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

    When irredeemable corruption shakes hands with irredeemable stupidity. Welcome to the digital green passport, where the COVID vaccinated get free access travel all throughout the EU, because you know, getting experimental gene altering toxins injected into your body is good for the environment

    Explains why IOTA’s price has been pumping a lot this past month though. Nazi inc using them to get their human cattle barcode stamps organised.

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    Digital Green Certificates: A decentralized and interoperable infrastructure Partnerships

    In the last few months, one discussion has been ongoing all over the world: what is the best way to allow people to travel again given the restrictions imposed by the current pandemic? And what is the best technology solution to support credentialing?

    Though some governments are still waiting to take a position, and others are analysing or testing the best solutions the market has to offer, the European Union (EU) Commission has set some requirements to drive this market in a newly-released proposal for the creation of a Digital Green Certificate. The aim is to facilitate the safe, free movement of citizens within the EU during the COVID-19 pandemic. Once deployed, the Digital Green Certificate will enable travellers within the EU to present a credential which validates that he or she has been vaccinated against, tested negative for, or recovered from COVID-19. This certificate will enable travellers to avoid the otherwise applicable quarantine restrictions and more freely move between EU Member States.

    Since the emergence of the COVID-19 virus in early 2020, the IOTA Foundation has been busy prototyping solutions that would allow people to prove they have tested negative in a trusted, secure and seamless way.

    In particular, the IOTA Foundation has been working with Zebra Technologies to accelerate the deployment and availability of an open, secure and interoperable infrastructure for certificates creation and verification.

    Our resulting approach is:

    Secure: The identity of issuers and holders and their verification status cannot be tampered with due to the immutability of the IOTA ledger.
    Respectful of privacy and GDPR compliant: Vaccination data is held locally in the certificate holder’s device and accessed only at time of verification. Any identifier is pseudonymised.
    Interoperable: Certificates are digitally issued as standard W3C verifiable credentials and follow recommendations from the Linux Foundation Public Health Working Group.
    Open: Any authorised issuer can write – and any verifier can read – certificate verification information from the ledger, only for verification purposes and directly, without a need of for third-party integration.
    Inclusive: The creation of Self-Sovereign Identities (SSIs) is free for everybody thanks to the feeless and permissionless nature of the IOTA ledger.
    The idea is simple and based on the immutability and scalability of the IOTA Ledger and its Decentralized Identity Protocol.



    How it works:

    Certificate issuers (centers which administer the test or vaccine) and holders (citizens being vaccinated) both have a self-sovereign identity (a unique pseudonymous key registered in the ledger). Issuers’ identities are validated in a one-time process by a central organization, such as a government agency.
    Holders’ identities are verified at the time of receiving a COVID-19 test, vaccination, or certificate of recovery through adequate “Know Your Customer” (KYC) validation – such as assigning a dedicated agent administering the vaccine to check an ID card. Once identities are verified, holders can then collect digital certificates containing either their vaccination, test or recovery information. The certificate is stored locally and can be either downloaded on the holder’s smartphone, loaded onto a uniquely identified physical card or printed on paper. Both digital and physical certificates will have either a barcode or QR code that can later be scanned by certificate verifiers, such as border agents.
    Together with a minimum set of legally required information (in our implementation we have already considered the EU eHealth Network recommendations), the certificate contains the holder’s identity (its verified pseudonymous public key), issuer identity, and issuer digital signature (generated using its private key). Certificates stored on cards and mobile phones can even be encrypted with the holder’s private key for additional security.
    A verifier (i.e., a border agent) can then scan the barcode or QR on the card or phone to retrieve and review the required information, including holder and issuer identities and the certificate signature. It then uses the IOTA ledger to verify that the signature is authentic and belongs to a verified issuer.
    While our considered data model for certificate information can be adapted to final EU needs, based on the above our infrastructure meets the following fundamental technical requirements:

    The “Digital Green Certificate” framework should ensure that these certificates can be issued in an interoperable format and be reliably verified when presented by the holder in other Member States, thereby facilitating free movement within the EU (cit.).

    And thanks to its user-centric nature, the framework we have outlined helps to ensure that:

    The personal data accessed pursuant to this paragraph shall not be retained (cit.).

    In fact no data is stored centrally or in the ledger, nor transferred, but only presented and verified locally.

    Together with Zebra, we have proven that physical cards with barcodes or QR codes can be used by those who don’t have access to mobile phones, making the certificate program accessible to all. This is important because an average of 20% of people in the EU do not have a smartphone and cannot store – and thus present – a passport digitally. This number rises up to 70% in less developed countries.

    This is also a good solution for those who are worried about losing or damaging a paper certificate, as this model allows for card replacement and a digital backup version. In addition, biometric cards, such as photo IDs, simplify and speed up automated secure verification processes, which will be important when the volume of travellers starts to rise again.

    Our solution is fully decentralized and allows for ease of integration and interoperability across EU Member States. However, to simplify and speed up the deployment of an initial solution, the EU recommends adaptation and re-use of the European Federation Gateway Services. Such Gateway was already deployed to pseudonymously share tracing information during cross-border travels.

    At this stage, our proposed approach is fully compatible with this recommendation (see the complementary workflow integrating the Gateway and represented with green dashed lines in the figure above). In fact, we believe that the process of registering to the Gateway can be used to streamline the verification process for issuers’ identities across EU Member States and before these are registered to the ledger. Integrating the proposed ledger infrastructure as Public Key Infrastructure and a way to verify a certificate’s integrity also offers a more redundant and reliable complementary mechanism in case of any scalability issue should the Gateway model be adopted initially. Keys for certificate verification are always available to verifiers, thus increasing interoperability across countries (outside EU).

    In the future, we expect that a fully decentralized infrastructure such as the one we have proposed will simplify integration, reduce costs and provide an adequate level of security and accountability, especially if it were to eventually be integrated with the evolving European Blockchain Service Infrastructure (EBSI).

    We also believe that decentralized identities will enhance interoperability, which is why we are supporting members of the Good Health Pass Collaborative and its joint initiative on Interoperability with the Trust over IP group.

    The IOTA Foundation and its partners believe that self-sovereign decentralized identities and verifiable credentials are the keystone for addressing the current emergency. We also believe that this innovation will allow Europe to respond to future emergencies in an agile way to better support citizens’ needs.

    We are collecting support from a number of industrial partners, and we are collaborating with top-class security research groups as well as standardization bodies like Object Management Group, to develop a decentralized identity framework that reduces the risks currently associated with traditional centralised identity systems, such as uncontrolled data disclosure, linkability and traceability.

    We are looking to further support from private and public sector organisations as we continue to build out this infrastructure. If you want to start the integration of your solution with this infrastructure or have developed a solution or tool that could facilitate other integrations, you can reach us at integrations@iota.org or on Discord.

    We look forward to the day when people have the opportunity to enjoy life without too many restrictions, and we are working hard to make it feasible to travel again or to participate in organized events.
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    Default Re: Cryptocurrency: which alt-coins are the globalist corporations backing and why?

    Quote Explains why IOTA’s price has been pumping a lot this past month though. Nazi inc using them to get their human cattle barcode stamps organised.
    bummer for me trying to invest in positive areas - I bought more last week.
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    Quote Posted by mountain_jim (here)
    Quote Explains why IOTA’s price has been pumping a lot this past month though. Nazi inc using them to get their human cattle barcode stamps organised.
    bummer for me trying to invest in positive areas - I bought more last week.
    Yeah I’ll be exchanging my IOTA for some MAIDsafe coins on changelly.com, in anticipation of Safenets mainnet launch. I’ll keep a few IOTA just incase EU green passport dictates become mandatory here in the U.K and having some is a necessity. I was always dubious about IOTA’s free fee transaction model. It did say in their website they’re basically harvesting data as payment.

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    Big news today for Tezos and Quantstamp, who are partnering up in a new mainnet addition to the Tezos ecosystem.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/Quantstam...65580450631685

    https://mobile.twitter.com/Quantstam...65584221347848

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    “Buy the rumour, sell the news”, or in Hbars case, buy while it’s still in a good buying range of 25-30cent and hodl for 5-10 years. Something big this way comes, as the former chief software architect for cdc.gov is working on a new big use for Hedera.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/jnasr/sta...04566930350087

    There’s a couple projects on Jim Nasr’s Acoer.com software company website. Hashlog and hashload. Hashlog is definitely a hedera hashgraph project as stated in this article. If hashload is utilising hedera as well—secure file storage and sharing (primarily aimed at the healthcare and pharmaceutical markets)—could be a huge market for hedera to tap into.

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    Good to see one of the big youtubers, George from crypto’sRus, start to gain more interest in the Hbar project. I’d heard him brush it off when he was asked about it a couple months ago. George always promotes long term hodling verses leverage trading as well, so a good audience for the Hedera team to be getting an interview with.



    https://mobile.twitter.com/MasonVers...52637828620288

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    This interview is good timing from the Hedera marketing department since they just announced their NFT auction project yesterday. Once this gets developed out more fully it could challenge the dominance of centralised goods marketplaces like Amazon and eBay a few years down the line.


    I also liked in the interview Mance’s thoughts on DeFi using the Hedera Token Service. Instead of using your Bitcoin as collateral to get loans in the future, you’ll be able to tokenise those one-of-a-kind, limited edition sneakers—or any other possession you own—and be able to put it up for collateral. Great way to gain extra liquidity for all the unused ‘stuff’ we have laying around the house.

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    EFTPOS announce they plan on using Hedera for their ambitious ‘Smart City’ and autonomous vehicle projects in Australia:

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    Eftpos reveals plans to power Australian smart cities with blockchain tech

    Eftpos revealed its plans to use distributed ledger technology to power smart cities and self-driving vehicles during the Australian Blockchain Week conference.

    Australia’s leading point-of-sale technology provider Eftpos Australia has revealed ambitious plans to roll out blockchain-powered autonomous vehicles and smart cities in Australia built using Hedera’s Hashgraph.

    Speaking on Tuesday as part of the Australian Blockchain Week, Robert Allen, deputy chair of Blockchain Australia and Eftpos’ entrepreneur in residence, discussed the firm's intention to use distributed ledger technology for advanced infrastructure, among other applications:
    “We're going to be looking at smart cities. [...] We're going to be looking at autonomous vehicles and things that we haven't even thought about yet. All of this needs new infrastructure, and Eftpos needs to be informed by that.”
    Eftpos chief investment officer Ben Tabell noted the significance of the firm’s DLT initiatives in partnership with Hedera, highlighting the firms’ efforts to combine digital identity and payments solutions in Australia.
    “This is a big part of our work and effort at the moment to bring in digital identity and transactions so that we can securely support payments and other transaction clubs in the Australian digital ecosystem,” he said.
    Eftpos Australia first announced a proof-of-concept for an Australian stablecoin using Hedera’s Hashgraph in July 2020. While the pilot focused on micropayments, such as real-time payments for streaming and pay-per-click content, Allen noted the trial laid the groundwork for more ambitious initiatives:
    “Hedera is the only next-generation network that will support those kinds of use cases. So, we wanted to test it, and it has operated beautifully. [...] Now, because we've got all this digital strategy, we are in a position where we can start looking at ways that problems can be solved in a way which is maybe nontraditional and more distributed.”
    In January, Eftpos became Hedera’s 17th governing council member and Australia’s first Hedera node operator.

    Hedera has been expanding its governing council recently, with Shinhan Bank joining earlier this month, French utility giant Electricite de France onboarding in March, and Standard Bank Group becoming the network’s first African node operator in February.
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    Cardano’s founder Charles Hoskinson with an insightful look into the upcoming regulations he expects will hit the crypto space in the next 6-12months. “Winter is coming” and we may see a sh*t coin apocalypse in the not too distant future.


    One of the reasons I’ve focused on Hbar and Algorand so much is because, with their strong fundamentals and government friendly focus, they’re all but ensured to overcome any regulatory hurdles with a place at the winners table. Looks like the trading app ‘Robinhood’ knows the score, I like how it mentions them both in the same paragraph:

    https://mobile.twitter.com/BarHBARia...99477505085441
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    Slightly off topic but Tone Vays is one of the biggest traders promoting Bitcoin as an unconfiscatable asset class, worth a follow:

    https://mobile.twitter.com/ToneVays/...99883379548161

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    Quote Posted by mountain_jim (here)
    So far I don't trade - been buying since last April when my wife got me to start watching the Keiser Report, and I bought Bitcoin for around $10k, then some more on way up to $34k. (hindsight wish I had bought more)

    Up so much on that BTC, but HODLing with crossed-fingers every day. The others I have much smaller amounts of, just to watch and learn.

    I bought the Voyager stock (VYGVF), was up 75% but it dropped alot on COIN IPO yesterday, and now down to only up 37%.

    Think that might be a good long-term hold, but it also has wide-swings for traders to play.

    (I have yet to sell any of my purchases in crypto)

    later: one reason I stay nervous with paper profits - many opinions like this, and who can really know at this point?

    Quote Source: Bloomberg

    Finally, we note that Bank of America released a new survey that found that the majority of professional investors are not very optimistic about the world’s largest cryptocurrency. Nearly 75% of respondents in the April Bank of America Fund Manager Survey said that they see Bitcoin (BTC) as a “bubble,” CNBC reported.
    on the other hand

    https://www.zerohedge.com/crypto/bre...6-billion-fund

    Quote We give Peters the last word:

    "The hostile pundits, of course, see manias in all things digital. But throughout human history, not a single bubble ever burst when virtually no one understood what was going on. Rather, that was when the fun had only just begun."

    Trade accordingly.
    ty Mt Jim!!

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    Some people do well in Bitcoin by selling their house, their car, everything they own. Check out the Bitcoin family YouTube channel, they’re travelling the world and doing extremely well. But yeah you’ve got to buy the dips at the bottom of the bear market and not FOMO in at the peak of the bull market as so many tend to do. As for Bitcoin not being tangible wealth, I’m sure the teenagers who bought Bitcoin in 2017 and are now driving around Dubai in Ferraris wearing diamonds, gold and ridiculously expensive watches make a good case to prove Bitcoin is more than just an intangible asset. (Most of the people I know who stayed in Bitcoin after the peak of the 2017 bull market are all buying houses now).



    https://twitter.com/sami_loyal/statu...01728333807616


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    Quote Posted by iota (here)
    thanks Jayke!! i appreciate the advice!! ... oh and what about COIN?

    i grabbed a couple of shares @ $360 so ... OF COURSE it dipped down to $310 ... against my better judgement (which we've already established, is just not that great right now) FOMO got me and i bought in again @ $312

    do you see that as good trading stock right now? or investment for the long haul? or should just stop for now ... sell all except GME tomorrow and and wait til the stars feel more aligned for me?
    Oh no, you got stung! The crypto traders seem to have a bit of a PR image issue, they get tarnished as being a bunch of geeks playing casino with funny, nerd money. I mean that’s the image I always had of them before getting into the space properly. The short time I’ve been involved though I’ve found some of the savviest, most experienced and most successful traders moved into the space years ago and have have been making absolute bank. They were warning about a Coinbase dump on its IPO day. Any stock that’s had pre-emptive investment before it opens to the public is almost garunteed to dump within the first few days.

    Coinbase should be pretty solid moving forward though imo. Not something I’d personally invest in. Just because I’m still stacking my Algorand bag at the minute. Plus I bought shares in a Bitcoin mining company in 2015 which paid out a daily dividend in Bitcoin. Seemed like a great idea at the time, but the minuscule amount of daily Bitcoin mined added up to maybe $2000 at today’s value. Whereas if I’d just bought Bitcoin directly back then, it’d be worth 10 times that by now. No doubt the same thing will happen with Coinbase and Bitcoin. By time $Coin reaches $1000 per share, I’ve no doubt the price of Bitcoin will be closer to $1,000,000.

    In the age of Saturn in Aquarius, the digital economy and financial infrastructure is moving to the cloud (Aquarius being a combination of air and water), Saturn will be in Aquarius for another 3 years, so on an archetypal level at least, we may not have much of a bear market during that time as institutional money continues to build out the cloud based ecosystem. Always plan for the bear market of course, which going off previous Bitcoin cycles is due to peak by this September.

    One of my favourite YouTube channels currently is ‘Conquering the markets’. This guy has a wealth of experience in both traditional stocks and digital assets. Great place to get started in Bitcoin economics.

    great advice! as always thank you so much for your very thorough explanation so even someone like me can understand! all i can say right now? is that it sure is a darned good thing that i hold other "talents" hahaha!

    will be keeping an eye on this thread for sure though ... thanks again ~ to everyone for the wealth of knowledge and input
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    New Privacy coin Pirate Chain (ARRR)
    https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/pirate-chain/
    free from globalist backing for sure!!! :-)

    Start at minute 57:30
    https://www.bitchute.com/video/rJjlbCZsgFZG/

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    Quote Posted by iota (here)
    great advice! as always thank you so much for your very thorough explanation so even someone like me can understand! all i can say right now? is that it sure is a darned good thing that i hold other "talents" hahaha!

    will be keeping an eye on this thread for sure though ... thanks again ~ to everyone for the wealth of knowledge and input
    Feel free to drop by any time Iota, always good to hear from you.

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    Quote Posted by Antagenet (here)
    New Privacy coin Pirate Chain (ARRR)
    https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/pirate-chain/
    free from globalist backing for sure!!! :-)

    Start at minute 57:30
    https://www.bitchute.com/video/rJjlbCZsgFZG/
    Oh man, that ones just gone 20x in a couple months. Wish you’d brought this one up at the start of the thread.

    Recently listed on changelly.com

    Looking at the Pirate chart, seems like it’s moving from base 3 to base 4 on the parabolic chart pattern. I’d like to see some consolidation between $8-10 before fomo’ing in. Do you have a price target you’re planning on holding it till?


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    Quote Explains why IOTA’s price has been pumping a lot this past month though. Nazi inc using them to get their human cattle barcode stamps organised.
    bummer for me trying to invest in positive areas - I bought more last week.
    I think we both commenced our 'Crypto' journey at the similar time-I bought into Bitcoin last March when it was at 11K and I have been supplementing my income with this throughout the year, I would liquidise 300 dollars and a week later the holding would 'catch up' and be at the same point. I wish I could have invested way more at that 11K point! Anyway, at the moment the doldrums have struck, I predict May and beyond will be an amazing journey, with June to December being spectacular! I also bought into Dogecoin, I must admit because Elon Musk was involved, but this also is performing very nicely.

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

    Algorand are changing their governance structure from centralised to decentralised in October 2021. Just like owning shares in a company, Algo holders who register to take part in the governance program will get to vote on the future direction of the blockchain. 1 vote for every Algo you register to take part in a weighted democracy style governance.

    For the first 3 months you’ll get the usual 6% rewards as well as an extra 7.7%-33% (depending on how many Algo are staked for governance), by 2022, the automatic 6% will be phased out and you’ll have to be involved as a governor to receive the new 7.7%-33%.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/RheoCrypt...51742836908040
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    https://mobile.twitter.com/HoldensIn...22573698650112

    People are blaming the latest Bitcoin dump on Biden proposing a 43% capital gains tax in the US. Although I was expecting something like this as we approached the Scorpio full moon—people stung and in tears as things plunge to the deepest depths of the psyche—the astrology has been a very useful cheat sheet this month. Some good TA on how low it might go from Forflies, who says a dip down to the 21 weekly moving average at the $42,000 dollar price range is likely, a healthy correction. Although I’ve started scaling small positions back in at $48,000 just incase, in anticipation of the Sun going conjunct with Uranus on my birthday, April 30th. What a solar return this year will be if Bitcoin rockets back up 100% after the dip.


    Once people wise up to Michael Saylors strategy of using Bitcoin for collateral loans to avoid capital gains tax, the FOMO into Bitcoin could get pretty extreme as people look for new ways to preserve their wealth.

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    Hbar price prediction from someone as close to the frontlines of the Hbar network as possible, Jordan Fried, former svp of business development at Hedera. Now founder of immutable holdings and cbdc.com, whose been selling institutional investors on the Hbar project and predicting $1-$3 by the end of the year.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/jordanfri...27390751510530
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    hey there .. didn't know if you all knew ...


    Dogecoin Core Developer Sporklin,
    'A True Shibe,' Dies Due To Cancer


    WEBull News reports:

    Dogecoin (DOGE) core developer Sporklin died on Saturday after a hard-fought battle with cancer, the cryptocurrency’s co-creator Billy Marcus announced. Her death comes just a couple of days after April 20 was observed as "Doge Day."

    What Happened: Calling Sporklin “a true shibe,” Marcus noted on Twitter that Sporklin devoted the last seven years of her life to Dogecoin in every way.

    “She will be greatly missed. RIP,” Marcus said.


    if tweet does not show up, see here:
    https://twitter.com/BillyM2k/status/1386371134640201735

    Dogecoin is based on the popular “Doge” Internet meme and emerged in 2013 as a parody of the frenzy surrounding some of the digital assets. The cryptocurrency was created by Billy Markus and Jackson Palmer.

    Sporklin was one of the people to have stuck the longest and hold the line of development of the Shiba Inu-themed cryptocurrency. She left the Dogecoin project in February this year over disagreement on the direction the project was headed in and also apparently due to personal health reasons.

    In March, Sporklin posted a note, read here, saying she no longer had any association or ties to the Dogecoin Project or the Dogecoin Core Developers and that the time had come for her “to step away.”

    Due to changes in “expectations, desires and motivations” over the years, Sporklin said she felt she could no longer fit in a group in a manner that aligned with their shifting ideals."




    “Developmental groups in crypto are loosely based on agreed ideals, desires or directions. When this fractures there is friction in ways that become unproductive and unhealthy,” Sporklin had noted.

    She also said her health needed to take priority.

    Why It Matters: The hard work put in by Sporklin to develop Dogecoin has borne fruit. Dogecoin has come a long way from its obscure beginning to grab the mainstream spotlight this year.

    The meme cryptocurrency, which has now emerged as retail investors’ darling, started to attract attention earlier this year around the time of the Reddit-community-fueled GameStop Corp. (NYSE:GME) short squeeze.

    The Shiba Inu-themed cryptocurrency skyrocketed to hit an all-time high of $0.4377 on April 16, lifted by social media buzz. Retail investors were hoping to push Dogecoin past $1 on Doge Day but didn't find success. Incidentally, 4/20 has been celebrated as a day to promote marijuana consumption.

    Dogecoin is now the seventh-largest cryptocurrency by market cap, as per CoinMarketCap data. However, the altcoin has retreated significantly from the all-time high hit two weeks ago, trading 3.9% lower over 24 hours at $0.2659 at press time."

    articles here:
    https://pub.webull.com/us/news-html/...3.html?theme=1


    https://www.benzinga.com/markets/cry...-due-to-cancer

    some commentaries:

    Quote I thought I'd take a moment to share the sad news. Our Sporklin has passed on. She leaves behind a legacy of all the people she helped, the code she wrote, the messes she cleaned up. She was an incredible person and she will be dearly missed.

    Sporklin, we love you and we won't forget you. o7


    Quote She'd smack us for thinking about it. (She never liked a financial fuss being made over her, to the point where she forced Bill to ban her from receiving tips from his tip/soak bot yeaaaars ago).

    God it's weird to use past tense here. Oof.

    Anyways, I think the team (the Doge Discord team, I mean) are in touch with her family so we'll likely find out their wishes. I don't think any public donations will ever be solicited but some people may choose to do that privately.

    Sporklin would prefer you spend it on the vice of your choosing instead of making a fuss over her, imo. I just wish she was here to tell us what she'd actually want.


    Quote For those of you who didn't know Sporklin, she was a community leader who was extremely active for a long time, and also a Dogecoin developer extraordinaire. She helped keep people in line, but above all else she wowed us with her humour, her brightness and even her eccentricity.

    It's safe to say that without Sporklin's help Doge wouldn't be where it is today. She helped potentially hundreds of people understand dogecoin and other cryptos, and in the last 10 minutes alone some 5 people have said she's the reason they're still in Dogecoin or the reason they got into it in the first place.

    It is with a heavy heart that I share this news, but know that she would want you to be happy and remember her for the bright and happy person she was.

    RIP.
    may she rest in peace and may peace engulf all who loved her
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    betrayal of Self, is betrayal nonetheless and betrayal of the HIGHEST kind ...

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    Quote Posted by Jayke (here)
    Quote Posted by Antagenet (here)
    New Privacy coin Pirate Chain (ARRR)
    https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/pirate-chain/
    free from globalist backing for sure!!! :-)

    Start at minute 57:30
    https://www.bitchute.com/video/rJjlbCZsgFZG/
    Oh man, that ones just gone 20x in a couple months. Wish you’d brought this one up at the start of the thread.

    Recently listed on changelly.com

    Looking at the Pirate chart, seems like it’s moving from base 3 to base 4 on the parabolic chart pattern. I’d like to see some consolidation between $8-10 before fomo’ing in. Do you have a price target you’re planning on holding it till?

    Pirate chain blew past base 4 way too quick for my liking, but it’s now hitting all the right retracement targets. Time to add a small bag to the portfolio. If it breaks the trend line the next target for the 1.618 fib extension is $32.



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    Bitcoin dominance dropping. Total crypto market cap rising. Lots of speculative fun to be had as the alts are reaching good buy zones for a new alt coin season.

    Crypto banter with some altcoin set ups that are looking like they’ll soon explode, along with Technical Analysis strategies on how to find good coins of your own in the charts for trading:


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    Some of the best speculative investments seem to be had in the ICO stages. CoinList seems to be one of the best launchpads for a lot of legit projects.

    https://coinlist.co/

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    A 2021 decentralisation report from Hedera showing the cryptocurrency industry is still very much in the ‘innovator’/‘early adopter’ phase of emerging markets. It mentions in the report that total cryptocurrency market cap is predicted to be at $6.7 trillion by 2023.

    That’s in-line with the World Economic Forum prediction that 10% of global GDP will be on digital blockchains by 2025. $2 trillion year on year growth for the industry over the next 4 years.

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    I put out a psychic message to Rothschild, "I will lay odds that Rothschild is behind crypto currencies." I got back a mental picture of his face and a surprised mental reaction from that person.

    Money, either in your hands or being held by a place you can trust to give it back to youand which others will accept at value in exchange for a transaction which they can do likewise with is the only thing that works. The Key is "Who or what controls that process and can you trust them. The present set of Goons are into THEFT (INFLATION). This is made much simpler by the mysterious computers and WHO really owns and controls them. THEY have turned, by conspiracy, all the ill-gotten gains into corporations which own everything we have been suckered into depending on, using all the nefarious methods we all know of. So who do you think will own ALL these Bit Coins, etc.? Only the new elements will make theft that much easier.

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    Quote Posted by amor (here)
    I put out a psychic message to Rothschild, "I will lay odds that Rothschild is behind crypto currencies." I got back a mental picture of his face and a surprised mental reaction from that person.

    Money, either in your hands or being held by a place you can trust to give it back to youand which others will accept at value in exchange for a transaction which they can do likewise with is the only thing that works. The Key is "Who or what controls that process and can you trust them. The present set of Goons are into THEFT (INFLATION). This is made much simpler by the mysterious computers and WHO really owns and controls them. THEY have turned, by conspiracy, all the ill-gotten gains into corporations which own everything we have been suckered into depending on, using all the nefarious methods we all know of. So who do you think will own ALL these Bit Coins, etc.? Only the new elements will make theft that much easier.
    Seems like a damned if you do, damned if you don’t situation for some people. For others, owning and using Bitcoin is financial freedom and a slice of paradise. I guess it’s all just a matter of perspective.

    I used to believe the narrative Catherine Austin Fitts and Joseph Farrell put out about Bitcoin—that it was a CERN/Rothschild operation to track every financial transaction in meticulous detail for the purpose of power and control—but after actually doing the research myself and taking a deep dive into the cryptocurrency community. I can safely say CAF and JF were just as clueless about Bitcoin as everyone else and were just projecting their own worst fears and suspicions onto a phenomenon they hadn’t taken the time to understand properly. If I’d ignored their ‘advice’ and continued accumulating Bitcoin back in 2015, instead of being scared away by whispers of conspiracy theory, I’d be living like a king in Bequia by now. But alas, I listened to their fears and sold my Bitcoin at the peak of the last bull market for gold coins. In hindsight and from personal experience, which one offers more financial freedom, gold or Bitcoin?

    Maybe the only reason the goons own most of the Bitcoin now is because us mere peons were scared off from accumulating early on by ghost stories. I’m not making that mistake again as the next generation cryptocurrencies come onto the scene. Hence the purpose of this thread.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/DavosCryp...55392012943362

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    Max Keiser, who (through his and Stacy's show that my wife begged me to watch) got me to buy some BTC last year with an account I had failed to complete to open 3 years earlier.

    His public, multi-decade stand against the financial oligarchs fighting metals price manipulation and then via BTC is the antithesis of buying into Rothschild central control.

    https://twitter.com/maxkeiser/status...667933696?s=20

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    Quote Posted by mountain_jim (here)
    Max Keiser, who (through his and Stacy's show that my wife begged me to watch) got me to buy some BTC last year with an account I had failed to complete to open 3 years earlier.

    His public, multi-decade stand against the financial oligarchs fighting metals price manipulation and then via BTC is the antithesis of buying into Rothschild central control.

    https://twitter.com/maxkeiser/status...37226667933696
    My brother was begging my dad to put some of his retirement money into Bitcoin back in 2011. As you can imagine, my dad is thoroughly kicking himself for not getting involved when he had the chance. Although, even in 2015 buying Bitcoin was a clumsy, hassle of a process. 2011 it was still in very dubious waters so I can understand why he didn’t go for it.

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    Algorand Europe Accelerator day demos start soon. 11 projects building on the Algorand network. Really like the look of Algolend, collateral loans for any Algorand Standard Assets (ASA’s) on the Algorand blockchain.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/NassimOli...39324582608896


    Algorand CEO Steve Kokinos also talking at the OMFIF Dmi symposium today.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/Algorand/...44585259044864


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    Alexander Trefanos is also building an Algo dex, where every Algorand Standard Asset can be traded in Algo pairs. Website will be www.algodex.com

    https://twitter.com/a3voices/status/1387740905000611849
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