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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Nantucket, Jan 29, 2017.
Lol. That’s not why
The “news” is the nyag is suing another crypto exchange not eth is a security because the nyag said so. Hth.
It’s almost like this is a new asset class that doesn’t exactly fall into any previous categories we’ve put things in… oh well I’m sure punting it overseas and having the rest of the world figure it out won’t have unintended consequences
I get that. I'm implying that user and the btc maxis act like bitcoin is different and is in its own asset class compared to the rest of crypto. The internet, however, continues to do silly things that provenly contradict that bitcoin is no different than the rest.
So if ETH is a security, for whatever reason, so is BTC.
What exactly is NYs beef with crypto though? GQ released an NFT with a disclaimer that you could purchase with a credit card unless you lived in New York.
Lmao at acting like Citron research is anything other than one idiot who publicly tries to roast his shorts to manipulate markets.
I'll take some $350 ETH.
If that price happens then the poster above is going to have plenty of drive-by posters laughing at the price of BTC as a result. So May.
Thanks for sharing a post with 230 followers who admitted in the very post to making a mistake on that math
amazingly these customers will get nearly if not all of their money back unlike every other crypto if you had money invested a year ago
So weird how btc talking heads called this
Lol. They might get nearly all of their money back! Wow what a win. Love depending on third parties to maybe get access to nearly all of my money.
Your point on crypto is nonsensical. This is unrelated to a one year price chart of assets or securities.
I understand the disconnect but it’s not at all unrelated in practical terms for so many reasons. Aren’t you always the one who chides people for showing up every time a crypto exchange or coin fails
Yes. Not your keys not your coins, etc. The reason that’s relevant to crypto is the exact same reason it’s relevant to all of the bank failure stuff this week.
So weird that BTC maxis are using this as their shining moment to showcase how different they are from the rest of crypto
Nah. You can self-custody eth and other shit too. Although eth still can’t be unstaked lol. But Btc is the only decentralized non-security in the entire crypto space.
Sorry, but now that there are NFTs on Bitcoin it has become a security.
Ha ya penguin has no clue why that’s an absurd and wrong thought.
Yea, no. I was referring to this tweet that you recently shared, in particular.
Most people that have a basic understanding of crypto are looking at Circle saying "this isn't decentralized".
The rest of the "people" don't seem to care about crypto at this time (see: the other thread here, for example).
If people really wanted a decentralized and permissionless financial/monetary network AND they wanted it to be crypto then it would be a 1:1 stablecoin.
And I'm not participating in the self-custody chat with you again
His fund was a victim of the ftx fraud. Wow you got me. Another utterly worthless post. Your record is undefeated.
He runs some unknown and obscure crypto asset company, and their Twitter account is 90% RTs from his own account. Who is this person? Why is it so newsworthy that you just dropped his post here without context?
And another worthless embedded tweet from you where you get upset and attack a poster who disagrees with you. Here, have a dose of your own medicine.
Please, continue to show this thread and TMB how "different" you bitcoin boys are acting right now. I'm sorry the rest of the world doesn't care, and the country we live in considers crypto to be under the same asset class. Amazon and Nasdaq love NFTs. So does Bitcoin. Proceed with your melty.
It actually is quite illuminating to compare the two situations to see the benefit of our current system versus the scam hellscape that is crypto.
He can attack me all he wants, I call him a dumbass psycho in other theeads
Word on the street the Bitcoin transaction is still awaiting confirmation. Lol, get it? Because the BTC network is SO SLOW! Wait, TMB isn't interested, just one person.
Pretty interesting though. Crypto should be able to "bail out" itself under the right circumstances.
I guess the proven record on the blockchain and the transparency behind it is what geeks me out about crypto instead of boasting about how I'm right and telling everyone to zoom out on the charts.
In crypto, the scams fail. In the US, they get central bank bailouts. Congrats I guess.
Hope you get some help.
Ahhh the "get some help" posts ITT. Classic.
I have never and will never care about nfts. I posted the tweet because I agree with his view. Who he is should have nothing to do with it, but it’s telling that 99% of the response to crypto tweets is to find something you dislike about the messenger. “Oh he lost his fund to ftx!! Idiot!” It’s all so pathetic really.
We know. You exhaustingly talk about BTC and lack self-awareness to the point that people created their own crypto group(s) about two years ago, Around the same time you bragged bout all the DMs you were receiving.
This is not Bitcoins "One Shining Moment". You aren't cutting down the net and celebrating anything.
There's a difference between reality and perception. Digital assets are digital assets. You keep acting like Bitcoin is SO different than everything else but the only thing that stands out is the manner in which you post.
Lol....no. Ordinals don't all of a sudden make btc a security. And as much as the broader crypto community (apparently yourself included) want to sweep everything under this umbrella of "digital assets are digital assets," there isn't a single US regulatory agency that has supported that position. As things stand, there is a commodity (btc), stablecoins, securities (vast majority of crypto), and NFTs. It's really not that complicated to follow, nor to understand why btc isn't a security.
Did I bring up Ordinals in my post?
This isn't complicated. You're right. You overcomplicate things and take most responses out of context.
I work in and follow the industry closely and don't just share something I read on Twitter. For example:
Be like Nasdaq and take the red pill!
These are your posts on the last 2 pages. And they show you have no clue how securities law works.
For the millionth time, I don't care about web3, nfts, or whatever Nasdaq is doing with "crypto." If you work in the space, great and good luck to you. Literally none of it interests me.
Ok Dbl, this isn't how conversations work. You're taking things from a separate conversation and bringing them up to make your argument. We've never seen that before.
You're going in circles again without providing any context. Your boring Twitter embeds don't interest me either, for the record. Too bad you can't be more open-minded and less of a stick and you'd possibly be able to use your vast knowledge of the space to buy more golden coins.
Never a doubt
he’s on the signature board so maybe a little impartial
Fair take. Didn’t know that.
Bitcoin having a day
Crypto in a nutshell.
1) Everything is indeed a conspiracy.
2) It's a scam (An account w/ more followers pretending to be Tom posted a scam USDC link and is a top reply)
lol. just saw this
Super stoked about this Arbitrum airdrop on March 23rd…got the max allocation, my only regret is not using more wallets
what is this and how did you get it?