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No doubt you have been hearing more about Cryptocurrencies – Bitcoin and Ethereum at least. You may have noticed Bitcoin and Ethereums huge gains and recent correction. Bitcoin was at $5000, then during halving around $7k-$10k, and recently at $41k. And it had a 26% correction/consolidation, as it was going up to fast. Partly due […]

So currently we are working on the short term 5G, sell-driving vehicles, AI/DL/ML, and electric vehicles.I have strong interest in Blockchain, financial privacy (I am tired of being taxed 5 times for every dollar and for even investments in Crypto). But also it provides a OpenBanking, OpenTrading. Crypto is not just ’coins’ the Blockchain is […]

I am writing this in part in response to a AMD comment (”AMD is mostly a gaming use”. Disclaimer, I work for Cray (a HPE company), my background is in genetics, but I have been doing HPC computing, clusters, etc. since 1989 and with Cray since 1991. Look at the Cray/HPE press releases (I am […]

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On Microblog: Cryptocurrencies - Bitcoin, Ethereum, Polkadot

It is not much different than the stock market. But with Coinbase, Kraken, Gemini you do NOT need to remember your keys. If you move off of the central exchanges you do need to keep track of your keys, the same way you need to keep track of a password [...]

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On What's Woods' "$20 Backdoor Bitcoin Trade?"

Yes, metamask is currently just for Ethereum. But you may want a hardware wallet, then just use metamask to point to your Hardware wallet address. [but maybe changing I know there was something with supporting Polkadot - https://twitter.com/plasm_network[...]

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On What's Woods' "$20 Backdoor Bitcoin Trade?"

Voyager also has a crypto token has been popular as is Yield and BlockFi for storing/buying crypto and getting interest on holding. Yes feel free to ask me about crypto. I have tried many features. Pancakeswap (cake) token I believe will be 'short live[...]

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On Microblog: Cryptocurrencies - Bitcoin, Ethereum, Polkadot

ENJ Enjin has been good. From about $0.13 in Jan 202q to over $2.00. Just make sure to take out your initial investment and some profits. We do expect a major drop eventually. And bumps on the way. So when it is up/e citing sell some, when it is down c[...]

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On Microblog: Cryptocurrencies - Bitcoin, Ethereum, Polkadot

Coingecko.com should show where you can get each coin. Kraken.com has DOT. REEF, POND are on Uniswap decentralized exchange. ICON(ICX) is on crypto.com app, kraken and binance.us. If you are out of the US most coins will be on binance.com.[...]

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On Microblog: Brownstone "Research"

I do not follow any of the 'futurists' or 'prediction' people. But we all predict. Future guessing we can all do, and if you publish enough you will have many correct 'predictions'. Similar to fortune tellers. You focus on the positives. I knew the[...]

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On Teeka's "The Investment of the Decade" -- Digging into "Genesis" and the "Three Must-Own Stocks that Will Power Blockchain’s 295,000% Revolution"

ARKK has some GBTC(Grayscale trust for bitcoin) ETHE(Grayscale trust for Ethereum). Beware of their new one for lite coin (LTC). As much as I have liked having GBTC so I could get exposure to Bitcoin in my 401k. I am not happy with the past premiums, th[...]

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On Teeka's "The Investment of the Decade" -- Digging into "Genesis" and the "Three Must-Own Stocks that Will Power Blockchain’s 295,000% Revolution"

Travis or others what do you think of Coinbase? Mine is just a feeling [no technical or knowledge] I have used coinbase since 2016. But I feel it is hyped and over priced from the start. Also I feel people will be moving away from these centralized ex[...]

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On Microblog: Cryptocurrencies - Bitcoin, Ethereum, Polkadot

The fees are high due SEC not allowing ETFs in 2017. The SEC really does harm to citizens a lot more than they or the public realizes. I think they may even mean well, but dramatically kill US residents opportunities, innovation. And avoid what should [...]

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On Microblog: Cryptocurrencies - Bitcoin, Ethereum, Polkadot

The two top ones, and the longest life/well tested are: 1. Trezor - Hardware wallet - just do not lose your keys/recover phrase 2. Ledger - Hardware wallet - just do not lose your keys/recover phrase * second now, the wallet was never hacked, but th[...]

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On Microblog: Cryptocurrencies - Bitcoin, Ethereum, Polkadot

... sorry I just found the edit..[...]

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On Microblog: Cryptocurrencies - Bitcoin, Ethereum, Polkadot

I thought I posted this.. But yes, I had not used matcha until you asked. It is a valid site so that is good, however, the gas fees are about the same or in my case were slightly higher than uniswap. It does look nice so a valid option. I am hoping w[...]

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On Microblog: Cryptocurrencies - Bitcoin, Ethereum, Polkadot

On those three exchanges. For lower marketcap: Enjin(ENJ) is NFTs and gaming. The Graph(GRT) is good. (And of course they have the main more solid leaders: Bitcoin, Ethereum and Chainlink - less risk and less major changes). Uniswap, Sushiswap, 1inch[...]

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On Microblog: Cryptocurrencies - Bitcoin, Ethereum, Polkadot

Look on coingecko, it lists where each coin is available. Many exchanges are not available to US residents due to US Gov actions. Polkadot is on Kraken.com. Ethereum (ERC20) based tokens are available on Uniswap also. Marlin(POND) is for example: http[...]

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On Microblog: Cryptocurrencies - Bitcoin, Ethereum, Polkadot

Oh on coinbase you are extermely limited on which tokens you can buy. Bitcoin, Ethereum, Chainlink(LINK) and The Graph(GRT) are the main ones there I would consider. You can send USDC or Ethreum to another exchange or decentralized wallet and you ca[...]

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On Microblog: Cryptocurrencies - Bitcoin, Ethereum, Polkadot

Just to be clear. Coinbase does not have 'gas fees' but just straight fees for Coinbase. Gas fees are based on network 'business' on ethereum especially [and a major pain right now]. Coinbase fees are more based on % of dollar amount of your transactio[...]

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On Microblog: Cryptocurrencies - Bitcoin, Ethereum, Polkadot

I thought this may be helpful to people. Michael Saylors interview with Stansberry Research. Michael is the CEO of Microstrategys and invested about $1 billion in Bitcoin. NOTE: Only bitcoin for him.. Bitcoin is a 'store of value' or 'digital gold[...]

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On Microblog: Cryptocurrencies - Bitcoin, Ethereum, Polkadot

Also PAID is releasing today January 20th also.. https://paidnetwork.com/ ; https://paidnetwork.medium.com/paid-networks-ido-will-take-place-on-polkastarter-january-20th-ffd974cd75b7[...]

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On Microblog: Cryptocurrencies - Bitcoin, Ethereum, Polkadot

We are just starting the alt-coin season. And most are likely to go up. Polkadot will likely continue to go up, along with many of the tokens in its ecosystem. Some of the coins are: Phala, ChainX, Polkastarter (POLS). Upcoming Polkadot ecosystem proje[...]

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On Microblog: Cryptocurrencies - Bitcoin, Ethereum, Polkadot

Biggest concern now seems to be ECB, out of fear. Note 'Christine Lagarde' is probably not the most reliable and should not be trusted. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-38369822 ; https://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/19/business/lagarde-imf-verdict-france[...]

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