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The Fed targets 2% price inflation, but anyone paying attention to their monthly budget knows their expenses are increasing much more than 2%. Bitcoin targets a diminishing inflation schedule capped at 21 million bitcoins and anyone can verify it’s on target.
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The exact image I uploaded on r/bitcoin received 30 upvotes and caused a little giggle. Now, I got a year ban. Lovely to see that r/bitcoin is in fact a bunch of sensitive little soyboys who can't handle a joke and practice hardcore censorship. Maybe you guys can get a laugh.
Hypothetical. I want to send funds to the Kurdish republic of Rojava in Syria to support them during this crisis of theirs, the only way I can do this is through bitcoin (or other crypto).
So what the title says. Lets say I want to support Rojava because they are one of the few bastions in Syria which is actually secular, liberal and democratic. I've done so regularly in the past through traditional channels (which has cost a lot of money in fees) and it has worked well. So this was allowed through traditional means untill Turkey, under americas allowance, invaded their terroritory and forced Rojava to align itself with the syrian government/former government in order to be able to defend themselves against the Turkey army that consider them to be terrorists because they happen to be kurds that have regional autonomy and means to defend themselves. (this is btw after america gave Rojava their guarantee that america would defend the kurds against Turkey if it came to that, in exchange for Rojava dismantling their turkey-facing defensive structures) From now on, depending on your domiciled country, many westerners can no longer financially support Rojava because of an ocean or reasons. For some its that you're not allowed to financially support states that are in armed conflict with an ally (Turkey is in NATO), for others its that you're not allowed to financially support organisations that cooperate with Assad (nevermind that it was america that put them in the position that they had to), and there is a host of others. Now how can I support Rojava in any other way than through bitcoin/other crypto? I've looked it up, it does indeed work and they have bitcoin addresses one can donate too. (as I understand it they even have specified addresses if you want to donate to some specific section, like if you specifically want to support child healthcare) Now could you please tell me of another comparable or better way to donate to this cause, other than through crypto? I cant wire it or in any way use banking, its simply not possible due to regs. I cant send money in the mail because mail delivery over that distance and into syrian territory is spotty at best and if the letter is taken by another group then I've inadvertedly supported what is likely a islamic fundamentalist militia. I also know crypto fees is a big joke in here but the fees to send letters to syria dwarf any crypto transaction fee. (not to mention the fucking headache, I struggle sending packages to the next country over, cant even begin to consider everything that I'll need to do to send something to Syria) Please let me know how I'm wrong in that this is the best and potentially only way of doing this. Further let me know how crypto still doesnt have a use case if you agree that I'm right on this. (Hey mister FBI-guy, if you're reading this I just want it clear that I'm making a hypothetical here. I wouldnt send a cent to godless socialists in the middle east, I'm just a normal american that watches football and boo at the blacks when they kneel, not an ounce of unamerican-ness in my body)
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r/Bitcoin'er asks "Can someone explain these price drops? It happens with bitcoin too. I set a stop loss for £12.75, and this sudden drop and bounce caused the sell to occur then price rises back to its stable level. This has shot me in the foot a few times to me now"
Can someone explain these price drops? It happens with bitcoin too. I set a stop loss for £12.75, and this sudden drop and bounce caused the sell to occur then price rises back to its stable level. This has shot me in the foot a few times to me now
Don't know anything about Bitcoin, but my friend wants me to register Coinlist with my ID card so she can use it to invest using her own money
she told me that Coinlist has a limited amount in which you can invest, so she needs other people's accounts so she can invest more. In order to register an account I had to upload my ID, and she will login to my account and change it to her email so she can invest in it, but under MY identity. Am I the only one who thinks this sounds super fishy???? And does anyone know if Coinlist actually has a limit? Please help
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