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CptAurelius 30 points ago +30 / -0

It's really amazing.

He did not rape, murder, extort, or assault anyone ... but he's literally being persecuted politically by the system for daring to succesfully question its hegemony.

Meanwhile, if you assault police, or promote it, you are given tens of thousands if not millions.

What is happening to America ... ?

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krzyzowiec 18 points ago +18 / -0

What is amazing to me is the coordination. Is there a blacklist that is shared among the tech companies, or is it rabid lefty employees at each making the call independently but following the hivemind?

We are lucky to live in an age where solutions to the centralized financial system are being developed. Just in time for the oppression.

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Fluffy_Indigo 15 points ago +15 / -0

The internet turned into the exact thing many of us had hoped it was going to help us avoid. A centralized system of oppression.

The early internet was amazing and decentralized + didn't have all the normies on it hawking and screeching their bullshit 24/7.

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Bax101 19 points ago +20 / -1

Yea for real. Fuck Coinbase. I am going full Monero with my own wallet and cold storage harddrive.

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2scoops2genders 5 points ago +5 / -0

Is it possible to transfer current owned crypto into monero without paying transfer fees?

and how do you store it on a hard drive if you use an app?

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krzyzowiec 6 points ago +6 / -0

If your crypto is on an exchange then it depends on the exchange, but you will no doubt pay fees to take it out and store it yourself.

Storing it on a hard drive is easy. You create a wallet and then transfer your crypto to that new wallet. (paying whatever fee to the exchange) The important thing is that the wallet will have the new key you require to spend it.

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gbolcer 3 points ago +3 / -0

Coinbase and Robinhood don't let you transfer crypto in or out. You have to sell and then re-acquire through a private transaction.

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vegeta_ban 2 points ago +2 / -0

I withdraw my crypto from coinbase pro often

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krzyzowiec 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yeah depends on the exchange.

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Blumph 1 point ago +1 / -0

I move crypto out of coinbase to othervwallets regularly. Am a uk citizen though

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gbolcer 1 point ago +1 / -0

Sorry, yes. I confirmed you can move out of CB, but not RH. For CB, I can use my Atomic QR code, so it works.

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kernel 3 points ago +3 / -0

and how do you store it on a hard drive if you use an app?

eh, first dont use an "app", fuck Google and fuck Apple, don't be a phone slave!

And learn about the tech behind crypto so you understand what is actually going on.

In the end it's simple, if you have private keep you can sign transactions - that's all it's about - you dont store coins "in an app" or "on hardrive" the transactions/coins are recorded only on the blockchain and you just need to sign the transaction (you can, and should, do this completely offline) and then just broadcast the (public) transaction to other nodes.

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Torrvarpen 2 points ago +2 / -0

No matter what interface you use, app, site, hardware key or whatever your wallet is always just a key pair. Transaction fees is always gonna be there, those goes to the network miners. Bitcoin and Ethereum currently has pretty high fees while smaller coins and coins with better scaling such as Monero typically has lower fees, often low enough to be insignificant.

Paying no fees should be considered a warning flag, as that typically only happens when paying internally within a exchange, i.e a centralized wallet. That means your coins are likely stored in someone else's wallet which is extremely risky. Tho that's often the case on centralized exchanges.

To send coins way from your app, all you need is the public wallet key. Some wallets can also generate a QR code which you can scan with your phone app. Safest way to store on a computer would be to have a dedicated PC for the wallet, i.e an old machine where you install GNU+Linux, or just a virtual machine with GNU+Linux, avoid having the wallet on your day to day computer, and avoid running it on M$ Windows for security.

Last, and probably the most important advice, when storing coins locally, always have multiple backups. Encrypt a file containing your wallet seed (private key in easy to read format) and send it to friends you trust. Write it down on paper and hide it well. Analyze the threat situation, i.e:

  • How do you protect your keys if someone breaks into your home and steal your computer
  • How do you protect your keys if your computer crash
  • How do you protect your keys if your house burns down
  • How do you protect your keys if all of above happens at the same time, while IRS also knocks on the door with the police for some stupid crime you didn't commit but the deep state wanna set you up anyway. You manage to sneak out behind and drive away, lose the cops but now you have nothing but the clothes you're wearing and your car. How do you restore your wallet now...

So, all in all, be prepared, security first, don't rely on others and you'll be ready to hold your coins locally.

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Bax101 3 points ago +3 / -0

See its things like this that could very well happen. It's also why I buy silver that I can hold. Also with the collapse of our food chain coming I find myself not buying crypto or metals. I am buying food and water.

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Torrvarpen 2 points ago +2 / -0

Move to the forest, there's plenty of food available, and if you live rural enough there's always access to clean water. Remember, crypto and metals are just stores of value, you use them to buy ammo, water filters, canned food and that type of stuff, the rest you keep because they could be of value at some point in the future when society stabilize and the markets are opening again.

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Bax101 2 points ago +2 / -0

I have everything except a generator for my home. I also live in South Florida where it's not exactly a good thing to go into the "woods". I grow my own food where I can on my property. Unfortunately it's not easy to move again. I decided I will do what I gotta do where I am at.

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Donttreadonme16 1 point ago +1 / -0

Be aware that doing so is considered a "taxable event". How long have you held your currently owned crypto?

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Bax101 1 point ago +1 / -0

I use the website. I looked at all those apps and the reviews seem like it's not a good way to go.

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Donttreadonme16 1 point ago +1 / -0

BTC is still the way. But you should have never trusted Coinbase with your shit in the first place.

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NeoDragoon 10 points ago +10 / -0

You want more proof that Leftism is a religion? This is the same result as excommunication from the church in the dark ages.

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try4gain 9 points ago +9 / -0

it's about sending a message.

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BitcoinMaster 3 points ago +4 / -1

To who? Whats the message?

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try4gain 21 points ago +21 / -0

to who? everyone

what message? dont resist or we can make your life very bad / inconvenient

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What-Me-Worry 7 points ago +7 / -0

Colonel Wilhelm Klink sez: Wheir iz youz Pahperz?

Or just get your identification barcode tattoo.

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kernel 2 points ago +2 / -0

barcode? We live in modern world, QR code.

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krzyzowiec 6 points ago +6 / -0

This is why you don’t trust the exchanges. They are no different from the banks. If you don’t have it on you, you don’t own it.

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kernel 6 points ago +6 / -0

NOT YOUR KEYS NOT YOUR BITCOIN

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eagleheart585 4 points ago +5 / -1

Who is Nicholas Fuentes?

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AmericanJawa 2 points ago +2 / -0

What do you recommend as an alternative?

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Vsid [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

Kraken (quick verification, got DOGE & Monero) or Binance US ( slow verification, but a lot of options)

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CalmlyA 2 points ago +2 / -0

Any thoughts on moneybutton?

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n3IVI0 1 point ago +1 / -0

Gotta put my money into a safe I own in the form of physical gold and silver. Unbelievable. Where else can we stash money to prevent this kind of thing to us?

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8moreyears 1 point ago +1 / -0

This is probably some leftist rogue employee. The CEO is probably one of the most based in SF. His workers demanded him and the company become political and he told them he won't, his job is just to run a company and they can fuck off. Something like 80 of them left because of that.

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AmericanJawa 1 point ago +1 / -0

So how long are we supposed to wait for the situation to be fixed and the rogue employee to be identified and terminated?

It doesn't matter how based the CEO may or may not be if the company has rogue employees that are free to do this kind of thing without consequence.

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FortPhoenix -3 points ago +2 / -5

YeAh bUt mY amUrrRIca FirSt pOliTiCal SoLuTioNz

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TallestSkil -3 points ago +5 / -8

Imagine thinking that anyone will ever fight back against the ZOG.

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Pandas4Trump -3 points ago +2 / -5

(((Stupid Stormfaggot)))

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ConsiderThisBoot -4 points ago +2 / -6

America has made it clear that you are not welcome, Nick. Why stay?

Your values do not align.

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kernel 6 points ago +6 / -0

time to move to the a free country, like Russia ... no kidding, in Russia there are no mask mandates, no mandatory vaccines, no ubiquitous tracking and spying on citizen and, compared to US, no censorship.

how the tables have turned