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alltheleavesarebrown 1 point ago +2 / -1

Right. Any intel agency can inspect the blockchain transaction record at any time.

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FetAnka 1 point ago +1 / -0

That's of no use since they don't know who owns a certain wallet. You think twice if you want to be anonymous online. It's really not more complicated than covering your face if you're gonna rob a bank to avoid getting caught by security cameras.

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alltheleavesarebrown -1 points ago +2 / -3

Face masks?

They can id people by gait and heartbeat. There is no way to anon online short of a burner phone which will immediately attract attention.

Are you arguing wittingly or unwittingly against transacting with pieces of paper?

Or silver. Gold. Bullets. Meat...

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FetAnka 1 point ago +1 / -0

Are you arguing wittingly or unwittingly against transacting with pieces of paper? Or silver. Gold. Bullets. Meat...

Nope, the day shit hit's the fan that might be the only option. Today however they'd just laugh at you if you show up with cash, gold or silver can easily be fake, bullets and meat have no value in libtard cities. Perhaps the local farmers market will accept bullets but that's it.

Here in cashless hell, crypto is the only thing that makes sense as scummy banks is the only digital alternative. If you gonna pass a no go zone at night why walk through with your pants down while shouting you have "nothing to hide"? Shut up, dress in black and carry a gun and chances are way lower that someone tries to fuck you over.

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alltheleavesarebrown 0 points ago +1 / -1

Crypto is run by the banks. Logic. Nothing gets this popular unless power allows it.

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FetAnka 1 point ago +1 / -0

That's not logic, that's retarded. Like thinking the government could somehow remotely control a piece of gun you've assembled by yourself. The only thing they control is your mind through endless propaganda and fear.

These people are not Gods, they're just rich people who owns the media and knows exactly how to dumb you down enough to not ask questions or learn about the stuff they literally can't control.

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alltheleavesarebrown 0 points ago +1 / -1

Right. Many dont want every one of their transactions to be public.

Try getting a crypto account without kyc.

Please:

Link us to a crypto site that accepts gift cards to open and deposit without kyc.

And provides an anon atm card for cash withdrawls.

And I know crypto people too. Insiders trying to figure out which coin will be blessed by the bankers.

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dukey 0 points ago +1 / -1

Banks and institutional investors are heavily invested in crypto. Thanks to 0% rates they almost unlimited ammo to buy it. Cnbc and the financial media advertise bitcoin and others non stop. The mania is just a function of qe and ultra low rates that is blowing bubbles everywhere. But the market is controlled by the whales.

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dukey 0 points ago +2 / -2

Crypto barely even works as currency. It's simply too volatile. Look at bitcoin, down 5% today. But it's perfect for gambling and speculative investments

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FetAnka 1 point ago +1 / -0

It goes up and it goes down, meanwhile the dollar only goes down. All volatility is artificially created to keep you scared enough to hold on to your soon to be worthless Biden bucks.

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Blackbeans 2 points ago +2 / -0

Xrp has a deal with banks to replace Swift and the price is suppressed. That's all I got.

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ShillSlayer 2 points ago +3 / -1

Elmer Fud

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Bobb1 0 points ago +3 / -3

Crypto is the ultimate fiat. Totally backed by bullshit and hype.

It’ll come crashing spectacularly like dot com did.

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Bobb1 1 point ago +2 / -1

Jokes on you if you think it can’t be confiscated.

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Bobb1 1 point ago +1 / -0

Rofl. Ahhh insults are the go to of the incompetent.

If you don’t know how, you’ll need the thousand.

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FetAnka -1 points ago +1 / -2

Prove it, here's fiat for you:

  1. You take your car (gold) to me (the bank) and get a slip of paper with the text "one car" on it that grants you usage access to your car (withdraw at any time).
  2. You come back later and your car is not at the bank, this because I sold another slip of paper with the text "one car" that grants someone else access to your car
  3. You accept this terrible deal and goes back home, over the years more and more people get their own slip of paper and thereby a share of your car
  4. You come back one day to use your car during a few hours time frame, and the real physical car is gone
  5. Your paper is now digital on one single centralized server in my basement, the server has bad uptime and transactions takes days, you're being monitored and reported to the police for "suspicious transactions", and could even get your car currency locked.
  6. Few years later, your allowance of time is now only 6 minutes as thousands of people now own shares in your car, that doesn't even exist.

Now, modern time. Someone makes a DIY car that's easy to build out of shit you find in your garage and will eventually be better than your original car. But you say no because you think it's the same sort of scam as the one you choose to stay in.

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Bobb1 1 point ago +2 / -1

Poor analogy.

Time will tell.