Cryptocurrencies


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https://screenshots.firefox.com/OCcdgRxXzQv4vbr6/www.google.com

“Bubbles are mathmatically impossible in this new paradigm”.


#147

Hey look, they’re still trash.


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OK, so it’s not the actual Razer software used for customizing your mouse settings. It’s separate software that explicitly does this mining/rewards thing. It’s stupid, but it’s not evil. 100% opt in.


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There will only ever be 1488 wallcoins.


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This is either a scam or the most idiotically run financial operation of all time.


#155

Whynotbothgirl.gif


#156

As someone who suffers from Crohns, “death due to complications fron Crohn’s Disease” sounds like complete bullshit. He would have had to have died from something akin to toxic shock or massive internal bleeding, conditions which would not kill quickly or go unnoticed. Being isolated in India to build an orphanage sounds like a riduculous cover story. Same goes for a company trading tens of millions of dollars only having one dude be able to access customer passwords with no alternate recovery options.

What’s more concerning is that this made it to higher courts, which regardless of the outcome will legitimize cryptocurrency as a digital item worth value and for which legal protections apply.


#157

Why am I posting this here? Because…

Nvidia’s stock has plummeted from a high of $292 a share in September to $153 a share Wednesday as demand for its crypto-mining chips dried up.

#158

Man I am glad I dumped my Nvidia stock at the first sign of crypto currency taking a dive.


#159

The company also announced it would buy back 600 million yen ($5.5 billion) worth of its shares.

Kind of a big error lol


#160

However, there is some doubt.