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Does anyone know an crypto exchange where you can use a US dollar (American bank) card to deposit?

Binance say you can do it at the cost of a couple of percent, which is OK for the amount I'm thinking of. But then they wouldn't allow my foreign account to use a US bank card.

Coinbase - forget it. (Non US exchange does not mix with US bank card)

Kraken - didn't work. (Non US exchange does not mix with US bank card)

Anything else?

I found that moonpay.com say they will do it - for 4.25%
 
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The in house coin of Crypto.com "CRO" is taking off. Crypto.com just started an advertising campaign featuring Matt Damon. They give you incentives to lock up their coin for long periods, such as a 3% cash back debit card.

You need it for the 4 billion % APY chronoswap farm I linked above. That is how I noticed the price jump.

21-11-18 CRO chart.png
 

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Can someone help me understand what crypto is, or point me to a direction where I can do some reading on the subject.
Primarily I want to know how all those kilobites on your computer, 1s and 0s are creating wealth.
What is mining? You get a powerful computer and let it compute some kind of algorithms, to do what? Are these algorithms that you computed get send to some high tech potato farm where robots look after the spuds and need all this extra processing power from incels around the world?
Why is its value going up and down constantly. Who decides what its worth, ie how many bags of spuds can I buy with 1 bitcoin.

welp. lol.
p.s. I hope it doesn't sound that I'm defending the jewish fiat money scam.
Like the others said, it is best for you to watch a few basic, introductory videos, on YouTube. This fellow here has made a name for himself explaining blockchain and crypto in simple terms, so I recommend you browse his channel: Please Explain Bitcoin to My Mother! [A non-technical explanation of bitcoin anyone can understand]

If you are serious about getting the crypto I advise you purchase a wallet and figure out how to buy and sell and transfer the crypto. Set a budget that you don't care if you lose all your money (you won't lose any of it - unless you get into the speculation game, which is a different animal). Also our own Master Chief Anglin published a a most excellent primer: The Complete Retard's Guide to Bitcoin, and you can find on this website.
 

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Saw a funny tweet about the opportunity to get 30% apy in crypto. People not in crypto ignored it because they didn't believe it, people in crypto ignored it because it's only 30%.

There is an enormous opportunity right now over the coming months/years to make life changing amounts of money investing in the right coins. Important time to get involved as they are taking a giant jewish shit on fiat.
 

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Monero is being delisted from more exchanges. They really don't want you to have any privacy.

This is an old story. But it happened again recently. I was wondering why it dropped so hard during this current crypto turbulence.


There are some other privacy projects. Some involve Defi. All of us should be familiar with Defi for when they abolish us all from banking.

 

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Can we learn anything from which cryptos have shown strength or weakness in this market?

LTC has been shitty, losing a lot of value. I use LTC for moving money around.

Ditty Monero - the establishment want Monero to die to stop people having privacy.

For the protocol coins:
Matic isn't that strong
ADA has dropped a bit
CRO has shot up, following an advertising campaign
AVAX has gone through the roof
Polkadot (DOT) has stayed strong
BNB keeps going up (Binance token)
 

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Anyone have any recomendations for Crypto Charts, so I can see the rise and fall of prices live?

I'm currently using cryptocurrencychart. If anyone has anything better, let a snow-nigga know.
 

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Stone Toss made a coin, and got a quick two million! Article is not too bad for being Know Your Meme, a site that is becoming increasingly gay and tryhard but which is sometimes forced to inadvertently leak wrongthink into its content. Check out the big brain comments as well.


edit: sorry itโ€™s not a coin, itโ€™s NFT of his flurks, forgive my ineptitude
 
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How elites are going after Crypto, pushing digital ID, and using diplomatic immunity to avoid the law and Covid regulations.

 

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Cardano drops as eToro stops users opening new positions, citing the new Jew infrastructure bill. I don't know why Cardano is being singled out.


The firm cited regulatory concerns in the U.S. as the reason for this decision. The regulatory pressure on crypto exchanges, as well as investors, is increasing after the approval of the infrastructure bill by President Biden which contained tough reporting provisions for brokers, a term that critics said was ambiguously defined.
 

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It suddenly occurred to me that some private keys could coincidentally be weak, like keys where the secret phrase was coincidentally a sentence, or simple numbers or famous primes or whatever. Hackers have already identified and raided weak private keys. We should probably be looking at our private keys and looking to see if they are weak.


LAST SUMMER, ADRIAN Bednarek was mulling over ways to steal the cryptocurrency Ethereum. He's a security consultant; at the time, he was working for a client in the theft-plagued cryptocurrency industry. Bednarek had been drawn to Ethereum, in particular, because of its notorious complexity and the potential security vulnerabilities those moving parts might create. But he started instead with the simplest of questions: What if an Ethereum owner stored their digital money with a private keyโ€”the unguessable, 78-digit string of numbers that protects the currency stashed at a certain addressโ€”that had a value of 1?
 

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It suddenly occurred to me that some private keys could coincidentally be weak, like keys where the secret phrase was coincidentally a sentence, or simple numbers or famous primes or whatever. Hackers have already identified and raided weak private keys. We should probably be looking at our private keys and looking to see if they are weak.
I don't think that's likely enough to happen by coincidence to be worth worrying about. To quote the article:
But as he looked at the Ethereum blockchain, Bednarek could see evidence that some people had stored ether at vastly simpler, more easily guessable keys. The mistake was probably the result, he says, of Ethereum wallets that cut off keys at just a fraction of their intended length due to coding errors, or let inexperienced users choose their own keys, or even that included malicious code, corrupting the randomization process to make keys easy to guess for the wallet's developer.
By all means, make sure you're not using some shady or bug-riddled wallet.
 

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I don't think that's likely enough to happen by coincidence to be worth worrying about. To quote the article:

By all means, make sure you're not using some shady or bug-riddled wallet.
Check the block chain for any previous transactions for your new wallet.
 

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Does anyone know an crypto exchange where you can use a US dollar (American bank) card to deposit?

Binance say you can do it at the cost of a couple of percent, which is OK for the amount I'm thinking of. But then they wouldn't allow my foreign account to use a US bank card.

Coinbase - forget it. (Non US exchange does not mix with US bank card)

Kraken - didn't work. (Non US exchange does not mix with US bank card)

Anything else?

I found that moonpay.com say they will do it - for 4.25%
I just recently got into Crypto and everything Ive done is through Metamask and Trustwallet which allows me to play in the Binance Smart Chain arena. Moonpay took $ from debit no problem.
 

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Blackpill/whitepill/redpill me on staking.
 

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play in the Binance Smart Chain arena.
I get spam joined to various Telegram groups promoting Binance arbitrage deals. It sorta sounds legit, but I don't think I quite understand what they're upto. I get the impression it involves some sort of promotion by Binance? Here's the info from the "Talk & Share", "Smart Chain BSC_2021", "Smart Contract", "BNB Exchange Office" Telegram groups.

Binance coin(BNB) Arbitrage Tutorial

1: Register on Binance https://www.binance.com/ or https://www.binance.us/
2: Enter the amount of BTC or ETH you want to purchase. Confirm your order, Enter your billing information.
3: Select โ€œWalletโ€ - โ€œFiat and Spotโ€, Click โ€œWithdrawโ€, and copy paste your Atomic walletโ€™s BTC or ETH address. Send BTC or ETH to your wallet.
4: Open the Atomic wallet and then Filtersโ†’Show allโ†’Hide zero balancesโ†’APPlY to complete the addition of BNB. Then send ETH to Binance official smart contract ERC20 ETH address. Or send BTC to Binance official smart contract BTC address.
You will receive BNB in about 30 minutes: (including the original value + ~12% ETH increase in value)
5: Send your BNB to Binance Exchange for trading or selling.
Please note: It only takes 10-30 minutes for the system to automatically recognise and return BNB to your wallet, where the amount of BNB contains 12-20% of your principal and profit.

Let's briefly summarize the process of the arbitrage:

[Buy BTC or ETH] โ†’ [Send to Atomic Wallet] โ†’ [Deposit to smart contract] โ†’ [Receive BNB in Atomic] โ†’ [Send BNB to Binance] โ†’ [Trade BNB for BTC or ETH] โ†’ [Withdraw BTC or ETH to Atomic] โ†’ [One more round of arbitrage]
What are we missing here?
 

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Blackpill/whitepill/redpill me on staking.
They can do a rug pull using a smart contract to empty all the pools and fuck off. You want to know about the team and the project before making a decision. One group got audited. The audit had a caveat that there was a smart contract they could not see. That was the contract which did the rug.

I watch this Italian fella every day now. He covers the various projects.


I get spam joined to various Telegram groups promoting Binance arbitrage deals. It sorta sounds legit, but I don't think I quite understand what they're upto. I get the impression it involves some sort of promotion by Binance? Here's the info from the "Talk & Share", "Smart Chain BSC_2021", "Smart Contract", "BNB Exchange Office" Telegram groups.
Scam. Stick with the platforms that are at least reviewed and have a web site. Any dot head can set up a telegram.
 
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I just recently got into Crypto and everything Ive done is through Metamask and Trustwallet which allows me to play in the Binance Smart Chain arena. Moonpay took $ from debit no problem.
That is fine. But Moonpay take 4.4% in all. It is cheaper to deposit your wonga in a "normal" crypto place and then use a coin, like litecoin, which is really cheap for transfers to other crypto places if you need to move money about.
 
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