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Brecel made a good impression

Natural talent that guy
Hope he will practice more and not letting his talent go wasted

He’s like only playing 15 minutes a day or something… hope he will put more effort in his talent
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I bought my first funded filled "physical Bitcoin"! I was happily surprised to find chocolate Bitcoin at budget store Action.

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I like how Bitcoin awareness is slowly spreading.

Wow... please tell me you are going HODL? Right?

 The only way to hodl that sort of thing is around the midsection which is not recommended by 4 out of 5 family doctors.
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I seems like every time I post, the board double posts it!   wtf?

edit: except for this one.  Maybe it has something to do with the way images are handled?
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I seems like every time I post, the board double posts it!   wtf?

edit: except for this one.  Maybe it has something to do with the way images are handled?

Quite often I've seen it take ages to post something, so I think it isn't working, then I try to refresh and it turns out it did post the previous post anyway so indeed in those cases it always seems to end up in a double posting.
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I seems like every time I post, the board double posts it!   wtf?

edit: except for this one.  Maybe it has something to do with the way images are handled?

Quite often I've seen it take ages to post something, so I think it isn't working, then I try to refresh and it turns out it did post the previous post anyway so indeed in those cases it always seems to end up in a double posting.

This does happen a lot.
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I seems like every time I post, the board double posts it!   wtf?

edit: except for this one.  Maybe it has something to do with the way images are handled?

Quite often I've seen it take ages to post something, so I think it isn't working, then I try to refresh and it turns out it did post the previous post anyway so indeed in those cases it always seems to end up in a double posting.

This does happen a lot.

 It does seem like the posts that take a while are the ones that end up double.  I don't hit refresh though.
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In my country banks don't pay anything on deposits. I'm not sure why but it's like that. They will direct you to put money in various instruments, some are very common, government backed, but you can't put more than less than 1BTC at current prices. After that we're talking life insurance, bonds stocks etc.

But in the US banks pay something, and I was seeing that JPMorgan made tons of money lately, because they hiked the rates of mortgages like crazy, but increased the rates they pay on deposits to something ridiculous like 0.3%. If I was a customer I would be angry...

It is often difficult to explain to the older generation how much they lose when they keep money in banks. Especially when interest is charged on deposits. Often they simply say that they needed to save more so that the interest on deposits would cover current expenses. And the extent to which these expenses have increased over the past decades is difficult for most people to grasp. Many people try to instill the habit of trusting banks in their children and grandchildren. Conservative views on this issue will play into the hands of banks for a long time to come. There is more hope that young people with their open eyes will be able to understand the idea of bitcoin. Those of the older generation who are skeptical now are unlikely to change their attitude. Youth will have to help them later.

The best thing my parents did with money was what they spent on everyday needs, on entertainment, on experiences. And almost all the savings in the bank only depreciate more and more.
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People seem to have forgotten that Bitcoin hit $65k in mid 2021 and went all the way back down to $28k in the summer before coming back above $65k again. Roll Eyes

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In my country banks don't pay anything on deposits. I'm not sure why but it's like that. They will direct you to put money in various instruments, some are very common, government backed, but you can't put more than less than 1BTC at current prices. After that we're talking life insurance, bonds stocks etc.

But in the US banks pay something, and I was seeing that JPMorgan made tons of money lately, because they hiked the rates of mortgages like crazy, but increased the rates they pay on deposits to something ridiculous like 0.3%. If I was a customer I would be angry...

It is often difficult to explain to the older generation how much they lose when they keep money in banks. Especially when interest is charged on deposits. Often they simply say that they needed to save more so that the interest on deposits would cover current expenses. And the extent to which these expenses have increased over the past decades is difficult for most people to grasp. Many people try to instill the habit of trusting banks in their children and grandchildren. Conservative views on this issue will play into the hands of banks for a long time to come. There is more hope that young people with their open eyes will be able to understand the idea of bitcoin. Those of the older generation who are skeptical now are unlikely to change their attitude. Youth will have to help them later.

The best thing my parents did with money was what they spent on everyday needs, on entertainment, on experiences. And almost all the savings in the bank only depreciate more and more.

You can think that.  But if you have some wealth spread around cash is fine.
7,000 a month take home in pensions
and  2,000,000 wealth

700,000 paid for home
400,000 401k getting 5% in bonds
100,000  in hard metal gold,silver

you have 800,000 to do whatever. BTC, stocks, shitcoins

So now rates are 5% for bonds the 401k makes 20k .

Lots of other methods to use the home equity.

Lets say interest drops like a stone you could mortgage 💸 at 2 or 3%.

Make other moves with that home equity.

But if you are paycheck to paycheck banks offer very little.

Maybe 1 in 25 people living in the US can do my first example of having wealth .

Many people in the US are paycheck to paycheck.
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Observing corn@28,340.

Classic WO game.

Where am I?


Pretty easy I must say.

Given the provided information, where am I going in the next 20 minutes?

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Bank of England policymakers consider 12th straight rate hike
https://uk.yahoo.com/finance/news/bank-england-policymakers-consider-12th-142245453.html

I'm sure they will bring down inflation THIS time, right?
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I seems like every time I post, the board double posts it!   wtf?

edit: except for this one.  Maybe it has something to do with the way images are handled?

Quite often I've seen it take ages to post something, so I think it isn't working, then I try to refresh and it turns out it did post the previous post anyway so indeed in those cases it always seems to end up in a double posting.

This does happen a lot.

same here. ive left it for a couple minutes sometimes and its still frozen when i return.. then when i do resend it its already posted.

seems to happen more 1st thing in the morning or maybe just after prolonged inactivity of not posting?
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You can really see the decoupling of Bitcoin and traditional markets on days like today. Total bloodbath in traditional equities while Bitcoin sits nearly atop of a recent bull run. This is going to need to continue for quite some time if Bitcoin is to maintain its trajectory throughout the coming financial crisis. Interesting times approaching.
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