My mother has adopted some of my interest in Bitcoin and recently decided to put in a good chunk of her life long savings in it. A month ago I purchased a hardware wallet for her and helped her transfer close to 1BTC. Today she found out she had accidentally thrown it away. Luckily, I kept the private keys in safe storage for her.
Looks like some of these lessons can't be repeated enough. BTC teaches personal responsibility. Keep your coins safe people.
I’ve had multiple arguments with multiple family members about buying a wallet to carry. Every. Single. Time that this comes up they say, “Oh you can’t carry a mans wallet, why don’t you get a small purse that goes over your shoulder?” And every time I try to explain that I don’t like carrying purses as i find it inconvenient because I don’t use/carry any kind of makeup or other things like a lot of women do. Only my card, cash, or the occasional gift card. How do go about convincing them otherwise? Should I just say f**k it and get one?
This girls jealously is insane .
So I’m at my local grocery store minding my business when I see a man drop his wallet. I try to yell at him that he dropped his wallet but I guess he didn’t hear me . I would freak out if I was in his shoes so I pick it up. I’m quite slow walking due to my pregnancy and some leg issues by the time I picked it up he was out of the isle so the chase begins. It didn’t take me long to find him. I walk up to him and barley get out excuse me you.... when jealous girlfriend spits out don’t speak to my boyfriend. I try to explain he dropped his wallet but she keeps interrupting me telling me to stop speaking to him,he’s taken,and he wouldn’t be interested in a fatty like me which took everything in me not to laugh cause uh I’m very obviously very pregnant . I’m really annoyed the boyfriends not stepping in but I try again to explain jealous girlfriend is not having it . This where she messed up she interrupts yet again and says “he’s not interested just fuck... keep reading on reddit ➡
I also tap each pocket as I say it. Anyone else?
I didn't see the name tag but guy at Glossop Iceland, you're a legend
This is a hypothetical scenario. Imagine you had a lot of money in an E-wallet, say $500,000 which has been illegally earned online through trading operations (forex). How would you turn that into clean money?
Edit :- Anyone has serious suggestion?
Edit (1) :- It is not illegal to trade forex because where this hypothetical person lives, it's illegal to trade with an overseas broker and in his country, there are big restrictions on forex trading so it's much harder to make money in his own country for him as compared to the overseas broker.
I have been dating this girl for about 3 months, so we are still in the early stages. This happend about 4 days ago. Normally when we get toegther it is at my house or we go do some sort of activity but recently we have been going to her house more because her parents aren't home during the day.
We were hanging out in her room upstairs, I was helping her pack because she is leaving to go out of town in a few days. She asked me if I wanted to watch some avatar (the tv is downstairs). I love avatar and have recently gotten her into it as well. So I hop up and say that I will go get it ready for her. I left in a hurry and went and got it ready. I notice that I left my wallet in my shoes. So I yell up to her if she could bring my stuff when she comes down. She agreed. When she came down she brought everything and it seemed normal.
30 mins before I was about to leave I check to see if I had everything and I couldn't find my keys. I had been messing with them earlier in her room. So I as... keep reading on reddit ➡
Happy Steam sale eve everyone.
Like at first it was so casual, “oh yeah, need to wash my masks” then i thought about how normal its become and who knows how many years and years we are gonna be doing this at this rate. Its fucking scary to think we’ll probably have a quarter million dead before the end of the year...
I was recently reminded of a discussion I had with members of my EDH community back in my college mtg days. During which a friend coined a phrase that has informed my view on a casual mtg ethos.
He said that he showed up to play against "The Player, not the Wallet". And in this video, I go into how that phrase resonated with me.
This is the only game I've experienced where the individual game pieces are the point of monetization. Yes, I realize that technically the individual cards aren't being directly monetized, but its definitely getting there with SLs and the like. There is no financial market surrounding chess pawns, individual poker chips, etc. Magic the Gathering has an interesting intersection of the card's value being a function of card supply, game functionality, and collectibility. Admittedly, this is not the main thrust of this particular video, but maybe I'll go into that at a later date.
I do find the mtgfinance community to be rather interesting, and I am glad you gu... keep reading on reddit ➡
I created a short guide where you can see how you could delegate to a stake pool directly from your Ledger Hardware Wallet: Staking ADA with adalite.io
Adalite made this possible very fast. I hope this prevents some people to move their funds unnecessarily from their hardware wallet.
Greetings to all
Tried my luck @ my local LV Store today to get my rep LV Gaston Labels Multiple Wallet Stamped.
The process was so smooth! People were super nice & the guy even complimented the wallet because it's sold out almost everywhere.
They even gave me a retail box & dust-bag together with the iconic orange & blue paper bag.
It was a good day.
Retails on the website for $840 SGD
Hey, it’s me, ya girl! I’m back with another review!
I must confess, quarantine post-breakup shopping is absolutely no joke and retail therapy is the only thing that gives me dopamine these days. I’m weird in the sense that I’m very slightly OCD about the dumbest of things.. such as grouping a bunch of brands together on one review and not being super detailed. It’s just me and I’m trying to change okaaay? And thus, as uncomfortable as this makes me, I’ll be grouping these two items together and ya’ll better not lose steam after the first item and completely neglect reading my second item 😂 (As I’m guilty of doing, which is why I hate looong groupings)
Anyways, akin to a dragon sitting on top of her horde and telling you about her treasures, I’ll be pumping out these reviews like I’m trying to get me some welfare checks. Too far? Too far. Reelin’ in it. (Side note: I totally have a distant cousin that does this and it’s *eats popcorn a story for another time).
**Dis... keep reading on reddit ➡
old vs new IWNDWYT or ever again.
Yesterday i updated my Live wallet to version 2.9.0 and was shocked to see ads in it (carousel). How is that acceptable?
You just inform us about being hacked and at the same time you are adding additional attack vector into our wallet that are suppose to be air tight!
Also we payed good money for the wallet and to be forced to watch ads is just a bad business decision on your end. Not to mention the security risk!
This is the worst decision you have made. Please remove it as soon as possible!
I'm seriously considering to move to my Trezor if the ads are not removed shortly.
There was another post about this but its deleted for some reason https://www.reddit.com/r/ledgerwallet/comments/hzqdxm/290_give_us_an_option_to_disable_the_carousel/
I've been trading crypto for a while now, buying heavily into BTC when it crashed down near $3k, so the amount in my portfolio is getting high enough to make the potential for interest pretty attractive.
I've been putting half of each paycheck into investments; half of that into crypto-assets; and half of that into USDC. I've been using Coinbase as my exchange, and exporting all of my USDC to my NEXO wallet, as I am drawing 8% interest off of stablecoin assets. However, i recently noticed that I could be drawing 4% interest on BTC as well, if I were to move it into my NEXO wallet.
Thats like... A TON of interest compared to any other interest-bearing account with traditional banks and fiat. So my question: Is this what literally everybody does who holds substantial crypto assets? They purchase on their exchange, then send it to an interest bearing wallet? If not, why doesn't everybody do that? Is there some risk involved that I'm missing?
I mean, I'm getting like $2 per day right... keep reading on reddit ➡
Because I've been seen a lot of post lately about people getting scammed with these free Bitcoin giveaways and how you have to send the money to receive money I'm going to send $50 a Bitcoin to the next 10 people to post there wallet addresses.
There's nothing else to it.
edit:.OKAY NO MORE ADDRESSES.
As for the paranoid dude with top comment... Do you even understand how Bitcoin and Bitcoin wallets work? You're loss.
Everyone else, thanks for letting me farm your data. Suckers.... Jk.
Edit 2: Okay, I lied. I sent 12 of you $50 in bitcoin BUT, the fee came out of your $50 so you're receiving $49.00 instead.
Edit 4: I was going to do another giveaway of $100 to 10 random redditors but now I'm regretting even doing the first giveaway. There's so many paranoid fucks that need to go outside and stop being cynical. No one on reddit is a unique snowflake, nor do any of you matter to the point that someone would give away $1000 dollars... keep reading on reddit ➡