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  1. Anyone into NFT's? I can see they have a bit of utility and longevity in allowing people to support creators and then being able to personalise your online presence (if that's your thing) but I still can't understand how you can trade them to make money without getting lucky. I'm also an NFT noob but this podcast helped me understand the concept better... Also, shout out to whoever said to cop some NuCypher (maybe casek?), you made me some money!
  2. @Dirty_habiT interesting. I’m a super coding novice but have wondered about people doing this sort of thing. What does the bot do?
  3. @fat ralphy It will tell you what coins you have, how many and what their current value is. Is that what you mean?
  4. You can buy whatever so either a fraction of a coin OR a whole coin or multiple coins. You can leave your money on the exchange wallet (Gemini) but there's the risk they go under or get hacked. The safest option for wallet is generally thought to be a hardware wallet.
  5. That's awesome... hopefully the time will come for the rest of us!
  6. Thanks, obviously not your first rodeo. This IS my first rodeo and have gone from being all about ETH to some crypto-euphoria FOMO/YOLO options. It's treated me well so far but will make an effort to reign in it a bit before I get burnt. I read this recently which got me excited about ETH again after the price hasn't moved much for a couple of months:
  7. Are you just in btc n eth now? I’m thinking about consolidating in a month or two.
  8. Planning on keeping ADA for a couple of years I think. Currently holding (largest to smallest): Coti Orn Eth BTC ADA link grt
  9. I recently made the switch to a password manager after years of thinking about it and it's really not that hard, and you feel way more secure. I use Bitwarden (free) which works pretty well on iphone, plus browser add ons and desktop app. Also check: https://haveibeenpwned.com/ to see if your details are being sold online.
  10. Where have you staked your ADA? I'm staked on Daedulus but find the desktop only app super cumbersome.
  11. Where are you getting stuck? I don’t actually use either of these but I assume it goes: 1. get your Exodus wallet address and copy it 2. go to Uphold and click send/withdraw 3. Paste the address in and send it
  12. It’s the biggest exchange in the world and has low fees and carries almost every currency, 99.9% transactions are issue free but they process a fuck load and no doubt fuck up sometimes. none of the exchanges are perfect and I think non-existent customer service is the norm. ive only had some minor issues with delays on transferring funds that sorted themselves out in a day or two. check out coinbase, coinbase pro, bitterex, Gemini etc but sure they will have similar issues. it’s the Wild West out here.
  13. @abrasivesaint yeah dude that’s it!
  14. Mercer has contributed loads on this thread and on the one in Jekyll Island, definitely worth reading through both threads. Loads of gems. I'm barely out of noob status myself but really the quickest way to start learning is to involve some of your own cash. You don't need to know everything before you start and putting your money at risk will help you pay attention: 1. Download a trusted app (I use Binance). Crypto exchanges work exactly like any foreign currency exchange does. 2. Buy a little bit of ETH & BTC to start. I dunno your circumstances but start low, say $50-100. Whatever number you are comfortable with but will still keep you interested. 3. Look back at how much that money would be worth now if you invested a year ago and kick yourself for not starting earlier 4. Realise that it's ok to join the party late and we are (probably) nowhere near the pinnacle 5. Learn what a blockchain is (video below) and do some research on different types of wallets: https://stellabelle.medium.com/cold-wallet-vs-hot-wallet-whats-the-difference-a00d872aa6b1 7. Come back here and ask questions 8. Scammers are everywhere and are super crafty. Don't share any information with anyone until you know exactly what you're sharing. Don;t save stuff online, don;t screen shot keys etc.
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