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I bought some bitcoins in an ATM on germany and received a paper with QR code, I was wandering if it is still valid and how can i check my bitcoins, it was not long ago and not much amount of money.. There is an adress code and a private key code with a QR code.. Thanks!

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Idea | Tip Nano to creators

Hey guys, my name is Tolik and I'm new to Nano.
I would like to tell you a bit about myself, and then about some ideas that I would like to share with you :)
I'm a content creator form Israel, and I have about 65k subscribers over my 3 channels. I'm also the first Israeli partnered on Twitch and been doing that for 8 years now.
Had a lot of fun with it for the first few years, playing my favorite games and earning good money, and eventually burning out hating the game that got me all my following. Our (Israeli) community exploded on youtube, but to make the most of it you need to make mindless trendy content, playing trendy and pretty childish games. I did that for a while, but it was too hard for my mind and I ended up burning out hard stepping away for a long while.
Back in 2013 I first stumbled upon the world of crypto and realized the potential of the blockchain and the implementation of that technology in our world. Not enough to buy enough to get rich, but I never even considered that it could get to the volumes it got to now. In 2017 when it exploded, I realized I had some leftover coins from 2013-14 and cashed out a few thousand dollars, with the pain it could have been millions if I was a little more aware. Oh Well.
A few years ago, I got into the world of self-development and got a new perspective on life. Doing only what I love and grooming a small but good community on youtube, not caring about trends, views, and money in my pocket.
A few days ago, a colleague of mine started to promote some unknown coin to his child viewers, basically, the premise is a coin that you could mine on your phone. Immediately I had some red flags popping off my mind, especially because he promoted some shady CSGO gambling sites that I didn't even want to look into. He of course had his promotion code for registering to the gambling site, and using the mentioned crypto (downloading the app).
If you can mine it on your phone, what would stop you using an expensive setup and just dominate the market? The fact that he advertised it as a get rich scheme, and the fact that it's a referral pyramid network, does not seem safe.
After looking into it I did not see any promise, especially after I found so many altcoins with big communities that his crypto didn't have, information that did not add up, and a bunch of weird stuff going on.
Because I started researching the crypto world (after so many years not being aware of what happened to it), youtube started suggesting me videos about it, one of them was u/SonderDev 's nanoPaint (Sorry I made SpongeBobs eye red) and started doing some research on nano and the technology. For 3 days I devoured all the info I can, reading most of the posts here on reddit, and joining on Discord and TG. I again felt that butterfly feeling in my gut, the one I felt so many years ago when I found out about bitcoin (and some other rare occasions). So much potential, and I kind of feel I am already late to the party, and yet, my mind can't stop thinking about what is possible.
Now to the good stuff! Donations(tips) to streamers and content creators were always a huge part of our revenue. But we had a lot of problems with it - High fees, making small donations pretty much impossible, and the fear of someone charging you back and having you pay the fees for every donation that got charged back. I had someone give me about $2k for the span of two months with small donations, ended up charging all that money back, and having me pay $10 for each of his donations, even if they were under that amount. PayPal is pretty crazy.
Also, If you consider something like Patreon (a monthly donation for a project or a creator you like for benefits) they also charge extra for their fee, and people can still charge you back, even though they will handle it, you still give them the benefits. Twitch takes a huge cut for subscribers (user pays $4.99 and I get as little as $1.70) and youtube are getting about 30% for their cut.
See where I'm going with this? As proof of concept, a simple donation website/app could be made. You send the creator any amount of nano, it pops up on the screen for everyone to see. People would love the idea to impact the stream with as little money the creator allows. That would start up a conversation, people would start seeing the technology in action, how fast and feeless everything is going.
Not to mention an integrated service could be made that is similar to delegate.it (allows users to do tasks for nano/fiat) in this instance, the tasks could be - follow the creator on Twitter, Instagram, like his posts and whatever else he decides, and it could be cheap, because people would be doing it to pop up on stream and help the creator, not for the actual fiat amount of the nano given. killing 3 birds with one stone. Promoting nano, allowing everybody a voice to a degree they choose, and promoting himself to his viewers.
If this works, we could either go to one of the 2 biggest platforms (StreamLabs and StreamElements (who are Israeli and I know the 2 founders personally)) and they would integrate it to their already build system, or develop something to solely promote nano. We could reach out to smaller streamers that have small dedicated communities, not many donations and revenue coming in and allow them to use our system to promote their content and interact with their viewers.
A few more ideas I have in mind for a project like that:
For the donations (tips)
• Having different donation alerts for different QR codes that you scan. Similarly to what NanoPaint accomplishes, we could have a different QR code to scan for an alert that the user chooses to show up.
• Coloring the Camera frame - similarly to NanoPaint, drawing pixels on the frame of the camera of the streamer, changing it in real-time for nano.
• Having text to speech for the alert
• Have your donation impact the streamer in AR (putting something on his face or head).
Crowd Funding
• Donation goal that will make a purchase only if it gets there - setting up an X day goal to buy a new GPU for example, and having people contribute to it, and if it's reached, it automatically makes the order from amazon or wherever (having the data safe with our service), and if it's not - fully refunding the users. It could be a daily goal for pizza or whatever they choose. It will allow integration with businesses that would work with us.
• Stream goals - if we get to X Nano this stream, 24 hour stream tomorrow! If we won't, get your nano back! Would encourage people to participate even if they are not sure the goal will be met, have the assurance that the full amount would be refunded if it did not get there.
• Challenges - starting a bounty challenge, for example, have an Ace in CSGO (kill all 5 enemies) and get X amount of nano. If you didn't, money goes back. the crowd could vote on it having more interaction and validating if the challenge is complete.
Voting
• Have people engage with polls in real-time with nano, could scan their option to vote, and even get refunded if their option did not win, encouraging them to vote for their favorite option, even if it seems unlikely to win.
User Battles
• Having people start a challenge of a game, in an app or on the web, or perhaps even something random like gambling, and having it appear on stream for everybody to witness. Maybe even challenging the streamer for a nano incentive or someone else who watches.
Chat
• Having an on-screen chat that changes the colors and design of the people who donated with nano, and linked their account. more incentive to donate.
Stream Sponsors
• Having a rotating banner on-screen at all times, allowing users to pay nano to show their banner. As an auction or a price set from the creator.
Most of these ideas occurred to me as I was writing this post, and I'm sure we could think of better ones with some effort. Some of them are already implemented on the websites that were mention above, however, having the power and speed of the nano is a game-changer IMHO.
So why am I writing this post? First, just to share with you and get to know you better, maybe spark an idea or a motivation for anyone to do something good for nano.
Second, money is tight now, moved back to my parents due to the pandemic, hard to find a decent job as we have more than %20 of the people in Israel looking for a job and as I mentioned before the content I make is not very profitable. I can't afford to invest money in this idea, and I lack the skills to do it myself. So maybe if it's good someone else could.
If, however, someone would be inclined to help make this a reality, I would appreciate any comments, suggestions, investment of time, or money in testing this out. I have a dedicated community with thousands of people that will be aware of nano if we'll do it, years of experience in this field, and not to mention that I'm in good relations with most of the other content creators and platforms here in Israel, and some international.
Discord: ToLy#2657
Feel free to DM me at any time :)
Nice to meet you, and thank you for reading.
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How are the unbanked supposed to be their own banks without banks?

How is anyone expected to get “away from the system” with cryptocurrency? Let’s say Joe Bitcoin is moving out of his parents house and wants to use only Bitcoin. He’s never had a checking account. His parents bought him some bitcoin for Christmas or whatever.
He applies for work that he’s well qualified for. He insists he be paid in bitcoin. Eventually the payroll department says they can use some third party system but it’s going to require some paperwork because of volatility and accountability. Can’t have Joe saying he was underpaid because a crash happened after payroll was processed.
So, there we go. He has his job and is paid in bitcoin. Let’s look at apartments. There’s a decent one he can easily afford. Time to pay first/last/security. Does the management take bitcoin? No. And they don’t want to. Stop talking, Joe. They’ll require a check or money order.
Fuming, Joe looks up a bitcoin money order service. Plenty to buy bitcoin with a money order, but Amscott doesn’t seem to let you buy them. Localbitcoin comes to the rescue, as someone will purchase the money order for him for a 20% mark up. As long as Joe doesn’t have to use a lousy bank. It takes days to get done, but Joe drops off the money order to the management and moves in. “Make sure you have the power transferred to your name or it will be disconnected,” they tell him.
Joe fires up his laptop and visits the power company website. Hmm. They don’t take bitcoin. He tries another... oh. There’s only one power company. They want a deposit online via checking or savings account. Joe has a brain storm. He goes back to LBC and finds someone willing to buy from him for cash... less 15%. But this will work! Joe will give the cash to his parents and put their name on the account. He’ll just give them the cash each month. They try to talk to him about it but at least he’s not in their house anymore.
Now for internet access. Oh. Not accepting Bitcoin. Ring ring, hi mom? Yeah, same thing. Thanks!
Man, Joe has worked up an appetite. Time for food. He goes to that nice counterculture coffee shop. Oddly, they don’t take bitcoin either. But no worries, he now has his handy bitcoin ATM card. Sure, it still pays the store in filthy statist fiat, but it’s not Joe doing it.
Insufficient funds? He just put .05 btc on it. What—- oh. Some whale unloaded. He’s now short a few dollars... err... satoshis! That’s okay, he will just transfer more. He pulls up his app, logs in, waits for the 2FA to authenticate, and moves .01 btc from his hot wallet to his debit card. Hmm. How much for the transfer fee? He needs this quick. There’s a line forming. People are angry. “Will you be paying?” The cashier asks. Yes, yes, just one moment. He decides on a .005 btc fee. It’s half the transfer amount but it should get done, right?
Minutes later Joe is asked to step aside until he’s ready to pay. Twenty minutes later, the funds are moved. He even has two confirmations. He returns to the line, puts in his order again, pays, but doesn’t add a tip on the card. Instead he reaches into his wallet, pulls out one of several QR code stickers and drops it in the tip jar. He winks at the pretty cashier, having given her a pretty nice tip. She sighs, retrieves it from the jar, and throws it away. “That’s not a trash can,” she tells him. He silently rages. That fucking bitch. How dare she.
“Move it along, pal” says a man in line behind him. “Cheese sandwich, please,” he asks the cashier. “$4.25,” she tells him. The man pulls out his phone, taps it on the card reader, and instantly receives a “bing” of happiness.
Joe looks at the man in utter disgust. “Fucking statist thug,” he thinks to himself. “Dumb bitch,” he says in his head about the cashier. He’ll have to ask to get that out of the trash and then lecture her. He doesn’t even have time for that, and now he has to.
Joe gets an alert on his phone. Bitcoin prices just dropped $300. He hopes his paycheck hadn’t been processed yet.
That’s how.
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Odd Ad on YouTube.

I just clicked on a video on YouTube doing a review on the game Silent Hill Downpour. The ad that was shown at the beginning was some sort of an interview/talk of Bill Gates for some thing called Village?? Did pay attention to what was said but it just said Village in the background. It was 43 minutes long. Half of the screen was this video of Bill Gates and the other half was black with a big QR code and text that read like on of those lame dark web Bitcoin scams. It was something along the lines of "please send us X amount of BTC and we will immediately send you back 2x that amount. Example: you send us .3 BTC, we send you .6 BTC." And the said Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation big in the corner next to the skip ad button. The video is called Fruit uploaded by Ebba Cayouette and was supposedly uploaded 8 hours ago. Haven't done any other research just immediately came over here to bitch about it. Any thoughts?
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A Noobs Guide to Buying Bitcoin

OK Gabriel, you convinced me. My money isn't my money. Governments are taking advantage of their citizens. I want to dip my toes into the financial revolution, but I’m not sure how. Can you help me buy some Bitcoin?
I am happy to hear that you are ready to take the plunge!
There are many platforms that allow you to buy and sell Bitcoin, but the best one for new users is Cash App. Cash App is a product developed by Square, that allows you to efficiently transfer money to other users on their platform.
Reasons I like Cash App:
  1. Transparent fees
  2. Simple interface
  3. The ability to move Bitcoin into an external wallet
Transparent Fees
Cash App has a flat fee of 1.7%, which is relatively low compared to other platforms. Some platforms, like Crypto.com, offer a 0% fee on purchasing Bitcoin, which make it seem cheaper, but will charge more for the asset itself. The Crypto.com fee structure is more suited for large purchases while Cash Apps structure is suited for small consistent purchases.
Simple interface
Cash App offers a clean and simple interface for processing transactions. Other platforms, like Binance.com, may have more features but this can overwhelm new customers.
Cash App also allows you to buy Bitcoin on a set basis (i.e, $10 every day or $500 a month). Buying small amounts of Bitcoin frequently is a good way to build your bitcoin portfolio with less risk. This is called Dollar Cost Averaging.
External wallet
There is a famous saying in the Bitcoin community:
“Not your keys, not your Bitcoin”
When you buy Bitcoin through an exchange like Cash App, they are in possession of your Bitcoin until you transfer it to a wallet. If you leave it in their position, your Bitcoin is at risk of being lost or stolen.
To secure you possessions, you need a wallet which is like your bank account.
I found Atomic Wallet to be a good option, however as you get more comfortable I recommend branching out. It takes only a few minutes to create a wallet. Just download the app and follow the step. Make sure to write down the 12 word pass code that they provide you with. This can be used in case of emergency to restore your wallet.
When you open the app you will see a list of many different cryptocurrencies that can be stored in your wallet. For the moment, scroll down until you find BTC aka Bitcoin. Click on it and you will have an option to send or receive. When you click receive you will be presented with a QR code and your Bitcoin address. This is your account number. Copy and paste this info into Cash App and in about 30 mins your balance will be reflected in you wallet.
Congrats! You are now the proud owner of your first Bitcoin and part of the finance revolution.
Bitcoin and the cryptocurrency world can be overwhelming for new users. When you’re just getting started, it is important to keep things simple. There is so much information out there, tons of platforms, and a lot to learn. I hope this article helps you as you begin on your Bitcoin journey.
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How Blockchain.com harms the cryptocurrency community

How Blockchain.com harms the cryptocurrency community
This post has been written to draw Blockchain.com's attention to the issues of its product.
Blockchain.com (formerly Blockchain.info) was founded in 2011 and with no doubt has helped the Bitcoin community to create a block explorer and has proven itself as a valuable service. Millions of people from all over the world use their wallet. However, time goes on, Bitcoin develops, but one of the main cryptocurrency companies not only slows down the process of its development, but also discredits the usability of cryptocurrencies. Why is that? We have tried to explain that in this post.
https://preview.redd.it/i0yk7qraqkw41.jpg?width=1024&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=963dc18551d2900bca456bfa3a6cfd3636c7c93c

1. Lack of Segwit Address Support

This is the most painful problem for our service. To receive cryptocurrency we use segwit addresses by default. If a customer contacts our support, we can of course change an address in an order to P2SH (the one that begins with number "3"), but it reduces the usability of the service. Why don't we use P2SH by default? It is less beneficial both for us and for our client, as the cost of the consolidation of the transaction is taken into account when calculating the exchange rate. With a high network load and with orders for a small amount, the commission becomes significant. To compare — segwit addresses (or Bech32 that starts with "bc1") are 15% more advantageous than P2SH.
Segwit (Segregated Witness) was activated in 2017. At the end of the same year the CEO of Blockchain.info announced its support starting from (most likely) 2018. We can understand certain fears at the beginning of the way, as the company's security system is for sure not that bad. However more than 2 years have passed since then and that is a lot for the crypto world.

2. Using Legacy (P2PKH) Addresses Only

As of now only a P2PKH address (that starts with number "1") is used in the Blockchain.com wallet to receive cryptocurrency. Why is that bad? It is unfavorable for the users of this wallet. They spend 29% more than those using P2SH addresses.

3. Confusion with PAX and USD Digital

Changing the names of the currencies from one to another only in a Blockchain.com wallet is a rather strange decision. The key problem is that nowhere in the wallet are there any clues that this is an ERC-20 PAX token on the Ethereum blockchain. New wallet users will most likely be confused by this.
We sometimes get questions: "do we have USD Digital to buy or to sell?" and our technical support is forced to explain that it is PAX.

4. Incompetence of mobile application developers

In fact, this post was inspired by this particular problem. We will not focus on performance or shortcomings, we will just tell you about the main issue.
It is worth starting with questions. What problem does a mobile application solve when a person needs to pay for something? What is the best way to fill in the recipient address and the payment amount on the smartphone? Answer: QR code.
Scanning the QR code in this application is done not just badly, but also in such a way that creates maximum number of problems for a user.
The fact is that in the Android application when scanning code with the bitcoin:
?amount=, the value of the amount to be inserted in the corresponding field may differ from the encoded value by 1-100 Satoshi! Our team simply does not understand how this was implemented.
Do not believe? Try it yourself. Amount to insert — 0.00143452 BTC
bitcoin:3LAxDr5CxwBJT4tCejV8rpAXETz7bUH3tG?amount=0.00143452
After receiving information on such a problem from our users, we began to monitor updates to this application. After 2 updates had come out, the problem was not fixed.
And what about iOS? When scanning a QR code with a sum in iOS , the sum value is simply not inserted into the field! No comments. Bravo!
Blockchain.com wallet has different currencies, not just Bitcoin. Let's try Ethereum. You want to scan QR codes for Ethereum payment with the relevant sum? There is no such possibility. The application will respond with an "Invalid address" to all such codes:
  • eth:
    ?amount=
  • ether:
    ?amount=
  • ethereum:
    ?amount=
For BitcoinCash, the task of identifying the amount in the line is also an impossible task. Line with wallet bitcoincash:qpk0689rt3xkzlw8ap4yy72amp2zpws6zujkcgavptconsidered true, but with the amount bitcoincash:qpk0689rt3xkzlw8ap4yy72amp2zpws6zujkcgavpt?amount=0.1 — "Invalid address"
But there are applications that understand all such formats, or at least one of them. The string parsing function is pretty trivial and should not be a problem for the developer.
This article has been written based on the experience of using the application of the members of our team (who have used it for many years) and our users.
We encourage Blockchain.com to fix at least 3 of the 4 problems that we covered in this article. We still hope that the company will work on the bugs and will earn back trust of its users.
In the meantime — use other applications! ;)
The post is published on our blog:https://fixedfloat.com/blog/guides/how-blockchain-com-harms
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TIFU by falling for a scam and losing 20 thousand dollers

This happend on Tuesday June 16th 2020
I got a call saying it was Canada service calling and i was a suspect for fraud on a Federal level and i had to press 1 to get directed to a investigations officer or the police would be coming to my house to arrest me for ignoring the call.
Right off the bat the "officer" Henry Clayton badge number 969A24 from the federal police investigations department told me that i was under investigation by the federal government and wanted to know what I've been up too. They stated that i have a warrant for my arrest and that there was 7 allegations against me. Then he preceded to tell me what all the 7 allegations were. "I can't remember what he said the allegations exactly were but it sounded legit" Then he said to me do i accept these allegations as true or deny them. Of course i denied them and said i was innocent. He then asked me to provide him with the number for my local rcmp so he could contact the chief of police and have him send out someone to contact me. So i gave him the number for the local rcmp and he called them on a different line while leaving me on his line. I could hear him say his name and badge number to them and ask for the chief of police then told him the situation and asked him to get into contact with me. Then he told me that the chief will call me in a couple minutes so wait for that.
Sure enough i get a call a not even a minute later and it was the "Chief officer named bill cooper badge number 12762" he told me he received the files and wanted to confirm I was the right person he was talking too. Bill cooper said just about all the same stuff henry clayton had. Then he asked me how there was any possible way someone could have gotten my sin number to be impersonating me. I told i haven't given my sin to anyone and the only think i could think of was maybe from checking my credit score online. He said that my family and friends are under suspect as well because they would be the closest possible ones to get my sin and could have sold it off to someone or been using it themselves. He said not to mention it to them because he will have officer come to question them as well as me and wanted me to wait until then to talk with them about it. Then he says im going to transfer you over to my officer and he will guide you on what to do next.
Boom right away probably not even a minute later i get another call from "Officer Daniel Mills badge # V91D2Q13" He says that he has recieved all the info from henry clayton and bill cooper and will guide me on what to do next. He says that in the documentaion he has recieved they belive that there is a chance i could be innocent but they will have officers come to my house and do a lie dectector test and question me to make sure. Then he said for now what i should do is put my money in a safeguard because they will cancel all my bank accounts and everything that is connected with my sin number and then give me a new one and if im proven innocent and then i can transfer my money back into my accounts from the safeguard.
So "Daniel Mills" tells me i need to head to a bank right away and deposite my money into cash and then says i need to stay on the line at all times because the call is being recorded and wants to make sure im cooperating with the police. I get to the bank and then when i park my car i let him know im there. He tells me i need to follow is very specific instrctions, i need to move all my money into my checking account from my savings and my credit accounts then take all that money out in cash. I was also told i must stay on the line while i go in there. He also said i must not tell the people at the bank the real reason why im taking out this money because they are also a suspect and cannot be trusted they could be the ones who gave out my information. So I go into the bank ask the teller to move all my money including my credit card money into my checking account and take it out as cash. The teller said sure let me go aso my bank manager first and then she will be right back with me. She could obviously tell something was up because i was acting nervous. Then the bank manager comes up to me and asks me if everything is okay and if I was being told or forced to do this. I lied and told him No out of fear. Fear that he could be the one who gave out my information and fear of getting in trouble from rejecting a direct order from the officer who is still on the line. The bank teller says ok and give me my money in cash.
Then when i get back in the car i let him know i have the money. He then tells me i need to secure the money into a BiT machine and the government will refund me in the next 24/48 hours after the police come and interigate me and put me on a lie detector test to prove that im innocent. At this point i start getting very suspisious and question everything. What a fool i was to question it directly to him instead of just hanging up and thinking for a second.
He put on the pressure HARD everything i asked he would counter with agression and threats of detaining me right now for not complying with an officer of the law. I felt forced and was fearful of my own safety i have no intentions of being detained for something i didnt do. So finally i agree to go "secure my money in the BiT machine". He tells me the directions to the nearest one and to go there without hanging up the line.
I go there then he tells me he has some very specific instructions once again on what i should do. I need to go in the store and head right to the machine. Then the machine will aso for your number, out it in. Then the machine will send you a verifcation code to your texts. Put that in. Then scan the QR code i have sent you. Then put the cash into the machine and it will go into your safeguard account. And to never get off the line to stay on the line at all times. So i say ok and head in the store. The machine asked for my mobile number so i put it in. then it sent a verifcation code to my number, I open my texts see the verification code and put that in. Then i check my texts see the QR code and put that in. Then the machine says insert the money so i instert the money. All this time i was tricked into think i was putting this money in a safeguard bitcoin account for myself. But in reality i was putting it right into this guys pocket. After it was all done I tell "Daniel mills" the money is in my account. He says ok i can start heading home and the officers will get ahold of me shorty. "Click"
this was the first time in about 4 hours i wasnt on the phone with one of these "officers". I was driving for about 3 minutes thinking wait why havent the officers called me? Every other time it was so fast. Then thats when the realization had kicked in. It felt like a could of smoke over my brain had lifted and I could think clearly again. It had felt like i was brain washed by fear and anxiety into doing this persons bidding. I denied it at first thinking there is no way I talked with a bunch of officers i got their badge numbers and everything ill just wait until i get home and maybe they will call then. Nope, so i call back the number that i had been talking to this whole process and of course no answer. Then I do what I should have done from the very begining, I call the police myself. I knew I had been scammed.
TL;DR Got so full of fear and anxiety I allowed myself to get scammed into giving someone 19700$ through bitcoin.
Always trust your closest family and friends and seek advice from them no matter how bad you think the situation is.
I have the reciept from the account i put my money into and was able to trace that to the account my money got transferd too.
This is the address to the account that my money was transfered too. Looks like there is a good amount of other people who lost there money to this scam also
1Q2j7UQECVREhxmUFcHCgQVbTUxT47Bk9d
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Nano Buying Report Using Cash App and Atomic Wallet - USA Resident

Another Redditor helped me out by posting their experience in buying Nano some weeks ago. Just data to help potential buyers out there to get the most bang for their buck. So I figured I'd contribute my experience as well. Here is my recent experiment and findings:
Time: May 26 Approx. 11PM Central Time
Fiat Purchase: $1000 of BTC with Cash App Result: 0.1111 Bitcoin
Sidenote: Had I done this purchase in Coinbase Pro, I'd have snagged 0.1120 Bitcoin. I calculate that as a 0.8% difference. So while Cash App is easier, Coinbase Pro is more frugal.
I sent the funds from Cash App to Atomic Wallet. Easy to do with the QR code on my computer screen. Total time to deposit $1,000 rom my bank account to Cash App, purchase the Bitcoin, and then see it appear in my Atomic Wallet: Three minutes.
So that was super fast (by Bitcoin standards) and easy.
Next I used Atomic Wallet to exchange the BTC for Nano.
Exchange result: 1074 Nano
At the same moment I looked on Brainblocks, and their offer was 964 Nano for the same amount of BTC.
That's 100 more Nano by using Atomic Wallet!
But the exchange was slowwww. It took more than an hour to confirm the initial Bitcoin transaction and I was using the default network fees in Atomic Wallet (not even sure if I can adjust it). Anyway, I stopped watching after an hour and at an hour and forty minutes I looked and the transaction was confirmed.
TLDR; As a fiat on-ramp to BTC I used Cash app. It was super easy but Coinbase Pro has better rates. Then I used Atomic Wallet to exchange BTC for Nano which gave me about 10% more Nano than had I done it through Brainblocks, but it was quite a bit slower to process.
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Bitcoin for beginners

How ironic that one day everyone began to hear that they were cryptocurrencies, but everything that referred to them was synonymous with Bitcoin everywhere they talk about it, the strange thing is that more than 10 have passed years since this project started and many continue with blindfolds, we have evolved, revolutionary things have come into our lives, the last decades have come technologies that have changed our paradigms, such as the internet and many more came one of them it's bitcoin.
Bitcoin arose from the need for a safe, transparent and reliable money. All this is described by Satoshi Nakamoto in his white paper https://www.bitcoin.org/bitcoin.pdf this is at the hand of all so that we can see and read it and know how its structure is shaped and the purpose it has as a currency. Its operation occurred on January 3, 2009, when the genesis block of the chain was published, which was the first block mined in the network, bitcoin turns out to be for the time a magnificent money for the environment that was growing and its use was not long in Expanding its adoption, Hal Finney was one of the first people to support and contribute with Bitcoin since it was part of one of the first nodes, bitcoin has a maximum number of bitcoins that can be created on the network which is 21 million BTC Being this way it solves the problem of inflation since it is a deflationary currency, this system means that no more can be generated and its value will rise more over time due to the supply and demand that there will be in the market.
Every time a transaction is made there will be a number of validators that work to verify that the network is correct, this is through the blockchain is the accounting book where all the transactions made from the genesis block are stored , it is public and we can all see how it works that they do not draw cards up their sleeves, these blocks are mined every 10 minutes with a size of 1 mb approximately 2048 transactions that were made and will be mined by a very important group called miners who solve a mathematical process called proof of work with this will be the final process for your BTC sent will already be in the hands of its recipient.
To make a transaction you only need the address to which you want to send BTC or the QR code to be faster and select the amount in your wallet, with this you will only have to pay a commission for the work carried out by the miners that can vary depending on the time with which you want your transaction to be verified or to be mined in the next block of the chain. Today Bitcoin is the most important currency in the entire market with a strong ecosystem and a very large community that grows more for the security it offers, its price when making this post reaches $ 9,342.58 and a market capitalization of 168,004,364,619, $ 45 with which it takes the number 1 spot on the coinmarketCap list.
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Choosing The Best Multi-Currency Wallet For Crypto in 2020

Crypto differs from fiat in terms of storage. It is saved not in some kind of virtual bank, but directly in the blockchain. The coins, information on the distribution of digital assets between users, transaction history – all this data is stored by the chain. Such data cannot be changed or erased in any way. And without a crypto wallet, you cannot manage your assets.

Let’s have a look at different types of crypto wallets.

A cryptocurrency wallet stores your “private” and “public” keys used to send and receive various crypto tokens. The interface and design of the programs help users to get all the necessary information about their digital savings.
There are two types of wallets:

How do cryptocurrency wallets work?

Cryptocurrency wallets are not designed to actually store digital assets; instead, they provide the tools necessary to interact with the blockchain network. The wallet includes a public address, which is an identifier in the form of a set of letters and numbers. This address is a kind of location on the blockchain where you can send coins. You can share your public address with another user to receive funds, but you should never show your private key to anyone.
A private key provides access to your cryptocurrencies, regardless of which wallet you use. Thus, even if your computer or smartphone was compromised, you can still access your funds from any other device, provided that you have the appropriate private key (or seed phrase).

Types of wallets

Web wallet

This type of wallet is suitable for beginners, since it does not require the purchase of devices, software installation, or downloading the blockchain. It is enough for the user to register on the site. Web wallets are simple and convenient to use, they do not take up space on the HDD and are constantly synchronized with the blockchain network, even when your computer is offline.
Cryptopay enables customers to transfer money directly between their Cryptopay wallet and SEPA (Single Euro Payments Area) bank account, store their funds safely in a multi-coin portfolio, protected by two-factor authentication to increase security.
Coinbase is a trading service that many retailers use to receive digital currencies from sales. Private keys are stored on the server, and client funds are stored on a cold wallet. You can enable two-factor authentication and install the smartphone app.

Desktop wallet

The local wallet is installed on the hard drive and loaded with the operating system. Such wallets are divided into “thick” (full-node clients) and “thin” (light-node clients). Thick ones can take up to hundreds of gigabytes of hard drive space. Thin local wallet is actually a program that makes requests to the blockchain through a trusted site.
Bitcoin Core is a Bitcoin wallet created by the Bitcoin Foundation. If you want to get a truly secure place for your digital assets, choose this thick desktop wallet.
Exodus is a universal thin crypto wallet. It supports 100+ altcoins and has a built-in exchange service. Also, Exodus can interact with the Trezor Crypto Hardware Wallet.

Mobile phone and browser wallets

Mobile wallets are available through special applications. You can use them for shopping in real stores where crypto is accepted – just like ApplePay.
Benefits of Mobile Wallets:
Disadvantages of mobile wallets:
Coinomi is a multi-currency application with two integrated exchange services (Shapeshift and Changelly). The wallet supports 100+ virtual coins, the keys are stored exclusively in the application.
Browser wallet is an extension for Chrome and Opera browsers. It is very easy to use: you just enter seed phrases and get access to the savings.
The Jaxx extension for Chrome from the team of developers of the browser wallet KryptoKit, supports not only Bitcoin, but Ethereum as well.

Hardware wallet

This is the most reliable option for saving virtual assets. They look like ordinary USB flash drives. The user inserts a USB, logs on a wallet program by entering a password and thus gets access to the funds. All operations are performed not in the system, but directly on the flash drive itself, which eliminates extraneous access to data.
Trezor wallet supports most of the top coins, it can be synchronized with the MyEtherWallet online wallet, as well as Chrome and Firefox browsers to get access to crypto funds.
Ledger Nano S is miniature, safe, and easy to use and has several levels of protection. Asset management is performed through the Ledger Manager utility.

Paper wallet

A paper wallet is a piece of paper that usually has QR codes that can be quickly scanned to get the address to a crypto account. The main advantage of services like BitAddress and Bitcoin Paper Wallet is that the keys are actually stored offline, which makes them immune to hacker attacks. The main drawback, however, is that the paper wallet can be stolen or lost.

Which wallet is the safest?

An offline crypto wallet is the most reliable one. You can install a local wallet on a PC that is not connected to the Internet and store your digital assets on it, but this is not very convenient if you need to quickly complete a transaction.

Conclusion

The choice depends on how you plan to use your tokens. Small amounts of crypto can be stored on thin local or Internet wallets, and for long-term storage of large amounts, it is better to get thick or hardware wallets. In any case, remember to strictly observe all security measures.
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1) download Bitcoin Wallet 2) Purchase bitcoin & send it to your wallet via ATM OR via cashapp (if you cant do that, contact me i’ll help) 3) THEN transfer the Etherium from Bitcoin Wallet to your Trust Wallet 4) then link your Trust Wallet code (qr code address) to your Metamask to start the program by purchasing a slot with etherium!
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Crypto-Powered - The Most Promising Use-Cases of Decentralized Finance (DeFi)

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A whirlwind tour of Defi, paying close attention to protocols that we’re leveraging at Genesis Block.
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This is the third post of Crypto-Powered — a new series that examines what it means for Genesis Block to be a digital bank that’s powered by crypto, blockchain, and decentralized protocols.
Last week we explored how building on legacy finance is a fool’s errand. The future of money belongs to those who build with crypto and blockchain at their core. We also started down the crypto rabbit hole, introducing Bitcoin, Ethereum, and DeFi (decentralized finance). That post is required reading if you hope to glean any value from the rest of this series.
97% of all activity on Ethereum in the last quarter has been DeFi-related. The total value sitting inside DeFi protocols is roughly $2B — double what it was a month ago. The explosive growth cannot be ignored. All signs suggest that Ethereum & DeFi are a Match Made in Heaven, and both on their way to finding strong product/market fit.
So in this post, we’re doing a whirlwind tour of DeFi. We look at specific examples and use-cases already in the wild and seeing strong growth. And we pay close attention to protocols that Genesis Block is integrating with. Alright, let’s dive in.

Stablecoins

Stablecoins are exactly what they sound like: cryptocurrencies that are stable. They are not meant to be volatile (like Bitcoin). These assets attempt to peg their price to some external reference (eg. USD or Gold). A non-volatile crypto asset can be incredibly useful for things like merchant payments, cross-border transfers, or storing wealth — becoming your own bank but without the stress of constant price volatility.
There are major governments and central banks that are experimenting with or soon launching their own stablecoins like China with their digital yuan and the US Federal Reserve with their digital dollar. There are also major corporations working in this area like JP Morgan with their JPM Coin, and of course Facebook with their Libra Project.
Stablecoin activity has grown 800% in the last year, with $290B of transaction volume (funds moving on-chain).
The most popular USD-pegged stablecoins include:
  1. Tether ($10B): It’s especially popular in Asia. It’s backed by USD in a bank account. But given their lack of transparency and past controversies, they generally aren’t trusted as much in the West.
  2. USDC ($1B): This is the most reputable USD-backed stablecoin, at least in the West. It was created by Coinbase & Circle, both well-regarded crypto companies. They’ve been very open and transparent with their audits and bank records.
  3. DAI ($189M): This is backed by other crypto assets — not USD in a bank account. This was arguably the first true DeFi protocol. The big benefit is that it’s more decentralized — it’s not controlled by any single organization. The downside is that the assets backing it can be volatile crypto assets (though it has mechanisms in place to mitigate that risk).
Other notable USD-backed stablecoins include PAX, TrueUSD, Binance USD, and Gemini Dollar.
tablecoins are playing an increasingly important role in the world of DeFi. In a way, they serve as common pipes & bridges between the various protocols.
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Three of the top five DeFi protocols relate to lending & borrowing. These popular lending protocols look very similar to traditional money markets. Users who want to earn interest/yield can deposit (lend) their funds into a pool of liquidity. Because it behaves similarly to traditional money markets, their funds are not locked, they can withdraw at any time. It’s highly liquid.
Borrowers can tap into this pool of liquidity and take out loans. Interest rates depend on the utilization rate of the pool — how much of the deposits in the pool have already been borrowed. Supply & demand. Thus, interest rates are variable and borrowers can pay their loans back at any time.
So, who decides how much a borrower can take? What’s the process like? Are there credit checks? How is credit-worthiness determined?
These protocols are decentralized, borderless, permissionless. The people participating in these markets are from all over the world. There is no simple way to verify identity or check credit history. So none of that happens.
Credit-worthiness is determined simply by how much crypto collateral the borrower puts into the protocol. For example, if a user wants to borrow $5k of USDC, then they’ll need to deposit $10k of BTC or ETH. The exact amount of collateral depends on the rules of the protocol — usually the more liquid the collateral asset, the more borrowing power the user can receive.
The most prominent lending protocols include Compound, Aave, Maker, and Atomic Loans. Recently, Compound has seen meteoric growth with the introduction of their COMP token — a token used to incentivize and reward participants of the protocol. There’s almost $1B in outstanding debt in the Compound protocol. Mainframe is also working on an exciting protocol in this area and the latest iteration of their white paper should be coming out soon.
There is very little economic risk to these protocols because all loans are overcollateralized.
I repeat, all loans are overcollateralized. If the value of the collateral depreciates significantly due to price volatility, there are sophisticated liquidation systems to ensure the loan always gets paid back.
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Investments

Buying, selling, and trading crypto assets is certainly one form of investing (though not for the faint of heart). But there are now DeFi protocols to facilitate making and managing traditional-style investments.
Through DeFi, you can invest in Gold. You can invest in stocks like Amazon and Apple. You can short Tesla. You can access the S&P 500. This is done through crypto-based synthetics — which gives users exposure to assets without needing to hold or own the underlying asset. This is all possible with protocols like UMA, Synthetix, or Market protocol.
Maybe your style of investing is more passive. With PoolTogether , you can participate in a no-loss lottery.
Maybe you’re an advanced trader and want to trade options or futures. You can do that with DeFi protocols like Convexity, Futureswap, and dYdX. Maybe you live on the wild side and trade on margin or leverage, you can do that with protocols like Fulcrum, Nuo, and DDEX. Or maybe you’re a degenerate gambler and want to bet against Trump in the upcoming election, you can do that on Augur.
And there are plenty of DeFi protocols to help with crypto investing. You could use Set Protocol if you need automated trading strategies. You could use Melonport if you’re an asset manager. You could use Balancer to automatically rebalance your portfolio.
With as little as $1, people all over the world can have access to the same investment opportunities and tools that used to be reserved for only the wealthy, or those lucky enough to be born in the right country.
You can start to imagine how services like Etrade, TD Ameritrade, Schwab, and even Robinhood could be massively disrupted by a crypto-native company that builds with these types of protocols at their foundation.
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Insurance

As mentioned in our previous post, there are near-infinite applications one can build on Ethereum. As a result, sometimes the code doesn’t work as expected. Bugs get through, it breaks. We’re still early in our industry. The tools, frameworks, and best practices are all still being established. Things can go wrong.
Sometimes the application just gets in a weird or bad state where funds can’t be recovered — like with what happened with Parity where $280M got frozen (yes, I lost some money in that). Sometimes, there are hackers who discover a vulnerability in the code and maliciously steal funds — like how dForce lost $25M a few months ago, or how The DAO lost $50M a few years ago. And sometimes the system works as designed, but the economic model behind it is flawed, so a clever user takes advantage of the system— like what recently happened with Balancer where they lost $500k.
There are a lot of risks when interacting with smart contracts and decentralized applications — especially for ones that haven’t stood the test of time. This is why insurance is such an important development in DeFi.
Insurance will be an essential component in helping this technology reach the masses.
Two protocols that are leading the way on DeFi insurance are Nexus Mutual and Opyn. Though they are both still just getting started, many people are already using them. And we’re excited to start working with them at Genesis Block.
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Exchanges & Liquidity

Decentralized Exchanges (DEX) were one of the first and most developed categories in DeFi. A DEX allows a user to easily exchange one crypto asset for another crypto asset — but without needing to sign up for an account, verify identity, etc. It’s all via decentralized protocols.
Within the first 5 months of 2020, the top 7 DEX already achieved the 2019 trading volume. That was $2.5B. DeFi is fueling a lot of this growth.
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There are many different flavors of DEX. Some of the early ones included 0x, IDEX, and EtherDelta — all of which had a traditional order book model where buyers are matched with sellers.
Another flavor is the pooled liquidity approach where the price is determined algorithmically based on how much liquidity there is and how much the user wants to buy. This is known as an AMM (Automated Market Maker) — Uniswap and Bancor were early leaders here. Though lately, Balancer has seen incredible growth due mostly to their strong incentives for participation — similar to Compound.
There are some DEXs that are more specialized — for example, Curve and mStable focus mostly only stablecoins. Because of the proliferation of these decentralized exchanges, there are now aggregators that combine and connect the liquidity of many sources. Those include Kyber, Totle, 1Inch, and Dex.ag.
These decentralized exchanges are becoming more and more connected to DeFi because they provide an opportunity for yield and earning interest.
Users can earn passive income by supplying liquidity to these markets. It usually comes in the form of sharing transaction fee revenue (Uniswap) or token rewards (Balancer).
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Payments

As it relates to making payments, much of the world is still stuck on plastic cards. We’re grateful to partner with Visa and launch the Genesis Block debit card… but we still don’t believe that's the future of payments. We see that as an important bridge between the past (legacy finance) and the future (crypto).
Our first post in this series shared more on why legacy finance is broken. We talked about the countless unnecessary middle-men on every card swipe (merchant, acquiring bank, processor, card network, issuing bank). We talked about the slow settlement times.
The future of payments will be much better. Yes, it’ll be from a mobile phone and the user experience will be similar to ApplePay (NFC) or WePay (QR Code).
But more importantly, the underlying assets being moved/exchanged will all be crypto — digital, permissionless, and open source.
Someone making a payment at the grocery store check-out line will be able to open up Genesis Block, use contactless tech or scan a QR code, and instantly pay for their goods. All using crypto. Likely a stablecoin. Settlement will be instant. All the middlemen getting their pound of flesh will be disintermediated. The merchant can make more and the user can spend less. Blockchain FTW!
Now let’s talk about a few projects working in this area. The xDai Burner Wallet experience was incredible at the ETHDenver event a few years ago, but that speed came at the expense of full decentralization (can it be censored or shut down?). Of course, Facebook’s Libra wants to become the new standard for global payments, but many are afraid to give Facebook that much control (newsflash: it isn’t very decentralized).
Bitcoin is decentralized… but it’s slow and volatile. There are strong projects like Lightning Network (Zap example) that are still trying to make it happen. Projects like Connext and OmiseGo are trying to help bring payments to Ethereum. The Flexa project is leveraging the gift card rails, which is a nice hack to leverage existing pipes. And if ETH 2.0 is as fast as they say it will be, then the future of payments could just be a stablecoin like DAI (a token on Ethereum).
In a way, being able to spend crypto on daily expenses is the holy grail of use-cases. It’s still early. It hasn’t yet been solved. But once we achieve this, then we can ultimately and finally say goodbye to the legacy banking & finance world. Employees can be paid in crypto. Employees can spend in crypto. It changes everything.
Legacy finance is hanging on by a thread, and it’s this use-case that they are still clinging to. Once solved, DeFi domination will be complete.
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Impact on Genesis Block

At Genesis Block, we’re excited to leverage these protocols and take this incredible technology to the world. Many of these protocols are already deeply integrated with our product. In fact, many are essential. The masses won’t know (or care about) what Tether, USDC, or DAI is. They think in dollars, euros, pounds and pesos. So while the user sees their local currency in the app, the underlying technology is all leveraging stablecoins. It’s all on “crypto rails.”
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When users deposit assets into their Genesis Block account, they expect to earn interest. They expect that money to grow. We leverage many of these low-risk lending/exchange DeFi protocols. We lend into decentralized money markets like Compound — where all loans are overcollateralized. Or we supply liquidity to AMM exchanges like Balancer. This allows us to earn interest and generate yield for our depositors. We’re the experts so our users don’t need to be.
We haven’t yet integrated with any of the insurance or investment protocols — but we certainly plan on it. Our infrastructure is built with blockchain technology at the heart and our system is extensible — we’re ready to add assets and protocols when we feel they are ready, safe, secure, and stable. Many of these protocols are still in the experimental phase. It’s still early.
At Genesis Block we’re excited to continue to be at the frontlines of this incredible, innovative, technological revolution called DeFi.
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None of these powerful DeFi protocols will be replacing Robinhood, SoFi, or Venmo anytime soon. They never will. They aren’t meant to! We’ve discussed this before, these are low-level protocols that need killer applications, like Genesis Block.
So now that we’ve gone a little deeper down the rabbit hole and we’ve done this whirlwind tour of DeFi, the natural next question is: why?
Why does any of it matter?
Most of these financial services that DeFi offers already exist in the real world. So why does it need to be on a blockchain? Why does it need to be decentralized? What new value is unlocked? Next post, we answer these important questions.
To look at more projects in DeFi, check out DeFi Prime, DeFi Pulse, or Consensys.
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LOEx Market Research Report on July 7: Due to insufficient energy, BTC stagfled and the second-line collective rose

LOEx Market Research Report on July 7: Due to insufficient energy, BTC stagfled and the second-line collective rose
[Today's Hot Tips]
1. [Gyeonggi-do Program, South Korea to launch the Universal Basic Income Program (UBI) supported by local stablecoins]
According to cryptonews, as part of the post-coronavirus pandemic economic stimulus package, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea now hopes to advance the Universal Basic Income Program (UBI), which will use existing or new stablecoins to replace fiat currencies. Stablecoins can be used through QR codes and smart phone-based wallets. The province plans to issue stablecoins worth about $1 billion this year, double the number issued last year. Projects of this size are likely to require approval from the central government, but the South Korean government has previously stated that it is prepared to weigh UBI's arguments-a debate on the feasibility of UBI issuance is scheduled for later this year.
2. [3400 points on the Shanghai Index Station, the Shenzhen Stock Exchange Blockchain 50 Index rose 0.61%]]
At the opening of the A-share market, the Shanghai index rose by more than 2%, standing at 3,400 points, a new high since February 2018. The Shanghai Stock Exchange Index reported 3405.6 points (+2.18%), the Shenzhen Stock Exchange Component Index reported 13116.15 points (+1.36%), and the Shenzhen Blockchain 50 Index reported 3970.33 points (+0.61%). Straight Flush digital currency sector rose 1.12%.
3. [Iran requires cryptocurrency miners to register with the government within one month]
According to Coindesk's news on July 7, Iranian Vice President Eshaq Jahangiri announced on Monday that the country's cryptocurrency miners must register mining machines with the government within a month.
[Today's market analysis]
Bitcoin (BTC)
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In the early hours of this morning, BTC slightly increased above 9300 USDT and then fell back. It is now fluctuating around 9290 USDT. Mainstream currencies have risen. BTC is currently reported at 9272 USDT on LOEx Global, a drop of 0.32% in 24h.
The stock has been rising, but the currency circle has been standing still. It is reasonable to say that the stock market said last time to absorb the currency circle funds. But once the magical place like the currency circle is launched, the stock market is only a small increase.
Yesterday’s BSV suddenly started, and this strong currency has burst by 30% in one day, driving the rise of the entire second-tier currency. Therefore, the rally in the currency circle was much better than the stock market yesterday. Users who bought BSV made a big profit directly .
BSV often takes an independent market. As long as the hotspots related to Auburn Seng can rise or fall sharply, the BSV surge is related to the cases of 1.1 million Bitcoin in the Auburn Sat and Chelsea family. It will be sentenced in the near future, but no news has been received yet.
The current market is that it cannot rise, the currency market lacks funds to make a breakthrough, and it cannot fall. There is a certain amount of support at the early stage of the volume pile. It does not fall so fast, so it can only be that the pie does not rise, and other second-tier currencies rise, but it is a rising way of shrinkage, and the high level should not stay for a long time.
Operation suggestions:
Support level: the first support level is 9200 points, the second support level is 9000 integers;
Resistance level: the first resistance level is 9300 points, the second resistance level is 9500 points.
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Please help am i being scammed?

Hello, Redditors of this post section. I wanted some help. I have been applied for a job at this company called PRIZM LOGISTICS INC which is supposedly based in Edmonton, AB, Canada.
the company description that is given to me by the person in contact is:
"Nature of our business are logistic. Our customers are individuals and companies. Your daily activities will be: accept payments from customers, process, prepare documentation, reports, replenishment via BTC customer accounts. As for your account, you will work with it only during probation period, because corporate account our company will prepare for you about 10 working days. Via BTC, our customers pay for the delivery of containers from the Chinese ports of Hong Kong and Shanghai. It is much faster and more convenient than transacting through international bank transfer."
which was fine. logistics companies are big and blah blah but what is fishy is the probation period of the job. 14 days trial and then job. I don't like how it sounds.
my duties according to them are:
"1. Our customer will send the payment to your email address through the
interac Etransfer system. 2. You will need to deposit this payment
to your bank account through an online transfer, you will receive a
link from the interac system using which you deposit the payment. 3. As
soon as you receive the link you should inform me of this then I will
provide you with the following information. 4. Then I will provide you
with the nearest ATM Bitcoin in your city which is not far from you
and the same instructions on how to use this ATM Bitcoin to easily buy
cryptocurrency. Please do not worry, I will always help you and
provide all instructions for you to successfully complete your task.
You will receive 5% of the payment amount. You should withdraw 95% of
the payment amount and I will provide you with a QR Code of our
counter-agent who will receive payment in bitcoins. 5. If there are
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and this just got fishier. I was definitely sure they are trying to scam me but I am not sure. is this a scam?
the problem is that they have a bunch of my details regarding my bank. I gave them my direct deposit instructions because you know you give that to your company so they can send the money you earn or salary. and they wanted more before which I told them there are some technical difficulties with the account and I need to talk to the customer service for it.
Please help. I don't want to get stuck with a scam and my sensitive information being with them. What do I do now that they have this information?
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btc.com to electrum

Hello,I've made the mistake to store my purchased bitcoins in a btc.com wallet. Now I can't send them and the support is not helpful.I decided to try to restore the wallet in electrum (haven't done it before) using the seed. I thought that this was in the recovery pdf (Encrypted Primary Seed) but it says BIP39 checksum falied.
Can someone help me with this?
P.S. I have also tried restoring the wallet in https://recovery.blocktrail.com but I don't have a webcam and can't scan the public keys QR code.
Edit: I found the right seed phrase (it's the backup seed from the pdf if anyone else is looking for this) but I still can't see the btc amount in electrum.
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Affiliate program Tokens.net (earn BTC)

How Does It Work Affiliate program page allows you to view, generate, manage and delete your affiliate codes as well as view registration and payout statistics. You can share your affiliate link on your website, social media or any anywhere else. If a client visits our website or platform using your affiliate link and registers an account in the next 3 months, they will count as your referee. When your referees trade we pay a percentage of the collected fees back to you.
Affiliate Codes When visiting the affiliate program for the first time you will notice that we already prepared an affiliate code for you. You can create additional affiliate codes to keep track of separate campaigns. For example, you can share one affiliate code on your website and another on social media which allows you to track which of those brings you more referees. By clicking "Invite Now" you can see downloadable QR code which you can use in physical media as well as prepared URLs for sharing your affiliate code on various social media platforms. When creating a new affiliate code you can decide to give part of the fees back to your referees, either for a limited period or forever. See question mark symbol in "Generate Affiliate Code" form for more information.
Fee Share You are paid a certain percentage of trading fees collected from your referees. How much you are paid is determined by your DTR and total account balance and ranges from 30% (tier 1) to 50% (tier 5). Click the question mark next to "Fee share rate" for detailed information.
Payouts Payouts are performed daily (soon after UTC midnight) for the previous day. All payouts are paid in bitcoin (BTC) to your main account. When calculating payouts we sum trading volume from all your referees and multiply it with the average fee amount. We count a 0.1% fee for both makers and takers even though all fees are paid by makers in reality. This is done so that payouts are distributed more fairly and you get paid even if your referee is a market maker and never takes any trades. The calculated fee amount is multiplied with your fee share rate (30-50%) and converted to BTC using the current market price.
Example Calculation Trading volume of your referees for previous day: 100,000 USD Average fee: 0.1% Fee share: 50% Bitcoin price: 10,000 USD Payout: 100,000 USD * 0.1% * 50% / 10,000 BTC/USD = 0.005 BTC 0.005 BTC is paid to your main account
https://www.tokens.net/blog/affiliate-program/
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