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Mike suggests
My plan is to get my crypto onto a wallet and off of the exchanges. I am still learning the ins and outs of that. Exchanges holding your money can result in loss of ALL of your crypto. FTX anyone?
Thieves are everywhere with cool looks and smiles and words and are about to fuck you in the ass(no apology for my "French").
Chris says
"When trading, your orders are either maker(adds liquidity) or taker(removes liquidity) from the liquidity pool. Limit orders are maker. Market orders are taker. Taker is usually more expensive. Post orders are cheapest since they are limit orders than are added to the order book with less priority, but can be canceled by the automated market maker. Try to use limit orders as much as possible as there is no spread and the fees are lower. Market orders are a sure way to see your balance drop since you are "forcing" your order into the order book and the market maker almost always gives you the shittier price".
Chris shows
1. Deposit $100 cash into aave.com as collateral
2. Borrow $75 in BTC (0.002 bitcoins)
3. Sell borrowed BTC immediately and put the $75 cash in your pocket.
4. When BTC drops in price, take $50 cash from your pocket and buy 0.002 bitcoins -- BTC is cheaper, so it is now only 50 for .002 BTC
Mike sees that
Governments(banks) are worried about their monopoly on the creation(counterfeiting) of their fiat money because crypto currencies can supplant fiat COMPLETELY. All it will take is for businesses and individuals to convert to using ONLY crypto. Note: We will have to figure out how to easily tip strippers on the dance floor or after lap dances.
The Federal(NOT) Reserve wants to switch to crypto counterfeiting in an effort to gain control of ALL cryptocurrencies.
In March 2022 the UK banned all Bitcoin ATM's as part of the big banks' wars on all crypto which they do not control.
If we are to gain/retain our freedom from government/corporate monopolies we need to move into a parallel society (which includes WEB3) and which uses ONLY cryptocurrencies which are not subject to government/corporate/fascist meddling.

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Blockchain technology
It has taken a long time but blockchain technology is here to stay; It is still a relatively small tree growing and branching out like a giant Sequoia surrounded by sprouting child-seedlings.
NOTE: CryptoSurge Win is [currently] NOT here to help seasoned traders. This page is [primarily] to provide useful information to help NEWBIES. We are advancing our My Crypto Currencies management database tool and hope to provide it to registered users by mid-2023.
  1. Entering the CRYPTOMAZE

  2. Don't be afraid, just proceed with caution and a lot of patience, and respect yourself that you can do this.
    All you need to get started to trade or to invest or just stash your money in cryptocurrency is a computer or Internet-connected cellphone and a little spare money in your bank account.
    I am suggesting just a few Cryptocoin Exchanges for you to sign up on. Since you technically only need one exchange then one is fine. Three or four can have certain advantages as you grow and learn but more than, say, four or five is generally not necessary, not to mention, the more you have, the harder it is to control your money and can also increase the risk of losing money. Having solid, reputable exchanges is vital. There are various risks involved with exchanges such as fly-by-night scam exchanges, exchanges being shut down in your country, exchanges pulling out of or becoming inaccesible in your country(or state); I do not need to list everything, just proceed carefully in this phase. My ONLY suggestions are Coinbase/Coinbase Pro, Kucoin, Gemini, and Gate-io.(As we learn of more good options we will share them on this page). Choose carefully and do your research. I am not saying "don't" use other exchanges. There are [too]many legitimate platforms but I wouldn't be too hasty to dive into those, especially without first gaining a good working knowledge of how blockchains, altchains and exchanges work.

    Table of Definitions and Terms(we are adding more as soon and as quickly as possible)

    Web3 Web3 is the decentralized Internet. Web2 refers to the version of the internet most of us know today. An internet dominated by companies that provide services in exchange for your personal data. Web3, in the context of Ethereum, refers to decentralized apps that run on the blockchain. These are apps that allow anyone to participate without monetising their personal data.
    Web3 is the future of the Internet and represents uncensorable freedom so expect governments/corporations to attempt extreme intervention.
    See unstoppabledomains.com also
    Altcoins Altcoins, short for “alternative coins,” are all cryptocurrencies other than Bitcoin and Ethereum. Altcoins are classified into several types: utility tokens, DeFi tokens, NFT tokens, stablecoins, meme tokens, etc. Most altcoins do not have their own blockchain and are usually minted on altchains.
    Gas[fees] (Ethereum) Gas is the fee paid for executing transactions on the Ethereum blockchain. Want to move ETH between different addresses? That transaction requires gas. Want to mint some NFTs? That requires gas too. What about exchanging ETH for different tokens? You guessed it, more gas!
    Excellent explanation on Medium.com - This is a must-read for those unfamiliar with the meanings and implications of gas fees -
    DAPPS Dapps are decentralized apps. They are like normal apps, and offer similar functions, but the key difference is they are run on a peer-to-peer network, such as a blockchain.
    Excellent explanation on Decrypt.com - This is a must-read for those unfamiliar with the meanings and implications of DAPPSs -
    ERC-20 ERC-20 is similar, in some respects, to bitcoin, Litecoin, and any other cryptocurrency; ERC-20 tokens are blockchain-based assets that have value and can be sent and received. The primary difference is that instead of running on their own blockchain, ERC-20 tokens are issued on the Ethereum network.
    Here is a detailed explanation on Investopedia

    Coinbase Pro Help

    Coinbase Pro(GDAX) Help - Overview of order types and settings (market, stop, limit)
    Market Orders A market order will execute immediately at the best available current market price
    Stop Orders A stop order lets you specify the price at which the order should execute. If it falls to that price, your order will trigger a sell
    Limit Orders Post Only will ensure that your limit order is posted to the order book and sits on the order book to be charged a Maker Fees if it is filled. If any part of the order would execute immediately due to its price when arriving at the matching engine, the entire order will be rejected. This is useful for ensuring that an order is not subject to Taker Fees, if desired. If you do not enable Post Only, any part of an order that is at a price that would execute immediately, will execute immediately and be charged Taker Fees; any remainder of the order will remain on the order book and will be charged Maker Fees if filled. Allow Taker will allow the order to be executed regardless of whether it crosses the spread to fill an existing order. If any part of the order crosses the spread, that portion will be assessed according to the taker fee rate.


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Coinmarketcap A must-have reference. Excellent news, links, help article on cryptocurrencies, exchanges and more.
Coinmarketcap Another must-have reference. Important news and links on all cryptocurrencies
Decrypt The very best crypto news. A MUST for keeping informed
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Aave is THE LIQUIDITY PROTOCOL Aave is an open source and non-custodial liquidity protocol for earning interest on deposits and borrowing assets.
Binance Binance US does not offer services in New York due to missing regulatory requirements which NY requires. 12 more states are also affected: Alaska, Alabama, Connecticut, Georgia, Florida, Hawaii, Louisiana, North Carolina, Idaho, Vermont, Washington, Texas.
NFT's & DeFi's In-built tools like oracles, smart contracts, and cryptocurrencies, DeFi allows decentralized financial management. Everything from loans to invoicing can be done on DeFi. Reading the two there is a connection that can be made. The assets of NFTs to the infrastructure of DeFi. You’re on the right track, let’s explore this further. From NFT to DeFi
Kucoin Exchange Kucoin is a great exchange with MANY options, MANY coins, and GOOD rates Cryptocoin exchange
List_of_cryptocurrencies After the creation of bitcoin, the number of cryptocurrencies available over the internet is growing.[1] This is a list of notable cryptocurrencies. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gemini Exchange Apparently Gemini exchange handles about 70 of the most popular coins at good rates Signup is pretty smooth but bank deposit setup requires you to do a wire transfer(in my bank it is a $25.00 fee). You can link your debit cards.
Coinbase Exchange Coinbase exchange handles about 140-150 of the most popular coins at pretty fair rates
You can link your bank accounts and debit cards. Fast transfers.
Easy to use. Signup is fine, not too fast to do though. Rates are not always great but this is one of the easiest exchanges there is to use.
Coinbase Pro Coinbase Pro is linked to your coinbase account. Add money, coins, send. Place automated buy/sell orders. Learn your stuff before risking money.
Cryptopedia Decentralized finance is delivering tremendous value and utility to consumers through automation-driven, blockchain-based financial products and services that are defining a new crypto-economy. Take a deep dive into DeFi to learn about some of the hottest projects in the sector. A Deep Dive Into DeFi
Cryptopedia The introduction of Bitcoin in 2009 marked a paradigm shift in the evolution of technology and finance. Everything else you see or learn or hear about in crypto can trace its roots back to the original cryptocurrency. If you understand Bitcoin, it will serve as a strong foundation for all your crypto knowledge. Begin With Bitcoin
Cryptopedia Ethereum has the potential to serve as the framework for a new decentralized Internet. Launched in 2015, the Ethereum blockchain builds on the decentralized and distributed architecture of Bitcoin. However, by introducing smart contracts — which support an ecosystem of decentralized applications (dApps) — Ethereum expands well beyond Bitcoin’s core functionality as a payments platform. The Ethereum platform is open-source, programmable, and censorship-resistant. Because of its open-ended nature, Ethereum has given rise to a broad array of innovation, including Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs), stablecoins, and decentralized finance (DeFi) applications. Ethereum Explained: A Guide to the World Supercomputer
cryptocurrencyfacts Cryptocurrency facts takes a simplified look at digital currencies like Bitcoin to help explain what cryptocurrency is, how it works, and its implications. On this site, we cover everything you need to know about: CryptoCurrency Facts, Myths, Tips, and Tricks
Bitcoin dot com “At the end of the day, what determines the platform’s success and value is the speed and level of adoption. That occurs when the team has developed a platform that solves an economic problem,” he opined.
O’Leary proceeded to offer his opinion about meme cryptocurrencies. Noting that “long term coins that have no economic value are that because they don’t solve anything or create any value,” he cautioned.
Why he prefers Ethereum over Bitcoin
blockchain dot com Blockchain exchange is only available in the US in Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, New Hampshire New Mexico, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Utah, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. Weird how this falls muchly along political party lines.
investopedia arbitrage KEY TAKEAWAYS ON ARBITRAGE:
  • Arbitrage is the simultaneous purchase and sale of an asset in different       markets to exploit tiny differences in their prices.
  • Arbitrage trades are made in stocks, commodities, and currencies.
  • Arbitrage takes advantage of the inevitable inefficiencies in markets..
  • Arbitrage can be used whenever any stock, commodity, or currency may be purchased in one market at a given price and simultaneously sold in another market at a higher price. The situation creates an opportunity for a risk-free profit for the trader.

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