nomossAll the tears I shed for people losing their environment destroying "currency" could fit on the head of a pin.
ty_ger07It's funny how websites continue to cause cryptocurrency to be stolen when it is otherwise impossible to steal. When will this end? There should be money in it for someone who finds a solution.
Grey_Beardty_ger07It's funny how websites continue to cause cryptocurrency to be stolen when it is otherwise impossible to steal. When will this end? There should be money in it for someone who finds a solution.Eventually you will realize the money is in the theft not stopping it. You mention this is impossible to steal while posting in a thread about it getting stolen. Hmmm.
kram36Grey_Beardty_ger07It's funny how websites continue to cause cryptocurrency to be stolen when it is otherwise impossible to steal. When will this end? There should be money in it for someone who finds a solution.Eventually you will realize the money is in the theft not stopping it. You mention this is impossible to steal while posting in a thread about it getting stolen. Hmmm.If you keep your digital assets in your own reputable private wallet and don't store the passkey where someone can find it on your pc, it's pretty much impossible to steal. A cold storage wallet, you're pretty much golden. Leaving your digital assets on a website is not a smart move.
MiguellnomossAll the tears I shed for people losing their environment destroying "currency" could fit on the head of a pin. you and me bothunfortunately people want easy money,. its and old human desire ! crypto provides just that and it wont die .. as a matter of fact i believe most of the people who lost big chucks of their savings... will enter the crypto market again... as soon as they can.. already saw a documentary about this.. and they admit that despite losing they would try again because.... its easy money! greed will beat the will to have a 9 to 5 job for 40 years any day...
Nereus Soon as Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are recognized as official legal tender (like El Salvador has), then this effectively becomes a very large bank heist. People who hack into and rob banks get serious jail time. The same should apply for crypto. Until then, it's basically a digital California - take whatever you want, nobody is going to do anything about it other than maybe give a light smack on the hand for being naughty, and for the victims.. cry me a river.
Miguellcrypto has no country and knows no borders! i'm not sure how this would be regulated...
Nereus Wow.. $120m stolen from BadgerDAO, then $150m from BitMart.. Seems safer to just stuff your mattress with cash.