What is this? Can I short B33R? I prefer staking, can B33R be staked? Am I late to B33R? I don't want to get into B33R and have Whale 51% B33R and take control. What is the hashing power of B33R? What type of proof is required for B33R? I prefer PoA as I'm a greener, no PoW or PoS for me.I pay my crew in a cool currency called B33R. They seem to like it.
this whole thread has been reported to new Management as well as the FBI and SEC. @MR.CLEAN you as a former person that was a trainedSnaggs- people aren't going to buy some bullshit crypto you just made up. Has to have pedigree. KEeL Qoins have been around for literally weeks. You can't just snap your fingers and get that kind of pedigree and stability.
This is why I'm paying my crew with NFTs minted on my Google Drive. I charge them a flat gas rate of 75USD to "share" the NFT off my drive.Here is a concept that i recently came across...
BSV is the real bitcoin. BSV stands for bitcoin santoshi vision.
It has the 5 pillars for being a digital commodity. No other cryptos do, according to this guy on youtube, channel name BitcoinSV TV.
They changed bitcoin(BTC) in the past. Now the signatures are separated from the contracts. Some other cyptos are controlled by 1 company making them a currency that can be altered by that company. That is not the Santoshi vision.
There is a theory that having all the many cryptos is hiding the fact that if everyone used BSV, there would be very few banks needed, if any. BSV is decentralized, and the shaw256 blockchain is not hakable so it is secure for transactions with no need for a bank. The BSV would act like a commodity and gain value as use increased, slowly bringing taxes down because of the increased value. Assuming we all payed with BSV...in theory
paying for stuff with bsv and many other cryptos is a pain these days, but they are working on it.
also the gas fees on metamask get pretty high...minting an nft with eth can be costly too, plus many of them on opensea.io have zero chance of ever being bought, from my experience.