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2021-12-03 7:06:15 PM  
It's a scam
 
2021-12-03 9:08:42 PM  
Translation: I don't like markets I can't manipulate.
 
2021-12-03 9:42:23 PM  

Lsherm: Translation: I don't like markets I can't manipulate.


Haha. Imagine thinking you can't manipulate crypto markets
 
2021-12-03 10:46:07 PM  
That money is not being spent on Berkshire Hathaway stock is what ticks him off
 
2021-12-03 11:04:16 PM  

cretinbob: It's a scam


Crypto-currencies are not scams. They are unregulated financial instruments in which pretty much all have no central authority, which is why they are dangerous. Several depressions in the USA showed us why not having a central authority in our banking system is a bad idea.
 
2021-12-03 11:11:54 PM  
It's no bigger a scam than music and movies you don't own. RIAA and MPAA made sure with the DMCA that you'll never legally own digital media ever again.

Somehow they've convinced you all that a non-transferable limited use license to a song on iTunes is worth $0.99 of your hard earned money.
 
2021-12-03 11:23:00 PM  
He's just jealous of how rich I am.
 
2021-12-03 11:27:17 PM  

cman: cretinbob: It's a scam

Crypto-currencies are not scams. They are unregulated financial instruments in which pretty much all have no central authority, which is why they are dangerous. Several depressions in the USA showed us why not having a central authority in our banking system is a bad idea.


I think he was talking about Charlie Munger.
 
2021-12-03 11:29:20 PM  

Gubbo: Lsherm: Translation: I don't like markets I can't manipulate.

Haha. Imagine thinking you can't manipulate crypto markets


They can't control and dominate nearly like they can with a traditional currency market though.  Not to be meant as an endorsement of either side, they both got issues, but with bitcoin you don't have to be a gigantic economic machine to do your manipulation - any half-determined bunch of assholes can mess around - for good or ill
 
2021-12-03 11:35:27 PM  

Some Junkie Cosmonaut: Gubbo: Lsherm: Translation: I don't like markets I can't manipulate.

Haha. Imagine thinking you can't manipulate crypto markets

They can't control and dominate nearly like they can with a traditional currency market though.  Not to be meant as an endorsement of either side, they both got issues, but with bitcoin you don't have to be a gigantic economic machine to do your manipulation - any half-determined bunch of assholes can mess around - for good or ill


So what you're saying is that people with all the financial and tech resources in the world, who could fark with prices at a whim decided not to.

Actually, why haven't they. I can only assume they didn't have enough people on the other side to be worth the trouble.
 
2021-12-03 11:55:13 PM  
Old turd who has underperformed the indexes and other hedge funds for years is upset that other people are making money.

fark him. Especially since a huge amount of his wealth comes from energy investments. I hope a half-starved polar bear eats his leg.
 
2021-12-04 12:46:26 AM  
Old Man used Yell.
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2021-12-04 12:47:47 AM  

Gubbo: Some Junkie Cosmonaut: Gubbo: Lsherm: Translation: I don't like markets I can't manipulate.

Haha. Imagine thinking you can't manipulate crypto markets

They can't control and dominate nearly like they can with a traditional currency market though.  Not to be meant as an endorsement of either side, they both got issues, but with bitcoin you don't have to be a gigantic economic machine to do your manipulation - any half-determined bunch of assholes can mess around - for good or ill

So what you're saying is that people with all the financial and tech resources in the world, who could fark with prices at a whim decided not to.

Actually, why haven't they. I can only assume they didn't have enough people on the other side to be worth the trouble.


Not at all - they can all they want.  But they're used to being the only ones that can do that.  You needed that level of resources to seriously fark with hard currency trading.  Bitcoin?  Doesn't take near that.  Now they have competition, and competition sucks - especially when you're used to very little to speak of.  Their club has been invaded by the hoi polloi and nasty swarthy types, and they're not happy about that shiat

/like I said ;p
 
2021-12-04 4:08:09 AM  
The crypto market just crashed so maybe he has a point.
 
2021-12-04 4:50:55 AM  

Ishkur: The crypto market just crashed so maybe he has a point.


Lolz. Litecoin got absolutely crushed.
 
2021-12-04 5:09:39 AM  

Gubbo: Lsherm: Translation: I don't like markets I can't manipulate.

Haha. Imagine thinking you can't manipulate crypto markets


If Munger could manipulate them, he wouldn't be whining.
 
2021-12-04 9:11:45 AM  

Rapmaster2000: He's just jealous of how rich I am.


And totally jelly that he can't control that market, which is definitely the way that investor types definitely totally think.  Maybe he should act more like egalitarian crypto, where the top 0.1% only controls half of bitcoin mining operations.
 
2021-12-04 9:15:11 AM  
Charlie Munger has been admiring China quite a bit lately.

America can learn from Communist China, says Berkshire's Charlie Munger - CNN
 
2021-12-04 11:06:37 AM  

neaorin: Charlie Munger has been admiring China quite a bit lately.

America can learn from Communist China, says Berkshire's Charlie Munger - CNN


His architecture certainly feels very centralized and authoritarian.
 
2021-12-04 11:22:33 AM  

cretinbob: It's a scam


Or

Charlie is an old fart and the current racket has paid off well for him.  Why would he want change??
 
2021-12-04 11:24:57 AM  

Lsherm: Translation: I don't like markets I can't manipulate.


Public decentralized open source blockchains decentralize power and control.

That makes the current criminals in our system very nervous.

The system is rigged
--Bernie Sanders

Blockchain
Web3
Digital Democracy
 
2021-12-04 11:25:28 AM  

MetaDeth: That money is not being spent on Berkshire Hathaway stock is what ticks him off


I heard that one hit bone
 
2021-12-04 11:27:47 AM  

cman: cretinbob: It's a scam

Crypto-currencies are not scams. They are unregulated financial instruments in which pretty much all have no central authority, which is why they are dangerous. Several depressions in the USA showed us why not having a central authority in our banking system is a bad idea.


How is Democracy dangerous??

Blockchains are a immutable trustless system that decentralizes power and control.

Unless you love concentrated power and control that gives you no voice
 
2021-12-04 11:29:16 AM  

137 Is An Excellent Time: It's no bigger a scam than music and movies you don't own. RIAA and MPAA made sure with the DMCA that you'll never legally own digital media ever again.

Somehow they've convinced you all that a non-transferable limited use license to a song on iTunes is worth $0.99 of your hard earned money.


Its called rent seeking

Why let someone buy and own something when they can just charge you rent forever??
 
2021-12-04 11:31:12 AM  

Ivo Shandor: Old Man used Yell.
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It's Super Effective!


Ethereum is up over 500% in the last year.

Dont buy the coin
Buy its underlying blockchain
 
2021-12-04 11:33:10 AM  

Ishkur: The crypto market just crashed so maybe he has a point.


Bitcoin has been crashing and failing for almost 13 years now.

Ethereum has been doing same for 6.5 years.

Over time these swings will smooth out.
Blockchain tech is still an infant
 
2021-12-04 11:34:17 AM  

neaorin: Charlie Munger has been admiring China quite a bit lately.

America can learn from Communist China, says Berkshire's Charlie Munger - CNN


Used car capitalists do love that sweet commie labor.

Like bees to honey
 
2021-12-04 11:44:47 AM  

Linux_Yes: Ivo Shandor: Old Man used Yell.
[Fark user image image 662x514]
It's Super Effective!

Ethereum is up over 500% in the last year.

Dont buy the coin
Buy its underlying blockchain


How do you buy blockchain?
 
2021-12-04 12:00:53 PM  

MetaDeth: Linux_Yes: Ivo Shandor: Old Man used Yell.
[Fark user image image 662x514]
It's Super Effective!

Ethereum is up over 500% in the last year.

Dont buy the coin
Buy its underlying blockchain

How do you buy blockchain?


Too much focus on memecoins.

Eth is required to use the ethereum blockchain.  All kinds of dapps are being built on top of it.  Decentralized apps.

Thats what gives eth its value.  As more and more commerce is done on the blockchain, the value of eth will rise.

Blockchain tech is currently where the internet was in 1997.  And its growing faster than the internet was then
 
2021-12-04 12:11:33 PM  

Linux_Yes: cman: cretinbob: It's a scam

Crypto-currencies are not scams. They are unregulated financial instruments in which pretty much all have no central authority, which is why they are dangerous. Several depressions in the USA showed us why not having a central authority in our banking system is a bad idea.

How is Democracy dangerous??

Blockchains are a immutable trustless system that decentralizes power and control.

Unless you love concentrated power and control that gives you no voice


I like protection against crime: fraud, ransomware, money laundering.

I also like a central bank that can smooth the boom/bust cycle.

But dangle those yang worship words like "freedumb" and you'll discover how financially illiterate most people are.
 
2021-12-04 12:16:48 PM  

Linux_Yes: cman: cretinbob: It's a scam

Crypto-currencies are not scams. They are unregulated financial instruments in which pretty much all have no central authority, which is why they are dangerous. Several depressions in the USA showed us why not having a central authority in our banking system is a bad idea.

How is Democracy dangerous??

Blockchains are a immutable trustless system that decentralizes power and control.

Unless you love concentrated power and control that gives you no voice


Concentrated financial power in America's fed works for America's.benefit.
We have a voice through our votes.

America's government uses it's financial powers to save ALL of us when we have Black Swan events. NOBODY has told me how the US is supposed to pull money levers with decentralized crypto, if there is a pandemic or other event that causes a financial catastrophe. I'M WAITING.

Most popular current curremcies are rife with whales and a investors waiting for the greater fool, so you want to trade a centralized vehicle with some people that hold a lot of the wealth with a driverless car that also has a few people with a lot of.the wealth.

Those are only a few of the reasons decentralized crypto is terrible.

I get it, you want to get rich off your investment. But you are either CRAZY or CALLOUS in not understanding the amount of damage that would occur of government did not have currency levers to help out ALL of us.
 
2021-12-04 12:23:14 PM  

Linux_Yes: MetaDeth: Linux_Yes: Ivo Shandor: Old Man used Yell.
[Fark user image image 662x514]
It's Super Effective!

Ethereum is up over 500% in the last year.

Dont buy the coin
Buy its underlying blockchain

How do you buy blockchain?

Too much focus on memecoins.


NO.

They're ALL memecoins at this point.

That's part of the many problems. Bitcoin is just software that can be duplicated and relabelled.

There's nothing to stop us from having an endless number of cryptocurrencies. All you need is a critical mass of excitement and buy-in at the outset of each one.

It's moronic.
 
2021-12-04 12:26:17 PM  

Linux_Yes: 137 Is An Excellent Time: It's no bigger a scam than music and movies you don't own. RIAA and MPAA made sure with the DMCA that you'll never legally own digital media ever again.

Somehow they've convinced you all that a non-transferable limited use license to a song on iTunes is worth $0.99 of your hard earned money.

Its called rent seeking

Why let someone buy and own something when they can just charge you rent forever??


You youngsters. Just buy the 45. That way, you get a free B side.
 
2021-12-04 1:21:48 PM  

Schmerd1948: Linux_Yes: 137 Is An Excellent Time: It's no bigger a scam than music and movies you don't own. RIAA and MPAA made sure with the DMCA that you'll never legally own digital media ever again.

Somehow they've convinced you all that a non-transferable limited use license to a song on iTunes is worth $0.99 of your hard earned money.

Its called rent seeking

Why let someone buy and own something when they can just charge you rent forever??

You youngsters. Just buy the 45. That way, you get a free B side.


You know you deregulated crypto has big problems when EVEN the oldies that fell for the cheesy yoga, flower-power Krishna, and Jim Jones type cults decades ago are looking at deregulated crypto and saying "Hell no, that's a farking bullshiat cult!"

I guess every couple of generations humanity has to relearn through its own new cults.
Drink up the deregulated crypto kool-aid folks, then close your eyes, you'll be in Heaven before you know it! ;)
 
2021-12-04 1:27:54 PM  

ChibiDebuHage: America's government uses it's financial powers to save ALL of us when we have Black Swan events. NOBODY has told me how the US is supposed to pull money levers with decentralized crypto, if there is a pandemic or other event that causes a financial catastrophe. I'M WAITING.


No no... you see, the crypto proponents consider this a good thing. I'm not entirely certain as to why, but they do. I assume their thought process simply stops at "government = bad, no exceptions"
 
2021-12-04 1:30:36 PM  

ChibiDebuHage: Schmerd1948: Linux_Yes: 137 Is An Excellent Time: It's no bigger a scam than music and movies you don't own. RIAA and MPAA made sure with the DMCA that you'll never legally own digital media ever again.

Somehow they've convinced you all that a non-transferable limited use license to a song on iTunes is worth $0.99 of your hard earned money.

Its called rent seeking

Why let someone buy and own something when they can just charge you rent forever??

You youngsters. Just buy the 45. That way, you get a free B side.

You know you deregulated crypto has big problems when EVEN the oldies that fell for the cheesy yoga, flower-power Krishna, and Jim Jones type cults decades ago are looking at deregulated crypto and saying "Hell no, that's a farking bullshiat cult!"

I guess every couple of generations humanity has to relearn through its own new cults.
Drink up the deregulated crypto kool-aid folks, then close your eyes, you'll be in Heaven before you know it! ;)


Um... it's my birthday. Can I at least have this one last day before I go to heaven? And I think when I die, they're going to send me the farking Cleveland or someplace like that. For eternity. The horror, the horror.
 
2021-12-04 1:37:46 PM  

trialpha: ChibiDebuHage: America's government uses it's financial powers to save ALL of us when we have Black Swan events. NOBODY has told me how the US is supposed to pull money levers with decentralized crypto, if there is a pandemic or other event that causes a financial catastrophe. I'M WAITING.

No no... you see, the crypto proponents consider this a good thing. I'm not entirely certain as to why, but they do. I assume their thought process simply stops at "government = bad, no exceptions"


And having a system with massive moral hazard baked in is good?
 
2021-12-04 1:38:14 PM  

Pats_Cloth_Coat: Linux_Yes: cman: cretinbob: It's a scam

Crypto-currencies are not scams. They are unregulated financial instruments in which pretty much all have no central authority, which is why they are dangerous. Several depressions in the USA showed us why not having a central authority in our banking system is a bad idea.

How is Democracy dangerous??

Blockchains are a immutable trustless system that decentralizes power and control.

Unless you love concentrated power and control that gives you no voice

I like protection against crime: fraud, ransomware, money laundering.

I also like a central bank that can smooth the boom/bust cycle.

But dangle those yang worship words like "freedumb" and you'll discover how financially illiterate most people are.


I trust an immutable public open source peer to peer blockchain over crony capitalists any day.

If you bother to even read the news half assed as to the stunts theyve pulled over many decades you would too.

And besides the future will come regardless.

The fed does a good job printing money even though the fed consists of private banks
 
2021-12-04 1:41:37 PM  

ChibiDebuHage: Linux_Yes: cman: cretinbob: It's a scam

Crypto-currencies are not scams. They are unregulated financial instruments in which pretty much all have no central authority, which is why they are dangerous. Several depressions in the USA showed us why not having a central authority in our banking system is a bad idea.

How is Democracy dangerous??

Blockchains are a immutable trustless system that decentralizes power and control.

Unless you love concentrated power and control that gives you no voice

Concentrated financial power in America's fed works for America's.benefit.
We have a voice through our votes.

America's government uses it's financial powers to save ALL of us when we have Black Swan events. NOBODY has told me how the US is supposed to pull money levers with decentralized crypto, if there is a pandemic or other event that causes a financial catastrophe. I'M WAITING.

Most popular current curremcies are rife with whales and a investors waiting for the greater fool, so you want to trade a centralized vehicle with some people that hold a lot of the wealth with a driverless car that also has a few people with a lot of.the wealth.

Those are only a few of the reasons decentralized crypto is terrible.

I get it, you want to get rich off your investment. But you are either CRAZY or CALLOUS in not understanding the amount of damage that would occur of government did not have currency levers to help out ALL of us.


Decentralized anything is terrible in a nation owned by the 1%.

They have u right where they want you

I dont remember any blockchains bailed out by the public.

Ethereum, et al
Web3
Digital Democracy
 
2021-12-04 1:44:09 PM  

ChibiDebuHage: Linux_Yes: cman: cretinbob: It's a scam

Crypto-currencies are not scams. They are unregulated financial instruments in which pretty much all have no central authority, which is why they are dangerous. Several depressions in the USA showed us why not having a central authority in our banking system is a bad idea.

How is Democracy dangerous??

Blockchains are a immutable trustless system that decentralizes power and control.

Unless you love concentrated power and control that gives you no voice

Concentrated financial power in America's fed works for America's.benefit.
We have a voice through our votes.

America's government uses it's financial powers to save ALL of us when we have Black Swan events. NOBODY has told me how the US is supposed to pull money levers with decentralized crypto, if there is a pandemic or other event that causes a financial catastrophe. I'M WAITING.

Most popular current curremcies are rife with whales and a investors waiting for the greater fool, so you want to trade a centralized vehicle with some people that hold a lot of the wealth with a driverless car that also has a few people with a lot of.the wealth.

Those are only a few of the reasons decentralized crypto is terrible.

I get it, you want to get rich off your investment. But you are either CRAZY or CALLOUS in not understanding the amount of damage that would occur of government did not have currency levers to help out ALL of us.


When did rich crony capitalist ever care about ALL??

Their care abt themselves and their money/control.

Thats why they dont like public blockchains

Their system is destroying itself
 
2021-12-04 1:48:42 PM  

ChibiDebuHage: Linux_Yes: MetaDeth: Linux_Yes: Ivo Shandor: Old Man used Yell.
[Fark user image image 662x514]
It's Super Effective!

Ethereum is up over 500% in the last year.

Dont buy the coin
Buy its underlying blockchain

How do you buy blockchain?

Too much focus on memecoins.

NO.

They're ALL memecoins at this point.

That's part of the many problems. Bitcoin is just software that can be duplicated and relabelled.

There's nothing to stop us from having an endless number of cryptocurrencies. All you need is a critical mass of excitement and buy-in at the outset of each one.

It's moronic.


Ethereum has 257 ethereum related repositories on github.  Last count anyway.  Bitcoin has 4.

It is the most programmer active blockchain.  Building the future

I would hardly call that a neme....
 
2021-12-04 1:51:46 PM  

Likwit: trialpha: ChibiDebuHage: America's government uses it's financial powers to save ALL of us when we have Black Swan events. NOBODY has told me how the US is supposed to pull money levers with decentralized crypto, if there is a pandemic or other event that causes a financial catastrophe. I'M WAITING.

No no... you see, the crypto proponents consider this a good thing. I'm not entirely certain as to why, but they do. I assume their thought process simply stops at "government = bad, no exceptions"

And having a system with massive moral hazard baked in is good?


As long as they have the peoples money to bail them out.
 
2021-12-04 1:55:55 PM  

ChibiDebuHage: Schmerd1948: Linux_Yes: 137 Is An Excellent Time: It's no bigger a scam than music and movies you don't own. RIAA and MPAA made sure with the DMCA that you'll never legally own digital media ever again.

Somehow they've convinced you all that a non-transferable limited use license to a song on iTunes is worth $0.99 of your hard earned money.

Its called rent seeking

Why let someone buy and own something when they can just charge you rent forever??

You youngsters. Just buy the 45. That way, you get a free B side.

You know you deregulated crypto has big problems when EVEN the oldies that fell for the cheesy yoga, flower-power Krishna, and Jim Jones type cults decades ago are looking at deregulated crypto and saying "Hell no, that's a farking bullshiat cult!"

I guess every couple of generations humanity has to relearn through its own new cults.
Drink up the deregulated crypto kool-aid folks, then close your eyes, you'll be in Heaven before you know it! ;)


Its not heaven

Its the Future.

Blockchains are currently where the internet was in 1997.

Except blockchain tech is growing faster than the internet was then....
 
2021-12-04 1:58:04 PM  

Schmerd1948: Linux_Yes: 137 Is An Excellent Time: It's no bigger a scam than music and movies you don't own. RIAA and MPAA made sure with the DMCA that you'll never legally own digital media ever again.

Somehow they've convinced you all that a non-transferable limited use license to a song on iTunes is worth $0.99 of your hard earned money.

Its called rent seeking

Why let someone buy and own something when they can just charge you rent forever??

You youngsters. Just buy the 45. That way, you get a free B side.


Or you can buy it over and over for the rest of your life.

Ownership is for the 1%.
Everyone else should rent
 
2021-12-04 2:05:27 PM  
The dude's a choad, but he's not wrong. Crypto is heinous.
 
2021-12-04 2:31:03 PM  

Likwit: trialpha: ChibiDebuHage: America's government uses it's financial powers to save ALL of us when we have Black Swan events. NOBODY has told me how the US is supposed to pull money levers with decentralized crypto, if there is a pandemic or other event that causes a financial catastrophe. I'M WAITING.

No no... you see, the crypto proponents consider this a good thing. I'm not entirely certain as to why, but they do. I assume their thought process simply stops at "government = bad, no exceptions"

And having a system with massive moral hazard baked in is good?


Yes?

Who gives a flying fark about moral hazard when trying to prevent a depression that would ruin hundreds of millions of lives?
 
2021-12-04 3:00:53 PM  

cman: cretinbob: It's a scam

Crypto-currencies are not scams. They are unregulated financial instruments in which pretty much all have no central authority, which is why they are dangerous. Several depressions in the USA showed us why not having a central authority in our banking system is a bad idea.


Unsecure: your crypto brokerage could evaporate your investments.
Climate killing: you might as well invest in Chinese coal power plants.  Bitcoin alone draws more electricity than Australia every year and growing.
Taxes: few US citizens mining crypto pay taxes on it IMHO.  It's ordinary income taxes at the point they are mined, on top of the 120% cost to mine the coins.  In other words, legit you are out -50% at least if you mine crypto unless you have access to free supercomputer and electricity, are a non-US citizen, living outside of the US.
Fees: if you use a brokerage like Coinbase, expect fees of 10% of the total transaction each time, and it takes two transactions to cash out crypto or NFTs, one into stablecoin, the other into cash.  There are also limits on withdrawals, liquidity.
 
2021-12-04 3:07:36 PM  

OptionC: Who gives a flying fark about moral hazard when trying to prevent a depression that would ruin hundreds of millions of lives?


No no no.... it is far more important that ideology is maintained, regardless of the consequences. Sure, the economy may have crashed and burned, but the government couldn't control the currency, and that's all that truly matters.

Sadly, this attitude appears all over the place, particularly in America. See: the entire response to the pandemic.
 
2021-12-04 4:01:29 PM  

Linux_Yes: Pats_Cloth_Coat: Linux_Yes: cman: cretinbob: It's a scam

Crypto-currencies are not scams. They are unregulated financial instruments in which pretty much all have no central authority, which is why they are dangerous. Several depressions in the USA showed us why not having a central authority in our banking system is a bad idea.

How is Democracy dangerous??

Blockchains are a immutable trustless system that decentralizes power and control.

Unless you love concentrated power and control that gives you no voice

I like protection against crime: fraud, ransomware, money laundering.

I also like a central bank that can smooth the boom/bust cycle.

But dangle those yang worship words like "freedumb" and you'll discover how financially illiterate most people are.

I trust an immutable public open source peer to peer blockchain over crony capitalists any day.

If you bother to even read the news half assed as to the stunts theyve pulled over many decades you would too.

And besides the future will come regardless.

The fed does a good job printing money even though the fed consists of private banks


Yiu "trust the blockchain". To do these things i mentioned that itches notcdesigned for?
It's like saying I trust a pigeon more than bank of America so I'll stash my money in the pigeons nest.

If I get defrauded on a purchase the crony capitalists will see me whole.  If my bank gets robbed they make me whole. Inflation has been really tame for 30 years.

But mkay you trust the f'in block chain.
 
2021-12-04 4:11:33 PM  
Friends, through the vicissitudes and uncertainties of life, know that there is one investment upon which you can rely: faith in Jesus Christ, the only man with Power of Attorney over the fate of your soul!
 
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