LetsDice Review – Roll Bitcoin Dice in Three Modes

"we as a community should indeed let a fee market develop, and rather sooner than later." - Pieter Wuille -- so goodbye to all the original bitcoin use cases, transactions, satoshi dice, money for the unbanked. How stupid are these core people?!

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D Dice has a Currency Swapper that lets you bring other Crypto's like Doge,Monero, etc. and swap them out for Bitcoin and Vice-Versa. Instant Deposits and Payouts!

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A fun Dice game that lets you Gamble Bitcoin, Ethereum, Monero and other crypto-coins.

https://www.999dice.com/?103184203
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"we as a community should indeed let a fee market develop, and rather sooner than later." - Pieter Wuille -- so goodbye to all the original bitcoin use cases, transactions, satoshi dice, money for the unbanked. How stupid are these core people?! /r/btc

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544 BTC were traded in Venezuela using LocalBitcoin (up from 394 BTC) last week, buying BTC with FIAT and selling BTC for FIAT. 544 BTC are 1,019,046,000,000 Bs. (Bolivares). One BTC is around 2,100,000,000 Bs. Monthly minimum wage is less than 5 USD (50,000 satoshis)

Hi guys,
Updating the numbers, the last week we were under 400 BTC first time in a long time. This week the volume recovered, so we are still at around 2,000 BTC monthly.
This is only measured using LocalBitcoin, there are other exchanges like AIRTM, Uphold, Binance and so on, but no open data). Most of the Localbitcoin trades are in Bolivares.
I recommend reading this website, it is one of the best english websites for Venezuela news (they sometimes touch the crypto and economic situation).
https://www.caracaschronicles.com/
Yesterday a survey by a serious NGO was released sadly it is only in Spanish (it is called Encovi) they concluded the average income of the Venezuela is 0.72 USD daily.
https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=es&sl=es&tl=en&u=https%3A%2F%2Fprodavinci.com%2Fencovi-2019-2020-que-nos-dice-esta-radiografia-sobre-la-calidad-de-vida-de-los-venezolanos%2F
Any question let me know, AMA. But check my links and sources first.
Sources:
https://orinocotribune.com/comprehensive-minimum-wage-increase-by-78-in-venezuela/
https://www.npr.org/sections/goatsandsoda/2019/09/06/757822363/a-doctor-or-nurse-might-earn-6-a-month-in-venezuela-if-theyre-lucky
https://coin.dance/volume/localbitcoins/VES/BTC
LBTC listings https://localbitcoins.com/buy-bitcoins-online/ves/
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Lets work out how big the Nitrogen dice jackpot has to be for it to be profitable to play /r/Bitcoin

Lets work out how big the Nitrogen dice jackpot has to be for it to be profitable to play /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Anyone notice the Satoshi Dice Tribute ad in e56 of Let's Talk Bitcoin? I love the sarcastic remark at the end.

[19:04]
"US players are not allowed, because America is a free country"
Oh, and Stephanie sounds amazing, as usual.
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[ Bitcoin ] 544 BTC were traded in Venezuela using LocalBitcoin (up from 394 BTC) last week, buying BTC with FIAT and selling BTC for FIAT. 544 BTC are 1,019,046,000,000 Bs. (Bolivares). One BTC is around 2,100,000,000 Bs. Monthly minimum wage is less than 5 USD (50,000 satoshis)

Topic originally posted in Bitcoin by WorkingLime [link]
Hi guys,
Updating the numbers, the last week we were under 400 BTC first time in a long time. This week the volume recovered, so we are still at around 2,000 BTC monthly.
This is only measured using LocalBitcoin, there are other exchanges like AIRTM, Uphold, Binance and so on, but no open data). Most of the Localbitcoin trades are in Bolivares.
I recommend reading this website, it is one of the best english websites for Venezuela news (they sometimes touch the crypto and economic situation).
https://www.caracaschronicles.com/
Yesterday a survey by a serious NGO was released sadly it is only in Spanish (it is called Encovi) they concluded the average income of the Venezuela is 0.72 USD daily.
https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=es&sl=es&tl=en&u=https%3A%2F%2Fprodavinci.com%2Fencovi-2019-2020-que-nos-dice-esta-radiografia-sobre-la-calidad-de-vida-de-los-venezolanos%2F
Any question let me know, AMA. But check my links and sources first.
Sources:
https://orinocotribune.com/comprehensive-minimum-wage-increase-by-78-in-venezuela/
https://www.npr.org/sections/goatsandsoda/2019/09/06/757822363/a-doctor-or-nurse-might-earn-6-a-month-in-venezuela-if-theyre-lucky
https://coin.dance/volume/localbitcoins/VES/BTC
LBTC listings https://localbitcoins.com/buy-bitcoins-online/ves/
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Lightning question

I had a question before about high fees which turned me to lightning. However after some discussion with crypto payment providers there is still a question unanswered.
Let's say we have a service where you can deposit and withdraw funds, we can assume like a Dice betting site for simplicity. So users can deposit X and then withdraw Y which can be smaller or larger than X. All game transactions are handled internally on the site.
If a user deposits X and then withdraws Y. How many on-chain transactions does that make? If this will make two on-chain transactions then we won't really save anything on fees if I understand it correctly(?).
Am I misunderstanding something here? Is is possible (and feasible) for a user to deposit and withdraw funds to their wallet without opening and closing channels?
Basically the recommendation I got from a payment provider was that lightning will do nothing for us in terms of fees given our use case above.
Sorry if this is a naive question, but I got really helpful answers before so I am hoping to get some insight here from you guys!
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Beware: Darknet Hacking Services - Case Study

On a lot of the darknetmarket sites, there have been more and more social media hacking services that show up. I spent a good 2 months investigating them and found out some interesting things everyone should know about. I've now messed with about 5 "different" hacking services on the darknet markets. Which really is the same group of people (will get to that later).
So most of these services offer hacking an account within 24 hours for any major site (Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, etc). They offer other websites like banking, insurance, and phone bills. Some go as far as to say they will alter grades in school systems of record. Yes, they offer to change your grades (this will be used as blackmail!)
So at first, I decided to play a naive guy who needed to find out what my wife was up to on her Instagram (I'm not married). I also played a girl who's BF was texting other girls and played a family worried about their son who may be an addict. Each time I needed various social media accounts to confirm suspicions.
So the first and easiest way to interact is to use the darknet site to deposit bitcoin and have it in escrow but almost every single "hacker" will say that they can't do it with escrow. They will give you a personal BTC address or other payments (Paypal, CashApp, Zelle, etc). They will make up almost any excuse to make you use another form of payment. Whether it is on time, cheaper cost, complexity, etc.... they will come up with a reason.
The next thing you will quickly notice is all of these hackers will give their WhatsApp, Wickr, Telegram, etc details. They will prefer you to talk to them via that route. They want to get you on a more real-time application to make it feel like they are invested.
So once you are in contact on one of those platforms they will immediately ask you what you are trying to do. Who's account are you trying to hack and why. They will try and get you to say the account name, phone number, email, and more personal details on the target. They will of course ask you what platform you want and other random questions. The biggest question you should not answer is: How do you know this person, answering this question is their blackmail evidence.
If you decide that this is a path you want to go down they will charge between $250-500 for a hack. They will of course ask you for BTC payment. If that doesn't work they want either CashApp or Paypal (friends and family) that way it's not reversible. Venmo, Google Pay, or any payment system that has clawback they will shy away from. If you press hard enough they will give you that option.
So let's say you continue on this journey and you choose Facebook as your target hack. The first thing they will do is ask you some generalized questions. Who is the person and their username, where do they live, etc They will quickly jump to questions that can be used later against you. Questions like: "How do you know this person?", "Do you have their email or phone number", "What is your phone number", and others such questions (they will be used later on).
So once you answer these questions and payment is sent they will start their process. They claim it will take between 4-24 hours. As you check in they will continue to re-assure you their team is working hard. Once it gets close to them "finding out the password" they will start to become a bit more aggressive. This is where things turn worse.
They will start to say that the account is way more difficult because of 2FA, new emails, different security measures, etc. They will demand more money. Now is the question of do you give them more or hold out? Either way you are generally at a loss. This is where the earlier questions will have either make it easy or very hard for you to continue. All of a sudden they will start to say things like if we don't provide the right protection the target might find out.
If you decide to ignore their requests for more money they will become much more aggressive and say how it will take another day because of the extra workload. They will then start to say that if they aren't careful it could raise security flags that will alert the user to the compromise and if they don't move fast it will lockdown.
If you continue to refuse to pay they will use all the questions you answered against you. So if you said this is your boyfriend, your best friend, your partner, your family, etc.... They will start to screenshot earlier texts and say how they will show the person you are trying to hack the evidence. At this point, things will get very nasty because they will attempt to ask for more money. If you refuse they will start messaging you non stop and demand additional payment or blackmail.
Eventually, you can choose the risk of them sending the messages to the person you have targeted or roll the dice. Luckily the first contact I always give is myself to test it. I resisted their blackmail attempts and I did not get any follow on messages to the username I gave them but they did continue to message me for a while before finally going away. It took a few days before they finally stopped messaging.
So I attempted this with a few other postings that were very similar but different username/groups. All followed the same exact patterns. The one thing that was a clear give away was, their boss. They will continually use their boss as why they can't accept a certain type of payment or why they need more money, or why they need more time. Their boss is a fundamental excuse for everything. Their boss is demanding more money for the difficulty or their boss wants to expose your username/phone numbe etc.
The other key thing I started doing during attempt 2-3 was calling them through WhatsApp or Wickr or Telegram. You will notice the accent and speech patterns emerge. It is clearly a singular group that is working on this scheme. They all have the same tone, excuses, asks, and outcomes. Be very mindful of these so-called hackers who advertise social media hacking.

TLDR: There is a single group who creates 3-4 different hacking profiles on the darknetmarkets who all play the same game to milk you out of money.
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Can someone help me please understand why Bitcoin is the future?

First, I would like to bow down to bitcoin volunteers, subreddit volunteers, satoshi nakamoto and everyone that is making this project possible. My post is not here to make anyone feel offended, please understand I am just trying to think and reason.

How is bitcoin the future?
So I hear a lot of people saying Bitcoin is the future. How is it the future when always it's tied to the cancer called fiat? "it just hit 10k" "moon" "lambo" On all exchanges you trade with cash, you need KYC and a BANK ACCOUNT.

How is bitcoin decentralized?
Mining power comes from Asia and Asia is known for the mecca of electronic chip manufacturing. See BitMain Technologies Holding Company. We don't have a big player outside of Asia that is making powerful chips like BitMain.

How is bitcoin low fee?
I head stories of a big exchange moving a huge amount of money for 0.70 cents in fees. Well to include my transaction in next block, I would have to pay $2.79. How is this a low fee?

How are you your own bank?
The wallet that you use is software. Say for example Electrum. How do I know the binary that I have downloaded from electrum website is not malicious? You could say PGP verify it! But PGP keys can be stollen and then used to sign malicious code.

How practical are physical wallets?
Say if you move from one country to another. You could easily be stopped and checked at the airport. "Bitcoin wallet eh? :)) Ok sir, that stays with me. Now run along and do your chores."

What advantageous does Bitcoin have vs cash in terms of privacy?
If you can't mine, you need to get bitcoin from somewhere and lets just say that using your local shady localbitcoins supply isn't an option. If you turn to an exchange, those coins can easily be mapped back to an identity so bitcoin is not private.

How is it the future when the adoption rate and usability is low?
If you want to do a transaction you need to wait for the software to sync and that takes a lot of time. You can't live off of bitcoin for instance in all the places of Europe. You can't pay a bill with bitcoin in all parts of Europe, can't buy food with it, can't pay doctors, lawyers, etc.
People are making lots of cash from speculations that they then put in fiat again. We have casinos, dice and so on but we don't have a real applicable day to day improvement.
Prepaid bitcoin card services still don't help because fees are the same as fiat and again, we associate bitcoin with cancer.

Again, not trying to be disrespectful or rude to anybody but I just don't get it why at the moment this is the future?
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Hadn't logged in for a while (waiting for the payout from the hack) and now can't withdraw funds

I hadn't logged into my account for about a year waiting for the last of the payout from the hack and was greeted with not being able to withdraw my funds after I logged in a few weeks ago (had to migrate to the new platform as well)...tried attaching 2FA but still no dice after 2 weeks.
I emailed customer support and they are making me submit SS#,Drivers License,Birth city etc. to "Prove" it's me and unlock the account.
I have no PID attached to my account so how on earth would that prove it's me? and secondly when did that become a requirement to withdraw funds? I'm not comfortable at all submitting that kind of information to pretty much anybody let alone a company not based in my country of residence.
Has anybody else had this experience (is this legit)? Is there anything I can do besides giving up a scary amount of PID? I just want to withdraw my $25 or so of bitcoin.
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Timestamp manipulation on Satoshi dice

Timestamp manipulation on Satoshi dice
Hi All,
I wanted to let users know about my recent experience with SatoshiDice and the BCH Blockchain. I sent a transaction to SatoshiDice at exactly 10:46 AM. Satoshi Dice software got delayed and didn't show my bet for at least 30-40 seconds.
https://preview.redd.it/pe4s316rkio41.png?width=796&format=png&auto=webp&s=d9177963d2af3c34c240a200207143cf9fe22b59
My bet role was (25x) aiming for a number below 2596. Then this showed up, a random 0.01bch bet out of nowhere which took my roll number 674.
https://preview.redd.it/m4i376allio41.png?width=454&format=png&auto=webp&s=c131cd4f4b073c709a2a81b563c24eb209d194a7
I just thought I would look into it because of the delay and a recent non-payout on another role previously.
I checked the timestamp of each of the transactions, they both happen to be exactly 10:47:10
My bet (1.68)
https://explorer.bitcoin.com/bch/tx/dcbd24d8b5dba273a39b820fa413f92817d6e7f86d2e3d5ec49a67e3032d3b9c
Random 0.01BCH bet
https://explorer.bitcoin.com/bch/tx/ed813139ba567762d9f1c69b94551c31c0fcbce7064289c3168d07e62790133c
  1. How do you determine the dice roll if transactions are made at the same time and the timestamp is exactly the same?
  2. If I prove I sent it earlier that 10:47:10 why didn’t my 1.68BCH bet show up on game ID903477
My view is that satoshi dice are involved in timestamp manipulation or use bots to quickly push a transaction through on a potential high win roll hence the delay on the software.
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How does the fairness system work on BetFury?

How does the fairness system work on BetFury?

https://preview.redd.it/9tip15i096t41.png?width=1200&format=png&auto=webp&s=a0027f11d8da2c04e1cc21ef811d299030c888fb
The BetFury community is constantly growing and attracting more and more followers! Most of all we are excited that you are interested in the details of the platform’s work. It means that we have a common goal — to make the world of crypto gambling better! We know that players are especially interested in the convenience and openness of the platform.

How does fairness work on the BetFury platform?

Every bet on BetFury is absolutely random. How are you supposed to know that? It’s a fair question! Let’s look at one case of Dice, where the random number generator chooses the winning number from 0 to 99 and preferred by user range will define the reward.
  • Let’s say we think the winning number is less than 50;
  • Random Lucky result generated and mixed with random Server seed for every bet (in this round, the number 18 was encrypted in a hash). Hash sum of this mixing is shown for the user in the time of each turnover of the game. In this case, the hash you can see under the yellow Bet button.
https://preview.redd.it/pcsrdp7a86t41.png?width=1276&format=png&auto=webp&s=8d497acf93567ea8ede679cb4752d5bb8fd2c2fd
  • The provably fair principle is based on SHA256 technology the same as Bitcoin.
  • You can check the result by clicking the “Fairness” in the window of the game and find the result of each bet.
https://preview.redd.it/wvznzo5d86t41.png?width=1240&format=png&auto=webp&s=c70c3d0fde673b0be08001519b55d6f3c3dfae2e
By clicking on the “CHECK” button, you can double-check the encrypted number (server seed + lucky number). To do this copy Random Seed, go to http://www.convertstring.com/Hash/SHA256 or use any other SHA256 hash on-line calculator. The issued hash must match that fixed on the BetFury platform.
https://preview.redd.it/2a09lk6g86t41.png?width=1335&format=png&auto=webp&s=ba4aa3dd9b024359b0c4d391b6637e433f8197e6
https://preview.redd.it/9ibwghnh86t41.png?width=707&format=png&auto=webp&s=0417c0e525ab2d00908f3cc9b6970f03945fc681
Similarly, you can check the results of each of your bets in other games on the BetFury platform.
New fairness pop-ups in Hi-Lo, Mines, Keno and Stairs.
To check fairness in these games find the “My bets” section under the game’s field. Click on one of the bets and the pop-up should appear.
As the example let’s take Mines. Here you can see when was the bet done, bet id, amount of the bet, multiplier and payout.
Copy Random Seed. Press Check Fairness to continue. In the opened window paste the Random Seed. The issued hash below must match that fixed on the BetFury platform.
https://preview.redd.it/bhearvfn86t41.png?width=552&format=png&auto=webp&s=2e0b7ed6719d7138bde3145036808ff4ff3ff900
https://preview.redd.it/uzf4z9vo86t41.png?width=1080&format=png&auto=webp&s=1816562ffa81cb83d4bbf3ae5a1b6b941c04ac54
How to check all the game statistics?
You can check the details of winning and losing bets in the tab Account — Game history.
https://preview.redd.it/3rn5y74s86t41.png?width=1400&format=png&auto=webp&s=0fd48d1044740c8c5df3850090c410b003cd1340
https://preview.redd.it/dprr0kpt86t41.png?width=1346&format=png&auto=webp&s=84dd29a18722b296cd596b1120173151a17a188d
Thanks for interest in the BetFury platform. We wish you successful bets, interesting games and excellent dividends!
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Regards, the BetFury team
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A List of Sidehustle Ideas from SidehustleSchool.Com

Source: https://www.sidehustleschool.com/
[More ideas in the comments below too.]
...
  1. "Cheap Plane Tickets" Site Becomes Million-Dollar Hustle ...
  2. $10,000 Side Hustle Helps Musician Land Full-Time Job ...
  3. 13-Year-Old Australian Creates Schoolyard Lollipop Fortune ...
  4. 23-Year-Old College Student Uses “Sweatcoin” App to Earn ...
  5. 3D Printing Brings Cosplay Into 21st Century
  6. A Life of Travel Leads to a House-Designing Hustle
  7. A Packed Closet Leads to Secondhand Subscription Boxes ...
  8. Academic Advisor Creates Profitable Karaoke League
  9. Accidental Side Hustle Becomes Decorative Family Business ...
  10. Accountant Earns $233751 Reselling Items He Buys at Walmart
  11. Acrobatic Mom Jumps Through Hoops to Become High-flying ...
  12. Active “Type 1” Lifestyle Inspires Sticky, Successful Side Hustle
  13. Actress Becomes Organizational Director of Organization ...
  14. Aerospace Apprentice Soars to Seven-Figure Sales Heights ...
  15. Alcohol Fueled Idea Sells Over 1500 Shirts in Less Than a Year
  16. An Everyday Bag That Gives Back to Women in India
  17. Art Teacher Draws Her Way Into Ceramic Shop
  18. Artistic Cartographer Maps Out Successful Side Hustle
  19. Artistic Duo Sells 8000 T-Shirts in One Year
  20. Aussie Engineer Moves to Farm, Earns Passive Income
  21. Aussie Stretches Out with Online Store for Tall Women
  22. Aussie Student Starts Million-Dollar Bikini Biz
  23. Australian Hacker Creates Passive Income Anatomy Course ...
  24. Auto Employee Earns $100,000 Selling Stickers on Instagram ...
  25. Avid Travelers Turn Finding Deals Into Vacation Planning ...
  26. Bargain Hunter Designs One-of-a-Kind Flea Market
  27. Bartender Brews Up Brewpub Tour Biz
  28. Bass Player Starts BassLayerz Clothing Hustle
  29. Bean-Lover Grinds Way To $4,000/Month Family Coffee ...
  30. Bearded Man Grows $500 A Month Grooming Business
  31. Bearded Man from Finland Cashes In on Holiday Cheer
  32. Beekeepers Build Buzzing Backyard Business
  33. Birds of a Feather Flock to Your Bank Account
  34. Bitcoin YouTuber Earns Thousands in Affiliate Commissions ...
  35. Blogger Earns $140,000 from Beta Phase of Online Course ...
  36. Blogger Turns Leftover Cherries Into $5,000/Month Income ...
  37. Boy Scout Merit Badge Leads to Leatherworking Lifestyle ...
  38. Bring Your Own Cannabis to this “420-Friendly” Painting Class
  39. British Pub Manager Bakes Pork Pies for Profit
  40. Brooklyn Photographer Gets Paid to Throw Confetti at People ...
  41. Business Students Make $125,000 Selling Headphone ...
  42. Busy Marketing Professional Fills Niche with Biking Wine Tours
  43. CLASSROOM: Four Ways to Identify Moneymaking Ideas ...
  44. CLASSROOM: Goals, Agenda, and Your First Assignment ...
  45. Call Center Employee Uses Patreon to Fund LGBTQ Podcasts ...
  46. Canadian Moms Invent Baby Monitors for Active Toddlers ...
  47. Canadian Sports Enthusiast Earns $1,000/Month Selling ...
  48. Car Enthusiast Races Towards Reselling Success
  49. Cat Lover Creates Cat-tivating Portrait Series
  50. Catholic Designer Creates Stylish Apparel Line
  51. Childhood Game Master Earns $1 Million from Nerdy ...
  52. Coffee for Firefighters Brings the Heat!
  53. College Ministry Leader Starts Digital Agency
  54. Colorado Nutritionist Reworks Role to Get Paid Twice
  55. Comic Book Curator Creates Custom Crate Subscription ...
  56. Continuing Education Directory Earns Six Figures
  57. Copywriter Carves 140 Characters into $50,000 in Cash
  58. Corporate Employee Makes $350,000 Selling Mosquito ...
  59. Coupon Code Site Earns Copious Profits
  60. Crafter's Shop for Dreadlock Wearers Unlocks $3,500/Month ...
  61. Creative Illustrator Creates Creative Podcast for Creatives ...
  62. Curated Gift Boxes for Breakups and Baby Bumps
  63. Data Geek Charts Course From Analyst to Author
  64. Data Scientist Turns Teaching Frustrations Into Recurring ...
  65. Designer Earns Extra $5000/Month Posting Logos on Instagram
  66. Designer Illustrates Success with Personalized Wedding ...
  67. Designer Performs Magic, Turns Dream Into Reality
  68. Designer Turns Bad Parking Into $25,000 Per Year
  69. Detroit Women Make Jewelry for Profit and Social Good
  70. Digital Camera Blogger Snaps Into Passive Income
  71. Distracted Coach Creates Accountability Software
  72. Dog Stocking Hustle Earns Husky Payoff
  73. Dutch Personal Shopping Service for Kids Measures Up
  74. EXTENDED CUT #13: When to Let Go of Good Ideas
  75. EXTENDED CUT #14: Start a Service Business in Less Than ...
  76. EXTENDED CUT #5: How to Choose Between Multiple Ideas ...
  77. Electrical Engineer Becomes Romance Novel Cover Model ...
  78. Electrical Engineer Sells $800 Swarovski Crystal Bikinis
  79. Elementary School Teacher Pans for Gold in New Zealand ...
  80. Engineer Codes His Way To $3,700 Per Month
  81. Engineer Earns 7-Figures from “Crowd-Purchasing” Project ...
  82. Engineer Makes $64000 Selling Nerdy Playing Cards on Reddit
  83. Engineer Reprograms Herself, Finds Confidence to Start Over ...
  84. Enjoy an Ice Cold Beverage in a Mug Made from Ice
  85. Equine Lover Makes $5,000; Stables Business to Change ...
  86. Exercise App Encourages Fitness While Helping Sick Kids ...
  87. Farmer Makes “Tater Tats” for All Your Produce Tattoo Needs ...
  88. Fashion Buyer Creates Quirky Comfort Craze
  89. Father and Son Duo Produce Traveling Play
  90. Faux Taxidermy Turns Heads on Home Decor
  91. Fidget Spinner Cookie Sensation Leads to Sweet Profits
  92. Finance Guy Makes Bank With Swimsuit Line | Side Hustle ...
  93. Firefighter Uses Chainsaw for Jumbo-Sized Woodworking ...
  94. Flipping 101: The College Textbook Edition
  95. Florist & Sculpture Professor Make Presidential Lip Balm ...
  96. Foreign Correspondent Launches Career App
  97. Former NFL Player Sells Ice Shakers for $20000/Month Income
  98. Freelancer Starts New Hustle to Help Frustrated Clients
  99. Friends Foster Korean Face Mask Frenzy
  100. Friends Team Up to Deliver Compassionate Tech Support ...
  101. Friends Turn Gift Boxes into Prosperous Project
  102. Frustrated Mom Grows Hair Brush Hustle to Seven Figures ...
  103. Full-Time Mom Ships $35,000/Month in Frozen Bread on ...
  104. Gamer Levels Up Life With eBay Side Hustle
  105. German Funeral Urns Are Not a Dying Business
  106. Guitar Builder Carves Out Woodworking Moneymaker
  107. Guitar Teacher Sells Lessons on Craigslist and Makes $80/Hour
  108. Hair Salon Owner Designs Mittens for Cold Runners
  109. Hand Grippers Make for a $60,000-Strong Hustle
  110. Hand Lettering Artist Upgrades Cheesy Photo Booth Props ...
  111. Handkerchief Side Hustle Becomes Million-Dollar Blowout ...
  112. Harvard Med School Program Manager Gets Paid to Travel to ...
  113. Health Scare Inspires Adventurous Career Change
  114. High School Bootlegger Grows Up
  115. High School Teacher Spins His Way to Profits
  116. High School Teacher Turns Woodworking Hobby Into a 5 ...
  117. Honeymoon in Nepal Becomes Fashion Accessories Business
  118. Husband and Wife Team Pampers Their Way To Profit
  119. Insomniac Dreams Up Herbal Hustle
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TL;DR Every Gun's Meta Role + Some Modding

Sections: Every Gun's Meta Role, why every other gun is bad, modding and ak-74 recoil reduction/price graph, ammo meta.
Lowest Recoil for 545, 556, and 7.62x39 guns : https://i.imgur.com/E9ruaAJ.png

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Edit:
There seems to be some misunderstandings about objective facts about tarkov. Anecdotal experiences you’ve had do not change how the mechanics behave. Not penning lets say, a 6B47 with M61, doesn’t mean m61 won’t pen a 6B47. We know the pen chance of M61 on any given piece of armor, and just because you received an unlikely result does not mean it’s the only result. Similarly rephrasing otherwise damning statements doesn’t change the objective situation. Saying something such as “___ gun shreds armor with ___ ammo” is just a different way of saying “If I take the time to shoot the armor to the point of it no longer behaving as its armor class, then my bullets will go through it”. And I’ll concede you can indeed do that. But shooting an armor several times before your bullets go through doesn’t mean its equivalent to using bullets that go through the armor in the first place.
There also seems to be a misunderstanding on what makes a gun good. Most guns will kill someone if you correctly aim and left click on someone’s face. That’s the bare minimum for a gun to be useable in tarkov. Just because you have used a gun which can do that doesn’t make it good. If one can simply shoot someone in the face with the first bullet, they fire then what’s the point of bringing something other than a Makarov. We bring in better guns to make up for other short comings. Yes, if you shoot someone’s gen 4 6 times with 7.62x39 BP you will go through it. But that guy in the gen 4 can only has to shoot you twice because he brought competitive ammo. Don’t handicap yourself then say I’m spreading misinformation because if you just pretend a handicap isn’t there then then game is different from what I’m saying… also ap slugs suck.


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Every Gun's Meta Role

Guns with a purpose:
AK-74 / AK-74N: Only has a place in 2 scenarios. Long range medium kit and any range high kit. In high kit the gun will cost 100k but will have the lowest recoil of the automatic ARs. BS and PP isn’t as expensive as 995 and M856A1. For high kit the 74 is 2nd best if money is no problem but if you do even remotely care about money then this is the most reasonable high kit gun. If lvl 6 armor for some reason becomes abundant in the future then this will be the best gun because igolnik. Yes m61 will go through lvl 6 but the FAL nerf means it has too much recoil for mid range and the m1a is semi auto which kinda nips the whole “2 stk > 3 stk” in the bud.
HK-416: 2nd lowest AR recoil. A maxed one of these is cheaper than a maxed m4 but has ~8 more vert reocil.
M4A1: Well my reference m4 did a mega-morphin stat change. The best recoil AR in the game. A maxed M4 is very very expensive and using it suppressed borks the recoil.
Bolt actions: All of the bolt actions are currently just very very bad vepr hunters. However quests are a thing and there’s very clearly one vastly superior bolt action and it issssss a sniper mosin with the non-blue tape obrez stock and the 514mm barrel. Its accurate and its very light. Recoil doesn’t matter, ergo kinda matters but not nearly as much as weight. If you don't like the PU scope then you can use the “arbalet patriot K+W mount” and just use any sight you want without the rendering issues of the tri-rail. Only in tarkov will the objectively cheapest gun in a class be the best. Cough ak-74 cough.
Vepr Hunter: M80 strong so gun strong. It one taps to the chest, is accurate, has no rof cap, can go through lvl 4, the 10 round mags are 1 slot, and you can get it for like 25-35k off the market. Its just stupid good. Is it better than a m1a, rsass or FAL? No. Is it way better than the mosin, saiga-12, mp-153, mr-133, m870, ash-12, sv-98, m-700, DVL, and SVD? Yeah.
MP-7: Best CQC gun for medium kit (anti-lvl 3) because FMJ is very cheap, the bitcoin trade lets you get 40k MP7s, and the recoil is lower than any gun of equivalent price. The only exceptions are the VSS and p-90 which you can use for about the same price (given you can get a 50k p-90 and a 40k VSS) However the VSS mags are either stupid expensive or too small and the p-90 has too much horizontal recoil. Yes the p-90 has less vertical recoil but only your mom is wider than she is tall and she’s not a scav boss yet.
PP-19: One of the three “competitive” budget guns. It's cheap, has maxed ak-74 levels of recoil(with a recoil pad), is automatic, and has no pen whatsoever. Face shots or go home.
Saiga-12: Best “shot” shotgun and one of three “competitive” budget guns. There’s a rof cap now but its vepr 136 levels so for a gun with a 20 round mag max, its not “too much” of a problem. If you’re running factory then maybe flechette could work but holy shit with the lack of limb pen and the 19 damage per dart (152 damage if all land) you’ll be shooting the fuck out of people before they die. I think the best example of how this feels was a raid where I killed one scav and it took 29 hits to kill that one unarmored scav. Honestly just use magnum and go for face shots. 1 pellet to the face can kill so it just a matter of spamming in the general upper torso direction and hoping RNG gives you a head/face shot. That sounds really stupid but throwing those dice is surprisingly dependable.
Vepr-136: One of the three “competitive” budget guns. If you need range and don’t mind giving up recoil and an automatic switch for armor pen then this is your jam. Grab one of these for 15k off the market, slap a butt-pad, m1b, and dynacomp on it, grab a handful of 30s with T45 for the cost of a slightly worn t-shirt, and you’re good to go. The only thing that really holds this gun back is the oversampling cap. I click at ~450 clicks per min and I slam right into that cap and get ~100-150 rpm out of it. Its really awful. That paired with the RoF link to FPS and you can imagine why taking this into cqc could be a bad idea.
AKMS / AKMSN: Only good for budget builds. Because the ammo is cheap you can spend more money on attachments. But the amount of money you would spend on attachments is so much, you might as well buy a better gun. I wouldn’t bother modding beyond a recoil pad, dynacomp, and M1B and pretending its a vepr-136 that can go full auto for CQC.
ADAR: Crazy good right now. 15k for a rec battery gets you a gun that reloads like lighting, who’s accurate, who’s ammo punches through lvl 4 for 191 rubles a pop with good recoil out of the box and has no rof cap (aside from the FPS limiting it of course).
FAL / M1A: Since the FAL was nerfed and the M80 wont go through full condition lvl 5, these don’t have a role in high kit. In medium kit however these are a nice alternative to the ak-74 or vepr hunter. They cost about 40-50k because of trades and they have access to large cheap mags. If you have a M1A then its fine as is, just put on a side mount. If you have an FAL put on a baskak and an extreme duty dust cover(if you did the NIXX trade then dont forget to rebuy the austrian muzzle break).
Makarov: One of two reasonably accurate pistols in game. If you’re going to carry a pistol as backup, carry this for face taps.
Saiga-9: Instead of doing pistol runs, do saiga-9 runs. No one will steal it, you can get it for the same price, you got 30s, and the recoil is only 47-195. For context a Makarov is 510-325 (and yes, that's five hundred and ten vertical recoil)
Kedr / Klin: probably my 2nd most used gun behind the 153 and…. Its pretty good for a 10-15k gun. Its cheap, it shoots cheap ammo, it has 1 slot 20 rounders, it has weird recoil / point of impact , and it sucks. If you wanna to pistol runs, do kedr runs instead.

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Bad Guns (for the price / in comparison to other guns)


AKS-74U: Literally, the only reason to ever use this gun is because its funny or because you want a gun that’s very cheap, functionally accurate, automatic, and has cheap 30 round mags. If you consider using something other than FMJ in it then you would better spend your money buying an AKS-74 or AK-74M for 5k extra(or sometimes the same price). The only reasonable plays you can make are face shot barrel stuffs or tippy taps at range. Even automatic fire at like 15m has so much horizontal recoil that its basically useless. And if you spend the money to get the recoil down you might as well just buy a better gun and get low recoil that way. The only time the 74U can be remotely competitive is using it as a head tap DMR but even then you could use any other AK or adar for about the same price.
AKS-74 / AKS-74N / AK-74M/ AK-105 : These are basically just an AK-74 but slightly worse and occasionally cheaper. Just sell it or lightly mod it and use PP. If you dont have the money for PP then just use a PP-19.
AKM / AKMN: Its the best 7.62x39 gun in game and its just bad. It costs too much, the good ammo costs too much and doesn’t have enough pen for the price, and it has unacceptable recoil. There’s no reason to ever use this unless you can’t stand high recoil and must use a fully modded akm for that shoreline scav kill quest.
AK-103/AK-104: Imagine an AKM that’s worse and costs slightly less. Just dont.
AK-101 / AK-102: These are just meme / rp guns. They’re a better option than the AKM / AK-103 / AK-104 but that’s not saying much. They’re just expensive and have too much recoil. If you cannot stand the semi-auto of the adar these might be the only reasonable non-7.62x51 automatic for anti-lvl 4 because M855A1 is so dirt cheap.
SKS: A bad vepr-136 with the exception of having a higher RoF cap. Mags are stupid expensive, mags take forever to reload, and the recoil is stupid high. If you’re a sperg and can’t wrap your head around mags then do the filter trade, put a DTK-1 on an adapter, fill your pockets with T45 and you’re all ready to feed that sks to the next pmc you meet.
SVD: Its a bad M1A. Its too expensive, the mags cost too much, and it has a rof cap. No reason to use it other than the quest. Honestly, I’d take a vepr hunter over it because at least then I can spam in CQC.
MDR: So you can grab these for 40-50k on the market and after an RK-2 and Bulletec you’ll have the recoil of a maxed AKM with like 45 more horizontal recoil. So 80k for an extra shakey AKM in 556. So basically its useless, juse an ak-74.
TX-15: expensive adar with very slightly better recoil. If you care that much about recoil then just build an HK-416A5
MP-153: The only good slug shotgun and it sucks. People like it because you dont have to fiddle fuck with mags but the rof cap + the giga-longness + the slow reloads means CQC is is awful. Which means its only place in the meta is slugs and then its just a bad vepr hunter. But not like a “90% of the way there” bad, its a “30% of the way there” bad. I’ve probably used a 153 with slugs more than any other weapon in tarkov over these 7 or so wipes I’ve played and the whole time I’ve held the opinion that fucking christ the 153 with slugs sucks but lord is it fun. But with the CMS kits and the mosin and the vepr hunter. The allure of being a little shitling scuttling about has lost its charm. Breaking people’s arms and legs at range isn’t a raid ruiner, the mosin can do 1 shot chest taps now, and so can the vepr hunter. Its just not a vile bog of misery anymore. It’s just an underperforming gun that has been power creeped out of any relevance.
MP-133: bad mp-153. it literally don't even have iron sights
M870: mp-133 but expensive
Toz: is toz
Grach: imagine a saiga-9 but expensive and people can steal it easier
P226R: Imagine a grach but for people who wanna play dress up.
Glock 17: Imagine a P226R but for people who really really wanna play dress up.
Glock 18: Was pretty oppressive back when RIP could 3 shot your legs but now its just a DPS meme like it is in real life.
Shrimp: imagine a 5-7 but cheap and with no 1 tap chest hollow points. This is probably your best bet for the pistol kill quest.
5-7: imagine a shrimp but expensive and with hollow points that can 1 tap a chest. “But can’t all 9mm pistols do that?” ….yes but they’re half the price of RIP.
P-90: surprisingly similar in budget to the mp-7 but with less vertical recoil but more horizontal recoil and 50s instead of 30s…. So basically the p90 sucks.
MPX / MP5: mil-sim scum. In all seriousness they just cost so much for being such limp guns. I know people are SUPER FUCKING HYPED FOR AP 6.3 !?!??! but its just PMM with less damage. It wont ever got through a lvl 3 armor for christ sake.
TT: a makarov but it costs more and can go through lvl 2.
M9A3: sounds cool
APS: russian g18 that can’t use 9mm RIP. sucks
APB: Didn’t get nerfed with the APS so its a giga-cheap suppressed gun. But it handles like a shitty kedr and the kedr already handles like shit so keep that in mind.
RSASS: inflated price because of the quest, prob will never be viable until it gets a better mag or the M1A gets a recoil nerf.
VSS: imagine a AS VAL but you dont get that AR skill recoil reduction…. But its cheap. Its actually stupid cheap when you consider how much recoil it has and that SP-5 is basically 5.45 PP. You can get an AK-74 with a PBS-4 for 40k, and you can get an VSS for 40k, but you cannot get a suppressed AK-74 with VSS recoil for 40k, or 100k. The only thing holding the VSS back is the drop on it is stupid. I could go on a long hot ramble on how it could be fixed and how the way tarkov handles balistics calculations is dumb but that would take way too long. Basically only use it with sights that can zero to 25m and you’ll be fine unless you try to shoot at something beyond 50m.
AS-VAL: a slightly better VSS (because AR skill) but it costs 50-100% more
MP5K: bad kedr
Kedr-B: suppressed kedr that costs 25-30k
RPK: The recoil stats are basically the same as the AK-74 but maxed they both cost the same and the AK-74 gets recoil reduction from the AR skill so there’s just no reason to bother. The RPK is heavier, shoots at the same RPM, will have more ingame recoil, and sounds dumb.
Vepr-209: bad
Ash-12: unbelievably bad. Maybe if it was 20k from a trader and the ammo / mags were cheaper it might have a place in the meta. But that role would be a shitty vepr hunter that’s cheap.

PB: 25k silenced makarov…. Yeah naw
PM (t): fireball machine

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Modding:

I’m only going to cover the guns with a meta purpose that I didn’t mention how to mod in the above section.
M4A1 Max: (if I dont mention a part, its stock)
Pistol Grip: Ergo PSG-1 (only for ergo)
Stock: HK E1 (or BUS if you dont care about ergo)
Buffer Tube: Advanced (red has more accuracy)
Muzzle Break : Bulletek ST-6012 or AAC Blackout and SDN-6 (same recoil)
Backup sightst: Magpul MBUS Gen 2 (only for ergo)
Handguard: SAI QD Rail(long) + Jail Break
Foregrip: RK-2
Charging Handle: Raptor (only for ergo)
Barrel: 370mm
Upper: MUR
If you really care about min maxing you can put a cobra red dot on for an extra -1% recoil
HK 416A5 Max: (if I dont mention a part, its stock)
Pistol Grip: Ergo PSG-1 (only for ergo)
Stock: HK E1 (or BUS if you dont care about ergo)
Muzzle Break : Bulletek ST-6012 or AAC Blackout and SDN-6 (same recoil)
Backup sightst: Magpul MBUS Gen 2 (only for ergo)
Handguard: MRS 14" keymod
Foregrip: RK-2
Charging Handle: Raptor (only for ergo)
Barrel: 20”
If you really care about min maxing you can put a cobra red dot on for an extra -1% recoil
AK-74 Max (AKM is the same except for the lantac muzzle break)
Pistol Grip: US Palm (rk-3 weighs more)
Stock: Zhukov-S
Muzzle Break : CQB or PBS-4 to be suppressed (is 7% worse)
Dust Cover: Fab Defence PDC (highest ergo dust cover rail)
Handguard: CMRD
Foregrip: RK-2
Charging Handle: Extended (only for ergo)
https://i.imgur.com/siZK34s.png
The sweet spot is about the Zhukov-S + CQB + RK-0 + poly 100 has 58-153 recoil (which is about a maxed ak-105 but for 57k)
I used to determine the data points by an increasing budget but now I do it by the price / recoil gain of each next part. So buying a polymer stock costs more / recoil than the zhukov so I just skipped it. Also why I skipped to just using the RK-0.

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Ammo Meta:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1jjWcIue0_PCsbLQAiL5VrIulPK8SzM5jjiCMx9zUuvE/htmlview?sle=true
Damage thresholds: 35 (1 tap to the head), 40 (2 tap the chest), 60 (break arms in 1 shot), and 80 (1 tap chest).
What we can derive from this is Magnum buckshot can kill with one pellet to the head. Igolnik won’t 2 tap. T45 will break arms in 1 shot so you can flinch people. M80, LPS, and 7N1 will 1 tap to the chest.
You should really derive your own conclusions about the ammo, this is just what I use.
anti-Lvl 3:
T45 for 7.62x39 for 70 rubles (PS isn’t a tracer but ps costs more and won't 1 shot arms)
PP for 5.45x39 for 152 rubles
M855A1 for 5.56 for 191 rubles(yes this is an anti-lvl 4 ammo, but m856a1 costs more than this)
SP-5 for 9x39 for 142 rubles
FMJ for 4.6 for 134 rubles
SS190 for 5.7 for 147 rubles
M80 for 7.62x39 for 237 rubles (also goes through lvl 4, there’s just no lower tier ammo)
LPS for 7.62x54R for 189 rubles (I just use 7n1 tbh)
Anti-lvl 4
M855A1 for 5.56 for 191 rubles
M80 for 7.62x51 for 237 rubles
7n1 for 7.62x54R for 322 rubles
Sp6, 7.62x39 BP, and AP SX cost too much to be considered for such an irrelevant threshold. Though its more relevant than previous patches due to the abundance of lvl 4. Though they’re usually pretty damaged.
Anti-lvl 5
5.45x39 BS for 554 rubles
The meta is just 5.45 BS or pay out the ass for sub-par return on investment.
5.56 995 for 800 rubles
9x39 BP is trade only, usually 1,000 rubles on the market
Not sure how much m61 costs yet, not worth it regardless and m62 is the same story.
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Is supply and demand really what determines price?

I'd say this would absolutely be the case in a truly transparent and normal market, yes. Unfortunately however bitcoin has the most powerful enemies in the world and the big banks and Wall St would never allow for this environment to exist as doing would instantly propel bitcoin, the first truly finite asset in history, into the stratosphere. So with all that being said, here are the tools that I believe they are using to manipulate and control Bitcoin's fiat value via the following:
These exchanges employ several tactics to maintain the price of bitcoin by having the following:
a) OTC (Over The Counter) markets to big money
b) spot markets for the masses
c) APIs (Application Program Interface) on the spot markets that trade bitcoin back and forth with each other all day at whatever price deemed appropriate.
d) Access. Whenever the demand side of the supply /demand profile becomes too much for them to handle they simply pull the plug and say technical difficultues. They then spook the traders /investors into backing off, letting demand cool off temporarily, then turn access back on.
Cash settled futures have been used by big banks and Wall Street for decades to control the price of hard assets like gold. Please research how they have done this to the gold markets.
Other areas which I see as possible threats are infiltration into many of the large bitcoin wallets. Because of this I prefer to roll my own bitcoin addresses with dice and creating paper wallets. Thus removing the trust in the wallet software development folks that they are truly random generation. Furthermore I generate only P2PKH addresses so that I can independently sign bitcoin messages with these addresses to know for certainty that I and alone control them.
Ok, here's the good news. In my opinion I believe that as more and more people realize these things and familiarize themselves with terms like rehypothification and commingling, that the supply and demand profile will ultimately break bitcoin free from the suppression by Wall St. All we need to do is simply move our crypto to addresses that independently control and the math will do the rest.
We must all remember that Bitcoin was created to be an alternative financial system that empowers the sovereignty of the individual. Let's empower this global peaceful revolution and make custody solutions a term only used with respect to the individual HODLers. Bitcoin should never be stored anywhere other than your own addresses that you and you alone control the private keys.
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What did you expect?

From this article:
If you hold your coins with Coinbase, you will no longer be able to send or receive crypto to or from just any old bitcoin address if it has been through a KYC process. Once you move your funds into a non-custodial account, you'll be free to send them to any self-custody address, but if you've never formally associated your identity with that address via a regulated entity, you won't be able to transact with a Coinbase address or one administered by any other regulated custody provider.
I've posted here a few times, warning of (obvious) developments like this.
You don't understand these people. They will stop at nothing but total control over who transacts with whom, how much and how often.
They reason that only by putting everyone under surveillance can they protect us from crime.
This is totalitarian thinking at its finest. With this reasoning, you must put everyone under surveillance to see who is talking to whom (could be a terrorist or a pedo), you must boobytrap the entire legacy banking system to see who is transacting with whom (they could be funding terrorists or - gasp - buying vegetation to smoke online), you must lobby against end-to-end encryption which "keeps you in the dark" (they feel entitled to know everything about everyone, so in that light this sentiment makes sense) and prevents you from finding terrorists and pedos - nevermind that in the process you get to know every intimate, banal, subversive, conversation that everyone has with everyone else.
Those of you less into computers don't get it. And your ignorance is costing the world greatly. They are not looking for anyone in particular most of the time (so the "I have nothing to hide" argument is just stupid), the important thing to understand is that without massive amounts of data siphoned off from as many people in as many situations as possible, their artificial intelligence won't work.
It needs your data to work.
Stop giving it your data. Unless we are to become digital cattle, this must be resisted with all our might.
If you don't care about this, you don't understand the grave danger in having the government and its friendly big corporations knowing everything about everyone. You should come to care about this, and you should come to understand this, before it's too late.
These new FATF recommendations are nothing unexpected if you understand how they think.
This regulation will give them the ability to know who everyone is transacting with, which allows the artificial intelligence to start doing its thing and labeling / cataloging social connections in yet another dimension.
It also sets the stage - just you wait for it - to pressure merchants, not just exchanges, to stop accepting orders from non-KYC'd addresses at a global scale, if they are feeling kind only above certain amounts.
In the mean time, the artificial intelligence will be busy linking all of your addresses with your purchases too, and someone will be making a fat profit off your data, a la Google/Facebook. And you'll be powerless to stop it, because while the beast was still a baby we failed to slay it.
I legitimately believe that this threat is unlike anything we've faced before in human history. We've had mass-surveillance before, but never at anything even remotely approaching this level. We've had tyrants before, but never at a global level. We've had repression, but never with the cold, precise calculations of computers making connections in a split second that would take human operators YEARS.
For the sake of all that's good, this massive abuse of human rights has to be stopped. Or we're fucked. Your children are fucked. Their children are fucked.
The technology will only get better. The regulations will only get tighter. These people understand very well what they're doing, they see you and your data as their property, and they would very much like to know where you are at all times, who you speak to, what about, what you enjoy reading, how you like spending your time, what your hobbies are, and most relevant to /cryptocurrency, where do you spend your money and who you transact with.
The surveillance state would simply crumble without its many tentacles sucking the information out of the digital realm.
Resistance has to start somewhere: I suggest Tor, getting rid of facebook, using another search engine besides google (and through Tor), using ad-blockers, encrypting your email, choosing Signal over WhatsApp.
And let's not forget getting rid of built-in spyware on your phone - choose LineageOS (arguably our best bet on Android) and f-droid - choose apps that respect your privacy.
Turn the damn phone off too, do you really need to be online and reachable 24/7? Trust me, it's pretty liberating not to. Time slows down without all the interruptions and impulses to check this or that online - and that's a good thing.
And in the domain of cryptocurrency, I suggest you look into Monero.
To quote from the article linked in the beginning:
Anyone stuck on these exchanges will not be allowed to send BTC to certain addresses deemed not in compliance. Let me be clear, this will not be enforced at the protocol level, but at the exchange and services level. Business owners will be forced to censor their users, hopefully driving a significant portion of their user bases away as they wise up and learn how to use the protocol as designed.
Look, I love this guy, he hosts a podcast which is usually very deep and entertaining and which I highly recommend - a great recent episode to listen to if you are not familiar with it is episode 76 with Alex Gladstein, for instance.
But like all bitcoin maximalists he fails to notice, because of purely ideological reasons, that it is the inherent obvious flaws in bitcoin that allow for this emerging nightmare to manifest.
Bitcoin has no built-in privacy. It was only a matter of time until the usual suspects would leverage this for max impact - this process is now well underway, and as I wrote before, expect the same logic to be applied to merchants; and don't you even think about mixing your coins with something like wasabi wallet, because they will automatically be assumed dirty.
The Monero community has been saying for years, and the wider brothers and sisters in the crypto community are still reluctant to comprehend: if a cryptocurrency has no privacy built-in, it cannot be fungible; if it is not fungible, it can and will be censored - and it will (has) be repurposed as a mass-surveillance tool.
Look, am I saying dump all your BTC and buy Monero yesterday? Not really. Bitcoin has by far the largest network effect, the largest developer community, and the largest brand recognition. We need Bitcoin to succeed if crypto is to succeed, at least for the foreseeable future.
And plenty of innovation comes out of Bitcoin.
What I am trying to call your attention to is the orwellian intentions of those who would propose to get as much data about as many aspects of our lives in order to "protect" us.
Listen, wake up. You're more likely to die from a bizarre accident with a lightning strike than a terrorist attack. The mass-media distorts everything, we react emotionally to things without considering the odds of it actually happening - repeating the same images over and over usually does the trick.
Certain things are being used as leverage (excuses) to strip away our civil liberties and build a global surveillance state. Your government and my government come up with this sort of regulation, behind my back and your back, without having been requested by the people of their countries to do so.
Is it for my own good? Is it for your own good? Cui bono ?
Who benefits from a global surveillance net that continuously builds profiles about everyone and discerns ever more precise patterns in behavior?
Could it be those who would very much like the status quo to remain the status quo? If you know exactly who to target in order to silence opposition..
Could it be those companies that get to make billions from predicting human behavior and selling stuff to people - precisely the right kind of stuff for that kind of person - at precisely the right time for precisely the right reasons? (Whether they actually need the stuff or not)
It's time to wake up to these very important issues folks. The governments that claim to represent us have cast the dice already, and our best interests are not on the table.
It is up to us to change the tide, demand privacy, and say that enough is enough.
What are they going to do? Put everyone in jail?
Wake up, before it's too late.
TL;DR (by popular demand): Why surveillance is not OK.
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Chillhawaiian MHRB Review

Against the backdrop of mixed reviews here on Reddit, I rolled the dice with Chillhawaiian for 1kg of mhrb.
I placed my order online on Dec 3 and paid using the Bitcoin option. Once I had a few confirmations on the transaction, I sent an email asking for Chillhawaiian to verify that he'd received my payment and shipping information. He answered my email within three hours, confirming both. He let me know it would go out same day.
The package arrived on Dec 10, but there was a minor delay as it was delivered to the leasing office, rather than the postal locker, so I got it a day late. In the confusion, I let chillhawaiian know about my situation, and he was very responsive and supportive.
As for the quality, let's just say the shirts I dyed came out fantastic. Good yield from his product. While many others have had different experiences, my interaction with Chillhawaiian was exceptional, and I would not hesitate to order from him again.
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My initial feedback about the Coldcard mk3

Here's my email that I just sent to Coinkite:
Hi,
I just bought the coldcard, and I'd like to give some feedback. First some positive things, then a lot of improvement suggestions. I like the anti-phishing words. It seems pretty unlikely someone would phish a hardware device anytime soon, but its a great security addition with little downside. I like the screen, it feels very spacious and can contain plenty of content. I like the taper evident bag it came in, very obvious by opening it that it was not tampered with. The instructions on device are great, and much better than including an instruction manual. Its cool that it comes with an sd card slot for more airgapped use, tho I'm comfortable just using USB. I might consider using the encrypted backup feature with and sd card at some point. The very obvious caution/genuine light - tho when I first saw it, what i thought was (wouldn't a fake coldcard still say genuine?). I like that there's a shoot me symbol, and that the case it transparent so you can see inside.
Now to the issues i had and improvements i'd like to see. So the first thing I realized is that passphrases are hard to input on the number pad. The number pad has no letters on it, so it doesn't help you input a word-based passphrase (which is best practice). I originally thought that transforming a passphrase into a string of numbers had to either be a huge pain or lose you tons of entropy. I thought that if you transformed each word of a passphrase into numbers 1 for 1 (eg "cat" would be "228"), it would require more words to have a strong passphrase. But actually, I did some analysis which found that there is nearly no difference between using an alphabetic passphrase vs using an alpha passphrase transformed into numbers in that way. So I'm happy about that, but its still hard to input letter-based passphrases.
So my request is that in the mk4:
A. please put a full alphanumeric keyboard on the coldcard. Its certainly big enough for one. Say with the size and layout of the Palm phone, like the Treo 750 series. Edit: I did some analysis and found out that a numberpad is actually pretty usable with passphrases. More details at the bottom.
B. if that is, for some reason, out of the question, then please put letters on each button so you don't need to pull out an additional reference in order to input a word-based passphrase.
Numeric-only passwords are either too short or not memorable. Typing words based passphrases on the coldcard is very unweildy. Please do something about this.
Furthermore, the coldcard recommends that users write down their PIN. This is really bad advice. Please remove it. I wrote a whole rant about it here: https://www.reddit.com/coldcard/comments/emnjwx/coldcard_advises_users_to_write_down_your_pin/ . Losing your $100 cold card is not the end of the world. Getting a few bitcoin stolen from you because someone found your pin stored next to your coldcard would be FAR worse, and in a bitcoin future, just as likely as forgetting your pin, if not more likely.
So:
C. Remove the advice to write down your pin! Advise users instead to make a calendar event to recite their pin to themselves if they don't use it often enough to remember it. Its OK if the pin (and thus the coldcard) is lost - your funds can still be recovered with the seed.
D. There should be a way to factory reset the coldcard. If the current secure chip doesn't support it, I'm sure there's one that does. If everything is cleared and reset correctly, this wouldn't add any additional security risk.
E. The pin input is super confusing! Why does a 0 show up, and then half a second later the 0 is filled with a bunch of dots? What does that indicate? Please just have asterisks show up like every single other password input in the world. The pin 2525 should look like ****. The way you have it makes it very unintuitive to even know how many numbers it thinks you've typed so far.
F. Speaking of the above. I found out through trial and error (lots of error) that I had misunderstood how many characters I had put in! Why? Because when I go to create my pin, there are two pages of instructions. I click enter to get passed page 1, then I click enter again to try to get passed page 2, but it only resets page 2. So I then press the first number of my pin, and it goes to the next page, where it then displays a 0, which I thought represented the number I had pressed. It would be EXTRA confusing if the number I had pressed was 0. But no, apparently that 0 is actually trying to represent an empty space! It certainly doesn't look like an empty space. Page 2 should not go to the input view when you press a number, instead it should only continue to the next view when you press enter - like page 1 did.
G. The input is laggy. When I was looking through my seed words by holding down the arrow buttons, if I let go immediately after it shifted down one line, it would still shift down yet another line about 400 milliseconds after I had unpressed the button. What is up with that?
H. And holding down the arrow keys repeats FAR too slowly. Its maddening watching only one line go up every 500 milliseconds. The lagging problem (G) needs to be solved first tho, because if it repeated faster, the lag would be much more noticeable.
I. Ugh, why does it ask you if you want to add dice rolls into your seed AFTER it asks you to write the whole seed down? Come on, work with me here. I already wrote those down. If the user might do something that affects the seed, don't tell people to write it down yet. Put that option to "press 4 to add dice rolls into the mix" ABOVE the seed words. Also, why can't I find that text in the firmware code? Perhaps this has already been fixed/changed?
J. I tried setting a nickname, and the input isn't great. I believe it started me with 'A' and I could go up and down in letters, suuuuuper slowly (as per complaint G). But then going to the next letter, it starts me in symbol mode, which means I have to press 1 every time I'm done with the last character. My request A would obviously readily solve this problem, and B would help a whole lot, but even without any physical interface improvements, this could be done a lot better. For starters, start the next letter in the same mode you were in previously. Resetting the mode every time you go to the next letter is bad UI.
K. Where is there a public forum for discussing these kinds of issues? No one at Coinkite seems to pay attention to coldcard, and github issues are turned off for most of your repositories. Why are github issues turned off tho? Where am I supposed to report bugs? By email? How is anyone supposed to help track down bugs? That's part of the point of open source is that people can help you track stuff down and discuss improvements.
Honestly, the UI on this needs lots of work. I expected better for a third generation device that cost me over $100. Maybe I'll send another annoying email when I use this thing more, but its late and I need to sleep.
The OP originally contained this at the top, but I discovered that entering your usual passphrases with a number pad doesn't actually lose you much entropy at all.:
I just bought the coldcard, and one thing I'm realizing is that the passphrase I want to use is going to be an enormously gigantic bitch to type into this numberpad. Any 3-4 words passphrase would take about 30 key presses.
For example, lets take the passphrase "monkeyemusloth". To type that in with just numbers would be: 6666665533999336887777555666844.
31 key presses. That's super long, error prone, and what if you want to include numbers in your passphrase? You'd have to have an additional number keypress for every letter. "1monkey2emu3sloth" would be:
166666666655533399992333668883777775555666688444
Which is 48 keypresses! And given that these numbers don't have letters on them, you either have to be an expert at it or you have to pull out something else (like my phone's number pad, which is what I'm using now).
You could simply type a single number that represents each letter. But this substantially lowers the entropy of your passphrase, meaning that in order to have a sufficiently lengthed passphrase, you need to use 5-6 words instead of 3-4 words.
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