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That's why I never try to get into that, no cash apps either the only online payment I have been used for 20 years is PayPal.

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Yourmaninvegas

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Are there any offices similar to the BitCoin Crypto center in Cabarete?

If people bought crypto using their help and placed their coins in a hot wallet or a cold wallet they have nothing to be worried about. Those in the know...know the saying:

Not your keys?
Not your crypto ‼️

I have another question: Does the OP have an investment in crypto?
I know he does not use the BTC Crypto Center in Cabarete since he had to ask if it was open.
And in that case I am asking directly why is the issue so important to the OP as to start a topic on it❓
 

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Are there any offices similar to the BitCoin Crypto center in Cabarete?

If people bought crypto using their help and placed their coins in a hot wallet or a cold wallet they have nothing to be worried about. Those in the know...know the saying:

Not your keys?
Not your crypto ‼️

I have another question: Does the OP have an investment in crypto?
I know he does not use the BTC Crypto Center in Cabarete since he had to ask if it was open.
And in that case I am asking directly why is the issue so important to the OP as to start a topic on it❓
See post #2
 

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Are there any offices similar to the BitCoin Crypto center in Cabarete?

If people bought crypto using their help and placed their coins in a hot wallet or a cold wallet they have nothing to be worried about. Those in the know...know the saying:

Not your keys?
Not your crypto ‼️

I have another question: Does the OP have an investment in crypto?
I know he does not use the BTC Crypto Center in Cabarete since he had to ask if it was open.
And in that case I am asking directly why is the issue so important to the OP as to start a topic on it❓
I had Ethereum but got rid of mine when it spiked above 3,600 thank you very much.
And no I didn't need to go to a 'shop' to buy into a Ponzi scheme, as I bought on Webull. Saved on gasoline going to Cabarete but I was curious to see how the shop was faring in the crypto meltdown.
I even knew it was a joke when I purchased 15 coins around ~1,800 - but sometimes you trade momentum plays and cash out. It's a profit game, as Steve Martin would say. Then you pay your taxes.

And why do you care why I started the topic?
Would you rather just talk inverter batteries 24/7/365 ?
 
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One think as JD Jones pointed out in post # 17 - the CEO" (aka Fraud King) of FTX, Sam Bankman-Fried was the second largest political contributor of this past election. Second only to Soros. (crooks try to make politicos beholden)
RULE # 1: Never trust a man with a hyphenated last name.

Musk said his BS meter went off when SBF called him offering $10 billion to help buy Twitter. He said "...that dude is just - there’s something wrong, and he does not have capital, and he will not come through. That was my prediction.”

There was a report last night out of England and carried by TGP and DC that over $40 million of money' donated to politicos by SBF was part of billions sent to Ukraine by the US government for the war effort and was laundered back to politicos by purchasing different crypto in the FTX platform from a Ukrainian account. Some of that never reached the campaigns - I think SBF better hope he is not imprisoned in the same place as Epstein.

Politicians can't launder through a shop in Cabarete - so for that reason maybe a physical locale is safer ?
 

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Saved on gasoline going to Cabarete but I was curious to see how the shop was faring in the crypto meltdown.
Thank you for your answer.
And why do you care why I started the topic?
I hate to break this to you...I don't care about anything you do here on DR1, in the 🇩🇴 or the entire world.

I was curious to see why someone who does not use a business or service was interested in it anyway.
I asked the question.
You answered.
Thank you for sharing.
That is one of the many ways that I learn.

I wish the owners of the Bitcoin Shop in Cabarete much success and that other offices open throughout the 🇩🇴.
 

Yourmaninvegas

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See post #2
Why would I need to do that ❓
And no I didn't need to go to a 'shop' to buy into a Ponzi scheme, as I bought on Webull. Saved on gasoline going to Cabarete but I was curious to see how the shop was faring in the crypto meltdown.
I have not used the Bitcoin Shop in Cabarete due to its distance from where I currently live.
But if there was an office closer I would not have a problem using it.
I have enough money to pay for a taxi to get to it.
It has been a long time since I have had to worry about gas money.
 
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So the Bitcoin Shop in Cabarete launched their own pseudo-crypto called Nabana/$Bana.

The launch looked more like a party with prizes and surprises than anything that might be considered a serious viable currency alternative.............and frankly that is a lot like most of the crypto lurking out there.

Perhaps someone who has bought can comment on it.

Apparently they now have an office in LT and Bavaro and appear to be marketing to the expat community.

And a question raised in a closed post regarding the Bitcoin shop in Cabarete still stands as to whether any due diligence has been done on the principals.


Respectfully,
Playacaribe2
 
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So the Bitcoin Shop in Cabarete launched their own pseudo-crypto called Nabana/$Bana.

The launch looked more like a party with prizes and surprises than anything that might be considered a serious viable currency alternative.............and frankly that is a lot like most of the crypto lurking out there.

Perhaps someone who has bought can comment on it.

Apparently they now have an office in LT and Bavaro and appear to be marketing to the expat community.

And a question raised in a closed post regarding the Bitcoin shop in Cabarete still stands as to whether any due diligence has been done on the principals.


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Playacaribe2

This is starting to be a Comedy .. lmfao
launched their own Crypto .. ? is this a Joke ?

i dont even have words .

This reminds of when I was a younger Lad and all the VIDEO / HVS Movie Rental Stores offered " Lifetime" Memberships .
LMFAO
 
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This is starting to be a Comedy .. lmfao
launched their own Crypto .. ? is this a Joke ?

i dont even have words .

This reminds of when I was a younger Lad and all the VIDEO / HVS Movie Rental Stores offered " Lifetime" Memberships .
LMFAO

It might be..............the better question is who the joke is ultimately on. Here are their pre-announcements before the launch.


Did you ever wonder how crypto in general has so much content written...............but very little substance to explain it coherently.


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Playacaribe2
 

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I am going to start a new crypto currency this winter in Samana. Crypto Coconuts. Or BitCocos. Have not decided yet. Much less expensive to transport than the old coconuts.
 
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There is plenty of content to explain how the blockchain that supports a particular crypto coin operates.
You start by reading the original white paper.
How many up in here commenting about crypto in general have even read one of those white papers ❓
It is not easy reading (at least not for me).
This is put on your thinking cap and be ready to look up the words, terminologies and understand the concepts piece by piece.
There is also the requirement to apply common sense to the document that you are reading.
The problem is not many have the intellectual capacity nor the time and willingness to put in the mental energy to educate themselves about this complex subject that will lead us into the future and make it possible to be a sovereign individual again.
So the Bitcoin Shop in Cabarete launched their own pseudo-crypto called Nabana/$Bana.
Perhaps someone who has bought can comment on it.
I would need to read the white paper on the Nabana/$Bana crypto and order to comment on the blockchain that sits under it.
The white paper is available in the link that was posted in post #34.
There is also a class on the blockchain available on youtube for anyone interested by a guest professor at MIT.

Anyone actually interested in the growth of the use of the blockchain and the adoption of cryptocurrency in the Dominican Republic let me know. Let's start a thread in the General Section for a discussion as it relates to the actual subject matter.
Opinions will be welcome.
But I prefer facts.
 
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It might be..............the better question is who the joke is ultimately on. Here are their pre-announcements before the launch.


Did you ever wonder how crypto in general has so much content written...............but very little substance to explain it coherently.


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Playacaribe2
A line taken from the very great broadway show Chicago is : Give them the OLE RAZZLE DAZZLE...RAZZLE DAZZLE DEM... explain it all.
 

johne

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There is plenty of content to explain how the blockchain that supports a particular crypto coin operates.
You start by reading the original white paper.
How many up in here commenting about crypto in general have even read one of those white papers ❓
It is not easy reading (at least not for me).
This is put on your thinking cap and be ready to look up the words, terminologies and understand the concepts piece by piece.
There is also the requirement to apply common sense to the document that you are reading.
The problem is not many have the intellectual capacity nor the time and willingness to put in the mental energy to educate themselves about this complex subject that will lead us into the future and make it possible to be a sovereign individual again.

I would need to read the white paper on the Nabana/$Bana crypto and order to comment on the blockchain that sits under it.
The white paper is available in the link that was posted in post #34.
There is also a class on the blockchain available on youtube for anyone interested by a guest professor at MIT.

Anyone actually interested in the growth of the use of the blockchain and the adoption of cryptocurrency in the Dominican Republic let me know. Let's start a thread in the General Section for a discussion as it relates to the actual subject matter.
Opinions will be welcome.
But I prefer facts.
Slightly off topic BUT to add to your post above: How many people read page after page of a document regarding a mortgage? A loan? A closing statement? lol. Then later they say WTF!!!
 
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