The industrialized nations of the West want to eliminate hunger and poverty in the least developed countries of Africa.
These good intentions have been damaging the continent for the past 40 years.
I want to paint you a very different picture of Africa in the future. One with which you might not be quite so familiar.
If the industrialized nations really want to help the Africans, except for occasional humanitarian emergencies, they would wind-down and terminate aid altogether. Why? Because the countries that have received the most development aid are the ones that are in the worst shape now.
Ok, so bear with me. This is going to be confusing.
I am arguing currently with a guy at work. The following are his arguments.
He insists that the reason, so many institutions are buying up so much Bitcoin is, so they can release it all at once and flood the market. Causing a massive drop in Bitcoin value. Essentially destroying Bitcoin.
He says it’s impossible for Bitcoin to be a global currency because big entities like the US, the EU, Asia, and Russia will simply say no. …
This post is about the best change and how they conduct their business in the cryptocurrency world. Coinbase is shit regarding their regulations, and this is how I learned the hard way not to use Coinbase.
Long story short, an automation error resulted in thousands of dollars missing from my account. It took me months of badgering to finally reach a human and fix the problem. They have almost no customer support, so if anything fucks up — like anything at all, you are in for a long and painful road to get any kind of response.
Just switched to Kraken and (so far) it seems infinitely better. At the very least, they have human customer support you can talk to.
Any advice from the vets on preferred exchanges?
As an Iranian, Crypto has changed the life of Iranians for good. Especially during COVID-19
Seeing the post about Iran officially considering farming Bitcoin, I felt motivated to make this post as an Iranian. Cryptocurrency has changed the dynamics in Iran. The Iranian government’s view on it has been quite lax compared to neighboring countries or other Muslim countries. There was either support for it or it was simply ignored since you couldn’t really spend it on anything. On top of that, given the fact that Iran is disconnected from international banking, there was less concern from Iranian banks. …