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I fucking loved it
What a goddamn beautiful movie
Move to Detroit! Be our neighbor!
By the way, if anyone is seriously interested in buying property in Detroit, I cannot stress this enough: Now is the time. The window on these amazing opportunities is closing rapidly. Every day I'm seeing people from New York, California, Chicago, and even out of the country buying homes in Detroit because the prices are just so low. If you are interested in a Detroit real estate specialist, I would definitely like to give a shout-out to my agent, Nika Jusufi, who knows the ins-and-outs of Detroit's sometimes funky real estate scene. Tell her Brian & Nicole sent you or I can make an introduction.
Okay, I ended up going full Ubiquiti:
Thanks for the help, everyone!
As with other Cloverfield films, though, the last 30 seconds were awesome!
How far does everyone trust their cryptocurrency to be kept safe from theft?
Alright, this is one I can answer
There is some confusion about the difference between cryptocurrency accounts and wallets.
You can TRADE cryptocurrency on simple sites and apps like Coinbase or (soon) Robinhood, but you have to understand something fundamentally important: THEY are holding on to your currency (like a bank), but UNLIKE banks, they are not regulated or protected or insured... so if your currency gets stolen (and this has happened more times than you'd probably like to know), you are fully exposed to loss. See Mt Gox as one example of a currency exchange getting screwed over and tons of people losing their shorts in the mess...
To keep your currency safe, you should get a digital wallet (like Electrum or Blockchain). YOU are responsible for your own currency and you hold it with your own keys, etc. The chances of you personally getting hacked are infinitesimally smaller than a big, juicy exchange being targeted.
That means when you want to trade currency, you take it out of your wallet and move it INTO the exchange to trade... On the flip side, if you want to pull currency from the exchange, you would pull it FROM the exchange into your wallet.
It's much safer if you're holding onto it rather than letting it sit on somebody else's exchange.
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