Moneropilled. Keep accumulating monerobros. For now XMR serves a niche, eventually it will become a necessity.
MUH DIGITAL GOLD except for it is highly monitorable and taxable. There is no such thing as an "under the table" Bitcoin transaction and everything is eternally stored on the blockchain. Privacy coins...odysee.com
Luke Smith and Mental Outlaw are fairly popular tech talking heads. I learned about them while I was installing Linux into my computers. They're not the crypto/finance bros that are always pumping the next shiny new thing. Monero's significant advantage over Bitcoin is it's untraceable (at least for now). Realize technology is always changing and what may have worked months ago may not work now.
I'd like to hear thoughts on how to sell this coin without raising suspicion (not that I'm doing anything illegal I just knew years ago Monero will be used by criminals). In a perfect world I would sell my Monero at 10K and reinvest it.
Nomad Capitalist has talked about how some of his clients are having a hard time signing up for ICO and consequently losing out on significant money for being US citizens. Nomad isn't a crypto bro he's a 2nd citizenship consultant.Poloniex is another exchange where one can get XMR.
They have a reasonable track record and reputation and accept customers from everywhere with the exception of the United States.
Oh dang, did not see the thread when I was searching around on the forum before making this thread. But, it looks like has no replies since 2019.There is a Monero thread with 218 posts: https://www.rooshvforum.com/threads/monero-xmr-thread.33293/
It seems like being a US citizen isn't as prestigious after listening to various manosphere content (alongside with Nomad capitalist). But good thing about the internet (if you're smart and tech savvy) is that you can escape most restrictions as long as there is no KYC. We have VPNs that are already parking people's IP address elsewhere.Nomad Capitalist has talked about how some of his clients are having a hard time signing up for ICO and consequently losing out on significant money for being US citizens. Nomad isn't a crypto bro he's a 2nd citizenship consultant.
Will the technology advance to the point where nationality doesn't matter? Maybe in the future IP addresses can be parked in a foreign country so investors don't lose out on investment opportunities.