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2021-01-15 08:53 26004309 Anonymous (75815337-E829-4DB1-A4C9-64094712BFBC.png 868x935 19kB)
I see a lot of heavy monero holders here. I understand the desire of privacy, but don’t you think it’s a bad investment? Seems like big money would avoid it. Especially since the irs put out a bounty to break it. Or y’all thinking digital Swiss bank, nobody will ever break it. Big money will go there to avoid taxes?

10 min later 26004541 Anonymous
Tldr; why do you think monero is a good investment

24 min later 26004871 Anonymous
>>26004309 Frankly Monero is one of the worst investments. It's an overpriced fork of Bytecoin that can be tracked. If you haven't upgraded your Monero to 0xMonero yet, you need to get on it.

24 min later 26004872 Anonymous
>>26004309 I'm all in RSR rn (5 fig $) and don't have any spare cash; if I did I would buy Monero; good choice or not in your opinions?

28 min later 26004954 Anonymous
>>26004871 stop shilling your vaporware you fucking streetshitting pajeet

28 min later 26004955 Anonymous
>>26004871 nope. 0xmonero is still vaporware bullshit just like the last hundred times you spammed it shut up dickless little moron https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoMoon Shots/comments/i27fhk/0xmonero_summ ary_of_findings/ https://warosu.org/biz/thread/S2475 0658#p24755504

30 min later 26004987 Anonymous
>>26004309 I'm not saying Monero is bad, but I don't think it's something normies will buy and it certainly isn't something the big boys will buy.

35 min later 26005094 Anonymous
>>26004987 That’s what I think too. Seems like a bad investment, but that doesn’t make it bad. I would definitely use it if I desired privacy in transactions. I just don’t get the whole monero portfolios I see on here

37 min later 26005129 Anonymous
>>26004987 price is driven by adoption by dark web and people who want to hide money

1 hours later 26005631 Anonymous
>>26004309 I don't hold any monero but I think of it kinda like gold/bearer bonds. BTC holders advertise their coin as "digital gold" except their transactions are traceable/trackable, so it's more like digital banking...

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