Now you can feed a flock of sheep with Bitcoin : Bitcoin

Weve been brainwashed for 70 years to be "American" now we face the end and it seems like the good majority is only rubbing the sleep from their eyes. The current state of the world is horrible, I don't see this just "passing" over.

Our families and friends have been being brainwashed in America for almost 70 years now. This collapse of this country has been happening for generations. It started with the police force in the sixties, and then the dumbing down of our education, demoralizing our views with the ads on TV to be consumed by sex, drugs, and consumerism. Our Healthcare system is flawed, and our justice system is absolutely flawed. The banks are literally playing The game of monopoly with the government, they can't seem to print money fast enough to buy out corporations. They must make the stock market pretty to obtain the machismo stigma of "great america". The dollar bill is also nearly as useless as the amount of inflation occurring, yet we steadily keep pushing these paper ious around. Wait until staple items like bread and milk are nearly impossible to affordin five years if we are lucky.
If you believe this is fake news, then America has successfully brainwashed you into to believing that way of living is correct. America is one of the planets biggest enemies (in my eyes) and I pray that our civilization wakes up soon. To be honest it appears we are far too late. I believe that if the worst case scenario happens, (and at these times it seems there are several realistic downfalls) then almost all Americans will be in shock coming to the realization to late that they too have been a pawn and a slave in a broken system for too long.
Statistically, Americans are the least happiest they have ever been in this country. The world is watching our government scam and create fraud. The world is feeling the impact of the inflation of the dollar as their own economic systems cannot handle the current level of inflation. Currently, there is so much USD floating around outside of America that it is even beyond belief it still holds any value at all. We are talking since 1971, when Nixon ended the Bretton Woods agreement to take the USD off of the gold standard which helped the FEDs and banks play monopoly and flood the world. They've backed this fraud with immense amounts of military technology and power to imply the thuggish effect of American government. America is home of a scamming government that loves flaunting its big guns and ego to the world. They do this to hold the value of their monopoly.
As the world opens their eyes to the bullshit of America, the USD will undoubtedly collapse. Items such as bitcoin, precious metals, and bartering will become of greater value than the USD. This has got to stop, we the people need to become more aware. It is disgusting the amount of ignorance in this country. 99% have been lied to by the 1% of the wealthy and that is our real enemy here.
If we remove the blinders from our eyes, and the bananas from our ears it would become easier to be present in the life around you, because life exists outside of America, and it is greater than America. We are not grandiose, we are not better than or more entitled to anything more than any other living life. I am not proud to be an American today because the government has made it an ignorant country to be easily manipulated for them to destroy the world. We will always be chasing the lifestyle they live because it has been advertised to us as a kid, and the game is rigged in their favor. The government wants you here to collect your tax and use you for your slave labor. If you don't work you lose life, but if you work 60+ hours a week in a sweatshop or crammed in an office cubicle trying to struggle to survive, my question is, is your life of value at this point?
We will always be the hamster on a wheel as society if we don't stand up and revolt. Our voice is heavier than any constitutional "right" weve been granted. Im not trying to promote anything more than awareness to fellow peers who feel closely to me with the current state of the world. It is our duty to perform civic duties, and if that includes providing information to those suffering from the propaganda, than we should.
There is also the possibility that I am 100% paranoid and a controversial minded person, but truthfully the proof is in the pudding and I really feel several of us are starting to realize...we need to do more for each other. The government is on their own team, we need to be on our team. If the country is divided then we should form our loyalties with whom we love and trust. This life is yours, dont let it go because you were lied to and misinformed. Make your life better, it just takes a little effort and will power. The great American govt cannot take away our soul, or our will, but they can and will keep encouraging us to live lives with little moral value, little real world educational knowledge, and instead continue to be encouraged in consumerism and sheep like living.
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Potential huge hint (Reason(s) behind Covid-19)

Morning everyone
So I was surfing GLP and I came across this thread from back in April 2020 so it's recent.
Guy claimed to be an "insider" of sorts left some potentially valuable information before the trolls and low iqs with attention span of a fly flooded his thread with bs flags and name calling.
He was addressing the purpose behind bullshit19 and said there are 3 outcomes for it I quote:
"OUTCOME 1:
The first is most likely, as most of the council seems to agree to it, and that is a phase-out of the pandemic by Summer. The stock market will reach 35,000 by election day in the U.S. and Bitcoin will reach $50,000.
No new currency is introduced and the US Dollar retains supremacy.
It will be an economic restoration unlike any seen in human history.
New vaccines are introduced, which will be yearly and target COVID-19 (which is fictional, of course). They will be mandatory.
We have been working on this particular vaccine, to be used for Outcome 1, for a very long time. Outcome 1's primary purpose is to introduce the vaccine in a way that it is accepted and welcomed by the world, and to allow us to grow richer.
I will not disclose the long-term purpose of the vaccine, at this time, or its effects.
OUTCOME 2:
We allow the pandemic to persist into late 2020, and a monetary reset occurs.
We have not decided if Trump will be reelected or not, in this scenario. Hillary Clinton may be placed in power, one of our most dedicated servants, who is due a great reward. (She is greatly in favor of this outcome, but has no voting power on our council.)
We will redistribute 22.7% of our wealth to 4.6 Billion people, through the issuance of a new worldwide currency. Each name and individual has already been chosen, though children under 18 will not receive these accounts.
We will also cancel all consumer debt worldwide, ban cryptocurrencies, and the ownership of gold, silver and other materials of value.
Not only will living standards rise, Americans in particular will enjoy new-found wealth.
As we control all market mechanisms, inflation and other issues will not be a concern. "A rising tide lifts all boats."
But there will be a cost to personal freedom and liberty, and that is an implantable microchip that must be accepted, if one is to receive the benefits of the new currency.
Those who do not consent to the microchip, will have to operate in a black market, in which we will employ authorities to aggressively monitor, target and imprison many who do not consent.
This will lead to a divided world, of haves and have-nots. Poverty and the 3rd world is eliminated, but the black market grows. Those who accept the chip will have no favor of those who do not, and we will see programs which encourage reporting, "snitching" and so on. You are already seeing this tested right now.
This outcome is favored by a few individuals on our council who have extra voting power. These individuals outrank me.
OUTCOME 3:
The pandemic ceases in late Summer, but at great economic cost. There is no recovery, and the world lurches through a severe depression. The Dow drops to 5,000, and Bitcoin reaches $180 USD and is rendered a "dead" technology.
Normality returns, to a degree, but there are shortages, by design, new restrictions, and severe economic struggles for the middle class.
During this time, a number of new laws are passed, designed to limit freedom. This occurs in governments around the world. The excuse for these laws is to stop any pandemic from happening again, new campaigns are released using slogans like, "Never Again" and "We Must Unite" and so on.
Through these campaigns, we gain consent to remove virtually all freedoms.
By late Winter, into 2021, a new pandemic is released, it is more severe than the last. It is a real bioweapon we have prepared, and leads to a substantial loss of life. It reduces the world's population by 1.9 Billion people in less than six months. The future is grim, and somewhat chaotic, and during this time, we use the pandemic to further tighten controls. Power outages, brownouts and Internet shortages become the "norm" (as you can see, we are already testing part of this scenario right now). Food is rationed.
Outcome 3, in particular, is favored by those on our council frustrated by the Internet and free speech.
(… if you were wondering, I favor Outcome 1 and I will vote for it and advocate for it.)"
So as of today if this info is correct it seems they're still testing the scenarios and didn't decide on one yet. Personally I think OUTCOME 1 will fail miserably as there's no way they're gonna convince the whole world to get vaccinated. Bill gates' sinister intentions that he can't hide on camera have become almost mainstream. Even people who aren't into conspiracies will not take a vax from a tech guy.
Though with the late talks of vaccines through Trump, Gates and the media, it may be possible that they may go for it or at least test the grounds to see what sort of reaction people will generate. If they do though I expect the sheep will be our true obstacle. People will enforce it on people to ride the wave. Just like with masks. I hope I'm wrong.
Outcome 2 I think will probably have a higher chance to succeed but there are many religious people who consider the microchip to be "the mark of the beast" and spread that info to each other to resist it. BUT take a look at this. "The Great Reset" posted by the World Economic Forum to evolve our economic model by early 2021." Either mass resistance or mass consideration between religious beliefs and dying from hunger.
Looking at Outcome 3 I say is the most likely to occur because the amount of censorship on the internet and the media is unprecedented.
He did say one thing that I agree with which was this whole shitshow is a simulation. Most of us found this info back in March and maybe even February. Event 201.
Also an overwhelming body of evidence emerged over time that the official narrative of bs19 was total well bs. You can find most of it here.
So there's simply no way in hell that it was accidental or done with no discernible purpose. It's a game.
Dude could be a larp but we shouldn't dismiss anything. Our consent is one of the things they strive for even subconsciously. That's the purpose behind predictive programming and "communications with the peasants through conspiracy theory forums". Let's be real he got called out from like 80% of people who engaged on his thread on fucking glp which is the natural habitat for loonies. What would you think would happen if he said that shit on facebook groups or bodybuilding forums.
We'll verify this info with time.
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Here's why I think Bitcoin Core is right, but Bitcoin Cash was necessary

My name is Michael.
I am currently downloading Bitcoin Core on my iMac, and it's taking 4 weeks (because I'm destinationing it to my external drive, via gigabit internet). I figured I'd speak to the community that I've been lurking, while that does its thing.
I am a true believer, since 2012, when I first discovered it via reddit.
I co-founded a crypto company in 2013, which now has 20 people, of which I prefer to keep anonymous. I live in Seattle.
I have an Electrical Engineering degree, and have been coding software since High School, because I was very unpopular. I dedicated my life to startups when I was 15. The rest of my life has been the implementation of that decision. I have been the first mover in 2 industries; created them, depending on who you ask. I am an ENTP.
I grew up feeling powerless, and have spent most of my life pursuing power. I have always worked on my own startups. Our generation has witnessed 6 revolutions so far. We're blessed.
I went all-in on Bitcoin when it was $20. I knew it when I saw it. I didn't need convincing.
Bitcoin Core, sucks and is amazing. The people leading Bitcoin Core, fundamentally suck. I do agree that it's been taken over by corporate interests. I also believe that it's decisions around power, are fundamentally correct. Lightning Network, is an incredible idea, but a disaster.
Bitcoin Cash, is basically amazing. The people leading and supporting BCH, are smart, industrious, and making a difference.
Everyone seems bitter.
I hope to add clarity that both were right, about different sides, of the same 3d object.
It was never about money. It's about Power.
Here's why Bitcoin Core did the right thing:
  • BTC is the first fundamentally fair money. It's not racist - everyone is equal.
  • It gives individuals equal footing to the giants.
  • That footing is based upon the way we make it, the way we distribute it, and the way we trade it.
    • Anyone can make it.
    • Everyone receives it, equally. (electricity is available everywhere-ish.)
    • Anyone can trade it, equally, without America's say-so.
      • Try to sell Oil for Euros, and you'll get what I mean.
  • This is the largest redistribution of power that humanity has ever seen.
  • Large blocks make it harder for individuals to be nodes.
  • Loss of individuals, means centralization to those already with power.
  • The purpose of BTC was to distribute the power to the people.
  • Large blocks centralize the power.
  • It must be small blocks. Period. Stop complaining.
    • It's not about buying coffee. It's about Power, stupid.
Core, did what they had to do: - Keep Individuals, which means keep small blocks, with an unchanged cadence. - The consequence is that the use-case changed. * The use-case changed from "use" to "save" * Sorry, that's the consequences of the purpose. * But that's not the end of the story.
Doing the right thing is hard. That's the hard thing about hard things, they're hard. We feel the fear, and we do it anyway. I didn't realize that Bitcoin ATMs required licenses when I bought them; I fucked up; but then I fixed it.
Core, had the right idea: - In order to deal with the loss of the "use" use-case, we need a layer-2 solution. - In my opinion, the layer-2 is better served by Bitcoin Cash. - In their opinion, the layer-2 is better served by Lightning. * They fucked it up. - (clarification: In my opinion, Layer-2 means, "A way to Faster_Cheaper_Activity, on top of value.") * Lightning is Faster_Cheaper_Activity, on top of BTC value. * BCH is Faster_Cheaper_Activity, on top if its own value.
Unfortunately, there were large consequences, and it has hurt everyone.
And that's where Bitcoin Cash saved the day.
  • BCH keeps the initial vision alive, by restoring the original use-case.
  • BCH keeps the individual involved (good enough; for now).
  • BCH keeps the brand in-tact, for both.
    • Core does not need a community, because their goal is "power"
    • Cash needs a community, because their goal is "usefullness"
  • BTC/BCH infighting is good.
    • In the words of Marcus Aurelius, see a thing for what it is.
Let me say this another way:
  • Bitcoin Core gives power over value to the individual.
    • Centralization of nodes to powerful people, undermines.
    • Usefulness doesn't matter.
  • Bitcoin Cash gives power over trade to the individual.
    • Centralization of nodes to powerful people, doesn't matter.

    - Usefulness matters.

    • First, we conquered each other for Women and Sheep.
    • But those die eventually, and your kids need to be skilled at keeping them alive.
    • Second, we conquered each other for Gold.
    • This allowed generations and dynasties.
    • It doesn't decay/rust/die.
    • It keeps score.
    • Enough people generally wanted it, and would do things for it.
    • But now you need to guard it, which sucks.
    • The big guys had vaults, the small guys didn't have vaults, business opportunity.
    • Third, we gave it to the guy with the strongest vault.
    • They named themselves banks.
    • They started giving out "paper slips" as a receipt.
    • They needed to monetize the expenses related to having a vault.
    • They started giving out receipts as loans, and charging for receipts in exchange.
    • They cheated, and gave out more receipts than they had.
    • They got caught.
    • Fourth, Oil became the thing with most value, but we 'use it', instead of 'store it'
    • Essentially, instead of valuing a "thing", we started to value a "flow"
    • Fifth, WW2 happened, and America was left standing.
    • They took the oil, and forced everyone to use USD to buy it.
    • The USA became the bank.
    • If you step out of line, you're cut off from USD, thus cut off from oil.
      • Ask Iraq how their Euro for Oil thing worked out.
    • Sixth, the USA started to cheat. (history repeats).
    • That cheating, hurt individuals.
    • How we make USD, how we distribute it, and how we use it, are fundamentally corrupt.
    • If you save USD, but piss of USA, they punish you by invalidating your wealth.
    • Seventh, BTC saved us, in terms of "store of value" (you can't invalidate me, bro)
    • Eight, BCH saved us, in terms of "ability to trade" (you can't shun me, bro)
  • BTC is the first "power as a human right"
  • BCH is the first "trade as a human right"
  • ETH is the first "computing as a human right."
I posted this here, instead of /Bitcoin, because they aren't doing it right. They corruptly stifle conflicting opinions. I didn't want my authentic sharing, to cause me to be banned. It's not fair, and they suck for it.
I hope this helps.
TLDR: BTC gives us money as a human right. BCH gives us trade as a human right. We're both right. Except Lightning, because that shit is broken.
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Your Guide to Monero, and Why It Has Great Potential

/////Your Guide to Monero, and Why It Has Great Potential/////

Marketing.
It's a dirty word for most members of the Monero community.
It is also one of the most divisive words in the Monero community. Yet, the lack of marketing is one of the most frustrating things for many newcomers.
This is what makes this an unusual post from a member of the Monero community.
This post is an unabashed and unsolicited analyzation of why I believe Monero to have great potential.
Below I have attempted to outline different reasons why Monero has great potential, beginning with upcoming developments and use cases, to broader economic motives, speculation, and key issues for it to overcome.
I encourage you to discuss and criticise my musings, commenting below if you feel necessary to do so.

///Upcoming Developments///

Bulletproofs - A Reduction in Transaction Sizes and Fees
Since the introduction of Ring Confidential Transactions (Ring CT), transaction amounts have been hidden in Monero, albeit at the cost of increased transaction fees and sizes. In order to mitigate this issue, Bulletproofs will soon be added to reduce both fees and transaction size by 80% to 90%. This is great news for those transacting smaller USD amounts as people commonly complained Monero's fees were too high! Not any longer though! More information can be found here. Bulletproofs are already working on the Monero testnet, and developers were aiming to introduce them in March 2018, however it could be delayed in order to ensure everything is tried and tested.
Multisig
Multisig has recently been merged! Mulitsig, also called multisignature, is the requirement for a transaction to have two or more signatures before it can be executed. Multisig transactions and addresses are indistinguishable from normal transactions and addresses in Monero, and provide more security than single-signature transactions. It is believed this will lead to additional marketplaces and exchanges to supporting Monero.
Kovri
Kovri is an implementation of the Invisible Internet Project (I2P) network. Kovri uses both garlic encryption and garlic routing to create a private, protected overlay-network across the internet. This overlay-network provides users with the ability to effectively hide their geographical location and internet IP address. The good news is Kovri is under heavy development and will be available soon. Unlike other coins' false privacy claims, Kovri is a game changer as it will further elevate Monero as the king of privacy.
Mobile Wallets
There is already a working Android Wallet called Monerujo available in the Google Play Store. X Wallet is an IOS mobile wallet. One of the X Wallet developers recently announced they are very, very close to being listed in the Apple App Store, however are having some issues with getting it approved. The official Monero IOS and Android wallets, along with the MyMonero IOS and Android wallets, are also almost ready to be released, and can be expected very soon.
Hardware Wallets
Hardware wallets are currently being developed and nearing completion. Because Monero is based on the CryptoNote protocol, it means it requires unique development in order to allow hardware wallet integration. The Ledger Nano S will be adding Monero support by the end of Q1 2018. There is a recent update here too. Even better, for the first time ever in cryptocurrency history, the Monero community banded together to fund the development of an exclusive Monero Hardware Wallet, and will be available in Q2 2018, costing only about $20! In addition, the CEO of Trezor has offered a 10BTC bounty to whoever can provide the software to allow Monero integration. Someone can be seen to already be working on that here.
TAILS Operating System Integration
Monero is in the progress of being packaged in order for it to be integrated into TAILS and ready to use upon install. TAILS is the operating system popularised by Edward Snowden and is commonly used by those requiring privacy such as journalists wanting to protect themselves and sources, human-right defenders organizing in repressive contexts, citizens facing national emergencies, domestic violence survivors escaping from their abusers, and consequently, darknet market users.
In the meantime, for those users who wish to use TAILS with Monero, u/Electric_sheep01 has provided Sheep's Noob guide to Monero GUI in Tails 3.2, which is a step-by-step guide with screenshots explaining how to setup Monero in TAILS, and is very easy to follow.
Mandatory Hardforks
Unlike other coins, Monero receives a protocol upgrade every 6 months in March and September. Think of it as a Consensus Protocol Update. Monero's hard forks ensure quality development takes place, while preventing political or ideological issues from hindering progress. When a hardfork occurs, you simply download and use the new daemon version, and your existing wallet files and copy of the blockchain remain compatible. This reddit post provides more information.
Dynamic fees
Many cryptocurrencies have an arbitrary block size limit. Although Monero has a limit, it is adaptive based on the past 100 blocks. Similarly, fees change based on transaction volume. As more transactions are processed on the Monero network, the block size limit slowly increases and the fees slowly decrease. The opposite effect also holds true. This means that the more transactions that take place, the cheaper the fees!
Tail Emission and Inflation
There will be around 18.4 million Monero mined at the end of May 2022. However, tail emission will kick in after that which is 0.6 XMR, so it has no fixed limit. Gundamlancer explains that Monero's "main emission curve will issue about 18.4 million coins to be mined in approximately 8 years. (more precisely 18.132 Million coins by ca. end of May 2022) After that, a constant "tail emission" of 0.6 XMR per 2-minutes block (modified from initially equivalent 0.3 XMR per 1-minute block) will create a sub-1% perpetual inflatio starting with 0.87% yearly inflation around May 2022) to prevent the lack of incentives for miners once a currency is not mineable anymore.
Monero Research Lab
Monero has a group of anonymous/pseudo-anonymous university academics actively researching, developing, and publishing academic papers in order to improve Monero. See here and here. The Monero Research Lab are acquainted with other members of cryptocurrency academic community to ensure when new research or technology is uncovered, it can be reviewed and decided upon whether it would be beneficial to Monero. This ensures Monero will always remain a leading cryptocurrency. A recent end of 2017 update from a MRL researcher can be found here.

///Monero's Technology - Rising Above The Rest///

Monero Has Already Proven Itself To Be Private, Secure, Untraceable, and Trustless
Monero is the only private, untraceable, trustless, secure and fungible cryptocurrency. Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are TRACEABLE through the use of blockchain analytics, and has lead to the prosecution of numerous individuals, such as the alleged Alphabay administrator Alexandre Cazes. In the Forfeiture Complaint which detailed the asset seizure of Alexandre Cazes, the anonymity capabilities of Monero were self-demonstrated by the following statement of the officials after the AlphaBay shutdown: "In total, from CAZES' wallets and computer agents took control of approximately $8,800,000 in Bitcoin, Ethereum, Monero and Zcash, broken down as follows: 1,605.0503851 Bitcoin, 8,309.271639 Ethereum, 3,691.98 Zcash, and an unknown amount of Monero".
Privacy CANNOT BE OPTIONAL and must be at a PROTOCOL LEVEL. With Monero, privacy is mandatory, so that everyone gets the benefits of privacy without any transactions standing out as suspicious. This is the reason Darknet Market places are moving to Monero, and will never use Verge, Zcash, Dash, Pivx, Sumo, Spectre, Hush or any other coins that lack good privacy. Peter Todd (who was involved in the Zcash trusted setup ceremony) recently reiterated his concerns of optional privacy after Jeffrey Quesnelle published his recent paper stating 31.5% of Zcash transactions may be traceable, and that only ~1% of the transactions are pure privacy transactions (i.e., z -> z transactions). When the attempted private transactions stand out like a sore thumb there is no privacy, hence why privacy cannot be optional. In addition, in order for a cryptocurrency to truly be private, it must not be controlled by a centralised body, such as a company or organisation, because it opens it up to government control and restrictions. This is no joke, but Zcash is supported by DARPA and the Israeli government!.
Monero provides a stark contrast compared to other supposed privacy coins, in that Monero does not have a rich list! With all other coins, you can view wallet balances on the blockexplorers. You can view Monero's non-existent rich list here to see for yourself.
I will reiterate here that Monero is TRUSTLESS. You don't need to rely on anyone else to protect your privacy, or worry about others colluding to learn more about you. No one can censor your transaction or decide to intervene. Monero is immutable, unlike Zcash, in which the lead developer Zooko publicly tweeted the possibility of providing a backdoor for authorities to trace transactions. To Zcash's demise, Zooko famously tweeted:
" And by the way, I think we can successfully make Zcash too traceable for criminals like WannaCry, but still completely private & fungible. …"
Ethereum's track record of immutability is also poor. Ethereum was supposed to be an immutable blockchain ledger, however after the DAO hack this proved to not be the case. A 2016 article on Saintly Law summarised the problematic nature of Ethereum's leadership and blockchain intervention:
" Many ethereum and blockchain advocates believe that the intervention was the wrong move to make in this situation. Smart contracts are meant to be self-executing, immutable and free from disturbance by organisations and intermediaries. Yet the building block of all smart contracts, the code, is inherently imperfect. This means that the technology is vulnerable to the same malicious hackers that are targeting businesses and governments. It is also clear that the large scale intervention after the DAO hack could not and would not likely be taken in smaller transactions, as they greatly undermine the viability of the cryptocurrency and the technology."
Monero provides Fungibility and Privacy in a Cashless World
As outlined on GetMonero.org, fungibility is the property of a currency whereby two units can be substituted in place of one another. Fungibility means that two units of a currency can be mutually substituted and the substituted currency is equal to another unit of the same size. For example, two $10 bills can be exchanged and they are functionally identical to any other $10 bill in circulation (although $10 bills have unique ID numbers and are therefore not completely fungible). Gold is probably a closer example of true fungibility, where any 1 oz. of gold of the same grade is worth the same as another 1 oz. of gold. Monero is fungible due to the nature of the currency which provides no way to link transactions together nor trace the history of any particular XMR. 1 XMR is functionally identical to any other 1 XMR. Fungibility is an advantage Monero has over Bitcoin and almost every other cryptocurrency, due to the privacy inherent in the Monero blockchain and the permanently traceable nature of the Bitcoin blockchain. With Bitcoin, any BTC can be tracked by anyone back to its creation coinbase transaction. Therefore, if a coin has been used for an illegal purpose in the past, this history will be contained in the blockchain in perpetuity.
A great example of Bitcoin's lack of fungibility was reposted by u/ViolentlyPeaceful:
"Imagine you sell cupcakes and receive Bitcoin as payment. It turns out that someone who owned that Bitcoin before you was involved in criminal activity. Now you are worried that you have become a suspect in a criminal case, because the movement of funds to you is a matter of public record. You are also worried that certain Bitcoins that you thought you owned will be considered ‘tainted’ and that others will refuse to accept them as payment."
This lack of fungibility means that certain businesses will be obligated to avoid accepting BTC that have been previously used for purposes which are illegal, or simply run afoul of their Terms of Service. Currently some large Bitcoin companies are blocking, suspending, or closing accounts that have received Bitcoin used in online gambling or other purposes deemed unsavory by said companies. Monero has been built specifically to address the problem of traceability and non-fungibility inherent in other cryptocurrencies. By having completely private transactions Monero is truly fungible and there can be no blacklisting of certain XMR, while at the same time providing all the benefits of a secure, decentralized, permanent blockchain.
The world is moving cashless. Fact. The ramifications of this are enormous as we move into a cashless world in which transactions will be tracked and there is a potential for data to be used by third parties for adverse purposes. While most new cryptocurrency investors speculate upon vaporware ICO tokens in the hope of generating wealth, Monero provides salvation for those in which financial privacy is paramount. Too often people equate Monero's features with criminal endeavors. Privacy is not a crime, and is necessary for good money. Transparency in Monero is possible OFF-CHAIN, which offers greater transparency and flexibility. For example, a Monero user may share their Private View Key with their accountant for tax purposes.
Monero aims to be adopted by more than just those with nefarious use cases. For example, if you lived in an oppressive religious regime and wanted to buy a certain item, using Monero would allow you to exchange value privately and across borders if needed. Another example is that if everybody can see how much cryptocurrency you have in your wallet, then a certain service might decide to charge you more, and bad actors could even use knowledge of your wallet balance to target you for extortion purposes. For example, a Russian cryptocurrency blogger was recently beaten and robbed of $425k. This is why FUNGIBILITY IS ESSENTIAL. To summarise this in a nutshell:
"A lack of fungibility means that when sending or receiving funds, if the other person personally knows you during a transaction, or can get any sort of information on you, or if you provide a residential address for shipping etc. – you could quite potentially have them use this against you for personal gain"
For those that wish to seek more information about why Monero is a superior form of money, read The Merits of Monero: Why Monero Vs Bitcoin over on the Monero.how website.
Monero's Humble Origins
Something that still rings true today despite the great influx of money into cryptocurrencies was outlined in Nick Tomaino's early 2016 opinion piece. The author claimed that "one of the most interesting aspects of Monero is that the project has gained traction without a crowd sale pre-launch, without VC funding and any company or well-known investors and without a pre-mine. Like Bitcoin in the early days, Monero has been a purely grassroots movement that was bootstrapped by the creator and adopted organically without any institutional buy-in. The creator and most of the core developers serve the community pseudonymously and the project was launched on a message board (similar to the way Bitcoin was launched on an email newsletter)."
The Organic Growth of the Monero Community
The Monero community over at monero is exponentially growing. You can view the Monero reddit metrics here and see that the Monero subreddit currently gains more than 10,000 (yes, ten thousand!) new subscribers every 10 days! Compare this to most of the other coins out there, and it proves to be one of the only projects with real organic growth. In addition to this, the community subreddits are specifically divided to ensure the main subreddit remains unbiased, tech focused, with no shilling or hype. All trading talk is designated to xmrtrader, and all memes at moonero.
Forum Funding System
While most contributors have gratefully volunteered their time to the project, Monero also has a Forum Funding System in which money is donated by community members to ensure it attracts and retains the brightest minds and most skilled developers. Unlike ICOs and other cryptocurrencies, Monero never had a premine, and does not have a developer tax. If ANYONE requires funding for a Monero related project, then they can simply request funding from the community, and if the community sees it as beneficial, they will donate. Types of projects range from Monero funding for local meet ups, to paying developers for their work.
Monero For Goods, Services, and Market Places
There is a growing number of online goods and services that you can now pay for with Monero. Globee is a service that allows online merchants to accept payments through credit cards and a host of cryptocurrencies, while being settled in Bitcoin, Monero or fiat currency. Merchants can reach a wider variety of customers, while not needing to invest in additional hardware to run cryptocurrency wallets or accept the current instability of the cryptocurrency market. Globee uses all of the open source API's that BitPay does making integrations much easier!
Project Coral Reef is a service which allows you to shop and pay for popular music band products and services using Monero.
Linux, Veracrypt, and a whole array of VPNs now accept Monero.
There is a new Monero only marketplace called Annularis currently being developed which has been created for those who value financial privacy and economic freedom, and there are rumours Open Bazaar is likely to support Monero once Multisig is implemented.
In addition, Monero is also supported by The Living Room of Satoshi so you can pay bills or credit cards directly using Monero.
Monero can be found on a growing number of cryptocurrency exchange services such as Bittrex, Poloniex, Cryptopia, Shapeshift, Changelly, Bitfinex, Kraken, Bisq, Tux, and many others.
For those wishing to purchase Monero anonymously, there are services such as LocalMonero.co and Moneroforcash.com.
With XMR.TO you can pay Bitcoin addresses directly with Monero. There are no other fees than the miner ones. All user records are purged after 48 hours. XMR.TO has also been added as an embedded feature into the Monerujo android wallet.
Coinhive Browser-Based Mining
Unlike Bitcoin, Monero can be mined using CPUs and GPUs. Not only does this encourage decentralisation, it also opens the door to browser based mining. Enter side of stage, Coinhive browser-based mining. As described by Hon Lau on the Symnatec Blog Browser-based mining, as its name suggests, is a method of cryptocurrency mining that happens inside a browser and is implemented using Javascript. Coinhive is marketed as an alternative to browser ad revenue. The motivation behind this is simple: users pay for the content indirectly by coin mining when they visit the site and website owners don't have to bother users with sites laden with ads, trackers, and all the associated paraphern. This is great, provided that the websites are transparent with site visitors and notify users of the mining that will be taking place, or better still, offer users a way to opt in, although this hasn't always been the case thus far.
Skepticism Sunday
The main Monero subreddit has weekly Skepticism Sundays which was created with the purpose of installing "a culture of being scientific, skeptical, and rational". This is used to have open, critical discussions about monero as a technology, it's economics, and so on.

///Speculation///

Major Investors And Crypto Figureheads Are Interested
Ari Paul is the co-founder and CIO of BlockTower Capital. He was previously a portfolio manager for the University of Chicago's $8 billion endowment, and a derivatives market maker and proprietary trader for Susquehanna International Group. Paul was interviewed on CNBC on the 26th of December and when asked what was his favourite coin was, he stated "One that has real fundamental value besides from Bitcoin is Monero" and said it has "very strong engineering". In addition, when he was asked if that was the one used by criminals, he replied "Everything is used by criminals including the US dollar and the Euro". Paul later supported these claims on Twitter, recommending only Bitcoin and Monero as long-term investments.
There are reports that "Roger Ver, earlier known as 'Bitcoin Jesus' for his evangelical support of the Bitcoin during its early years, said his investment in Monero is 'substantial' and his biggest in any virtual currency since Bitcoin.
Charlie Lee, the creator of Litecoin, has publicly stated his appreciation of Monero. In a September 2017 tweet directed to Edward Snowden explaining why Monero is superior to Zcash, Charlie Lee tweeted:
All private transactions, More tested privacy tech, No tax on miners to pay investors, No high inflation... better investment.
John McAfee, arguably cryptocurrency's most controversial character at the moment, has publicly supported Monero numerous times over the last twelve months(before he started shilling ICOs), and has even claimed it will overtake Bitcoin.
Playboy instagram celebrity Dan Bilzerian is a Monero investor, with 15% of his portfolio made up of Monero.
Finally, while he may not be considered a major investor or figurehead, Erik Finman, a young early Bitcoin investor and multimillionaire, recently appeared in a CNBC Crypto video interview, explaining why he isn't entirely sold on Bitcoin anymore, and expresses his interest in Monero, stating:
"Monero is a really good one. Monero is an incredible currency, it's completely private."
There is a common belief that most of the money in cryptocurrency is still chasing the quick pump and dumps, however as the market matures, more money will flow into legitimate projects such as Monero. Monero's organic growth in price is evidence smart money is aware of Monero and gradually filtering in.
The Bitcoin Flaw
A relatively unknown blogger named CryptoIzzy posted three poignant pieces regarding Monero and its place in the world. The Bitcoin Flaw: Monero Rising provides an intellectual comparison of Monero to other cryptocurrencies, and Valuing Cryptocurrencies: An Approach outlines methods of valuing different coins.
CryptoIzzy's most recent blog published only yesterday titled Monero Valuation - Update and Refocus is a highly recommended read. It touches on why Monero is much more than just a coin for the Darknet Markets, and provides a calculated future price of Monero.
CryptoIzzy also published The Power of Money: A Case for Bitcoin, which is an exploration of our monetary system, and the impact decentralised cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Monero will have on the world. In the epilogue the author also provides a positive and detailed future valuation based on empirical evidence. CryptoIzzy predicts Monero to easily progress well into the four figure range.
Monero Has a Relatively Small Marketcap
Recently we have witnessed many newcomers to cryptocurrency neglecting to take into account coins' marketcap and circulating supply, blindly throwing money at coins under $5 with inflated marketcaps and large circulating supplies, and then believing it's possible for them to reach $100 because someone posted about it on Facebook or Reddit.
Compared to other cryptocurrencies, Monero still has a low marketcap, which means there is great potential for the price to multiply. At the time of writing, according to CoinMarketCap, Monero's marketcap is only a little over $5 billion, with a circulating supply of 15.6 million Monero, at a price of $322 per coin.
For this reason, I would argue that this is evidence Monero is grossly undervalued. Just a few billion dollars of new money invested in Monero can cause significant price increases. Monero's marketcap only needs to increase to ~$16 billion and the price will triple to over $1000. If Monero's marketcap simply reached ~$35 billion (just over half of Ripple's $55 billion marketcap), Monero's price will increase 600% to over $2000 per coin.
Another way of looking at this is Monero's marketcap only requires ~$30 billion of new investor money to see the price per Monero reach $2000, while for Ethereum to reach $2000, Ethereum's marketcap requires a whopping ~$100 billion of new investor money.
Technical Analysis
There are numerous Monero technical analysts, however none more eerily on point than the crowd-pleasing Ero23. Ero23's charts and analysis can be found on Trading View. Ero23 gained notoriety for his long-term Bitcoin bull chart published in February, which is still in play today. Head over to his Trading View page to see his chart: Monero's dwindling supply. $10k in 2019 scenario, in which Ero23 predicts Monero to reach $10,000 in 2019. There is also this chart which appears to be freakishly accurate and is tracking along perfectly today.
Coinbase Rumours
Over the past 12 months there have been ongoing rumours that Monero will be one of the next cryptocurrencies to be added to Coinbase. In January 2017, Monero Core team member Riccardo 'Fluffypony' Spagni presented a talk at Coinbase HQ. In addition, in November 2017 GDAX announced the GDAX Digit Asset Framework outlining specific parameters cryptocurrencies must meet in order to be added to the exchange. There is speculation that when Monero has numerous mobile and hardware wallets available, and multisig is working, then it will be added. This would enable public accessibility to Monero to increase dramatically as Coinbase had in excess of 13 million users as of December, and is only going to grow as demand for cryptocurrencies increases. Many users argue that due to KYC/AML regulations, Coinbase will never be able to add Monero, however the Kraken exchange already operates in the US and has XMfiat pairs, so this is unlikely to be the reason Coinbase is yet to implement XMfiat trading.
Monero Is Not an ICO Scam
It is likely most of the ICOs which newcomers invest in, hoping to get rich quick, won't even be in the Top 100 cryptocurrencies next year. A large portion are most likely to be pumps and dumps, and we have already seen numerous instances of ICO exit scams. Once an ICO raises millions of dollars, the developers or CEO of the company have little incentive to bother rolling out their product or service when they can just cash out and leave. The majority of people who create a company to provide a service or product, do so in order to generate wealth. Unless these developers and CEOs are committed and believed in their product or service, it's likely that the funds raised during the ICO will far exceed any revenue generated from real world use cases.
Monero is a Working Currency, Today
Monero is a working currency, here today.
The majority of so called cryptocurrencies that exist today are not true currencies, and do not aim to be. They are a token of exchange. They are like a share in a start-up company hoping to use blockchain technology to succeed in business. A crypto-assest is a more accurate name for coins such as Ethereum, Neo, Cardano, Vechain, etc.
Monero isn't just a vaporware ICO token that promises to provide a blockchain service in the future. It is not a platform for apps. It is not a pump and dump coin.
Monero is the only coin with all the necessary properties to be called true money.
Monero is private internet money.
Some even describe Monero as an online Swiss Bank Account or Bitcoin 2.0, and it is here to continue on from Bitcoin's legacy.
Monero is alleviating the public from the grips of banks, and protests the monetary system forced upon us.
Monero only achieved this because it is the heart and soul, and blood, sweat, and tears of the contributors to this project. Monero supporters are passionate, and Monero has gotten to where it is today thanks to its contributors and users.

///Key Issues for Monero to Overcome///

Scalability
While Bulletproofs are soon to be implemented in order to improve Monero's transaction sizes and fees, scalability is an issue for Monero that is continuously being assessed by Monero's researchers and developers to find the most appropriate solution. Ricardo 'Fluffypony' Spagni recently appeared on CNBC's Crypto Trader, and when asked whether Monero is scalable as it stands today, Spagni stated that presently, Monero's on-chain scaling is horrible and transactions are larger than Bitcoin's (because of Monero's privacy features), so side-chain scaling may be more efficient. Spagni elaborated that the Monero team is, and will always be, looking for solutions to an array of different on-chain and off-chain scaling options, such as developing a Mimblewimble side-chain, exploring the possibility of Lightning Network so atomic swaps can be performed, and Tumblebit.
In a post on the Monero subreddit from roughly a month ago, monero moderator u/dEBRUYNE_1 supports Spagni's statements. dEBRUYNE_1 clarifies the issue of scalability:
"In Bitcoin, the main chain is constrained and fees are ludicrous. This results in users being pushed to second layer stuff (e.g. sidechains, lightning network). Users do not have optionality in Bitcoin. In Monero, the goal is to make the main-chain accessible to everyone by keeping fees reasonable. We want users to have optionality, i.e., let them choose whether they'd like to use the main chain or second layer stuff. We don't want to take that optionality away from them."
When the Spagni CNBC video was recently linked to the Monero subreddit, it was met with lengthy debate and discussion from both users and developers. u/ferretinjapan summarised the issue explaining:
"Monero has all the mechanisms it needs to find the balance between transaction load, and offsetting the costs of miner infrastructure/profits, while making sure the network is useful for users. But like the interviewer said, the question is directed at "right now", and Fluffys right to a certain extent, Monero's transactions are huge, and compromises in blockchain security will help facilitate less burdensome transactional activity in the future. But to compare Monero to Bitcoin's transaction sizes is somewhat silly as Bitcoin is nowhere near as useful as monero, and utility will facilitate infrastructure building that may eventually utterly dwarf Bitcoin. And to equate scaling based on a node being run on a desktop being the only option for what classifies as "scalable" is also an incredibly narrow interpretation of the network being able to scale, or not. Given the extremely narrow definition of scaling people love to (incorrectly) use, I consider that a pretty crap question to put to Fluffy in the first place, but... ¯_(ツ)_/¯"
u/xmrusher also contributed to the discussion, comparing Bitcoin to Monero using this analogous description:
"While John is much heavier than Henry, he's still able to run faster, because, unlike Henry, he didn't chop off his own legs just so the local wheelchair manufacturer can make money. While Morono has much larger transactions then Bitcoin, it still scales better, because, unlike Bitcoin, it hasn't limited itself to a cripplingly tiny blocksize just to allow Blockstream to make money."
Setting up a wallet can still be time consuming
It's time consuming and can be somewhat difficult for new cryptocurrency users to set up their own wallet using the GUI wallet or the Command Line Wallet. In order to strengthen and further decentralize the Monero network, users are encouraged to run a full node for their wallet, however this can be an issue because it can take up to 24-48 hours for some users depending on their hard-drive and internet speeds. To mitigate this issue, users can run a remote node, meaning they can remotely connect their wallet to another node in order to perform transactions, and in the meantime continue to sync the daemon so in the future they can then use their own node.
For users that do run into wallet setup issues, or any other problems for that matter, there is an extremely helpful troubleshooting thread on the Monero subreddit which can be found here. And not only that, unlike some other cryptocurrency subreddits, if you ask a question, there is always a friendly community member who will happily assist you. Monero.how is a fantastic resource too!
Despite still being difficult to use, the user-base and price may increase dramatically once it is easier to use. In addition, others believe that when hardware wallets are available more users will shift to Monero.

///Conclusion///

I actually still feel a little shameful for promoting Monero here, but feel a sense of duty to do so.
Monero is transitioning into an unstoppable altruistic beast. This year offers the implementation of many great developments, accompanied by the likelihood of a dramatic increase in price.
I request you discuss this post, point out any errors I have made, or any information I may have neglected to include. Also, if you believe in the Monero project, I encourage you to join your local Facebook or Reddit cryptocurrency group and spread the word of Monero. You could even link this post there to bring awareness to new cryptocurrency users and investors.
I will leave you with an old on-going joke within the Monero community - Don't buy Monero - unless you have a use case for it of course :-) Just think to yourself though - Do I have a use case for Monero in our unpredictable Huxleyan society? Hint: The answer is ?
Edit: Added in the Tail Emission section, and noted Dan Bilzerian as a Monero investor. Also added information regarding the XMR.TO payment service. Added info about hardfork
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