Cryptoverse Laughs Off IMF Bitcoin Threats to El Salvador With Memes, BTC Rises

2022.01.26 08:31 lha1107 Cryptoverse Laughs Off IMF Bitcoin Threats to El Salvador With Memes, BTC Rises

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2022.01.26 08:31 DeepSquare_io Sustainability, a fundamental pilar for DeepSquare

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2022.01.26 08:31 Pale_Cobbler_5366 Tyler, the Creator type song

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2022.01.26 08:31 Frcdstcr Revenge is a Dish Best Served... Stranger

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2022.01.26 08:31 RichyMcRichface Mazda CX-5 Carbon Edition vs Rav4 Hybrid XLE Premium

Hi all, first post here.
Currently have a dilemma. I've managed to snag two reservations for cars at "msrp" which seems like the best you can get in this current market considering the popularity of the models I've chosen.
CX-5-------------------------------------------
First car is a 2022 Mazda CX-5 Carbon Edition (Would love a Carbon Edition turbo but those are discontinued in 2022 and all of the 2021 models are overpriced or 2000 miles away.) priced at 35,000 OTD. I love the looks of this car especially the unique color that comes with the carbon edition. The interior itself is more premium than its competitor and I think overall the car just has a better "presence" on the road compared to the Rav4. The negatives of this vehicle is that it does not have good gas mileage (25city/29/highway27overall) and is actually slower than the Rav 4 with only 187 horsepower and a 0-60 in 8.2 seconds.
My pricing breakdown is 31,855 for msrp plus 629 in dealelicensing fees and 2,475 in taxes (yikes) coming to a total of 35,000. I feel like overall I got a better deal from the dealer for this on with almost no destination fee and no factory required packages.
Rav 4----------------------------------------------
Second car is a Toyota Rav 4 XLE premium Hybrid colored dark blue (blueprint) priced at 39,500 OTD. The advantages of this car are obvious. High MPG (41city/36highway/39combined) and higher speed with 0-60 in 7.5 seconds. The negatives are a less premium interior (My opinion) with a lot more plastic trim and hard touch areas, and overall I prefer the exterior look of the CX-5.
The other negative is that I got almost 2,223 in factory added packages that I don't want. These are: A weather package and I live in California I really don't need a heated steering wheel and rain sensing wipers. The other packages are mudgards, blackout package, roof rack cross bars, all weather floor and cargo liners, door edge guards, and black chrome exhaust tip. Basically its a bunch of crap that I don't want on the vehicle that the factory installs. I'm planning to ask my saleswoman if she can find a me a vehicle that doesn't have all the factory installs.
My pricing breakdown for this vehicle is 33,435 for msrp plus 2,223 in factory added packages (Christ) PLUS a 1,215 delivery processing and handling fee (yikes). I actually don't know if this includes license/registration fee. I hope it does but I will ask the saleswoman tomorrow. Adding taxes to this mix makes its 39,500 OTD.

Dilemma------
Things I need to consider
Value: I'm possible going to trade whichever vehicle I purchase here in for a Mazda CX-50 Hybrid when that launches next year. I'm currently looking for the vehicle that will depreciate the least in the allotted time (16months or so). I drive about 18,000 miles a year so assume the total mileage for the vehicle when trading in or selling will be 20,000 miles.
Gas Mileage: I live in California so gas around here is 4.50 a gallon on average. I really can't speak to the current gas market rates whether they will go up or down. This is a crazy world right now. Assuming gas prices stay the same or climb the 5000 dollar difference in price of the Rav 4 vs the cx-5 will be paid off in 2.5years just from gas savings. Remember its around a 15MPG difference with these two vehicles
Delivery time: The Mazda will deliver in mid February and the Rav 4 will deliver in late March/early April. I do have a 2006 Toyota Sequoia that I can drive in the meantime. Very fortunate to have understanding parents that are willing to allow me to put miles on our old SUV. The thing gets terrible MPG ($140 a week) but what can you do.
Clunker purchase: Since I'm going to trade in for the CX-50 hybrid a year from now (assuming its a desirable vehicle) should I just purchase some cheap clunker or economy vehicle to trade in next year. Issue here is that we don't have pricing on the CX-50 hybrid so I have no idea whether it will be in my price range.

Summary-------------------
My thoughts are this. Get the Rav 4 if I can find one without all of the factory crap on it. If not purchase the CX-5 for the better looks, better "deal", earlier deliver time. Only thing that I'm scared of is a massive depreciation in the value of the CX-5 over the next year compared to the Rav 4.
I'm also open to any other car suggestions but I'm pretty married to the crossovesuv segment so just keep that in mind. I don't mind electric or plug in hybrid's either.
Really appreciate anyone who takes the time. I know this is rather an overbearing post so I apologize for that.

TLDR: Rav 4 Hybrid vs Mazda CX-5. Which will depreciate less for possible trade in 1.5 years from now? Is sacrificing MPG worth the better looks of the CX-5 vs the Rav 4. Which OTD price is a better deal.
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2022.01.26 08:31 tennisbabes Jade riding

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2022.01.26 08:31 RLCD-Bot [Octane] [Grey Octane: Buzz Kill] [Anispray] [Flim-Flam] [Grey Tarnation]

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2022.01.26 08:31 Trishata96 Alas poor Pamela, died because she wanted the duffel off a zombie. Lesson learned.

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2022.01.26 08:31 Spiritual-Recover427 Was there a time in your life when you felt you were losing control?

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2022.01.26 08:31 Dancing_Cthulhu Repanse de Lyonesse by Yuri Gamberoni

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2022.01.26 08:31 thedaisyfield My botox (first time) almost completely disappeared after one month. Is that normal? Will it keep longer next time?

I would like to keep using it, but if I need a top up every month, then it gets a little pricey.
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2022.01.26 08:31 Feisty_Bumblebee1221 Homework attacks

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2022.01.26 08:31 randomredditor223231 rate my main avatar :D

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2022.01.26 08:31 Abboud75 Did Voopoo fix the leaking issue?

After the huge storm about the leaking issue in Voopoo tanks, did they fix this problem in the new top filling tanks attached to Drag S&X Pnp x-kit?
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2022.01.26 08:31 cantileversboxierf9 I've lived and breathed Defi for over a year now, here are my best low-risk Defi strategies for each major chain

TLDR Defi, decentralized finance, is often referred to as the Wild Wild West of Crypto. But after journeying in Defi for over a year, I've learned that the West is only 'wild' for the cowboys and mercenaries—they are known as 'degens' around these parts. For this post, I'll provide ways for you to prosper in the Wild West as a steady and humble farmer.
Edit: Forgot to mention that this guide prioritizes security over profits. The rules of the low-risk strategies are to (1) hold pristine assets like BTC and ETH, (2) avoid impermanent loss and splitting assets as you would by directly being in a LP position, (3) use reputable dapps, (4) use simple strategies (no leverage, no auto-compounding, etc.).
Ethereum - Very high gas fees
Wallet - Metamask or Ledger | Dex - Uniswap or SushiSwap are both good
I wouldn't recommend Defi on Ethereum due to high fees and because the roadmap is to stop using Ethereum for general purposes migrate to layer 2s; but, there are protocols that are only the Ethereum network right now. When using Ethereum, I recommend using as few dapps as possible to avoid gas fees.
The simplest Ethereum Defi strategy is to deposit ETH into Tokemak. The expected yield is 8-12%. Using Tokemak, you'll be a single-token liquidity provider. This allows you to avoid impermanent loss (IL) and you can hold 100% of ETH instead of splitting your assets like a typical liquidity provider.
But the IL doesn't just disappear. There are other type of users that work as "managers" who play a role in deciding how the protocols makes profits. I won't dive deeper into this aspect since it's a different strategy but for those interested to learn more, here's an explanation.
Downsides: Expect to spend heavily on fees (~$200) on bridging to Ethereum as well as approving and depositing ETH. And the same amount for the withdrawing process. If the fees are peanuts to you, feel free to use this strategy, MMrs. Whale. You'll be earning rewards via the protocol token, TOKE, as rewards, which may not be ideal given that TOKE does suffer from high price volatility and selling pressure.
Polygon - Negligible fees (~$0.02)
Wallet - Metamask or Ledger | Dex - QuickSwap, Uniswap, or SushiSwap
Polygon really made its strides between April to July 2021 when they launched a $40M incentive program and since they've been reliable and competitive. And with Polygon fees being so low, you’re pretty much free to do whatever.
In terms of low-risk Defi investing, an Aave + Curve strategy is currently the golden standard. Adding the rates for lending and providing liquidity and subtracting it from the costs of borrowing, the expected yield is 4-6%. This can be done by depositing into Aave, using the deposits as collateral to borrow a stablecoin, and using the borrowed stablecoins to provide liquidity in Curve.
As a low-risk user, the ideal borrowing rate is 30% of your deposits (ie. deposit $1K, borrow $300). At this rate, you'll be liquidated if your deposits depreciate more than 45%. Given that it historically takes several days or cryptos like BTC or ETH to crash, giving you a long enough timeframe to manage your risks. You can further mitigate liquidation risks are to deposit stablecoins, which improves the stability of your portfolio, while depositing even more volatile assets like MATIC will increase risks. It's all about risk management.
Downsides: Borrowing and lending on Aave exposes you to liquidation risk and will require you to properly manage your assets. You will "be your own bank" and that isn't easy. Alas, this is one of the few ways to participate while holding assets like BTC and ETH and avoiding liquidity providing risks. You'll be earning rewards in wrapped MATIC and some rewards in CRV (a protocol token but has good fundamentals and has held its value historically).
Terra - Relatively high fees (~$1)
Wallet - Terrastation | Dex - TerraSwap or AstroPort
Terra is flag-shipped by the successes of Anchor Protocol and their stablecoin ecosystem that has a presence among most major defi networks thanks to the Cosmos network. But the option in Terra network itself are limited. I would only recommend using Terra if you want exposure to LUNA or if you're in need of a Defi savings account. But I would consider exposure to LUNA as having medium to high risks, which is beyond the scope of this post.
For low-risk Defi participation, I can only recommend depositing UST in Anchor's Saving Protocol. The expected yield is 19% annual percentage yield. By using Anchor's savings protocol, you'll be reward from the protocol's revenue streams from (1) borrowing interest and (2) staking deposits. This revenue comes from another feature in Anchor that allows users to deposit LUNA or ETH and borrow UST, the native algorithmic stablecoin.
You can further optimize your yield via strategies like using your deposit as collateral for other protocols, but again those are medium to high risk strategies that go beyond the scope.
Downsides: A ~19% savings account is an undoubtedly insane yield granted traditional banks can barely offer 1% for a similar product. But this isn't too far fetched given that Defi flips the model and instead of getting 20% of the revenue while banks get 80%, Defi users get 100%. The risks are explained thoroughly here. The ones that stand out are de-pegging, regulatory risk, and lowered yield as a result of decreasing protocol revenue. You'll be earning rewards in UST.
Avalanche - Low fees ($0.3) but can high (>$5) when congested
Wallet - Metamask | Dex - TraderJoe or SushiSwap
A lot of big Defi players such as Aave, Curve, and Abracadabra also built on Avalanche, which is why it was able to rapidly grow when it first launched. That and it's $180M incentive program, which dwarfed Polygon's incentive program.
With Avalanche, you could do the same Aave + Curve strategy and get a similar yield. But, unlike Polygon (at least not yet), Avalanche has Abracadabra, which is a reputable dapp that's also built on Ethereum. So an alternative low-risk strategy would be to use AAVE + Abracadabra. The expected yield is 4-6%. You'll be borrowing and lending on Aave and providing liquidity on Curve or Abracadabra.
Under the hood, you're using Curve to provide liquidity for stablecoins that includes its algorithmic stablecoin, Magic Internet Money (MIM). The revenue comes from a liquidity fee that traders pay to swap between these stablecoins pairs. Again, you don't need to know any more about the protocol but you can read more about it here.
Downsides: Again, you're borrowing and lending, which makes you vulnerable to liquidation risks if you're mismanaging your assets. By using Abracadabra, which works on top of Curve, you're increasing your exposure to the smart contracts of three protocols. In Aave, you'll be earning rewards in wrapped AVAX and, in Abracadabra, in the protocol token, SPELL (likewise to TOKE, protocol tokens are not as ideal to hold as network tokens).
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I'll end this post with these four networks that I believe present the best opportunities at a low-risk based on factors that include total value locked and history among others. This also isn't a list to rank Defi ecosystems, I think each have their own benefits, opportunities, and risks. I know there are other promising networks out there with equally good, if not better opportunities. I'll be making a follow-up posts on them. But for now, thanks to anyone who read up to this point!
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2022.01.26 08:31 saintselesnya What are your plans for launch week both in-game and irl?

This is only my 2nd MMO, and my first time playing during a launch.
I am in college and have a part-time job, so I am hoping I can live vicariously through your responses!
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2022.01.26 08:31 KisakiS2lzYWtp Sussy leak about the weapons banner on 2.5. By @grandfatherbao on Twitter.

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2022.01.26 08:31 crazy19_14 What do you guys and gals think could have contributed to cheating in relationships going rampant nowadays?

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2022.01.26 08:31 Sixeven2021 Hi, can you guys tell me what you think? (Website develop Day45)

Two weeks ago, after I posted my post, many people visited my website and gave me some feedback. I am really grateful and then I decided to do a section on the first screen to write a brief introduction to my website according to your opinions.
Since I have no previous experience with similar sites, I put out the interfaces of several competitors in my last post, hoping to get some advice about how to learn from one of them. Everyone voted for D. During this period of time, I tried to not only refer to the competitor's website to do the first screen by myself but also contacted some engineers to deal with the difficult technical problem. However, due to the limitations of the theme, I can only make it to this extent.
What do you think of the website I have changed so far? I really want to know what you guys think. Especially the first screen and category bar of my website, do they look strange, compared with others?
Have a nice day, everyone :)
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2022.01.26 08:31 Coral_Anne_Dawn On The Book of Soyga

There's some "Mysterious" Magick Ciphers in This Book. We had never heard of it until today but took a quick look at Number 36.
We are going to assure you that these aren't DeeCiphers : that the Critical Read is to drop the Fourteenth Line and you'll get Gozo/Nod as an Acrostic. lower down there is a Reference to Egypt and there was a Gate there too : something We don't talk about as either the Giant Dam or the French under Napoleon or Both destroyed the Gate(s) in Egypt
:. So it's a pretty straight forward "Cipher".
We note there are dropped Vowels but that's for some other Day. We didn't look too closely at any of the Others. Which may or may not be Ciphers. The Acrostics are really it : We think every Seventh Line is dropped : at least on number 36: but you can play around with that.
Xoxo
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