Bitcoin and Crypto Explained By The Simpsons | Drug Dealer LOSES 6000 BTC | EOS in Coinbase Trouble







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The Simpsons discuss Bitcoin, cryptocurrency and blockchain with guest Jim Parsons in a February 23 episode of the iconic series which explores the ‘Frinkcoin’. We examine the cultural significance of the Simpsons and why its satirical inclusion of these topics represents a major step forward toward mass adoption.

We also explore a whopping loss of 6000 BTC ($58 million) and consider the best practices that can be used to avoid such outcomes.

EOS is also facing issues with Coinbase.

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Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency and Bitcoin Explained By The Simpsons

Drug dealer loses $58M in Bitcoin after landlord accidentally throws codes out

Coinbase Flags EOS on ‘Degraded Performance’ Twice in 3 days

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30 comentários em “Bitcoin and Crypto Explained By The Simpsons | Drug Dealer LOSES 6000 BTC | EOS in Coinbase Trouble

  1. GIVEAWAY – CRYPTOTAG | Simply Subscribe to Altcoin Buzz and drop a comment on the Video | Winners for this weekly giveaway will be announced on every Saturday

  2. The risingtoolz just help me out guys after so many videos and help but only the risingtoolz are relîable and trustworthy.

  3. He deserves to lose it… 58m? You can get like 40 ledgers and leave 1m on 18 different exchanges and it would still be better than putting it in 1 place.

  4. Thanks for sharing. Just received from Ledger a nano x and nano s combo in the mail today. Is tip #3 saying not to use the recovery phrase in the standard Nano x set up?

  5. Tosh.o also recently showcased the topic… all these add up to get the message out to the masses.

  6. Thanks Matty! Pretty crazy to think the Simpson’s are articulating crypto! @cryptotag

  7. Good to receive some information on wallet security. I suggest multiple copies, one of which is in a fireproof safe or security deposit box.

  8. When you go to jail, landlords clear house big time. Seen it happen to my neighbor. Everything is dumped.

  9. Good job bro! As soon as I saw the simpsons prompting crypto I had to make a video about it as nobody else did at the time! I wasn’t able to reach out to world wide audience but now you’ve got the word out there! Great work bro!

  10. listen guys there is great news for victims that has been involved in cryptocurrency scam. fightingscams at aol dot recently recovered my life savings of 56btc lost to expasset. This is absolutely amazing. Don't give up guys .

  11. Some good info to keep your assets safe for sure. The only thing that’s tricky is with no one knowing any of your private keys etc.. if you were pass away no family member would be able to access your assets in death. A little morbid but interested to see if anyone has any thoughts on this subject and how best to plan for such a scenario? Anyway, keep up the great content 😉

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