is it safe?
Not your keys you fucking moron
fpbp use a non-custodial wallet and the exchange you used is no longer an issue
Yes it's the most popular which means its safe because the big people will never let it fail
there's a rumor going around on twitter that it is insolvent due to bad loans made to Circle
i heard a rumour youre a stupid fucking homosexual
brian armstrong is white and has good physiognomy so yes
>brian armstrong is white and has good physiognomy so yes
This, but unironically
oof. he has low IQ physiognomy and so do you
You are genuinely a retard if you think the guy who founded and ran one of the biggest crypto exchanges for 10+ years is low IQ. You don't comprehend the difficulty involved in running such a risky, unforgiving business where one misstep means you get hacked and lose billions.
You are their unsecured creditor in the event of bankruptcy.
don't get any safer than that
Run by a non-israelite so safer than FTX lel
> run by a non-israelite so sa-ACK
One of the safest exchanges but still nowhere near as safe as holding your own keys. Unless you're a retard and can't handle them right.
Bro, only buy crypto in small batches and always take it off exchange. It's that simple.
Absolutely fucking not. They lost half a billion last quarter. They run out of money next year. They regularly shut down their site during high volatility. They have $646 MILLION to a pajeet to create their NFT platform that no-one uses. They've had a massive number of insider trading and fraud cases. Their CFO actively came out in the summer and declared your assets aren't safe if they go bankrupt (when, given how quickly they're losing money). Utterly fucking incompetent company. Basically FTX but without the active fraud at the very top.
Only two exchanges you can trust are Coinmetro and Kraken. Even then, you should self-custody anything you aren't staking/actively trading
>Their CFO actively came out in the summer and declared your assets aren't safe if they go bankrupt (when, given how quickly they're losing money
but that part was always true ?
Gas fees are fucking robbery for 99.9% of transfers.
Then the amount you own is probably worth keeping on an exchange like Binance.
>Gas fees are fucking robbery for 99.9% of transfers.
People are now realising how utterly SHIT those dino chains are after having to actually USE the tech. Meanwhile I've been loving life on Algorand for the past year where txs never fail, finish in mere seconds, and "fees" are so low as to be non existent. Oh and the chain never halts and cannot fork. It's an amazing chain to use, you should try it out. Nice defi and shitcoin casino growing on it too, check out vestige.fi
It's funny, even during the bull I'd use Algo to transfer value between wallets and exchanges because of the nonexistent fees. Pay $35 to move some USDC in 20-30 minutes, or buy Algo, swap that in about 2 minutes, and buy back USDC. It will be one I accumulate once we hit the real doldrums
Absolute fucking lmao. Coinmetro is a Russian ponzi
Coinmetro has an American CEO, helps write EU crypto legislation, and Russians are banned from the exchange because of sanctions, silly
safe to say that they'll overcharge you on fees (by a lot), freeze your funds and provide shitty customer support, yes
It's gotta take at least 110+ IQ to safely custody your own crypto so if you're lower than that then it's safer. They seem very conservative with how they do things, it's the only exchange I would use anyway
I hope so, I have my life savings in it on shib, I plan on paying my kids college with this
With 16 dollar00s?
Just imagine asking this question about FTX 2-3 months ago.
While FTX is a perfect cluterfucking shitstorm full of drama, suspicious funding of the democrats, and involing (those) people and their shady fuckery, is still al black swan event. If anything this will make exchanges start having reserves a priority to stop imploding.
That being said not your keys not your crypto. Unless you are actively trading get it out. If you are holding less than like 1000$ then yeah i wouldn't bother as it's still unlikely that Coinbase will implode anytime soon, they have been audited and are publicly traded. But, you never know.
funds are safu.
my usdc just went to 0 according to linkie oracles, they also flew over my house
Safe? It’s a very strong word. But at least they don’t play with futures nor they loan money to idiots.
Coinbase is unironicly the exchange I trust the most since they are a US public company and highly regulated. Still wouldn't keep any coins there beyond immediately buying or selling and getting out right after
I hope so. I've been buying their stock all year.
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