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>turned 33 today
>make 135k/year
>lots of student loan debt tho
>30k in crypto
>120k saved up
>not married/no gf/no kids/ no romantic prospects
>no friends
> live at home with parents

not sure how i should feel
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>>16216987 (OP)
>turn 31 in 2 months
>will make $160k this year in metro Atlanta (low cost of living)
>$90k in crypto
>$200k+ net worth
>hang out with friends and fuck women semi-regularly
>have my own place and car

I think I'm doing a little better than you.
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Do you people really think you can quantitate the value of your life by imaginary numbers?

You’re living like cave men counting rocks and pelts to justify your life. Why don’t you try being grateful to be alive. Grateful to be healthy. Realize your impact on the world and the way you feel has nothing to do with what’s in your bank account or where you work. Its about who you are and what you stand for.
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>>16218617
Waging has killed my spirit. All I've got left are numbers and trying to make them higher.
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>>16218526
Yeah absolutely

https://blog.hubspot.com/sales/saas-sales-ultimate-guide
https://www.insightsquared.com/blog/7-traits-of-a-great-saas-sales-rep/

You're going to want to do some research on the "tools of the trade" mainly you use a CRM(customer relationship management software) and then some kind of outreach tool, coupled with something for lead generation.


CRM: Salesforce, Hubspot, Zoho
Outreach: Outreach.io, Salesloft, Yesware
Lead Generation: LinkedIn Sales Navigator, Zoom Info

Best site for jobs are LinkedIn, Angel.co, and BuiltIn_(I think its only for Denver, Austin, New York, Seattle, and Boston but still useful)


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>>16218768
I don't see your email, can you post it again? I must be blind.

.. what did they mean by this?
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>>16218936
op is a faggot nigger
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>>16218936
Cryptlets are Chainlink
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>>16218936
>outside a SmartContract
It's all so tiresome

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For me, it's 19th century real estate
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>>16217441
I thoroughly recommend researching the expression MONEY PIT for you
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>>16217441
>someone actually thought those lions would look good indoors
>those lamps mixed in with the rest of the furniture
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why would you want to live somewhere that looks like a casino lmao gross
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>>16217441
>muh 19th century uuhhhhhh
Murican spotted
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>>16217503
This

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1 million dollars is more than enough money to never have to work a day in your life.

Therefore if LINK ever reaches 1000$, then that would make a 1k LINK stack a make it stack.

100 is suicide stack.
10k is a fuck you money stack.
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is now an ok time to buy link?
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>>16217838
Wait 2 years
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>>16214483
>buy a house, or have children, or do anything interesting you’ll need significantly more money. Hell, the average home price where I live is over $750k
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>>16215658
okay boomer, now go have a nap and a heart attack
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>>16215328
>he can’t make his money work for him

That’s why everyone’s laughing and telling you to leave. By the way, 50k per year is well above average you numbskull.

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Coinbase soon.
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>>16219043
Ugh sure kid...I just started watching hacksaw ridge and am getting comfy

Good day
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>>16219101
you do that bud hahahahahahahahaha
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>>16219148
I SAID GOOD DAY
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>>16219148
Hahaha absolutely exposed and BTFO that shit-tard
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>>16219158

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bypassing all the ones we have now
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>>16219139
they won't. blockchain isn't that great for most things if we're being honest.
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>>16219152
ok you sound like not a retard so you pass. I assumed you were making a case for the use, I mean sure the idea is that for a many party system a blockchain would be a "immutable record" however in terms of efficiency when compared to other signature techniques, it's hardly a contest.
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>>16219136
Why would they create a blockchain in the first place then? They're taking a lot of the steps to make a system like Bitcoin without taking the important steps that make it Bitcoin. They'd just end up with a database that's validated by a trusted party susceptible to the same exact vectors as any contemporary system.

PRIVATE BLOCKCHAINS ARE RETARDED
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>>16219186
I'm just trying to come up with an example of how a private blockchain is different from a database really. I can't think of an example where a private blockchain actually makes sense though. idk, maybe it does somewhere, but like you say, it's incredibly inefficient.
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so I guess to bring it back to OPs question, no, companies won't just create their own internal blockchain. they aren't going to transition to blockchain.

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I fucking hate my state. I can't invest in any non-normie cryptos. I'm basically state-mandated poor
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>>16217889
THEN FUCKING MOVE OR MAN UP AND LEARN HOW TO USE A FUCKING VPN YOU FUCKING NORMIE
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>>16217889
Crypto threatens new york's primary export, other people's money
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>>16217889
what country?
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>>16217905
based as fuck

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Not much excitement I see
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What is your current PI stack anon? What are you expecting in the long term? I currently have 2900 and hope to have 5000 before they stop the mining app.
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>>16219211
Got 560
Expecting the devs to teer me a new asshole when they start dumping millions.
Verdict: stay away from this shit.
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>>16219231
They are a credible stanford team. Hopefully it’s 80% to miners and 20% to devs.

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Tomorrow
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Sage

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Satoshi
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>>16218606
Based and Satoshipilled.

Faketoshi BTFO.
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>>16218614
Gravel Gang keeps it real
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>>16218606
baseado e vermelhopilado

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This and the fact that it's sitting at a multiyear support means that you're really dumb if you're not filling your bags right now
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is 25k enouggh to make it
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>bittrex
hello?Marslander is that you again?

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Why people hate bears?

Bullruns like 2017 happens every 4-5 years and most of the time the market is bear.
2018 proved that shorting is probably even more profitable that going long.
Why there's so much hate on bears?
If you're all-in on a shitcoin and your only hope to make it is that it does a 100x you're probably a brainlet marine bagholder, that's not how trading works.
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I thought about going all in on verge when it was worthless. I would have actually become a multi millionaire if I had. I be researching shit coins on the daily now
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>>16218983
she's a 5/10 at best dude
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>>16219150
Anything good so far?
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>>16219149
*they are
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>>16219161
She is a goddess

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WHEN STAKING??
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>>16217932
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>>16218620
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>>16218631
Her name is unironically ‘boring’
Something something Boring.

Anyone help me out?
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>>16218977
Perianne Boring is who you are thinking about. OP's photo isnt her though (Hayley Atwell).
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Is staking on crypto.com not the same?

I just started stacking. I bought 68 ounces this month. I will try to buy at least 40 ounces per month from now on. When should once stop stacking? Personally, I was thinking I would target a 1000 oz goal.
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>>16215472
Depends on seller and state.

Many states exempt taxes if you buy more than $1000 at a time.

And some online sellers tax a state while others don't. For example, JM Bullion (my old seller) charged sales tax @ my state but once I found out that SD bullion doesn't charge sales tax to buyers in this state, I just started buying from there.

Every seller has a chart showing where people will get sales taxed.
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My personal goal is 1000 oz.
I have 320 oz currently.
I have 6 grams of gold as well and I plan on getting more but not until I've reached 500 oz of silver.
You should never stop stacking though.
Stacking should be a lifetime endeavor just like how most people never stop working for pieces of paper .
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>>16215472
>$23 for 1oz silver
no thanks.

JMBullion, Money Metals, and SilverGoldBull.
JMB has a fine selection.
Money Metals has bargin silver.
SGB has more collectables.
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>>16217197
Yes, you're probably lucky, since APMEX and JMB are taxing now in the majority of states. For those who do live in a tax state, the recommendations above still don't charge tax due to some sort of loophole.
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>>16218749
What are you talking about? They're selling silver for $18-$20 depending on the product


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