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- Saturday, July 2nd, 2022 at 01:14 #324644angrysatoshiParticipant
Penny stocks are companies that still obide by state and government regulations. Every shitcoin is centralized in which a king or creator can be found essentially making it a business for them , Shitcoins can’t even be called pennystocks really
Though, because they’re private companies.In fact one of blockchains use case, is it allows malicious private companies to have a stock offering in the form a “crypto currency”. For the first time private companies can sell stock globally free from government regulation, This is one thing I agree with the sec on. It needs to regulate cryptocurrencys and ban %99.99 of them
Negative karma.Saturday, July 2nd, 2022 at 04:45 #324645igadjeed
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