News U.S. Infrastructure Bill Facing Delays Due to Fight Over Crypto Regulations

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It's one thing to invest in cryptocurrency as a private individual. But the plans to tie a significant portion of a nation's economy or GDP to cryptocurrency (as mentioned in the article) is nothing short of foolish and negligent. The strength of any economy hinges on public perception and confidence which is definitely a HUGE vulnerability with crypto. Not to mention actual vulnerabilities such as highlighted here: Once hailed as unhackable, blockchains are now getting hacked This particular vulnerability may not exist in all cases, but the point is that things can change quickly. Any push to make such a risky move with the slogan "Hurry up! Don't over-think it, just jump on board before it's too late!" should also be viewed as highly suspicious and fraught with danger.
 
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Started investing in ETH in January, cashed out (like an idiot) in July when it hit $2k, was too stressful after being up so much in May. But now it's at $3k, and I threw in $1000 at 2400, so that 1000 is now worth 1300. If you don't DCA crypto and instead just throw income into a savings account, I have one question: Why?
 

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