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#51 2023-07-21 23:31:29

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And in January this year, the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) expressed concern over its inability to control cryptocurrency exchanges.

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#52 2023-07-22 19:24:09

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CrytoCynthia;18905 wrote:

And in January this year, the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) expressed concern over its inability to control cryptocurrency exchanges.

This will actually be a pain in the **s as the systems was programs or encrypted in a decentralized form. If the government should have a flow or outcome of the transaction made.  i guess the judgmental reconstitute policies will be.

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#53 2023-07-22 19:27:06

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CrytoCynthia;18905 wrote:

And in January this year, the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) expressed concern over its inability to control cryptocurrency exchanges.

Cryptocurrencies were not meant to be controlled or regulated and nothing positive will come out of government intervention in cryptocurrencies and how it operates.
The government can only attempt to control centralized exchanges which is why it is said that we take our money off such exchanges in time.

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#54 2023-07-23 21:32:21

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Lanistergame2;19023 wrote:
CrytoCynthia;18905 wrote:

And in January this year, the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) expressed concern over its inability to control cryptocurrency exchanges.

Cryptocurrencies were not meant to be controlled or regulated and nothing positive will come out of government intervention in cryptocurrencies and how it operates.
The government can only attempt to control centralized exchanges which is why it is said that we take our money off such exchanges in time.

That's very correct but the truth is that many people would still try to find a way to control the system, I believe that cryptocurrency has come along way and definitely no one can control it.

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#55 2023-07-23 21:51:46

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In a decentralized blockchain, there is no single central authority that can control the network. In decentralization, the decision-making power.

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#56 2023-07-30 20:30:09

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CrytoCynthia;18905 wrote:

<p>And in January this year, the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) expressed concern over its inability to control cryptocurrency exchanges.</p>

Isn't this discussion supposed to be about avatars?

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#57 2023-07-31 20:52:52

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Hacker;19758 wrote:

Isn't this discussion supposed to be about avatars?

Discussions many times start off on a particular note but does not always end that way. This leads to some off topic conversations that derails the thread.
We need stricter moderation here to reduce how much this happens and ensure that threads are not derailed.

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#58 2023-08-01 17:51:05

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Well the discussion about avartar can I only become valid to me when we start to have some sort of services on the UtopiaP2P ecosystem until then I don't think we should be talking about it just yet.

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#59 2023-08-05 22:59:37

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CrytoCynthia;19870 wrote:

Well the discussion about avartar can I only become valid to me when we start to have some sort of services on the UtopiaP2P ecosystem until then I don't think we should be talking about it just yet.

Ok but users of this forum can still make use of avatar and for the services you're talking about you never mention any

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#60 2023-08-06 21:53:39

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Vastextension;20128 wrote:
CrytoCynthia;19870 wrote:

Well the discussion about avartar can I only become valid to me when we start to have some sort of services on the UtopiaP2P ecosystem until then I don't think we should be talking about it just yet.

Ok but users of this forum can still make use of avatar and for the services you're talking about you never mention any

Well yes you are right there are some people who has se specific avartar they would love to have so because of those people o would say it's a great idea to have some.

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#61 2023-08-16 20:40:48

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CrytoCynthia;20131 wrote:
Vastextension;20128 wrote:
CrytoCynthia;19870 wrote:

Well the discussion about avartar can I only become valid to me when we start to have some sort of services on the UtopiaP2P ecosystem until then I don't think we should be talking about it just yet.

Ok but users of this forum can still make use of avatar and for the services you're talking about you never mention any

Well yes you are right there are some people who has se specific avartar they would love to have so because of those people o would say it's a great idea to have some.

Avatar is a beautiful thing to have and I have come to realize that having a service board or not we should all be entitled or choose of we want an Avatar or not.

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#62 2023-08-16 20:57:47

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I am not against the use of avatar but I think it should be properly guided so that people would not misuse it and it should not be for every rank.

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#63 2023-08-16 21:25:20

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Having an avar attached to your profile is not a bad idea. In fact it's really cool. It creates some sort of uniqueness in an individual.  You could probably use an NFT art to do it.

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#64 2024-05-26 21:30:24

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utopian society, avatars could represent idealized versions of individuals, embodying the best qualities and attributes desired by the society. This could be explored in science fiction and philosophical texts discussing the implications of such representations on identity and society.

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#65 2024-05-26 21:34:15

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The Na'vi culture is depicted as cohesive and spiritually rich, centered around their worship of Eywa, the deity that embodies the consciousness of the planet. Their societal structure emphasizes balance, respect, and interconnectedness, which are core elements of many utopian ideals.

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#66 2024-05-26 22:17:50

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Unlike typical human societies that often prioritize technological advancement at the expense of the environment, the Na'vi's technology is integrated seamlessly with their natural surroundings. This balance underscores a utopian vision where progress and nature coexist without conflict.

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#67 2024-06-02 22:56:11

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using Avatars, the Utopia P2P ecosystem provides a secure, private, and user-friendly environment where individuals can communicate and transact without fear of privacy violations.

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