Skip to main

Posts & Investments - #ethereum

Missed The New York Times 🗞️ interview with former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried? Don’t worry, I got you! 🤜🏾🤛🏽 Here’s the playback below 👇🏾. https://youtu.be/IyoGdwVIwWw #ftx #ftxover See more
1
0
Invested in Ether
0
0
Sold Shiba InuInvested for 368 days
Lost82.04%
0
0
$ETH #ethereum could be worth over $5000 dollars by the end of the year according to this one analyst. He compares the project to REITs and Ethereum could one day be home to virtual #realestate . It is definitely the home of #DeFi .See more
0
0
👀 READ THIS!! ** Crypto dumping so hard - people are losing stability in the market - and this is all because the inside financials of these exchanges are not handled properly - FTX also using tokens they created as collateral - if the deal with Binance falls thru - we can expect another 25-40% drop - if the deal comes together - we can expect the markets to rise at least 20% - these events set bSee more
2
0
Sold Rivian AutomotiveInvested for 14 days
Lost11.59%
0
0
Added Ether to Watchlist
Nearly $1 million in crypto stolen during #Ethereum ‘vanity address’ hack. Roughly $950,000 in crypto was stolen in an attack using a vanity-address generator called Profanity, according to a blockchain security firm PeckShield, citing on-chain data from EtherScan. A “vanity address” is a cryptocurrency address with defined parameters created by the users of the address. These addresses are more vulnerable to brute force attacks because they’re human-generated, instead of being a random string of letters and numbers created by a machine, something that GitHub users discovered earlier this year. The hackers took 732 $ETH on Sep. 25 before moving the funds to the U.S. government sanctioned crypto mixer Tornado Cash, according to a tweet from blockchain security company PeckShield. The attack resembles a recent $160 million attack on Wintermute, a crypto market maker. Wintermute chief executive Evgeny Gaevoy tweeted on Sept. 20 that the attack on Wintermute was “likely linked to the Profanity-type exploit of our DeFi trading wallet.” The hackers behind the Wintermute attack have yet to be identified, and none of the stolen funds have been recovered. The company has offered a $16 million bounty reward for the return of the funds. In a blog post from Sep. 15 by decentralized exchange aggregator 1Inch Network, the authors state that additional exploits, similar to the one Sunday and Wintermute’s last week, have yet to be uncovered. 1Inch Network told users to “transfer all of your assets to a different wallet ASAP,” in the post highlighting how these exploits happen. #ethereum
0
0
#crypocurrency Cryptocurrency firm Ripple Labs Inc. sought to defeat a Securities and Exchange Commission suit by claiming that its XRP token isn’t a security subject to the regulator’s authority. Ripple over the weekend filed a motion seeking dismissal of the suit before trial in federal court in Manhattan. The company argued that XRP can’t be considered a security because there was no “investmenSee more
0
0
Own your future.
Build your portfolio.
Products
Contact Us
Check the background of this firm on FINRA’s BrokerCheck.

© Copyright 2022 Public Holdings, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Market data powered by Xignite.

Brokerage services for US-listed, registered securities are offered to self-directed customers by Open to the Public Investing, Inc. (“Open to the Public Investing”), a registered broker-dealer and member of FINRA & SIPC. Additional information about your broker can be found by clicking here. Open to Public Investing is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Public Holdings, Inc. (“Public Holdings”). This is not an offer, solicitation of an offer, or advice to buy or sell securities or open a brokerage account in any jurisdiction where Open to the Public Investing is not registered. Securities products offered by Open to the Public Investing are not FDIC insured. Apex Clearing Corporation, our clearing firm, has additional insurance coverage in excess of the regular SIPC limits. Additional information can be found here

Brokerage services for alternative assets available on Public are offered by Dalmore Group, LLC (“Dalmore”), member of FINRA & SIPC. “Alternative assets,” as the term is used at Public, are equity securities that have been issued pursuant to Regulation A of the Securities Act of 1933 (as amended) (“Regulation A”). This content is not investment advice. These investments are speculative, involve substantial risks (including illiquidity and loss of principal), and are not FDIC or SIPC insured. Alternative Assets purchased on the Public platform are not held in an Open to the Public Investing brokerage account and are self-custodied by the purchaser. The issuers of these securities may be an affiliate of Public, and Public (or an affiliate) may earn fees when you purchase or sell Alternative Assets. For more information on risks and conflicts of interest, see these disclosures. An affiliate of Public may be “testing the waters” and considering making an offering of securities under Tier 2 of Regulation A. No money or other consideration is being solicited and, if sent in response, will not be accepted. No offer to buy securities can be accepted, and no part of the purchase price can be received, until an offering statement filed with the SEC has been qualified by the SEC. Any such offer may be withdrawn or revoked, without obligation or commitment of any kind, at any time before notice of acceptance given after the date of qualification by the SEC or as stated in the offering materials relating to an investment opportunity, as applicable. An indication of interest to purchase securities involves no obligation or commitment of any kind.

Cryptocurrency execution and custody services are provided by Apex Crypto LLC (NMLS ID 1828849) through a software licensing agreement between Apex Crypto LLC and Public Crypto LLC. Apex Crypto is not a registered broker-dealer or a member of SIPC or FINRA. Cryptocurrencies are not securities and are not FDIC or SIPC insured. Apex Crypto is licensed to engage in virtual currency business activity by the New York State Department of Financial Services. Please ensure that you fully understand the risks involved before trading: Legal Disclosures, Apex Crypto.

Dalmore and Apex Crypto, LLC are not affiliated with any of the Public Holdings subsidiaries. Commission-free trading of stocks and ETFs refers to $0 commissions for Open to the Public Investing self-directed individual cash brokerage accounts that trade the U.S.-listed, registered securities electronically during the Regular Trading Hours. Keep in mind that other fees such as regulatory fees, Premium subscription fees, commissions on trades during extended trading hours, wire transfer fees, and paper statement fees may apply to your brokerage account. Please see Open to the Public Investing’s Fee Schedule to learn more.

Fractional shares are illiquid outside of Public and not transferable. For a complete explanation of conditions, restrictions and limitations associated with fractional shares, see our Fractional Share Disclosure to learn more.

All investments involve the risk of loss and the past performance of a security or a financial product does not guarantee future results or returns.