I believe the biggest problem with #Bitcoin adoption right now is it is a financial tool, most people don’t buy stocks, much less understand a digital financial asset.. So they believe the media..
I don’t think the general public will believe in #Bitcoin until it truly goes mainstream.. Amazon, Walmart, Toyota, online would have to start accepting. Most banks would offer a type of Bitcoin account, etc.. Until then it’s too complicated for the average Joe..
Especially after this last run, with Celsius, Luna, FTX, Doge, overall shitcoin collapse, BTC outperforming AGAIN.. I would hope people are tired of the scams..
*If you want a safe place for your wealth, savings, value, #Bitcoin
*If you want to gamble in a casino (technically worse than a casino, casinos have 30-40% odds in some games, shitcoins are like 1in99), go ahead and lose it..
These are two very different financial mindsets.
I know we sound crazy but when you snap and get it, you get it, it’s like a light..
Basically, but there are some more media related nips.
Nip98 is authentication and works with media servers
Nip96 provides a standard where clients can import any media server that supports Nip96.
Also, @npub137c…k37w and @npub138s…x624 were starting to work on a way to save media across servers, offering a proof of link, backup, a bit more decentralization, but still separate dedicated, known media servers.
That’s crazy.. If you were using an authenticator, that’s next to impossible..
Seriously, if it were me:
- I would try to get more info from Binance on how this happened, they should have login times, locations, IP addresses.. This may have been an inside job, a Binance breech?
- I wouldn’t trust Binance again, use a whole new company, Strike or Karken pro or anything else. Binance is about to hit some shit anyway
- I wouldn’t trust your authenticator, if someone really hacked your account, they had access to your authenticator, which is very hard.. And your password? Think about who might have that??
- You may have some sort of spyware on your phone or home computer. I would rebuild my phone’s software, reinstall everything manually
- Sorry to say this again, but be VERY glad it was only $250.. It’s a cheap lesson compared to people loosing hundreds of thousands and their life savings, etc. $250 in the big picture is nothing. I’m surprised a hacker would even go to the effort for that.