I don’t understand the unwritten rule about not sharing about how much btc you have
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I don’t understand the unwritten rule about not sharing about how much btc you have

I don’t understand the unwritten rule about not sharing about how much btc you have

The explanation “you make yourself a target” makes zero sense. All of us are posting on a btc message board. Yeah odds are we all fucking have Bitcoin. So do people who tweet about it or post about it on Facebook. Which has way more identifying information than Reddit. People’s Bitcoin gets hacked, sure. But has there been a story of someone who was hacked specifically because they shared how much btc they bought on Reddit? This seems like an old wives tale.

(Shit maybe I just made myself a target. I’m high okay hackers, don’t be upset. And I need that Bitcoin to make me wealthy. I’m Jewish and it’s very important I’m financially successful or else I get guilted and compared to the Weinstein’s son whose apparently a very successful doctor/lawyer AND BITCOIN IS MY ONLY WAY OUT OF THIS I’M NOT THAT DRIVEN I JUST WANNA PLAY PIANO WATCH SPORTS AND MARRY SOMEONE FUN. so please, don’t hack me)

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