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Are NFTs Sustainable Beyond the Hype?

This episode is sponsored by Consensus 2024 Now Available for pre-order | Michael Casey’s New Book with Frank H. McCourt, their forthcoming book: Our Biggest Fight: Reclaiming Liberty, Humanity, and Dignity in the Digital Age In this week’s installment of “Money Reimagined,”

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FAQ: Buying Bitcoin Anonymously

What is the most anonymous way to buy Bitcoin?

The most anonymous way to buy Bitcoin is by using cash or a prepaid debit card at a Bitcoin ATM. Because there’s no third party involved—only the machine manufacturer and the user. Moreover, Bitcoin ATM verification processes are not overly strict; users only need to authenticate with any phone number to carry out transactions. However, Bitcoin ATMs are limited in number and availability across countries, with transaction fees ranging from 7% to 20%. 

The most anonymous way to buy Bitcoin is by using cash or a prepaid debit card at a Bitcoin ATM. Because there’s no third party involved—only the machine manufacturer and the user. Moreover, Bitcoin ATM verification processes are not overly strict; users only need to authenticate with any phone number to carry out transactions. However, Bitcoin ATMs are limited in number and availability across countries, with transaction fees ranging from 7% to 20%. 

The most anonymous way to buy Bitcoin is by using cash or a prepaid debit card at a Bitcoin ATM. Because there’s no third party involved—only the machine manufacturer and the user. Moreover, Bitcoin ATM verification processes are not overly strict; users only need to authenticate with any phone number to carry out transactions. However, Bitcoin ATMs are limited in number and availability across countries, with transaction fees ranging from 7% to 20%. 

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