Embrace Dero & Get Cyber-Plandemic Ready

It’s been 14 years since Satoshi Nakamoto released the Bitcoin whitepaper.

These days, there’s so much (dangerous) crypto and blockchain content out there.

To avoid the BS and get the most reliable insight, people join The Crypto Vigilante mainly for access to our market-leading subscription newsletter service led by our world-class team of experts.

In the October 2022 Issue of The Crypto Vigilante, Operational Security Expert Mr. P summarizes everything he’s taught TCV subscribers over the last year.

It’s an anniversary column for Mr. P, marking one year since he’s been contributing to The Crypto Vigilante newsletter.

As Mr. P explains: 

“I still receive a lot of questions that have already been answered. This may be due to the growing number of subscribers or the urgent need for privacy in an increasingly dystopian world. But whatever the reason, this article is not just a review of my work, but a combination of different articles to paint a bigger picture.”

Operational Security is an ever-evolving discipline that requires constant upkeep.

In the new Issue, Mr. P shares crucial, up-to-date suggestions regarding everything you need to know about OpSec-related topics, including:

  • Secure and Private Communication
  • Connection Anonymity
  • Browsers
  • Search Engines
  • Password Managers
  • Multi-factor Authentication

If you know anyone that builds on crypto, challenge them to look into Dero (DERO).  It compares to nothing else in crypto.

In this month’s newsletter, my personal focus was on making a case for embracing Dero (I covered exciting new network developments), as well as getting Cyber-Plandemic ready.

Pro-Tip: I recommend that everyone learns the basics of Ham Radio.

Of course, each TCV Newsletter includes our Portfolio Monthly Snapshot and Cryptocurrency Fundamental Metrics Charts.

In the October 2022 Issue of The Crypto Vigilante, you’ll also find: 

Crypto Market Analysis & Outlook – By Mr. X 

Mr. X gives an update on the BTC market bottoming process, miner hashrate ATH, and the hash ribbons indicator.

Then he gives his take on the news headlines, including the EU’s ban on Russian crypto, the disappointing month for BSV and Craig Wright, Celsius’ bankruptcy and customer data exposure (and how to stay private), the SEC’s crackdown on ETH, the IRS crackdown on NFTs, and more!

He also warns against Forbes’ poor Bitcoin privacy advice and shares tips on improving the advice.

A Different Kind of Fundamental Analysis: Jeff’s LUNA Trade, ARRR and WOW – By Mr. Z

Mr. Z takes us through the adventure of witnessing Jeff trade LUNA all the way down!  He explains the wisdom we can gain from Jeff Berwick’s legendary LUNA trade.

Mr. Z draws out lessons we can incorporate into our assessment of WOW and ARRR in relation to their market dynamic with XMR.

Mr. Z shows us how to clearly understand the valuation of ARRR and WOW from lessons learned through Jeff’s trade.

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By the way, congratulations to the Dero community on the launch of their first NFT collection, Dero Seals!

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Rafael LaVerde

Rafael LaVerde has a background in private equity and venture capital. He discovered Bitcoin in 2012 while volunteering on Ron Paul's presidential campaign. He served as board member of a Libertarian Super PAC while doing post-graduate work in economics, and was also a member of the University of Texas’ Mises Circle. His formal education includes graduate degrees in continental philosophy and psychology. He has been a Bitcoin miner since 2014. Rafael also managed investor relations for the BitAngels Network, which helped finance the vast majority of early Bitcoin startups, and was also part of the DApps Fund team that revolutionized funding structures that eventually became known as ICOs and STOs. He was also the founding partner of what became one of the very first Bitcoin venture capital funds.