>looking at job listings in my field that earn $100,000 per year
>think about my savings rate and how quickly I can become a millionaire with crypto returns
>remember that I am a kissless virgin with no family and no need for any more money
>remember that I will never fulfill my dream of having a big family with lots of kids
>remember I will always be a shut in hermit with below average living expenses
>remember that I have no friends and nobody will be impressed by my worthless wealth
>remember I will never be able to enjoy a flashy car, an expensive lonely vacation or a big empty mansion if I am alone
>remember that none of my family living across the continent care at all about me or will be impressed with money
What is the point of financial success when you're completely and utterly alone?
>TFW making bigger gains than ever while everyone else's portfolio is going down with the market
I don't mean to shill any groups in particular, but now is probably the best time to join one of these if you haven't already. The decrease in volume on coins is making it much more common to see big pumps.
Alt coin trading is just gambling at this stage. Make a good pump bot (or pay a pajeet for one) and you'll see gains pretty consistently.
I'm subscribed to a ton of groups on Telegram and participate in them daily, so feel free to ask me any questions or to share your own experiences.
Here's the groups I'm in right now. I've tried to screen out the scam groups, but, as they always say, don't invest more than you can afford to lose.
"Pump and dump" cryptocurrency schemes are illegal, and enforced by the SEC. If prosecuted, this can lead to jail time and fines.
>Can the SEC regulate crypto?
Yes. A security is defined using the Howey Test. The Supreme Court stated in Marine Bank v. Weaver, 455 U.S. 551, (1982), the definition is “quite broad” and meant to include “the countless and variable schemes devised by those who seek the use of the money of others on the promise of profits.”
For more information on SEC's enforcement against crypto, see:
>But I don't live in the US.
The SEC enforces Security Fraud cases overseas. If there is a US victim, the scheme falls under SEC jurisdiction. Nearly every country cooperates with SEC investigations. For more information, see:
>I don't want to get arrested, what I can I do?
The SEC offers a whistleblower program. If you bring evidence that leads to a securities fraud conviction, you will avoid prosecution and you are eligible for a reward. Eligible whistleblowers are entitled to an award of between 10% and 30% of the monetary sanctions collected by the SEC and related law enforcement authorities.
For more information, see: https://www.sec.gov/about/offices/owb/owb-faq.shtml
>How do I whistleblow?
In order to qualify for an award under the whistleblower program, you must submit your information either through the online Tips, Complaints and Referrals questionnaire or by completing the hardcopy Form-TCR and mailing or faxing it to the SEC Office of the Whistleblower, 100 F Street NE, Mail Stop 5631, Washington, DC 20549, Fax (703) 813-9322.
>Who do I contact if I've been defrauded by a pump and dump?
You can provide tips at:
I lost too much on that t. me/PumpNotifier group for not knowing how shit these pumps were and stopped, then yesterday it started announcing the coin in captcha form which actually gave a chance. Almost got in at the top again but it was slower so made $100 at least, first and only time I've profited from one of these shitty pumps.