As does Electroneum since KYC, but price of playing the game right?
Sharing personal info/ data/ pics online is ok as long as you trust the source/ person you’re sharing with. Do you trust their security, whether it’s a team or personal operational security (OPSEC) procedures and protocols? At this stage of the game, I trust ETN to not share my personal info, @etnceo has said they were not looking to do that anytime soon.
My wife has a FB ( I call it FaceTube or TwitBook) but doesn’t post much. Mostly to keep up with family. I’m not anti social media, it has it’s advantages, disadvantages too. Something to keep in mind, data/ personal info is more valuable than money anymore as SO much can be done with it. How else does a “free” service like Googs or FB get to be publically traded and worth billions of dollars? Selling advertising is only one piece of their revenue puzzle.
Between legal identification, smart phones and social media, the powers that be already have plenty of info on ya. I’m not as worried about them as I am a person or group up to no good.
How many celebrities have had personal photo accounts hacked from things they posted online that turned out to match security questions? Let alone interviews. Something to keep in mind. This is a public forum that you don’t need a login to read btw, i didnt log in for months.
Social media has been around long enough that we’re starting to see politicians using FB posts from when their oppenent was a kid to smear them as an adult. PMs have been made public. How’d they get that data? Who was holding onto it that long? They weren’t even interested in politics back then.
And that is one of a few reasons why I’ll be careful about posting full face and family pics on here. Truth is the crypto market is so new, we don’t know exactly how all of this is going to play out. If ETN goes to the magic Fugazi price or higher, it could also put you and your loved ones at risk. We’ve heard the stories during spikes of BTC price. I’m no whale at all, but how many of us may be viewed as such 2, 5, 10 years down the road in these “historical archives.”
One of the main reasons I started this thread.
Sorry for the novel, but something I’ve been meaning to cover here. Thanks @pahini for getting the convo started.