For those of you who feel so inclined to share how many RVN you have: Don’t, unless you want to potentially lose it.
Once people discovered r/wallstreetbets and saw that this community loves to show their gain/loss-porn, people have been starting to become way too comfortable with sharing how much crypto they have. For those of you who don't understand why wsb can shares their worth and why crypto holders shouldn't:
Stock holders don't have to worry about being hacked, scammed or have their stocks stolen from their safe since they don't actually move their stocks off of the exchange into a personal wallet… but crypto holders do.
Let's look at the Ledger controversy as an example: this dumbfuck of a company kept all personal information of their customers and got hacked and all of this user data was stolen. Now dumberfuck reddit user JoeSchmo69420 just made a thread about holding 10 bitcoin and this post pitches a few scammer tents. These scammers then decide to look at the leaked user data and cntl+f's JoeSchmo69420 and guess what, they just found a JoeSchmo69420@gmail.com that has their PERSONAL name and home address next to it. This scammer can either take this knowledge and look up JoeSchmo's family, place of work, etc and use this as a way to blackmail him into sending some of the btc. Or if the scammer is brave enough, he can just buy a $5 wrench and break into JoeSchmo's house and force him to give him his ledger, passcode, and seed.
This doesn't happen with stock holders. Don't be dumb and share your crypto with people