- Jul 26, 2022
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Thanks for you answer, at the end of day I ended up using Exodus, since Metamask and TrustWallet don't have a desktop version.I tried 6 medications + 2 therapists over a period of 2 years, no improvement with anxiety or anything else. Melatonin helps me much more with my sleep, which is the only thing some of the medications helped with. It works for some people, didn't work for me, and lots of doctors hate prescribing different treatments and give up on their patients, making the patient feel even more hopeless. I worked in a hospital for criminals with mental disorders and I have studied the subject for years in university.
Yes, they can help some people, but there are plenty of cases where someone had a full team of nurses, psychologists, and psychiatrists treating them, they were taking their medication, and the doctors all signed off saying they were good to go, and the day they were released they either killed themselves or someone else. I am a supporter of medication and therapy, I just don't want people to get too hopeful in case they use their few resources to go and it fails for them.
Bitcoin is old school and has lots of support from big players, but it's just not that useful for everyday transactions. Coinbase is what we call a centralized exchange - it means you are asking them to hold your coins for you and keep them safe. Metamask and TrustWallet are what we call decentralized wallets, and you are the only one who has the key to access your coins. Metamask does not work with Bitcoin but TrustWallet does. TrustWallet has a handy app to install on your phone and it makes it very easy to get started. If you lose your "password" to your wallet, you could lock yourself out of your money forever because it's the same as losing your wallet full of cash basically.