Made it off Crypto - where to now (thinking Latin America)?

Made a few mil off crypto recently and left my dead end job. Mid-20's, little family to speak of, and only a few friends dispersed across various U.S. cities. World is my oyster, but the prospect of absolute freedom is daunting.

Was thinking of heading to Latin America because it seems more open to foreigners integrating and living there semi long-term (compared to SEA/Asia).

Trying to avoid running into a bunch of America boomers (like Costa Rica) or 'passport bros' in DR/Colombia. But still want somewhere comfy to NEET, lift weights, learn the local language etc. Thinking maybe Brazil? Portuguese means higher barrier to entry, plus it's further from U.S./Canada. Any other ideas? Where would you go SighSee?

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Come to Argentina.
    Do NOT go to Mexico.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Interesting, where in Argentina do you recommend anon? BA? I've heard Argentines aren't that fond of outsiders (especially given that I'm part non-white kek). And why not Mexico? I'm assuming you mean there's too many Americans retirees

      >Made a few mil off crypto recently
      Sure you did lol. What's with those constant threads by self-proclaimed "crypto millionaires" on this board?

      Well anon, given that there's a different board here entirely dedicated to becoming a crypto millionaire, not sure why it's so surprising. Been browsing this godforsaken basket weaving forum since middle school and got into crypto in 2018. Anons on this site were discussing Bitcoin on SighSee back in 2011.

      I have put virtually all of my spare discretionary income into it since 2018. It's really quite easy to make money in crypto if you have a strategy and you're not a normalgay that falls for obvious scams. As one example, I bought Quant (QNT) at an avg of ~$3 in 2019 thanks to this site, and sold at ~$312 in 2021. I then reinvested that money into Fetch.ai (FET) in 2023, and made a bunch more recently. Go look at the charts of those projects on Coinmarketcap and maybe then you'll understand.

      why not just get thai elite visa? latam bros can smell new money from a mile away. you will be targeted.

      Not that interested in Thai (and SEA) culture/food etc. Would also like to learn the language of the place I go to and Portuguese seems more plausible than Thai. Thailand is also super heavily touristed, which isn't so appealing. Can you elaborate on the new money thing? Ideally I'd live where the rich people do, are you saying I'd still be targeted?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Well done anon, recognise you have essentially been gambling and it has paid off massively.... especially if you're entire insight has been left up to the geniuses over on SighSee... If you haven't sold up and diversified your assets yet I'd encourage you to do that. BTC would be the only thing I'd consider holding a small amount of.

        Do NOT purchase the Thai elite visa, it's a complete scam, does not count towards PRC and does not allow you to work.

        Maybe try Eastern Europe?

        I think your biggest concern is going to be finding a social circle / purpose in your life when you have essentially completed it so early on.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >recognise you have essentially been gambling
          >most important monetary innovation since gold
          >most important technological innovation since the internet
          fricking midwits
          >Do NOT purchase the Thai elite visa, it's a complete scam, does not count towards PRC and does not allow you to work
          its 25k. its pocket change while he gets his bearings in a favorable SAFE environment.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >25k over five years; $416/month
            of which something like $300/month will be clawed back either in the difference in price of long vs short term leases ($150/m) plus additional costs to attain a comparable thai living standard elsewhere ($150/m). after which the remaining $1400 is the cost of not having to relocate every 3-6 months plus the bonus of getting to stay in thailand. obviously the education visa is a better deal but its an option if you value your time.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              >after which the remaining $1400*(A YEAR X 5)

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            lmao, you're in for a wake up call.

            https://i.imgur.com/QVMyCAz.jpeg

            Well done OP. I've been on SighSee since 2017 but haven't made it yet because I fell into swing trading. Got about $500k in crypto atm so I'll make it this run. For me it's Indonesia but I like to live a very minimalist life in nature. I dream of just a $15k wooden house on a beach or in a mountain.
            Frick latam too dangerous

            Please share with us your enlightened diversified sound investments.

            >after which the remaining $1400*(A YEAR X 5)

            >25k over five years; $416/month
            of which something like $300/month will be clawed back either in the difference in price of long vs short term leases ($150/m) plus additional costs to attain a comparable thai living standard elsewhere ($150/m). after which the remaining $1400 is the cost of not having to relocate every 3-6 months plus the bonus of getting to stay in thailand. obviously the education visa is a better deal but its an option if you value your time.

            You can recycle education visa's indefinitely, I've literally met some boomers who were on their 7th year of continuous tourist visas using border run services.

            You'd have to be moronic to get the elite visa after the recent price hike now even as a millionaire.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              >You can recycle education visa's indefinitel
              what must the thais do to convince you? they dont want cheap charlies!

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Tough shit, I take pride on not tipping at any point even though I'm on x4 the yearly wage there.

                >lmao, you're in for a wake up call.
                yeah bub, hong kong (can you find it on a map?) bitcoin spot etf passed approval today. bitcoin is going to zero in two weeks for sure!
                >any travel tips for hing kong? //

                News flash kiddo, there's ETF's for literally any instrument you can think of. Fine art... classic cars... fricking materials, nothing really surprising here. Is BTC possibly a replacement or competitor to gold as an inflation hedge? potentially. Are you going to x1000 your money if you dump all your savings into it now? Almost certainly not.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >Fine art... classic cars... fricking materials, nothing really surprising here
                and how many of these have a capped supply?

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Yeah you're right, there's an endless supply of oil and gold on planet earth. We can just keep growing it!

                [...]

                >Nobody itt should invest any money into crypto whatsoever, just max your 401k, retire at 65, and do your traveling then.

                As if it's a binary choice to prepare for retirement vs living. I totally understand where you're coming from though. If I had 100% of my wealth in a cold wallet that I could lose at anytime invested in assets which solely rely on "is a bigger moron than myself going to purchase my coins at a higher price?" then I'd be convincing myself that I was Enlighted too.

                The real answer is max your 401k, invest in the global equity markets in low cost index funds in cheap brokers AND allocate maybe 10% max to crypto speculation. That way you don't fricking crash and burn and have to start from square one again if it all goes wrong.

                >Are you going to x1000 your money if you dump all your savings into it now? Almost certainly not.
                what a red herring. would one conceivably outperform an overheated stock market propped up by the greater monetary experiment in history? absolutely.
                >has the golden bull run started yet?
                not even fricking close.

                lmao

                [...]
                [...]
                SighSee are truly the stupidest Black folk on the planet

                I work on Wall Street and they constantly make fun of you morons talking about “reading charts” and having an opinion on literally anything. I bet you frequent WSB too. Half of you homosexuals don’t even know what a balance sheet is. Most definitely do not know what a woman’s touch is like.

                14 year olds praying they gamble their way out of poverty.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >invest in the global equity markets in low cost index funds in cheap brokers
                You're using language you don't understand to try to sound intelligent. There are no low cost index funds and there are no management fees and they certainly don't involve brokers. You don't know what an index fund is, do you?
                Honestly, just sad.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                I pay 0.14% TER for one global fund and $0 per year with a fixed fee broker. $5 per trade.

                I've been working in finance and compounding wealth longer than you've been jerking off. You got net worth and brain gapped.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >I pay 0.14% TER for one global fund and $0 per year with a fixed fee broker. $5 per trade
                Per trade!? Nope. You're lying again. It's a fricking index fund! You do not make trades on an index fund. Learn about the terms you're using if you want to LARP

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                https://www.iweb-sharedealing.co.uk/charges.html

                Wrong again kiddo.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >Wrong again kiddo.
                No. You are LARPing again. That link shows trading fees are £5 but Index funds folliw the performance of benchmarks like the S&P 500 by passively mimicking their makeup. There are no trades an individual makes who invests in a index fund. Stop embarrassing yourself. Take the L, and go on a long walk.
                I know who you are btw. You're the security guard who overwork, eats like shit and saves all his money for Thailand.
                Go take some psychedelics and work on yourself. This is pathetic

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >There are no trades an individual makes who invests in a index fund.
                There is the trade when they buy it and the trade when they sell it, at least for the ETF versions. The mechanics of investing in the mutual fund type are a bit different, but this is all just pointless autism on your part

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                That's fricking pedantic moronation. So
                >choose a low cost index fund
                Because you'll save a dollar when you buy it and save a dollar when you sell it 10 years later? Top kek.
                And the broker that was mentioned? Who brokers the index fund? Kek. Absolutely clueless. Again, take the L.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                the "low cost" part refers to the expense ratio, the only people you're arguing with are in your own head

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >the "low cost" part refers to the expense ratio
                You have a low IQ but think you are intelligent. You have no idea how transparent your LARPing is. This is just another sentence with terms you don't understand. An index fund costs about $5 to buy and $5 to sell, the costs are pretty uniform across the industry.
                Now, you seem to have forgotten to explain what an index fund broker is, please, embarrass yourself further

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >Are you going to x1000 your money if you dump all your savings into it now? Almost certainly not.
                what a red herring. would one conceivably outperform an overheated stock market propped up by the greater monetary experiment in history? absolutely.
                >has the golden bull run started yet?
                not even fricking close.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >not even fricking close
                It's going to be beautiful

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >A THOUSAND YEAR REICH
                im hoping with new HK liquidity a game theoretical equilibrium will dampen some the leveraged volatility we've seen as of late.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >will dampen some the leveraged volatility
                at least to the downside 😉
                >anyone have travel specific advice for iceland?? //

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                https://i.imgur.com/vI1trIl.jpeg

                >not even fricking close
                It's going to be beautiful

                >A THOUSAND YEAR REICH
                im hoping with new HK liquidity a game theoretical equilibrium will dampen some the leveraged volatility we've seen as of late.

                SighSee are truly the stupidest Black folk on the planet

                I work on Wall Street and they constantly make fun of you morons talking about “reading charts” and having an opinion on literally anything. I bet you frequent WSB too. Half of you homosexuals don’t even know what a balance sheet is. Most definitely do not know what a woman’s touch is like.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                You seem like you are in spiritual pain

              • 2 months ago
                sage

                > I work on Wall Street

                everyone stop and read the seeth in this bugmans pathetic israelitebrain

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              >lmao, you're in for a wake up call.
              yeah bub, hong kong (can you find it on a map?) bitcoin spot etf passed approval today. bitcoin is going to zero in two weeks for sure!
              >any travel tips for hing kong? //

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Stop fricking riding this larpers coattails he didn’t make it he’s just a larping homosexual like everyone else. Frick everyone taking this thread seriously until we see the trades

            How is that being a greedy israelite? If you got lucky with crypto, you’ve been given an opportunity that your ancestors only ever dreamed about. <$10M isn’t even enough for you to live comfortably in forever in a first world country, but not only could you reach that amount above $10M you could have enough that you’d set up your kids and grandkids to actually live a good life and be somebody. I can’t think of anything less greedy and more selfless than that. Take the gift, work your ass off, and gift it back to your progeny 10 fold ffs.

            Nobody got lucky it’s literally a fricking Larp god damn it

            God I fricking hate you all. Some zoomer homosexual made 100 dollars on an animal coin and “made it”

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              kek
              you really have no idea what you're talking about
              just because you didnt have the initiative to buy chainlink at 15c doesnt mean other people on this website didnt

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Ideally I'd live where the rich people do, are you saying I'd still be targeted?
        the fact you have to ask this question implies you arent prepared. the rich natives are routinely targeted; frequently kidnapped and ransomed. which is not say you shouldnt go but be aware of the tradeoffs. the tradeoffs to personal safety are almost nonexistent in thailand and se asia more generally (excluding cambodia). what is the point of making it when you cant enjoy it due to hypervigilance?

        ?t=446

        ?t=1595

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        OP is trying to push his Ponzi/MLM scheme because SighSee has email verification now and he has to go to other boards to shill his shitcoins recruitment

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          that's unironically what I thought too. it's always "I used X crypto to do it!". reported as advertising.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        https://i.imgur.com/0mDTITN.jpeg

        Made a few mil off crypto recently and left my dead end job. Mid-20's, little family to speak of, and only a few friends dispersed across various U.S. cities. World is my oyster, but the prospect of absolute freedom is daunting.

        Was thinking of heading to Latin America because it seems more open to foreigners integrating and living there semi long-term (compared to SEA/Asia).

        Trying to avoid running into a bunch of America boomers (like Costa Rica) or 'passport bros' in DR/Colombia. But still want somewhere comfy to NEET, lift weights, learn the local language etc. Thinking maybe Brazil? Portuguese means higher barrier to entry, plus it's further from U.S./Canada. Any other ideas? Where would you go SighSee?

        Everyone please report OP. He is trying to shill his shitcoin and recruitment scam because SighSee has email verification now due to all the crypto shills so he's coming to other boards. Please report.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >SighSee has email verification now due to all the crypto shills so he's coming to other boards
          Well now that explains everything. Will report any threads like this in the future.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >I'm part non-white
        >mutt
        Brazil is for you!

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          OP back again, thanks to all the anons giving genuine advice itt, I really appreciate it. Also thanks to all the anons seething about crypto for providing the rest of us with laughs, but I'd really prefer to keep things more SighSee-centered and focused on the question at hand

          kek I knew someone would say this. Though I unironically thought the same thing, better chance of acceptance compared to Argentina.

          Well done. Sad seeing FET pump as a TRAC holder, I thought we’d go with you.

          Thanks anon. TRAC is a solid hold, I remember looking at it when it was ~$0.02 in 2019, wish I had bought some. It's well positioned for the big narratives this upcoming run.

          >starting a random business just to start one is the easiest way to burn through accumulated wealth
          tell me you're moronic without telling me you're moronic

          Well I was being a bit hyperbolic, but tbh anon if you're suggesting that plenty of people don't squander their wealth by pouring it into ill-fated businesses which they start mainly to bolster their own egos, then I think it's pretty clear to observers who the moronic one is here.

          OP I don't think you're getting good advice yet.

          Your most important choice in the next few years is who you spend your life with, and you will likely meet her in one of the countries you choose to explore. What qualities do you want her to have? What language do you need her to speak and will you learn it. What do you want your kids to look like?

          Also, some countries are much easier to settle in than others. You can probably get citizenship anywhere you marry, but having a tax treaty with the USA is another thing (assuming you're American here)

          Also down the road, you will need safety, health care and education for your children. Those take some planning in the third world and exist moreso in pockets than across the board.

          Finally, what do you want to see? Most of the developed world and most big city centers are just like the West/the USA. They might speak a different language and have different holidays but its the same shit. Soulless people, shopping, social media, western movies. The real rest of the world begins about 4 hours from the closest airport. There are still many places in the world that have a soul and can change you and your perspectives but you have to look harder to find them.

          Let me give you a good algorithm: find an app where you can find penpals. Really try. You will see that some cultures foster friendships much more than others. Then go and visit your penpals and you will see how they live. You will probably find a place or two that really strikes a chord with you and your vision of what's important in life. For me one of those was Kurdistan in SE Turkey. They were the absolute friendliest people I've met and they're raised like that since they can talk.

          I did that and found my wife in a small mountain village in a Latin country where there is still a high % of Spanish admixture but little outside influence. I'm poor but won the lottery there. Its a good approach.

          I appreciate your mature insights anon, lots to think about here. This is the general train of thought I've been on (I am American btw). One of the things I've come to better recognize as I get older is the importance of being honest with myself about what I value. While I care about finding a place with soul, I also don't necessarily want to live in a village in Kurdistan (though visiting would be cool). I feel I'd have a better chance of integrating (learning language/culture, finding a partner etc.) somewhere in South America or maybe the Mediterranean which is why I'm not really looking at SEA or EE.

          The penpal thing is a fantastic idea. Any app you'd recommend? And can you elaborate on how you met your wife? Which Latin country (guessing maybe Paraguay from your description)? Do you live in her village or are you based somewhere else in her country? Finding a good partner is very much on my mind but didn't want to mention it in the OP as discussions of women here tend to bring out the worst of SighSee (coomers, seething incels, male feminists, etc.).

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Well done. Sad seeing FET pump as a TRAC holder, I thought we’d go with you.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Shitty advice.

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Made a few mil off crypto recently
    Sure you did lol. What's with those constant threads by self-proclaimed "crypto millionaires" on this board?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Yea he doesn’t have millions. He’s just another dork loser homosexual larper

      Frick you OP and frick your thread

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        some shitcoin if DogWifHat went from pennies to $4 in 6 months. Anything is possible in crytpos.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Enjoy your rugpull bro

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Millions of what? I have 5 million Philippines pesos right now.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Crypto is really old now. I think the first time I read about bitcoin was over a decade ago now. Not sure if this guy is larping or not but I suspect it's way more common than people realise. So many people knew about it, the bar was so low, all you had to do was realise the potential and have the balls to put $10k or more into btc/eth or to put $1k or more into shitcoins.

      I have $500k worth in mid twenties which isn't enough to retire but i'd be amazed if I don't hit 1-3 mil by my early thirties. I expect to hit 1 mil within 1-2 years tbh. This is from bitcoin which is the safest option but with least gains,

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I knew about bitcoin, dogecoin, etc. 10+ years ago but I didn't have any money

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Why didn't you do anything in the meantime? Presumably you hold none now as well?

          I bought at 19 when most people obviously don't have much money, spent all my student loan, supermarket money etc on it.

          My brother says the exact same thing, he didn't have money etc but in reality he was spending it all on crap. He did the exact same thing more recently, we're both severely balding, I started on medication which works really well, told him about it and he kept using obvious scam crap then said he never got on medication because of work.

          I know it sounds harsh but it's reality, you could have bought you just chose to spend the money on other things. Obvious exception is is you live in a third world country

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            I was 12 back then homie, I still have no money.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              There is no excuse for having no money by 22 if you're born in the USA or another developed country.

              Yeah you were born at a worse time than me but it has 4x'd very recently over the last 6 months. Eventually you just have to take responsibility or you'll still be repeating this shit when you're 30 .

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                So true brother, I should just pull myself up by the bootstraps. It's my own fault that the few thousand dollars I scraped together haven't turned into millions from crypto. I should go out and suck wiener on the streets as a side hustle, like you.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                I didn't say millions but $50k-$100k is a very reasonable number to hit by 22.

                You're original post implied it was a once and gone thing a decade ago when it wasn't, there was a major opportunity just 6 months ago.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >$50k-$100k is a very reasonable number to hit by 22.
                Delusional. My bitcoin stack has 3x'd since 2022 and I'm nowhere near that.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                One of my flatmates is 22 and has a NW like that, I doubt it is impossible. I hit that at 19 though was born earlier.

                Presumably you invested very little in, most serious crypto chads have been investing well over $10k+ in for years now.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Being a weeb my prefered choice would be moving somewhere quiet in Hokkaido prefecture of Japan. Probably opening a small qt cafe. In Hokkaido the climate is similar to what I'm used too. Pretty mild. Beautiful landscapes, great seafood, kind and polite people, incredible safe, no scams.

          Said so, I'm gonna stay a wage slave the rest of my life. Missed the crypto train and now having a baby I can't afford gambling all my money. And I was reading the SighSee boards when poorgay 10 years ago same as

          Now I'm thinking of building something with help of AI in my freetime. Game or app. I heard programming is ass easy now. hmm

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          i knew about it, learned all the regulations and laws out of paranoia, lost money, then unironically used my knowledge to become a high level fed. people won't believe me but its true. now im not allowed to own crypto basically, but I sold out and have a cozy six figure salary. I own two sailboats now

          not even kidding

          Someone said I could make as much as 300k switching sides again working for kraken, but I won't, because what I'm after now... lets just say its something money can't buy.

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    why not just get thai elite visa? latam bros can smell new money from a mile away. you will be targeted.

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    honestly you should just start a business in a city you like. Marry a local, buy property, keep making money so you can travel more. All the anons going to SEA or latin America are only doing it because they're poor incels here, if you got money that could be used in the west you might as well use it.
    Fricking local prostitutes and drinking 50 cent beers will only bring you so much happiness, you'll an hero or get murdered before 40 if you really do move to a third world country.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      why would Portuguese be any higher of an integration barrier than Spanish?
      Southeast Asia offers higher physical safety especially if you want to enjoy nightlife. Though if you are as rich as you say you are, you can hire a bodyguard/wingman to accompany you through the Brazilian favelas and assist you in your endeavors

      only true if you leave nothing behind when you fly out

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Gay advice
        Retire firs and then in that freedom you will find your way. I am just about to do that. I plan to continue my busy, ambitious lie, I'm just gonna massive chill first and out of my boredom, will come my new direction

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      OP back again. Tbh anon, starting a random business just to start one is the easiest way to burn through accumulated wealth. The appeal of leaving the U.S. is I can live like a UHWNI while only being a VHWNI.

      I think you have the right idea of what to do, but you should travel to all the places you might have any interest in living before just going to one place and settling in.
      >Thinking maybe Brazil?
      >Portuguese means higher barrier to entry, plus it's further from U.S./Canada.
      I consider both of those things a positive. You should start researching long term visas for different countries and citizenship requirements.
      >Can you elaborate on the new money thing? Ideally I'd live where the rich people do, are you saying I'd still be targeted?
      I'd focus on checking out places in the Sothern Cone region, it's generally safer and more European culture influenced than the meme latam destinations
      >I've heard Argentines aren't that fond of outsiders (especially given that I'm part non-white kek)
      I've always found them very friendly and welcoming, but I am white, so you'll have to see for yourself

      I agree that both those things are a positive. I'm thinking Brazil will be less overrun with Americans/Canadians compared to Mexico/Costa Rica/DR/Colombia etc. I'll look into other Southern Cone countries thanks.

      >Ideally I'd live where the rich people do, are you saying I'd still be targeted?
      the fact you have to ask this question implies you arent prepared. the rich natives are routinely targeted; frequently kidnapped and ransomed. which is not say you shouldnt go but be aware of the tradeoffs. the tradeoffs to personal safety are almost nonexistent in thailand and se asia more generally (excluding cambodia). what is the point of making it when you cant enjoy it due to hypervigilance?

      ?t=446

      ?t=1595

      Thanks for the heads up anon, I appreciate it. I understand Asia is generally safer, I just really don't have much interest in it unfortunately, plus it seems like they make residency/property ownership etc. much more difficult there. I'll check out that full vid btw.

      https://i.imgur.com/QVMyCAz.jpeg

      Well done OP. I've been on SighSee since 2017 but haven't made it yet because I fell into swing trading. Got about $500k in crypto atm so I'll make it this run. For me it's Indonesia but I like to live a very minimalist life in nature. I dream of just a $15k wooden house on a beach or in a mountain.
      Frick latam too dangerous

      Thanks fren. Don't worry wagmi, you'll be in Indonesia soon. Just don't try and get fancy with swinging, buy and hold solid projects, scale in, scale out.

      https://i.imgur.com/vIjiZmY.jpeg

      >its the biz crypto-bro larp thread

      >he STILL hasn't bought after 15 years

      Brazil sucks.
      They elected a socialist government that will probably try to take your money. And the crime is outrageous, its worse than mexico as far as petty robbery type crime. Brazil has always been more of a nanny state than Spanish latin america in a lot of ways.

      So that leaves Argentina, maybe Uruguay.
      I'd personally recommend Panama though. It's popular among wealthy expats but it's not full of gayass boomer hippies so much like Costa Rica. It's also very international, lots of Chinese and now Russians there, the place is a major transshipment point for goods to the rest of latam so it's very easy to find things you're looking for (i.e. supplements or the other kind of supplements if you want them). It's very well connected as far as flights, Miami is 2 hours and you can fly from there to anywhere in latin america easily and to europe as well. It's relatively safe and there's a lot of nightlife and escorts too if you want that. Also fairly familiar with American culture compared to a lot of latam countries so gyms that are up to American standards aren't uncommon (you'd be surprised how little of that you find in a lot of latin america) where the culture around gyms and nutrition doesn't really exist.

      Most useful response itt, thanks anon. I'd had that concern about Brazil, seems a bit precarious politically. Will look more into Panama, you make good points. I'd considered it but my concern was that I've heard it's surprisingly expensive given that it's fully dollarized but it's still kinda rundown in many ways so not a great value.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >starting a random business just to start one is the easiest way to burn through accumulated wealth
        tell me you're moronic without telling me you're moronic

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Will look more into Panama, you make good points. I'd considered it but my concern was that I've heard it's surprisingly expensive given that it's fully dollarized but it's still kinda rundown in many ways so not a great value.
        It's like most latin american countries, there are very affluent areas and very poor areas not far away. Prices are subjective, services are more than they are in a lot of latam but goods are cheaper (due to better tax treatment and being a transshipment point) than you get in most of latam. Remember latin america doesn't make anything besides coffee and bananas so everything is imported and import taxes are high, a laptop computer or Nikes are going to be like double what you pay in the states (why a flight to Miami is so popular with the latinamerican middle class) but in Panama it's somewhat cheaper and a wider variety of goods are available without paying too much. You can buy something like a 18 year old scotch in panama and pay about what it costs in the UK but this gets really difficult in places like Argentina or Ecuador.

        All of latin america isn't a great choice right now though. The region overreacted to covid and dealt with it in a very ignorant way and is economically fricked off for it and has become politically destabilized and insecurity is high.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >move to Panama

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            That's like posting a pic of Skid Row or Detroit and saying "don't move to the USA." Colon is the worst part of the country. Other latin american countries will have places that look like this.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              *picks random place in Panama City*

              wowwww cooool

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I think you have the right idea of what to do, but you should travel to all the places you might have any interest in living before just going to one place and settling in.
    >Thinking maybe Brazil?
    >Portuguese means higher barrier to entry, plus it's further from U.S./Canada.
    I consider both of those things a positive. You should start researching long term visas for different countries and citizenship requirements.
    >Can you elaborate on the new money thing? Ideally I'd live where the rich people do, are you saying I'd still be targeted?
    I'd focus on checking out places in the Sothern Cone region, it's generally safer and more European culture influenced than the meme latam destinations
    >I've heard Argentines aren't that fond of outsiders (especially given that I'm part non-white kek)
    I've always found them very friendly and welcoming, but I am white, so you'll have to see for yourself

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Well done OP. I've been on SighSee since 2017 but haven't made it yet because I fell into swing trading. Got about $500k in crypto atm so I'll make it this run. For me it's Indonesia but I like to live a very minimalist life in nature. I dream of just a $15k wooden house on a beach or in a mountain.
    Frick latam too dangerous

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >its the biz crypto-bro larp thread

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Wow. Someone actually cared so much that this dead board wasn't being policed enough, they made that image

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Lissen turbo zoomie this board is busier than the majority of chans out there.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >this board is busier than the majority of chans out there.

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I don’t understand why you guys “make it” with <$10M and don’t immediately think “okay now how do I get this to >$10M?” You’re not going to do that in Latin America.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >I don’t understand why you guys “make it” with <$10M and don’t immediately think “okay now how do I get this to >$10M?” You’re not going to do that in Latin America.
      Stop being a greedy israelite ffs

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        How is that being a greedy israelite? If you got lucky with crypto, you’ve been given an opportunity that your ancestors only ever dreamed about. <$10M isn’t even enough for you to live comfortably in forever in a first world country, but not only could you reach that amount above $10M you could have enough that you’d set up your kids and grandkids to actually live a good life and be somebody. I can’t think of anything less greedy and more selfless than that. Take the gift, work your ass off, and gift it back to your progeny 10 fold ffs.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          There's no reason to think you'll achieve above market rate returns from starting a business you aren't qualified to run and have no experience with and larping as an "investor" is an even worse idea

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            I’m not asking “why aren’t you a naive idiot”. I’m asking “why aren’t you trying”. You’ve been given the gift of having a shot. At the very least, use it to do something worthwhile with your life. Don’t use it to be a spiritual boomer spending your life in hedonistic luxury while your progeny inherits literally nothing, not even life lessons, from you.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              yeah im sure if you were gifted generational wealth you'd somehow outperform the legions of old money families who somehow still falter after three generations.
              >why aren’t you trying
              do you even know how money works? lol.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          I made good money holding cryptos over a decade and NEVER would I pretend it was anything but gambling and luck.

          >tfw retired with sub 1M in Switzerland and will be happy and content traveling and chilling until I'm 60 instead of of being a greedy c**t that'll never be happy
          I'm glad I grew up poor and enjoyed it.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I don’t understand why you guys “make it” with >$10M and don’t immediately think “okay now how do I get this to >$100M?” You’re not going to do that in Latin America.
      a.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >You’re not going to do that in Latin America
        actually you are completely wrong. the risk reward ratio, along with the requisite demographic support, is much higher, and has been for some time, in emerging markets.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Ignore him, he's a clueless moron.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >okay now how do I get this to >$10M?
      >how, with these big claws, can i kill this bunny?!?!
      lol. the 3 month tbill is paying out 5.3%, so that 2 million a year at current rates. enlighten us oh wise one...do you see rates falling or rising over the next ten years?

      ?t=17

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Rates are irrelevant.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >rates are irrelevant to the business cycle
          big think!

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Brazil sucks.
    They elected a socialist government that will probably try to take your money. And the crime is outrageous, its worse than mexico as far as petty robbery type crime. Brazil has always been more of a nanny state than Spanish latin america in a lot of ways.

    So that leaves Argentina, maybe Uruguay.
    I'd personally recommend Panama though. It's popular among wealthy expats but it's not full of gayass boomer hippies so much like Costa Rica. It's also very international, lots of Chinese and now Russians there, the place is a major transshipment point for goods to the rest of latam so it's very easy to find things you're looking for (i.e. supplements or the other kind of supplements if you want them). It's very well connected as far as flights, Miami is 2 hours and you can fly from there to anywhere in latin america easily and to europe as well. It's relatively safe and there's a lot of nightlife and escorts too if you want that. Also fairly familiar with American culture compared to a lot of latam countries so gyms that are up to American standards aren't uncommon (you'd be surprised how little of that you find in a lot of latin america) where the culture around gyms and nutrition doesn't really exist.

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    I was fricking with Bitcoin when it was 300 all the way up till last year, I spent it all on drugs though, probably 2 mill wasted on drugs. It's definitely not a scam and plenty of people made money.

    Check out phnom phen, or sihanoukville brother. I know you don't wanna do Asia but Cambodia is a emerging market

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >probably 2 mill wasted on drugs
      how is that even possible

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I was purchasing drugs when a whole Bitcoin was worth $300, the first thing I bought was a ounce of weed at about $300 a whole bitcoin, in today's money that ounce costed me $60000. Repeat that hundreds of times over 10 years. If I held all the crypto instead of spending it would be worth well over 2 mill. Do you see what I'm saying moron

        And I don't blame crypto and call it a scam like some homosexuals in here, I take responsibility for me fricking that opportunity up. The same opportunity everyone else had but never bought in, so they shit talk crypto when they should be blaming themselves

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          the non-crypto morons in this thread are hilarious
          >ITS IMPOSSIBLE NOBODY CAN MAKE MONEY WITHOUT WAGE SLAVING FOR DECADES ITS THE ONLY WAY
          anyway go buy Apu and retire

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          It doesn't count as spending 2M if you bought when it was $300 you sucking homosexual

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Check out phnom phen, or sihanoukville brother. I know you don't wanna do Asia but Cambodia is a emerging market
      How is it for getting a genuine gf? better to just bring my own?
      I'm currently in Japan.

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    >ask yourself why I would post my trades just because you can't fathom that someone actually made money investing (over the last 5 years) in the 2.42 Trillion $ market that is crypto.

    Suck my dick monkey anybody can Larp and act lackadaisical about how they made it. Go frick yourself.

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    nothing worse than the ol SighSee SighSee combo. fricking cancerous homosexuals itt

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Based frick every single one of these homosexuals especially OP refusing to show folio or the trades that got him there.

      Show receipts or die in a fire, simple as

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Show receipts or die in a fire, simple as
        Wagies hate people who made it. I was absolutely broke when I was 30, now I'm absolutely not. Fix your mindset.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          I'm not a wagie, and I certainly didn't need to larp on other boards and artificially raise speculative value for the latest shitcoin to pump and dump in order to 'make' it as you claim. You've already destroyed SighSee, twitter, reddit because you have to spam the entire internet about mooning the latest ponzicoin and enveigle another poorgay into your web of lies and deceit. At least some of you cryptogays have the respect to keep your head down and move in silence after the Bankman-Fraud rugpull. I don't know how anyone can still trust crypto after that unless you are one of the oily rats in on the scheme. You can't even give us a fake folio screenshot. homosexual. Why this thread is still up is beyond me.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >I'm not a wagie, and I certainly didn't need to larp on other boards and artificially raise speculative value for the latest shitcoin to pump and dump in order to 'make' it as you claim
            You really think anyone would come on this dead travel board to pump a shitcoin? How am I marketing the shitcoin since there's no mention here? Subliminal messaging, schizo every third letter reveals a hidden message?
            ETH was $100 4 years ago. It's $3000 now. There's a whole board solely dedicated to making it. But you know we're not LARPing. That's the saddest part. I'm not hating on you. Turn your life around. If I knew you in person I'd likely mentor you to know what to do in crypto. This isn't passive aggression. Go over to SighSee, you're not late, the halving hasn't even occurred. Believe in yourself and make the decision today that you're gonna work this out and make it
            Also, dick move reporting me for advertising. I have an advanced vpn set up so I can never be banned

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              >You really think anyone would come on this dead travel board to pump a shitcoin?

              Yes, really. You people really are that desperate.

              >How am I marketing the shitcoin since there's no mention here?

              You just did here

              https://i.imgur.com/UcLm5za.gif

              Interesting, where in Argentina do you recommend anon? BA? I've heard Argentines aren't that fond of outsiders (especially given that I'm part non-white kek). And why not Mexico? I'm assuming you mean there's too many Americans retirees

              [...]
              Well anon, given that there's a different board here entirely dedicated to becoming a crypto millionaire, not sure why it's so surprising. Been browsing this godforsaken basket weaving forum since middle school and got into crypto in 2018. Anons on this site were discussing Bitcoin on SighSee back in 2011.

              I have put virtually all of my spare discretionary income into it since 2018. It's really quite easy to make money in crypto if you have a strategy and you're not a normalgay that falls for obvious scams. As one example, I bought Quant (QNT) at an avg of ~$3 in 2019 thanks to this site, and sold at ~$312 in 2021. I then reinvested that money into Fetch.ai (FET) in 2023, and made a bunch more recently. Go look at the charts of those projects on Coinmarketcap and maybe then you'll understand.

              [...]
              Not that interested in Thai (and SEA) culture/food etc. Would also like to learn the language of the place I go to and Portuguese seems more plausible than Thai. Thailand is also super heavily touristed, which isn't so appealing. Can you elaborate on the new money thing? Ideally I'd live where the rich people do, are you saying I'd still be targeted?

              You are trying to get more people to buy those shitcoins to artificially raise the price. That's what you losers do: you spend all day trying to coax people into buying shitcoins so the value goes up and you just pump and dump. And you ruin every website you touch.

              >That's the saddest part. I'm not hating on you. Turn your life around.

              You sound exactly like that guy who peaked in high school who one is still friends on Facebook somehow who shills his Herbalife MLM scheme and preys on desperate people to become 'entrepreneurs' by tugging on their emotions. Except it's 'crypto' so you think you sound smart because Elon but you actually are a special kind of sucker.

              >I have an advanced vpn set up so I can never be banned

              You are the reason that SighSee has email verification now, and it will soon to be all boards. Like I said, you slimy leeches destroy every host website you touch.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >You just did here

                https://i.imgur.com/UcLm5za.gif

                Interesting, where in Argentina do you recommend anon? BA? I've heard Argentines aren't that fond of outsiders (especially given that I'm part non-white kek). And why not Mexico? I'm assuming you mean there's too many Americans retirees

                [...]
                Well anon, given that there's a different board here entirely dedicated to becoming a crypto millionaire, not sure why it's so surprising. Been browsing this godforsaken basket weaving forum since middle school and got into crypto in 2018. Anons on this site were discussing Bitcoin on SighSee back in 2011.

                I have put virtually all of my spare discretionary income into it since 2018. It's really quite easy to make money in crypto if you have a strategy and you're not a normalgay that falls for obvious scams. As one example, I bought Quant (QNT) at an avg of ~$3 in 2019 thanks to this site, and sold at ~$312 in 2021. I then reinvested that money into Fetch.ai (FET) in 2023, and made a bunch more recently. Go look at the charts of those projects on Coinmarketcap and maybe then you'll understand.

                [...]
                Not that interested in Thai (and SEA) culture/food etc. Would also like to learn the language of the place I go to and Portuguese seems more plausible than Thai. Thailand is also super heavily touristed, which isn't so appealing. Can you elaborate on the new money thing? Ideally I'd live where the rich people do, are you saying I'd still be targeted? #
                >You are trying to get more people to buy those shitcoins to artificially raise the price. That's what you losers do: you spend all day trying to coax people into buying shitcoins so the value goes up and you just pump and dump. And you ruin every website you touch
                That wasn't me and those coins are multibillion dollar marketcap coins. Top kek! This really made me laugh.
                The rest I can't be bothered reading or replying to. Thanks for the blog and the laugh. Was trying to honestly help ypu out.
                Trying to change the price of FET and QNT by posting on here. I'm dying kek. You're a genius. You got me

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                I feel bad for that wagie. I remember when I used to think like him. Kek he thinks the Ftx Fiasco means all of crypto is a scam. He truly is the middiest of the midwits

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Dude your a fricking homosexual, you arguments are only repeating the same shit you've heard other homosexuals say

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Well you've made it right? 🙂 Why are you wasting time arguing with people on here then? Go out and travel! You are rich now. The world is your oyster no? Go out and live your life to the fullest in Lula's Brazil 🙂 Would love to see how you withdraw your ...money...there 🙂 Post yourself sipping a caipirinha on the beach when you get there 🙂 Felicitações for making it!

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Oh look it's the homosexual that reports everybody thinking you can't cash out crypto, you have the power to cash out whenever the frick you want with the click of a button sweetie

                It doesn't count as spending 2M if you bought when it was $300 you sucking homosexual

                I never said I spent 2m I said I wasted 2mil, the amount of Bitcoin spent was the same it's only gone up in USD value

  13. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    OP I don't think you're getting good advice yet.

    Your most important choice in the next few years is who you spend your life with, and you will likely meet her in one of the countries you choose to explore. What qualities do you want her to have? What language do you need her to speak and will you learn it. What do you want your kids to look like?

    Also, some countries are much easier to settle in than others. You can probably get citizenship anywhere you marry, but having a tax treaty with the USA is another thing (assuming you're American here)

    Also down the road, you will need safety, health care and education for your children. Those take some planning in the third world and exist moreso in pockets than across the board.

    Finally, what do you want to see? Most of the developed world and most big city centers are just like the West/the USA. They might speak a different language and have different holidays but its the same shit. Soulless people, shopping, social media, western movies. The real rest of the world begins about 4 hours from the closest airport. There are still many places in the world that have a soul and can change you and your perspectives but you have to look harder to find them.

    Let me give you a good algorithm: find an app where you can find penpals. Really try. You will see that some cultures foster friendships much more than others. Then go and visit your penpals and you will see how they live. You will probably find a place or two that really strikes a chord with you and your vision of what's important in life. For me one of those was Kurdistan in SE Turkey. They were the absolute friendliest people I've met and they're raised like that since they can talk.

    I did that and found my wife in a small mountain village in a Latin country where there is still a high % of Spanish admixture but little outside influence. I'm poor but won the lottery there. Its a good approach.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >having a tax treaty with the USA is another thing (assuming you're American here)
      Very good advice.

  14. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Imagine being so moronic as to move to LATAM while being a millionaire when the very first thing rich latinamericans do is move out. I hope OP is for real so he ends up dead in a ditch.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      What’s it like being severely mentally ill and paranoid?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      OP here. I've considered this but to be fair if I followed the example of wealthy Latin Americans I'd move to Miami and piss away my money buying a boat and exotic cars, getting tables at the club, 'sponsoring' Eastern European prostitutes, and investing in shady real estate deals. Given that I already have American citizenship, my money in a (comparatively) stable banking system and am not completely dependent on the trajectory of a single LATAM country, my situation seems a bit different. Though I would probably plan to split time and spend part of the year back in the U.S.

      >Will look more into Panama, you make good points. I'd considered it but my concern was that I've heard it's surprisingly expensive given that it's fully dollarized but it's still kinda rundown in many ways so not a great value.
      It's like most latin american countries, there are very affluent areas and very poor areas not far away. Prices are subjective, services are more than they are in a lot of latam but goods are cheaper (due to better tax treatment and being a transshipment point) than you get in most of latam. Remember latin america doesn't make anything besides coffee and bananas so everything is imported and import taxes are high, a laptop computer or Nikes are going to be like double what you pay in the states (why a flight to Miami is so popular with the latinamerican middle class) but in Panama it's somewhat cheaper and a wider variety of goods are available without paying too much. You can buy something like a 18 year old scotch in panama and pay about what it costs in the UK but this gets really difficult in places like Argentina or Ecuador.

      All of latin america isn't a great choice right now though. The region overreacted to covid and dealt with it in a very ignorant way and is economically fricked off for it and has become politically destabilized and insecurity is high.

      Interesting, thank you this is helpful info. Good point about covid and the resultant instability in LATAM, though to be fair it seems like it's always something with this region. But where would you look if not there, if you were in my position? Not interested in going to Africa tbh (except maybe Morocco). Asia, the languages are too difficult, a westerner could never integrate etc., plus I don't like Asian girls kek. EE doesn't seem like a good option with the war and Russians flooding in everywhere. My brother was in Georgia for work recently and said Russians have driven prices way up in Tblisi and throughout the region and locals are growing resentful. The only region other than the Americas that seems attractive is the Mediterranean but I don't have St. Tropez/Marbella tier money so idk.

      https://i.imgur.com/DSw1Avr.jpeg

      >move to Panama

      That's like posting a pic of Skid Row or Detroit and saying "don't move to the USA." Colon is the worst part of the country. Other latin american countries will have places that look like this.

      This is kind of what I was talking about regarding Panama, obviously everyone has rundown places, but my impression is that you things are more expensive compared to the rest of latam without being accordingly nicer. Rundown but cheap is understandable, nice but expensive is understandable, it's rundown but still western prices that I want to avoid. Reasonably nice but still cheap is ideal, I've heard Malaysia can be like this, trying to find a latam equivalent I guess.

  15. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    All 87 of you ratshit wienersuckers fellating this dork homosexual who you have absolute zero idea whether he’s telling the truth or not deserve to be hung from tall lampposts and riddled with buckshot.

    Just an absolute fricking disgrace.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >h-he's larping g-guys...
      Another midwit

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Post portfolio or trades or die in a fire simple as. It’s one screenshot

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >It’s one screenshot
          >HE DOESN'T KNOW...

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            I’ve never seen so much cope and so much pathetic fellating on a thread posted by some dork homosexual biz refugee who got booted for posting jeet tier dogshit.

            Get the frick off this board you wienersucking homosexual piece of shit

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      even if it's a larp, trying to figure out where to go once you've made it is a good and valid discussion to have
      also if you think its a larp you have a terribly pessimistic view of what is possible and most likely will lead a very stale life
      I easily believe him, not even a far-fetched story

  16. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >gets rich
    >wants to leave the West
    This is becoming quite the bandwagon to jump on for richgays. 100,000 people a year, each bringing millionaire buying power with them, looking to relocate overseas.
    https://www.cnbc.com/2024/04/10/rich-americans-get-second-passports-citing-risk-of-instability.html
    Like any trend, the later you buy in, the less reward there will be for you.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      > cosmopolitan money makers in pursuit of luxury abandon ship in stormy seas
      Real shocker…

  17. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'd say take a couple years to just travel around until find you somewhere that clicks with you.

  18. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Apparently, Miami, Puerto Rico, and the Bahamas are very friendly to crypto people.

  19. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    The world is innudated with people now. You'll run into your ilk no matter where you go.
    Georgia would get you off the beaten path. It's cheap, has access to mountains and the Black Sea.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      OP back again, thanks to all the anons responding seriously. This thread turned incredibly cancerous due to a few midwits seething about crypto when I wanted to keep this strictly SighSee focused.

      Your're right about everywhere being innundated. I remember growing up dreaming of travel, but now that I'm actually able to do it, it feels like everything's oversaturated with tourists and there's nowhere to go. I considered Georgia and actually dated a Georgian girl in the U.S. for a while, but as I said here

      https://i.imgur.com/byjoMMg.jpeg

      OP here. I've considered this but to be fair if I followed the example of wealthy Latin Americans I'd move to Miami and piss away my money buying a boat and exotic cars, getting tables at the club, 'sponsoring' Eastern European prostitutes, and investing in shady real estate deals. Given that I already have American citizenship, my money in a (comparatively) stable banking system and am not completely dependent on the trajectory of a single LATAM country, my situation seems a bit different. Though I would probably plan to split time and spend part of the year back in the U.S.

      [...]
      Interesting, thank you this is helpful info. Good point about covid and the resultant instability in LATAM, though to be fair it seems like it's always something with this region. But where would you look if not there, if you were in my position? Not interested in going to Africa tbh (except maybe Morocco). Asia, the languages are too difficult, a westerner could never integrate etc., plus I don't like Asian girls kek. EE doesn't seem like a good option with the war and Russians flooding in everywhere. My brother was in Georgia for work recently and said Russians have driven prices way up in Tblisi and throughout the region and locals are growing resentful. The only region other than the Americas that seems attractive is the Mediterranean but I don't have St. Tropez/Marbella tier money so idk.

      [...]
      [...]
      This is kind of what I was talking about regarding Panama, obviously everyone has rundown places, but my impression is that you things are more expensive compared to the rest of latam without being accordingly nicer. Rundown but cheap is understandable, nice but expensive is understandable, it's rundown but still western prices that I want to avoid. Reasonably nice but still cheap is ideal, I've heard Malaysia can be like this, trying to find a latam equivalent I guess.

      my brother actually spent a few months in Tblisi for work recently and said it's been flooded with Russians and the overall sentiment towards the foreigners flooding into the country is shifting negative. He did say how he could see how it could be great even 5 years ago. That Nomad Capitalist guy has been shilling Georgia for like a decade now.

      What an awful thread.
      I'm brazilian and there are only 2 options: Brazil and Argentina. Both countries have ups and downs.
      Brazil has a huge advantage because of climate, if you are into warmer places.

      If you have serious questions, as at r/Brazil

      Yeah this thread went in a weird direction unfortunately. Brazil and Argentina were my top 2 choices since Uruguay seems too boring. What's the sentiment like towards Americans/foreigners in Brazil?

      I'm hoping to avoid a Colombia situation where gringo coomers have flooded into the country over the past 10-15 years (and especially the last ~2-3) acting terribly, driving up prices, and giving all male visitors a bad reputation. I personally don't even care about dating/girls that much which is why I'm considering Argentina despite being mulatto. Just don't want to be branded a sex tourist upon arrival.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >What's the sentiment like towards Americans/foreigners in Brazil?
        I'm American and felt like Brazilians generally like foreigners since they don't get that many tourists
        >I'm hoping to avoid a Colombia situation where gringo coomers have flooded into the country over the past 10-15 years
        As long as you aren't personally obnoxious about harassing women it's not an issue in Brazil or Argentina. Most of the moronic passport bros think Brazil is too dangerous or expensive or something, and Argentina is too far away and doesn't have typical latin girls. They both actually have excellent cooming options, but the scenes are more out of site and there's not as many desperately poor girls trying to date foreigners and the scams and shit that come with that.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Interesting, thanks for your input on this. It seems my general intuition about the situation was accurate then. The combo of Portuguese rather than Spanish, dangerous reputation, and being further from the US/Canada has shielded Brazil from the worst of the Passport Bro types.

          I'm aware these guys have been around forever going back to Roosh et al., but the current iteration of self-styled "passport bros' is just awful and they can't keep their mouths shut. Seriously might have to visit Brazil before they try and turn it into the next DR/Colombia/Thailand/PH. Maybe Argentine racism will help keep them out.

          Do you have a preference between ARG and BR? Favorite cities in either country? Starting to lean towards ARG now, hoping that having money will help them overlook my swarthiness kek

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >Do you have a preference between ARG and BR?
            Probably ARG because I like cities and the ones in Argentina are more European style and feel safe to wander around at any time. Brazil has better climate and nature, and more variety in women, but Argentinian girls are also friendly and attractive so it's not a big issue.
            >Favorite cities in either country?
            Brazil: Florianopolis, Rio, Sao Paulo - Florianopolis is the only one I'm really considering living in right now, but I'd have to go in the low, colder season to be sure. I think the security stress would get too tiring from living in Rio/SP, but they're worth checking out
            Argentina: Buenos Aires, Cordoba, Mendoza - Everywhere I've gone in Argentina has been great to just chill out, but there was more going on in those cities
            >hoping that having money will help them overlook my swarthiness kek
            don't worry, there's a token black guy in most larger establishments in Argentina

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              >feel safe to wander around at any time.
              How? And what do you mean "at any time"? I never felt safe. Even carrying two bottles of coke got me comments from villeros. Sure nothing happened, but that was at Retiro, where a police officer was killed by a villero proudly proclaiming as he was put in the cop car "YO ONIONS EL JEFE!!". And that's just Buenos Aires. Rosario has been completely taken over by cartels. I'm really not sure how you can feel safe in any Argentine city. The countryside is better, but still feels shady in parts.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >ONIONS
                Huh, not sure what happened there. He said "I AM THE BOSS".

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                basically soi translates to onions because on fit consuming onions equated to high test and consuming soibean products equated to low test, obviously some troony jannies got miffed about people constantly berating their favourite food and beverage so they filtered out soi to piss off the high T onion chads

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >I'm really not sure how you can feel safe in any Argentine city
                I guess I just haven't encountered many threatening looking people that I need to be careful around, whereas in Brazil there's sketchy people everywhere and even major European cities have more migrants/gypsies/homeless you want to keep your distance from.
                >Rosario has been completely taken over by cartels
                I'm here now, in the city center, have walked home from restaurants at midnight, it was a little dead and quiet, but with just a few other normal looking people like old couples and single women on the streets. I mean, I know there's bad areas from seeing

                but I haven't gone out of my way to find them and the biggest issue in the center has just been the shitty sidewalks

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Nobody cares anymore. Pack your bags and go back to biz

        https://i.imgur.com/P7Dc1JG.jpeg

        Interesting, thanks for your input on this. It seems my general intuition about the situation was accurate then. The combo of Portuguese rather than Spanish, dangerous reputation, and being further from the US/Canada has shielded Brazil from the worst of the Passport Bro types.

        I'm aware these guys have been around forever going back to Roosh et al., but the current iteration of self-styled "passport bros' is just awful and they can't keep their mouths shut. Seriously might have to visit Brazil before they try and turn it into the next DR/Colombia/Thailand/PH. Maybe Argentine racism will help keep them out.

        Do you have a preference between ARG and BR? Favorite cities in either country? Starting to lean towards ARG now, hoping that having money will help them overlook my swarthiness kek

        *YAWN*

        Get lost. Humblebrag is over, now you’re just lingering around while the thread starts to smell like old dogshit.

        C ya!

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          sideliner hell is a real place

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >”Sideliner hell is a real place”

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Nobody is seething about crypto. They think you’re an idiot. All you crypto bros are always idiots. You think they hate you for stumbling onto wealth but in reality they’re pointing out that because you stumbled onto wealth, you’re still a moron.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Nobody is seething about crypto
          >continues to seethe

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          weird way to not seethe

  20. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    The reality is most people who made it in crypto are dork homosexual losers who never leave their room so the only thing that changes about their life is their compulsive need to GLOAT and BELLOW about how they “‘made it” despite the fact that they’re still sitting in their room, with atrophied social skills, probably not having sex, or doing anything cool with their life. Many such cases. So the best thing in their life is the dopamine hit from making these threads so a small pool of an aspiring dork homosexuals can fellate him.

    I know dudes who are tech wagies working 2-3 jobs making a quarter mill a year and they still just hide in their room, hide from life, and the only dopemanine hit they have in their life is smugly and vaguely hinting
    >”oh I don’t actually have to deal with that because muh money”

    Nobody is doubting the ability to get rich off crypto, but the reality of most of these losers lives isn’t Andrew tate etc etc.

    The reality is in order to make it you have to be an autistic dork homosexual who’s constantly staring at screens or facefricking your coding textbook all throughout college. To me, I’m not entire sure the sacrifice is worth it.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      What cool things do you do dude?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I’ve spent 2 years overseas, body count is 220, read hundreds of books, actually had a life and will continue to have a life lmfao

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          That fact that your still counting at 220 I can tell your just a dork homosexual yourself, that's why you know so much about them

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            and they were all paid for

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              Actually only 170 were :)). I used to be a stud (still am just a bit weathered) :))

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        He works 11 months of the year as a mall cop and comes on here to seethe at anybody that could live the degen life he wants in Thailand

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >he thinks im only traveling for one month
          Lol the misperceptions are honestly flattering.

  21. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    https://i.imgur.com/UcLm5za.gif

    Interesting, where in Argentina do you recommend anon? BA? I've heard Argentines aren't that fond of outsiders (especially given that I'm part non-white kek). And why not Mexico? I'm assuming you mean there's too many Americans retirees

    [...]
    Well anon, given that there's a different board here entirely dedicated to becoming a crypto millionaire, not sure why it's so surprising. Been browsing this godforsaken basket weaving forum since middle school and got into crypto in 2018. Anons on this site were discussing Bitcoin on SighSee back in 2011.

    I have put virtually all of my spare discretionary income into it since 2018. It's really quite easy to make money in crypto if you have a strategy and you're not a normalgay that falls for obvious scams. As one example, I bought Quant (QNT) at an avg of ~$3 in 2019 thanks to this site, and sold at ~$312 in 2021. I then reinvested that money into Fetch.ai (FET) in 2023, and made a bunch more recently. Go look at the charts of those projects on Coinmarketcap and maybe then you'll understand.

    [...]
    Not that interested in Thai (and SEA) culture/food etc. Would also like to learn the language of the place I go to and Portuguese seems more plausible than Thai. Thailand is also super heavily touristed, which isn't so appealing. Can you elaborate on the new money thing? Ideally I'd live where the rich people do, are you saying I'd still be targeted?

    https://i.imgur.com/0mDTITN.jpeg

    Made a few mil off crypto recently and left my dead end job. Mid-20's, little family to speak of, and only a few friends dispersed across various U.S. cities. World is my oyster, but the prospect of absolute freedom is daunting.

    Was thinking of heading to Latin America because it seems more open to foreigners integrating and living there semi long-term (compared to SEA/Asia).

    Trying to avoid running into a bunch of America boomers (like Costa Rica) or 'passport bros' in DR/Colombia. But still want somewhere comfy to NEET, lift weights, learn the local language etc. Thinking maybe Brazil? Portuguese means higher barrier to entry, plus it's further from U.S./Canada. Any other ideas? Where would you go SighSee?

    I have my life set up but still lack in the money aspect.
    Got any recommendations/resources on how I do not blow half my money in a month again with crypto?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >my life set up
      >still lack money
      Yea see you actually “don’t” because “setting up your life” requires money

      Lets circle back when you have money 🙂

  22. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    What an awful thread.
    I'm brazilian and there are only 2 options: Brazil and Argentina. Both countries have ups and downs.
    Brazil has a huge advantage because of climate, if you are into warmer places.

    If you have serious questions, as at r/Brazil

  23. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I heard Uruguay is really nice and peaceful.

  24. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I've heard a lot of good things about Argentina but tbh I can't stand Westernized countries in general.

    Asia, specifically Japan and Thailand is the obvious GOAT, but I've always seen that as for vacationing.
    >here's a controversial take for 2024: whitie needs to be with his own people

    Eastern Europe is the best option. It's much cheaper than the West, there's white women who take care of themselves, live traditionally, and many speak English. Make white babies and start a life. Don't be like the fat boomers and degens on this board who head to Pattaya and rot.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Eastern Europe is the best option. It's much cheaper than the West, there's white women who take care of themselves, live traditionally, and many speak English. Make white babies and start a life. Don't be like the fat boomers and degens on this board who head to Pattaya and rot.
      Ok. As an u ironic Hitler lover, I would love to breed a white woman. I've been looking at Indonesia and PH though because I'm 40 and running out if time. I have money, a good career that allows me to fly around the world and I'm well educated. But I absolutely do NOT have time. I want kids.
      How does Eastern Europe compare to PH and Indonesia in terms of how easy it is to get married and have kids. Because, in my experience, JBW scale is:
      >Kenya 10
      >PH 9
      >Indonesia 9
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >UK 1
      >t. Bong

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >unironic "Hitler lover"
        >40 y.o.
        >racemixing with Black folk and asians

        eat shit and die homosexual

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Whites help whites. You sound like a jeet with a dominate me daddy white fetish

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Polish girls might suck your dong, but marrying is VERY hard if you are a foreigner. Generally speaking maybe some girls would like to, but they are mostly very family oriented, and boomers can't speak even english at all so that is a major inconvenience. Well, maybe if you're rich AND good looking, you have a chance, but good god, living there is not fun. And don't think that girls will be easy, there are already a lot of wannabe millionaires and 8-10/10 girls are harder to marry than in the US imo. It would be a lot easier if you were an American, cause living in the US is far more attractive than anything else you can offer. Also bongs don't have a good press here. I wouldn't personally bother, get a hot Greek or Italian girl.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Thanks for the info. Met a hot Italian girl in Indonesia actually but something was missing. Maybe I just like submissive traditional

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >marrying is VERY hard if you are a foreigner
          Why?

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            I just know it. Polish people are very closed to themselves, their boomer parents even more. I know only 1 girl that is engaged to an Italian guy, but Italians are known as the hot guys. British and Germans are despised here. How do you even imagine marrying here if you can't talk with her parents? Boomers know only russian or german(barely) if anything at all. I'm not even considering that, but if you're brown then you have 0 chance of a relationship, we are very racist. But if you think that this slavhole is some paradise then learn the language and go on. Just don't say I didn't warn you.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              Man, i am Polish and Youre talking bullshit.
              Marrying a Polish girl as a northwestern european is not any harder than in any other eastern shithole.
              The real problem is the language bareer, and not the fact that they dispise you for your natuonality, quote the opposite.
              The english speaking level for the average person allows for a shallow conversation, which can allow you to get a girl into the bed if you don't frick up, but it is most often insufficient to maintain a long term relationship.
              And what do the boomer parents have to do with it? You're marrying the girl, not her parents.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                So you're basically agreeing with me?

                > You're marrying the girl, not her parents.
                Kek, you're not even 20, are you?

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                No you said that that brits and germans are despised there, which is opposite to true. I am 30 and i probably know about the marriage in Poland more than You do.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          tell me more about this greek girl
          what makes greek girls so great?
          for some reason I keep coming back to the idea of settling in greece and finding a wife there, but I'd like to hear more

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        > 40
        > has money, is white, is UK citizen
        > just wants kids ASAP
        Level up your appearance with fitness, grooming, hygiene, hair meds if you need to, and a get in a good skincare routine, then go straight to Eastern Europe or Latin America. Hell, I would think Poland would be great but maybe there’s some resentment there. I don’t know. Maybe you could find a nice Mormon girl in Utah. America is overrated for dating and marriage but underrated for finding a mother for your kids (genetically anyway).

  25. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    This is a politician in Argentina.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous
  26. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Hi. Come to Oaxaca in Mexico. Eother tje capital or Huatulco.

  27. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Hey OP. I've made similar moves and seen about a $1.2M total profit since pre-2017 bull market. Can't say what you should do, but here's what I'm doing.

    Not quitting my job. Unfortunately many things such as loans, landlords, and leases can't fathom giving your funding without a source of income. Unless you've cashed out and paid taxes, many people will be hesitant to provide you with a loan. ESPECIALLY as liquidity for banks is starting to strain. What I am doing is going looking for a part time remote job that will allow me low stress and "something to do". In the meantime, I'm making a plan to travel internationally and search for a Plan B location. Besides, you ALWAYS need a backup plan and an exit strategy.

    My time now is spent coasting on my job and focusing on a few other things. (1) Duolingo for Spanish (2) building a list of things to do that last one month straight in each location and (3) listening to economic podcast and media. You're heavily weighted on crypto, so your journey and economic situation depend on the crypto price so you need to keep abreast of it and dive DEEPER into macro now that you have the time. Also, listen to a channel called 'Nomad Capitalist'. He talks about the benefits of citizenship of different countries and can help you out. When you live there, you become their property. Just because you go to Brazil doesn't mean you're exempt from Brazilian taxes.

    I'm personally traveling to Chile this August and renting an AirBnB in Santiago / the coast. I'll be going to Uruguay afterwards. I would not buy ANYTHING in terms of real estate or passports until you've visited for one month. You never know if you'll like it until you go there. I also think you shouldn't write-off CR, DR, Colombia, and Panama. If you're in these countries for the long-term, you need to also consider how to best take care of yourself when you're old. Brazil may be good now but idk if I'd say the same if you're 70 years old.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I'm in the same position as you (but about half as much in crypto). Moving to semi retirement next year. Currently work a high paid job in Asia that allows me to work on rotation next year.
      >Duolingo for Spanish
      You need to download Pimsleur. I wasted too much time on Duolingo before finding Pimsleur. Shit is amazing in comparison. Thank me later

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Portugal. Incredibly easy to move to with a passive income stream, with a clear and simple path to citizenship in 5 years. Not to mention it's about 100x safer than South America and you get all the benefits of living in the EU.

      Black person cash the frick out, you made it, stop exposing yourself to the risk.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Black person cash the frick out, you made it, stop exposing yourself to the risk
        Turbo normie doesn't understand. The bullrun is about 6 months away you moronic homosexual. Only a total mong would cash out now

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >BRO just one more I'm on a roll bro I can't quit now
          You're gonna get burned one day. Don't forget my words.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            I'm not saying hold on forever, moron. You sell somewhere late 2025. You do not sell 1 week after the halving.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              Sure you will.

  28. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    For guys who've made it on crypto and no longer have paychecks coming in:
    how do you cash out? do you just off-ramp to your bank account and then spend? There is also things like lemon cash where you can spend USDT as debit or the crypto dot com visa card... Thinking I'd rather use a card than expose myself to taxable events.
    Also trying to figure out where to retire. Thinking maybe just hop around south east asia for a couple years but that gets tiresome, need to have a home base. I have EU and Canadian passport, so maybe somewhere in eastern europe, then again south america is appealing, love latinas. Apparently Argentina grants citizenship to people who've lived there 2 years, not sure how you live there 2 years without citizenship, but yeah I want to leave Canada.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >how do you cash out? do you just off-ramp to your bank account and then spend?
      coinbase then wire to my bank account
      >There is also things like lemon cash where you can spend USDT as debit or the crypto dot com visa card... Thinking I'd rather use a card than expose myself to taxable events.
      When you sell to USDT it's already a "taxable event" it might just not be reported yet if you're small time or using an exchange without kyc yet. Could be able to get away with it longer since you're outside the US.
      >Argentina grants citizenship to people who've lived there 2 years, not sure how you live there 2 years without citizenship
      Because it's Argentina and they're too fricking lazy to deport you

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Could be able to get away with it longer since you're outside the US
        yeah I am in Canada and the CRA is pretty lazy
        I also have German citizenship
        I'd have to find some kind of exchange that doesn't KYC, seems harder to come by these days, pretty sure I KYC'd myself on crypto dot com already
        and I know kraken wants KYC
        know any other options? capital gains tax feels like such a scam

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Germany has a 0% long term capital gains tax. As long as you are not a US citizen, then you should be good to go.
          Just make sure you're a German tax resident and that you've held everything for 1+ year before cashing out. Remember that selling one crypto and buying another resets that clock.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            yeah I've known about this law but it doesn't make sense to me
            say I've been holding Apu for a year and want to cash out? how the hell do I do that? just send Apu to my bank? I guess it'd have to be on an exchange that would trade Apu for Euro? Do they ask to see your records or something? Any idea how to become a tax resident as well? I've only lived in Canada, I have a german passport cause my mom's German.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              >just send Apu to my bank? I
              Yes, all major banks accept apu. Your account will be credited in apu, I have a Chase account, I just go to the atm, press other, currencies, then apu to withdraw apu or whatever shitcoin I sent to my bank

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                haha exactly
                see what I mean

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >see what I mean
                No. Nobody sees what you mean because this is an anonymous board, you reddit moron.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              Alternatively, just speak to your finance department at work about paying you in apu. I've get been getting paid in israelites did 911 since it launched last month.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              >I guess it'd have to be on an exchange that would trade Apu for Euro?
              yes
              >Do they ask to see your records or something?
              usually no, they have software that traces shit on the blockchains
              >Any idea how to become a tax resident as well?
              For most countries it's from living there longer than 180 days in a year, since you have a German passport you won't have any problem staying that long, your issue will be proving to Canada that you're no longer a tax resident

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                I've heard it's easy to apply for non residence in canada. Also I have family and close friends in Germany, they say I can live with them if I want.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Any idea how they even prove how long you've been in a country? Last time I flew into Europe they never gave me a stamp or anything, but I guess I did scan my passport now that I think about it.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >Any idea how they even prove how long you've been in a country?
                Some common ways are entry/exit stamps, accommodation bookings/leases, travel itineraries like your flight tickets, cell phone location records, any records of appointments you had or receipts from places in that country. It's not an exact science and it's usually the country you're leaving that will be up your ass about proving you aren't a resident anymore since they're the ones losing money, you want to make as clean a break as possible and the main way is to not keep a lease or own a house or business there. How much crypto are you even planning to sell? It will matter for how much they care about fighting you over it.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Yeah that makes sense. I just checked and it looks like if you are outside of Canada for 183 days of a year you are not considered a resident and don't have to pay tax on capital gains, as well as if you are in Germany for 180 days of the year you are considered a resident, so basically all I'd have to do is move to Germany for half a year. Might be kind of boring since I'd rather be in SEA or something, but it could be good too.

  29. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Hey guys, SighSee here, made it from crypto. I'm living in the same room that I was born in and need to experience overseas. Here is what I need:
    >two live in sex maids (no condom)
    >fiber internet air conditioned apartment with rooftop pool and gym
    >nearby 711
    Can this be achieved earning 10k/month passive income? Bangkok or Vietnam?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      The apartment, pool and Internet can be done in bkk for $500. Very nice for $1000 (2 floor apartment near Sukhumvit).
      That leaves you $4500 for each "maid". Realistically, these will be 2 bar girls. Ypu can definitely do it. Just got to ...
      I feel like I just responded to a larp...

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