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Title: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: evgenyron on November 14, 2017, 12:08:51 AM
The recent collapse of bitcoin, perhaps, is one of the most discussed topics in the cryptocurrency market. While bitcoin owners think what they should do with their own money, people who are just entering the cryptocurrency market are investing in more forward looking projects. Personally I spent a lot of months on forums looking for worthy projects, and Ive chosen a European company Mining Now http://miningnow.online
Of course, Ive come to such conclusions not myself, My cousin who entered the cryptocurrency market about five years ago told me bout it.
Due to the fact that I listened to him, Im not among those who are in panic now getting off bitcoin, because no one can name the reasons for the collapse, and no one knows what will happen to шe next.
With MNW tokens, theres a more understandable situation since theres a plan for the currency development, and itll grow steadily for the next few years.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: eance on November 14, 2017, 12:19:04 AM
Lol, good one


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: kaeluxdeuz on November 14, 2017, 10:03:58 AM
Is there a question or was that a statement?  :)


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: AyaYotoko on November 14, 2017, 10:05:49 AM
The recent collapse of bitcoin, perhaps, is one of the most discussed topics in the cryptocurrency market. While bitcoin owners think what they should do with their own money, people who are just entering the cryptocurrency market are investing in more forward looking projects. Personally I spent a lot of months on forums looking for worthy projects, and Ive chosen a European company Mining Now http://miningnow.online
Of course, Ive come to such conclusions not myself, My cousin who entered the cryptocurrency market about five years ago told me bout it.
Due to the fact that I listened to him, Im not among those who are in panic now getting off bitcoin, because no one can name the reasons for the collapse, and no one knows what will happen to шe next.
With MNW tokens, theres a more understandable situation since theres a plan for the currency development, and itll grow steadily for the next few years.


What are you talking about? lol


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: xenomorphe1 on November 14, 2017, 10:26:33 AM
I think he just want to attract people to his cloud mining website...   :-\


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: teilwalL05 on November 14, 2017, 10:28:39 AM
The recent Drop in the price of bitcoin has something to do with the Repeated topic on the forum about FUD over BCH taking over BTC, and my recent post was it will never happen because the Gap in price was so much for it to make a dent on the recent price of bitcoin even if bitcoin price greatly drop,

As for you in my understanding that you are now mining I think it is good to mine for other coins right now because it is more cheaper than he top 5 coins in the market that would make you ROI and even make you a millionaire over a year.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: ICOtoINVEST on November 14, 2017, 10:41:28 AM
Mine away friend. BCH can be mined without worrying too much about the giants and whales of the cryptoworld.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: tansoft64 on November 15, 2017, 12:00:06 AM
Bitcoin will not collapse and it will pump again after the segwit2x, new altcoins that manipulated by some whales like bitcoin cash and they are the only benefactor and big stock holder of it.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: bitfools on November 15, 2017, 12:33:13 AM
The recent collapse of bitcoin, perhaps, is one of the most discussed topics in the cryptocurrency market. While bitcoin owners think what they should do with their own money, people who are just entering the cryptocurrency market are investing in more forward looking projects. Personally I spent a lot of months on forums looking for worthy projects, and Ive chosen a European company Mining Now http://miningnow.online
Of course, Ive come to such conclusions not myself, My cousin who entered the cryptocurrency market about five years ago told me bout it.
Due to the fact that I listened to him, Im not among those who are in panic now getting off bitcoin, because no one can name the reasons for the collapse, and no one knows what will happen to шe next.
With MNW tokens, theres a more understandable situation since theres a plan for the currency development, and itll grow steadily for the next few years.


So everytime there is a 10-20% temporary correction in BITCOIN U'all going to call it "COLLAPSE", isnt' that why the day-traders love this crap? Cuz they can count on these tremendous volatility variations, and its a known-known that no matter how low it goes, it will come back, ppl who play this game, must be make a fortune on betting against the whales.

I can imagine tons of coders out there have python algo's that just look for major whale buy/sale orders, and then the algo tells the day-trader what to buy/sell, good thing about BTC is this stuff is all open and almost all the good exchange have JSON. I'm sure ton's of people get INTEL every hour on their mobile phones.

Lot's of PPL can tell U why the price went down almost $2k, but now its back up to 60 day average, lots of ppl can tell u whats going to happen next,

More of the same, ... just like the weather.

Bill Gates said it best "Bitcoin aint' going away", that's all U need to know.

BITCOIN is 'money' for INTL-RICH MEN, no borders, and like gold, but it can't be taken away by cops,bandits, or gov. All the rich see this, so they will slowly continue to 'investment' BITCOIN by baby-steps, but certainly once The SHit Hits the Fan, aka USDollar collapses then U will see BTC shoot to the moon, cuz it will be the only place other than gold to safely store your wealth, even 'real estate' is NOT safe during war.

Marc Faber likes to point out looking back the last 500 years the only safe place where anybody kept their wealth was in the 'church', now we have a new religion, a new church, and BTC is the idol.

( The point being about the 'church' is that wars come & go, and fortunes come and go, and fiat, but  the church just keeps growing; best racket on earth after bitcoin )


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: John Langut on November 15, 2017, 12:40:13 AM
I just told myself not to click on clickbait and yet here I am.

Obviously the only purpose of the thread opener is not to discuss alternative investments in case Bitcoin collapses, but just to advertise the website.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: bitfools on November 15, 2017, 12:55:50 AM
I just told myself not to click on clickbait and yet here I am.

Obviously the only purpose of the thread opener is not to discuss alternative investments in case Bitcoin collapses, but just to advertise the website.

+90% of the shill-bots posting here have an agenda, quite often blatant, but most of the time just rhetorical newbie planting of seeds and justification for the herd.

Anybody with 4+ years, or even 8 years in BTC knows it ain't going away, but the bot's & shill's they are PAID to create doubt, probably just another shit-post by team BCH, but hell its a question that needs reflection, even stupid questions should be answered.

'memo to self don't click on bait'

Well its probably all bait, what if the title was "Don't Read This', then what would u do? Your here aren't U?? Thus U must be here for the obvious propaganda, most of the 'What,where,who" questions here are tag-team bots offering problem/solution in order to direct ppl to their site, real humans without an agenda are a endangered species on this site.

I think that if OP ask's a reasonable timely question, then it should be answered,

ALSO I might point out that even BTC is still an ALT, its still in TESTNET after 8 years, ppl are still feeling it out,

It's a pyramid with BTC at the top, and +2,000 other crypto's trying to crawl up, will BTC get knocked off the top to be replaced by a shit-coin? Probably not, not from what we have seen so far, the competition is usually centralized an ran by GOV GOONS, or Proxy's. Even Monero is known to have weak ECDSA integers (NSA), and its the only coin that comes close to privacy.

BIGGEST PROBLEM today for BTC is making it ANONYMOUS,

This thread is about ALT-COINS, the ALT that can resolve the ANONYMITY problem, or most likely piggy-back BTC could be king, but so far, mixers and all have failed

The best people don't even seem to be working on this problem, there are more people working on transaction analysis, than there are people trying to make the transactions invisible.

Because finding RICH PPL and lawyers/GOV stealing their money is MORE profitable than developing the next BITCOIN (ALT)


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: hookcoin on November 15, 2017, 01:02:08 AM
To me, bitcoin just crashed when no longer bitcoin existed in the world. If that does not happen I think the bitcoin will never collapse. Although there are many altcoin born with good techniques but still can not replace bitcoin.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: 10yearsolder on November 15, 2017, 01:03:09 AM
Nice try in promoting your project. But let me focus on what is indicated in the subject line. To be clear about it, there is no Bitcoin collapse that happened. Let it be known to all that Bitcoin remains standing solid and firm. Collapse is a term that is fitted to be used to other shitcoins that have died already. But for Bitcoin, it is a misplaced word. What happened is a price dip which is very normal. It happens all the time.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse chinese dillema
Post by: bitfools on November 15, 2017, 01:53:01 AM
Nice try in promoting your project. But let me focus on what is indicated in the subject line. To be clear about it, there is no Bitcoin collapse that happened. Let it be known to all that Bitcoin remains standing solid and firm. Collapse is a term that is fitted to be used to other shitcoins that have died already. But for Bitcoin, it is a misplaced word. What happened is a price dip which is very normal. It happens all the time.


U know most people here don't care about reality or facts? U know that right?

FUD rules, somebody probably team BCH/BTG ( china owned ) wants to create FUD, wants people to question BITCOIN, too bad most people can't see reality.

China wants to CONTROL the BITCOIN-BRAND, ,they have the miners, they have the CONSENSUS, but they don't own the BRAND and they KNOW-IT

A handful of Chinese billionaires plot 24/7 to grab 100% control of BITCOIN, Bill Gates say's its not possible, but Chinese are more greedy, and thus less realistic, and not know their own limitations.

Sun Tzu said KNOW yourself, Know your enemy and you shall win 10,000 battles.

I think that the chinese billionaires think the western-white's are morons, they under-estimate their enemy.

BTG is proof of this they hired IDIOTS to bring out BTG, perhaps next time they'll get a better team for their next BITCOIN-KILLER.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: jlanzago on November 15, 2017, 02:12:18 AM
Collapse? Really? A headline that makes people open the post, I'll give you that. But after it, it is just a promotion of a product - or an announcement for that sake. Bad.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: dillpicklechips on November 15, 2017, 02:19:43 AM
Collapse? Really? A headline that makes people open the post, I'll give you that. But after it, it is just a promotion of a product - or an announcement for that sake. Bad.
Truly. It didn't even discussed how he came to that conclusion. He was like "I'm gonna say Bitcoin will collapse and I mine here and this MNW tokens will go to the moon." This is a trashy thread.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: kaya11 on November 15, 2017, 02:27:24 AM
Bitcoin will always be the king and no one will snatch its crown. Goodluck on the cloud mining of yours and your cousin too. Dont just listen to what people say, you must also be keen observer in the community of cryptocurrencies for you to not jump certain conclusions about bitcoin colapsing. Bitcoin's foundation is solid and will not be going down and will continue to pump up.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: CrazyCreeptonaut on November 15, 2017, 02:31:41 AM
everytime something little happens, everyone says "bitcoin collapse" etc...
its just a correction like every coin and every stock has
dont forget it was 3k 2 months ago ;x


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: dumplingsandsushi on November 15, 2017, 02:36:32 AM
I feel like these "posts" (aka advertisements disguised as posts) would be a lot more successful if the op took some writing courses, preferably at the college level.
On the positive side, I get a kick out these because it is just so laughably obvious that it is an advertisement.
But on the other side, I always feel like time is wasted, not just mine but the website, coin, or mining group they advertise.

Perhaps it is low quality because it is free? It's not paid marketers? If it is paid, then I would want a refund if this is all they produced.
Also, isn't the audience the wrong target audience?
If it's for a mining site, then newbies definitely aren't the type to get into that, they are too busy trying to find an ico to invest in.
And I can't see anyone would fall for this unless they were entirely new to crypto.
I mean, I'm fairly new having got into it about 6 months ago and I've already seen btc "crash" a couple times, there's no way I would believe this thread.

And I might as well be nitpicky, who is gonna believe a one post newbie?


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: Teraboy on November 15, 2017, 03:02:24 AM
Mine away friend. BCH can be mined without worrying too much about the giants and whales of the cryptoworld.
We are not worrying about the giants or whales but we are feeling worried about those fraudsters that already buy a lot of the bitcoin cash at the low price and then try to spread a lot of bullshit about bitcoin to make the price of bitcoin cash increase. Roger and jihan should become the main concern.
very very greedy person.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: dillpicklechips on November 15, 2017, 03:08:25 AM
Mine away friend. BCH can be mined without worrying too much about the giants and whales of the cryptoworld.
We are not worrying about the giants or whales but we are feeling worried about those fraudsters that already buy a lot of the bitcoin cash at the low price and then try to spread a lot of bullshit about bitcoin to make the price of bitcoin cash increase.
Yep. A lot of people might just lose some considerable amount of money. There is great possibility that BCH would just dump at any moment now. I get what @ICOtoINVEST is trying to say. He is saying that no need to buy BCH but rather than mine it then sell it which is much safer approach than losing money when it dumps.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: Prodigan786 on November 15, 2017, 03:37:43 AM
Are you trying to promote the website the whole statement of looks like that there was no question it was having the link of website with some information . If you really concern about bitcoin and bch pump . Its just a temporary whales game.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: maydna on November 15, 2017, 04:56:37 AM
when i visit on the link, i see its something like the ICO that want to be launch. i am not sure that cloud mining will be profitable again like 2 years before. i think he want to promote his ICO so he can get much of investor that will want to invest their money and makes a nice profit with them. but i think bitcoin itself its not collapse and the price is only makes correction price before its increase higher than before and now i think the price will be back to go up.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: ZaoXhou on November 15, 2017, 04:59:40 AM
Mine away friend. BCH can be mined without worrying too much about the giants and whales of the cryptoworld.
We are not worrying about the giants or whales but we are feeling worried about those fraudsters that already buy a lot of the bitcoin cash at the low price and then try to spread a lot of bullshit about bitcoin to make the price of bitcoin cash increase.
Yep. A lot of people might just lose some considerable amount of money. There is great possibility that BCH would just dump at any moment now. I get what @ICOtoINVEST is trying to say. He is saying that no need to buy BCH but rather than mine it then sell it which is much safer approach than losing money when it dumps.

A lot of people have already lost money on bitcoin cash, it has also messed with the btc price quite a bit.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: feelideb on November 15, 2017, 05:04:20 AM
I thought you want to discuss bitcoin, well bitcoin is not collapsing, this is only happening in your mind. And your mining company I dare say is a scam
 No mining company has been profitable or deliver the touting profit statement ever since  I have been in crypto.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: altcoinhunter01 on November 15, 2017, 05:53:36 AM
Bitcoin will not collapse because BTC show it's strength after China ban. BTC recovered immediately after ban by China.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: CryptoClown on November 15, 2017, 06:09:52 AM
I think he just want to attract people to his cloud mining website...   :-\

I think so too since it is his first post. Didn't really understand what he was saying though  :-\


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: Miminaha on November 15, 2017, 07:41:55 AM
I think he just want to attract people to his cloud mining website...   :-\

I think so too since it is his first post. Didn't really understand what he was saying though  :-\
I'm too. Collapse? I think bitcoin will survive this and will develop further


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: Futourist on November 15, 2017, 07:55:32 AM
Is there a question or was that a statement?  :)

Neither, it's a promotion ;)


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: PalindromemordnilaP on November 15, 2017, 08:14:53 AM
Bitcoin is unstoppable and no other crypto currency could ever took its place while bitcoin is still around.  You can give the hype to bitcoin cash for a week while bitcoin's value is going down but IMO, bitcoin will still rise and BCH's will falter down again. And with that, Bitcoin will always be the alpha of crypto currencies throughout times.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: popolite11 on November 16, 2017, 09:20:37 AM
I understand your good intentions to support this ICO. However, Id like to remind all of us that mining for Bitcoin is a complicated task today. The profit might be not as good as from mining altcoins, Monero, for instance.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: imjustp on November 16, 2017, 09:27:14 AM
It's kind of hard to say something has collapsed when it is still worth double what it was a couple months ago. Think you're a bit confused mate


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: btct22 on November 16, 2017, 09:33:06 AM

Bitcoin is collapsing upward.  You are standing on the wrong side of the planet, that's all  ;D


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: sukamasoto on November 16, 2017, 09:37:05 AM
I understand your good intentions to support this ICO. However, Id like to remind all of us that mining for Bitcoin is a complicated task today. The profit might be not as good as from mining altcoins, Monero, for instance.

That's why bitcoin consider as risky investation so IMO no matter what happen, just keep your bitcoin for maximum profit.
About BCH uptrend , there are some trader who seek a momentum to make profit but I'm not got affect because I'm still believing in bitcoin so just hold it at least 4 year, Profit up to 25x times !


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: Turkiwi on November 16, 2017, 01:42:20 PM
There is a cool site that shows you how many times Bitcoin died, which is quite similar to what you're suggesting "collapse". Have a look if you want:

https://99bitcoins.com/bitcoinobituaries/ (https://99bitcoins.com/bitcoinobituaries/)

it basically shows you all the times, which are coutned at about 200+ right now, that Bitcoin was doomed to fail and people were all up against it. Now the fact is that all of the 200 times bitcoin went through this rumors like a knife through butter and survived. Hovering at about seven thousand dollars is the testatement to that rise and everyone is here to witness it. There are many naysayers and always will be, the best thing to do is simply hold if you believe in this, and anything that goes against bitcoin will simply crash due to its wrath.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: PalindromemordnilaP on November 24, 2017, 01:37:41 AM

Bitcoin is collapsing upward.  You are standing on the wrong side of the planet, that's all  ;D

It makes sense and i am right with my speculations that bitcoin will rise and yet it sets a new high value at 8K+ USD just few days after it went down. And those who said that bitcoin's days are almost over, they're very wrong and yes, maybe they're world has turned upside down when bitcoin's price skyrocketed once again.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: bitcoinbox on November 24, 2017, 01:43:17 AM
Collapse? Are you calling the last normal and healthy correction a collapse? Aw.. then I'm not too sure you can handle the stress due to volatility in the cryptoworld.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: Sunnyday8228 on November 24, 2017, 01:45:39 AM
Bitcoin is having correction. Is good time to buy bitcoin now? :)


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: slyfox on November 24, 2017, 01:51:28 AM
I feel like these "posts" (aka advertisements disguised as posts) would be a lot more successful if the op took some writing courses, preferably at the college level.
On the positive side, I get a kick out these because it is just so laughably obvious that it is an advertisement.
But on the other side, I always feel like time is wasted, not just mine but the website, coin, or mining group they advertise.

Perhaps it is low quality because it is free? It's not paid marketers? If it is paid, then I would want a refund if this is all they produced.
Also, isn't the audience the wrong target audience?
If it's for a mining site, then newbies definitely aren't the type to get into that, they are too busy trying to find an ico to invest in.
And I can't see anyone would fall for this unless they were entirely new to crypto.
I mean, I'm fairly new having got into it about 6 months ago and I've already seen btc "crash" a couple times, there's no way I would believe this thread.

And I might as well be nitpicky, who is gonna believe a one post newbie?
But the most important part of a post is its content, even if the post had bad grammar if the content behind was good I would still consider it a good post but since the OP is nothing more than a disguised promotion to his project then there is no amount of writing skills that can save it.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: Leodalat on November 24, 2017, 01:59:08 AM
BTC will never collapse because bitcoincore is still improving it daily


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: yonjitsu on November 24, 2017, 03:07:28 AM
Many have really thought that it is the end of bitcoin already since its market value plummets down due to Bitcoin Cash's pump hype. But once again, Bitcoin proved them wrong because they didn't know what's coming after a dip from its market value. It is just actually attracting more and more investors to invest because lots of investors are just waiting for bitcoin's market value to go down for it is the bets time for them to start investing on it.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: NelfiNovita on November 24, 2017, 04:18:52 AM
hopefully this does not happen because many people will lose and the livelihood will be disrupted as a result of the collapse of bitcoin.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: burnsh56 on November 24, 2017, 04:33:27 AM
hopefully this does not happen because many people will lose and the livelihood will be disrupted as a result of the collapse of bitcoin.

It is naive to think that it won't collapse. It is overvalued. And someday there will be a huge correction. I don't want to spread fud or something. I'm just trying to be objective.

Think about it. Crypto world now is a huge battle where a lot of newcomers are trying to make something better than Bitcoin. So, there are some projects like Ethereum who have perspectives to beat Bitcoin because of their technology.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: V1saya on November 24, 2017, 04:41:27 AM
There is no Bitcoin collapse. There is no collapse now, neither was there any in the past, and never will there be in the future. What you are talking about is purely nothing but a hollow introduction to introduce something I have not yet heard of. I cannot understand why we call a collapse or sometimes a crash when in fact Bitcoin is just undergoing some little decreases in value. Everybody should have already been aware that such movements are normal. Ang $8000 per BTC is not a collapse.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: feelideb on November 24, 2017, 04:45:19 AM
Bitcoin collapsed! Is this a joke or drama or something? Bitcoin is not collapsing. You only need to read the graph and bitcoin history for you to know that where bitcoin is today is not an accident. Bitcoin grew by sheer will and demand of it's user.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: Patadong on November 24, 2017, 05:05:29 AM
Bitcoin will not collapse,i think this only happening on your mind.
bitcoin will still rise and BCH's will falter down again.bitcoin will always be the alpha of crypto currencies through out times.
Bitcoin will never collapse, trust me ;D



Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: randythered on November 24, 2017, 05:07:08 AM
Bitcoin will not collapse,i think this only happening on your mind.
bitcoin will still rise and BCH's will falter down again.bitcoin will always be the alpha of crypto currencies through out times.
Bitcoin will never collapse, trust me ;D



Bitcoin may one day collapse, we cannot say for certain that it will not but it has certainly not collapsed any time soon and almost certainly will not. As you said bitcoin is the alpha and the other coins such as bitcoin cash are just having their day of pretending to be the alpha before bitcoin puts them back in their place.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: warwar on November 24, 2017, 05:11:38 AM
hopefully this does not happen because many people will lose and the livelihood will be disrupted as a result of the collapse of bitcoin.

Well it is really possible to happen in the future but we know that there will be an altcoin that is takes place of the bitcoin . But for now since bitcoin is surging and the price is getting higher it is really nice to earn a lot since bitcoin is already here. I think bitcoin will not collapsed easily there are lot of year pass by but still bitcoin stand strong .


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: Lingqingyi on November 24, 2017, 06:09:46 AM
Most of the time, Bitcoin is more reliable than you think, and now every country is accepting it, and it will take a long time before the bubble burst. :)


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: khichariya1 on November 25, 2017, 03:26:57 AM
 it is the end of bitcoin already since its market value plummets down due to Bitcoin Cash's pump hype. But once again, Bitcoin proved them wrong because they didn't know what's coming after a dip from its market value.A bitcoin's price skyrocketed once again.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: Donned on November 25, 2017, 05:14:58 AM
For years, people say bitcoin is dead every year, but so far Bitcoin has hit a new high every time it is said to have died, reaching a much higher price for those who see him flat Disappointed.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: bitcon on November 27, 2017, 10:42:08 AM
Yet I do not watch any apse of Bitcoin. But it does not mean that it will never happen one day. That is why it is better to keep in your wallet different coins: pick at least ten altcoins.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: slyfox on November 29, 2017, 05:40:33 AM
Mine away friend. BCH can be mined without worrying too much about the giants and whales of the cryptoworld.
We are not worrying about the giants or whales but we are feeling worried about those fraudsters that already buy a lot of the bitcoin cash at the low price and then try to spread a lot of bullshit about bitcoin to make the price of bitcoin cash increase.
Yep. A lot of people might just lose some considerable amount of money. There is great possibility that BCH would just dump at any moment now. I get what @ICOtoINVEST is trying to say. He is saying that no need to buy BCH but rather than mine it then sell it which is much safer approach than losing money when it dumps.

A lot of people have already lost money on bitcoin cash, it has also messed with the btc price quite a bit.
I do not know how can anyone invest in bitcoin cash, if you want to profit from it just hold whatever amount you got during the fork but buying it is a losing proposition, the price of bitcoin now is above 10800 and it may hit 11000 dollar any moment why I would want to buy Bitcoin cash.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: modtakels on November 29, 2017, 05:54:23 AM
Clickbaiting here should be removed,please moderators ban this kind of threads and remove the user's account.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: artmen007 on November 29, 2017, 06:02:02 AM
BITCOIN will never collapse. Now the price has crossed the mark of 10,000 many thought that now will be rolled back. And he goes even higher. Already 10600.
One analyst Kaiser said that like to wait for a massive correction will not have in the flesh to 25 thousand dollars. Another said that bitcoin at least in 2018 will increase to $ 40,000


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: lagista on November 29, 2017, 06:57:12 AM
collapse of bitcoin can not be predicted, because currently bitcoin still has the position and the strongest price in the world of cryptocurrency. bitcoin will collapse when there will be a world war and is no longer worth the price.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: Tidsdilatation on November 29, 2017, 09:24:52 AM
Where is this collapse you're talking about? The price rices and there is : NO ETF. No China. No lightning network. No big league investors. The price will hit 100k within 2018, mark my words. Bitcoin is here to stay, get in or get left behind.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: Hichi on November 29, 2017, 01:31:24 PM
if I would have a penny for everytime some said that Bitcoin will collapse or that Bitcoin is dead I'd be richer than satoshi right now. Everyone is making these claims from the average consumer to the biggest banker in the world and the most renowed financial institution, but they have all been proved wrong until now. When some days BTC is going down 30% people are like "see, I told you" only to wait until a couple of weeks pass and the price doubles again. It's been like that since the last nine years and I'm not sure why people believe it will change anytime soon. Bitcoin is obviously here to stay and saying that it will collapse doesn't change anything. It has already proved to be resilient and that's the most important characteristic of any valuable exchangeble coin.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: slyfox on December 05, 2017, 01:57:32 AM
hopefully this does not happen because many people will lose and the livelihood will be disrupted as a result of the collapse of bitcoin.

It is naive to think that it won't collapse. It is overvalued. And someday there will be a huge correction. I don't want to spread fud or something. I'm just trying to be objective.

Think about it. Crypto world now is a huge battle where a lot of newcomers are trying to make something better than Bitcoin. So, there are some projects like Ethereum who have perspectives to beat Bitcoin because of their technology.
Of course it is not going to collapse, why are you so sure? A new technology does not meant that bitcoin is going to be replaced, people have this vision but it is wrong, did computers replace paper immediately? Did the cars replace horses immediately? The answer to that is no.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: VarDiff on December 05, 2017, 02:29:29 AM
King is dead long live King

Bitcoins have a lot of troubles but it's still our king and we all should respect it.
Yes, we have a very ambitious prince and a few other contenders, but so far the situation is as follows.

Next year will be interesting, I think a lot can change in the top 10 and it's not just about the Ethereum. Dash, Bitcoin Cash, and Neo are sleeping giants for my opinion. Wait and see


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: Gloria_16 on December 05, 2017, 08:23:58 AM
If this can be called a collapse, then only temporary, bitcoin will still go into growth.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: A L I E N on December 06, 2017, 07:23:11 PM
if I would have a penny for everytime some said that Bitcoin will collapse or that Bitcoin is dead I'd be richer than satoshi right now. Everyone is making these claims from the average consumer to the biggest banker in the world and the most renowed financial institution, but they have all been proved wrong until now. When some days BTC is going down 30% people are like "see, I told you" only to wait until a couple of weeks pass and the price doubles again. It's been like that since the last nine years and I'm not sure why people believe it will change anytime soon. Bitcoin is obviously here to stay and saying that it will collapse doesn't change anything. It has already proved to be resilient and that's the most important characteristic of any valuable exchangeble coin.

You do not need to be a fortune teller to foresee that Bitcoin will have many of these collapses in its history. The same will happen with altcoins this is gust the big game on cryptomarket. Meanwhile till the end of 2017 BTC will grow much more, maybe to 15 thousand.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: taxmanmt5 on December 07, 2017, 03:47:53 PM
Many have really thought that it is the end of bitcoin already since its market value plummets down due to Bitcoin Cash's pump hype. But once again, Bitcoin proved them wrong because they didn't know what's coming after a dip from its market value. It is just actually attracting more and more investors to invest because lots of investors are just waiting for bitcoin's market value to go down for it is the bets time for them to start investing on it.

Bitcoin cash replacing bitcoins and all these stuff are only hyips and there is no truth in it. These hypes are created so that people invest in the other coins and the planner just dump on high price and run away, leaving the innocent investor empty handed.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: DibiaVxosis on December 07, 2017, 03:58:00 PM
Many have really thought that it is the end of bitcoin already since its market value plummets down due to Bitcoin Cash's pump hype. But once again, Bitcoin proved them wrong because they didn't know what's coming after a dip from its market value. It is just actually attracting more and more investors to invest because lots of investors are just waiting for bitcoin's market value to go down for it is the bets time for them to start investing on it.

Bitcoin cash replacing bitcoins and all these stuff are only hyips and there is no truth in it. These hypes are created so that people invest in the other coins and the planner just dump on high price and run away, leaving the innocent investor empty handed.
Why no truth in bitcoin cash? I think bitcoin cash will become biggest coin soon because they have big company behind, good dev,...


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: nakamote on December 07, 2017, 04:29:21 PM
Its just a price corrections,because its price rallies fast and it needs some cooldown dont worry it will recover soon.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: nodav on December 08, 2017, 01:29:27 PM
The recent collapse of bitcoin, perhaps, is one of the most discussed topics in the cryptocurrency market. While bitcoin owners think what they should do with their own money, people who are just entering the cryptocurrency market are investing in more forward looking projects. Personally I spent a lot of months on forums looking for worthy projects, and Ive chosen a European company Mining Now http://miningnow.online
Of course, Ive come to such conclusions not myself, My cousin who entered the cryptocurrency market about five years ago told me bout it.
Due to the fact that I listened to him, Im not among those who are in panic now getting off bitcoin, because no one can name the reasons for the collapse, and no one knows what will happen to шe next.
With MNW tokens, theres a more understandable situation since theres a plan for the currency development, and itll grow steadily for the next few years.


Wow. I wonder why that is? Advertising? But a poorly disguised post. Perhaps bad publicity because it's free? Or bad marketer?Not even interesting.
Leaving the threads, sorry to waste time.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: Buyingallcoinsz on December 08, 2017, 01:37:41 PM
Naaaaah. It probably wont be collapsing any time soon.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: joselitobayagbag on December 08, 2017, 01:48:55 PM
Bitcoin wont collapse easily,people will still believe that this coin will be a game changer for their lives.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: Qpeep on December 10, 2017, 03:43:03 AM
This is a totally surreal post, after he has posted the price doubled - LoL. He clearly doen not know what he is talking about.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: maydna on December 10, 2017, 07:53:37 AM
I think bitcoin is not collapsed but I only think that bitcoin makes a correction price. as we know that if the price increases, we have to see the decrease in the price and I think this is the time for correction. although we don't want to see the price is down too far like now, but even if the price is dropped like now, I am sure that the price will be back increased. so we need to be patient and wait for a little time and we can buy bitcoin again if we have more money.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: btc_angela on December 10, 2017, 08:07:47 AM
What collapse? This is just a correction which was long overdue. It should happen a few days ago but investors keeps buying and pushing the price to new levels. $13K is still high though for most of us here. Others see this as a perfect opportunity to enter again. So we should not be judging this as a collapse but only a price correction. Collapse is like 30% down, what we are seeing is just 10% correction. The price is slowly moving but slow, unlike in the previous days where it went up to $1K-$2K. Just continue to hold and just sit back and relax. Nothing to worry as of now.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: sehoon on December 17, 2017, 01:50:58 PM
I think bitcoin never had a bitcoin collapse even nowadays it just kept on rising and rising. Yes, there are times that bitcoin's value fluctuates but then it only goes down for a short time and will continue to rise for a long time.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: cryptocue on December 17, 2017, 02:41:22 PM
Another clickbait,bitcoins collapse but the statement seems attracting people to use your cloud mining website.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: rynah011991 on December 17, 2017, 03:18:02 PM
We can't determine when the exact time bitcoin will collapse. But as of today, it has a very high value. It will depends on the situation in the market if it will rise or drop. Perhaps we can study the trend and can decide whether hold or sell.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: QFT on December 17, 2017, 03:22:47 PM
Hmm calling a correction a collapse  ::) Why are you even trying to get people to your website if bitcoin will be collapsing?


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: Dilladupak on December 17, 2017, 03:34:02 PM
I do not think that bitcoin will collapse,
but everything is proven until now the bitcoin price of november 2017, the price is low, compared to this month 2x than the previous price, and I do not believe that bitcoin will collapse
so that I think is not a bitcoin collapse I think is the price of bitcoin, is very nice


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: Redg85 on December 17, 2017, 04:32:39 PM
i dont think bitcoin will go downhill from here. since bitcoin's continuous rise to the top, people will invest on it no matter what. and it will rise ever more.,.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: Opnsrc on December 18, 2017, 08:33:02 AM
The recent collapse of bitcoin, perhaps, is one of the most discussed topics in the cryptocurrency market. While bitcoin owners think what they should do with their own money, people who are just entering the cryptocurrency market are investing in more forward looking projects. Personally I spent a lot of months on forums looking for worthy projects, and Ive chosen a European company Mining Now http://miningnow.online
Of course, Ive come to such conclusions not myself, My cousin who entered the cryptocurrency market about five years ago told me bout it.
Due to the fact that I listened to him, Im not among those who are in panic now getting off bitcoin, because no one can name the reasons for the collapse, and no one knows what will happen to шe next.
With MNW tokens, theres a more understandable situation since theres a plan for the currency development, and itll grow steadily for the next few years.


Growth of price from 10 to 19 thousands dollars at last period of time overheated the system. It couldnt  manage immense flow of transactions. This is the old problem of BTC that developers cant fix.


Title: Re: Bitcoin's collapse
Post by: JosephStalin on December 18, 2017, 08:55:51 AM
OMG , now Bitcoin has collapsed 1000$, from 20,000$ to 19,000$.
I would recommend to use more proper terms, like "correction", "retracement"-