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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / You guys think pancakeswap messed up this time? on: April 27, 2022, 10:58:19 AM
Pancakeswap recently rolled out a new update that replaced their old staking design.

The old staking design was these 2:
Option 1: Auto compounding cake staking - 60% APY
Option 2: Manual Harvest cake staking - 48% APR or 60+% APY
You can unstake them both anytime you want and you can do both.

For the new design, you also have two options:
Flexible staking - which is Auto Compounding, unstake anytime - 10% APY (as of today)
Fixed Staking - Pick how many weeks you are going to stake, Auto Compounding - 20+% APY up to 220+% APY depending on how many weeks you are going to stake. Max 52 weeks or 1 year. The lesser the weeks, the lesser the rewards. You can't unstake no matter what until the timer runs out.

You can only pick one of the two. If you pick fixed staking, you can't do flexible staking anymore until the timer runs out. If you pick flexible, you can't do fixed staking unless you unstake your flexible.

A lot of people don't like this, myself included. I don't like how I won't have any control of my coins for a period of time. I don't like how my rewards are compounded instead of harvested. I don't like how it is Waaaaaaay less APY than the old design. It's also more complicated because before, you only have to stake it and wait for it to compound and you can unstake it anytime you want with a juicy APR. Now, you are forced to make a strategy which date you'd like to get your reward with a significantly less reward than the old design.

Sold all my cakes and bought Biswap. Auto stake it for 56+% APY and just forget it. I kinda feel like pancake swap removed the only feature people wanted from them. I know it's for controlling inflation, however, I feel like they did it in a bad way.

What are your thoughts on this?
2  Economy / Lending / Looking for 0.02 BNB loan for gas on: January 19, 2022, 05:16:20 AM
Will repay 0.022 as soon as possible.

Just need to sell some assets.

Thanks  Cheesy


Edit: No longer needed
3  Economy / Lending / Need 0.02 BNB loan for gas fee on: October 04, 2021, 02:22:41 AM
Looking for someone to lend me just 0.02 BNB (more or less $9). I'll send it back as soon as possible once I sold my assets in PVU (I need 0.02 gas fee there to do a transaction but it really won't consume my 0.02 BNB so I can send it back fast.)

If you accept SLP, I'll gladly trade 120 SLP for 0.02 BNB for it.

I'll pay back 0.022 BNB

You send first. Thank you  Grin
4  Local / Others (Pilipinas) / [Tutorial] Paano makakuha ng Free courses sa Udemy on: October 29, 2020, 07:36:46 AM
Napansin ko na ang daming libreng mga courses sa Udemy na makakatulong sa journey nyo dito sa Bitcointalk, mapa programming man or trading or overall knowledge sa cryptocurrency. May chance na ang iba sa inyo ay hindi ito alam. Sobrang dali lang naman nila makuha.

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EDIT: "Unfortunately, hindi ko na din makita yung price filter sa website nila PERO meron parin sa mobile app nila kaya kung gusto mo makakuha ng course na free, kuha ka nalang sa mobile app nila at pag-aralan mo sa website." (May steps at picture sa post 16 kung paano)


So let's get straight to the point.

Step 1: Google Udemy or go https://www.udemy.com/



Step 2: Click nyo lang ang "Sign Up" sa top right ng page. (Kung may account na kayo sa Udemy, skip lang sa step 4)



Step 3: Fill up the form, after nyo ma fill up, click "Sign Up" (kung nagkaroon ng problema, try nyo lang palitan yung gmail nyo)



Step 4: Search nyo lang ang gusto nyong matutunan, for example: cryptocurrency or programming then enter lang



Step 5: Pag tapos nyo i-enter ang topic na gusto nyo, makikita nyo sa left side ay may filter siya, just scroll down lang ng onti at click ang "Price" then "Free"



Ayan, Naka lista na ang mga free courses para sa iyo.



Step 6: Pili ka lang ng gusto mong course na available at click lang ang "enroll now".



Step 7:Press "Start Course" then bibigyan ka ng questions (Hindi naman mahalaga kung sasagutin mo or hindi).
After that pwede mo na umpisahan ang course na gusto mo pag-aralan.





PS: I'm not sure kung nagbibigay sila ng certificate pero karamihan is hindi nag bibigay, kumbaga free content pero no certificate.
Pero I hope na maka tulong sa inyo.
5  Local / Others (Pilipinas) / SEC WARNS AGAINST FORSAGE, RCashOnline and The Saint John on: July 15, 2020, 06:13:40 PM
Ingat-ingat tayo mga kabayan. Nung nabasa ko yung thread ni goaldigger about sa Forage ay may naalala akong 2 pang project na winarningan din ng SEC: RCashOnline, The Saint John. source: http://www.sec.gov.ph/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/2020PressRelease_SEC-warns-against-Forsage-other-schemes.pdf







6  Local / Others (Pilipinas) / Ano ang tingin ninyo dito sa forum? Ano ang opinyon ninyo dito? on: April 27, 2020, 03:40:25 AM
Tanong ko lang sa mga kabayan kong Pinoy dito. Ano ang opinion ninyo sa sinabi ng isang member natin dito sa forum? Kasi napa-isip lang ako.

I remember Polar91 as a participant , as a  Filipino Translator, on one of the campaigns that i managed. This is so sad. I also remember there is a thread na pinipaint na shitposter ang mga Filipino and they are not well versed in English language to communicate and post constructively, hindi ako nag react doon kasi karamihan talaga is ganun, The hate is understandable because some campaigns were abused by mostly alt accounts by Filipino users, Whatever Reasons ang mayroon si Polar91, he can't use that as a license to abuse campaigns. Imagine, may tao na pwede kumita ng extra sa campaigns sana pero yung slot nakuha ng isang alt ni Polar91. Taking opportunities from other people because of greed is an evil thing to do.

Sa Mga pinoy na ang tingin sa bitcointalk ay isang business platform para abusuhin para kumita, Please Stop. Look for a Real Job. Bitcointalk will not always be here for the purpose of bringing money to your own pockets, Sana maintindihan ng kapwa Pinoy natin na there is a possibility that the possible Banning of Philippine Users is in sight. Please reflect and Look for a real Job. Bitcointalk is not a Job. Campaigns are not a job. It is not a JOB. Look for a REAL JOB.

Lahat naman ng bagay ay nawawala. Pero may tanong ako, ano nga ba ang real job?

Ang pag-sali natin sa signature campaigns, hindi paba ito job/part-time job?

Ang translation na ginagawa ng ibang mga pinoy dito, hindi paba ito job/part-time job?
 
Ang mga managers na nag-mamanage ng campaigns nila, hindi paba ito job/part-time job?

Porket kumikita tayo sa "forum", hindi paba ito job/part-time job?

Porket most of the time hobby lang natin ito na ginagawa kung kailan natin gusto or aka part-time job, hindi paba ito job?

Mayroon tayong pang gastos sa mga gusto natin, may pang extra tayong kinikita for emergency or for anything, hindi paba ito job/part-time job?

Porket may opportunity sa harap natin at dahil dito kumikita tayo ng malinis na pera, hindi pa ba ito job?

Porket ba forum ito, hindi na ito job/part-time job kung kumikita naman tayo dito ng malaki and at the same time nagkakaroon tayo ng mga valuable knowledge sa ibang bagay?

Ang part-time job, hindi paba ito real job?

Ano ba talaga ang meaning ng real job?

As far as I know, maraming forums sa internet, hindi lang about cryptocurrency, at maraming tao ang nag-hahanap ng iba't-ibang helpers sa mga iba't-ibang forums. I've been part of a small project na nanggaling sa computer language forum. Hindi ko paba ito masasabing trabaho/job/part-time job?

Masyado naman tayong hypocrite kung sasabihin nating ayaw nating kumita ng pera kahit na sa forum lang, kita naman sa signature ng karamihan ng mga pinoy dito (Not saying si TagaMungkahi to para malinawan ang iba).

Ano ang opinion ninyo dito?
7  Local / Pilipinas / Akyat nanaman sa $6,000 ang Bitcoin! on: March 20, 2020, 12:02:09 AM

Onting update lang tayo. Simula kagabi ng mga bandang 8:00 PM, nagbigay ng senyales ang Bitcoin pataas. Ngayong umaga ay umabot na ito ng $6,000+ at tumataas pa. Maliit na good news ito sa mga investors na nag-invest noong $5,000 pa na katulad ko.

Ano kaya ang dahilan nito? Tapos na kaya ang dumping phase ng mga whales at accumulation phase na ulit tayo? Dahil ba ito sa stock market? Onting discussion tayo mga kabayan kasi puro nalang bad news at coronavirus ang naririnig natin haha.

8  Local / Pilipinas / Correction ba ulit tayo? dahil ba ito sa stock market? o dahil ba ito sa Virus? on: February 27, 2020, 03:25:41 AM
As of now, nasa $8,500 nanaman tayo ulit. Nung nakaraang araw lang ay nasa $10,000 pa tayo. Maraming nagsasabi na dahil daw ito sa stock market crash. Hindi ako masyadong sure pero ang stock market ay down by 3-4%. Ang iba naman ay sinasabing kaya bumababa ang price ng stocks ay dahil daw ito sa coronavirus.

Ano satingin nyo kabayan? Hindi maliit ang binaba natin simula nung first day this month at kung titignan mo, sumabay ang pagbaba ng Bitcoin sa stock market.
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / BSV Supporters! Let's all Unite! Let's all educate newbies. on: January 16, 2020, 02:23:52 AM
GOT EM!

I wonder where are all the BSV shillers and Fanboys at now?  Roll Eyes


I remembered someone saying that newbies should sell there ETH and Buy BSV at the highest peak price. Those who followed, I wonder how they feel right now? You might say anger maybe? regret? sadness? Just imagine how would you feel when you fell into this scam coin. That's why in order to avoid this from happening, we should educate newbies on how big of a scam BSV is.

I invite you all into a thread about Identity theft, one of the worst thing that a person could do. Let's help educate newbies about what is really happening here in the cryptocurrency space. About the ongoing faketoshi and his absurd ongoing crime.

“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” ― Edmund Burke.

Let's educate everyone. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5215128.0

10  Local / Others (Pilipinas) / Fun Fact naman tayo dyan tungkol sa forum! :D on: January 12, 2020, 06:58:59 AM
Alam nyo ba na kapag na reach nyo ang 1337 post count ay biglang magbabago ang inyong post count as "leet"?.


Nagulat ako nung una ko itong nakita dahil ang akala ko may nangyaring bug or may nangyari sa account ko pero wala pala  Grin
Ito pala ay isang meme noon na tinago siguro ni theymos sa mga taong makakakuha ng 1337 post count.

Ano nga ba ang "leet"?

Ang "leet" (1337 or 31337) ay isang titulo na kinuha sa salitang "elite" o mga taong beterano o magaling (pwede ding feeling cool sa modern time). Kilala din ito sa tawag na "leetspeak" na isang lengguwahe na ginagamit sa internet na may iba't-ibang characters, numbers, or symbols (ASCII characters) pero may kahulugang salita or letra (example, "bl4ckm4g3" imbis na "blackmage" or n00b imbis na noob).

Nag originate ito sa bulletin board systems (BBS) noong 1980s kung saan ang pagkakaroon ng "elite" o "leet" na titulo ay mabibigyan ng privilege na ma-access ang iba't-ibang parte ng isang BBS, file folders man ito, games, o mga special chat rooms. Ang "Cult of the Dead Cow" ay isang grupo ng kilalang hacker noong 1980s na pinagmulan ng titulong ito.

During 1980s, ang BBS ang isa sa mga lugar na pinupuntahan ng mga hackers at kadalasan ay doon nila ginagawa o pinag-uusapan ang ibang illegal activities. Ang mga "elites" ng BBS users ay nag imbento ng lengguwahe para ma crypt nila ang kanilang topics or any activities na against sa BBS rules at iyon ang "leetspeak". Ginagamit din nila ito para ma identify ang mga "elites" ng BBS at makapag-invite ng mga bagong myembro.

Sa kasalukuyan, ito ay isa nang meme at madalas itong ginagamit ng mga gamers (lalo na yung mga feeling cool sa internet Cheesy). Isa sa kadalasan nating nakikita noon na leetspeak word ay ang salitang "n00b". Sigurado naman nakita na natin to maski isang beses man lang. Grin

sources:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leet
https://www.howtogeek.com/443390/what-is-leet-speak-and-how-do-you-use-it/
11  Local / Pamilihan / [News] Bumili ng US stocks gamit Bitcoin sa Abra app. Ano say nyo dito? on: January 11, 2020, 05:29:46 PM
"CALIFORNIA-based investment mobile application Abra has launched a new feature allowing users in over 150 countries, including the Philippines, to invest in fractional shares of popular stocks and Exchange Traded Funds in the United States (US) using bitcoins.

Abra started here and in the US three years ago. Initially, it’s an app for investing in cryptocurrencies (Bitcoin, Etherium, Ripple, etc.), and now in stocks listed in Nasdaq.

“We just rolled up the stock investing feature a couple of weeks ago. This is the first time that an app like this has made it super easy for anyone in the Philippines to be able to invest in the US shares, and also invest in what we call ‘fractions of shares’ at the same time,” Abra CEO and Founder Bill Barhydt told reporters during their recent news briefing in Makati City.

He cited that the micro-investment they offer works in such a way that if the share price of Apple, for instance, is $200 apiece, Abra users can actually purchase it for $5 each, the minimum amount of investment per stock."

Full article at - https://businessmirror.com.ph/2019/07/13/abra-offers-filipinos-chance-to-invest-in-us-stocks-using-cryptocurrencies/

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Medyo old na pero ngayon ko lang nalaman na pwede na palang bumili ng stocks ng US gamit ang Bitcoin sa Abra. Medyo interesting ito since meron din silang fractional share na kumpara sa iba na buong P50,000 ang babayaran mo para makabili ng isang stock, pero sa fractional share pwede ka ng makabili ng piraso ng stocks sa halagang P250 lang. Super ganda itong feature lalo na sa mga hindi ganoon kalaki ang capital na gusto mag try ng stock market (For sure madaming pinoy dito yan). Isa pa sa nabasa ko sa article is meron din silang dividend as option which is super good sa mga taong gusto ang passive income.


Hindi ko pa nagamit ang Abra app kaya ngayon ko lang nalaman to at kaya hindi ako masyado sure. Sa mga may experience dyan. Ano masasabi nyo dito? maganda bang gamitin ang Abra sa pag-iinvest sa stock market? Ang laki kasi ng capital barrier kapag sa iba ka mag-ininvest ng stocks.
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Bounty Hunters on: April 17, 2018, 01:02:51 AM
I'm a newbie in this kind of thing and I was wondering how many Bounties are you guys doing at the same time? So far, I can only do 5 bounties. Are you guys doing like 10-20? Thank you Smiley

PS: For those who don't understand what I've said. First I've been in a long hiatus which halted my activities, but now I'm actively participating again. Also, I've only been doing Signature campaign and airdrops this past few months and never engage in Bounty hunting before. This account might be Full member but it doesn't mean I'm adept at bounty hunting Smiley . I noticed that airdrops doesn't give that much profit anymore because most of them doesn't give or just a bunch of scams (if you get lucky, you might find something) which is why I started bounty hunting. Thank you for understanding Smiley  

PSS: Thank you to those who gave tips. I really appreciated your efforst which helped me a lot. Smiley
13  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / True identity of Satoshi Nakamoto is Revealed at last? Read this. on: February 04, 2018, 02:08:49 AM
Note: THIS IS NOT MINE. I JUST WANTED TO SHARE THIS TO KNOW YOUR OPINIONS. THANK YOU

Here is the link to the article: https://medium.com/cryptomuse/the-unmasking-of-bitcoin-creator-satoshi-nakamoto-the-fallout-86102a3c60eb

The Unmasking of Bitcoin Creator Satoshi Nakamoto — The Fallout.
By: Alexander Muse

The NSA knows his real name…
Last year I published a post explaining how the NSA had successfully identified Satoshi Nakamoto — the creator of the world’s most famous blockchain currency — Bitcoin. The story was viewed more than 400,000 times here on Medium and 62% of them actually read it! When I wrote the story I had no idea what sort of “fallout” that was in store for me. It all started when a friend on mine at the Department of Homeland Security told me that the NSA knew the identity of Satoshi Nakamoto — a fascinating story that I decided to share here on Medium. I’ll share the story first and then describe how my life changed as a result.

The Original Story:
As you surely know by now, the ‘creator’ of Bitcoin is the world’s most elusive billionaire. Very few people outside of the Department of Homeland Security know Satoshi’s real name. In fact, DHS will not publicly confirm that even THEY know the billionaire’s identity. Satoshi has taken great care to keep his identity secret employing the latest encryption and obfuscation methods in his communications. Despite these efforts (according to my source at the DHS) Satoshi Nakamoto gave investigators the only tool they needed to find him — his own words.


Using stylometry one is able to compare texts to determine authorship of a particular work.Throughout the years Satoshi wrote thousands of posts and emails and most of which are publicly available. According to my source, the NSA was able to the use the ‘writer invariant’ method of stylometry to compare Satoshi’s ‘known’ writings with trillions of writing samples from people across the globe. By taking Satoshi’s texts and finding the 50 most common words, the NSA was able to break down his text into 5,000 word chunks and analyse each to find the frequency of those 50 words.This would result in a unique 50-number identifier for each chunk. The NSA then placed each of these numbers into a 50-dimensional space and flatten them into a plane using principal components analysis. The result is a ‘fingerprint’ for anything written by Satoshi that could easily be compared to any other writing.


NSA
The NSA then took bulk emails and texts collected from their mass surveillance efforts. First through PRISM (a court-approved front-door access to Google and Yahoo user accounts) and then through MUSCULAR (where the NSA copies the data flows across fiber optic cables that carry information among the data centers of Google, Yahoo, Amazon, and Facebook) the NSA was able to place trillions of writings from more than a billion people in the same plane as Satoshi’s writings to find his true identity. The effort took less than a month and resulted in positive match.

This wasn’t the first time efforts had been made to unearth the identity of Satoshi using stylometry. Various reporters and members of the Bitcoin community have used various open source stylometry tools to attempt to uncover the true identity of Bitcoin’s creator. Their problem? They didn’t have access to trillions of emails from a billion people and they weren’t able to plug them into a supercomputer. The NSA’s proprietary software, bulk email collection ability, and computing power made it possible for them to conclusively identify Satoshi.

But why? Why go to so much trouble to identify Satoshi? My source tells me that the Obama administration was concerned that Satoshi was an agent of Russia or China — that Bitcoin might be weaponized against us in the future.Knowing the source would help the administration understand their motives. As far as I can tell Satoshi hasn’t violated any laws and I have no idea if the NSA determined he was an agent of Russia or China or just a Japanese crypto hacker.


Your words are your fingerprint
The moral of the story? You can’thide on the internet anymore.Your sentence structure and word use is MORE unique than your own fingerprint. If an organization, like the NSA, wants to find you they will.


NSA
Sources: Many readers have asked that I provide third party citations to ‘prove’ the NSA identified Satoshi using stylometry. Unfortunately, I cannot as I haven’t read this anywhere else — hence the reason I wrote this post. I’m not trying to convince the reader of anything, instead my goal is to share the information I received and make the reader aware of the possibility that theNSA can easily determine the authorship of any email through the use of their various sources, methods, and resources.


Identity: Many readers have asked who Satoshi is and I’ve made it clear that information wasn’t shared with me. Based on my conversation I got the impression (never confirmed) that he might have been more than one person. This made me think that perhaps the Obama administration was right that Bitcoin was created by a state actor. One person commented on this post that Satoshi was actually four people. Again, I have no idea.

How to Protect Yourself: There is a project on Github you can join to help create a way to write without fingerprints:https://github.com/psal/anonymouth

The Fallout
Shortly after writing the story one of my friends who happens to work at the DHS began getting strange calls. Evidently readers began searching my LinkedIn profile assuming my “source” was connected to me on the networking site (fortunately they weren’t). Regrettably my friend continues to be harassed by people who assume she was my source — she was not. She has since “unconnected” from me on LinkedIn in an effort to stop the harassment.

Two or three weeks later I was visited by a third-party investigator contracted by the Department of Homeland Security. He left a card on my front door indicating he had a very important matter to discuss with me. After talking to my lawyer he suggested that I speak with him on the phone and not in person. While I’m not legally prohibited from sharing our discussion, I have been advised that it might be smart not to share what we discussed. I haven’t heard anything else from DHS and recently filed a FOIA request so I can learn more about their investigation.


Late last year I began getting strange texts from someone who claimed they were Satoshi Nakamoto. He was talking to the editor of Nicholas Thompson the Editor in Chief of Wired Magazine. As I later learned from Nicholas this guy was the same guy who convinced (at least for a time) the SEC and Tim Draper that he was the REAL Satoshi Nakamoto. According to The Verge:

“When reached for comment for Friday’s article, Draper said simply, “he is a fake.” Draper later elaborated that he had cut ties with the supposed Satoshi when he came to believe the figure was not the real Satoshi Nakamoto. “He had me going for a bit, but his ‘proof’ didn’t check out,” Draper explained. “Satoshi” confirmed that they had parted ways, but says it was he who fired Draper from the project.”
Ultimately, I too decided that I was too busy to determine whether or not Tim was right so I discontinued communication with “Satoshi”.

Of course, not all of the “fallout” was negative. I’ve been approached by a number of crypto-entreprneuers with great business ideas — several of which might end up to be great investments. I also began exploring the launch of something I’m calling the “Blockfund” and conducting a tour to meet Bitcoin/Ethereum owners with wallets worth more than a million dollars. My first stop was Mexico City where I was hosted by a billionaire who has the largest blockchain portfolio in Latin America. More recently I’ve hosted events in Nashville and Atlanta — next week I’ll be in Washington DC.


At the end of the day, I’ve had to stop taking phone calls or accepting voice mail messages. My email is almost unusable with more than 10,000 unread messages at last count. The only way to contact me now is via text — and it is likely I’m going to have to change my number fairly soon. I still don’t know who Satoshi Nakamoto really is — but I believe the NSA does.

14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Coin of the future: DeepOnion on: December 26, 2017, 01:09:24 PM
I posted this in the other thread (Which is here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2473591.msg25713054#msg25713054)  but I will just make my own thread for this Smiley

Let me introduce to you
DeepOnion

This for me will be the future of anonymous transaction. It has safe, fast and secured transaction compared to other coins out there. It has potential because the developers are really putting their time and effort into this coin.

Introduction

DeepOnion is an anonymous cryptocurrency that is natively integrated with the TOR network. We increase the level of privacy for our crypto users to reduce the likelihood of being hacked or attacked by other legal & illegal entities. With DeepOnion, you can send and receive onions (ONION) over the TOR network. With DeepOnion your anonymity is guaranteed, you can send and receive private transactions using the DeepOnion wallet.

Features:

Highly Secured Transactions:

The highly secure wallet is designed to keep your identity safe from government agencies and prying eyes.

Instant Confirmations:

Send and receive instant payments. You no longer have to wait several minutes or hours to receive a payment confirmation.

Secure Wallet:

Download the secure wallet for Windows, Mac or Linux. A paper wallet is also available if needed.

Untraceable Payments:

Send and receive payments anonymously and hide your identity. All transactions are private and sent through the TOR network.

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DeepOnion is proudly listed on the highly secure Cryptopia. You can buy and sell DeepOnion currency with ease.

Free Airdrop:

POW + POS + No ICOs or Crowdfunding means free coin distribution. We're also offering 40 rounds of free airdrops!

Helpful DeepOnion Links:

CLICK THE LINK IN MY SIGNATURE or the link below

Official site: https://deeponion.org/

Official forum: https://deeponion.org/community/

Bitcointalk ANN: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2006010.0

Apply AirDrop: https://deeponion.org/community/apply.php

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TWITTER: https://twitter.com/deeponionx

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Youtube ENG: https://www.youtube.com/deeponion

Credits to DeepOnion and DeepOnion.org
15  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Bitcoin Transaction fees, Is this possible? on: December 13, 2017, 12:08:08 PM
Recently, I had a transaction which is stuck until now because of low fee. What if I do another transaction with high fee, will it speed up both transactions? or just the one with the high fee?
16  Economy / Services / WILLING TO PAY 0.001 BTC FOR SPEEDING MY TRANSACTION on: December 12, 2017, 03:25:06 AM
https://blockchain.info/tx/8015dc76b14b63622b1b127187072266a8ee4b298b7025a1a6a3833b5deb11dc

or atleast get my btc to my wallet 38pxsPKoCSdjiVpUEoDuHChpsFSDZ9y2hL

PM ME AND ONCE IT IS CONFIRMED,  I WILL PAY YOU

I NEED THE MONEY WITHIN X TIME,  SO IF YOU CAN DO THAT,  KINDLY PM ME
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / New promising PoS coins. on: November 24, 2017, 09:15:59 AM
Hello Bitcoiners. I want to know more PoS coin that are new and promising where I could invest to.   Cheesy

I know there's alot of them around the internet but most of those good ones are expensive and need atleast a minimum of 1000 coin to stake.

You could suggest anything that you think are promising.  Grin

Atleast suggest a name and I could manually do a research about it, if you want, you can introduce it here for the community to check out.

Thank you.  Smiley


18  Economy / Services / CHEAP SIGNATURE SPACE FOR RENT // PM ME on: November 13, 2017, 01:37:35 AM
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Since there's not much Signature Campaigns who are accepting member rank. I'm renting my signature space at a very low price starting @ 0.002BTC.

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Example of what I do

Can do a maximum of 10 post a day or minimum of 20 post a week if accepted
[in my last campaign (brickblock), 20 post a week is my minimum.]


Good at english doing minimum of 80 Characters per post.

Will put anything in my space like your services, projects, or anything that you desire.

I mostly post at Economics, Altcoin discussion and Bitcoin discussion.

Not a spammer.

Will sometimes bump your thread and sometimes advertise it.

And much more.


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Escrow Service - We could hire an escrow service or you can pay me directly so we don't have to pay for the escrow service.
Payment first - For members who have negative trust. Will start the signature as soon as I receive the payment.


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Video Editing Service

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Others

PM me If you are interested.



19  Other / Meta / IP ban on: October 23, 2017, 10:59:54 AM
Recently,  I invited a friend of mine to join this forum. After registering and confirming everything, his IP got immediately ban but he never use any VPN at all. So is there anything that he can do to get unban?  I think he doesn't deserve to pay the fee so any help will be appreciated :-)
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / What do you think about Unify? on: September 01, 2017, 12:01:16 AM
I'm interested in this and reading its forum for some time now. What are your thoughts for this coin? Is this coin good for investments?

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