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1  Economy / Trading Discussion / How to Overcome and Handle Your Mistakes in Trading? on: June 28, 2020, 02:36:49 PM
Mistakes is inevitable and impossible to avoid but you can use it as motivation to manage it properly especially in investing and doing trade. Most of us specially a newbie sometimes do a mistakes in the beginning and later on they are going to quit because they can't handle it properly.
How to overcome and handle your mistakes?
Trading is not an easy money making job without any fear of losing and wrong trading.
Learn from your mistake- Use it to step forward and don't stack to it.
Focus on your mistakes- If you're worried about your mistakes,what will you do to avoid it?Focus on what you've done and you'll be taking a
                                    productive action.
Risk Management- A trader must be a risk taker and with positive mindset.But a trader might be so highly focused on making profit and they don't
                                    realize that they might lose also. Always accept your loses and learn to avoid it next time.
Trading Education- If you learn a basic of trading and develop a reliable trader skills,you will not afraid of having mistakes,instead it will be a lesson
                                    for you to improve and to develop another trading strategy to earn profit and avoid loses.
In trading or investing,you should have an ability to convert your mistakes into learning and development in order to become a successful trader and investor in crypto space.

Additional(EDIT): Those who have experience on how you become successful in trading after some mistakes ,kindly tell your story here so that those who can read will be encourage and learn from different experience and could gain knowledge that they can be use also or apply on their life as a trader.Thankyou Smiley
2  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / There Are Now More Than 8,000 Bitcoin ATM's Worldwide on: June 17, 2020, 01:00:58 PM

The number of crypto ATM's worldwide has grown to more than 8,000 just a month after passing the 7,000 mark in March.
According to the monitoring resource coinATMradar, there are currently 8,208 ATM's in 73 countries allowing users to buy and sell Bitcoin and Altcoins for Cash. More than 6,000 of them are in the United States.
https://cointelegraph.com/news/there-are-now-more-than-8-000-bitcoin-atms-worldwide

It makes people to have a convenient bitcoin transaction for those who are nearby ATM's machine.
It shows continued growth of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency. The mass adoption for bitcoin will surely increase and someday many people now without knowledge in bitcoin will engage in cryptocurrency because as time passed,bitcoin became more and more popular and recognizable.
3  Economy / Economics / Current Food Shortage and Economic Decline Caused by Pandemic on: June 16, 2020, 12:18:52 PM
As a matter of fact,we are currently experiencing the result of the Covid-19 pandemic through out the world.
There are so many people who are suffering and because most of the people are now unemployed because of many companies either closed or lessen their workers, the lives of the people getting worst.
      Lack of foods and other personal necessities.
      Lack of finances.
      Lack of transportation because of quarantine.
Those are the major problems we are now still facing while the pandemic continue spreading because there is no cure for this virus until now.

What will be the solution for this?
How we can help our government on this current circumstances?
Does bitcoin or any digital currency could help?
4  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Higher demand,limited supply on: December 10, 2017, 06:45:26 AM
           There is only a 21 million fixed supply of bitcoin,and 6 million  are remaining available to mine.
           Why there is a limited supply of bitcoin while the demand is so high?
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