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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / The best AMA service? (This question is directed more to dev teams) on: February 10, 2021, 12:29:57 AM

On Telegram, here on Bitcointalk and on the internet in general, we can find a lot of services offering AMA (Ask Me Anything). However, each service is different from each other and often these differences are very large. I would like to gather information from those who have already used such services and may give (good or bad) feedback about them. (Some word about effect will be also appreciated)
If someone does not want to speak negatively in public, please send me a message on priv.

Thank you!

2  Bitcoin / Electrum / Is it possible to send transaction to few addresses? on: March 07, 2020, 12:19:30 PM

I have the latest version of Electrum wallet.
Is it possible to send one transaction to different addresses with different (or the same) amount of BTC?

Thank you.
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Tokens (Altcoins) / Kepler - future of investment is turning to dust.. on: December 01, 2018, 01:29:44 AM
This thread is just start discussion about wrong investment that can eat your money.

In December 2017 everyone want to make something huge! Same situation is about Kepler.

Sorry to say, but they are just eating investors money, and do nothing!

Stay away!

(It is my private opinion)
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Blackcoin and why it could be really big // Intro to Blackcoin on: March 18, 2014, 08:25:06 PM
Lets be honest, the only thing anyone really cares about is value.

Do you get value out of your coin/currency?

>> Bitcoin <<

The first cryptocurrancy but it has certain drawbacks that many many alts have tried to fill.
Its slow
Blockchain is huge
not truly anonymous
About 5% (actually 11%) inflation right now with mining >> your coins worth less overtime
Few large holders of coins
Massive mining farms can control the price as they can dump or withhold supply as desired.

But it obviously has value.

Most alts have tried to play into the hype that is Bitcoin and Litecoin and varying degrees of success, the last one being Doge. I'm not going into the pump and dump premine coins that are Auroacoin or Spaincoin or whatever flavor it is today.

Enter >> Blackcoin <<

I definitely think everyone needs to take a second look at Blackcoin as it solves the biggest problems bitcoin has.
Blackcoin has:
  • 1% max inflation annually, new coins are only created by PoS.
  • First ever PoS coin to have solved the forking issue (almost 30 days old and no fork)
  • No one person controls more then 2% of the coins
  • First ever Altcoin multipool that will mine everything else and give you Blackcoins bought from the market (live this weekend March 21-22)
  • Less then 75 million coins
  • Fast (less important but its a plus)

Blackcoin is not for anyone in particular. It doesn't have an agenda like the gimmicky specialty coins. It is only designed to create valuable blackcoins.

How does Blackcoin accomplish this?
  • No additional supply being dumped daily on the market, currently there is less then .2(Actually .06) BTC being created daily. For contrast, 500+ BTC is needed to sustain the DOGE price... per day.
  • No large holders manipulating the market.
  • MultiPool that constantly converts alts and even BTC directly into BC value at a calculable rate. Currently tested at 7.5 GH scyrpt and 1.5 TH on SHA256 during the beta on March 14th-16th

The Bottom Line

This is a feedback system without a blowoff valve(aka inflation). I honestly don't know what blackcoin will do at higher market-caps, but I can say it could reach pretty massive heights. I wanted to make this as even people that are trading blackcoin right now don't truly understand what its capable of.

TLDR : Blackcoin will retain whatever value you put into it and grow over time.

EDITED to included corrected inflation numbers

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