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1  Other / Beginners & Help / How to get free merit! ANSWER! on: July 21, 2018, 10:03:13 AM
Everyone now in the forum specially low ranked users has only one target: how can I get free merit points, I have the solution for you!
1 - learn how to use the text formatting functionality to make your post look better and easier to read.
2 - try to read posts before relying so you don't repeat something already said
3 - improve your English or just stay in your local board
4 - try to avoid participating in signature campaigns because this is the big issue in this forum and the reason of the low quality posts nowadays
5 - posting relevant comments/topics in hot forums increases your chances of getting merited. If you find a hot coin in example, great posts about that particular coin will increase your chances of getting merited.
6 - try to create new meaningful topics with high quality. And remember to reply to your thread to keep it active, but do not spam!
And a final advice:
- Do not buy merit points from other users. That will make you risk getting banned.
If you're here to make money then there is millions of opportunities and ideas in this forum that should help you, not only signature campaigns.
Anyway I advice you to forget about getting something free here, every thing has a price, even this post has a price, his price is my time.
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / ICO spreadsheets! on: July 19, 2018, 06:35:38 PM
Hi, I found ICO spreadsheets, where you can look ICO rating and understand where to invest!

1. lendex0
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vScEz0nAEoBr9a7aJ5qKEsdIzORuycAzWjDpSwCa-jHnNLpyXyrzwv2_1l69gfLEutLIY4XVLmQklMV/pubhtml#

2. coin bloq
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1BJVPSl6DuMD96OlR5QSUw06qhkfMYsqwtqbz4Ry_rrQ/edit#gid=145457711

3. gobone
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1N8mI7JNIl1ZpAFebr0EkURoV0w1UQbDvB-FZ2qdISgs/edit#gid=0

4. ohheymatty
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1dQ0qMsV--Lso6EblkMY-Qs475U1awwY8Z4pgNfrWrFg/htmlview?usp=sharing&sle=true

5. zaz
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1O9l9IfMHju3MKsE6WVuQ4N3RETl-ewaxM9s0s5Znikk/edit#gid=1416130262

6. kript keeper
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1F60DrtAbBlBE_NHqbJNnHKN2cP830dB9sf3Obbj0n5k/edit#gid=1478142616

7. monoico
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1xVD9itOY_elQK6Gmknk_GD6siF4IQAxL1JOxC3UBslc/edit#gid=0

8. black dragon
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1j2cRIVgZ4u3VRimID-ni28FhEoM-ifSQ0R5pnfEFldU/edit#gid=1038996738

9. konawi cikota
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/u/1/d/e/2PACX-1vSirXU2qrpo4ypztHPTRrQegPGxYD8FP1aS3czUnX9BnJ4bIp0prNQMicOrhlGDsUByFb4ONv-ksu4Y/pubhtml#

10. two commas
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1d-rmuXPPdb_47i0WwD1KhPLg3goMRT1A3S1veOVjreE/htmlview?sle=true#

11. shin chan
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vR0Nmac6JVHL9ResrXQ-0RaUCXj4Y3MqCORti9_9NGoEupMepr2xGaZTniB0qpdJPWI3v8q2h7n5ivX/pubhtml#

12. Cryptodiffer
https://cryptodiffer.com/
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / ICO spreadsheets! on: July 17, 2018, 04:51:06 PM
Hi, I found ICO spreadsheets, where you can look ICO rating and understand where to invest!

1. lendex0
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vScEz0nAEoBr9a7aJ5qKEsdIzORuycAzWjDpSwCa-jHnNLpyXyrzwv2_1l69gfLEutLIY4XVLmQklMV/pubhtml#

2. coin bloq
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1BJVPSl6DuMD96OlR5QSUw06qhkfMYsqwtqbz4Ry_rrQ/edit#gid=145457711

3. gobone
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1N8mI7JNIl1ZpAFebr0EkURoV0w1UQbDvB-FZ2qdISgs/edit#gid=0

4. ohheymatty
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1dQ0qMsV--Lso6EblkMY-Qs475U1awwY8Z4pgNfrWrFg/htmlview?usp=sharing&sle=true

5. zaz
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1O9l9IfMHju3MKsE6WVuQ4N3RETl-ewaxM9s0s5Znikk/edit#gid=1416130262

6. kript keeper
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1F60DrtAbBlBE_NHqbJNnHKN2cP830dB9sf3Obbj0n5k/edit#gid=1478142616

7. monoico
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1xVD9itOY_elQK6Gmknk_GD6siF4IQAxL1JOxC3UBslc/edit#gid=0

8. black dragon
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1j2cRIVgZ4u3VRimID-ni28FhEoM-ifSQ0R5pnfEFldU/edit#gid=1038996738

9. konawi cikota
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/u/1/d/e/2PACX-1vSirXU2qrpo4ypztHPTRrQegPGxYD8FP1aS3czUnX9BnJ4bIp0prNQMicOrhlGDsUByFb4ONv-ksu4Y/pubhtml#

10. two commas
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1d-rmuXPPdb_47i0WwD1KhPLg3goMRT1A3S1veOVjreE/htmlview?sle=true#

11. shin chan
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vR0Nmac6JVHL9ResrXQ-0RaUCXj4Y3MqCORti9_9NGoEupMepr2xGaZTniB0qpdJPWI3v8q2h7n5ivX/pubhtml#

12. Cryptodiffer
https://cryptodiffer.com/
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / ICO spreadsheets! If u dont know how to find a good ICO and choose bounty! on: July 17, 2018, 03:47:47 AM
Hi, I found ICO spreadsheets, where you can look ICO rating and understand where to invest!

1. lendex0
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vScEz0nAEoBr9a7aJ5qKEsdIzORuycAzWjDpSwCa-jHnNLpyXyrzwv2_1l69gfLEutLIY4XVLmQklMV/pubhtml#

2. coin bloq
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1BJVPSl6DuMD96OlR5QSUw06qhkfMYsqwtqbz4Ry_rrQ/edit#gid=145457711

3. gobone
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1N8mI7JNIl1ZpAFebr0EkURoV0w1UQbDvB-FZ2qdISgs/edit#gid=0

4. ohheymatty
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1dQ0qMsV--Lso6EblkMY-Qs475U1awwY8Z4pgNfrWrFg/htmlview?usp=sharing&sle=true

5. zaz
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1O9l9IfMHju3MKsE6WVuQ4N3RETl-ewaxM9s0s5Znikk/edit#gid=1416130262

6. kript keeper
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1F60DrtAbBlBE_NHqbJNnHKN2cP830dB9sf3Obbj0n5k/edit#gid=1478142616

7. monoico
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1xVD9itOY_elQK6Gmknk_GD6siF4IQAxL1JOxC3UBslc/edit#gid=0

8. black dragon
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1j2cRIVgZ4u3VRimID-ni28FhEoM-ifSQ0R5pnfEFldU/edit#gid=1038996738

9. konawi cikota
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/u/1/d/e/2PACX-1vSirXU2qrpo4ypztHPTRrQegPGxYD8FP1aS3czUnX9BnJ4bIp0prNQMicOrhlGDsUByFb4ONv-ksu4Y/pubhtml#

10. two commas
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1d-rmuXPPdb_47i0WwD1KhPLg3goMRT1A3S1veOVjreE/htmlview?sle=true#

11. shin chan
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vR0Nmac6JVHL9ResrXQ-0RaUCXj4Y3MqCORti9_9NGoEupMepr2xGaZTniB0qpdJPWI3v8q2h7n5ivX/pubhtml#

12. Cryptodiffer
https://cryptodiffer.com/
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Bounties (Altcoins) / If u dont know how to find a good ICO and choose bounty! on: July 15, 2018, 11:27:32 AM
Hi, I found ICO spreadsheets, where you can look ICO rating and understand where to invest!

1. lendex0
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vScEz0nAEoBr9a7aJ5qKEsdIzORuycAzWjDpSwCa-jHnNLpyXyrzwv2_1l69gfLEutLIY4XVLmQklMV/pubhtml#

2. coin bloq
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1BJVPSl6DuMD96OlR5QSUw06qhkfMYsqwtqbz4Ry_rrQ/edit#gid=145457711

3. gobone
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1N8mI7JNIl1ZpAFebr0EkURoV0w1UQbDvB-FZ2qdISgs/edit#gid=0

4. ohheymatty
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1dQ0qMsV--Lso6EblkMY-Qs475U1awwY8Z4pgNfrWrFg/htmlview?usp=sharing&sle=true

5. zaz
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1O9l9IfMHju3MKsE6WVuQ4N3RETl-ewaxM9s0s5Znikk/edit#gid=1416130262

6. kript keeper
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1F60DrtAbBlBE_NHqbJNnHKN2cP830dB9sf3Obbj0n5k/edit#gid=1478142616

7. monoico
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1xVD9itOY_elQK6Gmknk_GD6siF4IQAxL1JOxC3UBslc/edit#gid=0

8. black dragon
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1j2cRIVgZ4u3VRimID-ni28FhEoM-ifSQ0R5pnfEFldU/edit#gid=1038996738

9. konawi cikota
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/u/1/d/e/2PACX-1vSirXU2qrpo4ypztHPTRrQegPGxYD8FP1aS3czUnX9BnJ4bIp0prNQMicOrhlGDsUByFb4ONv-ksu4Y/pubhtml#

10. two commas
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1d-rmuXPPdb_47i0WwD1KhPLg3goMRT1A3S1veOVjreE/htmlview?sle=true#

11. shin chan
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vR0Nmac6JVHL9ResrXQ-0RaUCXj4Y3MqCORti9_9NGoEupMepr2xGaZTniB0qpdJPWI3v8q2h7n5ivX/pubhtml#

12. Cryptodiffer
https://cryptodiffer.com/

6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / If u dont know how to find a good ICO and choose bounty! on: July 15, 2018, 11:22:52 AM
Hi, I found ICO spreadsheets, where you can look ICO rating and understand where to invest!

1. lendex0
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vScEz0nAEoBr9a7aJ5qKEsdIzORuycAzWjDpSwCa-jHnNLpyXyrzwv2_1l69gfLEutLIY4XVLmQklMV/pubhtml#

2. coin bloq
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1BJVPSl6DuMD96OlR5QSUw06qhkfMYsqwtqbz4Ry_rrQ/edit#gid=145457711

3. gobone
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1N8mI7JNIl1ZpAFebr0EkURoV0w1UQbDvB-FZ2qdISgs/edit#gid=0

4. ohheymatty
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1dQ0qMsV--Lso6EblkMY-Qs475U1awwY8Z4pgNfrWrFg/htmlview?usp=sharing&sle=true

5. zaz
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1O9l9IfMHju3MKsE6WVuQ4N3RETl-ewaxM9s0s5Znikk/edit#gid=1416130262

6. kript keeper
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1F60DrtAbBlBE_NHqbJNnHKN2cP830dB9sf3Obbj0n5k/edit#gid=1478142616

7. monoico
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1xVD9itOY_elQK6Gmknk_GD6siF4IQAxL1JOxC3UBslc/edit#gid=0

8. black dragon
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1j2cRIVgZ4u3VRimID-ni28FhEoM-ifSQ0R5pnfEFldU/edit#gid=1038996738

9. konawi cikota
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/u/1/d/e/2PACX-1vSirXU2qrpo4ypztHPTRrQegPGxYD8FP1aS3czUnX9BnJ4bIp0prNQMicOrhlGDsUByFb4ONv-ksu4Y/pubhtml#

10. two commas
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1d-rmuXPPdb_47i0WwD1KhPLg3goMRT1A3S1veOVjreE/htmlview?sle=true#

11. shin chan
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vR0Nmac6JVHL9ResrXQ-0RaUCXj4Y3MqCORti9_9NGoEupMepr2xGaZTniB0qpdJPWI3v8q2h7n5ivX/pubhtml#

12. Cryptodiffer
https://cryptodiffer.com/

Now we can say Thank You by sharing some Merits ! (you are NOT loosing any Merit of your own when you are giving away sMerits)
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Where to invest? How to choose the right ICO? Answer is here! on: July 08, 2018, 04:48:38 PM
Hi, I found ICO spreadsheet, where you can look ICO rating and understand where to invest!

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/12bJmLfCf02VIrBg4DPrTeR_hqGE6V5dorgMglPUOwSA/edit#gid=0

Now we can say Thank You by sharing some Merits ! (you are NOT loosing any Merit of your own when you are giving away sMerits)
8  Economy / Economics / Where to invest? How to choose the right ICO? Answer is here! on: July 08, 2018, 04:47:07 PM
Hi, I found ICO spreadsheet, where you can look ICO rating and understand where to invest!

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/12bJmLfCf02VIrBg4DPrTeR_hqGE6V5dorgMglPUOwSA/edit#gid=0

Now we can say Thank You by sharing some Merits ! (you are NOT loosing any Merit of your own when you are giving away sMerits)
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Growth of the cryptocurrency after adding to the exchanges! on: June 24, 2018, 10:54:11 AM
Is there always an increase in price?
As a rule, yes. But there are exceptions.
There are two cases when the news about adding crypto currency to the list of known exchanges negatively affects its market value:
Invalid information guides. They're fake. Sometimes even the most seemingly conscientious developers use them to warm up interest in their crypto currency. For example, the same ZCash was actively growing on the background of news about adding to Bithumb. And when in the specified terms the crypto currency was not included in the listing of the top exchange, its price fell sharply. Investor confidence in the project was shaken, and they began to massively drain the assets. However, after a while the coin still went to Bithumb and made up for lost ground. But experts say that reputation losses still affect the ZCash market value chart. There are too many sharp jumps and similar sharp kickbacks on it. It also happens that the information guide is anything unconfirmed by hearing. For example, last year the network had information on adding Ripple crypto currency to the Coinbase exchange. The news instantly raised the coin price by 15%. However, after the official refutation of the developers, it also sharply went down.
Exit to the exchange immediately after the completion of the ICO. Quite often, investors who bought tokens during the ICO are interested not in the development of the proposed technology, but in the quick earnings at the price of the asset after its appearance on the exchanges. As a rule, after reaching the trading floors, prospective tokens grow in price, because they are bought by investors who did not participate in the presley. But at the same time, the holders of tokens start to actively drain them, which leads to a decrease in the market value of the crypto currency. A striking example: in the autumn of last year, the Kyber Network token appeared on the Binance exchange. First they traded at $ 2.5 each, but because of the massive plum after ICO, the value of the coin just about halved a day, and fell below one dollar in a couple of weeks.
Investors who decided to make money on the effects of exchanges need to know one more important nuance - take-off always has a short-term character.
After a sharp jump in the rate, there is always a correction - this is the law of any currency market. And the more the price of crypto currency increased after it appeared on the exchange, the more it will fall during the correction.
Nevertheless, you can really make money on this effect. The main thing is to do it right.
Have you ever managed to earn this way?
10  Economy / Economics / Growth of the cryptocurrency after adding to the exchanges! on: June 24, 2018, 01:25:59 AM
Is there always an increase in price?
As a rule, yes. But there are exceptions.
There are two cases when the news about adding crypto currency to the list of known exchanges negatively affects its market value:
  • Invalid information guides. They're fake. Sometimes even the most seemingly conscientious developers use them to warm up interest in their crypto currency. For example, the same ZCash was actively growing on the background of news about adding to Bithumb. And when in the specified terms the crypto currency was not included in the listing of the top exchange, its price fell sharply. Investor confidence in the project was shaken, and they began to massively drain the assets. However, after a while the coin still went to Bithumb and made up for lost ground. But experts say that reputation losses still affect the ZCash market value chart. There are too many sharp jumps and similar sharp kickbacks on it. It also happens that the information guide is anything unconfirmed by hearing. For example, last year the network had information on adding Ripple crypto currency to the Coinbase exchange. The news instantly raised the coin price by 15%. However, after the official refutation of the developers, it also sharply went down.
  • Exit to the exchange immediately after the completion of the ICO. Quite often, investors who bought tokens during the ICO are interested not in the development of the proposed technology, but in the quick earnings at the price of the asset after its appearance on the exchanges. As a rule, after reaching the trading floors, prospective tokens grow in price, because they are bought by investors who did not participate in the presley. But at the same time, the holders of tokens start to actively drain them, which leads to a decrease in the market value of the crypto currency. A striking example: in the autumn of last year, the Kyber Network token appeared on the Binance exchange. First they traded at $ 2.5 each, but because of the massive plum after ICO, the value of the coin just about halved a day, and fell below one dollar in a couple of weeks.
Investors who decided to make money on the effects of exchanges need to know one more important nuance - take-off always has a short-term character.
After a sharp jump in the rate, there is always a correction - this is the law of any currency market. And the more the price of crypto currency increased after it appeared on the exchange, the more it will fall during the correction.
Nevertheless, you can really make money on this effect. The main thing is to do it right.
Have you ever managed to earn this way?
11  Economy / Economics / Tax on the crypto currency! What do you think? on: June 23, 2018, 01:47:15 PM
There are several tax options today, and all of them can be applied to crypto-currencies, depending on how the latter are defined in the state. Most often, the following taxes are introduced:
  • Value Added Tax (VAT). It can be levied by trade operations made with the help of crypto currency as a means of payment, as well as currency exchange. Basically - the exchange of crypto currency for fiat money, but in theory VAT can be levied on the exchange of crypto currency between each other. It operates mainly in those countries where crypto-currencies are recognized as a payment instrument, for example, in Japan. When buying goods and services for cryptocurrensies, VAT will also have to be paid to the residents of the UK, but they can exchange the crypto-currencies for fiat without paying VAT.
  • Tax on goods and services. A kind of analogue of VAT for those countries that have recognized crypto-currencies are not a means of payment, but a commodity. Acts on the same principle as VAT. Only in the case of VAT, the taxpayer is in fact a buyer, and in the case of a tax on goods and services, a supplier of goods and services, in this case a holder of a crypto currency. He has been working in Singapore for several years. At the beginning of this year, a similar system was adopted by Israel with respect to the mining, which was equated with the production of goods.
  • Personal income tax. Personal incomes in crypto-currencies are taxed, for example, the salary paid by the employer in bitcoins. Implemented, for example, in the US.
  • Profits tax. They are subject to any companies that make a profit. Also, they are subject to profits earned as a result of trading on the exchange and the performance of other currency transactions. In the cryptosphere, this system is used specifically to tax the crypto traders and various crypto-currency organizations (from the exchange of crypto-currencies to the pools for mining). Mining may also be subject to profit tax. In the US, for example, take into account the profit from crypto-activity in the tax declaration will have to be traders and miners, and all people who somehow earn on crypto-currencies as a result of speculation. The same tax is levied on all crypto-currency transactions made by legal entities in Australia and Japan.
  • Capital gains tax. They are subject to income of individuals and legal entities obtained as a result of investing in shares, bonds, securities, valuable assets and so on. In the cryptosphere, it starts acting as soon as the crypto-currencies are equated to valuable assets. Not only investors fall in, but all holders are also crypto currency. This system is implemented in the US, where it matters how long the holders of crypto currency keep them and in what quantity. He also works in Australia, Brazil, Canada and in many EU countries - Bulgaria, Finland, Germany, Spain and others.
  • Property tax. For the cryptosphere, it becomes important when the crypto-currencies are recognized as property, a valuable asset that is owned. As soon as such an amendment is made, the holder of the crypto currency is required to notify the tax service of all transactions concluded with this asset. Such an amendment was introduced in the US tax legislation, where the crypto-currencies in this case are presented as a valuable asset, and in Australia, where they are recognized as property.
What do you think about the taxation of cryptocurrencies? Which model fits best?
12  Economy / Economics / Do you remember Bitconnect? I lost 3500 dollars in this pyramid! on: June 17, 2018, 05:46:36 PM
Hi, let's remember bitconnect!
This was the most popular cryptocurrency pyramid, in which many lost their money. So, I'm one of them.
I was a fool and I believed that I could make a lot of money. In the end, I lost all my money.
I wonder how many such fools like me? Are there people who have earned on this?
13  Economy / Marketplace / Do you remember Bitconnect? I lost 3500 dollars in this pyramid! on: June 17, 2018, 12:46:16 PM
Hi, let's remember bitconnect!
This was the most popular cryptocurrency pyramid, in which many lost their money. So, I'm one of them.
I was a fool and I believed that I could make a lot of money. In the end, I lost all my money.
I wonder how many such fools like me? Are there people who have earned on this?
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Technical or fundamental analysis: what is the best choice? on: June 06, 2018, 04:30:50 AM
Technical analysis is very practical, accurate in the short term and convenient in terms of selecting points for entering the market. He does not require any complex skills and specific skills.

However, technical analysis is limited by its own postulates and often does not "notice" the undervalued crypto-currencies that would quickly reveal a fundamental analysis

The fundamental analysis is more labor-intensive and complex, less accessible to novice investors, but the most effective for long-term investment. These types of analysis are so different that the best solution seems to be using both of them. This is exactly what experienced traders advise to do.

The ideal scheme for analyzing the crypto-currency market includes both technical and fundamental analysis. With the help of fundamental analysis, the investor can select the most promising coins and make a decision on the allocation of investments. A technical analysis will help him choose the optimal time taking profit.

You can also act in the reverse order. For example, use technical analysis to find the crypto currency in an uptrend, and then check with a fundamental analysis whether there are objective reasons for its growth.

The combination of shadow and fundamental analysis plays into the hands of both traders who are interested in quick earnings on high volatility of the crypto currency, and portfolio investors who form deposits for long periods.

However, only those who already have experience with crypto-currencies will be able to use them correctly. If the basics of technical analysis can be learned even on YouTube videos, then fundamental analysis for beginners is generally not available.

For starters, you just need to read analytical summaries, take part in discussions at thematic forums such as www.bitcointalk.org and raise your level with all available training materials.

What do you prefer: technical or fundamental analysis?
15  Economy / Trading Discussion / Technical or fundamental analysis: what is the best choice? on: June 04, 2018, 05:49:28 PM
Technical analysis is very practical, accurate in the short term and convenient in terms of selecting points for entering the market. He does not require any complex skills and specific skills.

However, technical analysis is limited by its own postulates and often does not "notice" the undervalued crypto-currencies that would quickly reveal a fundamental analysis

The fundamental analysis is more labor-intensive and complex, less accessible to novice investors, but the most effective for long-term investment. These types of analysis are so different that the best solution seems to be using both of them. This is exactly what experienced traders advise to do.

The ideal scheme for analyzing the crypto-currency market includes both technical and fundamental analysis. With the help of fundamental analysis, the investor can select the most promising coins and make a decision on the allocation of investments. A technical analysis will help him choose the optimal time taking profit.

You can also act in the reverse order. For example, use technical analysis to find the crypto currency in an uptrend, and then check with a fundamental analysis whether there are objective reasons for its growth.

The combination of shadow and fundamental analysis plays into the hands of both traders who are interested in quick earnings on high volatility of the crypto currency, and portfolio investors who form deposits for long periods.

However, only those who already have experience with crypto-currencies will be able to use them correctly. If the basics of technical analysis can be learned even on YouTube videos, then fundamental analysis for beginners is generally not available.

For starters, you just need to read analytical summaries, take part in discussions at thematic forums such as www.bitcointalk.org and raise your level with all available training materials.

What do you prefer: technical or fundamental analysis?
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Why are you interested in cryptocurrency? on: June 04, 2018, 08:56:00 AM
Personally, I started to be interested in crypto currency because of its idea and technology, but now I'm more trying to make money with the help of it.
So, why are you interested in cryptocurrency?
I think it's the good topic for discussion!
17  Economy / Marketplace / Bitcoin - a financial pyramid: true or myth? on: May 31, 2018, 04:15:26 PM
If we talk about crypto-currencies in general, it will be more correct to immediately split bitcoin and all other crypto-currencies, the so-called altcoyins.

So, it can not be denied that many ICOs today are forms of financial pyramids.

However, this does not mean that absolutely all alternative crypto-currencies are a fraud. Some altcoyins have a very clear and transparent pricing model. And in fact today, in my opinion, such crypto-currencies as Ether, Dash, Ripple, Litecoin, NEM, Monero and others really create value, and their price is due not only to pure speculation.

As for bitcoin, the fantastic increase in its value in recent times, of course, does not cease to excite the minds of critics, but in reality it's quite simple with him.

The first and most obvious difference between bitcoin and the financial pyramid is that there is no central beneficiary. Theoretically, of course, there are very old wallets with a very large number of bitcoins, which in some sense can be considered such a beneficiary. However, there was no official central beneficiary, and without its presence the pyramid does not make sense.

The second important difference is in bitcoin with the growth of the user base and with the growth of downloaded money, the value grows, because in any economic system this value is directly related to the number of participants in this system. Moreover, given the fact that the volume of the economy is always proportional to the square of the number of participants, and not to the number itself, the value of bitcoin grows much faster than the user base grows, and it is not necessary to talk about inflating a bubble.

And, at last, one more factor is that at bitcoin there are no obligations to anyone. That is, bitcoin never promised anything to anyone, so bitcoin as a pyramid, in general, can not collapse. Bitcoin is only a financial protocol for making, validating and storing information about transactions among network members. The bitcoin code is publicly available, each participant can explore the logic of the entire network, and some participants can not just grab the bitcoins of other participants.

Given all of the above, I can conclude that bitcoin does not fall under the definition of the financial pyramid.

What do u think about what do you think about my thoughts? Do u agree that bitcoin is not a financial pyramid?
18  Economy / Economics / Bitcoin - a financial pyramid: true or myth? on: May 31, 2018, 01:48:53 PM
If we talk about crypto-currencies in general, it will be more correct to immediately split bitcoin and all other crypto-currencies, the so-called altcoyins.

So, it can not be denied that many ICOs today are forms of financial pyramids.

However, this does not mean that absolutely all alternative crypto-currencies are a fraud. Some altcoyins have a very clear and transparent pricing model. And in fact today, in my opinion, such crypto-currencies as Ether, Dash, Ripple, Litecoin, NEM, Monero and others really create value, and their price is due not only to pure speculation.

As for bitcoin, the fantastic increase in its value in recent times, of course, does not cease to excite the minds of critics, but in reality it's quite simple with him.

The first and most obvious difference between bitcoin and the financial pyramid is that there is no central beneficiary. Theoretically, of course, there are very old wallets with a very large number of bitcoins, which in some sense can be considered such a beneficiary. However, there was no official central beneficiary, and without its presence the pyramid does not make sense.

The second important difference is in bitcoin with the growth of the user base and with the growth of downloaded money, the value grows, because in any economic system this value is directly related to the number of participants in this system. Moreover, given the fact that the volume of the economy is always proportional to the square of the number of participants, and not to the number itself, the value of bitcoin grows much faster than the user base grows, and it is not necessary to talk about inflating a bubble.

And, at last, one more factor is that at bitcoin there are no obligations to anyone. That is, bitcoin never promised anything to anyone, so bitcoin as a pyramid, in general, can not collapse. Bitcoin is only a financial protocol for making, validating and storing information about transactions among network members. The bitcoin code is publicly available, each participant can explore the logic of the entire network, and some participants can not just grab the bitcoins of other participants.

Given all of the above, I can conclude that bitcoin does not fall under the definition of the financial pyramid.

What do u think about what do you think about my thoughts? Do u agree that bitcoin is not a financial pyramid?
19  Economy / Trading Discussion / I lost 10000$ in trading, what should I do? on: May 16, 2018, 08:23:20 AM
Hi, I am a crypto-hamster and bought bitcoin when it cost 17,000 and decided to trade on the Bitfinex exchange withe margin.
In this business I was not experienced, so I followed the advice of different traders and their signals.
In the end I lost 10 thousand dollars when bitcoin fell to 6k , but it was money that I was ready to lose, i.e. free.
Now I do not have the desire to trade, but I want to earn money on crypto currency, because it's interesting and I believe that the future is for the crypto currency.
Now I want to try to make money on bounty programs.
And I want to ask you advice in this difficult matter. Where to start, and is it profitable at all?
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Cryptocurrency is unsupported: is it true or is it a myth? on: May 12, 2018, 06:06:09 PM
Perhaps, the most long-running discussion in the context of the crypto-currency market is a discussion about what the crypto-currencies are supported.

Like, traditional currencies are officially supported by whole states with different sectors of the economy, and the crypto-currencies are not backed up and therefore can not be seriously considered anything at least remotely comparable to traditional currencies.

In fact, the situation is somewhat different. First of all, the crypto-currencies are backed up by the US dollar, no matter how strange it may sound.

Let's figure it out. What gives a huge number of people the belief that it makes sense to hold the American dollar or, for example, the euro? Understanding that this currency is stable and for the preservation of its value is the responsibility of the state, interested through this currency to receive income in the form of taxes, etc.

On the crypto-currency market, the situation looks somewhat different.

Of course, there is no state here that is responsible for the preservation of value. But in traditional currencies, objectively speaking, no state guarantees that the national currency will be stable and will not fall in price. Moreover, we never talk about the fact that this currency will grow in value or in some other way develop and strengthen its positions.

The same in crypto-currencies. There are no guarantees and obligations from a certain central authority, but there is a collective interest and financial motivation regarding the viability of the currency. In the crypto-currency market, this financial motivation is present among those who invest in them, and those who are engaged in mining.

If the dollar is based on the interest of the US state to make money, bitcoin is based on the interest of investors and miners to make money.

the key difference in this case is only that the state has regulatory instruments that do not allow the market to spontaneously weaken the exchange rate of the national currency. And in the case of the crypto currency, there is no such regulation and, in this connection, supply and demand can grow very disproportionately, leading to significant fluctuations in the exchange rate.

Thus, crypto-currencies are supported by the desire of many invested in this market to earn people, and it is not just about private investors.

A huge number of companies have already invested tens of billions of dollars both directly in the crypto-currencies, and in the development of the accompanying market infrastructure.

And it is these investments, taking the form of huge mining farms, factories for the production of equipment, institutional investment funds, the largest exchanges and much more, generate interest in the development of the crypto-currency market comparable in strength to the interest of the state in obtaining income through national currencies.

And at this stage, it is this interest that is the main guarantee that tomorrow the crypto-currencies will not suddenly disappear, and the rapid growth of crypto-economy will not stop there.
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