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1  Other / Politics & Society / Choose Wisely on: April 27, 2022, 01:45:07 AM
Breakfast/ Dinner with Elon Musk or 10BTC ?
 10Btc yes! yes! yes!
2  Other / Beginners & Help / What are the difference ? on: February 18, 2022, 01:57:30 PM
Bitcoin and Bitcoin cash ?
I'm a bit confused now!
3  Other / Politics & Society / Vaccine Passports on: February 07, 2022, 11:39:07 PM
Are you a fan of this passports for vaccination ?
What are the good and bad sides of it ?
Folk's seems not to be much of a big fan to this, how much more should they be in the comfort of their homes as a result of Covid ?
I think coming together can be the best way to stop the government, and them selfish plans.

What you think bout this!
4  Other / Serious discussion / What has football taught you ? on: October 23, 2021, 04:30:20 PM
Loving football and playing from a much tender age to this extent, I just had a quick view of my past in football of the pitch and on the pitch, a little of what I have observe and learnt from football are viz;
•To believe in myself.
•Humility.
•To be patient,while trying to hunt down my goals.
•Not to give up in life,that's why we have two halves first half and second half,so as to give a second trail.
•Taught me team work and cooperation.
•Not to be selfish,while trying to get my goals.
A whole lot to say, majority are football lovers and have that which over time they have got to learn,what are viz ?
5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Advice: 1 BTC on: October 13, 2021, 12:30:30 PM
This might be more personal as well confidential to we all, but if you're to share your thoughts or advice one on how to spend he's/her 1btc what would that be ?
Estate management ?
More in Bitcoin ?
Investment in the Stock market ?
Maybe your ideas might or will be helpful.
6  Other / Beginners & Help / Your thoughts about Bitcoin in years to come on: October 11, 2021, 04:35:38 PM
I am new to the Bitcoin but I am having a conviction that Bitcoin is going to rule the world very soon seeing the may people are approaching Bitcoin every single day to invest in it. I may not be correct now but I know some day every nations of the world will dump the paper money and go for something better like the Blockchain world in running business  and everything.

Bitcoin and the Blockchain interface is changing the world entirely into a better cycle that will reduce stress we do undergo in bank when we need our money. The library, market, store, Fast food, transactions are now turning into digital which will help the Blockchain and the Bitcoin market to spike more than what we are seeing now.

What will life after the dump of fiat looks like?
What is your prospect about Bitcoin in the next century?


7  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / The Future on: October 05, 2021, 08:08:23 AM
Being engrossed in the present, I think a lot have failed and refused to envisaged, or envision the future such as viz ;

•Bitcoin replacing Banks.
•Robotics replacing Man-power.
•Uber replacing Taxi's.
•Amazon replacing Bookstores.
•AirBnB replacing Hotels.
I feel they simply don't like all of this and are intimidated by the future, do you think so likewise ?
8  Other / Politics & Society / Will you give a green ( Go ahead ) for your country to trade with Afghanistan ? on: September 26, 2021, 01:37:32 PM
With the latest that has occurred and happened, Do you think neighboring Countries would want to trade with the talibans ?
Do you see a gradual reduction her economy ?
Yeah, nobody would want to visit tourist centers and as well get involved with them for a friendly football match.
9  Economy / Economics / Bitcoin slumps as China bans all cryptocurrency transactions on: September 24, 2021, 04:13:30 PM
China has delivered its toughest blow yet to the crypto industry by declaring that all crypto-related transactions will be considered illicit – including services provided to offshore exchanges.
Crypto-related transactions will be considered illicit financial activity, including services provided by off-shore exchanges, the People’s Bank of China said on its website on Friday.
China banned all crypto transactions and vowed to root out mining of digital assets, delivering the toughest blow yet to the industry.

Crypto-related transactions will be considered illicit financial activity, including services provided by off-shore exchanges, the People’s Bank of China said on its website. It added that cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin and Tether, are not fiat currency and cannot be circulated.

Bitcoin slumped in the wake of the announcement, falling 8% to about $41,000 as of 9 a.m. in New York.

Chinese officials are going further to stamp out crypto trading for its ties to fraud, money laundering and excessive energy usage. China already has rules that bar banks from offering crypto-related services. To get around such rules, traders have moved to over-the-counter platforms and offshore exchanges.
Crypto mining’s massive energy consumption is also part of the reason the industry is coming under scruntiny. In a separate statement, China’s economic planning agency said it’s an urgent task to root out crypto mining and the crackdown is important to meet carbon goals.

China is facing a severe power crisis that’s already roiled commodities from aluminum to steel, and several industries have seen their power supplies curbed in the last few weeks.

The country is home to a large concentration of the world’s crypto miners and as recently as April had a 46% share of the global hash rate, a measure of computing power used in mining and processing, according to the Cambridge Bitcoin Electricity Consumption Index.

“The Chinese regulators have always been extreme in their views and these comments are not new,” said Vijay Ayyar, head of Asia Pacific with cryptocurrency exchange Luno in Singapore.

“The interesting part is also why they continue making these statements. Its probably because they sense continued unabated activity in China and hence having to go on an overdrive,” he added.

China’s renewed crackdown against crypto mining and trading activity started in May. That was the first time top officials had singled out crypto mining at the national level since dropping it in 2019 from a proposed list of dirty industries to be eliminated.

The move caused a collapse in crypto prices, with Bitcoin losing about half its value between April and July this year. While the market has since recovered some ground, it’s still far below the all-time high of $63,000.

https://www.aljazeera.com/economy/2021/9/24/bbbitcoin-slumps-as-china-bans-all-cryptocurrency-transactions
10  Economy / Economics / Boost of a countries economy on: September 12, 2021, 02:46:22 PM
With what you think currently, Crypto currency is one of the major things I think, that has contributed greatly to the growth of a country economy.
It will be totally improper for a country to channel all of its or their sources of income in one direction,the government kicking against crypto currencyus not right and fair from my own perception.

Diversification of economy by not focusing mainly on one major source of income boost and increase the economy to a large extent, as well limiting the losses....in a country tourism, technology, Agriculture and Sports mainly football will grow and boost an economy vastly.....why some Countries suffered during the Covid 19 pandemic is all because they focused and operated in one section to generate income, so boosting of an economy can also be achieved in different ways including crypto currency.

It wouldn't be bad idea if Y'all can share your thoughts and ideas about this from your own point of view.
11  Other / Politics & Society / Library ? Or Internet ? on: September 10, 2021, 02:57:38 PM
Where do you think is best to get reliable information ?
Most people feel reluctant to spend time in the library and maybe not user friendly to them, although vital information can be gotten there.

The internet on the other side is fast,can be accessed at the same time by too many people, although hoarding of information is high up here,as well information given out may not be true.
I'd like to know more from your own perspective.
12  Other / Politics & Society / Gratitude should be an attitude on: September 04, 2021, 10:35:18 PM
Live has been hectic in several ways but been grateful is something that sets one apart from others, appreciating the ups and downs life and nature gives us....makes the heart and mind open for other options, grateful for life, air I breathe, failures because I'll never stop trying,for the hater's who push us extra miles.
Grateful been here in this forum,in advance for the lessons and experience I'll get from this family and forum I'm so grateful in advance ❤️
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