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1  Economy / Services / Re: Bitsler Signature & Avatar Campaign (2 open spots) on: Today at 06:58:39 AM
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2  Economy / Services / Re: Bitsler Signature & Avatar Campaign (2 open spots) on: Today at 06:58:24 AM
Btctalk name: CryptopreneurBrainboss
Link to profile: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1052091
Rank: Hero member
Current post count: 2186
Bitsler name: Brainboss
BTC address: bc1qzyzc6pwl43as78s92skn39wdcduqq600lf7flq

Edit: Added BTC address
3  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: New Introduction to Crypto Youtube Channel :D on: Today at 04:25:17 AM
The real ETH is ETHC . ETH just become a big name because a Company pushed it hard .

Thanks for this information, I never knew. I didn't have much interest in ethereum back then when i joined the industry to research on it but always assumed ethereum classic was a hard fork of ethereum consider other hard fork alway had additional name added to the parent name like bitcoin cash and the rest. And the hard forks hardly get any recognition to the exact of dominating the parent chain. Judging from the outcome of ethereum so far, was it the right decision back then as i got to understand from the link you shared that
Ethereum was first created as a stance against financial corruption. The immutable blockchain was meant to be free from the human tendency to corrupt.

But, the decision to hard-fork – and essentially manipulate of the blockchain – went against the original purpose of Ethereum in the first place.
always thought ETC was the bad guy lol.

Supposedly I was quizzed for this, i would had failed woofely, surprisingly I haven't encounter this information before and that's the beauty of this forum, giving out informative, priceless information like this.

To OP, just skimmed through the video and I'm impressed by your effort, when I'm less busy I'll watch. Good job, hope to see more videos don't just stop.
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Send More Fraudlent Developers to Jail and I still Sanity Into Crypto on: Today at 03:48:43 AM
Has sending more criminals to jail stop the occurrence of crime in the society, new way will just be developed by this scammers and the continuity of the scams will continue probably leading to more project developers, hiding their identify becomes a more occurring situation, disguising themselves under the anonymousity crab. The issue in the community isn't about the scamners but the vulnerability of the investors. Spending more time creating awareness to this users on how this scams can be spotted and avoided will do more good then chasing after the scammers.

Those with good lawyers or identify aren't yet public could easily escape this jail terms but when the Investor get educated, less and less success stories for this scammers will be recorded and it'll make the industry less attractive to scammers, reducing scams in generally.
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: How to avoid falling into a FOMO trap on: Today at 03:31:34 AM
Firstly, the most important thing here is how an Investor can identifying if a recent spike in price of a project is just a paid hype to create FOMO probably by developers to dump tokens on the greedy Investors hoping to capitalize on the spike to make some profit. Identifying this trap are quite easy as the movement of the price of each project tells a story. A healthy growth of a project concurs gradually but an unhealthy one can be identified with a spike which is mostly cause by whales or group of pump and dump traders manipulating the price of that project to draw attention to it.

Did a post sometime ago on; qualities worth developing as a crypto enthusiast (Investor). been skeptical was one project of those qualities as developing that will guide you in regards to trusting any project to fall for FOMO traps, understanding the reason behind those spike and not just blindly chasing them is a great way to avoid been a victim.
6  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Qualities worth developing as a crypto enthusiast (Investor). on: Today at 03:16:47 AM
Bump for visibility
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: What will be the alternate plan - second option on: Today at 03:12:03 AM
Same prediction were made for 2018 and when that bull market run everyone is waiting for didn't happen they shifted the prediction to 2019 and I could say the outcome haven't been that month watering as this supposedly expert declared. Now the prediction has been targeted at 2020 just because of the bitcoin halving event. I won't be surprised if #929 has sane fate as 2918/2019 as the cryptocurrency market is very unpredictable. 2020 might come and yet nothing will happen or probably just bitcoin recording some new highs.

To be in the safer side, I'll recommend owning as much bitcoin as possible but that doesn't mean you should neglect the altcoin as some selective ones, still has some fight in them in regards to delivery good ROI. If in 2020 market outcome isn't that promising, the plan should always involving hodling your bitcoin firmly and trading alts for gain.
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Good trading volume doesn't mean a token is good on: Today at 02:58:36 AM
Project like bitconnect which was a obvious Ponzi scheme projects had massive trading volume and at some point in 2017 was among the top 10-15 highest trading coin on coinmarketcap in regarda to market capitalization. After from this scenario, trading volume on Coinmarketcap can't be rely on, as it can be easily manipulate by the exchanges most especially the small ones.

Judging the credibility or legitimacy of a project should go beyond such projects been privilege to be listed on an exchanges whether small or top exchanges not forgetting this exchanges can list any tokens without considering the welfare if their customers, providing the listing fees are been met by this projects.
9  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: Brainboss Currency Exchange Service {BTC/NGN Altcoins/NGN} NGN = Nigerian Naira on: November 21, 2019, 08:56:59 AM
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10  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Premier League Prediction Thread (EPL) on: November 20, 2019, 08:55:24 AM
Now that Mourinho has been appointed manager of Tottenham will they really be contesting for a top 5 finish?

Mourinho silverwear record is very impressive, he has won atleast one trophy with every club he has managed and that's sometime Tottenham desperately need. Finishing top 5 is very possible since he (Mourinho) has all the experience a manager can ask off. His competition right now are Arsenal and Manchester United, Tottenham with or without Mourinho can finish top 5 above this guys without much stress, lets not forget they have been in the top 4 for the last four years. And Mourinho is a far better manager than Pochettino, he'll definitely bring out the best out of the team in regards to winning tournaments. Watch out for kane

I believe the question now should be, can Mourinho win Tottenham some silverware in the shortest time possible, my answer to that would be yes, Europa or Carabao Cup probably. Also lets keep a close eye on his first match in charge (against west ham) to see how the squad respond.
11  Other / Meta / Re: The inclusion of large, unnecessary images in threads. Opinions? on: November 20, 2019, 03:35:10 AM
Not a fan to the unnecessary images (don't think I have even poster one before) but it seems I'm guilty of the large images, just viewed some of your examples then revisited some of my created threads to cross-check and compared like; The Xenophobic attacks on Africans by South Africans, what's your take on this and Africa Cup of Nation Discussion Thread || Current Phase: Qualification and few others but notice I tried resizing the image as i can see I edited the image with the [width=***] code but in my defense, I'm using a mobile phone to access the forum so I might not be viewing the image as other advance smartphone users or those using a laptop to access the forum are, my bad.

I haven't received much complain also concerning my image size but as I review them it seems they're big. Apart from this one time
Honestly, I think it will be better if you present your contents in formal text, rather than infographics.
The infographics is hard to see, and space-consumed.
don't think it have ever occured to me, so maybe forum users should inform users regularly when they see this images so we can't adjust in time to make the discussion conducive to everyone.
12  Other / Meta / Re: 10 years since Satoshi joined Bitcointalk on: November 20, 2019, 02:19:04 AM
You miss the perfect trio by some minutes, supposedly you login earlier, you would had gotten the exact minute Satoshi created his account. You got the date, hour but miss the minute by 41 minutes.

Anyways big congratulations to everyone for being around to witness this forum achieve a celebratory milestone and happy forum anniversary to the man that single handed changed the way money is been presume in the 21 century. Wish I had some art skills to contribute to this celebration and art competition but i got nothing on me, just contributing by viewing the submitted lol probably merited one or two that caught my interest.
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Simple idea on: November 20, 2019, 02:01:44 AM
but guess what? i decided to track my address last night using Etherscan and i saw all the tokens there, sometimes your tokens might have arrived in your wallet but you won't know until you track your wallet address or you manually add token contract address, thank you.

Lol, good one as this is a very vital information that not everyone is aware of and most likely will lead to the uninformed newbie to tag a project scam when it's just a misunderstanding from their part. This post just brought back old memories during my days of been an Airdrop hunter, as I engaged with airdrop managers severally on this issue reporting on not reciebymy reward and questioning the projects credibility.

Don't think this is still a problem though as most project I have seen usually have this inform pinned or repeated severally on their telegram groupchat, informing the community to add custom tokens contract.
14  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Premier League Prediction Thread (EPL) on: November 20, 2019, 01:05:09 AM
Well, Poch was sacked before Solskjaer, Emery, Valverde, Marco Silva...Crazy!  Grin

That's football for you and why the premier is the most entertaining league of them all, few months back I remaining poch celebration Tottenham comeback against Ajax to reach the champions league finals like he has just won the championship league few months later he's sacked. Although poch kept Tottenham in the top four in the last four years, most of it they weren't playing like contender and this season is even worst as they have been very poor so it's coming as no surprise.

Here's an appointment I'll love to see, Mourinho gets appointed as Spurs manager. Emery gets sacked by Arsenal and Pochettino gets appointed as Arsenal manager. Then probably Emery moves to West Ham. Saw this somewhere on twitter and i love it.
15  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Premier League Prediction Thread (EPL) on: November 19, 2019, 05:22:24 PM
Chelsea could seriously compete for the title in a few seasons but they’re way too inexperienced at the moment. Liverpool and City have been there & done it, they are far better equipped for a season long assault at the big trophies.

I have my bet on Chelsea winning Manchester city or atleast putting on a wonderful display to give her supporters some positive things to talk about and probably end up taking a point from the game. Lossing to Manchester United could be excuse as Lampard was still fresh and probably experimenting on the players and getting to know them. Lossing to Liverpool wasn' that disappointing to me as they're currently the best team in Europe and England but you see lossing to Manchester City, that would be just disappointing especially as City aren't the city they were two season back and not forgetting they have already lost 3 matches in just 12 games.

If Chelsea are to compete for the title be it in this season or future seasons, we have to fix our defense as their inexperience is costly us alot of goals.
16  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Have you lured someone in Gambling? on: November 19, 2019, 05:00:03 PM
he is guilty of this because he did not know that he will be luring his friend to gambling, because of that treat.
How about have you lured someone to gambling and what will you do if you did?

I haven't lured anyone as I'm not much of a gamblers, I only introduced my friends to the type of gambling I'm doing and leave them to decide whether they'll be comfortable to follow my fullsteps or not. On the contrary I was the one who was lured into gambling but it wasn't by a friend but from an advertisement from a cryptocurrency related sportbooks I saw online.

On the other hand, when it comes to promoting a brand, I have lured many into patronizing the projects I advert instead of patronizing other competition although I'm not aware if they pick interest on other gambling opportunities those platform offers as I'm mostly into sport betting.amd that's my recommendation.
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Altcoiners, don't give up yet. Bitcoin can't do it alone. on: November 19, 2019, 04:44:41 PM
More or less, this sounds like a tasteless joke to me. How come this hit his mind that bitcoin needs altcoin in order to survive in this world when bitcoin is the first digital currency. It is the backbone of altcoins. They cant even think about existing without the king. Bitcoin never depended on any asset, either physical or digital for its survival. Even no other entity of the world helped it in making so far.

Don't get me wrong, i have huge respect for bitcoin but the rate at which this industry has grown to, there are some things you can't take out of the industry which involves; stablecoins, privacy coins (bitcoin isn't that anonymous), dApp platforms to build on e.g ethereum, etc that's just to mention a few. The industry won't have gone this far with just bitcoin. Just compared the first five years of bitcoin with the last five years and evaluate the difference.

Bitcoin was the first but it's becoming too complicated for the average individuals as fees are becoming too high, time for confirmation is on the increase too, segwit address is yet to be welcomed by many to reduce fees/confirmation time etc. Bitcoin can't take the industry to the next level alone that's a fact bitcoin maximalist are yet to understand.
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: [Question] The First Digital Currency You Can Mine On Your Phone on: November 19, 2019, 04:30:36 PM
Firstly your average mobile phone weren't meant for mining so I don't buy into the idea as it'll be putting your smartphone at the risk of battery life short span. If smartphone companies interested in cryptocurrency (like HTC, Samsung etc) were to invest into manufacturing smartphones that could be use for this purpose without endangering the lifespan of the phone then i won't have a problem. Thirdly be extremely cautious of any project adverting themselves as the next bitcoin via price gain as that's a common marketing strategy employed by scammers to create FOMO among greedy cryptocurrency enthusiast to steal their funds.

Conclusion; there's nothing that special about this project, nothing new like others have stated. We have seen different projects come out with exact idea and most of them aren't progressing per se, this won't be any different.
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: GameCredits (GAME) - Up 230% - What Happened? on: November 19, 2019, 10:05:18 AM
Gamecredit has just around 69+ millions coins in circulating (probably less than that would be available on exchanges been actively traded), before the sudden spike in price, it was trading around 2cent ($0.02 +/-) meaning just a whale or a pump amd dump group could have trigger the spike to create FOMO after their announcement was made on twitter.  I did a rough calculation and with just $1,400,000 the circulating supply of the coin would had been bought off.

Meaning you should apply caution on this project, one of the vital lesson I have learnt from my stay in the industry is, coins that suddenly spike up in price also dump quickly. The safety and healthier way for a coin to increase is slowly and steadily. This could just be a clever way for developers to dump their remaining tokens on the market, don't be fooled as this isn't a healthy growth.
20  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: Brainboss Currency Exchange Service {BTC/NGN Altcoins/NGN} NGN = Nigerian Naira on: November 19, 2019, 07:10:58 AM
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Deposit fund to BTC address: bc1qzyzc6pwl43as78s92skn39wdcduqq600lf7flq

Post below your BTC transaction ID once you're done, you'll recieve fund as discuss in DM.

Edit 1: Transaction on hold due to app maintenance
Edit 2: BTC refunded: TX ID; c143f26239fb3efc720e4aba16f453d00d93c619d52c4d40bebb0e8bcd7a576a
Transaction cancelled due to feature for international transfer not working via app.
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