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501  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: your altcoin experience? on: January 14, 2018, 02:56:55 PM
How many kinds of altcoin do you have?   profit?
I'm still a starter to cryptocurrency so I have at least 6 kinds of altcoins they are Ethereum, Ripple, Litecoin, Nem, Dash and Z cash, 2 ERC20 tokens earned from bounties and 2 mosaics, the main crypto, of course, is bitcoin, there is not much profit from it because I'm still starting to build my investments and coins but probably in the future I will reap the moon of profit from my game strategy for cryptocurrencies.
502  Economy / Economics / Re: until when will the bounty program remain? on: January 14, 2018, 02:50:05 PM
Over the years there have been a lot of crypto-based-based projects where the business owners offer shares in the form of coins they produce with different kinds of promotions including bounty programs, until when will the gift program remain?
You can say there's a ton of them and some of the projects did not launch their bounty program here on the forum so there's a lot increasing its population yearly probably because of the demand for cryptocurrencies, It will remain as long as the major countries who use and invest into cryptocurrencies has no official total ban against ICO's, you probably asking this because you heard some news about bans, some of them did not actually ban ICO projects, they want total regulation and strict law against fraud and scam projects.
503  Economy / Economics / Re: Is bitcoin really anonymous? on: January 14, 2018, 02:42:55 PM
Yes! Bitcoin is really anonymous. There are some says that Bitcoin should spread and become well-known. But there are also some who wants to hide bitcoins identity since there are dangers when it became popular.
That would really depend on the type of wallet that you are using as well as the application because cryptocurrency centralized exchanges tend to verify the identity of its customer implementing the KYC policy before the full usage of its wallet and exchange, some of them even requiring the customers social media accounts and ID's for a certain functions to activate, but if you are using wallets that you own private keys, your identity will be anonymous but the transparency of the transaction is still there.
504  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Bad Psychology of Traders on: January 14, 2018, 02:35:00 PM
Why most of Traders have bad psychology of trading they keep lose more and more and can lost his account and they left quickly when operations is winning?
This emotional problem is the worst enemy of traders most especially for cryptocurrency trading where the unexpected can happen the way the coins behave is very unpredictable, the only thing you can hold against this type of situation is your confidence to a certain currency how you are knowledgeable about its events and turnarounds else you will be dragged by the spreaders of fuds.
505  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: usa police will sell bitcoins for billiards of usd so bitcoin will be killed to on: January 13, 2018, 05:48:48 PM
usa police will sell bitcoins for billiards of usd so bitcoin will  be killed totally

agree ?
USA authorities should sell bitcoins for pizzas of USD, not billiards of it as they can get 15 colored set of balls, one table and cue sticks to play they will regret to sell that bitcoin over billiards of usd  Grin
where the hell can they get a large amount of volume bitcoin to sell in order to kill as if the exchanges will agree about this, they better play some billiard games to kill their boredom rather than to mess with bitcoin.
506  Economy / Economics / Re: Do bitcoin millonaires deserve their wealth? on: January 13, 2018, 05:20:38 PM
It is know that bitcoin has made a few millionaires, but many of these people don´t have any particular knowledge of the economy nor business. Do you think that is a fair situation?
Most of them are probably long-term holders which withstand all the crashes, bitcoin pumps in the early days and emotional breakdowns caused by FUDs, they've probably faced some threats from hackers and some unexpected technical difficulties pertains to their storage of wallets. They come and hold up to this period so I think they are deserving to be millionaires the proof is their strong belief and faith in this coin but people who got rich by stealing others money are the ones who did not deserve to be on that spot that is the unfair situation right?
507  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Which one is the best to earn more? airdrop or bounty? on: January 13, 2018, 04:53:43 PM
How much you can earn in airdrop and bounty? Which is the fastest way in earning?
airdrop is one of the easiest and fastest ways to earn more tokens, just follow their instructions to join be active and cope to their requirements and your good to go, the advantage is that you can join another airdrop without dropping the present airdrop.
I think airdrop is part of a bounty campaign, you should compare it to another category, not to a bounty. based on my experience having good earnings always drops on signature and social media campaigns, you can count translations as one of them, commonly small earnings always go for airdrops but if you've spotted some good ICO's that focus on airdrop big earnings will follow.
508  Economy / Economics / Re: What are the effects of Korean prices being removed from coinmarketcap.com? on: January 12, 2018, 03:29:51 PM
Just a minor effect I think because there would be gap between its price when you will check other markets website like cryptocompare and coinmarketcap causing some confusion to the people who are unaware of what the heck is happening to cryptocurrency prices, that would be one of the effects of removing Korean based prices to some exchanges and market websites.
509  Economy / Economics / Re: What kind of global issues can move bitcoin price? on: January 12, 2018, 03:18:50 PM
Last time we see brexit doesn't give affect for bitcoin.
So what kind of global issues that can make us excite for the price?
What type of global issue do you prefer to make us excited? negative one to make thrilling speculations and opportunity to buy more because btc will probably dump? or a positive issue that will also benefit us from increasing its price? regulation issues and restriction can make some impact on the issues of bitcoin given by the fact that people tend to panic from this situations

Positive global issues can make bitcoin more costly on the other hand, it will definitely increase its fees and affect transactions speed due to its expanding community, but if you are a loyal hodler you will definitely get the most benefit of it.
510  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Buy the dip, 2018 edition on: January 11, 2018, 04:50:00 PM
Another good thing about this dip is that not just bitcoin experienced these decreases in its price but most of the altcoins in the market suffers the same dumps, a good opportunity for traders and holders to keep buying and take the advantage to profit from this kind of situation rather than to bite the Fud's that they are spreading, it is preparing to strike the price again.
511  Economy / Economics / Re: NEW PRIVATE MASS INVESTING GROUP IDEA on: January 11, 2018, 04:32:09 PM
In most countries this is illegal. I think they call it market manipulation.
That's right, it is obviously an illegal scheme from a selfish and manipulative group of people like the Op's trying to build, you get caught be ready to face the sanctions from doing this, it is a really bad scheme and unfair for those people who trade fairly and naturally a lot of people here tried that you don't want to know what is the outcome.

A nice idea but manipulating is bad. don't do that. it is bad. let the trade be natural where nobody knows but only clues.
that is not a good or a nice idea, to begin with, its literally illegal and an outlaw doing but I'm agreed with you that trading needs to be natural and fair that where the thrill of trading goes.
512  Economy / Economics / Re: Bitcoin and not Paying Taxes on: January 11, 2018, 04:20:16 PM
Taxes are unavoidable and you are subjected and required to pay the amount that you owe to the government, you can't evade taxes as it is already imposed from the things that you are buying to your monthly salary, so before you get your money or your thing, taxes are deducted, it always depends on the countries that impose laws and restriction towards tax, if the government regulated bitcoin exchanges within your nation then you have to submit.
513  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Any good ICO with a buynty campaign? on: January 10, 2018, 04:15:51 PM
Anyone knows any good upcoming ICO with a decent bitcointalk bounty / twitter bounty campaign that is still going or will start soon? Not necessary a bounty that allows newbies to participate. I have already tried to monitor an altcoin bounty section but there is too much information there and my head is literally blowing up.
Any suggestions?

We are on the same page man, it is a serious headache for me to review those bounty programs, there's too many of them to conduct a decent research for their project, it's really hard to spot a good and a long-term bounty, my only advice is to seek some ICO related websites that offer certain reviews and description for a specific projects, you can try icobench.com or tokenzone.io good luck with bounty hunting and beware of scammers.
514  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bill Gates wasn’t joking when he said Bitcoin was better than Fiat Currency on: January 10, 2018, 03:24:54 PM
nice right ? can u imagine every people in this world accept cryptocurrency as currency, not just investment
That would be possible if they solve the main problems of btc like transaction fees and slower confirmations, if the core devs remain silent about this concerns it would just stay in the position of what we know about this currency and that is the fact that it is more recommended to make an investments for this coins rather than spending it though we can use this for a larger transactions and bulk addresses with just the right amount of fee for the tx size.
515  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Bounties (Altcoins) / Re: [BOUNTY][ICO]520 000$ ALGORY - Multifunctional tools for cryptocurrency trading on: December 15, 2017, 02:55:24 PM
#leave
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     Reason: Can't be active to post for signature campaign, my work has some hectic schedule added by overtime I will be joining another campaign that suits my schedule and day off thanks for letting me part of the campaign please give my position to other participants that deserve, add also my stakes for the 4th week as the said week is already ended before I've submitted this leave form thanks again and good luck
516  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: 12 000$ to invest on cryptocurrencies on: December 12, 2017, 03:26:15 PM
Hi ! I have 12 000$ to invest, I want to hold it 1 or 2 years.

I already have 70 IOTA bought at 0.80$/unit, I want to buy more into Altcoins.

Any suggestions ?
Spread it and divide to what is the best altcoins that is available and legit to the market with a promising usage, price history and a dedicated team behind it, why don't you put some on btc, it's still heating up to increase in 20k by the end of the year, bitcoin is the first choice you need to look for, then the second is eth you can probably trace the top altcoins into the market because there is a reason why they are staying into the top.
517  Economy / Economics / Re: popularity of bitcoin dictates demand, means more profit on: December 12, 2017, 03:19:52 PM
in my opinion, this is what happening right now as the trend of bitcoin price has been sky rocketing.  what do you think affects the price increase of bitcoin today?
some of them are just FOMO but that is not the major reason why it rises that much in a short period of time, some reasons are newly joined big investors which we can call them whales because they saw huge potentials to bitcoin than stock markets or in traditional trading, they just ride the hype train but at first they are the hesitant type of people but the time they saw the pump in just matter of days, they immediately go for the cryptocurrency, another thing is the technology demand and life adaptation, would you really know if bitcoin exist without an internet? probably you will just hear it from your friend but that is a rare case to see, the time smartphones computers with internet came to a demanding stage that's the time bitcoin starts to get a momentum to increase its price little by little.
518  Economy / Economics / Re: Bitcoin Will Change Everything on: December 12, 2017, 02:56:34 PM
Bitcoin will change a lot more than finance. It could also change how software is built and upend a bunch of today's biggest web companies and Bitcoin was designed this way to make sure that the same Bitcoin, which has no physical form, isn't spent twice by the same person.
But ethereum are more efficient and useful for application or software developments and smart contracts for tokens and ICO thus providing better features than bitcoin, some core parts of the finance industry are no doubt changed by bitcoin itself giving a fresh and new perspective about how currencies and financial works, but bitcoin can't fill the whole needs of it as the problems with scaling and fees may hinder the expansion of bitcoin for this industry.
519  Economy / Speculation / Re: Price forecast of BTC in coming days on: December 12, 2017, 01:59:22 PM
The BTC has increased from $ 10,000 to $ 17,000 in a week, and people say that the bubble is about to break, I thought too. And it went down $ 13000 in 2 days, and again $ 17500 in 20 hours. and now it's moving around around $ 16000. What are your predictions? Up or down. And give the reason for that prediction. Thank you.

so they still treat it as a bubble without further analyzation and studying about its history and price structure, in the past where bitcoin is still 1 dollar each they said it is a scam don't you ever invest to that, after 8 years when the price is too expensive the word is changed bubble, from scam to bubble, well these people are the ones who did not take the risk and regret from not buying a lot of bitcoins in the past and now they're branding it with a tag of the bubble that spreads like a fud to make the price go down then that's the time of riding the roller coaster, sad to say the bitcoin is not responding to have a deep dumps for this past weeks with signs of getting more increase before the end of the year.
520  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin in 2018 on: December 12, 2017, 01:31:20 PM
According to me i see a huge rise in the bitcoin growth.
We know that but sometimes you need to be specific so that you can have a good speculation for its price and you will say that my speculated price is accurate because it happened.

yes, I see in 2018 the number of businesses that receive bitcoin will increase more, and bitcoin prices will reach more than $ 30000. that's my prediction today about bitcoin.
scaling solutions and smaller transaction fees first before the implementation of mass adaptation to business or they will just choose another altcoin for their services transactions, they will leave bitcoin to investments.
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