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1  Economy / Services / Re: | YouTube Review Video | Earn up to $50! - Ends October 5th! on: October 05, 2020, 06:50:12 PM
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2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Bounties (Altcoins) / Re: 💎💎💎 Lattice Bounty | LTX | DAG | Airdrop | 100k $USD 💎💎💎 on: September 29, 2020, 06:16:52 PM
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3  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Covid-19 and Bitcoin on: September 19, 2020, 07:48:02 PM
I don't think we should relate Bitcoin to the pandemic that is happening.
We're just the same. There's no correlation between pandemic and the bitcoin price, there is no relative effect to the price because as you can see on the previous price when the pandemic was in the first strike, bitcoin has a slight correction but at the end, it is in bullish amidst covid 19 pandemic.

For now, bitcoin becomes popular through people were hanging online due to lockdown countries, as we can see the number of trader and investors in crypto has been rapidly increase, especially when Defi projects come.
Thanks to the pandemic, people have become more immersed in the Internet and online space in order to find new ways to earn money, and bitcoin has become one of the main topics recently. We can confidently say that the pandemic has become a lifeline for bitcoin and the entire cryptocurrency.
4  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: How to invest in blockchain? on: September 19, 2020, 07:45:49 PM
Invest on any of the gambling sites that has got investment access. These days we've got more number of gambling sites completely functional over the blockchain technology. This is much preferred by the gamblers, and trading on exchanges is the right form of investments on blockchain to profit.

I would not recommend investing in gambling sites, because such sites do not live long. They are often blocked and banned due to illegal content. I would rather invest in something more reliable - for example, a large company with a profit and a history that will pay stable interest and will not close tomorrow as a gambling stall)
5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Why government Don't kill btc? on: September 19, 2020, 07:43:54 PM
What is Stopping?

Why government Don't kill btc?
Why They protecting the btc?
Its Becouse They own Secretly btc?

Like They did with Gold in USA They banned Gold then They Secretly bought Gold in  history

How do you imagine it? How do you think you can kill bitcoin? How do you think you can kill a decentralized system like the Internet? This is simply technically impossible. The state is not a single mechanism -it is a lot of different departments that are disclosed to each other and cannot act together.
6  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin and Lockdown in every country on: September 19, 2020, 07:41:56 PM
I've mentioned about my country, INDIA
            WHAT ABOUT YOURS ?

For me, it's actually okay to regulate the use of cryptocurrency on each country, but though in the case of bitcoin, this could not happen since no one can regulate it. But on tax implementation on cryptocurrencies, as long as an investor is gaining profit through this cryptocurrencies, then why not give some to your own government. But though this is a really debatable topic, I agree on just a little taxation because it could help their country's economy to rise after the negative impact of the lockdown.

States do not yet understand the full meaning of cryptocurrency and do not understand that it can help them in the development of the financial system of the entire state. The same transaction taxes can go to the state Treasury and then it will become psychologically easier for people to switch to cryptocurrencies. I believe that the state should be engaged in PR and advertising of cryptocurrency and implement it in its financial instruments.
7  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Deadliest Bug in Bitcoin history on: September 19, 2020, 07:36:55 PM
The most devastating Bitcoin bug in history was the 92 billion Bitcoin that was created from out of thin air. This hack was as a result of security flaw that was found and exploited by the anonymous hacker. Going by todays Bitcoin price the hacker should have been swimming with trillions of $dollars and the wealthiest person on earth. This hack was made possible because of a number overflow error. This hack caused pandemonium among Bitcoin community and thanks to Bitcoin enthusiasts who were able to arrest the case without a major damage to Bitcoin.
The hacked 92 billion Bitcoin transactions were all cancelled and the Blockchain was roll back to its pre-hack state. source

The question is, assume this hack went through and transactions successful, will Bitcoin still remain the same as it is now? Considering the fact that, there are only 21million Bitcoin programed to be in circulation.
Below threads depict the zealís among Bitcoin community in the recovery of this incident; canít the same community help in recovery funds whenever thereís major hack in the network?.

Strange block 74638
overflow bug SERIOUS
Version 0.3.10 - block 74638 overflow PATCH!

Perhaps most of this money went to charity. Many hackers use the image of Robin hood when they steal money from the wallet of rich people and distribute it to the poor. For example, African countries largely live thanks to hackers who distribute money to charitable organizations.
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Are you sure crypto is the future currency? on: September 19, 2020, 07:34:18 PM
I completely agree that crypto will be the currency of the future. Cryptocurrencies are already used all over the world and constantly more and more countries begin to legalize cryptocurrencies and recognize them as official currencies, this is just a matter of time when the whole world will already fully begin to use cryptocurrencies with its full potential.

Cryptocurrency is not the currency of the future, it has long been the currency of the present. I pay through bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies for almost all services that I need during the day. Yes, I can't pay in the store yet, but for example, you can pay for an apartment with cryptocurrency for a long time, and this is great.
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Altcoin is for day trading on: September 19, 2020, 07:32:17 PM
I see that people support that altcoin suits better for day trading, and not for holding. I just don't get why.

Where did you get this information? Altcoins are suitable for both day trading and long-term holding. It all depends on the tasks that you set for yourself. If you have a financial cushion for the next couple of months, you can easily store your savings and not worry about price spikes in the market. Storage is not for the faint of heart)
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: UNISWAP (UNI) is driving me CRAZY!! on: September 19, 2020, 07:30:14 PM
maybe I am the luckiest person or I'm starting to go crazy just because of UNI Token  Roll Eyes. I've received a $2 million dollar reward for this great project!

how about you guys? have you got the UNI token?
otherwise, happily, I plan to share the reward about 10% of what I earn..

Congratulations, my friend! This is a really great result! I also received large payouts, but this bonus is still growing and growing. How did you win such a large sum? What are you going to spend it on? I would buy a big house and go on vacation with my family at the sea.
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: New coins like Uniswap and Sushi on: September 19, 2020, 07:27:44 PM
It is possible for new coins to reach top 20 list. Uniswap and Sushi are quite popular these days. I wonder if these coins will remain their position in the top 20 list.

I think that they will save it easily, because too much money was spent on PR for these projects. I think their creators and inspirers have big plans for 2021 to seize power in the field of cryptocurrency) In any case, we continue to observe them and draw some conclusions. So far, everything looks very rosy and inspires confidence.
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Do you trust Active telegram Groups? on: September 19, 2020, 07:25:40 PM
Hi all , I'm a newbie in bitcointalk but not in Crypto field. I have about 6 Years of experience about this field.

As an Investor , Still i have a doubt with some active telegram groups. I have analysed so many projects and Most successful projects had an Active telegram Group.

So far I have analyzed 500+ projects before investment 

My analysis Results are here

A)  9%      successful projects with an Active telegram group
B)  6%      unsuccessful projects with an Active telegram group
C)  25%    unsuccessful projects
D)  60%    scam projects

But Now I have decided to invest for a projects having an Active Telegram group , But tell me your openion about these type of projects.
Project name --  Xfinance

Is it belongs to Which one ?[ A or B  Huh?]

I think that the quality of the project does not depend on how active their telegram groups are. In many groups, bounty participants just sit and write posts to earn tokens, and it is difficult to call this a real activity. If participants themselves are added to groups and write questions there, then the project has the opportunity to reach a really good level.
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Ripple the next bitcoin? on: September 19, 2020, 07:22:28 PM
I really don't understand on what capacity does Ripple stand as a rival to Bitcoin. Its rather amusing to see the post. Ripple is still far behind the reach of Bitcoin and may never get their till the end of time. Bitcoin is the unrivaled king of cryptocurrency and that has been since the inception of the industry.

Ripple does not have the task of necessarily overtaking bitcoin or taking its place. Both currencies can exist together and create a competitive market for each other, and thus increase the interest and value of each other. There is no sense that one of them would replace each other-the more coins there are, the more stable the market.
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: How much you earn in bounty hunting for the year 2019-2020 on: September 19, 2020, 07:18:32 PM
I do many good project in 2019 from 2020. Amzcoin, Cartesi, Dia, Zxy, Hex is are best.  My highest earning is $800 from amzcoin. If i hold some project then i get more. My another big payment pending from Dia. Nowadays good campaign managers to me are bountydetective and bubbalex.
Yes, these are good projects. I also took part in them. What about the bounty on the forum? Have you had any big earnings during this time? It seems to me that the largest amounts came for the bounty around 2016-2017, when one company could get a huge amount of money. Now everything is a little simpler, but you can still earn money.
15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Now is the best time on: September 19, 2020, 07:16:15 PM
People in lockdown are now looking for jobs online so they can raise money from there. But it will be difficult at first for newcomers to the crypto market if they have no idea about online in the past. People are trying to make money online in different ways. For example, some are trying to freelancing and many are coming to invest in crypto. In fact, if they are brand new they will not find a good way easily because if they have previous skills then it can possible.

In fact, making money online in 2020 is not a very difficult task. Even the most ordinary housewife can handle it. I would especially like to note that there are also a lot of earning options: trading, bounty, and even advertising in social networks. People can just fill out a captcha somewhere on a third-party site and get paid for it. The main thing is to have Internet access.
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Why are you still hodling that shitcoin? on: September 15, 2020, 10:42:36 AM
There are some tokens in my ethereum wallet that have lost value to the extent I don't think they can ever recover even if the bull market starts tomorrow due to the level of competition in the altcoin market. I also bought some coins but can't remember the password or name of exchange i bought them on (thinking it was cryptopia) I didn't bother transferring it off the exchange and most of them were bought around 1satoshi.

Back to my ethereum wallet, each time I see those worthless token I just laugh and continue with what I login my wallet to do. If you ask me why I'm still holding does tokens in my wallet I can't give a reply. Why are you still holding those shitcoins sorry altcoin

Because they remind me that everything was done for a reason. Yes, there are certainly failures and coins do not grow in price and remain on our wallets for many years, and sometimes forever, but there are coins that go immediately and at a great price. I also don't delete old tokens, because I hope for growth and just don't know how to remove them from my wallet. They don't bother me
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: 18% XRP Price Drop ! ~ Moon or Bust? on: September 15, 2020, 10:40:02 AM
and I predict that XRP will be able to go up to the price of $ 1. If we look at the market now that the XRP price has now started to rise by around 1.59%. This good sign for XRP,
then XRP holders will have to be a little patient to see XRP go to the moon.
How can you conclude that the XRP price will increase by 1 usd just looking at the XRP price increase of around 1.59%?
if the intention is to hold for the long term and when the market is already bullish there may be a chance that the XRP price will go to 1 usd,
but if the reason is because the XRP price increase of 1.59% is very difficult to reference, maybe you can provide a little explanation and also chart analysis about it.

Perhaps he was referring to the average price for a certain period of time. If you take for example the last year and look at the charts of the movement of the coin, it really turns out that on average for one increase the price rises and falls by$1. Perhaps he meant something completely different, but according to my conservative calculations, the price is obtained with an average deduction.
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Yearn Finance and Bitcoin on: September 14, 2020, 07:59:45 AM
By staking we force altcoins price to pump but this process can stay long. Even i don't support centralized wallet or exchange wallet staking process, in both wallet you don't have your control. Like atomic wallets offering very good staking rewards. Still some people dream of becoming yearn finance holders when YFI becomes Bitcoin. YFI listed exchange this year, just a few months ago.

Not only bets can make the price of altcoins swing. This is influenced by a huge number of factors. And the most important of them is the price of bitcoin. As soon as bitcoin starts a strong movement in the price range, altcoins always immediately follow it. They are co-dependent on each other.
19  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin and tax in your countries on: September 14, 2020, 07:57:05 AM
for every cryptocurrency transaction in my country that is still not taxed, my country is still in (gray) setting rules for cryptocurrency holders..  In 2017 there was an issue that Bitcoin would be banned in my country but until now this strict rule has never been enforced at all on the grounds that they still want to learn about the benefits of cryptocurrency in the future..

What country are you from? Probably from Austria, since we have a similar situation with bitcoin. The majority of the country's population successfully uses all the privileges of bitcoin, but this is not legally stipulated yet. Perhaps in the near future, the government will somehow settle bitcoin officially, but there are no prerequisites for this yet.
20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: It is possible that bitcoin will use nowadays in cash less transaction? on: September 13, 2020, 08:34:12 PM

In recent days statistics the usage of cashless transaction (cards, payment through mobile applications) have increased, but the usage of bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies on day to day life hasn't got increased.

I agree with you completely. In my country, I have noticed an increase in cashless transactions. But the use or demand of BTC has not increased. I think the main reason is people haven't any idea about bitcoin. Even many people do not know what bitcoin is. second reason is, grocery store and online shop accept cards. But bitcoin is not used there. If the online shop and grocery stores would accept bitcoin, then the use of BTC would increase more.

This is a vicious circle-stores do not accept cryptocurrency and therefore there is low demand for it, and low demand because no one accepts cryptocurrencies for payment)) It seems to me that some side should take the first step forward and start a dialogue on cooperation. It seems to me that stores should do this, and then bitcoin will adapt itself to the new environment and there will be almost no integration problems (or there will be absolutely minimal).
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