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61  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin maximalists are doing more harm to the crypto space than good ? on: August 28, 2020, 09:54:55 PM
For every bitcoin maximalist there was already a scam shitcoin or ICO. And more schemes will rise.
Blaming only the maximalists means ignoring half of the reality.
I don't say altcoins are bad, but how many are actually good?

Depends on what you mean by "good"? A lot of altcoins coins that brought profit at the time of entering the market and then fell to zero, and there were also coins that were shitcoins and after a while did to the moon. So everything is relative and there is nothing specifically good or bad.
62  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What has bitcoin done for you? on: August 22, 2020, 02:54:46 PM
Previous Thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5222426.msg53752319#msg53752319


I like making these threads because it's interesting to see how Bitcoin has changed people's lives. So how has Bitcoin helped you in your life?


For me personally, I use Bitcoin to accept money from people instantly.

Bitcoin allowed me to earn money and not pay taxes to the state. I have long been an opponent of official state sources and the fact that they collect taxes is very much I did not like. when bitcoin appeared in my life, I sighed with full lungs. Thank bitcoin!
63  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: building a crypto criminal database on: August 22, 2020, 02:52:57 PM
This company in South Korea is figuring out that once a cyber criminal, always a cyber criminal. They found that two separate big crypto crimes shared the same exchange account for onramping or offramping. Of course most of it was done with Bitcoin. Don't know how it will get better before getting worse.

https://thenews.asia/hyungoo-kim-tracking-cryptocurrency-cyber-crimes/

I always wonder why people are so greedy. Well, you have committed a crime, for example, earned a few million dollars on it that will last you for the rest of your days, and also your children, too. Why are you going to do this again putting yourself in danger of losing everything and going to prison where you will eat unleavened porridge? Unclear.
64  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Need suggestion for making a video on bitcoin on: August 22, 2020, 02:50:37 PM
it is quite good with the concept that you have prepared, add it to education so that not many people make the wrong investment in the world of bitcoin or crypto just because of big money, there are still many scammers who are trying to get money from these beginners, so educate on that. very good for beginners, i will support your youtube channel

This concept is not new. Most likely, a person just collected a few theses that have been lying on the Internet for a very long time and put them into one big concept. In General, this is a good job and most importantly useful. Just those who are in the topic have long been aware of these theses and successfully use them.
65  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin and crypto currencies are getting dangerous on: August 22, 2020, 02:48:34 PM
You can Use DEX if you want to avoid the kyc system  on Centralized exchange . I think centralized exchange collect user kyc to make secure the transaction level .If you think its making trouble you, you can use easily the DEX .
Op should know that there are other exchange does not impose on having a kyc. Not all exchange requires users to provide personal document just to use their services. So we still have the freedom on using the exchange just like dex which you mention and also binance.

Eventually, all exchanges will require proof of identity if the amount of turnover exceeds some set General limit. This is a normal scheme that would protect both yourself and the exchange, where you may have more than ten thousand dollars that you do not want to lose because of scammers.
66  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin Has Lost Its Way: Here’s How to Return to Crypto’s Subversive Roots on: August 22, 2020, 02:46:13 PM
If crypto stays truly "anarchist",then only the scammers and criminals will use it on the darkweb.

Ridiculous, on early days where people actually care about root/philosophy of Bitcoin, many Bitcoiners are geek, not criminal or scammer.

Indeed, it is. At the beginning of the birth of bitcoin there were a lot of enthusiasts who acted guided by a bright mind and the best intentions. After bitcoin became a popular means of earning simple money, a huge number of scammers appeared. This is life and there's nothing you can do about it.
67  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: The Importance of Bitcoin during the Pandemic on: August 21, 2020, 11:31:30 PM
Even before the Pandemic strikes the world, Bitcoins importance to people who knew its value and trust its usage is incomparable. The good thing is,  it is more useful now not just for online payments and securing funds but most of all, a great platform to work, earn and invest. As you had been said, thousands of people losts their jobs, and yes, bitcoin industry can really help us sustain our needs in ways that we couldn't imagine. We just need to be patient as we work along and trust this blockchain industry.

How can bitcoin help people who lost their jobs during the global pandemic? To earn on cryptocurrency, you need to stay in this area for at least a year to understand how it works and how you can earn it. Rather, people will thoughtlessly start buying and selling bitcoin and lose their last savings.
68  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Lessons from the Past: When bitcoin's price stabilised on: August 21, 2020, 11:09:43 PM
Lately, we have seen a lot of investors and crypto speculators saying that bitcoin's price movement is somewhat boring because it has been trading sideways for many weeks now. But I want to share something a similar incident or some scenario from the past. It was 9 years ago, early market's early stages but there's a pattern already. So this is a good time to remind everyone to just HODL and wait for the market to do it's thing.  Smiley



https://twitter.com/rockerest/status/91885405368098816

There will always be people who will say that bitcoin is a Scam and it will never take off. But as practice shows us, bitcoin always takes off after some time and everything moves in a circle. Don't pay attention to what speculators and speakers say - they are paid good money for it.
69  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Scammers are back with another trick. Be alert!!! on: August 21, 2020, 11:04:02 PM
Scammers are back with their old method but with another new trick. Currently, they are streaming video on youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KoQX4hElcSU&feature=emb_rel_pause, with the video title 100000 ETH giveaway. Be alert guys.   They made the channel name Foxnews which is fake of course and they are streaming an @ethglobal video.
scammers never sleep, but there are also people who are caught by scammers. Last year, my wallet was hacked and I still don't understand how it happened. I have very well hidden all the keys to my wallets, but still the scammers got to me. Be careful of drosia.
70  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin (or others) for the Adult Industry? on: August 21, 2020, 10:59:05 PM
there are lots of Adult coins that have come in the space but I dont understand how they struggle to thrive. With so much failure, adopting bitcoin for exchange for services and other products could be reliable at the beginning before the adoption of own coins with so many attractive packages on the own coin that can encourage adoption. If anonymity is what looks attractive they should improve on coin or accept better anonymous coins, a small supply of coin will be smart

I do not think that a person who has a certain number of bitcoin coins does not have other alternative cryptocurrencies with him. Bitcoin is more of a starting point in the cryptocurrency world. One way or another, you will have to buy and sell other coins sooner or later.
71  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Elon Musk Twitter hacked on: August 21, 2020, 10:54:36 PM
Big job for Twitter to protect big accounts. because this is the reputation stakes of twitter. especially if it is connected to crypto such as bitcoin. This is obviously very worrying because it can be used for criminal acts
It would be suspiciously strange if Elon Musk suddenly asked to drop a couple of bitcoins on his wallet)) Nevertheless, you should always put two-factor authentication and then your data will be reliably protected. But not a fact)
72  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Network fee is killing my small profit on: August 07, 2020, 07:46:40 PM
I have started to buy BTC and sell them in a higher price (in BDT). For example, imagine I have purchased $100 worth  of BTC @86BDT per USD and sold them instantly @87BDT per USD. This is a good business even if you take 1BDT per USD profit. I was having some good profits each day.
But now after the fee has increased, it has been impossible to get profit. There's a transaction cost which I can not avoid and it is very high. I trade small amount like $50 even (To make a strong hub). In such cases, I have no profit almost unless I'm dealing $300 or over. That's a pain to pay such fee but I have no way because I do not make a bad relation with buyers and sellers.
Unfortunately, the situation with the sale and purchase of bitcoin is becoming more and more complicated every year. Commissions really grow very much and resale and arbitrage becomes simply impossible. Many of my acquaintances have left this business. I think you need to look for something else, since Bitcoin arbitrage will soon become completely impossible.
73  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Covid crisis & evolving phases on: August 07, 2020, 07:39:10 PM
As the covid crisis is evolving step-by-step, started as a health crisis it is bending towards economic crisis which is showing an elevation from physical to digital.
Does Coronavirus pandemic will permanently change consumer behaviour towards digital currency?  Huh
I think no. Rather, digital payment methods will become more popular than analog money, but digital currencies will remain in the same position. Much still depends on the legalization of currency in certain countries. Probably, the states will consider issues of legalization of assets more carefully, but this is not certain.
74  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What difficulty do you face on trading bitcoin? on: August 07, 2020, 07:36:16 PM
I'm a citizen of a country where bitcoin is illegal and there's no good way of trading bitcoin in legal way and secured way. I have been trading through the community I have built within these years but sometimes I got difficulty selling bitcoin, not much although. If you are from a country where BTC is legit, I think you are enjoying trading bitcoin. But what about the countries where BTC is illegal? Do you have any such way to trade bitcoin securely? I would love to hear the experiences, difficulty you faced/faces.
The most secure way to trade is with a VPN. By changing this address, you are changing the country in which you are located and the provider cannot determine your location. Also, I would not spread information among your friends and acquaintances that you are trading bitcoins. If you follow these two simple rules, then there should be no problems.
75  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What Is Best Course Of Action? on: August 07, 2020, 07:33:29 PM
Just a question to ask for advice. Right now with all the markets they way they are. Bitcoin is always in the upward in the market.  Of course it has periods of going down. But crypto market is doing quite well in these times.

I am asking what is the best course of action?

Should I just keep buying and HODL and keeping my Bitcoin for a rainy day?

Or is trading is back and forth to stable coins and trying to make more gains a good action plan too?

Need suggestions and advice. thanks
It all depends on your goals - if you need money right now and you do not have free funds for existence, then of course you need to trade in real time in small volumes. And if you have an airbag that you can use right now, then buying on long-term hold is your choice.
76  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Will Bitcoin replace Gold someday? on: August 07, 2020, 07:31:00 PM
In these times of turmoil, Gold is reaching new ATHs in price. But Bitcoin doesn't leave behind, as it quickly recovered to its "pre-COVID" prices on the market. It's today where Bitcoin prices are relatively stable. With a limited supply of only 21 million coins, hardened security, and a focus on decentralization, Bitcoin is often viewed by many as the successor of Gold. One of Bitcoin's greatest benefits on top of Gold, is portability. You can virtually carry your Bitcoin with you safely when travelling, without anyone noticing. That's not the case with Gold, as you'd need to carry physical bullion with you. Other than portability, Gold and Bitcoin are very much alike.

Do you think that Bitcoin will be able to replace Gold someday? As we shift into the "intangible" world, people will "ditch" physical stuff in exchange for digital items. Bitcoin can become the new digital Gold which serves as a safe-haven asset (store of value) in times of need. COVID-19 will greatly encourage people to adopt Bitcoin over Gold as their next store of value of choice. Thoughts? Huh
Bitcoin can never replace gold, as gold is not a currency, but something that supports the value of any currency. Bitcoin is more likely to replace fiat money - this is more likely. However, its decentralization makes this dream a utopia so far. Think about whether you need bitcoin to become a legalized currency? Will it then carry the same value as now?
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79  Local / Альтернативные криптовалюты / Re: Гребите кефир на всю котлету !!!!!!! on: August 14, 2018, 01:28:59 AM
Эфир очень пугает ,уже меньше 300 ,такими темпами и до 200 дойдет ,что ни кто не ожидал .
80  Local / Бayнти и aиpдpoпы / Re: Куда смотреть чтобы понять серьезный ли ICO  on: August 14, 2018, 01:27:42 AM
Первым делом смотреть на рынок?Думаю многие проекты ждут более хороших условий для своих ико ,потому что сейчас сборы слабые .
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