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601  Economy / Economics / Re: what is the predicted value for BTC in end of 2018?????? on: January 14, 2018, 12:42:31 PM
Everybody is entitled to make their prediction about bitcoin's price but none of us can be sure what exactly the future of bitcoin. It's always the demand of the people that will tell bitcoin's market price and if i have to make my own prediction, bitcoin will rise once again and setting new value high at 30,000$/btc.
602  Economy / Economics / Re: Do you think that bitcoin can reduce corruption? on: January 14, 2018, 12:15:46 PM
Bitcoin can never reduce corruption, instead it can proliferate corruption since bitcoin's transaction is super anonymous that there is no information of the sender or the receiver of bitcoin that is why, bitcoin is a perfect tool for criminals to commit crimes.
603  Economy / Speculation / Re: Right time to buy bitcoin on: January 13, 2018, 01:05:29 PM
Wait for it until it reaches its lowest price as it continuously goes down. Investors are waiting for the big dip to happen and that's the right time to invest and buy. For those who panic sell their bitcoins, they will probably regret it for selling it at a lower price.
604  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Buy the dip, 2018 edition on: January 11, 2018, 03:36:19 PM
we are experiencing another beautiful dip because of some new FUD on the media and some weak hands panic selling their coins again.

so far the bottom has been tested at least twice in a major dip and another time in another small dip.

there is a pretty good chance that this time if we get over this dip, it will be the last dip that we are going to see this month.

#bullish

I am also waiting until the deepest dip of bitocin's market value has reached so i can buy some at very low price. I believe things will get to normal again anytime soon and that will be the start for bitcoin's price hike that will even surpass its highest market value ever recorded last year.
605  Economy / Speculation / Re: Reasons why Bitcoin is droping: on: January 11, 2018, 03:28:30 PM
I might agree with that as well because as we can see, bitcoin seems so stagnant these days which keep me wondering what's the reason behind it. Lots of expectations that its market value will rise but that seems to be far from reality now.
606  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Should I invest in Bitcoin? on: January 11, 2018, 12:29:41 AM
It can bring you a good profit but do not invest all your savings or a sum that you can`t afford to charge back in case you lose it on trade,

Yes before you invest, you have to be very firm with your decision and bear in mind that investing in bitcoin is a bit risky. So "Do not invest what you can't afford to lose", as what the saying goes. Since you are planning to invest, i advise you to invest also in alternate coins because having a diversified investment is great.
607  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: I need an opinion on rejecting a job offer or crypto on: January 11, 2018, 12:24:45 AM
I have opportunity in overseas job around 1000 usd. but my mind now not in a stable manner.

please guide me whats the best option doing crypto currency on the home or move to the job overseas?

First, what's the nature of your job you are planning abroad? Is it on-field job and you have to work day and night? Well i don't think so because you will still have freetime after your work though. So that free time of yours can be spent in cryptos besides, doing it is not a hard task to do so you can actually work abroad while you are engaged in cryptos.
608  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Is holding bitcoin Greedy? on: January 10, 2018, 11:59:45 PM
It's a big NO just like holding your stocks and wait for the proper time to sell it in a very right time where its price is high. I think that's a very basic principle when you hold stock because you want to earn real profit in the proper time.
609  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Unconfirmed bitcoin transaction : (was my fee too small?) on: January 10, 2018, 11:47:01 PM
Transaction fee may be the number 1 culprit right there. Just like having transaction in ED before and didn't know the standard gas price is much higher than before so it took a couple of hours before it was confirmed. But my experience in hitbtc is way more awful than in ED when it took almost 5 days for my btc transaction to get confirmed.
610  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Why Bitcoin is going down? on: January 10, 2018, 11:37:20 PM
Seeing bitcoin's market value falls down is just natural for bitcoin and other digital currencies around. Maybe investors are selling some of their bitcoins or maybe the demand of bitcoin today is low after the Christmas holidays. Well, i just don't know. That's what keeps on bothering me too as to why bitcoin is so stagnant these days.
611  Economy / Economics / Re: plan for the future with bitcoin on: January 10, 2018, 11:02:48 AM
Bitcoin has brought to us a lot of opportunities to make create a bright future.

A future that is way more brighter than what we ever think of. It gives you an optimistic view of what your future looks like and will give you the economic freedom. With the profit i can get from it, i will use it to invest in alternate coins with great potentials and of course, i will also try investing in ICO.
612  Economy / Economics / Re: If Bitcoin had a stable price, would it still be as popular? on: January 10, 2018, 10:59:44 AM
Do you think if BTC had a stable price which could only be altered by $0.01-0.10 it would still be as popular and as used?

Yes as long as the name is there, bitcoin will always be popular and mainstream. Bitcoin has been the alpha of all digital currencies and the trust of people will remain even if it goes for a stable price for a long time.
613  Economy / Economics / Re: Is an economy without physical money safe for the poorest? on: January 10, 2018, 08:47:26 AM
I think it is not safe for the poorest since transacting bitcoins and cryptos need a device that is a bit expensive for the poor and even very expensive for the poorest. Does they need to buy computer, smart phone, and an internet connection so that they can buy food to eat? This is one of the reality that might happen in a cashless society and i hope this drawback will be resolved before we can have this so called cashless community.
614  Economy / Economics / Re: DON'T DO PANIC SELLING !!! on: January 10, 2018, 08:41:46 AM
Panic selling could be catastrophic when you are selling most of your Bitcoin (BTC). Bitcion is known for its volatility so it is just normal that its market value will plummet down but it is proven too that it will always come back. Just relax, HODL all your coins and wait for the proper time to sell it.
615  Economy / Economics / Re: Is bitcoin a good way to invest your money ? on: January 09, 2018, 10:45:50 PM
If you can earn profit from your investment, then it can be consider as a good investment. I believe that we have the right decision to invest in bitcoin since its value is increasing very fast.   

That's on the brighter side of investing in bitcoin because we know that its market value is volatile. But what about if its market value goes down deep? What's the best way of investing your money is to invest also in alt coins. Diversifying always makes you feel confident because you are not only putting your money in a single currency so that if the other will fall, you have always plan B as your backup.
616  Economy / Economics / Re: how can bitcoin help the community? on: January 09, 2018, 10:37:04 PM
Bitcoin helps the community by giving such enough offer of salary or profit for those who access and as a member or a registered bitcoiner.

On top of that, bitcoin is giving you opportunity to earn it here without even pulling out your money from your pocket because everything from campaign are all free of registration. In short, the opportunities of campaign from bounty are life-changing for those who are in desperate to have a decent work, thus, bitcoin reduces unemployment rate and can lift a nation's economy.
617  Economy / Economics / Re: How bitcoin can help for working abroad specially OFW on: January 09, 2018, 10:31:15 PM
Bitcoin or cryptocurrency is the most easiest and convenient way of money remittance, online payment for goods and services and others. I even heard about an ICO (SalPay) that aims to move payroll across-bordermoney, money remittance of OFW working abroad to their loved ones in the  Philippines with ease and safe.
618  Economy / Economics / Re: STOP #HODL go #INWEST on: January 09, 2018, 10:24:00 PM
Do not #HODL go #INWEST support start-ups

Maybe you are making a hashtag INVEST and as what i can see it, bitcoin is becoming stagnant the past few days and the graph even shows that its market cap and price are decreasing significantly. So i think it's really time to invest on something new and try some legit and promising upcoming ICOs.
619  Economy / Economics / Re: 2017 Was Bitcoin's Year. 2018 Will Be ....... on: January 09, 2018, 10:15:45 PM
Since bitcoin is being dominant through the years, there is no reason i will give my vote to any other crypto than Bitcoin. We can say that altcoins will rise and have a good run this year too but at the end of the day, bitcoin's dominance remains.
620  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: The price of Ethereum reached a historical maximum of 1000 $ on: January 09, 2018, 06:07:11 PM
And not only ETH reached the 1K USD mark of its market value, it also climbed back and regained the second highest market cap in the cryptoworld and i think that this year is for ETH to grow more and more.
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