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781  Other / Off-topic / Re: What wallets do you use? on: October 29, 2017, 06:05:55 AM
I'm using spectocoin wallet, but I don't feel safe with it, so I'm lookin for a good wallet right now to move my bitcoin.


I am looking for a good wallet for my bitcoin too since i have read an article about wallet owner who claimed that his bitcoin got hacked even with 2 factor authentication was on and it makes me nervous. I think i will use one of these 2017 Best Bitcoin Wallet available in the market. You may try and pick which one to choose sir.
782  Local / Pilipinas / Re: FAILON NGAYON (BITCOIN SCAM) on: October 29, 2017, 04:39:12 AM
Siguro hindi ngreresearch ang nagbabalita nito pati na yung sumali sa investment scam na bitcoin ang ginamit. Gaya na lang ng pluggle, isa'ng pyramiding scheme at ngayong bago lang, binabalaan na ng SEC ang sinuman na sumali sa pluggle ay pwede makasohan.
Ang problema lang, dinadamay nila ang bitcoin sa pamamaraan ng kanilang MLM scheme of business. Pano ba naman maging scam ang bitcoin eh sinabi nga ng Central Bank of the Philippines na tangkilikin ang paggamit ng bitcoin dahil may nagagawa ito na hindi magagawa ng iba'ng entity when it comes to online payment.
783  Local / Pilipinas / Re: Rank and activity update on: October 27, 2017, 06:03:33 AM
Kapag po ba nag post or comment ako sa ibang forum, like Bitcoin discussion counted pa din ba un sa profile ko o kailangan dito lang sa Philippine forum para ma update and activity or ang pag rank ng account.

Thanks in Advance

Counted po yan sir kahit saan pero para sa newbie, mas mabuti kung sa Offtopic board ka na lang magpaparank.
Tungkol din naman sa activities at ranking, kada labing-apat na araw pa ito o katumbas ng dalawang linggo bago mag-uupdate ang activity mo at para naman sa karagdaga'ng detalye sa number of activities for each rank, heto po ang sample thread.
784  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Will Bitcoin be too big to fail? on: October 27, 2017, 05:27:01 AM
Given its market value today, it'll be of course too big to fail if its market value starts to plummet today and never rise again. But that scenario is second to none, IMO. So why not just ride and enjoy the show this cryptocurrency has bring?
785  Other / Off-topic / Re: Are bitcoins only for the educated and knowledgeable people only? on: October 27, 2017, 05:11:22 AM
For me, it isn't. We have different talent and knowledge on how we give and do stuff that we love. Bitcoins are for everyone and we have the chance to try or even have this to earn and save money for our future.

How about you guys? Is it only for the educated and knowledgeable people only?

Like you said, bitcoin isn't only for the educated and knowledgeable people. As what i have known from a cryptocurrency junkie who said that bitcoin is currency for the people. There are lots of educated and knowledgeable people around but are not very good in planning and not risk takers. They tend to panic and sell their tokens immediately as soon as the token's market value plummets or rises. But there are uneducated and not so knowledgeable in cryptocurrency but has the heart of HODLing their coins for a better market value in the future.
786  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Why you should focus more on saving bitcoins than selling your bitcoins on: October 27, 2017, 05:05:51 AM
The effect is the same if you sell your bitcoins rather than HODLing it. If others sell their coins because of its current market value, they might miss the opportunity of selling it for a better price in the following days to come. In the case of HODLing the coins, they might risk of selling it in a more cheaper price as its market value plummets down and never rises back.
787  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: how to secure bitcoin wallet?? on: October 27, 2017, 04:53:44 AM
hacker are always trying to take money from wallet. I am very worried about the security of my wallet. what are the best way to secure wallet so that my bitcoin will always safe and secured. help me to find me the ways.

What wallet you are referring to sir? Web wallet is way better than hard wallet as far as security is concerned. Aside from having a 2-Factor Authentication, you can verify the site between a legit and a phishing by just checking the SSL certificates.
788  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Will Bitcoin be too big to fail? on: October 25, 2017, 06:09:22 AM
That's beyond our expectations. It will only goes to two different ways. One is that , it will be good for us if bitcoin will continue to dominate the cryptoworld for the coming decades. It will be an epic fail if it will stop, otherwise.
789  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Why is bitcoin the most popular cryptocurrency? on: October 24, 2017, 02:32:39 AM
I believe that they're popular mainly because well it was the first of all cryptocurrencies to be made. Honestly most of the other coins are scams and greedy ways that the developers make money. The only other coin I can think of that isn't a scam are dogecoins! What do you think?

Bitcoin is undoubtedly the most popular digital coin in the cryptoworld because most of the people benefited from it long before these altcoins came. On top of that, the trust and confidence of using it instilled on the mind of these people and pass them through generation. Bitcoin is stable and always be the mainstream of cryptoworld.
790  Local / Pilipinas / Re: Will Bitcoin reach 10k by the end of the year 2017? on: October 24, 2017, 02:03:44 AM
Bitcoin has been volatile but it reached 6.2K few days and retraced back to 5800 (current posting 10/23/2017).  Do you think we will see 10K by end of this year?

Bitcoin's graph has proven the expectations of some to be wrong when its market value skyrocketed to 6k mark. I too expected that it will only reach 5k before this year ends but the graph clearly defy all that. I think it will go for 10K mark on or before December 31. Who knows? That's bitcoin. Full of expectations.
791  Local / Pilipinas / Re: san mo ilalagay ang btc this coming hardfork and 2x? on: October 23, 2017, 02:37:22 PM
ano or saan mo ilalagay ang btc mo this coming hardfork.?

Ako gusto ko sa bittrex ilipat ang bitcoins ko bago ang hardfork ng bitcoin pero may balita kasi na maraming account ang nagkakaproblema kasi di na nila maaccess account nila sa bittrex. Nakakatakot naman po kasi baka isa ka sa mga mkakaexperience ng mga inconveniences sa bittrex kaya naisip ko rin na icoconvert ko na lang bitcoin ko sa PHP para icashout.
792  Local / Altcoins (Pilipinas) / Re: Let's talk about Alt Coins on: October 23, 2017, 02:26:09 PM
ang mga bago sa panahon na to is yung mga erc 20 token na ginagamit ang ethereum instead ng bitcoin blockchain,
mas mabilis kasi sa transaction madalas din gamitin yang mga token nayan sa ICO at airdrop Smiley

wow ok pala talaga mag invest ngaun sa mga ICO ... bossing ano po yung Airdrop na tinatawag?

Ang airdrop po ay isa'ng paraan ng mga developer or ICO para mang.engganyo ng mga bagong user ng coins or mga investors para mag.invest na rin sa coins nila. Kadalasan itong ginagawa ng mga ICO dahil isa ito sa kanilang estratehiya at ang coins na ito ay libre na ipinamimigay bago o pagkatapos ng ICO.
793  Local / Altcoins (Pilipinas) / Re: etherdelta how to withdraw Eth? on: October 23, 2017, 02:21:56 PM
There are instructional videos and explanation available online if you search google. Shouldn't be too difficult.

In addition to that, we also have a website that hosts millions of videos like youtube. Viewing tutorial videos is more likely informative than in any other means of tutorial media, IMO.
794  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Will bitcoin end? on: October 23, 2017, 12:18:42 PM
Bitcoin right now keeps on increasing its value, and many more cryptocurrencies are occurring.
Do you think someday bitcoin will end or will be replace by other cryptocurrencies?

Is it too late to invest?
Is there a chance that bitcoin will be down?

The graph shows that bitcoin's market value keeps on rising and even exceeds the expectations of others as it goes to 6k mark. Bitcoin may end or what others told it that it's like a bubble waiting to pop and and Eth will be the next big thing in the cryptoworld. Investing in bitcoin is not yet late too since i believe that bitcoin hasn't reached its peak yet.
795  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: About bitcoin being called a Ponzi scheme. on: October 23, 2017, 12:09:36 PM
For those who said that bitcoin is a Ponzi scheme, they are just too lazy to do some research, uneducated, and worst - close-minded people. I have read an article by a crypto trader regarding how to convince people about the good news of what bitcoin brings and how these close-minded person responded. It's just a matter of how you introduce bitcoin to them without hurting their egos.
796  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: How much closer is Bitcoin to being mainstream? on: October 23, 2017, 11:57:01 AM
It's already a mainstream since ICOs are growing more these days raising for bitcoin and other alternate cryptocurrencies to support their project. It's market value being dominant (even if it has not reached its peak yet) against all alt coins is enough to prove that it's already the mainstream of cryptocurrency world.
797  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: How long bitcoin will survive ? on: October 23, 2017, 11:38:46 AM
Have you guys ever think to how long is bitcoin will survive in this world ? Well, I mean is there anything that can make bitcoin bankrupt or low price, then possibly will make bitcoiners doesn't want to invest anymore. And also is there any solution to avoid those thing. Just wonder to know.

I tried to think about when bitcoin will end but my mind keeps on telling me that this coin will last long by just looking at the graph. Maybe we all gone here but bitcoin will still remain and continues to dominate in the cryptoworld.
798  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What are the most common uses of Bitcoin? on: October 23, 2017, 11:27:10 AM
As we all know, bitcoin is a digital currency used to pay products and other services. It is in relation with a paper money with some key difference and usage and that's maybe on the bright side of btc.
On the other hand, bitcoin can also be used  to pay products like drugs, illegal firearms, for illicit acts without being caught by authorities since you are transacting it online with no information of yourself is involved.
799  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Does Satoshi Nakamoto Matter? on: October 23, 2017, 11:02:42 AM
So I've seen many threads created about Satoshi Nakamoto, the so called creator of Bitcoin. Which brought me to this question, Does Satoshi Nakamoto matter?
Especially now that bitcoin is being accepted quite well, and also its value rising every day.
Does it matter who its creator is? Or is he dead or alive or what he has to say?
What impact will any of this can have on bitcoin today or tomorrow?

Satoshi Nakamoto is the creator of bitcoin as we know it. The name may be a single person or a group but that doesn't matter at all. As we can see, this digital currency seems to be a long term currency and so stable by just looking at the graph. What matters most is the market value of bitcoin that is drastically rising that could even reach hundreds of thousands in the coming years.
800  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Is Bitcoin really secure? on: October 22, 2017, 04:42:30 PM
I think bitcoin is really secure. With its ups and downs encountered over the past few years, it still showed to us how tough this alpha of crytpocurrency by giving us a graph that's so dominant in terms of market value.
If it is not secure, then maybe bitcoin is long gone already.
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