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221  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: What are the Best Coins to Buy? on: September 05, 2018, 05:42:12 PM
Hold your BTC at the same way as hold your horses in buying Bitcoin. In my sight, I see the midrange or midpoint between my selling point and buying point. I don't know if other people has the same sight as me, since the market has been slow in its increase, I had adjusted my range of selling point and buying point. Go with BTC for now, if you can't help it. It might take time for altcoin to catch up with the current percentage of increase in Bitcoin. There is a bit of difference of course in its increase and it won't always be exact.
222  Economy / Speculation / Re: Price in the Market on: September 05, 2018, 05:39:10 PM
Not typically impossible . Through strategies. What strategy? Your fiat money will go in places. Where? Different coins in the market. Simply look in the top coins and buy a bit since most of them are gonna be quite high in rate when you buy it. But if you're truly a hard believer, you could simply buy any other than outside the top 50 but don't expect them to give you that much of a return and that is a lot of risk involved.
223  Economy / Marketplace / Re: Trading, campaigns, gambling or mining? on: September 05, 2018, 05:34:08 PM
- Never initialize in gamblings ever unless you're in a state of earning a single cent as your passive income.
-Campaigns aren't reliable if you're in the state of wanting a passive income. It is a good startup to earn a bit for your trading
- Then there goes trading, either you go full-time trading or sideline trading, pick your poison. The earnings from campaign could help you start up with that as previously stated before.
- Finally, when you're now in the state of getting big in trading and you're confident in sustaining a bit then why not think of building a rig for mining now. It is another block for a passive income anyway, but make sure that you could handle the electricity costs though. It depends on various countries.
-Optionally, go gambling if you're in a surplus. You never know how luck you can be in the RNG world.

All of these are attainable, just do it in procedure Wink
224  Economy / Marketplace / Re: Main reason behind crypto currencies red market in 2018 on: September 05, 2018, 05:24:57 PM
Absolutely true Smiley. I am not surprised since it is a market filled with high level of speculation anyway.

I am not really sure what they want to be comparing, but the thing is last year being a bullish year brought about a lot of greed into the market with so many people wanting to get rich overnight, new investors with no knowledge of how to effectively partake in ICOs popping in and a lot of scammers using this as an advantage.

These days, it was hard to see a scam ICO that would not end up being known before even attempting to scam any investor. As far as I am concerned, investors were more gullible last year than this year.

Their ignorance leaves what comes into them anyway but then they whine those scams while not even trying to gain at least a single IQ on what should be their parameters in choosing an ICO to invest at. I just heard also that ICO were booming before, can't truly remember what year it was.
225  Economy / Marketplace / Re: Cryptocurrency is Great, But How Many Persons Know That? on: September 05, 2018, 05:13:44 PM
Very less peoples know about the cryptocurrencies and i think that as many as peoples possible should come to know about the cryptocurrencies so that even they can earn a better living with good profits into the Cryptos world. The peoples related to the cryptocurrencies are the happiest and also have a stable financial life so it is really great about the cryptocurrencies.
Yeah in fact the knowledge is different from awareness. Some just knew the word Bitcoin or cryptocurrency but then they don't how it works. Ask them what is the blockchain technology and those people will be left to blank in an instant unless they're too tech-savvy and pretty much most of the common terminologies in the computer field is already part of their knowledge.
226  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Can my BTC used for real world trading in the future? on: September 05, 2018, 05:03:43 PM
Is there something I can do with my tokens?
It depends if your tokens actually has a decent real world use-case or if it's just total crap.

I mean buy or trade my BTC’s for something real.
If you're asking if there's some places where you can use your bitcoin to buy "something real", then yes. You can buy items from Amazon through purse.io

I thought I was doomed for real that I can't utilize Bitcoin for buying something in Amazon. I thought it was still on the state of the usual acceptance of payment method(usage of c/r and d/r cards). Here in my country, Lazada is yet the most convenient way to buy something. Lazada isn't local so it might adopt the usage of Bitcoin really soon though.
227  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Where do you sell coins ? on: September 05, 2018, 04:55:44 PM
Considering that I had mentioned a lot that I sell through Binance and EtherDelta when it comes to my tokens. I sell my BTC to my local wallet sometimes where it allows you to send the BTC to Local currency equivalent to the nearest remittance centers around me. Quite the convenience, I know. It is also allowing the conversion of ETH where that becomes my bridge to pay for the gas fee in these mentioned exchanges.
228  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Can I daily earn 10% on: September 05, 2018, 04:48:48 PM
You cant because that is not possible. Everyone would have done the same and would have taken big lessons to do it. However, earning upto 10% is only possible if you have proper trading skills and this would be about the day trade I guess. Because there is no other way which can efficiently earn you everyday. However with day trade you can earn around 2-3% of the profits daily which is 4-6 dollars of your total amount. However, this all be followed by some risks where crypto might be getting very mean and may be dumping itself below your entry point of trade and thus loosing you more than 10% in single day. If that happens then you have to start from the beginning and thus this cycle could be hard to get more than 10% profits daily. Go for the small amounts.
Oh, it's a pity, I also wanted to earn so, I really thought there is such an opportunity. I also trade on the stock market during the day. In most cases, this is called arbitration. But I don't have very good results. About 2-3%, as you wrote. Sometimes even in minus'm leaving. I agree that this a fairy tale. But personally, I have not tried signals from various traders, they say they give a great result. I haven't.

10% daily is too much although is a near to almost near to impossible unless you're sprinkling out your coins in different alts. It is nothing to be pity of since you can't drive the market to make your wish like that come true. It is like throwing a coin in a wishing well while that wish still will evaluate on its own and not from your strategy, although your strategy could help it to reduce the losses and obviously the risk.
229  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: What is the Best Trading Platform for Newbies? on: September 05, 2018, 04:38:24 PM
Actually there isn't that much of a preference when you're starting up as a newbie. Even if you trade in a large exchanges already, it doesn't affect your profitability but instead your strategies does though. Binance and EtherDelta is what I had been using since my start in trading and no problems were occuring lately. Of course there could be issues of inconvenience where you might experience server overload upon entering the site, but it isn't gonna be that much of an issue if you're not in full-time trading.
230  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Why token pay for listing of exchangers on: September 05, 2018, 04:30:48 PM
In ICOs, it happens that's why in some bounty hunter's beloved campaign, there are chosen exchanges on where you can trade that specific token. There are exchanges that don't support ERC-20 Tokens, so there's that for some exclusions or exceptions. There are some coins that dries out overnight, they simply call it "shitcoin" where it just lays there and rendered useless after the tokens were all dumped.
231  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Does Altcoin price depend on BTC or ETH?? on: September 05, 2018, 04:12:36 PM
Of course the price of any altcoin depends on the price of bitcoin and ethereum.
This is clearly visible on any price chart. especially when there is such a high volatility on the market.
The price chart of a coin is very similar to each other.

Watch what you're saying there. Not technically all the time. Then it means Bitcoin and ETH could've been drowned down below the top 50 coins in CMC if you believe that altcoins follow up in its price. You know that there are a lot of coins to invest in there and saying that they really follow these two doesn't just make any sense at all. There is a big difference between the two although occasionally the trends is what altcoin follows. It is becoming of an image that they follow Bitcoin and ETH due to them being crypto coins.
232  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Crypto Trade and Power of Knowledge on: September 05, 2018, 04:07:42 PM
Be thirsty for knowledge. Blockchain technology and crypto trade are new spheres when compared to mainstream industries and much is in development right now. Knowing more will increase your success chances, build up your trading portfolio but also the quality of analysis you do on daily basis. Investigate things that have nothing to do with trading but can help you understand the market better.
Each day there are exciting discoveries that can change the face of the crypto world drastically. Understanding them will help you develop your own strategy, design more effective analysis, and generally improve your trading skills.

PS: For trade-only education, visit our website, https://www.cryptocointrade.com. You may find an interesting thing or two while reading our articles. And it is completely for free, so no losses on anyone's side Smiley
Of a truth knowledge play a very significant role in your trading success.  Those that lost money in trading do so because of lack of knowledge on how to analyze the market and find trading opportunity including setting stop loss and takes profit.
Actually, knowledge plays a very huge role to every decision anyone wants to make be it, crypto investment  trading or even outside cryptocurrency. The reason why some have ended up making regrettable decisions is because they lack the required information needed to know how they should go about certain decisions. Laziness is not an excuse when it comes to learning and if you get it wrong in that aspect, you will end up screwed.

Yes and in fact it isn't just how we apply our "proper" view into it through confidence. They are the emotions that keeps us away from making bad decisions and that is pretty much all about it. The technicality isn't still there and technicality is still needed in trading because for the obvious reason that you're dealing with technology and it isn't just a simple equations in any arithmetic operations in math on how easy it is to understand.
233  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Zero Fee Trading? on: September 05, 2018, 03:37:49 PM
Never did a trade that has zero fees although I might not be out of my shell yet to explore other exchanges out there. Although I don't think that fees would impact the rate of exchanges. I think it is fairly dependent on how heavy of a load does the exchange carry in order to sustain these trades coming in, from deposits to withdrawals. However in Binance, I had traded with such low-fee and I am okay with that.
234  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Things required for trading apart from investment? on: September 05, 2018, 03:28:03 PM
Don't just consider the emotion that they should adjust upon trading. Yes, I agree that through confidence and patience, it can help them make a better decision but that doesn't end there. People still need to apply proper logical thinking in their trades. Quantitative variable or qualitative variable? Also consider from your quote, OP, that emotion by confidence and patience requires an application and not simply applying it into your emotional/psychological status but also in practical/technical thinking.
235  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Would you trade your Bitcoins? Which Altcoin do you prefer? on: September 05, 2018, 02:58:05 PM
Well personally, holding Bitcoin for now would be my strategy. Until a bull whispers, then I will now start looking at CMC on what should be the coin that I can invest in. Right now it doesn't seem like it is, but it is teasing that bulls might arrive soon. Not anytime soon, frankly. In the past, I invested in AION and I might look forward into buying more tokens in the future.
236  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Crypto Bull Run!!! on: September 05, 2018, 02:22:16 PM
Nah, you're still exaggerating too much. Voted for "not even close yet". It doesn't mean that if it passed the 7k then it means it is a bull run now (ranging from 6k to 7k) although that 1k is a bit "of a lot", it is still not that significant gains to call it a bull run. Oh wait, last time of my price check, it was 7.2k then held back to 7k flat. If it is a bull run, it could've gone near 8k now where optimism usually occurs within that range.
237  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: You determine when to lose or make money, Stop Blaming the Market on: September 05, 2018, 02:10:50 PM
I never blame the market for my lose. If I make profit then profit goes on me if I make lose then also lose goes on me. I am only responsible for my profit and lose. When market goes wrong I mean if I hope for up but it goes down then I must stop invest for that time. If I have coins already then I sure try for sell to reduce my lose. When market goes down for long time then sure I can make profit if I buy when the price was lower. This is simple.     

Well why would you even blame the market anyways. It's not like the market will adjust itself for you and market is not special for you, not in the degree of "not that special". We listen to the market, then we act upon what it whispers in our ears and it is upon our own interpretation and it is frankly different interpretations depending how we aim for our goals and what we aim in our profits.
238  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Margin Trading during a possible bull market? on: September 05, 2018, 01:18:58 PM
Never heard of BitMex or I am just a side trader living under a rock. I am simply doing my bull trade in Binance and so far nothing is too bad about the trades lately. I kinda have the misconception of margin trading in the first place, but even I don't do it I think you won't have problem with Binance. Try it or at least EtherDelta.
239  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: 5 Big mistakes for a beginner in cryptocurrencies ✌ on: September 05, 2018, 12:50:45 PM
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Such common guidelines now these days and still people lost their wallets in exchanges, it is a matter of greed or can I safely say "laziness" that some traders do leading to their own ignorance and trap. It is funny that some loans in banks just to invest in crypto and expect that they can nourish that loan within just a few months while they actually don't.
240  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Patience is the most important thing on: September 05, 2018, 12:11:34 PM
No. Patience isn't the most important thing but it is one of the highest thing you need to consider as a trader in the market since its conversion to US Dollars aren't that stable to be recognized as your profit and holding will be the foolish or the best decision you'll ever made. Who knows anyway. But don't rely too much on having patience. You could be waiting for a year now and still not earning any. Use that trading device of yours to choose what you want to do to maximize your profit. They aren't there just to tell you that you need to sell or buy. It is there actively to let you decide what you want to do strategically.
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