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341  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Be calm when the market falls on: July 17, 2018, 04:21:55 PM
Such generic and cliche' strategy now these days, like people will try to take this seriously and still get disappointed in the end. Getting out of the fall from the market like these days using this strategy could just let you cope out with it but how about extending people's mindset in trading now that they shouldn't just wait for the market to get back. Hodl will always work but to add a plus to helping people out, how about suggesting people the coins that they could invest in that particular time.
342  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: For this reason, wouldn't ETH be the future of all crypto? on: July 17, 2018, 04:12:48 PM
-snip-

I know there are many shit-projects under the Ethereum blockchain, but I am not worried about those, because we (the users of crypto) will figure that out and simply not use them. But every now and then a great project arises that can give a lot of value to making solutions in the world. Just wanted to hear your opinion on this.

There are scams from the ICOs coming in. Do you think that people will just simply disregard those scams? No matter how your persuasion succeed in getting into people's mind, the fact that these frauds are still happening. I remembered the contribution scam that happened into my country just few months ago, when people invested in a legit looking project, it involved Bitcoin or at least used its name. Imagine seeing that news while promoting ETH. Do you think you can persuade them out of it?
343  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: what do you think about pump and dump? on: July 17, 2018, 03:28:43 PM
It is kind of an unfair game for people just looking to invest as their side time. I had never invested in too much alt coins in the market, but considering the term it got for some altcoin growing in the market. It just seems like to be an unfair game. Large investor investing in with large amount and limited people could just get the most of their portfolio because once the whales or the large investors exited out, it is almost gonna drain the bucket for the majority.
344  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Reason why bitcoin won't last long (which are you afraid of?) on: July 17, 2018, 02:52:49 PM
-snip
1: Exposure to Bitcoin-Specific Scams and Fraud.
2: Black Market Activity May Damage Reputation and Usefulness.
3: Susceptible to High Price Volatility.
4: No Chargebacks or Refunds.
5: Potential to Be Replaced by Superior Cryptocurrency.
6:Environmental Ills of Bitcoin Mining.
7: Bitcoins Are Not Widely Accepted.
8: Wallets Can Be Lost.
9: Risk of Unknown Technical Flaws
10: No Physical Form

-snip-

1. Bitcoin isn't primarily just an investment. Those ICO scams have nothing to do directly with Bitcoin or even Ethereum. It is gonna depend upon how people see Bitcoin, either investment or a currency. People need to be more educated rather than simply aware on the existence of cryptocurrency around the world.

2. Even in fiat currency, illegal markets are still running though. This wouldn't be so much of an issue if people or the government would understand the similarities of how transactions works.

3. Volatility is like a 50/50 effect to people. I mean greed can be the positive factor to these and people would take advantage of its price to be invested at. Greed isn't always gonna be a bad factor.

4.I don't see why would I be afraid of something that I should be responsible of in case I messed up my transaction. I think it primarily relies to the one who sends whether he or she screwed the address he is gonna send at.

5. This is still not yet known. It is possible, but I might not expect it to happen as of yet. It can cause fear but not that fear that would make me draw out away from Bitcoin.

6. This is entirely dependent to those miners on how they optimize their mining processes. It is up to them on how they make its surroundings be noted to make the mining rig more efficient and less likely to cause any hazards.

7.Its acceptance is still in progress, we can't say that it is not widely accepted just because it is getting different bans like in Bangladesh. Once major adoption has reached its cap, other countries might or might not follow up to it.

8. Digital storage will depend upon the user handling it. I am sure that even common technology users know the drills in keeping their files in case something unexpected happens. I am talking about those wallets that are being handled by the user themselves which means also they are the one handling the private keys and not those online wallet sites.

9. What do you mean by technical flaws? Unstable network or something like that? Whenever you ask anything related to that, it isn't an issue to be honest. You might just getting slow transaction confirmation at times but that isn't really an issue.

10. It is digital. Nothing much to explain after that.
345  Economy / Economics / Re: Elevator down and stairs up for BTC? on: July 16, 2018, 10:38:39 AM
I even see neither of those two. It is like stuck or stabilized in a line. It doesn't matter anyway as long as buying BTC would be profitable. I have been observing it since last week and it doesn't show any significant gains as of now. Consider these times as the opportunities now to buy more and more. There is nothing yet in my radar that it is gonna increase soon. It isn't gonna be another deja vu in 2017. Although we can expect for it to finalize its movement upon reaching the last half of the year.
346  Economy / Services / Re: Nexybit Hybrid Exchange Signature Campaign - full till 7/16 on: July 15, 2018, 02:18:43 PM
Just leaving it here, in case there is gonna be an open spot in 7/16
Name: isaac_clarke22
Rank: Member
Nexybit ID: isaacclarke22
Nexybit Exclusive Bitcoin Address: 32XgYeWj6jVeLHpZNUbC1t7YFc2ZbyDjsQ
347  Local / Philippines / Re: [BEWARE] Avoid putting this on your Profile Information on: July 14, 2018, 11:55:40 AM
Judging sa mga post history niya, nilalagay niya sa alanganin ang kanyang account.

That happens all the time during that time because they still do not know the future of bitcoin. Mining on 2011 would not take so much effort and money, during that time mining is so easy to do. Maybe if he realize soon the future of bitcoin he might do stuff like security and taking care of what he have.

If you bought on early december well it was a good move becuase you able to sold it times two. But buying bitcoin with 17k price because you believed that it will pump more like 50k then feel sorry for you. You just lost a lot of money and might never get it back.

Walang masama sa pag pepersonalize ng sariling profile. Kung patuloy tuloy naman siyang nakakakuha ng merits sa kalidad na posts ay maaaring sarcasm lang dating nung personal text na ganyan. Pero kung sadyang shitposter na yung user, sabay maglalagay pa ng ganyang personal text ay nakakadegrade na yan sa imahe ng mismong user o mas malala pa.

May doubts ako na makakareceive siya ng red trust dahil hindi naman pagsasayangan ng oras ng mga DT ang mga ganitong type ng user. Iwas iwas na lang sa mga ganitong akto kung wala naman masyadong maipapakitang pruweba na dapat talaga bigyan ng merits ang isang user.
348  Local / Altcoins (Philippines) / Re: [TUTORIAL] Paano ibenta ang iyong token/coins sa mga exchanges? on: July 14, 2018, 08:13:10 AM
-snip- Kapatid maaari bang magiwan ka din ng article tungkol sa pagtransfer ng crypto mula myetherwallet papuntang coins.ph? -snip-

Maaari mong itransfer ang iyong ETH mula MyEtherWallet patungong wallet mo sa coins.ph sa pamamaraang "Send Ether & Tokens"  sa https://www.myetherwallet.com/#send-transaction, iopen mo wallet mo doon.



To Address - dito mo pupunan ang address ng iyong pagpapadalahan ng token o ETH. Ang ETH address mo sa coins.ph ay matatagpuan mo dito.
Paalala: Iba ang address mo sa Bitcoin, Philippine Peso at sa ETH, kaya siguraduhing ETH Address ang iyong nakopya.





Amount to Send - dami ng ETH o tokens na iyong ipapadala. Sa iyong sitwasyon na gusto mong magsend ng ETH ilagay mo lang ang dami ng ETH na nais mo isend.
Paalala: Siguraduhin lamang na ETH ang iyong pinapadala at hindi token!

Gas Limit - gaano karaming gas ang iyong nais ibayad para sa iyong transaksyon. Nagbabago ito depende sa dami ng tokens or ETH na nais mo ipadala

Matapos mong punan lahat ng kinakailangan, click lang ang "Generate Transaction" tapos "Send Transaction" tapos "Yes I am sure! Make Transaction". Siguraduhin lamang na may sobrang ETH para sa Gas Fee, kabayan.
349  Local / Altcoins (Philippines) / Re: [TUTORIAL] Paano ibenta ang iyong token/coins sa exchanges? on: July 14, 2018, 06:54:28 AM
May mga pagkakataon na wala sa EtherDelta ang iyong nasabing tokens. Gawin lamang ang mga sumusunod:

1. Habang nakaimport ang iyong MyEtherWallet sa EtherDelta, click lamang ang pilian ng tokens na mayroon sa exchange at i scroll mo hanggang sa pinakababa at click "Other".





2. Hihingian ka ng contract address, name ng token, at bilang ng decimals. Maaari mo itong makita sa bounty campaign thread na sinalihan mo o kaya nama'y sa main site ng bounty na sinasalihan mo. Halimbawa ko ulit ang AION token:



3. Enter mo ang naturang address, name, at decimals sa EtherDelta tapos click "Go".



4. Muling magloload ang EtherDelta para sa naturang token na iyong nais itrade.



Happy Trading mga kabayan!  Cheesy

Reference: https://blog.aion.network/tokenpresaleconcludes-56ff050cd5b4
350  Local / Altcoins (Philippines) / [TUTORIAL] Paano ibenta ang iyong token/coins sa mga exchanges? on: July 14, 2018, 06:52:51 AM
Para sa mga nalilito kung paano ba nila ibebenta ang kanilang tokens after nilang makuha ito sa mga bounties, sundin lamang ang mga steps na ito. Ang exchange na aking gagamitin bilang halimbawa ay EtherDelta at ang token wallet na gamit ay MyEtherWallet.

1. I open ang iyong MyEtherWallet sa https://www.myetherwallet.com/.

2. Sa isa pang tab, i open ang Etherdelta - https://etherdelta.com/.

3.
Upang mai import ang iyong MyEtherWallet sa EtherDelta, gawin lamang ang sumusunod:

    3a. Click ang Account

      

    3b. Click ang Import Account

    

    3c. Hihingiin sa iyo ng site ang ETH Address at Private Key mo

    

    3d. Kunin mo ang iyong ETH Address at Private Key sa iyong inopen na wallet sa MyEtherWallet site

    Ito ang iyong ETH Address
    

    Ito ang iyong private key (click lang yung "eye" icon para makuha mo yung mismong key)
    Paalala: Huwag mo ipapaalam sa iba ang iyong Private Key!

    


4. After mo iimport ang iyong MyEtherWallet sa EtherDelta, hanapin ang coin or token na nais ibenta dito.

  

    Halimbawa, AION tokens ang balak kong ibenta

    

5. Bago mo ibenta ang iyong token, nararapat mo muna ideposit ang iyong tokens sa EtherDelta smart contract. Click mo lang yung Deposit Tab at i enter ang amount ng tokens na nais mo ibenta. (aking naideposit na noon ang aking AION tokens kaya meron na agad amount na nakalagay sa aking EtherDelta Smart Contract ayon sa imahe)
    
    Paalala: Sa pag dedeposit ng mga tokens, kinakailangang may minimum kang .001 ETH para sa gas fee. Mag laan ng sapat na ETH para sa
     iba't ibang transaction na iyong isasagawa sa EtherDelta.

    

6. Matapos mong ideposit ang iyong tokens sa EtherDelta Smart Contract, tumingin ka sa mga Sell Order sa Order Book. (nakaindicate ito bilang mga green bars)

    

Ang Sell Orders ay naka ayon mula taas hanggang pababa na nangangahulugang nasa pinakataas ng Sell Order ang matataas na rates ng iyong maaaring ibenta.

7. Click mo ang rate na umaayon sa iyong kagustuhan o estratehiya sa pag tatrade. Aking pipiliin ang pinakataas bilang aking halimbawa.

  

  

8. Ilagay sa "Amount to Sell" ang tokens na iyong nais ibenta, tapos click "Sell Order". Asahan ang kaunting fees sa pagbebenta ng tokens. Bibigyan ka ng TXID upang malaman mo ang status ng iyong transaction o pagbebenta.

  

9. Hintayin mo dumagdag sa iyong ETH balance ang iyong naibentang tokens. After na dumagdag ang iyong balanse ng ETH sa EtherDelta Smart Contract, maaari mo na itong i withdraw sa iyong actual wallet.

  

10. Matapos mong maiwithdraw ang ETH mula EtherDelta Smart Contract hanggang actual wallet mo, maaari mo nang i alis o iout ang iyong na import na MyEtherWallet sa site kung wala ka nang nais ibenta pang tokens. Gawin lamang ang sumusunod:

    10a. Click Account sa top right corner at click forget account

    

Paaalala: Huwag maging gawain ang mag iwan ng masyadong ETH o kahit na anong token sa exchanges.

Happy Trading mga kabayan! Cheesy





    

351  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Overview of Bitcointalk Signature-Ad Campaigns [Last update: 13-Jun-2018] on: July 14, 2018, 04:23:43 AM
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Also please continue on supporting BookiePro by joining discussion on their official telegram group HERE and by visiting their website HERE

Thanks everyone for participating on this campaign.

THIS MARKS THE END OF THIS CAMPAIGN.

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352  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Re: Will you still use MEW? on: July 10, 2018, 06:26:34 PM
I never used nor heard about Hola as a VPN program. I won't ask the preference of people in VPNs and why are they're using it. I am still gonna use MEW regardless of the hacks it get, because the main security it gets is upon the user or the keeper of the private key. If you want to keep your private wallet secured, use a flashdrive and store your wallet file inside that after you trade. Never be too get triggered of the time you will consume at that security measure because it would always be 100% loss once your ignorance get you into that kind of incident. I never had any hacks into my wallet, but I think this will be a sort of precaution already for me while using MEW.  I wouldn't be so surprised that some people's MEW wallet file gets stolen because they are practically storing the file in the middle of their desktop files. Anti-virus won't be that much helpful in these kinds of cases.
353  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Are ICOs gonna end someday ? on: July 10, 2018, 06:20:31 PM
I wouldn't be so surprised that people tend to talk about ICO just because of the bounty it provides. I am slightly in guilt with that sometimes. Profit and the bounties. What gives?
Well talking about the possibility of ICO ending at some point, as long as there needs to be something to be added in the crypto world, it won't cease to exist. Just like in our modern world, there are certain entrepreneurs coming up with their own innovation from their own product and it is getting marketed once the investors know it is gonna be applicable for daily uses.
Technopreneurs are gonna be the nearest factor that will answer your questions.
354  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: I wish I dump all the BTC in late DEC 2017 on: July 10, 2018, 06:07:55 PM
I would put up that regret if Bitcoin wouldn't show any significant gains this year. That 20k era was really large and unbelievable at some degree. Many people could have dumped that day, that's why it rapidly went down throughout the succession of the next coming month combined with the panics from news and FUDs. If Bitcoin would be showing significant gains right now even if it doesn't break that 20k dream, I will try to forget the 20k era and start holding and stacking up Bitcoin.
355  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Trust you trading experience and don't panic on: July 10, 2018, 06:04:56 PM
"Experience is the best teacher." -- the cliche' belief that many people forget. The emotions emerging when we always arrive at the point of getting profit. Emotion that builds up the greed that people can't avoid to get at times of market rapid gains, then in the end the greed becomes regret. It is like that emotion is the input, greed was the process in the way that some people continue to sell and then the output was the regret. Such simple logic that is hard to accomplish by some people that are looking for good things in crypto. We can't blame them though. They have their own reasoning of why they sell or make the dumps in the market.

1. Emotion - either they are really new to trading and can handle losses yet.

2. They are simply just a side trader. I am also just trading as my sideline, but I am still managing to get the most of my coins through ignoring the price it currently has within a week while also looking for significant gains. Other traders are just reasoning that they are side trading and they would sell whenever they see such gains that are logical or reasonable for them.

3. Large traders. They could be investing in various coins, making them have some comparisons of the coins they invested before to the coins they invested right now. It causes them to sell the less promising coin and invest it instead into the current coin that they know it is gonna guarantee them good gains in the future.
356  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: How to handle tough times in cryptocurrency? on: July 10, 2018, 05:56:08 PM
Just like in war that if you don't have any spare bullet, what would you do? Either find a bullet while risking yourself (buying more) or struggle in waiting a support (holding). Both of it could help you but it is upon your interpretation on how the market is going lately. If you know it is gonna be bad with the next months why still bother buying more. If you're putting your hopes into the coin because it already happened before and this is just simply a temporary dip, why not buy more? It will pay you back once the train is already ready to run.
357  Economy / Economics / Re: I almost lost my rock solid regular job because of crypto on: July 10, 2018, 05:50:00 PM
Too obvious. If you're already stable in your current full-time job, why still choose crypto? It isn't gonna be so bad if you're just gonna go for it as a sideline, but I assume you had drained your full time into it leading you to lack of productivity in your current job. I see that you mentioned that you're trading and doing bounties. Trading would take so much of your time depending on your strategy, side trading or day trading. Were you daytrading back then? I won't be so surprised if you do. In bounties, what specific part of bounty were you joining at? Twitter? Facebook? Signature? Or even article?
Signature or even content campaign would take most of your time because the content of everything you do in both needs to be constructive in such ways.

Don't take crypto as a job. Take it as just an alternative money or simply an investment if you're looking for extra gains.
358  Economy / Economics / Re: Facebook now joining btc? on: July 10, 2018, 05:43:42 PM
From my past experience in Facebook using digital money, it was Facebook Credits in a prototype way. It was primarily used in in-game apps. It was the first centralized digital money that they had established. I don't know if they're gonna be establish new coins. So far I heard that you can send real money from the Messenger app they had provided. I wasn't using that much of Facebook, but I had read that people are allowed to do so.
359  Economy / Economics / Re: Cryptocurrency or Stock Market? on: July 10, 2018, 05:30:33 PM
The high profits in crypto (as the OP said) is almost now equivalent to high risk. It isn't gonna be invest low and get a lot of gains in the end. You're gonna be investing so much now in crypto if you want to get some better gains for a respectable amount of time. The factor that makes crypto better from stock market is its accessibility for many people. With just an internet and few paper money you spare, you could just walk in to your nearest convenience store and add funds to your fiat money and Bitcoin wallet (in accordance of the wallet I use), unlike stock market that it is so established that even government has their eyes on it and not everyone has the access to it in such way that you are still gonna travel to the stock exchange center to buy stocks. Although online purchase of stocks is happening, majority of it would accept credit card and again my focus in here is the accessibility. Not everyone has the access to make transactions through credit cards.
360  Economy / Economics / Re: Germany recognized the bitcoin on: July 10, 2018, 05:18:38 PM
"A free country should...not intervene in citizens' private choice of money." as quoted from my reference found below. Bitcoin was recognized in the way that it is not just for trading or even mining (the article didn't mention anything in its view to mining). I don't know if it isn't really tax but instead the article mentioned that Bitcoin is allowed to be used as a currency for taxes, in case that people aren't aware of it.

Article: https://bigthink.com/ideafeed/in-germany-bitcoin-is-now-legal-tender
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