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441  Economy / Economics / Re: Bitcoin plays a vital role in the economy on: June 14, 2018, 11:36:00 AM
Your statement is quite off the title. I don't see the relation between it. Anyways,  the opportunity that Bitcoin can give isn't exclusively for third world countries. You could be speaking that people in those countries are completely poor and they need to get into Bitcoin. Bitcoin opens opportunities exclusively for anyone. There is no definite requirement to get into it, except for the benefits it gives which is the KYC law in some country.
442  Economy / Digital goods / Re: I want to buy merit from a forum member ???? on: June 14, 2018, 11:29:29 AM
Okay now that you have edited your posts. You might want to lock this thread now before the tables might turn in anyway. I hope you fully understood now how merit system works.  Go to Meta thread and you will find many interesting things to read at there. Smiley
443  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: My new trading strategy, what's yours? on: June 14, 2018, 11:20:17 AM
I see. You're also contributing to the growth of possible coins appearing in the market with just few months after its succession and it is quite profitable if you're a good of reader in whitepaper with proper comprehension. I would like to ask if how much you invest and what are your standards in choosing the right ICO, because a lot of them have been complaining due to scams. Is it due to their own ignorance?
444  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: What to do now??? on: June 14, 2018, 10:31:42 AM
Oh. Do you see that 6.5k? How was it during the first week of May? Oh is it about 7k+? What happened? Did people sell now massively after that price hike. It wasn't that worth for my portfolio to sell it now, but I was surprised that these many people just exited while the train is still on the run.

But seriously. Still buy, dude. This is not a weakness point of Bitcoin, instead it is an opportunity made for us to buy and get the best selling point in farther future.
445  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: How to gain income from crypto 1k$/month on: June 08, 2018, 05:56:51 AM
Gaining income from crypto? $1000/month? Crypto could still be in its early ages, but it has brought out various opportunities already. Being part of its growth as a whole will surely give you a fair coin like bringing out ICOs by investing in them will surely give you a certain percentage if you aren't that kind of stupid in investments.
446  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: bitcoin mining geography on: June 08, 2018, 05:48:20 AM
Lol. You can setup mining rig anywhere but considering that your rig should be in at least convenient place where it is guaranteed to not to freak out because of an unstable environments. You said that you plan on making rig in Antartica and I know your joking for that. Expect always that your rig will heat up when you build one, so a proper ventilated case is gonna be a good thing to go when you do mining.
447  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: The pump and dump tactic on: June 07, 2018, 03:03:46 AM
If you know that the coin is being pumped up suddenly without any showing any signs of any slight intervals of increase then expect that you had been a prey of one of those coins.
Two things:
1. End up with net losses
2. Get cents
448  Economy / Economics / Re: What language should I learn next? on: June 01, 2018, 02:25:15 PM
You would be fine in learning Japanese because some chinese characters would also be derived in there. We just had our basic Nihongo class where we also learned not just the syllables of each characters but also that there is kanji that is an adopted Chinese characters in Japan. You could harmoniously learn both at the same time without having trouble remembering them.
449  Economy / Economics / Re: Wise thing to do with your savings. on: June 01, 2018, 02:03:32 PM
When we're talking about savings, we're talking about the another part of our net profit where expenses are marked out of there. Savings is such a word that looks like little because it is like deriving from the word "safe" where we keep it away from any expenses as far as possible and as long as we don't need it. And out of that context is where the word emergency comes in. In our savings, we tend to build it up without the reason of spending it at something. Due to that, our savings becomes a side coin of our finances where it is just mostly used for something that must be done immediately. It is like a plan b to any upcoming expenses. In our life, crappy things happen and as we age, money becomes more and more involved from it. That's why savings are there. It is there to be our emergency fund.
450  Economy / Marketplace / Re: Trading, ICO, Lending, Bounty. Which one should I do ? on: June 01, 2018, 01:39:52 PM
Make that profit-maker of yours in an order and you might end up earning from all of it at the same time

Bounty -> Trade -> Invest in different coins/ICO with bits of amount for partial investment -> When you know you're already stable and in the state of surplus, consider a lending service now. 

I don't advice for you to invest your credited coins from loans, because you might end up not getting any of those in long-term. It is a blind risk, try to avoid doing it. Be the lending service instead. You can trade it, but you should trade/circulate that coin with a good coin though.
451  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Why is bounty not an investment? on: May 31, 2018, 06:46:14 AM
I have seen a lot of threads here asking about whether people will invest in a coin or do bounty. Its high time we all understood that, investment is not only about money. To me, any effort put into something to make it a reality can be regarded as investment. People who buy coins invest with their monies whiles those who participate in bounties also invest with their time and energy. Money is a replaceable resource but time can never replaced. To me, bounty hunters are also investors. What do you think?

Well it isn't just the time to complete the requirements that bounty hunters do usually. They're also giving their time understanding the project, they might hunt air in the end if they didn't do that in the first place. However that doesn't mean that the risk of their investments in time is already lost, the success of the project still matters in order for them to earn in a profitable way.
You're also risking:
*Bill of your electricity and internet
*Sleep
452  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: Are the Green Days back ? on: May 29, 2018, 05:42:56 PM
5/30/2018
There was a 5% increase only, looked it up in Google. Well we can't safely say that we're green now and are sitting in our train seats where it will travel into something higher than 7.5k yet. Adjustments might still happen again soon. Don't be too hyped about it and don't expect too much of a rapid increase after that sign.
You got two options:
*Buy more
*Hold.
453  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: minimum amount to start trading? on: May 29, 2018, 05:39:40 PM
What was the amount with which you started trading
I mean your very basic investment and was that your extra money or required money?

This is just my openion and for me the best starting capital in trading is around 100$ to 500$ so you can see the earnings you did every successfull trade you have done. You can start also in small capital below 100$ but i think it takes a long time to see your earning.

That's not a bad start at all. Ranging from half a thousand? Like you could also partially invest those in other coins if you have the eyes to see the potential coins that could grow within the next month. Small is still a go-go for people starting up though, those people without having the idea of trading even the basics in this. I would bet $200 max if I was a naive though.
454  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Never Be greedy! on: May 29, 2018, 05:36:57 PM
Greed becomes the image of people exiting in crypto in short terms, like they've been looking for a short-term profit, expecting some coins for a bit then going out after they received their short trades. It is rarely a good thing to do if you want to go win-win, but mostly it is always a loss. Opportunity, lad. It is what is getting lost when you get greedy. Get happy with that profit you get then regret it in the end.
455  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: How to trading without capital on: May 29, 2018, 05:17:57 PM
It is kinda difficult to do trading without getting the base capital. You could start up from your savings but that might be too budgety or in short strict in budget plan since you're gonna also manage your needs. You could somehow find a part time job to fill up that capital you're gonna invest in your trading for starting up.
456  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Avoid cryptocurrency scams on: May 28, 2018, 09:55:22 AM
You mean ICOs, OP? A coin is a coin. When it hits the trading sites after the ICO, it is not a scam anymore. It could be not profitable but scam =/= low profitability.

If you're referring to how to avoid scams then don't be blinded by that large allocation of tokens in bounties, I am pretty sure that you're hunting one. Are you lazy to read the whitepaper? That could be the 40% of your safety in investing your time in ICOs when you start reading them. There are some sites where ICOs are being rated by such ICOs expert.

Do not get so easily triggeredly joined after you saw that 5-star ICO. Those ratings could be a pay out for those raters. I mean it is an option for someone to pay an adviser to conclude their ICO as a good ico, good whitepaper and such.

It is upon your knowledge, not someone else on how can these scammy projects get avoided.
457  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bed news of Bitcoin on: May 28, 2018, 09:42:23 AM
Does anyone like Warren Buffett have the power to fully drive these decentralized entities when even the first place that no one can predicts what's gonna happen next? We can be guided through his bad news or speculation, but the dependency of the status of the Bitcoin will really depend on the user's inside it. People make up the market, they drive it although the rule of full manipulation into it is the exception, people still contribute to the changes it is going through.
458  Economy / Economics / Re: Should we teach children to have businessman mentality or be successful employee on: May 27, 2018, 01:13:36 PM
We all have that thought why do Chinese people actually make it in the business world. The reason apparently is that at an early age, their parents are conditioning the minds of their children to do business in the hopes that they will actually be heirs to their family business.
In your opinion, should we be teaching them the same or teaching them to be successful employees for the sake of climbing up the economic ladder?

It is a good start to teach them that manner. It is already like the Chinese tradition in expanding businesses over and over. Most people's mentality becomes like get a job, work and spend those in your wants. The Chinese mentality is mostly, education, business, and building up and getting the capital over and over that's why Chinese becomes spread out around the globe. Even in my country, Chinese people almost owns the whole building with their own merchandise stores. No wonder why their prices are so low, disregarding the quality.
459  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin will kill itself on: May 27, 2018, 12:32:28 PM
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Here's another news where Bitcoin was being used in an illegal activity. This will raise a lot of eyebrows because it concerns our children.

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Will? Or just simply "might". Remember Bitcoin is yet being developed.
*It is receiving bans in different countries, check.
*It is being regulated by other countries rightly, check.
*Taxes, check.
Instead of government going against these they might allow it, but with proper regulations now. That's why KYC is now being implemented at some legitimate remittance centers. However it needs to be reinforced more, as people just tend to look at the ID and give the person's money he is withdrawing. IDs are also easily forged or faked, while some are now being reinforced for security like Postal ID. Knowing the customer's legitimate identity is what needs to be more focused on letting them get these money out. Bitcoin becomes the input, fiat cash becomes the output then there goes the shady activities following up.
460  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Re: How to find new tokens on exchanges? on: May 27, 2018, 12:21:27 PM
Hello,

how can we find recently listed tokens on exchanges? Coinmarketcap isn`t so fast in listing all exchanges which have recently added a token or coin.

An existing token that just recently hit the market or just plainly token that you wanted to invest whenever it gets released. Is it from an ICO you just joined and you don't know the contract address? What is more optimal to search is a specific coin you wanted to invest or sell and then look at where it is exchangeable. Disregard the popularity of that site, define the trading volumes in that site and the market price.
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