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561  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Is deep over and time for trading? on: April 20, 2018, 06:07:06 PM
Dip is quite over but the breach or breaks are still struggling in the market, for instance that Bitcoin is still in 8.5k and break through 9k is still like a probability for it to happen. Many of these statements in the news of how underestimated Bitcoin is in the stock market makes up a deep thought for outsiders to invest in here yet. We are getting speculations yet. Nothing much to worry so much for now.
562  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: How to become a trader? on: April 20, 2018, 05:59:32 PM
It does look like you're selling merchandises except through the fact you're doing it digitally and not personally in real life although that kind of trades can also be done in that method but it is quite dangerous. As I had said that you're like selling merchandises, you're gonna need to find a place to sell it. Now exchanges is what we call that. There are a lot of exchanges out there like Binance, Bittrex, Huobi, EtherDelta, etc. It depends on what you wanted to sell. Be quite cautious on the place you're gonna trade as some exchanges don't support ERC-20 tokens and you might end up losing your capital instead.
563  Economy / Economics / Re: Only a mature and regulated crypto market will attract big investors. on: April 20, 2018, 05:50:31 PM
Trusts these days are harder to gain now. It is like depending your chances by 50/50. Get it or lose it. Maybe that's why regulations are really needed in crypto now these days. Do we think the crypto will grow farther without government's support? Some have their own standards before they attempt to throw their money in that bucket. I'm quite happy that some countries even support miners within their local banks allowing them to gain profit from it, but now how about for investors? Will the government's installment of crypto exchanges could help us out to make crypto market expand even farther?
564  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: where to sell tokens? on: April 20, 2018, 05:33:56 PM
Etherdelta was my choice of exchanges but later on transferred to Binance. It depends on your tokens but Binance put me into convenient way of selling tokens even though KYC is needed for you to withdraw your BTC out of it, it isn't that really of an issue. You could use other exchanges though it depends where your tokens are being exchanged at.
565  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Current situation on the market on: April 20, 2018, 05:24:42 PM
Situation Green? or is it just that we're being deceived yet by these price surge. BTC currently hits 8.5k but still slowly reaching up to 9k and expectation and all these too optimistic claims are now happening. It is not yet stable in fact that it is far from stable yet. We are yet to see the bull trend, how bout it?
566  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Digital money or virtual currency? on: April 20, 2018, 05:08:56 PM
For now because Bitcoin is still gaining a lot of adoption in different countries, it is becoming a currency for now but once its true value gets realized we might get to the purpose of it like Satoshi's vision which is to make it a money. However that vision is yet not bright yet and we need more changes in the network in order to stabilize the transactions happening as it brings inconvenience to people especially those who have their transaction left unconfirmed for a lot of days.
567  Economy / Speculation / Re: Best time to buy bitcoin! on: April 20, 2018, 04:58:54 PM
Flattened price. That is my term of buying the maximize amount of Bitcoin. If it stay within a price range for at least 2-3 days, or just plainly 6 days straight, then that is the ring for me to buy even more Bitcoin as it could also pump the price up by hundreds or just tens. That chart states like it could stay within a range in an hour or two then it will proceed to climb back up a bit.
568  Economy / Marketplace / Re: Bitcoin global regulation on: April 20, 2018, 04:51:46 PM
What it would take for other countries to allow Bitcoin though, if currency is being primarily aimed and other government would just see it as an investment rather than a medium to pay expenses? Does it need to be more stable in price? I am quite happy that major countries supported these. Japan? They were the one that used Bitcoin to its fullest, so it is like a lock-in that Bitcoin is stable already there.
569  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: The reason people do not want to invest in crypto on: April 20, 2018, 04:47:03 PM
4. Tax situation is a nightmare
Investing in the crypto algorithm means that you need to track the increase and decrease in capital for each transaction. Even using your token to purchase goods and services will also serve as a taxable service, in line with the Tax Administration's tax guidelines.

I am not surprised that many people in crypto expects them to avoid taxes from the government while they were really against of all these bans happening. Like the reason for government to ban Bitcoin is that they think that their citizens would use it as a tunnel to avoid all these taxes happening from their country. I wouldn't be surprised if this is the case for most of the countries out there.
570  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What are the biggest disadvantage of bitcoin ? on: April 20, 2018, 04:42:51 PM
Mostly the disadvantage it holds is that it is kind of dependent in electricity. So a bloody hike in electricity in your country could hurt your utilization in Bitcoin. Another disadvantage it holds, at least for now, is that it is really vulnerable to bans due to it becoming a really risky investment in the market by the government themselves.
571  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: What do you mean by HODL? on: April 19, 2018, 05:19:15 PM
HODL is simply handling your coins, not gonna let any single cent get out of your wallet. Sometimes it also means that you should even buy more because you're in the state of hold and not gonna do anything that will cause decrease to it. It is also done in building up your capital for trades where you simply just hold and buy.
572  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Any idea for poor people? on: April 19, 2018, 04:39:24 PM
As we already know there are a lot of poor people in every country of the world, they surely do not have access to the internet and as the digital money is changing the world people are debating over the existence of real money all the virtual money. And as we know the government and the banks are printing more and more money which is reducing the initial value of the physical currency and all of this is going to be most painful for them. So now people are switching to the digital world so what should we do for the poor peoples should we make a system or let them take their life. I think if somehow we can make them literate then that is going to reduce the number of poor people in a country.

"Bitcoin can eliminate poverty", like I was sick of that thread long ago and I am still disappointed that some people think of a virtual money could eliminate poverty. What I think perhaps is that it could promote the poverty even more to a higher degree and that won't solve much things. Not all people in the country has the purchasing power to buy technology and now we're talking about that digital money could save these poor people? If government could somehow provide their own country with free technologies for these people which I really doubt they will, then there could be a hope to shred the rate of poverty in a country for at least a bit.
573  Other / Off-topic / Re: Have you ever had the feeling that someone is controlling your life? on: April 19, 2018, 04:32:43 PM
Nope. Why would I feel that kind of thing? I mean I could act crazy for all the way I wanted and still feel that I am the one that controls myself. I think that it is always because of consciousness upon ourselves that make us feel that we are the one who makes every decision and every move that came from our minds and heart. This is of course the basic concept out of it.

It feels like you are in prison when someone controlling  your life,it is like a puppet you can move if they want you ro move,but its normal when you still a teen ager in prior of your parents,

That's really big. I mean it is simply part of growing up to be controlled, but it still sometimes depend on how our parents give us the "appropriate freedom" we need in our stage of teenager. Well at the end of it all, we will be the one that will make decisions and every changes in our lives anyway.

574  Economy / Economics / Re: If the government supports bitcoin instead of the existing currency. on: April 19, 2018, 02:58:09 PM
"instead". You mean they should support the other and abandon the other? It is possible but it will cause a massive confusion or even anarchy or even panic to people. How would people convert it to cryptos immediately? Imagine a massive slowdown to the network traffic because of all these conversion happening.  Why not co-exist with the existing currency instead? Is that something of a problem? I know it will have some kind of conflict with the banks, but adjustments could also made with that.
575  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: I dont like daytrading on: April 19, 2018, 02:42:29 PM
Opportunities are getting lost in day trading. You never know how much the offer could be multiplied in sells at the next day plus adding it up, the price instability that people could take advantage out of it. Greed and worry vs the opportunity that mixes up when I decide in my trades. Will the market be more green tomorrow or it will stay as it is in the price right now? That worry of the market could be down tomorrow is what worries me the most.
576  Economy / Economics / Re: Do you agree? on: April 19, 2018, 02:10:43 PM
Right now it is continuing to pump up maybe the bulls are quite pumping it slowly. I am not yet that kind of hyped of the price right now. We're like in the resistance stage yet above 8k and it barely reaches 8500 yet, so the real bull trend is yet to come.
577  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: VERGE ANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP WITH PORNHUB!!! on: April 17, 2018, 06:33:40 PM
Well not like that I'll be shock into it, but mostly investors were really adult so I don't think I would be that so much surprised in the adult industry looking into cryptocurrency. Well not like that I also expect that people will really use it that often but it could be reversed somehow that even kids would use this to buy those premium content  Roll Eyes.  It could be advantage for those who don't have credit card though.
578  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Sudden Rise up mean Bull on: April 17, 2018, 06:07:24 PM
It has become exhausted quite a while so I don't think that it is really the bull trend that we were actually waiting for. There are still so much for it to increase this April. It is still flat in 8k and could still fall back to 7k+ anytime, we never know. But keep buying now, I think this is already the initialization of the bull trend we're all waiting for.
579  Economy / Economics / Re: Why do big corporations accept BTC? on: April 17, 2018, 04:50:31 PM
It is a really convenient currency in their perspective and we shouldn't worry about it being an option to buy using that method from them although I still have trust issues sometimes. It is not just the acceptance of Bitcoin as payment that I see, but I also see that they were also investing in it. Bill Gates? His large corporation Microsoft makes me even think that they would even invest in making their own coin. Micro coin or something like closest to their company that makes it uniquely and exclusively for their company.
580  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: ICO VS TRADING on: April 17, 2018, 04:42:51 PM
There is always a risk involved at the two but you have the easier control to the risks in trading. There is nothing bad in investing in ICO that much as long as you know what you're really doing or your money will just purely be dust in days. In trading, you have the control of how much you will exchange and how much you will gain but of course don't be stupid and greedy in numbers and prices.
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