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641  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Trader Future life? on: April 16, 2018, 04:16:00 PM
Trading in cryptos? Well it would apply like how you trade in real life. In selling merchandises and in exchanging money through different currencies. Both applies the same idea to this trading in cryptos except your profit is like depending on its price for now because of its instability. For the future, I think it depends on how many investors will be into this causing pump into whatever the coins you will be selling to fiat cash. Trading Bitcoin is really quite competitive now as of these days.
642  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Do you trade at multiple exchanges? on: April 16, 2018, 04:02:16 PM
Depending on how the exchange server is running lately. I would't trade for a full-traffic exchange at some point. But mostly I trade only in one exchange lately and it is EtherDelta. It has a quite good interface for me and I still know there are a lot of exchanges out there like Bittrex but it is just my personal choice. I would like to check out other exchanges though, but some exchanges doesn't accept new members as of now because of the mass number of users registered into them.
643  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Do you think we don't get quality Bitcoin users anymore? on: April 16, 2018, 03:56:04 PM
Of course and why not. Everyone would just do for their own benefits. As long as it has a benefits posted into it, they will look into it and they will invest their time in it as long the vision of getting something beneficial is there. Panics in falls were already like an event more than a natural movement in crypto market. In falls, these panickers would just keep exiting and can't even hold their coins for a single second and it is quite sad that they didn't have that much time to learn about the market movements.
644  Economy / Speculation / Re: What if we buy bitcoins now all TOGETHER?! on: April 16, 2018, 03:48:10 PM
It is impossible but you could make a closed community for that if you want for a mass number of people to buy Bitcoin pumping the price up for sure but   people will expect returns from it and from you if you try to lead that kind of community. Here in PH, it is quite different but quite related topic about the investment scam involving Bitcoin. You might want to avoid that if you're trying to convince people to invest. Even those who knows Bitcoin unstable price will still expect returns as it is.
645  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: is buying new listed coin profitable? on: April 16, 2018, 03:12:11 PM
Did a coin in the exchange suddenly booms in price? Well don't give too much of a hype out of it when you invest in it. It could be a pump and dump coin and it could die out of the market pretty easily after all those sales happen. While I saw a lot of recent buys in various coins in EtherDelta, I don't think that there are still one that dries out recently.
646  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Cryptos in the green on: April 16, 2018, 03:02:32 PM
Green for a while but it is still struggling right now to get past in each 1k intervals. Gotta wait for more investors to come in here and buy more coins. It is quite pumping lately and I was kind of shocked of how far it got pumped but later it still fails at times to make its breach.
647  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Do you care if Billions of people need help? on: April 16, 2018, 02:39:41 PM
Surely everyone would really love to help when they "want" not they "need". In fact that some of us aren't really contented by ourselves to what we have making us being greedy into getting gains in our lives while forgetting the needy. It is not bad for us to do like that, but attaining stability in order to support other people is really a heck of a road or path to take that's why it is quite not really our time to help.
648  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Why suicide cases are increasing on: April 15, 2018, 05:09:18 PM
Because of person's uncontrolled emotion, there are various of reason why a person committed suicide. Like for example disappointment, being failure, even being judge by the others that can make you feel down or over thinking that we feel like or like asking this question to ourselves "am i a failure in this life? " It may result to commit suicide.

Well it could be generally because of some high standards at some situations where they don't feel enough from themselves. I went through that kind of emotion of disappointment like couple of years ago, but just cope with it or simply went with the flow. Maybe some people doesn't know their purpose yet, what they like, what they love that's why they commit suicide sometimes. Also the feeling of discontented adds up to this matter.
649  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: how much usd need for trade ?? on: April 15, 2018, 05:02:55 PM
It depends upon on how much you're willing to lose like in investment. In trading, you're being competitive on the sales you're gonna generate. Especially in such different exchanges where you can control the price of your trades in the selling book. There are no exact bucks you need to start up your capital but I would suggest stacking it up without intruding your other money intended for your own expenses as you might lose it all instead.
650  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Citizens of Japan are going all-in on Cryptocurrency on: April 15, 2018, 04:42:11 PM
Bitcoin in Japan is like a Bitcoin Heaven. It is almost or truly established in there although it had some past issues such as the known Mt Gox issue and not that too far of a time which is the Coincheck hack. Although these incidents happened, they didn't stop on using Bitcoin. In fact that some claimed its founder to be a Japanese citizen. Japan could be the leading country to fully utilize the Bitcoin at its full potential as a money.
651  Economy / Economics / Re: What cryptocurrency needs most nowadays on: April 15, 2018, 04:29:28 PM
It isn't just about the internal investors that all crypto coins needed the most obviously. It also needs the external investors outside cryptocurrency. We really need more than awareness to cryptocurrency. It needs adoption and reversion to those bans happening recently and also considering that there are a lot of coins hitting the market now and it is opening opportunities to investors. Not only it needs external factors, but it also needs itself to be more stable especially for those who are new in here
652  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: I'm afraid to create my own ICO on: April 15, 2018, 03:49:07 PM
Well why not observe first of how these ICOs function. You might end up scamming people unintentionally, through the fact that you still don't know what you're really doing. Make a feasibility study here on what could be the blockchain technology needs even more. Don't just aim for earning something. That is the middle to the last thing you will mind at when doing these projects in the market. Is your coin gonna be really that useful or is it something that will just get dumped and dry out after it reaches the exchanges or in the market. I would suggest reading popular ICO's whitepaper first so you can see how the map of the team is documented and done throughout the duration of the ICO.
653  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What if Coinbase and other Wallet services take all of our coins and run away? on: April 15, 2018, 03:04:33 PM
Unless the government already gave your country the green light or the right legalization to use cryptocurrencies and use exchanges with a fair amount of taxes then I think that government will chase those wallet services and put an investigation to what site did that action. I forgot what exchange in Japan was investigated by an agency after a lot of money were stolen at that exchange. The government would do the same to their countries regardless of how much was stolen whether it is a popular exchange or not.
654  Economy / Economics / Re: Will bitcoin be banned on Philippines? on: April 15, 2018, 02:59:24 PM
That news that happened recently still gives me doubt of any probability that Bitcoin in our country will get banned. Remember that the scam was done by the people using it, not the money itself or currency itself. Bitcoin is already recognized in our country as an investment and the government already gave us precaution of investing in here. I don't think these type of scams would lead to that kind of conclusion.
655  Economy / Economics / Re: Stanford University Business Full-Time Cryptocurrency Course on: April 15, 2018, 02:14:17 PM
Now's the time for education for cryptos aside from the awareness it is getting lately. People are aware and know it, but not all are truly educated to it causing them to ignore these kinds of technological entities. I'm quite surprised that Japan didn't implement these or are they really aware of how these cryptos are now affecting them or it is already adopted that big in their country and education isn't really that needed anymore.
656  Economy / Economics / Re: Would a world war affect the price of Crypto? on: April 14, 2018, 05:10:07 PM
As a disaster itself, no. However any government spies would utilize these kind of coins to avoid feeding the terrorist  of their intelligence and any sort of trades happening for preparation. I don't think the event itself could solely affect the price. The fact that demand is always the known as the driver of the price. It cannot be affected unless used for specific purposes.
657  Economy / Economics / Re: The EU wants transparency on Cryptocurrencies on: April 14, 2018, 04:36:20 PM
As long as they could also handle people's sensitive personal information then I think it will be just fine as it is. Bitcoin doesn't provide that full anonymity in some way. It can still be tracked in the blockchain through TX ID and any shady activities could be tracked by it in any means necessary. The identity of the people inside the transaction that led to these kind of regulations at some countries around the world. There is no more way of cashing it out from remittance or bank establishments without the proper KYC verification, unless that the people inside the transaction are "primarily" using Bitcoin as their currency through their shady operation and it could still bypass these regulations but on the other side, it is still traceable. It is not yet a perfect security for these terrorism financing, but the government is really trying hard not to allow or try to slow these shady operations in succeeding their aims.
658  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT MARKET NOW on: April 14, 2018, 04:19:36 PM
From depressing sales of 6k to shocking rebound of 8k now back to below of 8k that could return back to 8k or even breach 9k now. I must say that the bulls are really in the struggle of pumping the price right now and it still needs to overcome the bad regulations happening lately in different countries. The big dump is quite hard enough to overcome these days now, but I still believe that lights is about to be turned on quite some time.
659  Economy / Economics / Re: Is this the beginning of new crypto era? on: April 09, 2018, 05:15:00 PM
I have mixed feeling regarding all this big companies venture capital coming into the crypto space. It is good for the overall growth of tge market as the big players are getting in now. But i do feel this could hamper the crypto space too as these big guys will manipulate the market to a great extent for their own benefit.

Well price increase could be a good thing to happen but it is an issue to new investors judging that these people will surely invest in a lot in cryptos either for their own token or simply investment that will surely grow. As they occupy the crypto space, it will surely be a popular coin to invest at by external investors. The manipulation behind these could vary though depending on how the token impacted the crypto not just by the people inside it but also considering outside.

660  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Sell ethereum or hold ? on: April 09, 2018, 05:05:21 PM
Keep holding, bud. I just invested ETH out of the plunge of the BTC and it is definitely worth your purchase. I had used also my ETH to invest in other coins due to ETH mostly used in the exchanges I knew like EtherDelta. ETH is like one but a really widespread currency for me. I had invested a lot in BTC but now I am starting to have some allocated investment in both. ETH is definitely worth your partial investment before you invest in other coins though.
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