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81  Economy / Speculation / Re: BTC is rocking are we nearing to the bull run? on: December 21, 2018, 05:00:45 PM
Pretty much, it is still a trap. Don't get hyped too much because you can't turn back now whatever you decide to do in this bearish and slit-throat price. Wait until the actual and obvious bull appear. Right now, optimism is what we're gambling in here rather than our money since the trend is not yet fully definite at this moment.
82  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Do you still believe and invest in ICOs? Why? on: December 21, 2018, 04:12:57 PM
Not this year for ICO and chances for booming ICOs is still unknown. A lot of project managed to not even hit the half of the soft cap they're aiming at from investors. This coming 2019 would either be rapid depression in the investors in ICOs or it would flip the table to make it favorable for ICOs. There seems to be a lot of trust issue now these days.
83  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: DO WE NEED TO REGULATE ICOs? on: December 21, 2018, 03:52:34 PM
It is simply the scams that drives people to suggest that ICOs should be regulated, but do you think that it will fully help everyone in the market fairly? If government would somehow interfere with these, would it still be possible to bypass these regulations especially if government and the project team would agree is some kind of contract? Regulating such ICOs wouldn't nullify those ponzi schemes and such. It is nothing different into a team paying someone up in ICO ratings site to up their ratings.
84  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: If Bitcoin is Adopted what happen to ilerate population(stone age people) on: December 21, 2018, 03:29:30 PM
Those "people" you're referring would likely to catch up with the trends in the technology. Do they even know how different computers are now before and then? It isn't just in Bitcoin where their technological literacy would circulate. They would also know these existing smartphone (although I believe that they're at least conscious with the existence of these entity), and their basic uses. It would take a lot of years before every single population of those people would learn this crypto since they should also learn the instruments. Its like learning the laboratory apparatus before you conduct or learn such chemical experiment.
85  Economy / Economics / Re: the future of crypto is good or bad on: December 21, 2018, 02:23:20 PM
Future? Regardless of it, it's still a crypto that will be used for electronic finances. It's not like it is gonna be dead just because its price is like telling the end of the book now. It's idea and opportunity for the businesses existing these days could prove it good, but that is just an assumption for now since it hasn't been that much spread out in the world as of now.
86  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: HODL IS THE BEST OPTION FOR ME NOW on: December 21, 2018, 12:13:07 PM
4k? Looks like it, but I won't be obsessed into observing the price day by day. I usually check these prices during the end of the week then I would usually just keep myself away from trading for now. As long as it doesn't do a burst gains, I won't be optimistic about it anytime soon. It could be a green light for me to day trade again but no.
87  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin Mining vs Buying on: December 16, 2018, 02:18:21 PM
Bitcoin Mining is kinda okay, but requires you a bulk of investment since you're gonna need a really good GPU or a mining rig as a whole. In buying, you'll risk your money into losses obviously so it's not that always a win. Both are risky, since mining would bring your profit down with the electricity costs, and electricity costs sometimes depends on your country.
88  Economy / Speculation / Re: Bullrun will always come , Newbies do your research well on: December 16, 2018, 02:05:00 PM
Past history is strong evidence of the strength of bitcoin. Smart newbies can analyze it well. Here we don't see newbie or professionals but those who do their own research who have to make decisions. Here there is no compulsion, anyone can go or hold on

Although it can be an emotion pill for those who panic easily, it's not the full evidence to conclude that Bitcoin will go bullish. Let's put it bluntly that it will live through those events. "Smart" newbies aren't that common since you're implying newbies which practically means that they're pretty much innocent on how Bitcoin works as an investment and as a digital money. There could be some people who have experience in stock trading and their application would be a bit different in here.
89  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Trading without losses? on: December 16, 2018, 01:55:31 PM
We don't have such a thing in this market , I think it is a misunderstanding that you think you can trade without loss , the goal of trading is to make profits more than losses , you can't stop your losses and you better not to try that because it is a time wasting .

Yes there is logically. Of course, you need to lose something in trading and that is buying. I think the OP means that he/she wanted to reduce the losses at least. It isn't trading if you aren't losing anything since you need your capital before you can even sell something in the market. Managing losses is quite difficult. Imagine if you were trading Bitcoin since it was 6k+ then suddenly you're here right now, bleeding in 3k.
90  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Is this the time for a comeback for crypto? on: December 16, 2018, 04:46:06 AM
of course cryptocurrency prices can still recover, you just need to wait for it and have to have very high patience to be able to make price increases again.

Lol, what "wait" do we really need? Firstly, it's like it has been stuck around 6k previously before it bled. Now we're stuck in 3k+ which I hope this is the final solid floor that Bitcoin can drop into. Going below it then I'll hold off my trading for now. I stopped daytrading a month ago so I might not think of resuming it anytime sooner.
91  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: what will happen with ethereum. on: December 16, 2018, 03:22:30 AM
There are still a bit of legit ICOs going on in the market and I am pretty sure they utilize ETH even more when it comes their selling of tokens and this will pretty much pump the buyers to buy ETH in order to buy their own tokens. This is just my speculation, as the Bitcoin also suffers a bleeding phenomenon in its price.
92  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: No Christmas gifts this year, all my money in Bitcoin on: December 15, 2018, 02:17:35 PM
Looks like San-toshi isn't coming to town for now, it's not gonna be that November 2017 price where it's like an early christmas for all the people here in crypto. This is kind of a dark christmas for those who are going in full-time trading in the market. Market is bleeding so bad that I don't even see the 7k anymore.
93  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: KYC as a Scam on: December 15, 2018, 01:26:49 PM
It's like your gonna earn your stakes with the exchange of your identity and peace. I'd tried to sign up in an aidrop needing some KYC and what happened the next consecutive days were almost pretty much just a spam of the project that I had signed up at. That is the number 1 red flag for me that I know that the airdrop isn't gonna end well or it's likely to just disappear in the thin air.  Turns out that the thread was deleted by the OP. It's a great thing that I used a dummy email address though. Take this as a precautionary measure for those attempting to join airdrops because it isn't just the scam that you should worry about but also the orderliness of your email. It's gonna be bombarded by a lot of junk mails.
94  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Have you been scammed? How did they approached you? on: December 15, 2018, 01:12:10 PM
Behind those smileys lies a liar. I don't even know why would a formal e-mail involve some smiley or stuffs that would lighten up the mood of message in fact that it darkens it even further. I wasn't scammed but was attempted to instead, through investing in their project.  Those obvious large gains with random stickers of "hype" just turns me down. Like you would say, "wut?" or something like that.
95  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: HODL'ers lose. That is no surprise on: December 15, 2018, 12:46:12 PM
Maybe? Maybe you can put it in assumption that you're in fact right. Getting out of here (in crypto trading) would be the safest bet since you'll incur 0.00 losses, but while it still has its own value there could something behind the wall that is growing and yet we're about to climb that really large wall or maybe this is all just a delusion thing, I mean right now even in the price increase, we're all still making an assumption without any back up evidence, fairly through its  history (maybe?). The Bitcoin Obituaries or any local news site? We still don't know.
96  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin is a religion on: December 15, 2018, 01:28:43 AM
But believe it or not, you're still using fiat money. Putting it into religious ways would seem like every people holding Bitcoin seems hypocritical in the fiat money. Please just re-state your title properly, as it is too exaggerated to put it into this idea of religion.
97  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Is trading stressful for you? on: December 07, 2018, 04:06:35 PM
Don't need any of those once you get used to it. Like right now ask every single trader if they're still trading their coins around the market, regardless of the exchange they chose. I agree somehow that you can relax with such video aids but there are tons on the internet that does that kind of thing.
98  Economy / Speculation / Re: $ 3400 is the lowest bottom? on: December 07, 2018, 02:43:21 PM
This severe bleeding of the market can't even state that 3.4k would be the hard floor. It went down half of its supposed hard floor which was around 6k during previous month. Unless that a shining hope would shed soon enough for all of us, then we can safely say that this is the solid floor for Bitcoin now, but again we're all still blindly speculating on what could be the next.
99  Economy / Economics / Re: A Public Market is Turning 'Cashless' in the Philippines on: December 07, 2018, 02:33:14 PM
It's been a while since I got exposed to news of cryptocurrency in my own country. Looks like my pre-thoughts of its development in the capital as a first stage is almost precise at most. I never even heard that even the public markets would decide on implementing digital cash, like from my observation in the dry and wet market near my area since quite impossible for such implementation, but seeing this getting implement so "quick" makes me have double thought on that matter.
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