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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Holding 5 years a just a imagination on: September 17, 2021, 07:22:26 PM


we keep the coins at least 5 years , but its too long imagination.  you can proof it. 2018 early NEM coin was top 6 Marketcap now 56. so keeping its useless. we have to updated everytime and get the action the correct time and exit.


Now i think bear market is going on , so holding for 4,5 years just a imagination. specially i have to say that TOP 5 coins , we must keep  most probebly they will surpass the All time high again.

what all your perspectives?

 
With a term of 4.5 years, this is too long to hold an Altcoin. in crypto determines the time in long-term investments to hold that Altcoin based on setting profit targets. Everyone can wait 4.5 years with clear goals, but just speculating is a waste of time too. Altcoins that we hold can be pumped when it reaches 2 years, so want to hold it again? If I will sell it because it is clear that the investment objective is a profit.
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Guidance to trade altcoin on: September 17, 2021, 04:27:02 PM
I want to trade altcoin but I don't know the very coin that will exist and have future. I need guildance to take this step
You can see it on CoinMarketCap, before choosing the Altcoin you want to trade, you need to look at the volume of the coin and ensure stability in the market movement. You should also learn knowledge of market charts so that your decisions and targets can be achieved well. You should also choose coins that have proven liquidity, such as some potential altcoins that rank in the top 20 on CoinMarketCap.
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: What Do You Guys Think About So-Called "Shit-coin" ? on: September 16, 2021, 09:21:30 PM
This days there are so many tokens appearing with a very large total supply, tokens like this are often called "Shit-coin/shit-token".
Many people say that this benefits the crypto world, but there are also those who say that it actually make the crypto world looks bad.

What do you guys think about this issue ?
I think Shitcoin just makes crypto look bad. They appear so much, even a very large supply in the market. As a result of scams that only use crypto as a place to enrich their own team, the effect on investors who use crypto as a place of investment becomes doubtful because of the actions of fraudsters.
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: I think Ethereum is more dynamic than bitcoin on: September 16, 2021, 06:38:10 PM
This is just my personal feeling, groundless. If my idea is wrong, please correct it.
I learned about cryptocurrency only last year. I was lucky to know several senior players. I found a preference among my friends. Friends who support bitcoin will despise other coins, and he will scoff at new play items in the market. Friends who support Ethereum are very interested in new projects and will understand or participate in them. Over time, I feel that the friends who support bitcoin are conservatives. He only agrees with bitcoin; The friends who support Ethereum are energetic.
The most important reason for Ethereum's success is that Ethereum's smart contract adopts Turing complete technology, which makes the function of smart contract very powerful, and gives birth to popular application innovations such as ICO, defi, NFT, gamefi, etc.I think bitcoin has not changed and may not need to change. Bitcoin is concerned by the state, and Ethereum is a cryptocurrency that cryptocurrency players must buy.
 I'm just a feeling of myself. I don't mean to offend anyone.
Etherum's innovations made it even more popular, and the Smart contracts adopted by many other blockchains gave Etherum a very positive impact. I love Ethereum as well as Bitcoin. we need to distinguish between the two, Etherum is an Altcoin as an alternative to bitcoin. Unlike the case with Bitcoin which does have a very high price and is not classified as an altcoin, so Etherum was created as an alternative to bitcoin.
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: How to manage losses? on: September 01, 2021, 09:24:54 PM
how do you manage stress if you loss biggest amount because the value of your token is hitting down or NFT project is not ok?
 in your opinion how diversify your investment in other alts to cope up your losses?
Big losses occur as a result of investing in one project, the decision to choose a project for a large amount of investment is certain that the results obtained are also large, as well as the risks that will be accepted if it happens as you say. The fact is that there are still many tokens that we can choose from, both in terms of liquidity and varying prices. Loss in investment naturally causes stress, the desire to return everything that has been lost is very great. I myself, if that happens, will choose an alternative path of coin investment that has been the choice of many other investors and will not be in a hurry to get back the losses that have occurred in the past. The point is that there are still many other alternative coins that we can invest in so there is no need to take one, take several coins for investment.
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Kid already making $32k monthly through ethtereum on: August 22, 2021, 05:02:51 PM
I was amazed by this news of 14 years old and his 9 years sister making a living through ethereum mining which generates them $32k monthly income, this is so incredible and highly commended, the kids use their old gaming computer to start up this amazing business and there are already expanding. I guess our kids are already taking advantage of the gains of blockchain and are already doing amazing stuff through the blockchain.
Link:
https://finance.yahoo.com/news/14-9-years-old-making-165453877.html
very quickly this child understands crypto with the mining method, of course his parents are people who are very familiar with crypto, so they can transfer knowledge about crypto to their children. This is an amazing feat with 9 year olds and 14 year olds able to earn $32,000 in one month from mining Etherum. Of course this kid's future would be an amazing billionaire. this is an example for us adults to earn money in cryptocurrency, we don't have to trade, we can learn from this child as motivation so that apart from trading, we can also earn by mining. Absolutely amazed by the consistent taste from an early age.
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Bounties (Altcoins) / Re: [ERC20] Ethernity.CLOUD Bounty | Twitter/FB/Sig/Reddit + GH Bonus | $70k 6 Weeks on: August 21, 2021, 09:43:03 AM
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8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: What is Cardano? on: August 19, 2021, 08:59:13 PM
What is Cardano and will its development cause a revolution?

Along with the development of the entire market, Cardano did not lag behind and with good reason kept the place of the biggest competitor to Ethereum.
Ahead of one of the most important phases of the Cardano project, the implementation of smart contract functionality through a series of tests and upgrades under the working title Alonzo, the team of developers behind Cardano is getting closer to the goal. Users and fans of the Cardano network believe that the successful addition of smart contracts will be a springboard for the project and that everyone will want to switch to Cardano when it wakes up in full force.
What is Cardano and what is the future of this project?
I have seen from various sources about this coin which is a 3rd generation crypto coin that uses proof of stake technology meaning it cannot be mined. Cardano provides smart contract features similar to Ethereum, it may look like Ethereum. Cardano was released in 2015 and now ranks third after Bitcoin and Etherum (CoinMarketCap), Cardano is showing a greener percentage and I'm sure its price will grow even higher. In addition, the coin is placed in the third position on CoinMarketCap, this indicates a great opportunity for Cardano to become a long-term investment.
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Is there a new blockchain that will compete with Ethereum? on: August 14, 2021, 04:12:32 PM
We all know about huge transaction fees, not the most convenient scaling and the difficulties of entering the ecosystem. Are there projects that will provide people with the best conditions for the implementation of their ideas in the cryptoworld?
Of course, there are many projects that compete with Etherum, until now they have not been able to get close to Etherum, many investors use Etherum as a short term or long term investment, this will make it difficult for other altcoins to balance it, it can be seen now that BSC has developed which is so large that many predict BSC will replace Etherum.
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Which Cryptocurrency is best for long term investment? on: August 03, 2021, 07:00:27 PM
1. Bitcoin (BTC) Bitcoin has been around for the longest of any cryptocurrency.
2. Ethereum (ETH) Ethereum is different from Bitcoin because it isn't only a cryptocurrency.
3. Binance Coin
4. Cardano
5. Polkadot (DOT)
6. Ripple (XRP)
7. Litecoin
8. Tron (TRX)
9. Polygon (MATIC)
10. WazirX (WRX)
I said three coins that are suitable for me to invest in long term.
1. BTC, the King of all coins is the benchmark in the market movement against other coins, no doubt Bitcoin has proven capable of moving to the point of $60,000
2. Etherum, I see a lot of platform users, so the presence of this coin will get bigger in crypto
3. BNB, currently having cheaper transaction fees, is now in third place in the marketcap
These three coins make me sure to invest in the long term, I prefer BTC, ETH and BNB.
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Bounties (Altcoins) / Re: [Bounty] Xircus 🚀 $100k worth of Coins 🚀 1 Month Period on: July 30, 2021, 11:13:43 AM
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12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Taking Profits on Altcoins Strategy on: July 17, 2021, 09:10:08 AM
I am looking to take some profits on my altcoins after the next big pump. Need some advice if my strategy is good or not. I'm based in the US.

1. When I start to take profits from my altcoins do I just sell them on the exchange for dollars and then buy stablecoins with that? Or do I somehow trade the alts for stables? Does is matter since selling or trading them are taxed for capital gains regardless?

2. Once I take the profits in stablecoins, is putting them on something like Blockfi to gain interest the best thing to do while I wait for another dip to possibly reinvest them?

3. Once the bull run is over I'm most likely going to keep all my bitcoin and probably most of my Ethereum. I'll sell most of my alts for stablecoins but keep small bags of the ones I want to keep through the bear market. Is this a sound strategy?

4. During the bear market is taking a cash loan using my crypto as collateral (BTC and ETH) a good way to defer capital gains taxes? Won't I have to pay these taxes eventually? I know there are drawbacks to this strategy but it seems like a lot of experienced people do this.

5. After the bull run should I just put my stablecoins in something like Blockfi during the bear market? Or is cashing out to dollars and investing in something like real estate a good way to defer capital gains taxes?

I know these are a lot of questions but any advice is greatly appreciated, this forum has been extremely helpful for a noob that has been in the space for about 4 months now. Thanks!
some of the strategies that you do I see you have learned a lot about how effective strategies are in trading, I suggest to do a simple strategy, buy at a price that you predict will increase in the future and sell for a profit, if there is a decrease in price that is not according to your predictions from there we need to do long-term trading to minimize your losses.

about taxes that we cannot avoid it is our obligation as good citizens.
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14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Bounties (Altcoins) / Re: 🍹🍸[BOUNTY] MocktailSwap🍸🍹 The World's First Semi-Fungible Token on BSC ✅SFT✅ on: May 18, 2021, 01:31:40 PM
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15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Bounties (Altcoins) / Re: 🍹🍸[BOUNTY] MocktailSwap🍸🍹 The World's First Semi-Fungible Token on BSC ✅SFT✅ on: May 13, 2021, 06:16:15 PM
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16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Huge profit but how to withdraw on: March 04, 2021, 11:48:58 PM
i recommend binnance to withdraw fiat
i withdraw 50 000 EUROS and it cost me 0,80 cents ...it was done in 3 minutes.
just perfect
Obviously very perfect, because the Binance exchange is an exchange that has a lot of features and support which can make it easier for anyone in any case, be it withdrawals, or anything else.
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: How do you feel, Looking at the Bullrun market? on: February 15, 2021, 08:22:32 AM
I held a few coins on Binance, of course seeing this Bullrun market is a happy moment. I want the market to continue experiencing positive trends. But this is also burdensome for me to send ERC20 tokens, I have to wait for the gas fee to come down.
Everyone is also waiting for the gas costs to come down to send ERC20 tokens, and everyone also likes the market conditions that are still in a bull run, from last night until now I see the market is experiencing a correction, can that be very good for everyone?
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Shall I HODL DOGE? on: December 23, 2020, 01:25:46 AM
Doge is shit coin for me, for transfer purpose i prefer lumens above doge, unless the market didnt provide lumens. I dont see any benefit hodling any doge, its mostly used for gambling purposes.
If the DOGE token is only unlucky for you, it means that DOGE cannot be considered an unlucky token, because an unlucky token will not last long in the market, and an unlucky token will never be on a large exchange and several exchanges that are already popular, I don't blame you when you choose a token for the purpose of your transfer to another place, but I am also surprised when an exchange does not provide token lumens, indirectly you will also use DOGE, is it worthy of being called an unlucky token? Grin
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Escrowed very important for bounty? on: December 13, 2020, 09:43:33 AM
yes, escrow is very important because if the token is in the hands of escrow then the payment for the bounty is certain and the team can no longer cheat on the hunter. but the problem is the manager who uses Escrow only a few
That's right, escrow in a bounty campaign is to guarantee participants to be paid in any form of token, regardless of the price of the token, which however guarantees payment will clearly exist, just because this is rarely used by new managers at this time, then every bounty participant who tries to take part in the bounty must always check it first in great detail and when there is no payment, then don't feel disappointed about this even though we have spent a lot of time on the bounty.
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Is this even normal? on: December 13, 2020, 09:37:46 AM
Not updating spreadsheet is a different thing, not opening telegram group for bounty hunters to make complains is another, they aren't same thing mate, some bounty hunters may lose stakes due to this, the team in charge of rewarding stakes might do mistakes some times and if group is closed how will the hunters affected make complains?
It seems you don't understand what the OP is saying here, but it doesn't matter, because I will make it straight, in general every bounty campaign has a channel on telegram and a telegram group created by the manager, and if the group is locked or shut down, then directly the Participants cannot ask anything about the bounty, this I think is very unnatural because it does not respect the work of the bounty participants, and one more thing when the spreadsheet is locked before all participants' bets are updated, it is a very ridiculous mistake in my opinion.
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