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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Bounties (Altcoins) / Re: [BOUNTY][REDC]🗺️RedCab🗺️ Decentralized Transportation Solution🚗🚗🚗 on: September 20, 2018, 02:37:10 PM
Good Day Sir! I joined the Signature Campaign and do all the effort to support this project but I ended up having wrong comments in the spreadsheet. It states that I am a NEWBIE but I am a jr. member. Kindly assess my concern sir.

Spreadsheet Number: 102
Bitcointalk Username: microwave
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Bounties (Altcoins) / Re: [BOUNTY][REDC]🗺️RedCab🗺️ Decentralized Transportation Solution🚗🚗🚗 on: September 20, 2018, 02:33:15 PM
Good Day Sir! I joined the Signature Campaign and do all the effort to support this project but I ended up having wrong comments in the spreadsheet. It states that I am a NEWBIE but I am a jr. member. Kindly assess my concern sir.

Spreadsheet Number: 102
Bitcointalk Username: microwave
3  Economy / Economics / Re: Build a Bank Of Bitcoin on: September 15, 2018, 10:51:11 AM
if i build a bank of bitcoin that operating like a traditional fiat money bank when people can save the money and get interest for their saving and also people can get a loan from my bank but the fiat money is change for bitcoin, the question is would you guys trust me to save your bitcoin on my bitcoin bank that i want to build ?

Yes of course that's really important for our bitcoin tbat may stored aside from bitcoin machine, people has already familiar the basic process to stored of our stock because of bank experienced.
4  Economy / Economics / Re: how to help people who have problem economic on: September 15, 2018, 05:27:43 AM
hello member of the bitcoin forum, Smiley
I'm confused and looking for answers about how to help people who are having economic problems,

are there any of us in this forum who have a good heart to help the economy of fellow human beings,

can opening new jobs reduce unemployment and improve the economy?


Sir bitcoin is the answer of the economy problem all financial would be given by bitcoin through the help of our little effort to focus how to get profit from bitcoin with or without capital money. just read the history of the people here in google that they already experienced to rich their goal to achieved become rich person because of bitcoin.
5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Asking stores do they accept bitcoin on: September 15, 2018, 03:39:50 AM
How many times have you came in a store and asked whether or not they accept bitcoin when you wanted to pay?

Should we do that EACH time we visit ANY store?
Would we create a huge advertisement for BTC that way?

Would stores start accepting it when they encounter a couple of people on a weekly basis asking them if they accept bitcoin?

Should we start doing this? o.o
Should we create a community so hard core that asks for everything they pay if it could be handled in BTC?


Yes sometime during my shopping at the big store here in my country I do ask them if they want to accept bitcoin for payment but unfortunately they didn't accept because  no bitcoin accepted here in big store but for any payment agency or remittance  here are absolutely they accept Bitcoin for payment.
6  Economy / Economics / Re: Reason why other ban cryptocurrencies on: September 15, 2018, 03:24:35 AM
The main reason for prohibitions is very simple. Transfers in a currency different from the national one, lead to poor economic performance, including GDP (one of the main indicators). This way, it is easier to launder money or transfer funds outside the country. Neither banks nor payment processors will get their interest.
McCall Robinson a manager of Merchant Accounts, believes that most countries prohibit Bitcoin because it cannot be regulated and he said that. "Many governments do not like the very idea that there is another form of currency that they are not able to control. The supervision takes place on the Internet. Some countries consider it as danger to their society and government.


I think some other government will will conduct totally ban because of not too much knowledge about how to generate stable income from Digital crypto currency they don't want to make their constituents become unhappy because of not regular income generated from crypto.
7  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: BMW now accepts Bitcoin as a payment! on: September 14, 2018, 03:51:13 AM
I bought my BMW 5 Bitcoins. This is the type of sentence that will be heard soon, major players that support Bitcoin are more numerous, mainstream adoption approach.

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Stephen James is now accepting Bitcoin for the purchase of your new BMW! Contact us today to find out more about how you can use Bitcoin to walk away with a brand-new Vehicle


Read more here: https://news.crypto-analyse.com/en/2018/07/20/bmw-now-accepts-bitcoin-as-a-payment/

And here:
https://cryptodaily.co.uk/2018/07/bmw-now-accepts-bitcoin-as-payment/

Here:
https://usethebitcoin.com/stephen-james-bmw-accepts-bitcoin-payments-for-car-purchases/

Official tweet from Stephen james company:
https://twitter.com/SJBMWGroup/status/1014887028746571777


That's really really big help to bitcoin adoption because like what I've compare to the company all new customer or supplier are subject to submit company profile which include List of Customer's and Supplier's Obviously because of the said Vehicle was very popular I think this is the way to the other big company also join in bitcoin adoption. 
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: What are you long on, and why? on: September 14, 2018, 03:17:19 AM
Minus the obvious BTC for the looong term win, I'm going long on:

(1) Sia
(2) Dent

Here's why:

(1) They're both really cheap right now
(2) They both seek to unsettle massive players in established markets. Sia is smashing cloud storage players and DENT is disrupting data strongholds in mobile
(3) They are already delivering fantastic products

What are you long on, and why?


I choose Long on for BTC I'm agree to buy more coins for the future investment I'm still holding for a long period of time no need to panic for selling because our coins is useless if we have to discharge and compromise without any assurance to get profit.
9  Economy / Economics / Re: What will happen if the all countries convert to cryptocurrency? on: September 12, 2018, 07:36:20 AM
Now that more and more countries are starting to go cashless (http://www.bbc.com/capital/story/20180427-does-a-cashless-society-benefit-everyone), is it possible that we also start converting to cryptocurrency? If that happens, what do you think are the advantages and disadvantages? Paying virtually is very convenient for me as I do not have to bring cash and it prevents petty theft but what is the disadvantage?


there's a big possibility  that all country are use crypto currency because every now and then people didn't stop to create a significant thing that brings us to progressive living. people doesn't handle of  many credential or requirement to provide if ever they applied for some other application they want  all transaction must be processed in virtual currency no need to bring the hassle thing only in crypto currency should provide all their needs.
10  Economy / Economics / Re: What should we focus on more? Demand or Supply? on: September 12, 2018, 02:40:27 AM
I see a lot of people that are hoarding 100% of their bitcoins, because they believe cutting off the supply, would be enough to increase the price. <mostly speculators>

Would it not be better, if we increased the demand by increasing Bitcoin awareness and convincing more merchants to offer Bitcoin payments?

A 100% hoarding strategy is more harmful, because it cancels all the good work that was done to get merchants to accept Bitcoin as a payment option. A merchant will stop accepting Bitcoin, if their is no demand or transactions being generated for their business from the Bitcoin payment side.

We should actively encourage local merchants to start accepting bitcoins and then we should start supporting them. <No matter how low the price is>

Just buy back the bitcoins that you spend and you will be fine or use money that you would not have hoarded and buy the goods or service with bitcoins. <So when the price increase, you will not have regrets that you spend those coins>

Adopt a 80% hoarding and 20% spending strategy and we will see a massive increase in Bitcoin adoption <Merchants & Bitcoin users >  Cool  


We should understand that the supply and demand is important for every investor we don't get a lot of supply if the demand is very high also we don't demand the high price if the supply is volume. the important here is balance it depend the person how they handle the situation like that.
11  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Most Crypto investors are Cowards on: September 08, 2018, 03:52:11 AM
The answer is just simple, we all are cowards  Smiley. Everyone will like to wake up one day and find out that Btc has reached 50,000. All these people are scared to invest hugely in bitcoin but want to become  Crypto millionaire and Billionaire. You ask them why they are scared and they are like crypto is volatile and so on. This is the time to set the record straight make people realize what they are into. If you are scared then there is no need for you to join this amazing fraternity Smiley.


We don't blame the negative feelings of some investor because they would know a lot  the history of their fund before they decide to invest not all investor have enough fund to invest there are some others trying to invest even if their capital are limited.
12  Economy / Economics / Re: Does Bitcoin affect world trade? on: September 07, 2018, 08:40:55 AM
Is there a role for Bitcoin in international trade? Have you heard of a trade between two countries?
And will it be in the future?


I think Bitcoin did not affect to the world trade market price all of the changes of numbers is because of inflation and deflation of real goods and any other products from importation and exportation, bitcoin is classified as direct decentralized digital peer to peer transaction business its so difference to real business.
13  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Is cryptocurrency so difficult to understand on: September 03, 2018, 02:31:09 PM
I engaged with young people and layman people in my communities on the quest of exposing them to cryptocurrency. During the period I discovered that they find It so difficult to understand the concepts, they are so much acquainted with fiat currency and traditional ways of making payment transactions.
I will be impress If I can get a valuable ways and methods in making them understand what cryptocurrency is all about and engage them actively.

Encouraging is one empresive to people to encourage to
 take and use anything, so even in crypto currency even if this is difficult to use if the know already that there is a good return after using it  I think they pursue their selves to learned and explore about crypto.
14  Economy / Economics / Re: Crypto replacing fiat? on: September 03, 2018, 02:57:59 AM
Lets say crypto completely and utterly replaced fiat. Fiats don't exist anymore. All governments have seen the advantage of using digital currency and have completely changed their fiat into crypto, like dollar to dollar token(obviously not tether). How viable is this? For example anyone can see how much I am holding using the public ledger and track me down and force me into sending them the cryptos I hold. I wanna discuss in reality if cryptos actually replace fiat how life will be and what are the problems we are gonna face and the immediate effects of it.   

If bitcoin replaced totally to fiat money we are convenient in terms of processing and about your question what is possible problem we face and how lifes would be if ever bitcoin totally replaced. Same as normal situation but the technology big change to our life bitcoin will bring us to high standard level of all things.
15  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Why government announce bitcoin is illegal? on: September 03, 2018, 02:42:50 AM
We know Bitcoin is one of the powerful and top coin in marketplace.
But world wide all county are announced its illegal.
I personally think that bitcoin is very help us for paying any payment.
Its has many facility.
But our government are announced its illegal

I have items, merchandize or bussiness intepreniur is not registered to government thats automatically elligal thats why they called bitcoin is illegal. But for us bitcoin is really useful and quitely help to the new person  user who want to built their own business using bitcoin and also this is really tested actualy.
16  Economy / Economics / Re: Friends reactions to crypto currencies? on: September 03, 2018, 02:15:55 AM
I was questioned on crypto currencies legalization. I explained the facts happening around. Few received it with convincing reactions and few just ignored it. I really felt bad for the guys who did not care about crypto currencies as I really know the fruitfulness? I happily taught few others about crypto currencies. What was your friends expression when you introduced bitcoin to them?

We don't blame about the opinion of people because they have the right to express their feelings we know our selves that crypto currency is really helpful specially in bitcoin but we have no right to force them what we gonna do is to explain it wisely and shared our experienced of achievement from crypto, who knows they realized that crypto in their life is useful and life changer very much.
17  Economy / Economics / Re: Government regulation on cryptocurrency, GOOD or BAD? on: September 02, 2018, 03:46:46 PM
I came to a realization that government had stepped in already in some countries who are accepted and acknowledge cryptocurrency existence. In fact they made a regulations that has made some negative and positve reactions over the implementation of cryptocurrency regulations like doing KYC (Knoy Your Client) on local exchanges, Registering ICO projects to the government agency concerns and etc which purpose is to prevent illegal or abuse in the use of cryptocurrency from money laundering, funding terrorist groups and etc. Well can you say about this regulations, GOOD or BAD?

I hope i don't offend to others to my answer here that crypto currency is needs to regulate by the government for generating taxes for the economic growth of government for funding of a good infrustracture and good development.
18  Economy / Economics / Re: Centralized or Decentralized for cryptocurrencies? on: September 02, 2018, 05:36:22 AM
We all know, there are 2 types of cryptocurrency
1st: centralized
2nd: decentralized

The difference between them, centralized cryptocurrency is controlled by a government or a company. It has value only in the specific area under company or government boundaries.
Decentralized cryptocurrency has no connection with any state, government

But, the government of some countries are against Bitcoin and some are ready to adopt Bitcoin. So what would effect on Bitcoin if any government approved Bitcoin as a legal tender?

Decentralization is for all of us to be improved of our living lifestyle but this is not useful in general i mean to the government economy if all people are use bitcoin for daily transaction, because how could the poor people get help from government if bitcoin is decentralized we know already  that in rural area has no computers and cellphones because of no internet site, how did they get help to the government.
19  Economy / Economics / Re: Which cryptocurrency should I invest in, in 2018? Why? on: September 01, 2018, 07:49:02 AM
Iím going to be accumulating the majority of the coins below over the course of 2018 Q1óIím a big believer in a diversified portfolio.

Especially in crypto.

I split coins into 3 tiers. Coins in tiers 1 & 2 I will be continuously adding to my holdings throughout Q1.

I based these tiers on my investment strategy, I highly suggest creating a strategy before investing in anything.

You need to have a goal that youíre working towards, and a framework for how you want to reach that goal.

My goal is to increase my holdings of Tier 1 & 2 coins, by trading coins from tier 3 on a short-medium time frame (2Ė6 months).

I also margin trade Tier 1 & 2 coins and use profits to increase my overall $BTC position.

Donít margin trade.

Itís bad.

Not margin trading is rule #8 in my ď10 Crypto CommandmentsĒ.

Some of these coins I donít believe in as long term investments.

Most of the time, the criteria I use to pick coins starts fundamentally with the team, roadmap, and community.

Once Iíve deemed a coin as ďFundamentally StrongĒ, I then go into the charts and apply Technical Analysis to determine if I can get a solid entry point.

Sometimes, Iíll see a coin I donít think will last in the long run, but the chart is just too pretty to say no. I will denote these coins with an [X] by their name.

Cliche Disclaimer: none of this is financial advice, donít even listen to me, Iím a random person on the internet ó I could be full of sh*t and you wouldnít know it.

Do your own research and only ever invest what you can afford to lose.

Tier 1

Bitcoin ($BTC)

I always hold at least a little BTC. Bitcoin is the market leader, and until that changes, I will always hedge against my Altcoin investments with Bitcoin. I typically have any where from 10Ė30% of my portfolio in Bitcoin depending on Bitcoin dominance at that time.

Bitcoin dominance refers to the percentage of the total cryptocurrency market share which is held by Bitcoin. You can check the live stat here.

The link also shows the market dominance of the other major coins on the market- spend some time getting to know the chart and notice how coins market caps correlate negatively or positively with each other.

Understanding the market cycles of crypto is pivotal to successful investing.

Tier 2

Neo ($NEO) & Ethereum ($ETH)


Image courtesy of CoinSutra

ETH and NEO are competitors. They solve the same problems, are both serious coins with large market caps, and I hold both as long term investments.

Iím not hedging against my bets by investing in competitors. Itís feasible to me that these two entities could co-exist in the future in a fashion similar to how Apple and Samsung coexist.


Every people there is a target when it come to make an investment and this is refer to their analysis and balance people would decide to start if they are ready to invest and where they want to invest because as of this time the price of all crypto currency is such a controversy all of them are moving closer almost all are simultaneously move together at same adjustment. so if you always monitored the price everyday you can just to decide it if you invest now or wait for he good price or buying of stock for the futer investment.   


20  Economy / Economics / Re: Bitcoin after several years? on: September 01, 2018, 07:01:06 AM
what do you think will happen on bitcoin after several years?
i expect that bitcoin will a more bigger continuities and maybe that we can use bitcoin currency in public like buying in a supermarket cause we alk know that technology in our world was growing in every second that's only what I'm thinking
what about your thoughts?



Bitcoin after several years much is more efficient, affordable and most of all it is available anytime and more users engage in bitcoin because of a great potential to earn profit in our own investment at home. 
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