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1  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Is BNB is at it's peak price? on: Today at 07:48:16 AM
When it hit $300+ back in February, many people said it's the peak. Well, they're obviously wrong now. Before talking about peak, look at where we are now in this bullmarket cycle. I think it's still too early to say that any coin/token has peaked. For BNB, you still have the quarterly burn and who knows what CZ will announce next. The price will probably breach $600 and drop back to $400+. It will have another consolidation period there before another leg up.
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Newcomers, Moonboys and Fools on: Today at 07:14:27 AM
~ Before investing your life savings into some random new shitcoin, be sure to have a clear thought processes on why you're investing in this crypto.

~ There will be another bear market, there will be a day were the market once again falls through.

~ Nothing in crypto grows forever and the majority of newer-projects (<6-8months) will die out

~ Tech analysis and your favorite shill will not save you, no one will but yourself and your intuition.
If you're a newbie and you hate reading long posts, these are the key points you should really take into consideration when you plan on investing.

Although the crypto market has matured significantly from the last two bull cycles, it can still be considered a wild west because it is unregulated. New projects aren't afraid to launch token sales because they can get away with it using their anonymity.

When it comes to these influencers/experts, they will all disappear or shut up once the bull run is over. They will wash their hands and tell you it's not their fault that you got caught up and didn't sell before the bear market.
3  Local / Pamilihan / Re: Looking for Filipino marketer in NFT project on: Today at 06:40:16 AM
We are launching NFT project. And we need a Filipino man who has great experience in promoting NFT on Asian market.
Can you drop your website for us to review first?

[ Mod edit: We are not Philippinian, we are Filipinos ]
@Mr. Big, naging Pinoy na sila bigla  Grin
4  Local / Altcoins (Pilipinas) / Re: TKO road to $1 na nga ba? on: Today at 06:35:05 AM
Nag-bounce na siya konti dahil siguro hinihila dn ng BNB.

Kakalaunch lang pero unlike nung sa Alice, yung tinaas nya eh walang kwenta,
Dalawang posibleng rason bakit hindi masyadong pumutok kagaya ng Alice o kahit kumpara na natin sa SFP:
1. Nag-launch nung medyo correction mode si BTC
2. Mas maliit ang market nila kumpara sa Alice o SFP. Hindi ko masabi kung target din nila international market dahil pati twitter nila local language ang gamit.

Isa pa, backfire din sa kanila yung pag-prioritize ng mga Indo sa airdrop. Ang dami din nagbenta agad.

Dito mo pwedeng makita kung marami ba talagang malalaking player (balyena) sa Indonesia na susuporta sa Tokocrypto Exchange.

Most likely mahaba-habang consolidation to at posibleng mag-sub $2.
5  Economy / Gambling / Re: 🎲|⚡️Free BTC+BNB|⚡️$3.5mln Staking pool|⚡️New coins every week on: Today at 05:57:35 AM
I can notice after BFG token merging program happens staking rewards are getting lower and lower.
The staking pool isn't getting lower but miners are growing in numbers. If you haven't been playing/mining to increase your BFG tokens, you can expect your staking rewards to decrease.

Is this due to BTC take off up or daily allocation pool arrived at its minimum?
It's the latter. If BTC rises, the less sats to be distributed because the dividend pool is priced in USD.

The total amount in their dividend pool is around 3.5 M $;
6  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: How priced-in is Glassnode data and how we can use it to get ahead of the crowd? on: Today at 05:44:22 AM
Do you think this scenario is realistic or not?
BTC movement to exchanges scared a lot of weak hands/newbies before and I'm pretty sure that also influenced them to sell.

How much of it is priced in do you reckon?
I don't know. It's hard to speculate how much the price would drop from news like this. If a whale attempts to dump, another whale would counter trade and buy the dip.

Can't the whales simply coordinate in the following fashion to manipulate market?
Again, hard to tell. AFAIK, most of them trade independently. They follow their own charts and analysis.
7  Economy / Gambling / Re: 🎲|⚡️Free BTC+BNB|⚡️$3.5mln Staking pool|⚡️New coins every week on: Today at 05:15:27 AM
What is the $3.5 million staking pool actually about?
I don't know what you mean or where you got that figure. From what I know, Betfury allocates 3% to the staking pool from the daily profits. Visit the staking page and you can see how much the platform is getting. You can start staking from mining and holding at least 10 BFG tokens.

8  Economy / Gambling / Re: 🎲|⚡️Free BTC+BNB|⚡️$3.5mln Staking pool|⚡️New coins every week on: April 11, 2021, 08:57:23 AM
So after the merging, do we still only earn them from BTC?
Merging of the two BGF tokens is over.

If you're asking if you will still stake BTC from holding the unified BFG token, then yes.

If your question is if you can only mine them from wagering BTC, then no. Although the mining price placed on the website is in BTC, you can still mine using other cryptocurrencies they support.
9  Economy / Gambling / Re:$200 FreeBTC⭐Win Lambo🔥0.2BTC DailyJackpot🏆$32,500 Wager Contest on: April 11, 2021, 08:41:14 AM
This is to give opportunity to players who also wants to hold fun but unable to buy at this moment because the transaction fee is quite high.
I don't see a transaction fee below.

Players don't need to pay a higher fee when a transaction using just hold on-site you will also get an opportunity such as cashback and freespin if reached the holding period.
@lienfaye is most likely referring to the transaction fees sending BTC or the fees charged by centralized exchanges when withdrawing FUN direct to their FB account. And yeah, the insanely high fees you pay on smart contracts when buying on Uniswap.

Has anyone voted in FUN's new logo? I received an email few hours ago and already cast my vote.
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: The next 100x coin after bnb and after eth on: April 11, 2021, 07:57:45 AM
>It's not wise to be demanding people to look for a coin or token for you.
Itís not an easy to tell which coin, of course you guy could have a better insight, canít you see how many genius in this forum has made so much fortune from their story? Theyíre indeed the chosen one.
Then don't boss people around with your don't tell just need to look deeper sh*t when you are only asking for better insights.

There is no chosen one and almost everyone making money on this bullrun will look like a genius. A lot of those who made tons of money (1000X+) started buying from 2018-2020 when the price of coins/tokens are literally on the floor. The others were early to catch the DeFi trend buying tokens on Uniswap.
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: The next 100x coin after bnb and after eth on: April 11, 2021, 07:14:23 AM
What is the next 100x coin that you would like to bet as little as $10 and gain as much as $1000?
What's the timeline? If as long as ten years, even BTC can probably achieve that.

Donít tell me there isnít anything that can make you filthy rich, you just need to look deeper.
Then why not go to coingecko or coinmarketcap and look deeper for gems yourself? It's not wise to be demanding people to look for a coin or token for you.

Do you think DeFi or NFT would be next 100x?
It's possible especially if there will be no other crypto trend that will replace them. We've had POW, POS, Privacy Coins, Masternodes, DeFi, NFT.
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Ethereum Blockchain Centralised on: April 11, 2021, 06:15:28 AM
There are also groups of people that claims it is a centralized scam. You can also search them on this board. One of the issues is that most of the nodes securing the network are run on cloud like AWS. That makes Ethereum reliant on some private companies.

Who decides when and how EIP1559 is implemented? When to implement Eth2, etc.
AFAIK, there were discussions and voting involved among the ethereum community before the implementation of EIP 1559. Maybe you can call it centralized when it was pushed even though majority of the big miners opposed it.
13  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: I have $150,000 US dollars and my target is a 10x gain. Stop me going all in now on: April 11, 2021, 05:18:25 AM
4. If I want to pursue some alt coins, and again, I have a high risk profile, what % mix would you recommend?  33% alt-coins and 66% bitcoin, or 50-50, etc? 
You will obviously get different takes on this one especially here on this forum. Since you are planning to hold for a long time, I would say put 80% to BTC while 15% to high cap altcoins of your choice and 5% to mid caps. I have a few of them in mind but I would rather let you look into them.

If I may add, you could also play with altcoins for short term and move them back to BTC (making your port 100%). Many altcoins are performing better than bitcoin in USD value and also doing well against BTC but that trend won't last long. It could end in six months time.
14  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: BTC losing its dominance big time on: April 11, 2021, 04:57:09 AM
Well, Bitcoin seems to be falling just a little bit because altcoins are thriving, but it's still king and no coin can challenge its dominance.
What we're talking about here is the altcoins outperforming BTC in terms of price increase for a certain period of time and that can be clearly seen in the charts. Nobody is questioning BTC as the king or challenging its position as the no. 1 of cryptocurrency. Again, market dominance is decreasing.
15  Economy / Gambling / Re: 🎲|⚡️Free BTC+BNB|⚡️$3.5mln Staking pool|⚡️New coins every week on: April 11, 2021, 04:49:09 AM
^ Too many coins/tokens must have broken their staking bot Grin

Seriously now, this is what their TG admin said:
Hello everyone 🤗

We are aware that staking rewards have  not  been paid out accordingly yet.

Please be patient as we  conduct the fixes  now on the  staking rewards.

Our team had to make  backend tweeks today  as we had to prepare for future implementations.

This involves many things to come this year, we are always  evolving  as a strong casino.

Thanks guys again for being so understanding with us 😃

You'll have those staking rewards ✈️ flying to your wallets  very soon  ✈️
It looks we're going to expect more games and slots providers soon. That's good and all but as small BFG token holders would always ask, when increase staking pool Huh Grin

And yeah, I'm pretty sure stakers would also appreciate it if future tweaks will be announced in advance.
16  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: BTC losing its dominance big time on: April 10, 2021, 05:30:25 PM

78% Shocked Where did you get this? That aggregator probably doesn't have a lot of coins/tokens listed on it or it has a completely different way of computing. Coingecko has it at 53% while it's around 54% at Coinmarketcap.

Bitcoin has never lost its dominance in the cryptocurrency market, all altcoins operate around bitcoin.
Even though altcoins are doing well at the moment, bitcoin is still at the heart of the cryptocurrency market.
Market dominance is measured by market capitalization. It's true that most altcoins are still tied up to the BTC price movement but you cannot say it never lost some of its dominance when the data clearly say so.
17  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: I am launching a independant news website on: April 10, 2021, 04:23:16 PM
The name of the website sounded familiar and when I opened the link, sure enough, it looks connected to a project. In what way is your platform independent? Are you not sponsored by Decentraland?

Some feedbacks:
  • The colors are too strong for me. I wouldn't spend more than a minute looking at it.
  • It's nice that you didn't add any ads that would pop up
18  Economy / Gambling / Re: 🔥Sportbook and Casino: BITSLER > $10,000 DAILY Wagering contest < on: April 10, 2021, 03:30:40 PM
I think Waves is popular, but I don't konw if the fee is high because if its high then it's not good for gambling.
If you don't know that transaction fee on Waves is cheap, it's probably not that popular.

19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Binance raised withdrawal fees again? on: April 10, 2021, 08:59:42 AM
The USDT withdrawal fee is:
- BEP2: $1
- BSC: $0.8
- ERC20: $20
- TRC20: $1
- OMNI layer: disabled.
USDT Omni withdrawal fee is 28 from

Someone has pointed out that they increased the withdrawal fee on different networks to promote their native stable coin BUSD. Let's compare the withdrawal fees:
- BEP 2: 0.5
- BEP20 (BSC): 0
- ERC20: 10

^ Those figures confirm what has been said by other members.

Is Poloniex still under the control of Justin Sun? If so, I won't be surprised if he increases withdrawal fees of BNB and BEP2/BEP20 as a response to his buddy CZ's action. New level of exchange wars  Grin
20  Economy / Gambling / Re: 🎲|⚡️Free BTC+BNB|⚡️$3.5mln Staking pool|⚡️New coins every week on: April 10, 2021, 06:43:55 AM
When they added this? Because i was waiting for this for a while, but hadn't even checked that i can choose the network now.
I didn't see any prior announcement. If I am going to guess, it was added the same time they used the Binance bridge for ZIL and ONT. This somehow explains why the two newly added coins were included in the ETH staking pool instead of BNB.

At last i don't have to gamble every eth i make, but i can withdraw it cheaply wrapped in bsc.
Exactly. I was just building up my ETH balance up to a point where I won't mind the gas fees.

Props to @Betfury for doing this. Are we going to expect a BTCB soon?

Withdrew all my ETH and it went smooth as expected.

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