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161  Economy / Services / Re: [SIG] International Blockshare Identification Number(IBIN) Signature [OPEN] on: May 04, 2018, 03:07:41 AM
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162  Economy / Services / Re: Bitcoin Forum Puzzle on: May 01, 2018, 01:46:55 PM
Puzzle No.: 15

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163  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Will you sell your Bitcoin at $100,000 or what? on: April 27, 2018, 12:39:05 PM
I don't have much of bitcoin to sell it below $100,000 - and will probably do this one year after.
Still have some doubts.. Maybe $200,000 will be a better point?
Please give an advice, your opinion is important!!

PS. It's not a joke. Please be realistic while estimating..
Gonna bring up this topic close to X-Mas 2018.

Hi ther junoon! I am with you in the thinking of bitcoin to reach at 100k mark. However, I think seven months is not enough to gather that traction. I am not opposing for the sky rocketed price but I think that can't be achieved in this year. I have read an article lately that says if the bitcoin is a bubble, this year is just like 1994 in the dot com bubble. That leaves us less than six years before it burst. Rather than selling it based on the price, i will rather sell based on the year.
164  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin still exist in your country? on: April 24, 2018, 02:18:40 PM
I wonder,that the other country didnt accept bitcoin.

Hi there jonas5222000! There are several reasons why most of the country did not accept bitcoin as a legal form of currency. One of which is the protection of the government to their people. We all know that there are lot of illegal activities sprouted as bitcoin goes mainstream. By not recognizing bitcoin it add an extra layer of protection to the government to secure the financial aspect of institutions and people.
165  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Seller pays fee option? on: April 17, 2018, 02:13:04 PM
When you pay by card or Paypal the seller pays any fees related to the transaction.  Does BTC allow anything similar?  It would make it more customer friendly.

Hi there thirdprize! As far as I have explore bitcion and different company, I never had chance to encounter something like that.
Maybe there are company that could develop that kind of transaction, and it become successful there are more people will look after it.
166  Economy / Speculation / Re: best time to buy bitcoin on: April 06, 2018, 07:34:32 PM
Hi there popping! Every time you buy bitcoin and the best time is when you can afford to lose the money that you spend to buy or invest in bitcoin. Bitcoinís amount is fluctuating too much so if you canít afford to lose that money you spend it's not the best time to buy bitcoin. But this time is the perfect timing to purchase bitcoin because the value of bitcoin is in the decreasing season so if you brought bitcoin now and hold it for a long time or sell it into your effective cost.
167  Economy / Economics / Re: Should I stop Buying BTC? on: April 06, 2018, 07:01:22 PM
It depends on the situation if you feel that you lose too much money by buying and selling bitcoin or your capital gains are now going negative and better sell your bitcoin so make the collateral damage less.  But if you buy your bitcoin at a low value and think that bitcoinís rate will not increase just keep holding your bitcoin, maybe in the next season or next quarter bitcoinís cost increase for some reasons. 
168  Economy / Economics / Re: do you think bitcoin is controversial ? on: April 05, 2018, 06:44:11 PM
Yes, I think that bitcoin is very controversial. Bitcoin is very contentious that many people become curious of if and most them think that is that bitcoin is an illegal currency that uses by criminals, but some of the people embrace the new technology. They explore and try it, and after a year some people become wealthy, and bitcoin become more popular.
169  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: selling bitcoin is a stupid decision ? on: April 01, 2018, 05:40:41 PM
Hi guys , I  read in social media that many people are panicking its because bitcoin dropped every hour and they think they might lose their money because of that .Well for me , there's no need to panic because when bitcoin dropped as its lowest price its a blessing . And also joining in CRYPTO CURRENCY WORLD, you already know what risk you  should face , and  its a win and win bet when you hold bitcoin . So knowing that  some people selling their bitcoin I feel so sorry for them.  

Hi there popping! Those people that are selling their bitcoin could be two things. One, they probably sell their bitcoins in order to buy more bitcoins because the price is going down. This will give them opportunity to sell it fast and to buy in an instant for a much lower price, thus a clear revenue. Another type of people who sell and just want to quit bitcoin could be only thinking of is money. They didn;t use the technology and didn't believe in it thus a tendency to sell out their possession to reduce the damages or losses.
170  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Should I buy bitcoin now? on: April 01, 2018, 05:20:58 PM
New user to the forums and new to Bitcoin overall, just looking for some advice. My friends have bought packs with USI-tech a few months ago when the price was around £2.5k per coin. I'm looking to get into it but just wondering when to go for it.

I've been waiting for the price to fall which it kind of has now, do I wait it out even longer for it to fork again in November? Or do I just put some money into it now. I've been doing a lot of research before I do anything but just want some opinions on here please.

Hi there NebA! The question is why you shouldn't buy bitcoin? Currently the price is so low, that is almost like a bargain to others. At the time if this posting the price of bitcoin is just way below $7k and that is absolutely very low. Compare to the the all time low of 6k few months earlier, the price below 7k is what most people wait for. It will bring a new hope to them to gain bitcoin and be ready to the next quarter of high price. However, if some are waiting, there are some that are in the state of panic due to the sudden dip. But that could be a good thing to those who are willing to buy.  
171  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Positive News about Bitcoin on: April 01, 2018, 05:04:06 PM

Hi there theyoungmillionaire! That is a very comprehensive post you got there. You should have get some reward for that. I just don't know how the fmerit or coins could be send, even though I think this is just a fools joke. Anyway, that is a very good news to all of bitcoin holder and even to those alt holders. The newegg support to bitcoin is a huge leap to online purchasing. I think due to that strategy, there could be a spike of revenue. I just do hope that other company follow the steps done by these good and very supportive companies.
172  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: GOOGLE hasn't banned BITCOIN advertising on: April 01, 2018, 04:24:34 PM
Here's what Google said:

My first comment is that there's never been any BTC advertisement. Who would pay for it? The BTC's foundation? This board's webmaster? As there's no corporation, nor an individual owning BTC, there can't be any kind of advertising. The only ads I've ever seen were for lousy ICOs, shitcoins, trading and exchanges websites where you can make a deposit but not a withdrawal, trading consultants who screw you with the promise to show you how not to get screwed, and super safe crypto-wallets where your private keys are automatically sent to a smart angel in East Russia. Google wants to ban all that? I say thanks Google!

Hi there countryfree! Sorry but based on my understanding of the phrases "ads for the following will no longer be allowed .... Cryptocurrencies and related content" means that they banned bitcoin and alt coins advertising. Do I missing something or I misunderstood? On the other hand, it seems that you are correct. Youtube which own by google continue to advertise cryptocurrency related advertisement. I have even see the Dash, and two mining company that plays their ad in between a youtube vid.
173  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Is bitcoin a form of gambling? on: April 01, 2018, 03:45:55 PM
In traditional slots you pay a coin, and if a certain sequence comes up, you get some winnings.  I think everyone will agree that's a form of gambling.

In bitcoin, to create coins, you pay some electricity, and if a sequence of 0's comes up, you win some bitcoins.

Is this aspect a form of gambling?

And if so, is that illegal in the U.S.?

Hi there melvster! Gambling is the process when some one just use luck or chances to earn cash after betting using a certain amount of cash. It is totally different from bitcoin, where bitcoin is a form of currency just like the cash you are using during gambling. Thus, bitcoin can be use to bet in gambling. Investing in bitcoin on the other hand doesn't mean it is a form of gambling, if that is how you perceived it. Does it mean that investor who buy stock at Spotify or Snapchat are all gamblers because there could be no certainty that their investment will generate a revenue?.
174  Economy / Speculation / Re: What will happen to bitcoin in 2018? on: March 31, 2018, 06:16:04 PM
Bitcoin has been hot, but many bosses think it is a big bubble. If you want to ask how the red currency will fare in 2018, some of the weaker bitcoin institutions think it won't be long, and prices will fall in 2018. The famously bold bank of Denmark has made a startling prediction: it will be back in its original form after it has shot up to $60,000, falling back to $1,000.

Deutsche bank has previously said the bitcoin crash would be one of the major risks of 2018. Ahead of the launch of bitcoin futures, deutsche bank warned that the bitcoin boom could pose a serious threat to the broader market in 2018.

Hi there mi56374100! Have you notice that most of the bank warns people about bitcoins, there are investors that warns about bitcoin too... I am just wondering, do they intentionally do that to protect their own company, if so then it means the bitcoin is a great treat to their business. Just imagine why will they turn down a technological advancement if it could be beneficial to them. That means bitcoin have a greater future and they are preventing it as soon as possible. A man will not hurt a child if it doesn't have a direct treat, but a man could punch another man if he knew it is a treat to his life.
175  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin can be hacked? on: March 31, 2018, 05:58:49 PM
actually i want to know there is a possibility have to hack this supper e-money, because somebody hack it will be a huge effect for the economy.
pls give your valuable opinion. Sad Sad Sad Sad Sad Sad

Hi there warunacrypto! There is no way to hack this super e-money you are calling.  The bitcoin is run thru a decentralized network of computer which run the bitcoin core. Each one have each ledger and any alteration of the ledger needs approval by other core holder. There is a note that 51% of the network must agree for the necessary changes to enable to control the network. But due to thousand of users no one could absolutely can do that even those hackers is using a bootnet. What could be hacked is the bitcoin wallet or trading platform.
176  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Why do you love Bitcoin? on: March 31, 2018, 05:23:14 PM
I love bitcoin because its the crypto currency and its the king of the crypto.
It hasa lot of use cases.
I can exchange it to any other crypto.

Why do you love Bitcoin?
Why are you interested?

Hi there arondaly! What i like most in bitcoin is the cost saving it brings. But of course aside from it, the benefit of gaining extra revenue by just mere holding a bitcoins. In terms of cut cost savings. Bitcoin saves me a lot of fee, i usually send and received money across the globe, and using the traditional money transfer cost me a lot. But when i discover bitcoin, i tried to transfer those bitcoin across the globe and to the luck it even not cost me a dime. That i realize the best benefit of bitcoin to financial system.
177  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin Dangerous ? on: March 31, 2018, 05:02:50 PM
i want to ask what makes the bitcoin dangerous? to the point that many countries prohibit the use of bitcoin in their countries. I want to hear your opinion

Hi there MuhNofa! I think you have heard or read news that people are getting scammed due to the investment they have done which ended in bankruptcy.   But if you are referring dangerous as in a tragedy which  involves life and death issue. I have read a news in an asian country I cant remember if it is thailand. What happened is a man has been get drunk by the suspect and pointed a knife to extort his bitcoins that is in his mobile phone app. Luckily the victim is not killed and exited with minimal damage. But the bitcoins is transferred to the criminal wallet. The good thing is that, the victim reported it to the police and the criminals were been caught and the bitcoin is returned.  
178  Other / Off-topic / Re: Solution to overcome panic on: March 31, 2018, 03:52:39 PM
As a newbie, sometimes when looking at the declining bitcoin price chart finds it confusing to decide whether to sell or hold assets. What should we do when under such conditions.

1. Seek information or signal to the next bitcoin price movement
2. Join groups or communities of crypto merchants, or
3. Confident and reinforce the belief that bitcoin prices will recover.

If you have any other suggestions, I would be more pleased. Thank's

Hi there!  Those are good tips for those people just like me who sometimes got panic when the bitcoin price is falling fast. I have tried to do some of the listed tips but sometime they give me more urge to sell or buy. Example is the groups, when most of the people in the groups is saying to sell, i am pushed to sell in thinking that is the good thing. Because there are many people that are selling I just go with the flow. But later I have notice that when most of the people are selling, it is the right time to buy because most of them want to sell as fast as they can. I think what could I contribute is just stay with your plan. If you plan for a long term, stick to it and don't go with the decision of others.
179  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Invest now - should or not? on: March 30, 2018, 04:43:29 PM
I saw the bad news about the bitcoin  Sad , I feel unhappy because I'm going to invest into bitcoin  Roll Eyes . Whether it booms again or continues down to death. Should I start with $450 now? If it's possible, please tell me where to begin.
My colleagues advise me to use ETH, but i just found another name Nextycoin. The Nextyplatform seems to new, i wonder it will lead more oppoturnities, by contrast, ETH's old and likely to more reliable.  Cheesy
Which one should I choose? Anyone gives me some info. about them or other names, pls.
Thanks  Grin

Hi there Mark2305! At the moment of this posting, the price is way below 7k which is almost near to the lowest price since this year. I frequently tell others to must as many as you can in any time of the day especially these days. But right now, I could suggest that just wait for the price hit 6k and it is the time of buying. That is most traders will do, they have been set their price near the 6k mark just what happen in the previous weeks. What will happened next is a surge of price pump again at 8k and if you just want it in a short term. that is the time you could sell if off.
180  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: king of all coins on: March 30, 2018, 04:27:03 PM
new coins that have come a lot in the crypto world have an impact on the market price. however, after the arrival of the same ripple operates behind the blockchain.
will this coin replace BITCOIN or BITCOIN will continue in its position and remain the king of all coins?

Hi there airdagon! I agree with you that there are so many coins out there coin market cap even listed 1,594 of them. And take note that all of them is a treat to bitcoin, and they are all run and managed individually, that could be said that they all compete each other. In a situation that you have a hundred of competitor is hard, what more if there are thousand of them. However, what ever those coins do, the bitcoin will remain the king of all of them. No one could replace the position of bitcoin because bitcoin have started all of this, and if there is not bitcoin there could be no thousand of alts out there.
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