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281  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: Which cryptocurrency is best to buy today? on: January 04, 2018, 08:05:37 AM
please anyone guide me.I want to buy cryptocurrency.

Hi there Shwester! There a lot of people telling which crypto is best and possibly give an immediate profit within one or two months. I hope you read the news about the facebook early investor which bought a massive amount of bitcoins. Iím pretty sure he will not purchase it if it will not be beneficial to him. Thus, I recommend to buy bitcoin, it is the pioneer in crypto and most company accept and support bitcoins among other crypto.  Hope it helps.  Wink
282  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Too late to invest in cryptos if you're old? on: January 04, 2018, 07:35:16 AM
What would you guys advise someone who is retired, living off pension and savings? Is it too late/risky to invest at that kind of age?
Do you guys think the elderly have a chance of jumping on the crypto train, or do you guys think it's too late for them to invest?

Hi there Games.Bitcoin! I will depends on how old and how much money do he need. An elderly person who is retired and have a consistent money came from retirement benefits could definitely invest in bitcoins. However, as we all know that the moment someone is retired, he want to remove stress from work, and enjoy life. If the elderly man didnít want this enjoyment and would continue to earn money, thus investment is a good option. But, he could invest in a less stressful job and prevent him from watching and trading coins to prevent heart attach. Lol.   Wink
283  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: bitcoin or ripple ? on: January 04, 2018, 07:16:50 AM

whats do you think and why ?

i mean in the next 2-5 years
whats your word ?

Hi there lovebtclss! I know lots of people are getting their attention at Ripple as its price soars more than bitcoin in this last few days. However, if you will compare those coins, bitcoin will still the king and ripple will just ended up like a little brother of bitcoin. In terms of price, I think ripple couldnít surpass the price of the bitcoin. Even today at different exchange, bitcoin is still the number one in terms of price, volume and market capitalization. Those traders is just enjoying the sky rocketing price of ripple, but for me Bitcoin is still the best of them all.  Wink
284  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Why do some government ban bitcoin? on: January 04, 2018, 06:26:39 AM
China-based cryptocurrency exchange BTCC suspended all domestic trading in yuan last weekend. The decision came on the heels of a September 5 statement from regulatory authorities in China, which required all domestic cryptocurrency exchanges publish closing announcements, stop registering new users, and establish a schedule to cease yuan-denominated trading by September 15. Huobi and OKCoin ó two other exchanges based in China ó have announced similar plans to stop trading. To be clear: China has not banned the use of cryptocurrencies. It has banned cryptocurrency exchanges and initial coin offerings (ICOs). Even still, it has prompted some to consider whether a government might ban cryptocurrencies like bitcoin ó and, perhaps more importantly, whether such a ban would be effective Smiley Smiley Smiley

Hi there abd000! I think the problem in some country is that bitcoin canít be controlled by their government and if there are something that canít be controlled it could definitely be rouge and create damage to the economy. In terms of bitcoin in China, I think that is also the reason behind, and to protect itís citizen. However, China always want to create their own, thus, bitcoin is included on those lists. But rumors said that China is preparing a good regulation about cryptocurrencies, and will then open itís door again to crypto.  Wink
285  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Can Bitcoin make Banks disappear? on: January 03, 2018, 12:18:43 PM
It seems that experts say that Bitcoin 'Here to Stay,' But Banks Could Disappear.

"TheStreet: How do you think FinTech will impact the way banks operate?

Frank Schwab: Banks either react on, or they will disappear. Anyway, the consolidation of the banking industry accelerates as the behaviour of people changes. Some banks will benefit from [FinTech], some will be pushed to the back end, and some will disappear."

What's your read on that?

Hi there BTCBinary! I think bank will not disappear, just what most people think of when the computer is invented, they think that calculator could disappear because of that. Same scenario happen when email and electronic chat were created, it manage to become the leader in communication but mail and hand written letters did not disappear. Currently, banks is looking for the blockchain technology, on how the technology could help their institution in providing better service.   Wink
286  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What do you want to Buy with Bitcoin? on: January 03, 2018, 11:08:46 AM
Reading a lot of New Year Resolutions, and I can understand many of you here have some resolutions that involve crypto and bitcoin. Maybe you want to earn a bitcoin, multiply your  bitcoins or become a crypto millionaire.

So here is one similar question that does not necessarily has to be achieved in this year.

What are the things you want to buy with bitcoin?
Whether its a House, your favorite car, a yacht, a jet or a ticket to Mars. Whatever you dream, list the things you want to buy with your bitcoins (crypto).

Hi there shamzblueworld! I hope you read and even answer to one of my thread open about the New Years resolution that could be found here People state physical things, but donít forget that there are also people who want to use bitcoin to help the community which even start from their own family. Using revenue from bitcoin to pay tuition fee, book, food and other basic need rather than using it from personal accessories or for boasting to others. But to answer to your post, I just need a nice home as a token of my hardship working in bitcoin.  Wink
287  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: All eyes on Japan in 2018 on: January 03, 2018, 10:24:17 AM
Hi there Calangaman! Thank you for the detailed paper you have written in there. I should better watch those coins that you mentioned. But as for now, based on different sources bitcoin is still the king in terms of mining, trading and company acceptance in Japan. If the Japanese people will have all their support in NEM and MONA, this could really disturb and bring those token on top ten list. As far as I know, Ripple is also famous in Japan thru is vast wide support in terms of payment schemes that pose to go along side with the banks.  Wink
288  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Why media against bitcoin ? on: January 03, 2018, 08:06:36 AM
when ever I found any news about bitcoin it is negative news , i am confused why traditional mass media always against bitcoin ?

Hi there! It could be more advantageous if you have paste the link of the news in here. Media themselves need some attention, if most of the media is telling bitcoin is doing good, telling positives and profit it gives. One could be more famous if you bash in the bitcoin, it is just telling a new kind of story while other are telling the norms. But overall, I see media love bitcoins, because if they hate, Iím sure they will not bother to exert effort to research and create an article or news about it.  Wink
289  Other / Off-topic / Re: Is bitcoin dangerous ? on: January 03, 2018, 07:45:43 AM
I'm wondering why bitcoin was made if there are too many currencies in each country, why would anyone add or make a type of currency in the internet? For easier and faster transactions or so ?

Hi there akiraminai! The objective of Satoshi is to make the payment transaction secure, efficient, fast and decentralized. I donít see it as a danger to people or even the internet, because it is advantageous rather than creating problems. However, the main problem government pose is the scams and illegal schemes conducted thru the help of bitcoin. What danger it could bring is the volatility of its price, investor says that its price is based on people and not on the product or bitcoin itself because it is intangible. However, I see it as government is just worry to technology which they could not control.  Wink
290  Economy / Speculation / Re: What does the future of bitcoin look like?? on: January 03, 2018, 06:04:26 AM
Hi there thecryptillian! The future of bitcoin is very bright as the sun and moon. Let me answer your queries one by one.

2 weeks?
Probably, It will raise from $15k to another new level like $17k or maybe $18k, it is because people are in buying mode right now. Have you read the news about facebook investor buying massive amount of bitcoin?

2 months?
Probably, above $20k mark, and most ICO is competing bitcoin those months. There are bunch of ICO that will be competing and taking advantage of the limitation of bitcoin, but I think without proper usage, those will not succeed.

2 years?
Iím Millionaire by that time, just keep in touch and maybe Iíll donate some of my bitcoins to you, if you stay loyal to bitcoins.

Will it be surpassed by another coin? If so, which one and when?
Nope, not really. Itís hard to surpass the pioneer of the crypto. Right even today, the price of altcoins is way back far from bitcoin. You can even check the transaction people do in bitcoin compare to others. Wink
291  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Will Bitcoin be replaced by another cryptocurrency? on: January 03, 2018, 05:42:02 AM
Does it make sense to believe that Bitcoin could one day be replaced by another cryptocurrency, that is, a cryptocurrency that really does make Bitcoin obsolete?

Hi there Moneroman88! I know this tread is pretty old but I just want to tell what going into my mind every time I read a topic like this. I think bitcoin couldnít be replace because for several things; First, bitcoin is still the leader in terms of market capitalization; Second, bitcoin is still the crypto with the highest price value; and Third, major crypto exchange trade volumes still account for bitcoins. Thus, even people who just want to earn money still prefer bitcoin. And lastly, there are more company that is starting to accept bitcoin as a payment as oppose to other altcoins.  Wink
292  Other / Off-topic / Re: What wallets do you use? on: January 02, 2018, 08:16:24 AM
Which one suits you the most?

Hi there vikkyzenna! Coinbase is the wallet that suit me most, I think that is also the number one crypto wallet based on users. What good in it is the ability to buy and sell crypto direct from the apps, and of course it gives a fast sending and receiving of crypto especially if you are in the same wallet app. Although, there are more best wallet out there, list btc and even blockchain, the experience using coinbase suit well for me. Hope it helps.  Wink
293  Economy / Services / Re: FastInvest Signature Campaign(FULL) on: January 02, 2018, 07:02:27 AM
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294  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Which Investment Type do you Prefer??? on: January 02, 2018, 06:42:41 AM
There are so many investment program existing out there and i want to here the pulse of the people where they would prefer to invest and why. so other people here may knew that they can earn in different forms and different ways in online world.

Types of investments

1. Gambling - Chances to earn big in just an hour
2. Tradings - Need proper learnings and monitoring tp avoid lose.
3. Hyips - Ponzi Scheme And risky
4. Crownfunding - earn by gh and ph.

Which do you prefered investment above do you see  you can earn and why.

Hi there arwin100! First of all I donít see most of the choices could be consider as investment, as far as I know investment could be in terms of ICO, Mining and other. However, based on the choices I prefer No. 2, the trading. In trading you could just buy low and sell high, pretty easy to say but hard exhaustive and stressful to perform. But the good thing is, it is the traders option to sell even in a negative returns or just wait and probably could sell in a much higher price. Other than that, I think I couldnít select another form of investment.  Wink
295  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Are Bitcoins taxable? on: January 01, 2018, 04:54:54 PM
Let's Bitcoin takes off. Say you lived in the US and had an online service that dealt in the equivalent of ~20,000 USD or more income for you (personally). What are the laws for income tax on a currency like this? Can you get in trouble with the IRS by simply having tons of BTC that the market values at (currently) almost 5$ per BTC?

Hi there shooter_mcgavin! As far as I know it hard to impose tax to bitcoin alone specially if you are just mining it on you own. What I think that could be taxable is the profit you generate from trading bitcoins. You could see some exchange that reminds people to pay tax, some even ask for your tax reference number. This shows that the exchanges is currently or will collect a certain amount that will go thru as a tax. There could be some company that will follow this steps but by now, I seen none, and hope some donít follow.  Wink
296  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Do you think Bitcoin will survive after 100 year ? on: January 01, 2018, 09:35:33 AM
I am asking this just to see the different opinions of Bitcoin community about its long term potential

I know Bitcoin is actually strong enough and stable as well

But what do you think about it after 100 years ?

Hi there jimn! Iím pretty sure but not a hundred percent sure that bitcoin and the whole cryptocurrency could last a hundred or more years. As we remember in history, people just use valuable items as payment, it is then followed by gold but due to the weight limitation of gold it is then converted into smaller coins and eventually into bank notes. But technology comes in and a plastic become the famous international payment tool and method. Then currently, this cryptocurrency could then replace those plastics. But as people research and desired for more fast, convenient and applicable way, there could be again another technology that could replace.  Wink
297  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin saved my year on: January 01, 2018, 07:30:30 AM
I started 2017 broke and with a very low wage. My girlfriend also broke up with me in the beginning of the year.
Although I had committed some trade mistakes I was able to get 400% gains, thanks to btc.  This gave me hope and made my year a lot better.
I wonder how many people bitcoin "saved" this year, even preventing some suicides maybe.

Hi there holden.commodore! That is great job, never thought that there are people who gain as much as 400%. It really save your ass in there, and Iím sure if your ex girlfriend will know it, she could possibly regret the decision to leave you. Is this only thru bitcoin? Maybe you have just start early at 2017 at sell out in late 2017. Never then less, bitcoin gain more than 1,500% the year 2017 thus it is really possible. I hope I could gain just what you did.  Wink
298  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What are your Bitcoin New Years Resolutions (2018)? on: January 01, 2018, 07:07:33 AM
1) HODL.
2) Don't become an XVG freak.
3) HODL.
4) Don't waste my time fuding or defending any altcoins.
5) HODL.

Happy 2018 to all BTC holders!

What about you Mark?

Sorry I forgot to add they are...

1.> Educate more people about cryptocurrencies
      The state of crypto in the whole world is still not mature enough;
      There are more people that have no idea what is bitcoin is and how it could change their life.
2.> Share profit to people who are devastated by calamities
       Due to global warming and other environmental effects, calamities always in our back.
       I should help those people who suffer from calamities; at least provide income generating activities.

3.> Acquire a bitcoin physical coin or bill
       I just think, I should need a token of hardship through a tangible material.
       I see there are different and common coins or bill, but i want a unique one or limited editions.

There it is....Thank you for your answers!

I like those answers that just don't think about themselves like
3. Finally, I will share this in my family, if I will have my profits.

299  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / What are your Bitcoin New Years Resolutions (2018)? on: December 31, 2017, 04:41:15 PM
First of all I want to greet all of forum members a Happy Happy New Year!

What are your three Bitcoin New Years Resolutions (2018)?
300  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: One currency One world? on: December 29, 2017, 07:23:02 AM
Do you guys billieve that bitcoin will become the only one currency that can use as a mode of payment in the whole world? How is this become posible in the future?

Hi there CryptoWorld87! I have a huge belief in bitcoin and its advantages in the and how blockchain technology disrupt the financial system. However, I canít believe that a single crypto nor a single fiat could rule the world and become the only currency that can be used. Why, hundred years ago there are still no single currency that only used all over the world. There could be a dominant and universal currency, dollar in fiat and I how bitcoin in terms of cryptocurrency.   Wink
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