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1  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin has intrinsic value like Gold but better? on: Today at 02:03:29 PM
Bitcoin is decentralized and exists on the internet, if you want to mine Bitcoin, you need to take the risk of mining Bitcoin. Every 4 years Bitcoin has an increased scarcity due to a 50% decrease in reward.
No government can manipulate or exceed Bitcoin the way they do with gold. So if you want to own Bitcoin, you can only invest in cool equipment to mine or buy into Bitcoin. That is the reason that Bitcoin increases in value so quickly.
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: What do you think about NFT? on: Today at 01:38:33 PM
NFT is new to the market when it comes to encoding a wide variety of video and audio documents. The uniqueness of the NFT makes everyone interested.
Many projects grew stronger when the NFT trend happened. The NFT is being over FOMO and it will soon adjust the value.
Even google trends have shown a decline in the number of searches. The beneficiaries of NFT projects will soon take profits so be alert when investing.
3  Economy / Economics / Re: Thị trường chốt lời on: Today at 01:31:38 PM
Bitcoin or stocks have grown rapidly and continuously over the past year. A part of investors taking profits is understandable because they already own assets at good prices.
Their profit-taking can be a signal of a market decline or just a price correction for the whole market. I don't act as soon as the market's value falls on the first day. It takes time to observe the entire market to enter an order. This experience will help us avoid early action and big losses.
It seems these big investors are already happy enough with some 1 digit percent profit, though I'm sure their sell off are just some part of it but they are taking the profit maybe because with that they can somewhat fix the economy of their company even further after pandemic.
But it's not necessarily a signal for market decline, the demand is still there and cryptocurrencies right now got massive publication more than ever before. There's certainly possibility that the market could decline but seeing with all the things offered within crypto space like decentralized finance, etc I think it's not gonna decline that much or instead keep going up.
Cash flow is flowing into cryptocurrencies through price drops. Tether has printed a lot of USDT and investment funds have confirmed their investment. Also, the adoption of cryptocurrencies by Visa, PayPal and banks' money transfer services is a favorable condition for the cryptocurrency market to expand.
Even though the news is clear, we cannot take crypto charts lightly. It is relatively accurate data and we need to pay attention to have a reasonable investment strategy.
4  Economy / Economics / Re: Markets taking profit on: April 21, 2021, 04:44:20 PM
Bitcoin or stocks have grown rapidly and continuously over the past year. A part of investors taking profits is understandable because they already own assets at good prices.
Their profit-taking can be a signal of a market decline or just a price correction for the whole market. I don't act as soon as the market's value falls on the first day. It takes time to observe the entire market to enter an order. This experience will help us avoid early action and big losses.
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Bạn sẽ "trao đổi" tiền điện tử của ḿnh cho một chiếc Tesla? on: April 21, 2021, 04:39:28 PM
I will exchange my cryptocurrency with the TESLA car if I feel my return is satisfied. There's nothing wrong with taking profits in crypto investing and sometimes buying something I love gives me energy, inspiration for my next investment.
Enjoy the fruits of your labor boldly. Sometimes that's a good thing. I have seen many times my profits are lost so I support cash out and shopping.
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Tokens (Altcoins) / Re: 🍹🍸[ANN] MocktailSwap🍸🍹 The World's First Semi-Fungible Token on BSC ✅SFT✅ on: April 19, 2021, 04:24:06 PM
MOK is created after each block and has no total official supply. It also means that MOK tokens will be created indefinitely over time. At current rates, the price per MOK via IMO is 2.2 $. So how will the project keep the value of the MOK token against this issue?
7  Economy / Economics / Re: What will you do in 2030? on: April 19, 2021, 04:10:47 PM
My life is now and I don't want too much in the future. I am trying now to develop myself, improve my life skills and make money skills. It takes a long-term plan and discipline to get what I want. Just to maintain the stability of world peace I want by 2030 I can have a home of my own and the profits from my investments.
8  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: BTC's crisis time is coming on: April 19, 2021, 04:01:28 PM
Bitcoin is falling and entering a bearish cycle when commenting on the H4 time frame. Who knows how much DOGE will drop. Growing too fast is not a good way, so stop advertising for an old project, old technology, and not decentralized like DOGE.
I panic when looking at wallets holding DOGE, they are too DOGE and can cause the project value to collapse at any time.
Bitcoin is not a crisis, just a short-term bearish wave before a new bull cycle begins. There are many people still buying Bitcoin so stay upbeat and wait for a good entry.
9  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: We entered a bear market earlier than expected on: April 19, 2021, 01:09:44 PM
To conclude a bear market after two days of decline is unreasonable. We see the market going up steadily for several months, so it is normal to adjust the price for a few weeks.
Today, a lot of bitcoins are exported from exchanges. This also means that people's demand for bitcoin has yet to decrease. I believe that bitcoin will soon return to growth in May and June.
If bitcoin will continue to dump in the next days, i must say this might be the start of its bear season. There's no need to worry actually because we know the potentials of bitcoin and expect that it will soon rise again with a new heights. Btc are dumping. This will give us opportunities especially for newly investors to start buying them while the price is cheap.
The truth is that about 10,000 Bitcoins were taken out of exchanges during the Bitcoin price drop. Today I saw a rebound in Bitcoin along with other altcoins in the market.
This is good when this price drop is similar to the previous one, Bitcoin's price drop is an opportunity to bottom out. As long as Bitcoin is scarce on exchanges, its value still has a chance to increase.
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Can Crypto be more valuable than gold? on: April 18, 2021, 05:17:13 PM
I don't know how you compare them, but right now the capitalization of gold is much larger than that of Bitcoin.
If you invest the same amount at a specific time, you can make relative conclusions about the value of the crypto you have listed with more valuable gold. I believe in gold stability over crypto because I have seen the loss in a downtrend from 2018 to 2020.
I would choose both gold and crypto to hold instead of 1 of 2.
11  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: We entered a bear market earlier than expected on: April 18, 2021, 05:05:49 PM
To conclude a bear market after two days of decline is unreasonable. We see the market going up steadily for several months, so it is normal to adjust the price for a few weeks.
Today, a lot of bitcoins are exported from exchanges. This also means that people's demand for bitcoin has yet to decrease. I believe that bitcoin will soon return to growth in May and June.
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What will you do if Bitcoin hits $1m in the future? on: April 18, 2021, 04:59:05 PM
$ 1 million is too large and is also a psychological barrier to everyone. I will have a sell order at $ 999k before Bitcoin hits the $ 1 million mark. Take profit is part of the business of investing, and it's never wrong.
13  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Research Survey on Bitcoin and Ideology on: April 16, 2021, 04:20:17 PM
I took the test and it seems there are many similar questions. You need to make it more compact and remove unnecessary questions. I got a little annoyed when I surfed to page 4. Your power in research is commendable. I would like to see the summary of your report on a topic that is most recent from you on this forum.
14  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin is private and decentralized, ok but what if someone dies? on: April 16, 2021, 04:11:11 PM
There are many services related to cryptocurrency management and inheritance that have been fueling the building idea over the last few years. Bitcoin's decentralization and privacy have created user trust.

We need to accept the truth about cryptocurrencies and prepare ourselves a backup solution so that similar unexpected events happen no longer a concern. Each of us has a responsibility to our families and those close to us that deserve to receive in return the property we leave behind.

In the case of your brother's death in a traffic accident, find a way to get his mobile device and computer back and look at them little by little. Maybe he left his possessions behind in some secret file that you can reach.
15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: Forget about ETH Era, We are on BINANCE Era right now!!! Long Live BSC!!! on: April 16, 2021, 04:01:21 PM
You guys who believe ETH gas would be decreased is too naive and stupid. Read on here https://www.google.com/amp/s/cryptopotato.com/eip-1559-might-not-lower-the-high-ethereum-transaction-fees-report/%3famp

ETH itself is fine, but not all project which still using ETH as main platform. Even dogecoin itself already using Binance Smart Chain (BSC) now



While Binance already lowered their fee by half now,  Grin Grin Grin




Keep dreaming with your imagination to hope ETH gas fee goes down. Hahahahah
Only 2 billion Doge are printed on the BSC blockchain. I think it is the same as renDoge, a token that encapsulates Doge on the Ethereum blockchain. Doge's choice of BSC is beneficial to the project as they can bring Doge into the DEFI and maintain value for the project and ensure low, high-speed transaction costs.
BSC is trending, being the choice of new projects as they can create their project on a 100% ETH compatible chain. Many types of wallets make BSC easy to access. Developers on BSC have the backing of CZ and funds for Binance developers.
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Is Dogecoin a real coin? on: April 16, 2021, 03:48:35 PM
Doge is an old cryptocurrency and it was created with inspiration from a dog meme. It seems that the community has pushed its value too far beyond its own. Doge is different from Bitcoin, its decentralization, scarcity, and demand cannot be compared to Bitcoin. I believe that after FOMO for Doge will soon end to give the stage to more quality blockchain projects.
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Đưa ra lư do tại sao ETH tốt hơn BSC on: April 16, 2021, 03:36:45 PM
ETH and BSC are two different blockchains, but the bridge of BSC is 100% compatible with ETH and everyone can use the same wallet address.
ETH has developed DAPP on its blockchain with hundreds of different projects. It beds as a more mature ecosystem, a larger community, and more decentralized despite the high transaction costs at present. BSC looks fresh, costs less and gets better hype.
I noticed that BSC is just a copy of ETH with low transaction costs. Maybe it inherits ETH's downsides. In the future, what will developers develop on BSC to enrich BSC's ecosystem?
I hope ETH can upgrade its blockchain for greater cost reduction and scalability. If they fail, it would mean the end of ETH's dominance over altcoins.
18  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: FBI sử dụng máy trộn bitcoin từ xử lư tịch thu. on: April 15, 2021, 04:58:37 PM
Bitcoin is a currency, a digital asset. The seizure of Bitcoin caused by crime needs to be turned into the property and included in the national budget. In this case, it is legal to use a mixer to make money illegally. No one has an opinion on this issue because it benefits the national budget.

Dude,your post doesn't make any sense.
"It is legal to use a mixer to make money legally"?What does that supposed to mean? Huh
"No one has an opinion on this issue because it benefits the national budget."What?I have an opinion about this topic and it's quite different.
The Bitcoins,that were stolen by the criminals have to be returned to their owners,instead of being included in the national budget.This makes the government a stealer of Bitcoins. Grin
Anyway,this article about FBI is probably fake news,published by an "anti-Bitcoin Core" website.
Exactly they would launder money and make them part of the budget in my opinion. Cryptocurrency is a digital asset that if someone wants to get their money back, it will take them a lot of time and effort to get their money back. I think the reimbursement is complicated and the FBI probably won't do it.
19  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: FBI uses bitcoin mixers from forfeiture processing. on: April 14, 2021, 11:55:14 AM
Bitcoin is a currency, a digital asset. The seizure of Bitcoin caused by crime needs to be turned into the property and included in the national budget. In this case, it is legal to use a mixer to make money illegally. No one has an opinion on this issue because it benefits the national budget.
20  Economy / Economics / Re: Can the government hijack Bitcoin? on: April 14, 2021, 11:49:48 AM
Governments have deliberately undermined bitcoin for years in many ways, but they have failed. True to Bitcoin's proclamation, it is a private bank and people manage their own money.
Governments can only put regulations in place to prevent Bitcoin from expanding within the community. There's nothing they can do about Bitcoin because it's a decentralized currency that exists on the internet. Only when the world runs out of the internet can Bitcoin kill. Surely it won't happen.
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