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101  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Cardano Smart Contracts coming soon? on: September 08, 2021, 03:16:07 AM
I'm waiting to see how they will help developers in creating DAPPs. What I don't like about this project is that they are deliberately creating jargon, like how Ethereum did. It takes time for developers to re-code programming languages. We have available, powerful and popular languages like C, Java, Python... so creating a lingo only hinders the programmer's work and things get more complicated as they arise errors in the blockchain.
102  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: End of bull run so we sell everything? on: September 07, 2021, 05:41:32 AM
Selling everything is a good strategy, but how do you know a bull run is over? The market is still moving and it is difficult to know when the market will reverse. Many units sold out in February and May this year. We can never predict exactly what the market will do, so the only way is to liquidate each cryptocurrency you hold when their value reaches a good price to sell. No one can swallow a wave.
103  Economy / Economics / Re: The reason to hodl bitcoin on: September 07, 2021, 05:33:35 AM
Bitcoin is a new, secure, time-limited and global currency. It has a stock-to-flow economic model, so the value of Bitcoin will increase over time. It is a great money-making opportunity when investing in Bitcoin. The truth is that Bitcoin has increased millions of times since it was born and it continues to increase in price.
104  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: The more popular Bitcoin is, the more valuable it is? on: September 07, 2021, 05:29:16 AM
The more people know about Bitcoin, the more people use Bitcoin as a payment or investment Bitcoin. I agree that Bitcoin's popularity has increased over time.
Currently, young people have participated in investing in Bitcoin more and even companies and investment institutions have joined this market. I believe the rise in Bitcoin price during this bull cycle is due in no small part to the companies.
105  Economy / Economics / Re: Masters in Blockchain and Digital Currency on: September 04, 2021, 03:16:06 AM
The world is crazy about crypto, if these courses are useful and in high demand, surely in the next twenty years, job opportunities will be extremely bright for those who pursue these fields.
If they have burning programs it would be better because the tuition fees of these majors are quite expensive. At least for now, when the pandemic is happening, the advantage of homeschooling is saving a lot of living costs. If possible, I look forward to online training.
Blockchain is a wonderful technology and Digital Currencies are an innovation to the modern world. However, I can't really understand where I could combine my Economics Degree with this Master's. I definitely cannot predict how such technologies are going to evolve, thus, it's highly doubtful to guess how I could possibly pursue a career in that field.

According to the disciplines listed above, you will have diverse working environments with blockchain such as legal consultant, blockchain architect, programmer...
If you want to be wildly successful in the blockchain, you will have to become a really talented person, or you just barely make a living. I think that bringing blockchain into all aspects of life is quite difficult and only a few businesses will take on that job.
106  Economy / Economics / Re: Masters in Blockchain and Digital Currency on: September 03, 2021, 09:46:15 AM
The world is crazy about crypto, if these courses are useful and in high demand, surely in the next twenty years, job opportunities will be extremely bright for those who pursue these fields.
If they have burning programs it would be better because the tuition fees of these majors are quite expensive. At least for now, when the pandemic is happening, the advantage of homeschooling is saving a lot of living costs. If possible, I look forward to online training.
107  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Can Afghanistan replace afghan currency with Bitcoin? on: September 03, 2021, 09:39:44 AM
If they put Bitcoin in payment that would also be good, but they will lose significant transaction fees from deposit transactions. It is currently best for them to use Bitcoin and their national currency in tandem. Bitcoin currency will help them escape the sanctions of NATO countries and the US. Their national currency can be a CBDC that they develop themselves. A fledgling country should be economically self-sufficient and control its own currency.
108  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Is Tesla going to accept BTC again soon? on: September 02, 2021, 08:41:57 AM
The trend of crypto adoption is growing and increasing. Many businesses are adding cryptocurrencies to their portfolio of business assets in recent times.
Bitcoin miners are gradually using renewable energy sources for Bitcoin mining. Bitcoin production will become cleaner and meet environmental standards as TESLA has argued.
I think TESLA will soon accept Bitcoin again so as not to fall behind the competitors. TESLA is not only a technology company but they are also a financial empire.
109  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Is NFT a Future of Crypto? on: September 02, 2021, 08:37:11 AM
NFT is getting hot because of the DAPPs and the demand surrounding its application. NFT brings artistic and applied value in play to earn games.
I think NFT is just a trend in crypto. We cannot know where crypto will be applied in the future because crypto can be applied to many areas of the economy, social life...
Currently, NFT and the game 'play to earn' are the closest things to life.
110  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Which Cryptocurrency is best for long term investment? on: September 02, 2021, 02:43:05 AM
The projects that I think will grow in the long term in terms of blockchain scale and value are blockchain platforms that allow smart contract implementation. In the list that OP gave I noticed that Polygon, Cardano, Ethereum, Tronix, Polkadot and Binance Smart chain are projects that allow DAPPs to build on their blockchain.
DEFI will bring more locked assets to these blockchains and increase their value. On the other hand, developers and users using blockchain also bring about circulation and exchange. That is the real value of a blockchain.
111  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: I feel uncomfortable if I donít buy on: September 01, 2021, 01:49:26 AM
Bitcoin is a Stock to Flow currency so it will move up so don't worry too much about your choice. You must have enough money to buy Bitcoin continuously or not. I know many people who bought Bitcoin regularly during the downtrend from 2018 to 2020 and they got rich.
112  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: [ETH] Ethereum = Scam on: September 01, 2021, 01:41:13 AM
He denied ETH too soon. I don't know if he still holds ETH. Perhaps he passed up such an opportunity to get rich. I missed ETH at $8, $10, $20, $80 and so far I keep ETH for various reasons. I believe that a person who has a vision and always uses the relevant DAPPs will always keep ETH in his wallet.
113  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Are there any blockchain role playing games worth playing? on: September 01, 2021, 01:37:57 AM
Vulcan Verse is an MMORPG that you will want to get into. The game allows players to build on their land and make money from it. Also, the game provides players with no land by participating in PVE combat and getting in-game items.
They will launch monetization for landless people in September. I hope you will learn a little about this project. I've been following it for a while and found it well worth a try.
114  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Will Bitcoin move to Proof of Stake? on: August 31, 2021, 02:05:31 PM
The Bitcoin network is at a high level of decentralization, the energy resources are being mined cleanly for bitcoin mining along with the mining equipment being upgraded over time. Following this flow, we will not need to worry about the environmental problems that Bitcoin threatens. The idea of developing POS instead of POW at present is not reasonable. There's been a lot of discussions and I don't believe that's going to happen but in 10 and 20 years it could be the issue.
115  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: [GUIDE] ETH Gas Prices on: August 31, 2021, 11:50:14 AM
The problem of high GAS prices is now on the Ethereum network because of the strong activity of the NFT exchange following the DEFI wave in the previous months.
Do I have to wait until GAS is low to send out my transactions? Maybe that happens at some point in the day.
How can we fix this problem? I heard Coinbase is upgrading its Ethereum wallet to integrate Polygon technology on-chain. Maybe this will be common in a few months or until next year.
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117  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Is Binance Smart Chain the "New Ethereum"? on: August 08, 2021, 09:18:24 AM
BSC is a project that copies the source code from Ethereum and people can use Solidity on BSC like on Ethereum to create projects. Low cost and high speed are advantages of using BSC.
I think that in the long term Ethereum will solve most of the cost and speed problems so BSC is just a phenomenon. BSC needs many upgrades to differentiate itself from Ethereum.
For me, BSC is pretty nice and has many projects running on it. The trading volume on BSC is quite impressive. It can also be a good choice to experiment and invest because they have a lot of money and do their project upgrades often.
118  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What hatred do people have for Bitcoin? on: August 08, 2021, 09:11:33 AM
People were looking to increase their wealth through Bitcoin trading, so they made their own buy and sell orders and prayed they were on the right track to get a good profit or buy cheaply. than. It is not hatred but manipulation through their influence. I realize that the cryptocurrency market needs government intervention with regulations to prevent unilateral destruction of the market by directional media.
119  Economy / Economics / Re: Bullish: 'Vast Majority' of Institutions Will Own Crypto by 2026: Fidelity on: August 08, 2021, 09:07:58 AM
Currently, the legal corridor for cryptocurrencies in many countries is being improved. The crypto investment race is happening in the pioneer countries that accept cryptocurrencies, which are the US, UK, Japan, Korea, Singapore...
Businesses will find ways to stay out of the race by converting their assets to cryptocurrency.
I see Bitcoin and crypto being noticed and bought by big companies in the US from the end of 2020 until now. So by 2026, most businesses around the world may focus more on cryptocurrencies.
120  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: Nominex move to defi on: August 08, 2021, 09:01:43 AM

Maybe wait a few more months to see if NMX actually works with BNB?
They say that by the end of September the works will be completed. I would choose Nominex to trade because the cost discount mechanism is much lower than that of Binance.
The farming mechanism on NMX is very interesting, everyone can create for themselves a higher passive income system. This is something that I found the project to do well, but recently the value of NMX has dropped dramatically. I am worried that the prolongation of Binance's broker rollout will cause the value of NMX to drop further.

the possibility of a decline can still occur I'm sure.
but if you look at the initial price of the NMX token, it is $1. With the current price alone, I think early investors have also reaped a lot of profits.
but in fact, there are still many NMX holders. I believe it will be better in the future.
just keep an eye on the community on your telegram and email. sometimes updates are notified by email.

The current price is much better than the ICO value but it is also 50% off from $7. Telegram BOT is also down due to the rapid evacuation of the pools. I'm talking about project sustainability. The NMX team also explains the value of the token manipulating a group of people.
The ALEXA rating also reflects the relatively low traffic of the nominations. Those are not good signs for the future development of the project but the most hopeful thing is still the brokerage integration with Binance.
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