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141  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: The cost of transferring money on the Ethereum network is too high on: August 28, 2020, 03:43:06 AM
maybe you can use a token which has a lower transaction fee than ethereum, if you realize transactions using other altcoins have a high speed and very low fees, such as for example payment using EOS, try using EOS which has low fees and stable price movements.
I prefer to use more centralized exchanges and to avoid the cost of transferring money between centralized exchanges I choose low transaction cost cryptocurrencies such as XRP, XLM, EOS, TRX to execute transactions. this translation. The price volatility of these cryptocurrencies is within permissible and I am comfortable using them.
142  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: CMC: Top DeFi Tokens theo vốn hóa thành trường on: August 28, 2020, 03:37:37 AM
Their listing on coinmarketcap is not exhaustive. I prefer to use coingecko because they update more quickly and fully even the crypto scams and they offer brief explanations and advice on trading them.
I prefer to use Coinmarketcap because the site has everything I need and it will definitely be a lot more accurate than Coingecko. However, Coinkecko updates new coins very quickly, which attracts a lot of people to come. Of course, everyone will have different choices but I prefer the top Defi at CMC because it's transparent and really detailed.
Coinmarketcap recently had too many users and it could be overwhelming. Yesterday, I have been following and contrasting some cryptocurrencies I noticed that Coinmarketcap is updating its exchange rate more slowly than Coingecko. I think coingecko is better and easier to observe, convenient, complete, and faster to update. I am thinking of using coingecko for the long term for trading and keeping track of my favorite cryptocurrencies.
143  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: CMC: Top DeFi Tokens theo vốn hóa thị trường on: August 27, 2020, 09:49:59 AM
Their listing on coinmarketcap is not exhaustive. I prefer to use coingecko because they update more quickly and fully even the crypto scams and they offer brief explanations and advice on trading them.
144  Economy / Economics / Re: chúng ta cần phải tạo ra một thiết bị di động độc lập on: August 27, 2020, 09:46:46 AM
Creating a standalone device means going against the tech conglomerate doing business in the mobile device industry and I don't think it's easy to create such a device. There will be issues like bug fixes, software updates ... We use equipment made by them and accept their terms. Most people accept it because they are not tech-savvy.
145  Economy / Economics / Re: Another company buying bitcoin as capital allocation strategy on: August 27, 2020, 09:41:48 AM
They seem to have noticed bitcoin. Many institutional investors have come in and bought bitcoins for a long time without our knowledge. Bitcoin has quite a good price stability. In 2018-2020, although bitcoin has many fluctuations in value, in the end, bitcoin still has good growth. I think there will be more financial institutions investing in bitcoin this year and the future.
146  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: hơn 50% của bitcoins từ Twitter hack đă được gửi thông qua máy trộn on: August 25, 2020, 11:14:58 PM
The mixer can only be used to make those bitcoins legal. The mixer has been around for a long time and is the best tool for thieves to anonymize the money they've taken.
Currently, the ethereum network has a tornado cash, an application that anonymizes transactions similar to a bitcoin mixer.
Governments have been working against anonymous cryptocurrencies, but it is the need for privacy that bitcoin and ethereum have their anonymous tools.
147  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: The cost of transferring money on the Ethereum network is too high on: August 25, 2020, 11:04:21 PM
The problem is uniswap was also contributing the increase for the ethereum gas fees too.

Look at the leader board
Due to popularity of DeFi Projects in the last few months, the transactions of DeFi trading brings too much traffic in ethereum platform that produces too high in transaction fees. We see how DeFi projects became too hype and adds into some transactions that are usually use even before in ethereum projects. All we can do is to try other platforms if we have a choice if we are only about to transfer smaller amount to not feel the hassle of too high gas fees.
Part of the DEFI projects raise prices, but there is another factor that tokens on the ethereum network are being created out of control. I recently came across the new tokens on uniswap and noticed a lot of junk on this exchange. Those are scam projects. I think listing a token on Uniswap is too easy.

Better to leave uniswap and try 1inch exchange. You can use $CHI token to reduce transaction and they offer the best price offer in all DEX exchange including the transaction fee. They have also an accurate virtual price so that you can minimize price slippage in your trade. Never do swing trade especially if the profit percentage of your is too small enough to cover all the fees.

You can refer on my thread about DEX review here:

There is an upcoming DEX that will kill all this current problem of DEX. You can check project serum here: There DEX will be launch this week.
Thanks for the article, they are complete and easy to understand. By the way, I want to know do you use forkdelta for trading or not? I have left some money on this exchange and I want to withdraw them to my wallet after being forgotten for a while. I see several affiliate transactions between forkdelta and 1inch.
148  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: có thể cryptocurrency đánh bại mới ETH trên thị trường? on: August 25, 2020, 03:46:23 PM
What is your idea? As far as I noticed you are referring to their market cap. Maybe their value in the market doesn't match the value of the technology, but now I see Ethereum having a lot of problems related to transaction costs. Ripple is good at payments, fast and reliable.
149  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: The cost of transferring money on the Ethereum network is too high on: August 25, 2020, 10:33:36 AM
Everyone has noticed the increase in the fee for Ethereum and it's very annoying for those who are transferring smaller amounts. It is annoying because the fee is more than what you're trying to send.
And if you don't pay the right and recommended fee or you adjusted it based on what you think is justifiable, you can get stuck with your transaction with a day or two. If you can't take the cost of the fee, change into other altcoins that have lower fees but if it's no avail and your transfer should be ETH, you have no choice but to adjust it.
Sure. The reduced costs mean my transaction in the queue will be placed in a lower priority and need to wait for miners to verify for hours. I would see ethereum as an asset class like Bitcoin.

It would be illogical to take up loans to invest in cryptocurrency. The issue of increasing fees would most likely have a drastic impact on your capital, if you're trading on uniswap, Where transactions are sent to the smart contracts and deductions are made for every transaction. I'll advise you trade on a centralised exchange, to mitigate the losses as a result of the increased price.
Perhaps I will suspend trades on decentralized platforms as your advice.
150  Other / Off-topic / Re: có thể là nhóm 1% muốn giết chúng tôi cố ư với covid? on: August 25, 2020, 10:04:39 AM
I have heard about 1% of the world, they are the richest people in the world and can control the world economy and politics. I also have the same suspicion that they have caused pandemics, war, and other threats to the entire world. I noticed that in the last pandemic the countries in Southeast Asia that have fought the pandemic very well are Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam ... They have controlled the pandemic quickly and gone. into production. I have traveled to these countries and I find the people here very happy and sociable. They have a unique culture and people are very united.
How are we going to win 1% of the world? I think that the love between people and economic autonomy is the most important thing.
151  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: chi phí chuyển tiền trên mạng Ethereum quá cao on: August 25, 2020, 09:39:23 AM
I think the cost had even really reduced in the past 1 week, something around -100% price slash. it has been alarming and the reaction was up-roaring all over the space. The DEFI hype (on Ethereum blockchain) and the ethereum price was responsible for the increase in transaction fee, at the moment we expect stability across DEFI adoption and introduction of newer venture in the space, maybe mining etc.
Newer venture? Means a decentralized exchange similar to Uniswap? I have heard about Balancer, the lower the cost on the faster. Before we had bancors. I can't imagine if it was better to launch the POS and POW protocol in parallel with the ethereum network?
152  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / The cost of transferring money on the Ethereum network is too high on: August 25, 2020, 09:15:41 AM
Recently, I've noticed that the ethereum network has an oddly high fee. I was involved in buying some cryptocurrency on Uniswap and it cost $ 2-6 last week and $ 10-20 for trading today for transactions of $ 100 and up. There are some larger transactions and there are much higher transaction costs. In addition to the high cost, I have to wait up to 10 minutes to complete my transaction. If I continue to bear such high costs, I could go bankrupt before paying back my investment on Uniswap.
153  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Tesla vượt qua cap thị trường crypto kết hợp-$380.000.000.000 vốn hóa thị trường đạt on: August 25, 2020, 09:01:40 AM
The entire crypto market will soon grow rapidly and overtake tesla but on the condition that bitcoin reaches $ 20k. Because altcoins are influenced by bitcoin. Only when bitcoin increases will the altcoins have conditions to increase. The crypto market is accumulating to prepare for a breakout since the March 2020 price drop.
154  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Tokens (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] TRAXIA (TMT)-1 dự án đầu tư của Cardano Hub-ICO thứ nhất để chấp nhận ADA on: August 22, 2020, 09:24:43 AM
Definitely a scam project. The TRAXIA.IO website was not accessible. The announcement channel on telegram cannot be accessed. Their twitter page has not updated any information in recent months. Although their tokens have moved to Binance DEX, it will take a long time for Cardano to launch their token of blockchain.
155  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: đầu tư vào khả năng của bạn để kiếm được nhiều hơn. on: August 22, 2020, 09:16:34 AM
I think just buy the best cryptocurrencies and hold them long enough for them to increase in value. Trading is risky, and altcoins are too reliant on bitcoin volatility and news. Even if you know good projects you may not be able to own them, that is, projects that organize ICO, IEO. Not always the right experience requires both luck and patience. Crypto trading is not easy.
156  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: bạn có thể nhớ những ǵ $ETH gây ra từ 2016-2017? on: August 22, 2020, 09:10:45 AM
The cost of an ETH transaction is currently very high and the smart contracts related to ETH are very high around $ 6-20. I think there needs to be a solution to reduce transaction fees because that is not reasonable. The cost of sending ETH is higher than bitcoin. Currently, the value of ETH is around $ 400, I don't think their value will increase if the gas cost is so high.
157  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Philippines SEC cảnh báo trước đầu tư crypto. on: August 22, 2020, 09:05:25 AM
I assume they only ban acts of promoting PONZI crypto projects. Currently, the Philippines as well as other developing countries do not have a legal corridor for crypto. It may take some time for these countries to start crypto education and incorporate crypto into their legislation.
158  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin đă sẵn sàng để di chuyển từ PoW để PoS? on: August 21, 2020, 02:00:54 PM
I'm sure what you said will never happen. Bitcoins have value when they are created using miners. Cannot switch from POW to POS. The bitcoin mining community will never agree to let that happen.
159  Economy / Economics / Re: các nước châu Phi sẽ được phát triển? on: August 21, 2020, 10:09:52 AM
I think African countries will develop but for now, their education is underdeveloped. Although European, Asian and American countries have invested in Africa, they only invest in exploiting Africa's natural resources. They come and take all the good things from Africa. African countries need to pay attention to the issue of developing Education, Health, and vocational training for the people. They have to develop the country on their own, not let other countries do it for them. It is a long-term strategy. Most of the African countries are located deep in the continent, preventing the circulation of goods.
African countries need an alliance for economic connectivity.
160  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: tại sao Bitcoin như vậy không ổn định? on: August 21, 2020, 09:58:20 AM
I think bitcoins have a low market cap and not many large institutions own them. Bitcoins trade on exchanges lower than the bitcoins stored in wallets so they are more susceptible to manipulation. The gold market is very large, countries own gold, investment funds own gold. Above all, gold is not as easily stolen as bitcoin. Bitcoin has been taken away from cryptocurrency exchanges in large numbers over the years. As long as news of a cryptocurrency exchange is stolen, bitcoin will instantly depreciate.
The problem here is that bitcoin's liquidity is lower than gold.
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