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1  Other / Meta / Re: Posting reserve? on: Today at 12:31:10 AM
Usually the note "reserve" has been applied to some bounty like translation or even signature campaign. But posting reserve in such discussion isnt appropriate.



Regards to this OP,  the case might be like that since he is wearing signature. What if someone do that and he doesnt have any signature and likely to composed well his thought (more like rehearsing or proof reading first his post) first. Would that can also consider as spam or something negative in lie with forum rules?



Good thing about forum now is edited mode can be seen. But archiving is necessary in order to caught this new tricks. Early bird catches the worm.
2  Economy / Reputation / Re: Just some Busting on: February 25, 2020, 02:38:14 PM

So are we going to let this slide because they did contribute and 2 alt accounts enrolled in a signature campaign violation is nothing?

It's funny how alt accounts are being used to continue to insists on putting negative trust to those who have been accused here. Why not post here using your main account and speak for yourself. Some accused members have already state their reason. So there's no reason to put fire with the issue. There are some cases that need to be consider before making some judgement and I can see why some DTs not doing so.



I have some monero coins dont disgrace their name here.
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: GAINS ANNOUNCEMENT OFFICIAL THREAD FOR CRYPTO UPDATE AND NEWS on: February 25, 2020, 07:54:23 AM
Crypto News Summary- February 24

General News:
G20 urges countries to implement crypto standards set by FATF.
Bank of England adds support for central bank digital currency.
The U.S. may soon get its first dedicated bank for digital assets.

Coin Specific News:
Bitcoin just plunged from $10k, but this data shows bulls are still in control.
COTI is listed on StakingRewards.com
Bitrue announced a partnership with CREAM and pledged their support for the  VeChain $VET ecosystem and related projects.
Crypto lending platform Celsius continues to grow its user base, and has doubled its total paid interest since late last year.

Exchanges:
Binance now supports deposits and withdrawals in Hong-Kong dollars.
OKEx makes OKB and 18 other assets available for spot margin trading and savings.
Amsterdam's retail brokerage firm, BUX rebrands crypto platform Blockport.

Misc:
Sports fan token platform Socios will launch a live crypto debit card.

Cool tech fact:
According to data, around 90% of the messages sent through various messaging services are read within 3 minutes of being delivered.

Quote of the day:
"A positive mind finds a way it can be done; A negative mind looks for all the ways it can’t be done." —Napoleon Hill

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4  Economy / Reputation / Re: Let's BUST some BESTchange participants. on: February 24, 2020, 02:49:58 PM
Great job, OP. The title is pointing finger to Bestchange but they have no fault here, it is my opinion. If you agree, can change the title in "Bestchange Campaign abuse" or "Signature campaign abuse by alt", your wish although.
Bestchange is out of the case, so I think we must not include bestchange on the issue. Yes some tagged are all from Bestchange signature participants but its quite rude to suggest these Bestchange Campaign abuse and Signature campaign abuse.


Glad to have you explained it @plvbob0070 still there's doubt especially if you look at the connection I've made from the bottom. Other DTs will take a look at the situation. Thanks for your explanation.
Sound's credible to me but of course this will depend on DTs decision. I see how @plvbob0070 and @Debonaire217 work on their rank up and many have noticed that they are good poster not just on our local thread but also outside this section. I think many will testify here even DTs.


I'm not a DT member and my words here wouldnt mean anything I just say what I observed on those two accounts Ive mentioned on what Ive noticed and saw during those time they are actively posting and sharing here in forum. DTs should check out and have vivid investigastion before laying such punishment.

we are not the inquisition here, but every case needs its own research.
This how DTs think and writes well. Not just waiting for other DTs to tag those who has been reported in this post and put tagged once there someone started. That's lame.
5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin ATM's fees and their price rates ? on: February 24, 2020, 02:50:53 AM
my cousin lived in Canada.
I wanna that my cousin buys some BTC from bitcoin ATMs.
Bitcoin machines are not yet regulated in Canada, however regulations have been officially proposed for all bitcoin exchangers.[8] The Canadian Department of Finance circulated a draft of the proposed regulations in June 2018, but the law is not in Regulations or in-effect as of January 2019.[10]
Check this out.  Maybe you cant ask your cousin to buy you there might wanna do an online instead of it.


Is it just me or Bitcoin ATMs are something unnecessary. Bitcoin is an electronic currency and doesn't require a physical ATM  Grin
You got a point. But I dont think creation of Bitcoin's ATM doesnt serve any advantages or purpose. I can site some I think advantages of it.

  • If there is no available internet connection, you cant use your web/wallets to transact or even cash out right? That's where bitcoin atm can possibly be used.
  • Save you from trouble registering on Cryptoexchange and fulfill KYC processes (mostly asked for it). In Physical bitcoin machine can easily cash out. I'm not trying it yet but I can say it have some purpose on my part.
  • Can also save you from peer to peer scam when you are trading something. Probably some atms can have some features of exchanging major coins

6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: GAINS ANNOUNCEMENT OFFICIAL THREAD FOR CRYPTO UPDATE AND NEWS on: February 24, 2020, 02:01:18 AM
This week in Crypto- week 8

⁠UEFA will issue over one million electronic tickets via blockchain technology during the 2020 season.
BitMax.io and Bithumb Korea announce strategic partnership
Binance to take on Amazon and Google with crypto cloud services.
Bitcoin daily golden cross forms, bull market has officially arrived.
Coinbase becomes the first pure-play cryptocurrency company to receive Visa membership.
KuCoin has officially launched its cloud solution, KuCloud.
Sweden starts testing world's first central bank digital currency.
South Korea’s central bank is building a new blockchain system for the bond market.
Fidelity International invests $14M in Asian crypto exchange operator.
Ukrainian exchange Kuna has released an apparently first stablecoin pegged to local fiat currency, the Ukrainian hryvnia.

Cool tech fact:
In 2016, the total weight of the electronic waste produced globally was 44.7 billion tons!

Quote of the day:
"The size of your success is measured by the strength of your desire, the size of your dream and how you handle disappointment along the way." — Robert Kiyosaki

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7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Re: ERC-20 Tokens Not Showing % in Ethplorer on: February 23, 2020, 03:14:16 PM
Hey Guys,

 I'm still trying to figure out this whole ERC-20 token system. I know that myethereumwallet is where all my tokens are stored, however I have many that aren't showing up and/or registering.

Sometimes that's the case when you check on ethplorer. Try to compare with etherscan, you can see that some that reflects there are not showing in ethplorer maybe the reason for this is the token isnt recognized by the ethplorer.

Hey Guys,

Any help on this matter is appreciated. Also, if anyone would be so kind as to give me some merit, i'm trying to bring my account to a much more trustworthy status on here. Thanks again for all of your help!
Giving you merits wouldnt increase your trust status. You need to earn it here by being trustworthy. Though merit can give you a high rank status and be able to be trusted in the future. However, asking merit here is prohibited and considered as merit begging. I advise not to do this again, or worse you can get banned soon.
8  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Placing coins in storage or setting stop losses? on: February 23, 2020, 12:53:28 PM

as for market cap, that is the problem nowadays with people, they think just because a website called coinmarketcap.com ranks a coin on top then it must be good or safe to use!
In terms of investment looking into top 10 in a website called coinmarketcap wouldnt hurt a bit. There are people trusted the ranking of cryptocurrency coins listed there. Yeah youre definitely right. Good or safety of coins must not be dependant on that? Can I ask? for people who dont have much experience and knowledge which reference should they seek advise or any legit website to depend on? I appreciate if you could recommend some.

Most investors and traders response, when newbies asking which coin to invest with, I am sure more of them will response just choose top 10, 20 or even 50 in the market to be safe (pretty sure they are referring to CMC). There is no such thing as safe, cause even bitcoin its still risky. Dont see much difference aside from the centralization of tether and btc when it comes to OP's topic IMO.
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Bounties (Altcoins) / Re: [BOUNTY] GOLD Stablecoin – $200,000 - payouts in BTC, ETH, GOLD on: February 23, 2020, 12:28:17 PM

Regards,
Support Team @ Digital Gold
https://gold.storage

Hello Gold_official, I would like to seek your attention regarding this, bounty thread duplicate of Gold https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5227856.msg53894494#msg53894494

The post might be a spam but there are other applications already might seems to be confusion on your campaign. Maybe you can sort this out or advise that this campaign is officially yours or just say that just a spam. So we can report to mods this thread. Thank you
10  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: LOCKED TOKENS RECEIVED FROM BOUNITES on: February 23, 2020, 08:55:33 AM
Is it possible to check by myself it the tokens are locked or not (in case team is silent or ignore my question)? Maybe this can be done by investigating contracts source code ? Or by "event" log on http://etherscan.io of the contract?

Yes you can. Try the simple one and much effective way. Send to other wallet the token if it does failed then its locked. The only reason the transaction failed its either you dont have enough gas to cover the tx fee or the tokens are still locked. Anyway it will be noted when it got failed.

Regarding source code, I'm no expert with this, so I'm not sure if this is possible or how to. But the abovementioned process is much easier though you need to spend a little just to know.
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: GAINS ANNOUNCEMENT OFFICIAL THREAD FOR CRYPTO UPDATE AND NEWS on: February 23, 2020, 12:34:07 AM
Crypto News Summary- February 22

General News:
Japan’s Financial Regulators to discuss crypto asset creation.
JPMorgan says Blockchain is laying foundations for digital money.
China's banks continue to embrace blockchain despite scalability, usability concerns.
NBA & NFL believe in non-fungible tokens, but not contract tokenization.

Coin Specific News:
$39 million worth of Bitcoin (BTC) sold to one of winning bidders by US Marshals
$45 Million worth of Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash allegedly stolen in a SIM hack.
Ethereum rests above $260 as bulls may be fading out.

Exchanges:
OKEx now offers real-time “tick-by-tick” market tracker for all of its trading products.
FCoin blames poor auditing for shutdown, but others suspect exit scam.

Misc:
Annual Bitcoin (BTC) mining revenue to drop to $3.1 billion after halving.

Cool tech fact:
"ALASKA" is the only geographical state whose name can be typed on the keyboard using only one row.

Quote of the day:
"Character cannot be developed in ease and quiet. Only through experiences of trial and suffering can the soul be strengthened, vision cleared, ambition inspired and success achieved" —Helen Keller

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12  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Monitoring sites on: February 22, 2020, 11:14:50 AM

The article itself (the one with the hyperlink) was not made by me. I just basically shared the contents here, but added together with my own biased opinions and preference plus simplified info, hence the reduced number of sites I shared.

Oh mb, didn't know that. Might ask for it to be deleted then, like, edit the post and completely remove the contents or something like that.
You mean the website? Ah I see I thought what article youre referring to. No need to edit post and say such thing like asking to delete. I dont think its necessary as your post is relevant. Why not just add more useful when you encounter more websites.
13  Local / Pamilihan / Re: ♛♛♛NBA Prediction Tournament [0.027BTC Prize Pool]♛♛♛ on: February 22, 2020, 10:48:17 AM
Game 60 Matches

Congrats to all na nakapasok sa top 10 galingan nung mga nasa ilalim na maaari pa makapasok sa top 10.  Crucial game indeed. Anyway, here is my prediction. Glad not eliminated until the 60th game.

1. Game venue: Los Angeles
Los Angeles Clippers
Sacramento Kings +12

2. Game venue: Charlotte
Charlotte Hornets +3
Brooklyn Nets

3. Game venue: Atlanta
Atlanta Hawks +6
Dallas Mavericks

4. Game venue: Chicago
Chicago Bulls +1
Phoenix Suns

5. Game venue: Miami
Miami Heat
Cleveland Cavaliers +13

6. Game venue: Milwaukee
Milwaukee Bucks
Philadelphia 76ers +8.5

7. Game venue: Utah
Utah Jazz
Houston Rockets +2
14  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Monitoring sites on: February 22, 2020, 10:39:08 AM
I wasn't the original article writer btw, I just wanted to share it here, especially to newbies who don't have any idea where to look in terms of information/statistics regarding the crypto scene.

Im confuse what you meant by not the original article writer? These are websites and the notes you state on each one is useful and bit interesting. What you mean is the labels on different site isnt you?


PS. If there was a post like this before, do tell. I might just remove the thread itself since both posts might have duplicate information and all.
I dont think you cant remove the thread yourself even there is duplicate mate since we cant delete created thread. Unless moderator find it needed to be delete.

I think this is a nice thread and very informative although some have been explained and post already. The post is neat. I just hope, that it is you, the one write it. Cause I confuse with what you mean on the last statement I qoute from you.
15  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Newbie members syndicate and rights on: February 22, 2020, 10:06:43 AM
I think Newbie members are endangered species and I would like them to have special rights in this forum.

Partly yes I agree. They are endangered since most of them have ranking up already on Junior rank and above, but there are still members with this rank with lots of post and activity but still retain their ranks. But some of them stay because of one valid reason.. (They want to becomr hall of famer for becoming bounty hunters at newbies level)..

 What do you mean by safer newbies? Kinda confuse with this.

I always reminisce the time of being a newbie so I respect most of newbies here that really contribute and share honestly on forum more than some non stop high rank here.
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: GAINS ANNOUNCEMENT OFFICIAL THREAD FOR CRYPTO UPDATE AND NEWS on: February 21, 2020, 11:44:45 PM
Crypto News Summary- February 21

General News:
Riot Blockchain, a Nasdaq-listed crypto firm in the US, plans to sell its exchange to focus on Bitcoin mining ahead of the halving.
Fidelity International invests $14M in Asian crypto exchange operator.
E-commerce platform Shopify joins Facebook’s cryptocurrency Libra Association.

Coin Specific News:
Cardano completes Hard Fork paving the way for Shelley launch.
Binance will list community coin vote round 6 winner $MBL.
Ripple launches New XRP fraud reporting procedure.

Exchanges:
Binance CEO, CZ, responds to reports that his exchange is not authorized to operate in Malta
Ukrainian exchange Kuna has released an apparently first stablecoin pegged to local fiat currency, the Ukrainian hryvnia
TradeSatoshi Exchange shuts down, users report foul play.

Misc:
Irish drug trafficker claims he lost the keys for BTC wallets worth $56 million, confiscated by the police in connection with his recent arrest.
Vodafone includes Bitcoin in new advert after exiting Libra.

Cool tech fact:
Inside an original Macintosh case, you will find 47 signatures for each member of Apple's Macintosh division as of 1982.

Quote of the day:
"An expert is a person who has made all the mistakes that can be made in a very narrow field." —Niels Bohr

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17  Other / Meta / Re: #MeritBrokeMyLife AGAIN - A Message To theymos on: February 21, 2020, 09:26:57 AM
Bump.
Need More sMerits
#MeritContinuouslyBreakingMyLife

Just a wait a bit mate. Those smerits will come as refill is on the way. Maybe you will be surprised to see if the allocations were doubled.  Grin and theymos listen to the need of more smerits. Many in our Local users are probably waiting for you too. Lots of good posts are stuck with 0 merits. Hope some merit sources go there for some quick visit. ( I have also lots of local post without merits) Anyway, I will also spend some again if merit spree comes underway.
#MeritChristmasAgain
18  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Placing coins in storage or setting stop losses? on: February 21, 2020, 08:40:34 AM
but as someone who wants to "store" for longer periods of time you must never touch a centralized and crappy altcoin such as Tether (aka USDT). it is highly risky to use that. it can disappear in any moment and it doesn't matter how safe it looks so far.
Why because its an "altcoin"? Tether is also supported by some hardware wallets so I dont get why its different than bitcoin? For trading isnt advisable cause as what you mentioned its great use is inside the exchange to defeat volatility. Storing purposes what's the difference? Nothing isnt it. I dont think a top 6 market cap coin would suddenly vanished in any moment.
19  Local / Pamilihan / Re: ♛♛♛NBA Prediction Tournament [0.027BTC Prize Pool]♛♛♛ on: February 21, 2020, 08:27:36 AM
Day 59 Matches

My goal now is to stay alive and not eliminated with this competition with betting from 1st game to 60th game all games (all games per matches) that occurred on this contest. Congratulations to those who are retained on top 10.

1. Game venue: Orlando
Orlando Magic +3.5
Dallas Mavericks

2. Game venue: Washington
Washington Wizards
Cleveland Cavaliers +4.5

3. Game venue: New York
New York Knicks +5.5
Indiana Pacers

4. Game venue: Toronto
Toronto Raptors
Phoenix Suns +7.5

5. Game venue: Minnesota
Minnesota Timberwolves +6.5
Boston Celtics

6. Game venue: Oklahoma
Oklahoma City Thunder
Denver Nuggets +1

7. Game venue: Utah
Utah Jazz
San Antonio Spurs +7

8. Game venue: Los Angeles
Los Angeles Lakers
Memphis Grizzlies +11

9. Game venue: Portland
Portland Trail Blazers +4
New Orleans Pelicans

20  Other / Meta / Re: [LIST] Open Merit Source Applications... on: February 21, 2020, 08:01:41 AM
Perhaps instead of candidates nominating themselves, we should have candidates who are nominated by others and also exhibit the capacity to be impartial when dispensing those merits.

The task is voluntary mate. What if that someone you nominated hasnt up for the job? So I think its better to stay with the same method of self nomination and application..

I kinda like the idea but there are some lapses too like what @Debonaire217 mentioned.

Thus, self nomination of the members who are truly passionate and dedicated to distribute merit is quite better.
Agree with this. A voluntary task is way more effective and we can see his determination to do so. Plus Theymos will pick him up to see if his really qualified.

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