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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Altcoin Cryptocurrency Equivalent to USD Most Stable on: May 06, 2021, 10:06:32 PM
I found the Cryptocurrency Equivalent to USD Most Stable,

Most stable:

Tether ($USDT)
USD Coin ($USDC)
mStable USD ($MUSD)
Binance USD ($BUSD)
TerraUSD ($UST)
HUSD($HUSD)

Other that not more stable:

Dai ($DAI)
Paxos Standard ($PAX)
Reserve tokens ($RSV)
Gemini Dollar ($GUSD)
TrueUSD ($TUSD)

What do you think? and how you can find the most stable coin?

I think they're all the same because those follow USD mostly. But I prefer coins with "USD" on their abbreviation more like a stable for me because it must follow the price of the fiat. Maybe some of them will only have slight differences in terms of price

Usually to do this to park in the exchanger if you used to exchange and want a break, and want to exchange to the more stable coin if you do not plan to do more trades at this time, I thought it will be good to do if plan to take a break, so I was researching coins that are the stable and same value of 1 USD each coin.


With stable coins, you have double risks: risk for the value of USD, and risk for government actions.
You have stable coins like DAI which are decentralized and the chance of getting shut down is pretty low than a centralized stable coin. Well, if you think USDT may collapse, DAI may collapse, then you can't disagree that USD may also collapse.

I do not know who is behind the stable coins.
2  Other / Meta / Bookmark threads on: May 06, 2021, 09:58:01 PM
I think the bookmark option will be good instead of to watch as some thread is useful to get back to, hope this option will be available
3  Economy / Exchanges / Re: Which P2P exchange with no KYC can use to exchange Airtm USD to Bitcoin? on: May 06, 2021, 09:53:48 PM
Which P2P exchange with no KYC can use to exchange Airtm USD to Bitcoin? or vice versa?
Localcryptos doesn't need KYC requirements and it allows the trader to choose their desired payment options so it can be one of the choices you are looking for. Personally, I have never seen any advertisements regarding Airtm USD to buying and selling BTC but still, you can create the offer and can make use of it.

Thanks, I should try it then...
4  Economy / Exchanges / Which P2P exchange with no KYC can use to exchange Airtm USD to Bitcoin? on: May 06, 2021, 07:02:20 PM
Which P2P exchange with no KYC can use to exchange Airtm USD to Bitcoin? or vice versa?
5  Economy / Service Discussion / Earn Interest on Crypto By Staking without verification or KYC requirements on: May 05, 2021, 07:43:45 PM
Earn Interest on Crypto By Staking without verification or KYC requirements
Which Crypto Staking Exchangers or any wallet without verification or KYC requirements?

I notice there is an option on blockchain wallet but it requires verification
Where I can earn interest without verify the account?
6  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Is there a Coinmarketcap alternative which allows to filter coins by premine? on: April 30, 2021, 12:59:11 AM
    here is list sorted by rank
    • coinmarketcap.com
    • coingecko.com
    • coinranking.com
    • coincodex.com
    • digitalcoinprice.com
    • coincost.net
    • crypto-rating.com
    • coinlore.com






    7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Which altcoin mixer that you are using? on: April 30, 2021, 12:45:44 AM
    Which altcoin mixer that you are using?

    and why?

    and tell about your personal experience about it...
    8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Altcoin Cryptocurrency Equivalent to USD Most Stable on: April 30, 2021, 12:44:21 AM
    What do you think? and how you can find the most stable coin?
    No coin is stable, they are only pegged with fiat, and fiat is not stable but controlled by a central authority which are the governments, the central bank specifically.

    Yes, I understand, but for some time I've been watching it and found most stable or at least pegged with fiat.
    9  Economy / Service Discussion / Which coin mixer that you are using? on: April 30, 2021, 12:35:57 AM
    Which coin mixer that you are using?

    and why?

    and tell about your personal experience about it...
    10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Altcoin Cryptocurrency Equivalent to USD Most Stable on: April 30, 2021, 12:13:30 AM
    I found the Cryptocurrency Equivalent to USD Most Stable,

    Most stable:

    Tether ($USDT)
    USD Coin ($USDC)
    mStable USD ($MUSD)
    Binance USD ($BUSD)
    TerraUSD ($UST)
    HUSD($HUSD)

    Other that not more stable:

    Dai ($DAI)
    Paxos Standard ($PAX)
    Reserve tokens ($RSV)
    Gemini Dollar ($GUSD)
    TrueUSD ($TUSD)

    What do you think? and how you can find the most stable coin?
    11  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Is this seller legit? on: April 21, 2021, 10:00:31 AM
    No escrow service or payment going to be on hold, and if you buy it, you buy at your own risk.

    sellix.io platform can't even help you, they send the payment to the seller.
    12  Economy / Digital goods / Re: [AutoBuy]$1.99 DigitalOcean EDU codes, $100 DO credit codes with 1.99$ price on: April 21, 2021, 09:48:53 AM
    Expiration Date: 1 Year from applying
    Value: $100
    Price: $1.99

    Is there is escrow?

    What type of payment do you accept?
    13  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Start with your own shop AutoBuy - Services available Discussion on: April 21, 2021, 09:28:38 AM
    If I can recall correctly there is an issue with selly. I mean auto-buy service always wouldn't be a good idea where the funds directly go to the seller. If you take a deep look on the scam accusation board you will find many threads that people are scamming from selly. Although selly itself isn't a scammer it's just full of scammer due to no escrow service. I am not familiar with any service that you mentioned. Do you have any deep research about them? Or just simply posting from the Google search list? If you have experience with these auto-buy sites then please add more details. So we can prevent a few scams.

    Yes, there are websites that have escrow, but this more like a marketplace, it's called bitify.com but it does not have the option to digital delivery in automatic, or automated, only serial numbers or product keys are supported.
    14  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Start with your own shop AutoBuy - Services available Discussion on: April 21, 2021, 09:22:28 AM
    Do you run a website or are you going to sell in small quantities using AutoBuy URLs?
    Most automatic sales URLs are closer to delivery sites because they do not include any escrow for the buyer. they are payment gateway, when the user completes a transaction you get your money, No refunded or other.

    Best alternative:
     - Blockonomics: Bitcoin only, First 10 transactions fee is waved and 1% per transaction for others.
     - Rocketr: Free


    For Blockonomics, I believe you need to have a website to be a merchant.

    and yes, I agree that no escrow, you work directly with the buyer, no middle man or escrow, or they actually collecting the payment.
    15  Economy / Service Discussion / Start with your own shop AutoBuy - Services available Discussion on: April 18, 2021, 06:15:37 AM
    Well, I let everyone know what I know... I did the research for everyone allowing you to sell both digital and physical item without spending much or have your own web hosting, there are free and paid, let's focus for those have a free plan.

    You still share what you know and what do you think?

    Start with your own shop AutoBuy - Services available Discussion:

    Free Services:

    sellix.io (Free plan available)
    shoppy.gg (Free plan available)
    autobuy.io (Free)
    rocketr.net (Free)
    blockonomics.co: Bitcoin only, First 10 transactions fee is waved and 1% per transaction for others
    (You must have a website or storefront as they do not provide it, they support > Wix, Squarespace, Shopify, WordPress, Prestashop, WHMCS)


    Paid services:
    selly.io start with $19.99 - no free plan
    sellfy.com start with $29/mo - no free plan
    atshop.io $19/mo (no free plan)

    Search and find items and option to promote:
    shellix.xyz it's free to post the item and $10 to promote

    So, let me know what do you think?
    16  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: What are the best alternatives to bitify.com bitcoin marketplace? on: April 18, 2021, 06:00:30 AM
    I do not believe I found any alternatives to Bitify until now, share what you found.
    17  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Qt Bitcoin Trader [Open Source secure trading client for Mac/Windows/Linux] on: April 18, 2021, 04:34:56 AM
    Qt Bitcion Trader v1.40.53 Released!

    - Fixed critical bug causing missing public trade history items
    - Fixed bug when zero, incorrect balance reached script, rules events
    - Fixed missing script events, wrong rule state for Bitfinex
    - Fixed own trade history items missing for Bitfinex
    - Fixed rounding of buy or sell total calculations
    - Fixed Hitbtc exchange api keys impossible to add
    - Fixed translation issues. French language updated
    - Optimized memory usage
    - Removed exchanges bitmarket.pl, okcoin.cn, btcchina.com, goc.io

    Thanks for letting us know Smiley
    18  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Stock Staking, Crypto Staking Is this safe way to invest? on: April 14, 2021, 07:16:36 AM
    There are just simply stocks that give quarterly dividends(mostly retail, established companies), and there are stocks that don't(mostly high-growth companies).

    That's exactly what I mean, I just wrote the wrong word, it's the same for stocks, I used to use eTrade, I didn't remember the word as I do not use it anymore, back in 2007 I guess it was a great time and investment, but they closed my account for no activity on it.


    I never heard of stock staking, but I heard about crypto staking because I use TRX to stake in Binance exchanges.

    Perhaps the stock market wants to use crypto staking to attract people, not to move from the stock market to the other market.

    I meant stock quarterly dividends, I wrote the wrong word, so what do you recommend?
    19  Economy / Service Discussion / Stock Quarterly dividends, Crypto Staking which way Is the safer way to invest? on: April 14, 2021, 04:43:14 AM
    Stock Quarterly dividends, Crypto Staking which way Is the safer way to invest?

    Stock Quarterly dividends is a known term for stock and it's come to Crypto Staking so Is this a safe way to invest?

    Or would you rather Stock Quarterly dividends for real companies in Wallstreet to buy real stocks or a fraction of stocks and staking it for a long time and those give revenue as well to your investment?

    So, What do you think?

    and what online service would you recommend for Stock Quarterly dividends and Crypto Staking

    Thank you mk4
    Quote from: mk4
    Quarterly dividends

    Edited to correct the term.
    20  Economy / Service Discussion / What are the Exchangers who do not require verification for your account? on: April 14, 2021, 04:41:37 AM
    What are the Exchangers who do not require verification for your account?

    I've used a lot of exchanges that required a verification for creating an account with them, which is really getting me really annoyed and it did break the anonymous rule, which isn't good, besides every few years they require additional verification.
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