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1  Economy / Services / Re: [SURVEY]|Take a quick Survey about Gambling & Bitcoin/Crypto|Get $3 in BTC on: November 03, 2018, 05:50:24 AM
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2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Wallet hacking is it possible? on: November 03, 2018, 04:46:09 AM
Just like an account where one's fiat currencies are kept so also is wallet where digital assets or cryptocurrencies of crypto lovers are kept. Can the wallet be vulnerable to hacking and if possible how can that happen? If you have experienced it before, I want to learn from your experience.

hacking wallet would only be possible if you give out your private key or you fail to secure it in a way that it was stolen from you.
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Bounty Hunters Dump Always? on: November 03, 2018, 03:43:42 AM
Do all bounty hunters dump Cryptos after they get paid?

I believe this is not a fair assessment as a lot has to do with the crypto project itself.

Its a matter of perspective really, not all bounty hunters have the same experience or motive, some people just need an opportunity to get crypto for projects that are very difficult to get in the token sales, Example is Ncash tokens of Nucleus.Vision the project has a 1 million USD budget and it is still above ICO price even in the bear market.

Additionally some projects treat bought hunters badly which will not encourage them to stick around for much longer after they get their tokens.

I believe tokens or coins getting dumped by bounty hunters depends a lot on the project itself.

what will you expect from bounty hunters then? they were hunting so that they can cash it out as soon as the coin is being listed in some exchanges.
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: KYC for ICO, is it good or bad idea? on: November 03, 2018, 03:17:32 AM
Hi, everybody. With the development of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology,not only good ideas and projects began to develop,but also those who want to get a lot of money on the HYIP,  use new technologies for their personal purposes. Projects began to carry out the KYC procedure for investors, airdrops, bounties to protect their projects from prosecution by the authorities, to improve security, to know their investors in person. But maybe we can use the KYC procedure not only for buyers but also for sellers. If we introduce such a procedure for new projects, it will increase the level of investor confidence, as well as deter many fake projects from collecting our funds, protect our crypto assets from fraud. This procedure can be entered in this forum to host projects or in special platform. The project developer will have to provide his personal and contact details.
Do you think this is a good or bad idea? Express your opinion.

very bad because many people in crypto world enters to be anonymous in a way because they arent willing to give their identity for security purposes
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Which coins brought you massive losses? on: November 03, 2018, 03:02:19 AM
Dear bitcoin community,

Because there are no gains without losses, I decided to open this thread in the hope that I could also learn from your mistakes when you chose the wrong coins in which to invest your money.

For example, I invested in December 2017 and I lost my money in following coins:

Bitcoin
Ethereum
Ripple
Bitcoin Cash
Dogecoin
IOTA
NEM

The only coin that brought me profit was NEO.


But what about you? What are the coins in which you lost your money?


although i still believed in it by holding it for a bit longer, ethereum has been a loss for me. im just hoping that maybe this december or next year it will do a massive impact in the crypto world
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