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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: WAVES - Complete Blockchain ecosystem for a token economy on: December 06, 2019, 04:24:17 PM
Why are the prices broken in Waves exchange? Looks like USD and EUR coin prices are misrepresented. Are you artificially creating arbitrage opportunities? If I sell BTC to USD there at 10K, which is current price, which way I can withdraw USD, as the rest coins are inflated as well, even Tether.
Hello. All up to date information concerning wUSD has been provided in the following statement:

Waves Community Manager

Thank you, this cleared things up for me.
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: WAVES - Complete Blockchain ecosystem for a token economy on: December 06, 2019, 02:47:33 PM
Why are the prices broken in Waves exchange? Looks like USD and EUR coin prices are misrepresented. Are you artificially creating arbitrage opportunities? If I sell BTC to USD there at 10K, which is current price, which way I can withdraw USD, as the rest coins are inflated as well, even Tether.
3  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Why are so few women buying into Bitcoin? on: December 03, 2019, 04:17:40 PM
Not many women coding either. This does not mean they shouldn't or they can't? There are notable women programmers and I think they will be even better at men in this sector in just a few years time.
Tides turn and opinions change really fast. You won't even notice it once the women population adopts Bitcoin.
4  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Why would one pay $7K for Bitcoin if he/she can get the same thing for $0.001? on: December 01, 2019, 08:11:47 AM
I'm sorry but you need to do more research on Bitcoin as reality is quite far from what you describe.

First of all you are comparing a digital asset with a physical one that is also expendable (bread). There is an natural error there as different attributes require different techniques in understanding price.

Secondly, Bitcoin's network is safe from any attack right now, as the cost of it would be astronomical for any malicious player.
So lets say you want to use some other cryptocurrency. All the rest (besides litecoin if I'm correct) have already been 51% attacked before so their network is not trusted anymore.
What Bitcoin offers is a secure, trustless, decentralized network to transact small or large amounts of money online, anywhere in the world, with small fee and no middle man involved.

The price of Bitcoin is a direct result of supply and demand law that was explained by Adam Smith, three centuries ago, in his book "The Wealth of Nations". Same with the altcoins. Price pumped when everyone involved started buying altcoins and it started falling once most investors understood that they weren't buying into secure decentralized networks.

In this true global free market (BTC/USD), it is the invisible hand that decides the price of Bitcoin.

Price of Bitcoin went up again, once the same investors realized that Bitcoin is the only true decentralized, safe and secure cryptocurrency and also the only one, at least right now, that has potential to disrupt the corrupt monetary system that is counting the last of it's years. Everyone understands how important the digital era is and the role digital currencies will play so the price of Bitcoin is in direct correlation with these facts.

5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] [EXCHANGE] VINDAX – THE CRYPTOCURRENCY EXCHANGE FOUNDATION on: November 30, 2019, 01:17:45 AM
Dear all,

Each people have their own ideas and we respect you and your words. But we are sure that we give full support to our users and trader for case by case.

Without the true evidences, please don't try to accuse us of any irresponsibility to our users. That does not make sense.

Let go to VinDAX and get your own and real experience hear. We have never done any losses to our uses and even not a single case.

Recently, VinDAX got an attack from the hacker but now we have made a full recovery. That's a the most mighty evidence to show to the world how hard and effectively VinDAX Team is working.

At the moment, VinDAX is in well operation. We still move forward and apply our user-beneficial policies as: Crazy referral commission is 90%” and “Cheapest trading fee exchange in the world 0.05%

We are more than happy to welcome all members to join us and get your own experience with VinDAX.

Hello, Mr vindax, proofs you want to be on ?? (if bitcointalk, do not censor, I would be happy to show you how to manipulate the walk, price fluctuation as never seen on a trading platform, + 150% on the purchase at least 150% on the sale, and so on !!!!!)

In short you have understood, I have concrete evidence, and I repeat, if no censorship on the forum (that the administrator gives me the green light and I would be happy to expose trading link on your platform so wonderful proving my say;))

Do not worry I'm kidding on your platform that manipulates the walk, I learned how to avoid getting scammed but to avoid that someone else gets scammed, I'd be happy to answer with concrete evidence Smiley

ps / the fluctuation of the walk you said by mail mdrrrrrrrrrrrr, short between screen and video .... do not worry I can make me a joy to post all you want, mail send, answer obtained, evidence to bring, response obtained Smiley

See you soon Mr vindax

You can post any scam accusation on this part of the forum.  You can upload your video somewhere else and provide a link to it. The community will do more research if your accusations are valid.
As far as you follow the rules I don't think you need administrator's aproval to provide your experience.
6  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: The new Faketoshi strikes again! on: November 27, 2019, 01:26:16 PM
I don't think we should be giving attention to random faketoshi's any longer. It is either you have the keys or not. If you don't own the keys you are not Satoshi.

Even if it happens the actual Satoshi can't recover his keys, he would never try to persuade the community. Bitcoin is simple as that. All these lies CW told to the judges, omg. All these fairy tales.

Not trusting anyone but the tech.
7  Economy / Exchanges / Re: Upbit hack ...going to Huobi Korea! on: November 27, 2019, 01:05:35 PM
The amount was significant but not something that can cause trouble in the market or the exchange itself.

Upbit is one of the most used exchanges in Korea along with Bithumb. They already stated they can recover from the hack easily.

Price of Bitcoin is already recovering so nothing much here to talk about except that you should own your private keys and don't trust exchanges. The big exchanges can cover 50million hacks but maybe not more, so it will be your money lost.
8  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: It’s dying for the 378th time, so when’s the 379th? on: November 25, 2019, 09:52:02 AM
But it really is dying this time. Last high of $14k was less than the previous $20k.

That has never happened before.

Clearly the world has woken up to the fact that bitcoin will never be a currency outside of drug-trafficking, and its not particularly great for that.

The only people claiming its got value are the delusional bag-holders. 

My opinion is that the rise of price from 3K all the way up to 14K between April and June 2019 was not organic 100%. It was mostly the same people that bought in again and sold the top at 12-14K.
Although I had hopes we could stabilize at around 10k and then begin a huge move to 100K, all my indicators pointed out that it was too early.
Don't get discouraged though. We might need to wait some time but it will get there in the end. Treat is as a mini bull market that was incomplete because people didn't follow.
Right now we need a few more months of consolidation. Perhaps only a few. At some point you will understand when new money starts entering and the real bull market begins.
Bitcoin can fall to 6k, it can fall lower. Treat it as an opportunity.
9  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Here’s What Happens When Bitcoin Block Rewards Reach 1 Satoshi on: November 23, 2019, 01:07:26 AM
As it stands, the next block reward halving is expected to occur in mid-May 2020, at which point the reward will be reduced from the current 12.5 BTC, down to 6.25 BTC per block.

By extrapolating forward, it is possible to calculate what the block reward will be at future halving dates. Based on this, the block reward will be reduced to just 0.195 BTC/block in 2040, before reaching a minimum of 1 sat (0.00000001 BTC) in 2140.

Source link for the full news here

I know that in mid-May 2020, we are expecting that the halving would make Bitcoin's price to increase even further. However, there are some analysts who claimed that halving may not guarantee that Bitcoin will be rallying or creating a huge impact in the crypto market.

The only thing for me about halving is that if miners will be motivated if the rewards are getting halved to 6.25 BTC per block. What do you guys think about this one? I would love to hear your comments regarding this post. Thank you in advance.

Better is to use free energy for mining, we cant trade our freedom against fiat old system and old governements banks system.

I understand your concept against fiat systems and I support it, but I don't understand what you mean with free energy. Unless you are implying to steal energy from power companies, which I don't recommend.
10  Other / Meta / Re: The Bitcoin Forum is 10 years old! on: November 23, 2019, 12:57:50 AM
Happy 10th year anniversary bitcointalk!

Wish you all the best!!!
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: WAVES - Complete Blockchain ecosystem for a token economy on: November 23, 2019, 12:53:04 AM
What is this move to Waves Exchange from waves DEX? Is there something people should know and are missing?
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: BItcoin: The path to $10,000,000 ten million dollars per coin on: November 20, 2019, 01:12:22 PM
Bitcoin is designed to be more scarce every single day while the population is almost required to increase its demand. Why? Because people will have to sell their failed fiduciary currencies per Bitcoin. The current financial system failed already and people will realize that Bitcoin is the only system to reset everything. Governments will try to create their centralized cryptocurrencies that will fail like the fiat due to hacks and the fact that people will prefer to use Bitcoin. Bitcoin is a blackhole that is swallowing every single fiat bill. 10 million dollars per coin is probably too conservative. People who dont own Bitcoin now will have to own in it later. Those who are acummulating BTC right now will be the richest people in the world. Bitcoin should hit that price in the next 10 years and there is nothing that could stop it.

Indeed, 10 million is conservative whennya consider governments will have to bow to bitcoin  and  begin their own btc mining.
Russia government is already aiming to have 20% of the bitcoin mining capacity.

In the USA the federal reserve banksters wont go down without a fight, expect some more deep state dirty tricks like what they did to Ross Ulbricht.

Sadly banksters didn't go down in 2008 almost nowhere in the world. Instead of them being in prison they got even more hefty bonuses as a gift for their incompetence. The US governements let the scam continue and the real ponzi scheme is building into colossal heights. What will happen after it collapses? Almost everyone in this forum knows and doesn't feel good about it. I just hope that after the dust settles there will be justice this time. Bitcoin will become even more valuable. I'm not hopping for a recession worse than 2008 but it is coming.
13  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: All of you Bitcoin Hodlers are mentally ill - *Must Read! on: November 19, 2019, 12:13:26 PM
Charts show bitcoin is slowly bleeding to death.

Thanks for posting another obituary!!

Counting 377 as of today:
Hopefully we will see a lot more soon. Always enjoying how Bitcoin bashes all the naysayers  Cheesy .

I should have stopped reading there although I respect every opinion so I read the rest as well. Nothing much in there though, besides pure fud.
Bitcoin is certainly not a ponzi but you can stick to your precious USD devaluated 99% every 50 years.

I'm sorry but what you suggest won't happen:
14  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: An investor lost $24 million worth of bitcoin on: November 18, 2019, 07:28:20 PM
I remember in the beginning of 2018 a lot of US cryptocurrency holders learned the news that they had to pay huge amounts on taxes.
I also remember quite a few claiming they got hacked same time.
Perhaps I'm wrong but I doubt that anyone has millions of dollars active on his mobile phone.
15  Economy / Economics / Re: Would you use FB's Libra? on: November 16, 2019, 07:03:47 PM
I don't think there is a debate here for me at least. I'm not using facebook, never did and always cleaning up my pc if I accidentally redirect into their site.

Staying as far as possible from facebook and their coin.
16  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: You chose to "Be Your Own Bank" don't get complacent and scammed, I did. on: November 16, 2019, 06:56:24 PM
You weren't stupid. You just didn't have your defences up to the standard on this occasion and they probably got lucky with their timing as well.
Being tired from avoiding scammers all day, at one point you need to trust somebody you think you know. It is sad but scammers are lurking in all social media, stealing identities and creating scripts that are convincing enough.
I understand you completely and I agree that the only way to damage the scammers plans is to report what happened and create awareness.
Otherwise someone else will fall victim. The information you provided was useful as this might happen to anyone of us.
17  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Is twitter a good source of info? on: November 16, 2019, 11:15:15 AM
Twitter will suspend your account the moment you provide an argument against someone famous. I remember Nouriel Roubini and Craig Wright were reporting accounts and twitter was permanently suspending them.

Twitter is a joke and you have no power against certain agentas they promote. It is just another centralized information gathering tool for marketers where you have no rights or power. If you read their rules it basically says they can ban you for anything. Any comment they don't like, any retweet you make, if too many people start following you, anything at all. Perhaps if you dig deep you will find they have a payment option as well, so your tweets reach a bigger audience! If you pay them enough you might be clear to lie and deceive with no consequences.

Twitter is an actual Orwellian state with thought police in practice that is shutting down free speech. You are not allowed to have an opinion in Twitter, if it goes against their agenta.
18  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Does technical analysis have any value for Bitcoin? on: November 16, 2019, 10:39:43 AM
I use TA as it was supposed to for investors. I use daily and weekly charts and it's all good there. Now if you trade the 15 minute or hourly you gamble most of the times.
19  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Where are the positive news and those users? on: November 16, 2019, 10:33:50 AM
You just need patience. You've seen the chart, it can't go always up. If you own Bitcoin just hold. What is the lowest it can go in your opinion and what is the highest? If you invest you might need to grow some skin and don't listen to any particular commentator.
20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Honestly, do you guys think cryptocurrencies will be gone anytime soon? on: November 11, 2019, 10:18:00 AM
I haven't been trading my bitcoins and cryptos since this year begins, but I have noticed that the hype train is slowing down since then, compared to last year. I want some honest opinion about the future outlook of BTC or crypto per se. Should investors invest in it ?

My economic advice to investors is to offload all altcoins and stick with Bitcoin.

Investing in any altcoin is like investing in penny stocks or worse. Only a few will deliver anything useful and even fewer of them will get attention and offer you profits.
There are some that you might think they have a chance to grow and give you good returns, just as XRP fans think. What is Ripple's plan though? They sell the billions of tokens they own every time there is increase in demand. They get richer and richer and sell you fake hope that XRP will become something huge that will be used by banks and governments, while XRP price will probably reach 2016 levels soon again.

The days of getting 20x and 100x on shitcoins are long gone and most of these projects are already abandoned.
Go ahead and burn your money if you want though and wait for a hundred years hoping your altcoin will pump.
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