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381  Other / Off-topic / Re: astrology on: November 21, 2019, 06:28:56 AM
In general, I never believe anything, I prefer to rely on facts - i.e. to be sure of something. I have not yet studied this topic in detail. But I can say that everything here is not so simple as it might seem at first glance. Since absolutely everything in our world is fractal (from infinite small to infinitely large), astrology has a place to be. But usually we misunderstand it. I myself don't know this topic either, because I haven't yet reached it.
382  Other / Off-topic / Re: Flat Earth on: November 17, 2019, 04:55:22 AM
^^^ The globe is fake news, that's when.




NASA IS A PROPAGANDA AGENCY!!!


Retired Polish Astronaut Says Earth is Flat !!!! -- https://youtu.be/oVa1fRgTiAw

If we talks about fake news and propaganda, then there are even more global and serious issues than flat Earth.

And my opinion is that the term "flat Earth" was coined specifically to make our worldview flat, instead of voluminous. Therefore, raise again, to whom and why it is beneficial to say so.

And one more thing: there is a lot of evidence on the Internet that the surface of the Earth is definitely not flat. You can check it out for yourself. For this experiment, you will need a laser, a lake, a few people and a boat.
383  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Why hasn't any altcoin replaced bitcoin? on: November 15, 2019, 12:09:39 AM
I don't think that altcoins can become more popular than bitcoin, so bitcoin will always be ahead. Because Bitcoin is not just the first cryptocurrency, it is an idea of freedom, it is an idea that brings progress.
384  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Would it be possible to use Cryptocurrencies in China? on: November 15, 2019, 12:03:19 AM
Recently, I heard that China banned holding cryptocurrency and cryptocurrency transactions, so does that mean that having cryptocurrency in China would be a criminal offense? Moreover, why create such a ban in the first place?


Where did you hear about that?
Everything is actually quite wrong.
In addition, in any case, all countries will have to accept cryptocurrencies, since progress cannot be hidden.
385  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Fiat-to-crypto - what's with the fees? on: November 11, 2019, 11:22:48 AM
In my country i can buy crypto from crypto Atm's or in a multipurpose wallets, and i think buying with fiat to crypto was charge a little bit higher compare to crypto-fiat i dont know how they calculate the fees or just they have there own setting about fees regarding that matter.
Do you see the fee on your screen?
Could you also tell how exactly do you buy crypto from ATM?
386  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Fiat-to-crypto - what's with the fees? on: November 05, 2019, 03:26:44 PM
Trying to understand how the fee system works and why exchanging from fiat is much more expensive than exchanging crypto.

Ok, cryptocurrency exchange fees are usually very low because it costs little to nothing in fees to exchange them, unlike fiat itself. Banks charge a commission for everything, and there are many regulations and financial bodues to contend with who would ultimately want their own piece of the cake.

That might explain why there's a 0.25% fee when you exchange crypto on changelly, for example, and 7% fees when you want to exchange from fiat.
But at the same time, there are services with a much lower fee. BUT lower payment doesn't guarantee good quality service. And this is where I want to hear your opinion

Question #1 - how often do you buy crypto with fiat?
Question #2 - how do you choose the platform? Are there any other criterions than the amount of fee? Security, speed of transaction, simplicity, friendly service?

its because FIAT is not for this scene, most people hate it in crypto. Its super complicated to register as a money transmitter and the gov takes taxes
So they have to change that high, its sux, but its the same everywhere for fiat Sad
Just dont use FIAT in this scene man, buy/sell with coinbase, fees are like nonexistant that way

Why coinbase exactly? They also charge a lot, just using a different scheme. The same rules apply for binance and other platforms.
I mean - specific locations, amount of transaction, presence of precise coin, etc. This all looks like a big field of opportunities to mess up with the customer's expectations about the price.
387  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Fiat-to-crypto - what's with the fees? on: November 05, 2019, 02:12:57 PM
Trying to understand how the fee system works and why exchanging from fiat is much more expensive than exchanging crypto.

Ok, cryptocurrency exchange fees are usually very low because it costs little to nothing in fees to exchange them, unlike fiat itself. Banks charge a commission for everything, and there are many regulations and financial bodues to contend with who would ultimately want their own piece of the cake.

That might explain why there's a 0.25% fee when you exchange crypto on changelly, for example, and 7% fees when you want to exchange from fiat.
But at the same time, there are services with a much lower fee. BUT lower payment doesn't guarantee good quality service. And this is where I want to hear your opinion

Question #1 - how often do you buy crypto with fiat?
Question #2 - how do you choose the platform? Are there any other criterions than the amount of fee? Security, speed of transaction, simplicity, friendly service?
Aren't you afraid that your personal data may be stolen or sell somehow?
388  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What scares you the most? on: November 01, 2019, 03:17:54 PM
This morning I found out that Bitmex was hacked. And i not that it positively affected my level of anxiety in general...
389  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Top Cryptocurrency Exchanges on: November 01, 2019, 11:42:38 AM
Why is this look shilling?..  The original post of yours has no specific information about your previous experience. Besides, I never heard of that exchange you mentioning and honestly, I see no reason to use it.
Sorry, if I'm wrong.

PS: The maintenance of your post doesn't apply to its heading
390  Other / Off-topic / Re: Flat Earth on: October 31, 2019, 04:41:58 PM
Guys, the concept of flat Earth is necessary for some power structures to control people. We are specially introduced the idea that the Earth is flat so that our thinking becomes limited (not comprehensive). When a person is told that there is no way out, that there is only some kind of flat surface where we canít do anything, then any of us (even on a subconscious level) has some apathy, etc. If we consider that the Earth is round, then there are no boundaries in our consciousness, because infinity comes from the round Earth to all 360 degrees. Therefore, even if the Earth really were flat (although this is not so, and it has been proved many times, if you study the topic well), people need hope in any case, so the Round earth can be great for this. This concept gives us an image of the fact that we can study and cognize this world and the universe in absolutely any direction, and not in 2D, as in the concept of a flat Earth.
P.S.
I don't want to offend anyone. It's my opinion.
And I sincerely want to understand this topic as well as each of us. I wish to everyone good luck in the search, I hope someday we will comprehend the truth!
391  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Have you ever been stolen or lost your BTC? on: October 18, 2019, 02:17:26 PM
I would definitely not hold my crypto on the exchanges (at least not much); they are probably the undisputed leaders in terms of the loss of funds.
392  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Re: Too many exchange apps on: October 10, 2019, 03:54:20 PM
~snip~

Yeah, I saw it, tried to sort it out even, but it still looks unclear - especially the part with investigations and confusing them to changenow. I mean I've used the web version of their service from time to time since 2017 (more or less), and there was never a problem.
Basically, that's the main reason I included them on the list.
The details is on the link given so it's up to you to link the developers of both exchanges. If you have no issues with them but as you've said on the original post you've made, there's not enough reviews.

The trust feedback given to them can be your reference as review and it's up to you if you will continue using them. Base on the trust given, it's likely that they can do it again with any of their future customers.
In the original post, I meant reviews about the app, but I appreciate the feedback you've given.
Speaking of trust feedback... Don't know, in a case when I have an opportunity to compare personal experience and half-anonymous reviews I prefer to trust my own experience.
But anyways - thanks a lot!
_____
Still collecting comments about other mobile apps.
393  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Re: Too many exchange apps on: October 10, 2019, 01:45:41 PM
I prefer using browser for all my exchanges, instead of the app because of putting my phone RAM under pressure. I will download few exchange apps when I get an android phone.
I've heard many reasons from people who prefer not to use mobile exchanges, but yours uncommon. BTW, which apps will you choose?
394  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Re: Too many exchange apps on: October 10, 2019, 01:38:49 PM
I don't usually use these exchange apps, I like going to their main website and trade there on my own. I find it that there were times that apps causes bugs when I was using them that's why I've never used them again.

- Changelly - it's new, I don't know if it's stable and well-working, and there are not enough reviews, but I was satisfied with the web version though
They have an active account here that has negative reputation, you should check it.

Username: Changelly

Yeah, I saw it, tried to sort it out even, but it still looks unclear - especially the part with investigations and confusing them to changenow. I mean I've used the web version of their service from time to time since 2017 (more or less), and there was never a problem.
Basically, that's the main reason I included them on the list.
395  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Re: Too many exchange apps on: October 09, 2019, 03:22:39 PM
Binance app is enough for me. Especially after new apppstore listing
Did they manage with the problem of never-coming authorization code?
396  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Too many exchange apps on: October 09, 2019, 01:33:18 PM
There are plenty of exchange apps, both for Android and iOS.
At the moment I've tested 3 most common apps:
- Binance - sometimes ok, but not for the first time I somehow can't go through KYC via this app. Notifications don't work correctly, etc.
- Coinbase - was ok even with slow support, but after they increased their fees to 0.5%... Well, sorry, not going to use it.
- Changelly - it's new, I don't know if it's stable and well-working, and there are not enough reviews, but I was satisfied with the web version though

My question is: does anyone use exchange apps? If so, which ones? If not - why not? Share your experience, please.
397  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Alts you won't invest in on: October 08, 2019, 01:11:30 PM
I just came to tell that I double thoughts of Libra. Sort of principal.
Other alts - MOON, BCH, LTT maybe
398  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What's going on with BTC? on: October 08, 2019, 01:03:51 PM
BTC shows very strange results. Day after day i see +3 -3 rates. +300 USD then -300 USD.

What is going on? And when we will see good news?
I can only assume, but maybe this volatility's due to the fact that there are too many 'extra' people as someone noticed.
Nobody can predict the future of BTC price with enough accuracy - there are only assumptions like in that article, (or attempts to analyze which strategy of buying/selling is better - like in here) but maybe learning more theory about BTC by its past will fill some gaps.
399  Other / Off-topic / Re: Largest religion in 2050? on: October 08, 2019, 12:26:35 PM
I personally would be fine if there were a scientific point of view prevailing, but I don't think that'll happen. So my guessing is - Muslim, Catholic.
400  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Did fixed rate system ever saved your money? on: October 04, 2019, 12:20:35 PM
Here's to discuss fixed-rate and its benefits. Besides the deterring speculation, preventing depreciation of the currency and so on - did fixed exchange rate ever help you to avoid losing coins? I mean I saw an announcement about 15 mins fixed rate on changellys app, but how useful this time is? Do you pay attention to such benefits?
Interested to hear your own stories.

This feature is really only useful if you need a specific amount of coins in the first place.

For example, if you have to pay an invoice in BTC and all you've got on you is LTC which you want to exchange, and you don't want the exchange rate to be floating because you may overpay/underpay as a result.

Essentially, it's a temporary hedged position. That's all that it is.

For those who are saying that it's only useful for large transactions, I'd beg to differ. a) large traders wouldn't use Changelly or any other instant exchangers  anyhow and b) this fixed rate system benefits small scale users the same way.

Could you please explain why instant exchanges won't fit?
Other points - I see, ok.
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