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1  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Newbies, don't be naive on: December 08, 2021, 07:32:54 AM
I've asked some of those "traders" countless times, if you're able to get 10%, 20% gains every day or in the least performing cases every week, why do you go around asking for $100-$300 when you could simply ask a friend for a small loan and you're going to make twice that money in a week without having to "offer" your service here and reveal your secrets!

I remember one guy bragging about returning the investment and 100% profit a month, he was offering his services because he got robbed of all his valuables and need to start again... Cheesy

The same situation is observed when I meet such "traders" of super strategies for making money. Their most common lines of behavior when asked: Why, if their grail provides a stable income, they need to look for those who will buy this wonderful strategy from them:

- they either completely ignore these questions
- either start to turn to insults
- either they try to devalue the position of the questioner with all sorts of unnecessary facts that do not relate to the very essence of the question, like boasting that he came to the crypto business much earlier, and therefore understands more.

Not one such "trader" with super strategies has never answered either me or others who are interested in this simple question.

- either assure they found the way on their own, but it is not necessary for everyone else to do this, since they can now become teachers and shorten the learning path for those who are just starting
2  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Newbies, don't be naive on: December 06, 2021, 10:17:18 AM
Some people just won't listen, they think they know better than anybody. All you can do is watch them go down with their ego... 

Personaly, I think it has more to do with worries about finances, rather than with ego. Most people simply do not know how to calmly and rationally think about money issues. Many people do not have enough money, they desperately want it, so they rush to such fake opportunities with false hopes. They do not listen to balanced and critical arguments, not because they think they know best, but because such arguments destroy the myths in which they so want to believe. It is easier for them to live in rose-colored glasses, believing that they will someday be lucky and they will get rich, than to face a difficult reality in which they need to put in a lot of their own efforts to achieve something.
3  Local / Other languages/locations / Re: Українська (Ukrainian) on: December 06, 2021, 10:01:21 AM
давненько вже не користувався біржами , порадьте нормальні для виводу щіткоінів

Особисто мені найбільше імпонує Binance, там є декілька способів виводу, можна одразу на картку, можна через P2P. І валютних пар дуже багато, тому проблем з пошуком монет не буде. Ще можете спробувати, але там немає фіату, можна виводити тільки самі монети або стейблкоїни, а вже потім продавати за фіат і виводити на картку. Проте плюс в тому, що там з'являється багато нових монет, причому раніше, ніж на крупних біржах, типу Binance чи Huobi.
4  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: HODL is the way on: December 01, 2021, 04:29:08 PM
I know your feeling, ive make this stupid mistake when i buy a car this year at april with one eth, and i will never forgive my mistake with this move!

But you have a car, mate. You shouldn`t underestimate what cryptocurrencies have already given you. You didn’t lose your coins, you exchanged them for what you needed at that moment. Your feelings of regret are based on today's realities, which have changed since you made your decision. But at that time, your decision was justified and took into account the current circumstances. When you regret lost opportunities, it's easy to miss new ones. Therefore, while driving your car with pleasure, you can think about new investments.
5  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: [Merit] Hey Newbies! Can You Sign A Message? on: December 01, 2021, 04:15:59 PM
Yesterday thanks to @OgNasty I was learning how to send encrypted messages, and today I am learning how to sign a message. It was bit of a challenge, but I hope I dealt with it.

Address: 1fry4BMYfxwU4F7Wp3X7QUem1ZeH8agvv
Message: I’m Etranger, it's 01/12/2021 and I can sign a message.
Signature: H9f+hIP9B/EeY28XpELwbApv2JE8v4WKltjFWVxQL3HfLbo8+/QE73MaoaxsIr/GEDvPh4uJrXRGuWKRHo4XE1A=
6  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Target Price Methodology on: December 01, 2021, 11:52:21 AM
Could you please tell more about this levels and how can I trace them. I already know about Fib.retracement, RSI, Momentum, Money Flow and Bollinger Bands, but I know about each of them separately, although I don’t know which indicators should be used with each other and how to superimpose one on top of the other.

The levels on the charts refer to graphical analysis and do not require the connection of any technical analysis indicators. For example, from those that you have listed. To be precise, they are not needed at all. Recently there was a vivid example of what I said here earlier.

We look at the 1D chart and see clearly formed support levels. We saw that the price bounced off the 60300 level for a long time, which means it was a very powerful support level. Also, if you pay attention to the previous support level, where there was a consolidation, then it is at around $53 700:

That is, if we receive a signal that the level of $60 300 is breaking through, then we can safely assume that the price will go down to the next support level, where it consolidated last time. So, the level at 60300 breaks through and what we see:

The price ideally falls to this level of $ 53 700 and then the buyback takes place. This means that this level is still relevant. Levels are a very powerful signal for determining further price movement.

It is just important to be able to correctly identify them, to be able to correctly identify real breakouts of the level, or a price rebound from the level followed by a reversal. But all this cannot be explained within the framework of one post, this is a very voluminous knowledge.

Thank you for your explanation! I was looking through many charts the last previous days and I wonder, what to do, when we don`t have yet the next resistance line. If we look at your images we can see that the price was bouncing between two lines: 67507.79 and 60326.90 (the first picture). Those are support and resistance levels (for that time). Lately the price went down, to the next support level 53784.98. But what if the price would have broken through the first resistance level at 67507.79 and would have gone up? How in this case should I place my orders, if I don`t know where the next resistance would be? Is there any calculations for it?
7  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Newbies, don't be naive on: December 01, 2021, 10:46:12 AM
What makes naïve newbies especially susceptible to all kinds of fraud is not the fact that they have yet to understand Bitcoin more deeply but rather the fact that 99% of them are too eager to make money. This eagerness will bring them toward fake trading tutorials, fake trading signals, fake investment opportunities, scam guidance, and so on and so forth. So I guess cases of newbies being victimized due to their naivete would significantly decrease if they tone down their eagerness to earn.

I don't quite agree that they need to tone down their eagerness to make money. As for me, this is what drives those who are looking for new ways of investment. The problem is not the thirst itself, but the fact that many people do not see anything except it, it blinds them. Accordingly, they skip the stage when such an aspiration should motivate them to learn how to achieve the desired result, and simply rush to the tasty "opportunities" without any analysis. However, such an eagerness to earn can be a great stimulus if directed in the right channel.
8  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: [Merit] Hey Bitcoiners! Can You Send Encrypted Messages? on: December 01, 2021, 10:36:35 AM
I tried again, using this time another option. Could you please tell me, if I did it right?


9  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Newbies, don't be naive on: November 30, 2021, 07:37:12 PM
Thank you Ratimov on this topic, but unfortunately, I don't think it will be read by those for whom it is intended.

This topic does not pursue the goal of saving absolutely everyone and everyone. More than one thread on the forum cannot cope with such a task. But above in the comments, the correct idea was expressed, if there is something to warn about, then it is better to do it and at least someone will get this idea unambiguously.

And with the approach that you describe, you can safely stop writing about all sorts of scams, about privacy, about security and other warnings, because there will still be those who will fall into these traps. But it's better to do at least something than not to do nothing. If my instruction from this topic will help at least 1 user out of hundreds of millions, then it is not written in vain.

Ok I don't think we understood each other the best.
I actually wanted to say that there is one group of people who want to believe in promises of quick and easy earnings and who don’t believe  warnings from you and others.
I don't think they can be helped.
There is another group of people who are unsure and looking for information and answers and they can be helped.
I was primarily referring to the first group of people but your post and the warnings of other users will help other group, who still want to be informed first before making any decision.
I apologize if I wasn’t clear enough in the previous post.

Maybe, such preventions sometimes can help even the first group. After all, it is very easy to believe in the fairy tale that you can get all the money in the world at once, you just need to sign up for some course. But after the first failure it is no longer so easy to believe in such fables, and one may remember that he has already read or heard about scam projects somewhere, or become motivated to learn in such a painful way about such schemes. This is when the warnings reach their goal. It's just that for the second group that you are describing, they may be in advance, but for the first group, they will be a retrospective explanation of their mistake.
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: Buying shib right now on: November 30, 2021, 07:15:41 PM
BRD coin has increased 500 times in a very interesting way. When we look at it, I imagine this beautiful move in SHIB and 1 dollar doesn't seem too far away, don't you think? Let's take note of this sentence, please, "SHIB will be 1 dollar and those who invest now will be the rich of the future". Wink

Actually, $1 does seem too far away, even impossible, because the market cap in this case would have to be transcendental. I doubt it even if every living person on the Earth would invest in SHIB. So, in my opinion, it`s better to be more realistic and make tangible profits, rather then dreaming about $1
11  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Pmalek’s Complete the Word Game and Get Merits on: November 30, 2021, 01:33:15 PM
1. Mining city
12  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Pmalek’s Complete the Word Game and Get Merits on: November 29, 2021, 04:42:26 PM
1. Circle coin
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: Explain to me about Matic Ups these days on: November 29, 2021, 08:21:05 AM
If we look at the day chart, we can see, that the price broke the resistance level, which was on 1.8 (the line of falling tops of a downtrend). After that, there was a small expected pullback, after which, I think, there will again be a test of the resistance line. If the price breaks through it again, a significant increase is expected. 1.66 - 1.73 can be considered as a good entry spot.

Im going to buy some today is it worth it or i need to wait more.

I believe, that after a slight pullback in recent days, the support level formed at 1.5, and the resistance line at 1.7. It is necessary to break through the resistance line for further growth and possible establishment of new ATH. Fundamental indicators show this likelihood. For example, MATIC achieved new exchange listings and partnerships (Spanish exchange Bit2Me announced its listing on the platform) and also focused on NFT. With all this in mind, I would wait for the breakout of the resistance line in order to be convinced of a new bullish wave and buy at the breakthrough point.
14  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Pmalek’s Complete the Word Game and Get Merits on: November 29, 2021, 06:43:09 AM
1. ether

It was already suggested by @nakamura12

I will try for those ones:

1. Bitcoin core
3. Event
15  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Pmalek’s Complete the Word Game and Get Merits on: November 29, 2021, 06:20:42 AM
2. Block trades
16  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: How long do I need to wait between forum posts? on: November 27, 2021, 04:27:30 PM
The wait time period only applies to newbies. Be patient it will end when you become Jr member

If you check the formula, the wait time actually applies to all ranks. But the wait time is significantly reduced if you have some activity, so most people don't even notice it. For example, if you have 15 activity, the wait time only become 75 seconds.

I think these "limitations" can only be noticed if one writes posts without first studying the thread in which he`s going to reply. Therefore, there is no problem, in my opinion, that there is a formula that determines the minimum time between posts. After all, we have to remember  and ban on bumping, multiposting and annoying demeanor.
17  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: [Merit] Hey Bitcoiners! Can You Send Encrypted Messages? on: November 27, 2021, 03:38:58 PM
@OgNasty, I hope you can see the message


18  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Newbies, don't be naive on: November 27, 2021, 02:35:36 PM

And the trend now is that newcomers do not choose a forum as a source of information, but telegram channels, discord channels, YouTube channels. Where the beginner is very vulnerable. And so these scammers continue to thrive as they feed this shit to newbies.

This is because such channels provide ready-made tips ready to use. You don't need to analyze anything yourself, you don't need to learn, you can just blindly follow someone`s advice. And for many people it turns out to be much easier, even if they are aware of a possible scam. Because in case of failure and loss of money, you can blame everyone around you, but not yourself. Erich Fromm wrote a lot about escaping from freedom, and in investing and making money on crypto his ideas are as relevant as anywhere else. People are looking for a headman who will tell them they`ll become rich and happy, and at the same time they don`t need to think about anything, since someone else has already thought for them.
19  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Target Price Methodology on: November 27, 2021, 02:05:36 PM
In order to place an order in the zone where the price is more likely to come, you need metrics. For example, levels on a chart. Only the timeframe of this chart should be at least 4H, although I would recommend using a 1D chart for such a prediction.

The price always moves from level to level, bouncing from one level and breaking through another, if it is some kind of trend, or simply, like a ping pong ball, bouncing off the levels of a narrow price corridor. Therefore, I would recommend that you look for points of strong support and resistance, and when the price rebounds from this level, look for the next similar level and place orders in that zone.

Could you please tell more about this levels and how can I trace them. I already know about Fib.retracement, RSI, Momentum, Money Flow and Bollinger Bands, but I know about each of them separately, although I don’t know which indicators should be used with each other and how to superimpose one on top of the other.

Use trailing stop when you are not sure about when you should be going out. This means when it is going up, set the stop loss higher and higher, which means the moment it starts to go down, you will be automatically selling but still making a profit.

So, let's assume you bought at 50, you set a stop loss at 45, then it becomes 55, you change your stop loss to 50, it becomes 60 then you change yours to 55, it is 90, you change yours to 85 and keep doing that as long as it goes up. This is only applicable if you do not have a set target price. This way if it crashes suddenly, you still get out and still making a profit at the same time and benefits you greatly. However if you really want to decide on target price, then you should learn more about technical analysis. In TA you have a lot of indicators and people make their strategy based on that indicator.

Yeah, I also tried to do that, and at first I thought it was a good strategy. But I faced a problem with guessing the percentage by which to tighten the stop loss. For example, I bought at 50, set stop loss at 45, then it bacame 55, I changed stopp loss to 50 and began to wait for 60, but it hit 50 again after my stop loss was set, the order worked, I sold, however it became to rise again and reached 60, but without me this time.

Dont try to depend on patterns, this is my experience. These patterns are all man-made, no market tells you that "I am following this pattern" - usually these patterns are terms used to describe movements by news media and analysts. What you need to keep in mind is S/R levels like I said above and also the fact that bitcoin is a deflationary currency meaning that the longer you hold the more valuable in fiat it becomes.

How can I define S/R levels without using patterns?
20  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Pmalek’s Complete the Word Game and Get Merits on: November 25, 2021, 02:26:25 PM
1. Tamper-Proof

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