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1  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Is BTC Volatility More of an Advantage than Disadvantage? on: August 20, 2021, 10:32:45 AM
I think the beauty would be within the eye of the beholder this case. For example, many traders here within the community came first from, forex, and most likely from the traditional stock markets, etc.
The crypto markets are 24/7 while traditionally, markets are closer to being a 9-5, Monday - Friday (depends on time zone) type of scenario. Those guys are here for either the volatility, the future utility, (or both), and the serenity and sovereignty that Cryptocurrency provide.
  So in my humble opinion, I think the Volatility is a double edged sword. A gift and a curse. The volatility is a Sword of Damocles, Many leverage it all on the volatility hoping to moon, but end up catching a falling knife (liquidation) that was hanging by a single thread of volatility.  Cool
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Bounties (Altcoins) / Re: [BOUNTY] SIGNATURE/SOCMED OPEN - POLKADOG ($PDOG) - Listed on UNISWAP on: June 19, 2021, 02:55:13 AM
Bitcointalk name: chaoscoinz
Bitcointalk profile link:;u=288130
Twitter username: chaoscoinz
Telegram username: Spellmen
ERC-20 Address:0xc7c78356398c4d808Ea38DFD64E0eF330b425922
Join campaign: signature
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Bounties (Altcoins) / Re: [Signature Campaign] [Public Sale at Sovryn] Babel Fish | Money Protocol on: June 16, 2021, 04:50:25 PM
Bitcointalk Username: chaoscoinz
Current post count:1150
Merit earned in last 120 days: 3
ETH wallet [Address Must be from MetaMask wallet]: 0xc7c78356398c4d808Ea38DFD64E0eF330b425922

I know it may be full but just in case someone drops out, here I am!  Grin
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Federal - First Algorithmic Stable Coin Infrastructure for Defi Lending on: May 27, 2021, 10:54:16 PM
This seems too good to be true,  Cheesy The name of the coin is F-Zero, just like the video game series, lol, is Captain Falcon the mascot for the coin/Token? FALCON PUNCH! I smell copyright infringement all over this project.
5  Economy / Services / Re: ✅ [WTB] Signature spaces ✅ on: May 03, 2021, 12:13:16 PM
Bitcointalk Username: chaoscoinz
Bitcointalk Profile:;u=288130
Current post count: 1148
Merit earned in last 120 days: 3

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6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Re: Bounty hunters are getting axed harder on: April 29, 2021, 02:53:04 PM
I look backward and see a lot of challenge facing bounty hunters and I can only see that things will get harder. The mental stress of looking for the right bounty to promote, waking up in the middle of the night for several hours to complete tasks for months just to realized you won't get $1 for all your time.

It is another scenario when you discover that the project you promoted is doing great at the exchange market but you realized the team are refusing to give the reward of your labour or change the rules regarding the campaign just to make it hard for you to get your reward.

I think most of this project team see hunters as being toothless because they know the worst you can do cannot affect their project. They name you different names just to make you look like a fool in the eyes of investors.

Until there is a way to deal honorably with these team, hunters will continue to suffer
Maybe you've been picking the wrong kind of campaigns, I hate to be the guy to say it, because I'm not gung ho on the merit system but it's the only way. Ranking up affords you the ability to participate in not only better campaigns, but also for better wages. There are a lot of scams out there, but the one thing I've learned here on this forum is that, patience is a virtue, if you just practice you're due diligence and research a project thoroughly before joining, you could save your self the time, energy, and stress from participating in shady projects or projects whose teams deal in shady practices.
  I' too, have participated in a bad campaign and have been scammed as well. The best way I myself combat the situation is by prevention, whereas by practicing my Due Diligence for every campaign I consider  participating in.  Wink
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: The Elon Musk "Smart" Tweeting Continues! on: April 29, 2021, 02:53:47 AM
I have a really hard time understanding how people don't realize that Bitcoin could easily be bought off by the wealthy. The truth is, institutional money and powerful figures could single handedly overtake Bitcoin and the crypto markets at anytime if they really wanted to, or the regulators could kill cryptocurrency all together by simply making crypto to fiat exchanges llegal.
    In what chance on gods green earth would you have out walleting someone like Musk, not even if you won the Powerball lottery. People with long money could swoop in and turn this sector into wall st, but they don't because it's not smart to interfere with a new industry that's still within its infancy, as that would suffocte progress and stifle innovation.
  I'm sure Musk knows what he's doing, he's pro crypto after all!  Tongue
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Do you get mad when the price of your cryptos go higher after you have sold on: April 29, 2021, 02:42:02 AM
This is a really good question, but this one happens to resonate personally with me. Over the years there were several projects didn't practice my due diligence on and ended up selling super early before the coins or tokens mooned. In fact it I'm still beating myself up over it till this day, I just can't seem to let some things go, even though it is unhealthy!     Undecided
9  Bitcoin / Press / Re: [2021-04-21] Governments can stop Bitcoin by shutting down mining, says Electric on: April 29, 2021, 02:08:40 AM
I really don't know if there is an actual way to kill off Bitcoin, unless it simply becomes irrelevant and people stop paying it any attention. That's the only way that I can really think of to stop Bitcoin, is for it to become irrelevant. Also if the governments around the world really wanted to play ball, they could simply prohibit the exchange of cryptocurrency into fiat and pass a law for the banks ro stop dealing with customers who make cryptocurrency related transactions.
   This could really deflate the market something serious if people were forced to hold their bags and not be able to exchange their crypro into fiat.
10  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Elon Musk statement on his Bitcoin holding on: April 29, 2021, 01:54:18 AM
Even if Musk did do it, what could anyone possibly do to stop it? Bitcoin is valuable, so that means any one with enough Capital can buy in indefinitely. I'd like to remain optimistic though, and do believe in the original dream of the block father, and founder, Satoshi Nakamoto Son. There's a glimmer of hope that shines a the end of the tunnel, and even if Bitcoin doesn't survive the future, I'm certain another Blockchain project that shares a similar ideology as Bitcoin will.
   I'd like to think Ethereum being the lead coin within the future, as Bitcoin has already set the standard.
11  Economy / Economics / Re: Tesla still an unprofitable automaker on: April 28, 2021, 07:04:53 PM
Tesla is too futuristic for the average consumer and also to expensive. The average Joe can't afford a Tesla, let alone have a place to plug her in at night. The Tesla is a luxury vehicle and let's not forget that we are indeed within Pandemic that kind of puts things into a recession. I believe that when the economies around the globe star to pick up after the pandemic starts to fade, and we return to normal
 (what ever the new normal is, off course). I have faith in Musk, he is really ballsy, that podcast that he did with Rogan where he was fried from all the kush, he won me over that day. It even lost him investors, but gained him some new fans, especially since he's pro Bitcoin!

Don't count Musk and Tesla out,  I'm calling it first, With Musk's Bitcoin purchases , Tesla is set to become the next Weyland yutani corporation (minus teh zenomorphs)
12  Economy / Economics / Re: FINALLY ALL MONETARY AUTHORITIES IN THE WORLD WILL ADOPT BITCOIN on: April 28, 2021, 06:56:23 PM
It always takes the majority of other countries to wait and see what the United States is going to do first, and that goes for just about anything, from laws and policies, to the adopting of westernized technology. Whenever the U.S puts up a fuss about something, or makes a major decision that involves adopting something new,  you'd best believe that the other nations will follow suit and wait to see how the scenario plays out. Being that crypto adoption is healthy within the U.S, Others nations are slowly becoming more laxed as well towards cryptocurrency adoption and related services.
  Let's not forget that this is still the wild west frontier as far as regulation goes, but order is slowly taking place. Go crypto!  Grin
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: ApeSwap Vs PancakeSwap on: April 28, 2021, 06:46:30 PM
It's a beautiful see the real time effects of live advertising. I watched as ApeSwap came from seemingly no where, but had a massively success bounty campaign that most certainly boosted their presence. Their bounty campaign and the Apeswap signatures were freaking everywhere all over the forum, I was mad that I missed out on it. Glad to see another project step into the light of great success ,all the while getting their start right here on the forums! Sweet! I hope more projects that are similar do bounty campaigns.
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Looking for the next Doge! on: April 28, 2021, 06:36:53 PM
I've Been seeing a lot of hype behind DOGE coin and I still don't understand it. I guess DOGE coin has became considerably bigger than I would have ever dreamed. I remember when It first came out. I didn't understand the Meme or the humor behind it. I thought it was just a shit coin because there were all kinds of coins popping up out of no where rehashing the same old consensus algorithms in an attempt to get rich. 2017 is a prime example of clone coins coming into climax.
15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Ultimately long time holders are enjoying the real BEAUTY! on: April 27, 2021, 09:01:57 PM
Today I am telling about BNB which I traded almost 1 month. After one month of experience and trading, I have earned almost $1000+. But one thing I realised, the long timers are enjoying the real beauty. In that period, I had bought BNB many times, sold also for making profit and I able to make it. But if I hold my funds from one month, I can easily make my funds 2x,3x or more.

That is which I found from my trading experience about BNB. Obviously I must say that it is a real money printer.

Yes my friend, now you are really getting the hang of it! I think holding is about the smartest thing that one can do, regardless of the wait time it actually takes for your stake to appreciate and moon, just so, as long as it appreciates. I have always just been a speculator and never really jumped all of the way into crypto. I never really held, and would just would make a few day trades here and there, every now and then. I have had a lot of coins that I sold for short term gain and now I regret it, but you live and you learn!
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Will alts like vechain still gain? on: April 27, 2021, 08:56:06 PM
I believe that some coins will moon and others will most likely take some time because they have some good roadmaps with promising futures ahead o them. I will be honest. I remember when the DOGE coin faucets were paying out like 3 DOGE per hour. Now look at DOGE coin, it has mooned 10 times over. I would have never dreamed it was possible 5 years ago. As a matter of fact. I remember when ETH was only $1. Patience's is a virtue my friend
17  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Why did Satoshi Quit? on: April 26, 2021, 04:34:22 PM
Recently, I read an article that made me wonder why Satoshi decided to quit the project without ever returning, and secondly, what could be so significant that he could leave such a large project as Bitcoin. Another thing is that technology has progressed a lot so why no one has been able to track him down. These questions were probably answered in the past, but I couldn't find any believable answers.


Thanks for your answers in advanceh

Who is to really say that Satoshi Nakamoto really ever existed at all in the first place? The only context clues Satoshi left was a style of writing that may have lead to him being an English chap (cheers!) but that was about it. It could be a whole team of people, who really knows for sure? What about that conspiracy, about Satoshi going quantum? After he completed his mission here on Earth he turned into condensed light and dematerialized, Cool Beam me up Scotty, another pint!
 All joking aside, they say that Satoshi, is most likely a quantum computer, because his past & present behavior was/is too altruistic , I mean for gods sake, He hasn't spent one coin from his purse since inception.
18  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Sell in May and Go Away. What do you think? on: April 26, 2021, 04:15:07 PM
In fact, none of the votes above suit my heart but if this is true I will keep my coins that I have collected for a long time besides that if the price continues to decline, this is actually a very good opportunity for those who have funds to increase their wealth assets. because this is not talking about a day or two. hodlers are always a winner and it will stay that way. people who buy now and sell tomorrow cannot serve as the benchmark for this kind of thing. which I believe maybe currently bitcoin is undergoing a correction but this is very natural that in the crypto world it cannot be taken seriously so you have to sell all existing assets

Were you lucky enough to get in the first bounty campaign brother? If so it was a blessing in disguise(whether or not you religious, no disrespect). I'm not entirely sure if similar projects exist on the Bitcoin networks but if not, this would mean that Sovryn is the first of it's kind on the platform. The way I see it, I was picking up the same vibes I got from Uniswap, so I dived in. Didn't want to promote a scam or anything so I handled my Due diligence first and did some research and found out the POMP (Anthony Pompliano) himself was investing directly within the project.
19  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Sell in May and Go Away. What do you think? on: April 26, 2021, 04:02:42 PM
I just found this when i tried to search more info about bitcoin earlier this day,

What Is "Sell in May and Go Away"?
"Sell in May and go away" is a well-known financial-world adage. It is based on the historical underperformance of some stocks in the "summery" six-month period commencing in May and ending in October, compared to the "wintery" six-month period from November to April. If an investor follows the this strategy, they would divest their equity holdings in May (or at least, the late spring) and invest again in November (or the mid-autumn).

I know that thread is talking about return of stock, not cryptocurrency, then i will show you this (bitcoin return on every month)

From this pic, we can take a conclusion if after May - Oct, bitcoin price seems more likely in "Red" instead of "Green". What do you think? Is this coincidence?

Vote the poll & give your reason.

Note : You can't edit your poll once it submitted
It makes sense from a sentimental analysis point of view. May is when spring is within full bloom, right before the beginning of the summer hits. The only big money making event that really happens in-between May & October is the Independence Day 4th of July event in the states whereas every consumer is pretty much preparing for all of the following festivities like concerts, picnics, backyard barbecues , fireworks, amusement parks, etc. Lot's of Big shopping happening around then. November is where the big pick up is. Thanksgiving leads directly into Christmas, which equals a lot of money flowing everywhere  and every which way you can think. Best time to probably buy in, logically.
  Spring is probably where the profits are ripe and signs of a bear are on the horizon. whereas November is where you could catch the bounce before it bulls. Thus, the cycle continues  Tongue
20  Bitcoin / Press / Re: [2021-03-24] Elon Musk - now you can buy a Tesla for bitcoin on: April 26, 2021, 03:52:33 PM
It is good to see someone of Musk's caliber (power, status, wealth, influence) showing love to the underdog. It goes to show that the big boys are pulling out all the cards. Up till now, nobody thought institutions and big guys payed much attention to cryptocurrency but proves they've had on there poker faces for some time now, definitely fooled me. Musk's huge investment surely caused that last bull run surge we had a month or so ago, no?
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