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61  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: I Predict $20,000 for dogecoin in 5years time on: April 29, 2021, 05:49:15 PM
Maybe 10 bucks but lets talk about that when, or if.... it reaches a dollar first.
62  Bitcoin / Wallet software / Has anyone used the Incognito wallet? on: April 29, 2021, 05:44:23 PM
It seems promising. It makes your coins private and you can swap for other coins with low fees it seems. I havent used it yet but seems promising.
63  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Tokens (Altcoins) / Re: Shitcoin Is One Of The Most Useless Cryptocurrency on: April 29, 2021, 02:45:36 PM
VeChain is gonna be one of those "shit" coins that one day rivals or surpasses Ethereum.
64  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / What is the fastest, simplest and cheapest way to "swap" coins for XMR? on: April 27, 2021, 05:30:24 PM
The Exodus wallet for example, has a simple "swap" feature that you can swap stuff for XMR. But the fees are high. Are there any other wallets that have this function? It of course only works if you have a VPN turned on to set you outside of the USA. There are exchanges, but it's a cluster to set up accounts, and I dont want to risk getting locked out if they suspect I have a VPN on and am actually from the USA. So are there any specifically wallets that have this function other than Exodus, but also, are a lot cheaper in fees?
65  Economy / Exchanges / Re: Crypto ATM questions on: April 23, 2021, 07:44:29 PM
Hmm so I'm guessing they're def keeping a record on what phone numbers are used.

Best way is with a burner phone.
66  Economy / Economics / How is it supposed to be alt coin season after bitcoin falls? on: April 20, 2021, 03:44:11 AM
I hear everyone talking about how it's going to be alt coin season when bitcoin season is over. But how? Whenever bitcoin falls, for some whack reason alt coins follow suit. Even those coins whos projects have nothing to do with bitcoin like Vechain.

I really feel like we've hit the market cycle top earlier than expected tbh
67  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: How is a privacy wallet any different from a regular one? on: April 18, 2021, 03:44:21 AM

What's the best privacy wallet that has the most amounts of token coins n stuff?
It is impossible to answer this question because wallets doesn't store the bitcoin, they are just a tool.to access network and private keys help other people from accessing your funds.

Yeah I mean like which has the most tokens supported? Like Exodus has a bunch. Trezor for example I hear doesn't support XLM. Which ones support swapping Monaro for example?
68  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: What will be the most commonly USED crypto currency in the future? on: April 17, 2021, 12:27:11 AM
It's hard to say now. At the moment, the entire crypto market is still speculative and there are too many things on it that depend on external factors. There are too many cryptocurrencies on the market that are worthless and mean nothing, I mean in real life. Therefore, before talking about what the most useful currency will be in the future, you need to understand that this can only happen in the future in which the cryptocurrency will be decoupled from its financially speculative element. Otherwise, Bitcoin will be the most useful currency.
Looking at the present condition of crypto towards government adoption, it's really hard to tell right now. But i agree that despite of its uncertainty, bitcoin still held the most useful currency and probably the most popular one not just as a currency but more of as a good store of value.

Not in the US. It's not a super simple process of obtaining monero. Easy once you know what you're doing but you have to go through some steps. so unless that changes
69  Other / Beginners & Help / How is a privacy wallet any different from a regular one? on: April 17, 2021, 12:23:53 AM
Like for example say exodus vs wasabi?

Exodus for example, I dont think they collect your info. Let's say a government wanted to give a warrant for them to look into some random dudes wallet. Would they hand the info over or something or what?

What's the best privacy wallet that has the most amounts of token coins n stuff?
70  Economy / Exchanges / Crypto ATM questions on: April 16, 2021, 07:43:16 PM
So, why do some crypto ATMs require KYC but others just require a phone number?

Does this mean KYC is basically optional?

What types of info can they get from a phone number? I see this is the most convenient way to buy crypto..... sort of anonymously but not really if they have a phone number attached to your name. 

71  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: What will be the most commonly USED crypto currency in the future? on: April 15, 2021, 02:55:55 PM

Most used in terms of what? As a usual currency? As an investment?

I can say, at least 80% of all coins are being used, not in their respective use-cases but for investment type.

That trend will always be the situation so I would say BTC will be the only one that can hardly use both as a currency and investment within a long period.

Oh sorry should have clarified but used as a currency. Not just invested in and it sits or is traded. But used for day to day transactions
72  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: What will be the most commonly USED crypto currency in the future? on: April 14, 2021, 07:24:35 PM
I think the best chance has Cardano. With Africa deal they will already become one of most used crypto currency. With that project going on in next couple of years they have a good chance to be most used crypto.


Hmm... Yes, IF they can get the Africa deal, they might very well be. But that seems many many years away but if it happens. I think Cardano might be it. Then Doge, and the others. I really see Doge being up there.
73  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: What will be the most commonly USED crypto currency in the future? on: April 14, 2021, 07:23:32 PM
What will be the most commonly USED crypto currency in the future?

Any reason why you did not mentioned Monero, GRIN or Doge?  All of them have secured network by emission and can keep transaction fees low. That is not the case with coins you mentioned.

I added Dogecoin as the first. Monero, unfortunately because it's much harder for people in the USA to obtain it. Other nations may follow suit.

I haven't heard of Grin
74  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / What will be the most commonly USED crypto currency in the future? on: April 14, 2021, 06:17:05 PM
I think Bitcoin will be held like gold. Maybe even Ether as well.

But I'm personally thinking maybe dogecoin, maybe.... XLM and XRP, as well as Bitcoin cash, Dash, maybe lite coin. Of course USDT type.

I think many people, when the masses start using it more frequently. Will stick to older common coins that can be found at any crypto ATM and have the lowest fees and fastest transaction time.

Anyone disagree or have anything to add?

75  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Is Vechain overextended or just getting started? on: April 14, 2021, 05:58:03 PM
I'm thinking of making this my number one alt-coin, even to surpass eth. But, the charts showing it shoot up, looks like we'll have a big correction but I thought that a week ish ago and we had really really minor dips. I'm wondering if its gonna be another bitcoin/eth where it shoots up. I'm waiting for a dip that doesn't seem to come. Idk. I think we have a good bit of simmer till maybe fall for alt coins to shine so I'm guessing now is still a good time to get more in? I just feel like a dip is coming. But feelings are often wrong. So what do you guys think?

Also, any hope of it going to 14 dollars a coin within the next 5 to 10 years? I saw some youtube vids talking about how it might do that.
76  Economy / Exchanges / Re: What is the cheapest way to buy bitcoin? on: April 14, 2021, 02:16:46 AM
I'm gonna try coinbase. or coinbase pro?

My first bitcoin I got from an ATM for anoninimity. Now, I'm gonna just use a bitcoin mixer now that I know about it.
77  Economy / Exchanges / Re: What is the cheapest way to buy bitcoin? on: April 14, 2021, 02:12:46 AM
Aside from Binance USA that others mostly suggest, you can check if there's a local Bitcoin ATM around your area. Instructions including all associated fees should be stated there as you operate it.
No, I won't, I won't suggest buying Bitcoin on an ATM machine, they had terrible fees.  

Man. The first bitcoin because I was desperate to get in months back. I bought bitcoin when it was only 40 something thousand dollars. You know how much the bitcoin ATM charged me? I bought it at its price of 58 or 59K

I just recently broke even on it. I really thought I was FOMO-ing in and it was gonna dump. I was kinda prepared for that but was just desperate to get just some for the sake of saying I had some because at the time I didn't want to do KYC verification and couldn't figure out how to do it online from home. But never again. I bet they're probably charging 80k for bitcoin now. Probably a reason I never ever saw literally anyone ever buy from that thing except for me of course. Oof.

Luckily later I found one that only charged a bit less and got some more on that one. But yeah. I'm thinking I need to get into peer to peer. As risky as that sounds. Anyone want to buy some say... walmart gift cards for bitcoin? lmao
78  Economy / Exchanges / Re: How come some KYC exchanges ask for more info than others? on: April 13, 2021, 05:27:11 PM
Why do some go above and beyond what is even actually required?

Also, which ones ask for the least amount of KYC?

Can you name what exchanges are those? As far as I know, the only and normal way of requirements that we should submit on KYC is an ID that they want and a live selfie where you follow what the app asks like looking up or down. If it goes beyond that I would hesitate to complete the KYC on that exchange. There is this exchange where its KYC verification is very hassle. Except for the ID and selfie, they also want a picture of you holding the ID you submitted and a piece of paper that shows the name of their exchange and the current date. I did not complete it even if I have some bitcoin stuck there which amounts to $1000 now. Based on the experience of some users that attempted to complete it, submitting those doesn't guarantee you to be verified. They would ask for more documents which seem very suspicious.

I made an account on webull and they didn't even ask for a selfie. Where as coinbase wanted a full video of me holding an ID. Screw that. They're going above and beyond the legal requirement. Any company that does that doesn't have your best interest at heart.
79  Economy / Exchanges / What is the cheapest way to buy bitcoin? on: April 13, 2021, 05:23:18 PM
If you live in the USA and cant buy it on binance.


(Binance totally locked up my account for some reason and wont get back with me, which is whatever because I didn't have any crypto on it anyways... and I guess they think I'm trying to do something against their rules as they wont let me create another account)
80  Other / Politics & Society / Re: TWO PARTY SYSTEM; The Best? on: April 13, 2021, 04:22:26 PM
The worst as implemented in the USA
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