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21  Other / Off-topic / Re: Twitter Account on: June 12, 2021, 03:55:37 AM
If your Twitter account is new it's going to take some time for you to build it up. Best thing you can do is what you're doing now - post regularly and utilize hashtags. Use sites like FollowLike & AddMeFast or Facebook groups to get new followers/likes/retweets. This will at least give your posts a bit of a boost which might bring in more organic followers and retweets. You can also try visiting profiles that are relevant to your niche, following a bunch of people (maybe 50-100), waiting a couple of days, and then unfollowing those who don't follow you back (and then keep repeating this process).. Keep pushing yourself and just know that while your account is new, it's going to take some time for you to build it up.
22  Other / Off-topic / Re: Youtube views on: June 12, 2021, 03:48:45 AM
If you want organic views and subscribers it's going to come down to quality content. You can use websites like AddMeFast/FollowLike or Facebook groups to get views and subscribers, but they won't be organic and might hurt your average watch time. Create and publish videos on a regular basis and if they're of good quality, the views/like/subscribers will come. It also won't hurt to have lots of relevant tags and a nice long title/description. Use the Chrome Extension VidIQ to better optimize your videos!
23  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Which BSC project is best for 2021? on: June 12, 2021, 03:38:48 AM
Tons of different BSC projects out there which I think have potential. Obviously, as many have already mentioned, Pancakeswap has lots of potential. One project I personally like is Next Moon, but I also think 1inch, Venus and SafePal could do well this year.
24  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Miami, the capital of the world of digital currencies? on: June 12, 2021, 03:27:40 AM
It doesn't surprise me to see the US with over 1000 bitcoin atms..But, seeing Miami being so progressive towards it does. I would think San Francisco/Silicon Valley or New York City would be in the top spot as they're larger or more "technically savvy." Florida has a republican governor which makes it even more surprising to see Miami doing all of that. It's great, though! I'd love to start seeing other cities allow you to pay taxes with crypto.
25  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Now is the best time to invest in Bitcoin on: June 12, 2021, 03:23:54 AM
I also think right now is a good time to pickup BTC. With recent news about El Salvidor, I think we could soon see some other countries start considering BTC as legal tender. Gonna take a bit, but I'm still confident we're going to see it reach the $100k mark.
26  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Re: Lost 17k on CEX.IO on: May 31, 2021, 06:31:40 AM
Glad to see CEX found this thread and is looking into it. Really sorry to hear the OP lost such a large amount of funds and I really hope this gets resolved. What's gotta be most frustrating is that you did it before and everything went through just fine. Hard to beat yourself up over not sending a smaller "test" amount first when you've done this before and had no issues. I kind of agree with what another poster (teosanru) mentioned in this thread, if the token makes an upgrade it should be both the responsibility of token and exchange that everything gets updated. Keep us posted!
27  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: where you when bitcoin, ethereum, BNB and other altcoins reach ATH on: May 31, 2021, 06:15:31 AM
Honestly, I wish I had sold some of my ETH when it reached the all time high. I could've quickly picked up a lot more at a discount.. Now that the market is down and that opportunity was missed, I'm just trying to add more here and there when I've got some spare money. I'm not too upset about it, though. I've always tried to look at crypto as more of a long-term hold and just because one opportunity was missed doesn't mean there won't be more down the line. I still think BTC and ETH will reach new highs eventually.
28  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Many large crypto mining operators are moving out of China on: May 31, 2021, 06:00:26 AM
In my opinion, many of the big mining facilities in China will probably just leave and move them to another country. It's way too profitable for them to just think "ok, well I guess we're done with that.".. There are other countries which they'll be able to setup shop in and the mining will continue. However, who knows what Musk "talked to North American miners" about specifically, and with proof-of-stake coming to Ethereum soon, we could see that start to become more popular as well..
29  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: BNB price on: May 20, 2021, 12:27:23 AM
I've been bullish on BNB for a while now, but this recent plunge has been a drag. Still, I think it creates a great time to pickup more and I will when I get some extra money. BNB isn't going anywhere in my opinion, and I do believe it's eventually going to reach the $1k mark. We were over halfway there until this week!
30  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Should you buy bitcoin right now? on: May 20, 2021, 12:23:40 AM
The one thing to keep in mind about Bitcoin is that there is only a limited amount of it, unlike some other coins. Because of that, I don't think it's ever a bad time to buy BTC. Will you make money in the short term? not always..But if you're thinking long term then I think anytime is a good time to buy. Prices have been dropping today and right now actually seems like a great time to buy in my opinion..
31  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Re: A question about the Trust Wallet. on: May 13, 2021, 06:31:20 AM
This is from the Trust Wallet website:

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If there is nothing showing on the wallet, here are the probable causes:
1. This is a completely different wallet, make sure you are opening the correct one.
2. You have restored the wrong recovery phrases. Every recovery phrase has its own unique Multi-Coin wallet addresses. You need to find the correct set of words to recover your wallet. We do not have a record of these recovery phrases.
3. Your wallet has been compromised. Someone has gained access to your recovery phrases and stolen your funds. There is nothing we can do at this point.

Some things you can try..
1. Check Your Internet Connection and VPN Usage
2. Reimport your Wallet
3. Test Another Device
4. Submit a Ticket With Trust Wallet.
32  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Re: Huge Selfdrop List for Free BSC Tokens on: May 02, 2021, 10:24:14 PM
@cryptoperkele - You do not need to hold BNB in your wallet to be eligible. But, obviously you will need to have BNB in there to cover the tx fees. Some selfdrops offer a certain amount for sending 0 BNB, but may offer more for sending some BNB (for example, 10,000 tokens for sending 0 BNB and 50,000 tokens for sending 0.01 BNB). Not all of them listed offer this and I didn't pay much attention to which ones did and which ones didn't. As far as I know, nothing will prevent you from using several wallets to claim, aside from having the funds to cover the tx fees.

@MFahad - Nobody is just going to give you 10,000 tokens when the token is worth $1. I've found most selfdrops (and airdrops too) occur when the tokens are new or still have little value. Which would make sense. You should probably figure many of these tokens are still in their early stages, which is exactly why you're basically getting them for free right now. Some may be tradable on PancakeSwap and other exchanges, some might not at the moment. Some might currenty have a running ICO or something and others may not. Find one you might be interested in and do your own research.

@MishaSER - Relevant to what?

@Talentless - You pretty much got it. Once again, nobody is going to be giving out a bunch of tokens once they have good value and volume, lol.. That basically goes against the purpose of airdrops and selfdrops. You can't beat free, so do your own research and grab a token if it's something you like.
33  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Re: Huge Selfdrop List for Free BSC Tokens on: May 01, 2021, 09:01:43 AM
Want to get some more BSC tokens? Here are a few others I just claimed. Once again, just send 0 BNB to the contract (I use Trust Wallet) and they'll get sent instantly. Remember to check my recommendations in the first post about how to know if an airdrop is still going..

Name: MilStar Finance
Symbol: MSF
Amount: 100,000
Decimals: 9
Contract: 0x30709584ca64fa5990ed3a7ee73958517d5d1723
https://bscscan.com/address/0x30709584ca64fa5990ed3a7ee73958517d5d1723

Name: Safetoken Finance
Symbol: SAFETOKEN
Amount: 200,000
Decimals: 8
Contract: 0x4763a2efc31041cd1d51c06c95c91e532cbacf8f
https://bscscan.com/token/0x4763a2efc31041cd1d51c06c95c91e532cbacf8f

Name: ODADING
Symbol: ODD
Amount: 749.100501
Decimals: 18
Contract: 0xCb0fC1225c6EA4E13F577B23374982039a2b9640
https://bscscan.com/token/0xCb0fC1225c6EA4E13F577B23374982039a2b9640
34  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Re: Huge Selfdrop List for Free BSC Tokens on: April 28, 2021, 05:31:10 PM
Here are a few more for anyone who wants them..

Name: MallsBase Protocol
Symbol: BASE
Decimals: 8
Amount: 10
Contract: 0x8d4c718dcf45e910c07eab9276dd219c57523cee
https://bscscan.com/token/0x8d4c718dcf45e910c07eab9276dd219c57523cee

Name: Flour For Pie
Symbol: FFPie
Decimals: 18
Amount: 951.866726
Contract: 0x824cb25d1dfd54b9d3d7215a4e7bd199d22726d8
https://bscscan.com/token/0x824cb25d1dfd54b9d3d7215a4e7bd199d22726d8

Name: Iron Finance
Symbol: IRON
Decimals: 9
Amount: 100,000
Contract: 0x235c888b32ed2518fef0c897fe89cd49fca29531
https://bscscan.com/token/0x235c888b32ed2518fef0c897fe89cd49fca29531
35  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Re: Huge Selfdrop List for Free BSC Tokens on: April 25, 2021, 08:52:46 AM
where did you found all these tokens? and it will be good if you include all the website from each token so it will be more credible than without it

@fcmatt - These were found several different ways, but most were from Twitter. I also found a few on Facebook and some blogs around the web. I'm not sure which ones currently have websites and which ones don't. Since some are re-tweets from Twitter and some are just listed on personal blogs, if the website isn't included it can be difficult for me to find the exact website associated with the token.
36  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Tokens (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Good Luck Token - Your Digital Lucky Charm on: April 25, 2021, 08:47:52 AM
Thanks @Kazkar. I wish you the best of luck with all of your future endeavors as well!  Smiley

@mandor - Thanks for your post! I decided to initially price the tokens at $0.10 USD/each. This is what they're priced at on the website which is the only place they are obtainable from at the moment. It's higher than others, but this token doesn't use decimals like most others, so people can't own just part of one. They either own an entire token or none. On top of that, there is only one fixed amount which was created and disbursed at the time of creating the token, so there will only ever be 888,888,888 total tokens in supply. There is no mining, burning or minting with this token - when they're gone, they're gone (unless you get them from someone else who holds them).

To reward those who get in earlier, I'm only offering tokens on the website in rounds of 10 million. The first 10 Million will be swapped at $0.10 USD/each, then the price will go up by $0.01 USD for the next 10 Million, and so on. The plan was to do this until all tokens I've reserved for website swaps (37.5% of total tokens, or 333,333,333) are gone. If I manage to get the token listed on an exchange during the process, I would be list it at whatever the current website price is. Depending on the number of holders and such, traders on the exchange could move the price down, but that can happen with any coins. To gain exposure I've been running giveaways, which I will probably stick to as opposed to airdrops because I believe it will help prevent too many people from getting the tokens who would then just dump them.

Sorry for such a long answer to your question, but I hope this kind of explains the route I'm taking. Overall, my target price is $0.10 USD/token. I'm currently running a 50% off coupon which means people can currently get them at $0.05 USD/token. I was planning to run this until enough funds are raised for me to get it listed on at least one initial exchange. Getting it out there to where the token was more tradable (and visible to people) is basically the next step I'm wanting to take.

Seeing that gas prices are still an issue, I do kind of wish I had gone the BSC route instead of ETH. My blockchain programming skills are still improving and I found it easier to learn with example code and find help online for Ethereum. My hope is the Ether 2.0 stuff is going to continue rolling out and get the gas prices back down, which I think might help with getting more contributions and holders. Ethereum is losing tons of money right now to BSC (and more specifically, PancakeSwap), so I'm hopeful they will get that figured out. Personally, I've had to stop using Ether for small swaps because I'm not going to pay $5 in gas to grab $15 or $20 worth of tokens. If Ether gas prices are still this high in a couple of months I'm really going to be smacking myself in the head wishing I had gone the BSC route instead, lol..

I was planning the same schedule/payout for the giveaway no matter how many people entered, although if anything I will up the number of people getting the prize - I won't be changing the end or announcement date, though.

Sorry for such a long response, but I think that covers everything.
37  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Re: Accidentally sent Litecoin to Bitcoin address on: April 24, 2021, 06:59:23 AM
That sucks man  Sad Hopefully their support can help you get it back. Judging by what some of the others are saying in this thread it sounds like you still have a chance.
38  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Tokens (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Good Luck Token - Your Digital Lucky Charm on: April 24, 2021, 04:12:24 AM
Thanks for your replies everyone!

@Rasvicmy - That's correct - Right now tokens can only be purchased through the project website. Ideally, I would like to have the token added to some exchanges (mainly UniSwap since it's seems to be the biggest and most popular). Listing it requires liquidity which is what I was planning to use the contributions for.

@Kazkar - Thanks for taking a look over the whitepaper. Collecting is one thing people can choose to do with the token (holding it, basically). Right now since it isn't listed on exchanges, that's about all that can be done (unless you wanted to send them to someone else manually). Over time, the goal is to have the token be tradable on exchanges as well.

@Orlo4ndex - The idea behind the project was to take something that people have always used in a physical form (good luck coins..good luck charms..etc) and make it available like most other things are these days - in a digital form.

@CaVO32 - As you stated, this is a small project and there isn't the kind of "technology" behind this token that you will find in most other projects. I completely understand the importance you speak of, because that is pretty much correct. Other projects do many different things from a technological standpoint which this definitely does not do. This is not a security of any type. I have tried to lay everything out on both the website and the white paper that this is not an investment. People can contribute to get these tokens and hopefully be able to exchange them in the future if they choose to do so.

@necromastery - At the moment, there isn't much you can do with these tokens aside from holding them or transferring them to someone. Even a year from now, there will not be much more technology done for this token because it will always be a simple token: obtainable through the website (and hopefully some exchanges) and tradable. But, there won't be much else other than that unless I can think of other creative ways for people to use them. Distribution is done instantly when swapped through the website (even right now), but I plan to run 3 giveaways (currently running 1) which will give people some free tokens. Those won't get distributed until the end of the giveaways.

Thanks again for the replies and feedback everyone! As I initially mentioned - this is a small project and there isn't the kind of technology behind it that you would find in most other projects listed on Bitcointalk. Nowhere in my initial thread (or on the white paper/website) do I mention this should be seen as an investment or security. It's just a simple project that aims to take a physical product and make it virtual. As of right now the project is mainly for getting tokens and either holding them or trading them on exchanges (once listed). If anyone has any ideas on other things the token could be used for, please feel free to share them!
39  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Re: Huge Selfdrop List for Free BSC Tokens on: April 24, 2021, 02:11:36 AM
@eagle10 I would agree with Coin_trader that claiming twice might not be possible because these are sent out using smart contracts. I haven't tried and I suppose you could try one or two and pay the gas fee just to see. Then again, just like Coin_trader said, most of these selfdrops/airdrops are coming from new tokens, so they likely aren't worth much right now and it might be hard to determine which ones will be worth something decent in the future. I'm just doing them once and will see how they do over time. If you have two separate BSC wallets you can send from, that might be the best way to get multiples... I'll try to update this list soon with more new ones!
40  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Re: Huge Selfdrop List for Free BSC Tokens on: April 22, 2021, 07:55:07 AM
Thanks for your reply Coin_trader! I can say at the time of writing this (at least inside Trust Wallet) only the first one (Safe Protocol) is showing the logo and a trading price. I've been busy digging them up and getting tokens the past couple of days, so I haven't been able to look into the others to see volume and price (if any).

These are all BSC, but they likely work the same as the ETH ones you speak of. You don't need to send any BNB (just put in 0), but do have to pay the gas fees. Thankfully, right now those are cheap on BSC (like 5-10 GWEI which comes out to around $0.30-$0.40) as compared to ETH (usually a couple of bucks now). These tokens do still drop automatically.

Thanks again for your reply, I'll try to keep it updated!
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