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1  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Looking to invest in your Crypto Project on: May 26, 2021, 10:54:54 PM
He's definitely abandoned the thread because he hasn't logged in after starting it.

Maybe because he just want to read how people will react towards his post and for me OP seems quite trolling here since after many replies gotten by this thread he didn't even bother to write a message again and discuss what people recommend to him.

Maybe we should let this thread sink since OP already abandone this thread.
2  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Looking to invest in your Crypto Project on: May 23, 2021, 09:28:33 PM
I'm surprised at the number of replies. Why did he start a thread about investing when he's not even serious about it?

It doesn't look nice when he's opened his forum account 5 days ago, created this thread immediately then not logged in. It's a Newbie account that's not even serious about investing, he's wasting our time.

Definitely looks that way. Oh well. What should we expect from a random post on an internet board where everyone is interested in making money Smiley)
3  Economy / Economics / Re: Exodus Wallet Public Offering on: May 22, 2021, 11:20:59 PM
It's on their website they've raised the full $75 million, they sold all their public offering. I don't see the attraction why investors gave $75 million to Exodus Movement Inc, it isn't worth $hundreds of millions. Are wallet provider public offerings going to be the next big thing?
4  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Looking to invest in your Crypto Project on: May 22, 2021, 11:04:44 PM
It doesn't look nice when he's opened his forum account 5 days ago, created this thread immediately then not logged in. It's a Newbie account that's not even serious about investing, he's wasting our time.
5  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: What happens to a deceased account? on: May 21, 2021, 09:26:29 AM
Bitcointalk forum doesn't have account nominations, there isn't a need. It's not right to ruin legacies by allowing others to post in accounts of the deceased.

I am curious to know what happens to a deceased account.
Does this platform have any way that a user will nominate who succeeds him in the eventuality of death?
If a Legendary dies with 8000 merits, do his legendary status and merits die with him?

There should be a way to maintain someone's legacy.
If not maintain, atleast transfer.
In companies shares are transferable and bequitable, can that work here.
I came to this consciousness when aiming at the longevity of this great forum
6  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Looking to invest in your Crypto Project on: May 20, 2021, 07:13:54 PM
You haven't mentioned anything about you but you're asking people to give their ideas to you. Tell me who are you, what's your background? Why didn't you post a signed message so we know how much cryptocurrency you've got?

You're saying you're looking for serious people but you can't be taken seriously, you're a 2 month old Newbie account and it's your first post. You should prove you're very serious and you're not wasting time so sign a message let us see your *big amount*

I am looking to invest big amount of money to a crypto project.(Any ideas)
If you have any project, that is worth discussing, we will talk.
Working with serious people only. If you have 10$ on your bank account, and have "SUPER MEGA CRYPTO PROJECT", please do not contact me.

7  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Looking for founding members for a more anonymous bitcoin. on: May 20, 2021, 06:25:14 PM
It's good to review contributions for Bitcoin. If you're basing it around privacy it's not a priority because of existing options. You've got a team with founding members so I'm going to keep a watch on the thread. Good luck.

I know - you've clicked just to read another stupid, inspiration lacking boomer idea of the 1938th Bitcoin Fork - but this isn't that.

The goal is not to create a bitcoin fork, the goal is to make the current bitcoin eco system anonymous again.
When I joined the Bitcoin community many years ago, it was different. There werent 400 chain-analysis companies and KYC was still not something needed at every exchange when you wanted to exchange $5.

That is where this project comes in. I've created a flow chart to demonstrate what I have in mind.

The founding team includes 2 very competent programmers and me - who will finance everything that is needed.

You are ideally someone who can contribute on the technical side or consult us in general terms how to build this product and make sure it is useable for the whole community without any risk for each participant.

Looking forward to the feedback in this thread - and in private when you want to participate.


8  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Looking for co-founders! on: May 14, 2021, 11:15:07 PM
How's the development going and your search for co-founders?

I like something like this, but wish it's some sort of decentralized escrow based on advanced smart-contract system.
If it's centralized, you will probably have go through alot of legal processes to keep things safe and secure for you and your customers...
Is the escrow non-custodial? And can you handle being an arbiter in times of disagreements between peers?

I am working on developing an easy to use 2-3 multi-sig with the platform, hoping to make the platform simple and easy to use.
I would love to develop a decentralized escrow service, but i heard that it cannot be done with smart contracts, and i do not really get the idea of using smart contract in an escrow platform (I do apologize for my lack of knowledge).
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: ETH and BSC on: May 14, 2021, 10:59:01 PM
It's credit to BSC for doing well since it was created but ETH isn't going to be beaten by it any time soon.

It is definitely worth investing in both projects. If only because the BNB showed growth that no one expected from the coin. And who knows what other trump cards are hidden in the sleeves of the Binance management.
Diversification should be at the forefront. Given the growing competitive tensions, both projects can generate excellent profits, as their struggle seems to be just beginning.
I think this is a little different because ETH has already developed and has also made very good progress beforehand, in contrast to BNB which has just been trending in the last one year even though its age in the crypto space has also been quite a long time.
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: At $7.5 Dogecoin will be more valuable than BTC on: May 10, 2021, 09:36:17 AM
$7.50 isn't going to be achieved soon. It's record high is $0.73 so it'll never catch Bitcoin.

11  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Mixers under the threat? on: April 30, 2021, 08:52:44 PM
Your way of using exchanges is good but exchanges reserve the right to ask for identification documents, mixers don't ask. I've heard about mixers that scammed so it's all about doing proper research to find trustworthy exchanges or mixers. If more mixer owners are arrested on suspicion of criminal activities it's going to get very interesting.

Your method for an alternative to using mixers is good but it'll break if exchanges freeze the account and ask for identification documents. I've never used mixers before but if I'd prefer using your approach with desktop Electrum wallets for ease in withdrawal if I had to do it.

And a mixer can run & scam at any time too, this way if you do your own research you can find some *somewhat* trustworthy exchanges.
Not saying you are going to not get burnt at some point in time.

12  Economy / Economics / Re: Exodus Wallet Public Offering on: April 29, 2021, 06:58:33 PM

It's fishy and it's sketchy rolled together. They've used words like Public Offering so it's not Initial Public Offering. If they've already raised 98% of what they're looking for they've got $73.5m but if they're making a big issue about $1.5m they're sounding desperate.

Exodus hasn't got a great reputation, it isn't open source but when investors hear buzz words like Bitcoin and cryptocurrency they're tempted to invest immediately. This token sale doesn't make me want to invest but I'm also watching like you to see what comes of it. Thanks.

This is from the announcement:

What Happened: According to an announcement shared with Benzinga, Exodus started offering to its customers a way to buy the tokenized shares through a “mini-IPO” under Reg A+ directly within the wallet software.

Regulation A+ allows the public to invest in private companies whose stocks are not traded on a public stock exchange.

So this isn't exactly a true IPO.  In fact, although I don't know what the hell it actually is, it sounds extremely sketchy to me.  And as far as what they're planning on using that money for, or who the investors are so far....I don't know that either, but Exodus is a crappy wallet last I checked and I'm pretty sure the money being raised isn't to upgrade it.

I'm not sure what to believe when an announcement like this is made on crypto news sites rather than mainstream ones.  Thanks for noticing this, OP, and for posting about it--I certainly wouldn't have found out about this any other way.  Should be interesting to see what comes of it.
13  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: The problem is that it could take again many years to recover on: April 29, 2021, 06:20:58 PM
Let's say it takes 4 years of growth to achieve the next huge milestone does it matter? Cryptocurrency value is on the rise and it'll get there soon in a few years. Unlike the OP not investors are going to panic.

Why worry so much? I agree with those who say that the best in this life sometimes has to wait for years. We, the participants of this forum, have some of the best days when the coins we have bought grow in value. There is a time when the market rises, there is a time when it falls - this is the main property that you need to use, and not worry about it, even if you have to wait for good growth for another 4 years.
14  Economy / Economics / Exodus Wallet Public Offering on: April 29, 2021, 03:38:51 PM

I didn't know about this until stumbling on it by accident today. It's showing on their site Exodus Movement Inc Public Offering raised ~98% of the $75 million they're looking to receive but it doesn't show what they're intending to do with the cash.

I'm looking at their public offering not important for furthering development because they've covered huge content so I can't be sure but it's like another way for their team to become wealthy. Is Exodus wallet something that should've had a public offering?
15  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Nexon Purchases $100 Million Worth of Bitcoin on: April 29, 2021, 10:30:48 AM
It's only the right decision if it's bought at the best time because it's price isn't stable.

And it was the right decision. Buying btc is always the right decision.
16  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Mixers under the threat? on: April 29, 2021, 10:24:22 AM
Your method for an alternative to using mixers is good but it'll break if exchanges freeze the account and ask for identification documents. I've never used mixers before but if I had to I'd prefer using your approach with desktop Electrum wallets for ease in withdrawal if I had to do it.

I have posted it before and I'll say it again.
Mixers are for people too lazy to do something themselves.

Do you want to "mix" your bitcoins. Go ahead it's simple, go to this site and they will do it for you.

Want to do it yourself, yes it's more work but it can be done.
1) Find an open public Wi-Fi
2) Register for an anonymous email account
3) Setup an account with an exchange that has fairly liberal KYC
4) Setup another account with another exchange that has fairly liberal KYC
5) Send coins to 1st exchange, exchange to another coin, send to 2nd exchange, exchange back to BTC, withdraw, done.

If the 1st exchange has XMR or another somewhat anonymous cryptonight coin you can do 2 accounts at the same exchange BTC -> cryptonight -> send to local wallet -> send back to 2nd account at exchange -> withdraw.

Never used a mixer or did the above, never saw any reason to, but it's not that difficult.

Side thought, makes you wonder if some of the exchanges that people say have faked volume are just a bunch of bots doing the above. Doubt it, but you never know.

17  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Mixers under the threat? on: April 28, 2021, 01:02:23 PM
Mixer owners aren't responsible for each mix but they've facilitated anonymous mixing and it's possible criminals used it. Governments clamp down against mixers could've started years ago because they're options for criminals to launder money, it's happened with Bitcoin Fog so others could be next.

I honestly wouldn't be surprised if Mixing services get pushed and threatened by authorities. But as for now, it seems that all the issues are in the United States (as far as I know). I really won't really be surprised if mixing services get pushed to the dark web sometime in the future.
18  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Bitcoin Mindset browser extension on: April 28, 2021, 11:26:22 AM
Publishing the code isn't going to hurt your project. You can still move ahead because you'll keep updating your project. I'd say you're better off making it available for inspection so you'll receive top reviews and trust simultaneously.

Thank you guys for valuable feedback, I'll definitely consider and use it for further improvements.

Currently I'am adapting this extension also for Firefox & Tor browsers (thank you for the tip). There are some incompatibilities with manifest file and appropriate code, but I think I can solve this soon. Also, you're right with styling the extension, I'll do something with it.

That is great point about publishing the code, I was also considering this, but I'am not sure if it is good idea at this moment. I think, that in this early stage I need to be ahead of someone who just copy the code, but I'll consider it later. It seems that Google Web Store has no straight way to place signature of the extension, but maybe there is a way... I'll do some more investigations how to solve this sensitive stuff later so as it is connected with publishing the code - at least the code is already accessible directly through inspecting the extension, but is minimized at this moment so it's quite useless. However, I understand that there is big emphasis on the trust, privacy and security so I will keep this in my mind.

Conversion rates data are being fetched from CoinGecko and cached on my backend. From there data is fetched by the extension. All the user configuration is stored on local storage. No data is sending out from the extension, except of the data from feedback form, but I think I can remove this form, because there is a way to contact me through the Google Web Store. All the network traffic is also available by inspecting the extension, which itself is not a proof, but with this the extension can gather some extra trust points :-)

If you have some other considerations, I'd be happy to be inspired by reading it. Thank you very much
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: ETH and BSC on: April 26, 2021, 11:53:56 AM
It's difficult to see any competitors take space away from BSC and ETH, they won't be able to make inroads soon because they're too big. It'll be good for competition when others force their way in to equation until that happens they'll carry on trying to outperform each other.

BSC is centralised but it's compatible with ETH tokens, it's got advantages being easier for Binance users view Launchpad for buying IEO tokens. This fight isn't over it's a long fight between BSC and ETH.
I am also not saying that this battle is over, and when a centralized BSC is compatible with ETH tokens, then it can be concluded that the BSC founders and ETH founders are in fact very good friends to gain mutual benefits.
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: ETH and BSC on: April 25, 2021, 04:16:58 PM
You've said BSC is growing and there's no guarantee ETH gas will fall so it's a good time for BSC. It's taking more market share way from ETH and it's good we've got choices. What's going to happen to BSC when ETH comes back to full strength?

We cannot ensure that the Etherium Fee Price will return to normal as before. but still BSC is growing day by day and more and more people are using BSC and forgetting about ETH. Although not all of them. It's not easy to suddenly abandon something if it has found the best. even though the ETH Fee Price has decreased I think the BSC will still be used and survive
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