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1  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin,the bedrock of investors. on: Today at 04:21:53 AM
Bitcoin has had so many positive impact on people's life especially investors to the extend that they can't do without it,( investing in it.)So many people today who started from the scratch,investing,have found their way in life,and till tomorrow,they will continue to give an encomium on Bitcoin.
that if you look at it from a positive perspective, you don't see it from a negative perspective, for me personally investing is a pressure, profit, loss and decision.
you can't average everyone's luck in investing, even in bitcoin.
bitcoin is indeed the most recommended for investors, but still, in investing, where there are those who profit, there are also those who lose.
and that is very real, in investing.
2  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin Adoption Will Increase 50% above Its current level in the coming Year on: Today at 04:13:03 AM
The Rate of bitcoin adoption will increase 50% above it present percentage in the coming year, I know from second quarter of 2023 there will be an increase in demand for information technology, and a lot of software developers will be working from home and in other to make online payment seamlessly easy Bitcoin will be the ultimate solution for internet settlement since Bitcoin is trance border currency and also the internet mo et without restriction.
people's understanding at this time has begun to open little by little about cryptocurrency / bitcoin.
surely it can be predicted that in the coming year there will be a fairly significant increase in the adoption of bitcoin or other crypto.
with increasingly sophisticated technology, it becomes a buffer or a supporter for the advancement of bitcoin.
but the increase will not reach 50%, maybe in the range of 30-35%,
because with past events, surely it will also affect bitcoin.
3  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Would Bitcoin survive the apocalyse? on: November 28, 2022, 03:17:29 AM
The world is only getting crazier.

Hyperinflation, wars, supply chain issues, shortages

I know a decent percentage of the network runs on renewable energy, there's the blockstream satellite, keys are offline etc

How bad would it have to get to stop the chain & would that kill Bitcoin?

Personally I'm not worried, because if it gets that bad, money probably won't matter. Food, water & shelter will be more valuable.

I often speculate. I not a gloom & doomer - just a realist.

Interest to hear thoughts.
in an era like this one has to filter a lot of things, especially about slanted news in the media.
the news in the media likes to be exaggerated, bitcoin will collapse, bitcoin is on the verge of collapse.
Don't believe things like that too quickly, because many people want to get rid of bitcoin/crypto, so we have to be able to better filter the news that is spread in the media.
4  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: FTX drama stressing people for no reason | How to stay neutral on: November 28, 2022, 03:10:38 AM
Recently I have been seeing a lot of people who are key crypto players for the past few years, backing away from cryptocurrency & mining. I have a few bitcoins, but I have never trusted any exchange. I have bought BTC from people only and currently, it is in my own hands [technically speaking]. I get the whole FTX issue, but if you really are into Bitcoin & crypto, then why haven't you kept your exchange wallets in check? I personally almost never used exchanges. P2P is what bitcoin is really about.
one mistake can ruin everything, that's the fact now.
from FTX errors creeping up on all crypto.
investors who experience losses at FTX will definitely be traumatized by something like this, especially those with big losses.
it's not just the losers, there must be a lot of people who are afraid to invest in crypto again, because at this time a lot on social media news media, and in the entertainment media, which fry opinions about this mess, and even worse it relates to all crypto, for sure it will impact the investors.
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6  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: A reminder about the media on: November 24, 2022, 09:08:49 AM
This is already proven even before. Media is one of the big players in the market, especially in cryptocurrency, these media platforms are always there trying to manipulate the minds of every people, especially these new people who are coming into the cryptocurrency market.
Also before there are a lot of rumors that whales, the big companies are connected with big media platforms to manipulate the market. So always verify.
now every time I open my browser I will find news saying that bitcoin will become extinct, but after I read the article, it's just the market going down as usual, and a normal cycle.
Beginners will definitely easily believe in news like that, because the news can scare investors, especially beginners.
7  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: A reminder about the media on: November 24, 2022, 09:02:04 AM
I'd like to remind those of you who feel wear down by the  market and the media headlines make them feel even worse.
You wake up, check the news and get served a bunch of FUD about bitcoin. Then you go to youtube and get another dose because most bitcoiners there turned into bearish haters.
Here's a quick reminder that they're wrong every time and always follow the trend.
As true bitcoiners, we have to see this situation from many perspectives, don't just blame bitcoin and get sidetracked by skewed news.
maybe people like that are beginners, because if not beginners, it can't be like that.
An investor who doesn't value when the market goes down, he certainly won't get the market going up either.
8  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Don't worry, bitcoin is cyclical on: November 23, 2022, 12:08:37 PM
Of course panic always haunts, especially among beginners who have just entered the world of crypto/bitcoin.
it's a natural thing among beginners, because many beginners start investing using borrowed money or hot money.
but for beginners it is true that this is the right time to invest, don't come when you go up and go when you go down.
9  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Why are some government scared of Bitcoin? on: November 23, 2022, 11:59:46 AM

Making Bitcoin a legal tender means when a person goes to purchase a commodity, instead of paying with dollar or whatever currency is being used, they pay with BTC.

Given the unstable nature of cryptocurrencies, and the untraceable nature, would you suggest it wise for countries to adopt Bitcoin as a legal tender?

Recently, El Salvador and Central African Republic announced that they have adopted Bitcoin as a legal tender.
of course because the government respects currencies that have existed for a long time, because indeed the struggles of each country before independence were dark, so it's only natural for the government to make currency, and when someone replaces the currency there must be a lot of pros and cons that will occur.

in essence many governments retain their currencies from governments that have existed for a long time.
10  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: All the Alt Coins ar going to wiped out but bitcoin will resurect from the dead on: November 22, 2022, 03:40:37 AM
If Bitcoin price fall down further then all the Altcoins will be dying soon. Bitcoin will resurect and finally the day of justice will come secretly.

If all the altcoin die up then who will resurect all those illegitimate altcoins ?

My first commandment was, " thou shall not fork Bitcoin". All those forked coins must die up.


it's not as easy as you explain, altcoins also have a strong foundation, many big investors are involved in the progress of altcoins.
if bitcoin goes down and altcoins go down, surely when bitcoin goes up altcoins will definitely go up too, because that's a cycle that has become a habit.
11  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Will Crypto survive? on: November 22, 2022, 03:33:14 AM
Recent events are valuable lessons for the crypto world, with these incidents everyone is more alert and careful.
according to my personal view, crypto / bitcoin will continue to survive for a long time.
although it cannot be denied that there are many opinions that vilify crypto, but crypto will not collapse that easily, with the support of the community and investors, surely crypto will continue to grow.
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: How important is fiat to Bitcoin? on: November 21, 2022, 06:58:54 AM
Lately, I've seen so many bitcoin holders speak so badly of fiat and how much they wouldn't want to associate themselves with fiat usage if possible, but I took some time to make a little research and from my research, I do observed that Bitcoin usage wouldn't be an easy one without fiat not even in countries where Bitcoin is legalized and my question is,
can Bitcoin be easily used and spent without Fiat?
My answer is No

What's your opinion?
Let's discuss
Fiat money and bitcoin are supposed to coexist, because they have the same uses, even though they have differences, but they don't have to insult each other.
people who vilify fiat money forget that in their daily life they still use fiat money.
indeed fiat money has its drawbacks, but it is not natural that it must be abolished, because fiat money has been around for many centuries, on this earth.

and bitcoin is present as a complement, this is where bitcoin is used, the deficiencies that exist in fiat money, are covered by the existence of bitcoin.

In conclusion, don't insult an item or object that has helped you and you use it.
13  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Still think bitcoin is coming to an end? Then you must read this <3 on: November 21, 2022, 06:48:41 AM
Bitcoin adoption is always on my mind, if only the country where I live adopts Bitcoin.
but apparently it's not that easy, instilling something new in people is not easy.
there are always pros and cons, there are always disagreements.

especially now, many media reports that bitcoin and other crypto will become extinct, it becomes a great pressure and influence on bitcoin.

with a long struggle, bitcoin will not become extinct that easily.
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15  Other / Off-topic / Re: What is the last movie you watched? on: November 14, 2022, 06:36:51 AM
Hi everyone!
The last movie i watched is 6 underground . Actually the movie is masterpiece, it's about 6 person fake their deaths to get the freedom they want.   2 hours and 8 minutes long full of adrenaline action top scene stunning cinematography you will not feel that the film is long while watching it, loved every minute of the movie honestly one of best movies that i watched. Cool

do not forget to share with us your your opinion about the last movie you watched!
the last western movie i watched was avengers end game.
16  Economy / Economics / Re: Will Hong Kong consider Bitcoin? on: November 14, 2022, 06:34:38 AM
On the occasion that took place in 2019 in Hong Kong where it's inhabitants took to the streets to speak against the aggressive and excessive control exercised over them by China, citizens feel they are being robbed of their rights on being a sovereign nation and this action has been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic and it's resultant attempts to curb it's spread by the Chinese government who imposes stringent measures as support from the West were not forthcoming..

As a result of these actions by China, Hong Kong seem to struggle with their economy and this matter is made worse as their currency looks to be tied to that of the dollar.
 The Hong Kong Monetary Authority are striving to keep their currency to trade at HK 7.75 or at most HK 7.85 to the dollar. But at the rate the dollar interest rate is increasing, it's hard for the Hong Kong currency to keep up.
 Will there be a possibility of Hong Kong seeking to adopt Bitcoin as a legal tender since they seem to be a Bitcoin friendly state and it's acceptance can help reduce the Chinese government's dominance on them. What's your take on this? https://bitcoinmagazine.com/culture/bitcoin-can-free-hong-kong-from-china
apparently not for the time being, because Hong Kong is under Chinese rule, and China is very much against crypto money.
so the possibility of adopting crypto/bitcoin for now seems not.
17  Economy / Economics / Re: Crypto Currency should be Integrated into School Curriculum on: November 14, 2022, 06:27:05 AM
After reading so many theories, Analysis and the powers of crypto currency in a nation's economy, the greater impact it will bring to developed and fast developing countries. I began to wonder why is crypto currency not accepted in some area's and organization of the world, can we characterized this as lack of information, and awareness to the people. If this be the case, Can we find a way to adopted Crypto Currency as a Subject and integrate it into our school curriculum, or better still as topic and integrate it into Economy's. This has been on my mind, And I honestly need your contribution and your thoughts towards this. I honestly think crypto currency, BTC and ETH for example. Should be adopted globally and accepted by everyone. Thanks
do you mean elementary school or college?

I think that college is indeed possible and I also strongly recommend it, because college students must have mature and stable thoughts.

but if it's elementary school, that's not possible, because children will definitely be confused about getting crypto-heavy subject matter, even adults sometimes are still confused a lot, and if forced to feel sorry for their children,
but it doesn't hurt,
but I do not agree if applied in elementary schools.
18  Other / Off-topic / Re: Time management on: November 14, 2022, 06:17:22 AM

5. End procrastination: With procrastination, you’re never going to get anything done. You would keep pushing things to do at a later date until they pile up and become a huge problem later on.
procrastination is a hard thing for me to get rid of,
especially in the morning, it feels very lazy, even though if you think about it that morning is still fresh, but for some reason it feels so lazy.

maybe someone wants to give input or suggestions, to overcome the problem of procrastinating work.
19  Economy / Economics / Re: How much longer until paper money is no longer in circulation? on: November 14, 2022, 06:10:57 AM
There are talks among the world's major central banks to begin the creation of their own digital currencies (Central Bank Digital Currencies for that matter). The launch of Bitcoin, and the widespread popularity of "De-Fi", has led governments to act fast before they're left behind the game. They know they can't beat Bitcoin, so they will try to be in-par with it by launching digital currencies of their own. The average person won't notice any difference with the new digital cash system, as everything would be the same as using a credit/debit card.

I'm beginning to question whenever CBDCs will be able to replace paper money for good, or will it co-exist with the old system? After all, credit/debit cards didn't manage to replace paper money when they launched. For being in the 21st century, I'd say paper money should be phased out as soon as possible. Everything should turn digital, as we live in a digital society.

How long do you think it will take for paper money to be phased out for good? Will CBDCs be able to replace not only paper money but also credit/debit cards? Your input will be greatly appreciated. Thank you. Smiley
it will take a very long time to abolish paper money, many factors hinder, one of which,

- among less tech-savvy parents

this aspect will definitely hinder, because there are still many parents who still don't understand technology, don't even want to use it, surely this will become an obstacle and debate.

- requires a stable internet connection

in developing countries it is not like developed countries, with the speed and stability of very good internet connections, surely this aspect will be a complaint, especially in countries where internet connections are not evenly distributed.
20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: I want sell my house for bitcoin on: November 14, 2022, 04:24:53 AM
Do you think it's good that I sold the house then I buy bitcoin with all the money?
because in my own calculations, my house value didn't increase in date year by year. the value is still stagnan, it's different when compare it with bitcoin, I will got 3 house when I sold my house then buy bitcoin with that money in 2018 and sold it again on ATH november 2021.

(I have 2 house, which I want sell it is abandoned house)
don't be too passionate, don't be reckless, you have to think about your family.
because investing is very risky, even though it's in bitcoin.
you have to remember the consequences, in my opinion it's too risky, it's better to invest 25% and the rest you buy a new house.

it's just my opinion,
because I also invest in bitcoin, and I know the quality of bitcoin, but I don't act rashly, and continue to be careful.
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