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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Bitgesell - Store of value (Burn rate is 90% of tx fees) on: April 25, 2020, 12:56:24 PM
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2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Chinese Crypto Vs Corona Virus on: January 27, 2020, 01:44:19 PM
The economy of China will only be affected until this virus got solved. But the thing is, it's not a major impact to their economy. The virus isn't just for Chinese people, it can also be spread out with different countries. So precaution is really needed. And the celebration of Chinese New Year got stopped to prevent spreading virus more. However, cryptocurrency doesn't have anything to do with this Corona virus. It won't affect the market big time. And Chinese people won't think of their asset when they're already struggling with their health security.

Actually I assume that the impact of the virus in China will not have an impact on the development of crypto, because this crypto many big players from China have a point too, such as a BTC holder with a large enough number of viruses and he is ill for a long time so he sells his BTC which will effect on the market. But I hope that doesn't happen. Now that crypto is in the fertile season, don't let this good moment be damaged by the effects of this problem in China.
3  Economy / Economics / Re: Centralized exchanges have become the banks of the cryptocurrency world on: January 27, 2020, 01:09:47 PM
regarding the centralization of the bank which is the center of crypto exchange, I don't think that will be possible. Obviously the banking system, although it has adopted a blockchain system, is definitely different from the actual crypto system. If that happens, there will be a massive capitalization and monopoly by one party, and will even trigger a dispute.
Is cryypto created by banking people? the answer is no, in essence crypto is made for fun in technology. That is all
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: RVN good to invest ? on: January 25, 2020, 04:27:36 PM

RVN coins are good for investing in the long run, because judging by the price range that has a difference not far between the bottom and top. Just like doge, for coins like this if investing in small amounts will not feel the profit, but if you spend a decent amount of money, it will feel a big profit. And keep in mind for coins like this, it's not as popular as coins that are in the top market, in other words, the demand is less because the volume and market activity are less aggressive, so you have to prepare how to overcome if this RVN price drops.
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Chinese Crypto Vs Corona Virus on: January 25, 2020, 03:54:36 PM
The outbreak of the virus in China has a close relationship with the Chinese economy, but it will not affect the crypto. It is possible that in China now many economic support facilities have been terminated for reasons of avoiding Corona infections. But will China be able to close the crypto movement? we take a real example, this Binance is Chinese, is binance also covered by this virus?
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: Craig Wrigt = Satoshi? Why only Bitcoin SV? on: January 25, 2020, 02:25:15 PM
What says Craig Wright is the founder of bitcoin satoshi is a joke, which might be said Craig Wright is a satoshi for BSV. BSV is a sensation coin dramatized with beautiful decorations, Craig Wright is known for his superiority in manipulating the altcoin market price. Maybe for some new users or newcomers in the crypto world this is a very interesting thing, especially people who try their fortune with the right capital to gamble with buying BSV. This BSV is likened to drinking ice in the desert, the more we drink ice the more thirsty and there will be no end. But for some experienced traders this is a good moment to take profit in a short timeframe, hit and run. It's just like that, if complacent then the loss will get, and your money can not be returned intact.
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: ICO legalities in 2020? on: January 25, 2020, 02:12:11 PM
There are 2 things in my opinion that can cause the SEC to intervene on all projects in crypto:
- Use of exchange rates using USD / Bank US / US FIAT / paypal
- Areas of ICO organizers located in the USA.
Why did the SEC intervene to intervene in the crypto project from 2017-2018, because that year it was echoing ICO, due to the impact of crypto growth from 2016-2017 which had sweet results, all eyes were on the crypto at that time, so the SEC was also has the ambition to take advantage of it under the pretext of extracting all defects and ulcers that occur in the ICO including scam projects that are used as their strength to intervene. And now there are a lot of regulations that have arisen after the SEC started working in crypto like KYC. If like this crypto is no longer fun, and we already know that if we play with crypto, we are ready with the risks involved, including project scams. What I'm afraid of is that the SEC will start stalking from IEO. If at any time 60% of this IEO ends up a scam, it is very possible the SEC can get back in.
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Are you sure crypto is the future currency? on: January 25, 2020, 01:52:31 PM
if you say as a substitute for a currency that already exists it's still far away. But if it is said to be a digital asset for now and then yes I really agree. Because replacing the real currency with a digital currency such as crypto requires new readiness and order for each country that has organized and organized their economy with existing printed money. Not to mention the global financial exchange, for example, the USD was replaced by BTC, would it not be chaotic in this world
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Is Ethereum set new High in this Year on: January 24, 2020, 02:16:46 PM
this year the ETH is likely to be at the point of saturation, rising or not, not decreasing, the maximum will not be any major change in the ETH. The replacement of the new platform on ETH is also felt to have less impact on ETH prices. Maybe it's because the market demand for ETH is lacking, especially since the rise of IEO which replaced ICO.
If only from 2017 ETH has a special market or a market that really originates from ETH, maybe the story will be different, let us look at the binance with its BNB coins and IEO.
And I think there is still plenty of time for ETH developers and their communities to make a new breakthrough in 2020.
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Re: Where can i buy something with Litecoin? on: January 24, 2020, 02:00:29 PM
Actually this is not a problem, but it is a problem too, when we don't have real money to buy something and we only have crypto assets, what else can we do?
One method that is quite effective is that if you have a lot of LTC, then exchange the LTC to USD which can be withdrawn into your bank account. Now there are many instant exchangers that provide direct and fast exchange facilities. If you exchange it at several large exchangers, it will take a little time. Maybe you have some friends who have business as local exchangers.
Converting is the only way now, or find wallet that are readily available in fiat. We have popular wallet here in our country that can choose in what alt to pay bills and it will convert it automatic upon paying. However, LTC is not include yet in the alts applicable there.

yes that might be one of the disadvantages of LTC itself. It is hard to find a wallet that is compatible with LTC, where there is already a wallet available for direct exchange to USD or fiat features. But if apart from LTC, there are already many mobile wallets available as a direct exchange tool, on average, the walle receives coins, such as BTC, ETH, BNB, Zcash, it is difficult to find a special LTC wallet that can be connected directly to Fiat.
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: Binance price prediction for 2020 on: January 24, 2020, 12:36:31 PM
According to WalletInvestor website, BNB is expected to rise 85% in 2020. The price will reach $24.1 by the end of this year.

TradingBeasts believes binance price will have a slow growth. The price will reach only upto $19.

CryptoGround, however, believes that BNB will decrease down to $6.4202.

Do you agree?

I don't think so, that's a prediction. The important thing to note is that under this binance is a pure coin made by the Chinese. Surely as much as possible they will make BNB into a strong coin, rising and falling prices is normal, let alone BNB, ETH alone is ETH older than BNB and how is the ability of ETH, there is still a tidal time.
China's endorsement of BNB is stronger than what was said, so BNB exchanger as mediator always holds IEO and becomes a pioneer, from here we can see that this BNB is the main terminal for the circulation of funds in and out of the exchanger, and make no mistake BNB has already has its own market, therefore if this BNB experiences a plummeting price as you said could reach 6 $, maybe this can happen but it won't last long.
12  Economy / Economics / Re: Does China Control Bitcoin? on: January 24, 2020, 12:22:36 PM
As is already known that China is one of the Asian countries which is a high ambitious country to control bitcoin and its circulation. Proven in China, there are 4 Bitcoin miners in a large scale, and almost control at least 45-49% of the amount of bitcoin. Apart from mining, China also has a big place for trading such as Binance, we already know how the lunge of Binance at the beginning of Biance was founded and until now binance has become one of the pioneers of IEO.
Despite the greatness of China and how their dominance in crypto world is, of course, not a strong factor in how China can control bitcoin. Still bitcoin cannot be controlled by either party. Maybe that's also why the reason to this day is still the secret identity of the inventor of bitcoin.
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Re: Where can i buy something with Litecoin? on: January 24, 2020, 12:05:29 PM
Actually this is not a problem, but it is a problem too, when we don't have real money to buy something and we only have crypto assets, what else can we do?
One method that is quite effective is that if you have a lot of LTC, then exchange the LTC to USD which can be withdrawn into your bank account. Now there are many instant exchangers that provide direct and fast exchange facilities. If you exchange it at several large exchangers, it will take a little time. Maybe you have some friends who have business as local exchangers.
14  Economy / Economics / Re: Cryptocurrencies have won with court in India – for how long? on: January 23, 2020, 12:08:20 PM
After a stressful and fearful trial at the Indian Supreme Court, India officially admitted that Bitcoins and other cryptographic assets are not illegal..

Read the full article on

It is not easy to legalize cryptocurrencies in a country that already has a standard record. Actually, everyone in the world has recognized that these cryptocurrencies have many positive things when compared to real currencies. But it is not easy to change the economic system by including cryptocurrencies in everyday life as a substitute for currency. India is among the top 5 countries with the highest population in the world. To include the understanding that cryptocurrenccies in their lives in the sense of legalizing is not an easy thing to do. Even though it is only limited to assets / investments, it can only be done by a handful of people. How come China can? because the Chinese government system with India is clearly different.
15  Economy / Economics / Re: How regulation affects the crypto price on: January 23, 2020, 04:28:32 AM
as long as cryptocurreny is still anonymous I think government regulations or financial legal entities will not be so influential. The exception is for countries that have adopted crypto as a legal payment instrument to assist real shrimp. I still remember the regulations for the obligation to use KYC applied in various ICOs and until now it still applies, we all know that this started with government interference because there have been many cases of loss caused by scammers.
It can be imagined if from 2015 projects were not born that deceived many people, then I don't think legal parties will emerge, financial institutions interfere with crypto affairs which crypto is not real but the impact is very real felt.
And lately as I have seen in the OP article, it will indeed feel the impact of global regulations regarding crypto that affect the current crypto prices. It's all back again because of the many cases of money laundering with crypto brokers as a place to store their money.
16  Economy / Economics / Re: Chinese New Year - Crypto Market on: January 23, 2020, 03:51:43 AM
The influence of the Chinese New Year on current bitcoin prices will definitely have a serious impact on the development of crypt prices. Many opinions say that the increase in BTC and Altcoins today is influenced by welcoming the Chinese New Year which will take place in the next 2-3 days.
Traders assume that when this holiday happens there will be a sale of crypto assets by people who celebrate the Chinese New Year because they need substantial funds for their parties.
I assume the current price situation is a trap ahead of the Chinese New Year celebrations, and I suggest not to be too tempted by the rather significant increase of altcoin today.
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Is it still possible to invent certain Altcoin that can be better than Bitcoin? on: January 23, 2020, 03:34:15 AM

As the subject goes, can we expect the newly developed Altcoin that can go beyond Bitcoin?

what on altcoin is now all complete. Want to expect what else?
BTC is the culmination of altcoin, security, speed, cost, confidentiality, everything is contained therein. And not only BTC, many other altcoins that have similar systems with different capabilities. There is no complete product that certainly has advantages and disadvantages, but for now cryptocurrency is nearing perfect, almost every aspect of life has felt how important and efficient if crypto is involved in it.
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: Is Ethereum About to Break Out of a 2-Year Bear Market? on: January 23, 2020, 03:17:35 AM
Crypto markets are holding steady for another day following a slight pullback from their recent rally. Ethereum is still looking strong but can it finally pull out of its two-year bear market?

Ethereum is now at 166 USDT, a good price compared to prices at the end of 2019. Until now Ethereum has not shown signs that ETH will follow in the footsteps of Bitcoin at this time, it is possible that ethereum is still looking for gaps and roads that are open for ETH to immediately glide.
If it is true that ETH will end the fast for ETH by breaking the record at 200 $, then ETH has followed the correct path taken by BTC. As a pioneer of ETH developer tokens, investors and ETH based project holders should have been well prepared for situations where ETH is still trapped in a bearish situation.
Hopefully February will be the point of revival of the ETH.
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: OneCoin Ponzi Scheme: Scam of the Decade Continues in 2020’s Oceania on: January 22, 2020, 01:09:53 PM
Recently, we’ve published an investigation into a large-scale Ponzi-scheme called OneCoin. The scheme had its branches in several different countries across several continents, defrauding people of billions of dollars.

The project appeared dead and its official website was shut down as of November 30th, 2019. But, since January 8th, 2020, the website is back online.

It seems that the scheme is still operating, at least in New Zealand. puts together the latest findings regarding OneCoin’s fate, as well as a brief reminder about its notorious past.
Onecoin ponzi project is not a dead project, maybe some time ago they did deliberately go offline for their website, which they definitely planned to clear their names, the term eliminates traces, and now they are on again to look for another time. This should have been anticipated given the number of people who are tempted by their promising programs. Now 2020 is good for altcoin growth, and this will also be used by scammers for action.
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Creating shit TOKEN make good profit ? on: January 22, 2020, 12:52:25 PM
Hi guys
do u think if i created a shit token (with no project) and add it to shit exchange can i get profit ?  Grin
i mean im preparing to create a token and add it to new exchanges with law fees
and i promote investors for ex to give them 50 per cent of any ammount they bought
from the token for ex if you bought 10000 coins i will give u 5000 coins for free
do u think this idea can make investors buy it ?
In 2017, there were many projects implemented in this way. And it has scam investors a lot of money, now you can't do it this way again because the investors are so much smarter than before. And they will never invest in such bullshit projects, they will never invest in an unknown project.
And don't forget the people who made projects using this method are competent old people. Many of their projects have been successful too. At that time they used the moment when BTC and altcoin were in a massive bullish period. Spending $ 300-500 in money at that time was easy, because all the ico and airdrops, giveaway all pay and can be used as money without any fear of scam or not.
But if at this time do not expect that there are coins without projects that can be skyrocketed, projects that are already clearly just a lot of losers.
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