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1  Economy / Economics / Re: Bitcoin Is Protecting Human Rights Around the World on: May 15, 2021, 12:14:00 PM
There is no correspondence between bitcoin and the human rights. The only thing I see is that human becomes greedier and more dreaming than ever. They believe that they can be rich in a short amount of time and forget how other people are suffering in pain and loss. In Myanmar, army has taken over the government and shoot at protesters. In middle east, Israel is shooting innocent people because Palestine keeps rocketing their area. And India, such a pathetic country which faces the highest increase rate of covid infection
2  Economy / Economics / Re: people stop complain about economy and ccovid on: May 15, 2021, 11:03:22 AM
People will start to get used to Covid-19, they will try to force themselves to live a normal life like before.  The effect of Covid itself is very influential on the people's economy, if they cannot fight back and just always complain, according to them they will not be able to solve this problem, the government is also quite overwhelmed, even some countries are currently able to provide leeway for their people in carrying out activities as usual, always  implementing health protocols so that it can regenerate the economy of its population
In Covid's early stage, people were complaining about a wide range of issues, from regulations and quarantine issues, to being forced to do at home, they really can't adapt right away, even it goes against what they've done in the past, some act like a complaint, that's how they feel more comfortable. But through the news and prolonged status of Covid, they have come to understand that things will not be over soon, without work, without money, the work can be tough but being quiet and doing is the best way to survive, the complaint right now cannot bring a normal life
Human is good in adapting new situation despite a few complaints. They need time to observe the virus and draw their own conclusion rather than listen to the authorities. Besides, there are governments who do not proactively handle the Covid problems. The typical example are the former president Donald Trump and current prime minister of India Narendra Damodardas Modi
3  Economy / Economics / Re: What will you do in 2030? on: May 15, 2021, 10:44:17 AM
My imagination is limited by my ignorance and obscure vision. I can only dream of being a wealthy person who is capable to buy anything without thinking about the price  in 2030. Bitcoin and cryptocurrency provides me a variety of methods which are able to make my dream viable. In fact, by investing in cryptocurrency, you will gradually increase your money over times.

In 2030, being a worker in a crypto firm is also my dream because at the moment, I am a student of computer science and blockchain technology. I hope that I will be able to go abroad for work since my country does not provide many positions with affordable salary for blockchain engineer
4  Economy / Economics / Re: How did Crypto help you out? on: September 10, 2018, 10:54:10 AM
Bitcoin and the cryptocurrency have already helped me a lot. I joined the cryptocurrency world 2 years ago and I have already earned a good amount of money which I can use to raise my family for more than a year. HOwever, currently, I dont know how to earn money from the cryptocurrency world. It is harder than the previous year and I can say that there is nothing I can do with this market. I hope that everything will be back to normal so that we can easily make money with crypto.
5  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Can I make passive daily income with trading? on: August 01, 2018, 09:15:53 PM
yes you can
6  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: What are the useful tips for beginners? on: August 01, 2018, 09:15:47 PM
There are many things you need to know about trading. I guest you can find them out on the youtube or google. There are many lessons out there Cheesy
7  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Bitcoin now below 8000 time to buy now on: August 01, 2018, 08:06:09 PM
WEll, If I were you, I would buy bitcoin at any cost. Why? because I am a holder. Holding bitcoin in a long-term can give us a great amount of money in the future. Therefore, I always spend half of my salary to buy bitcoin Wink. Bitcoin is one of the best places for investment. It always brings profit to the people if they are patient enough
8  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Who believes in HODLING? on: August 01, 2018, 08:04:47 PM
I believe in holding. Holding is the best way to earn money in the cryptocurrency field. There are many ways to make money here but if you have a good capital, just put your money in some top 10 coins and hold them for at least a year. After a long term holding, I can ensure that you will earn a huge amount of money Wink
9  Economy / Economics / Re: Is the government really scary? on: August 01, 2018, 03:28:10 PM
Government are really scary about bitcoin because they bypass government policy and also rule and regulation.  The evasion of tax is another  way bitcoin is not supported by any government.


I think they are scary because of they cannot get some benefits from the bitcoin and they cannot control bitcoin like what they do with their fiat. and to solve this, maybe they will make a regulation to control bitcoin and cryptocurrency so they can know who is the people which stay behind the crypto and they can see how big the crypto can grow. maybe the tax is a good choice for them to control bitcoin user and they can get some money from bitcoin user and it means more money for the economic country.
I must say that the banking system is scarier than that of the governments for now and that the governments are sensing this thing that the crypto currencies will lead the world in much better way and that the fame of the paper money is being greatly reduced with the introduction of the crypto currencies. The government has to take some positive step to declare these currencies as legal currencies.
From my perspective, governments with their banking systems is not relatively scary but I would say they are influential and should not be underestimated. Because once they realise what bitcoin could do to their monetary systems, they would do anything to limit our access to bitcoin and make us afraid of it and even ban it. If that happened in my place, I would have to choose whether to be an outlaw for using bitcoin or just accept the fact, none of which I prefer. So I hope this won't be the future for bitcoin users here.
10  Economy / Economics / Re: Why the price of bitcoin rapidly going down on: August 01, 2018, 03:11:31 PM
bad news about bitcoin greatly affects bitcoin prices, because many people panic and sell it.but it can be a whale game that will buy at the lowest price by making fake news news,and about restrictions in various countries it could drop the price of bitcoin.
The more the price drops, the more panic bitcoin users become, the more bitcoin they sell. It is like vicious circle which keeps making the price of bitcoin get lower and lower. I know it is distressing to lose your money because of the falling price but bitcoin has its ups and downs and sometimes the downtrend is just taking a bit long. I don't know for sure what has cause this tremendous drop in the price of bitcoin but I do think that our attitude toward bitcoin affects a lot. If we are negative and lose faith in bitcoin, it will eventually come to a halt. But if we believe in bitcoin and wait patiently, the price of it will gradually increase again. Bitcoin has gone a long way since its birthday now, it deserves a future better than this.
11  Economy / Economics / Re: what is the future of virtual currency like bitcoin ? on: August 01, 2018, 02:54:06 PM
Big companies are now beginning to adopt virtual currencies like Bitcoin as a payment medium in their products. So, I'm sure virtual currencies like Bitcoin have a good future. And then investors are still using Bitcoin as an investment method. This makes me even more confident about Bitcoin's future.
Big companies accepting bitcoin as an alternative to traditional ways of payment proves that bitcoin is making huge progress in becoming more and more widespread and valuable as a currency. As bitcoin fluctuates rapidly and significantly, its tremendous amount of profit in investment has attracted people's attention and therefore, more and more money is poured into bitcoin, which make the price of it get higher over the years. So I can conclude that bitcoin will surely have a bright future ahead.
12  Economy / Economics / Re: How does bitcoin become a currency? on: August 01, 2018, 01:39:58 PM
Of course in the beginning it is used to buy online product and its value was low but at present it is the most valuable currency on the whole world. Nowadays it is used for online payment, paying the online bills and buy different software, games, webdesigns and websites. It has become so popular that people are using it instead of money and it is called a digital currency.
Initially, bitcoin was not so popular and its value was insignificant but it was treated as a currency to buy online stuff and services. Over the years, bitcoin has gained more trust and popularity and the price of bitcoin has gone from nearly nothing to thousands of dollars' worth nowadays and people have started to use it as an investment rather than a currency. It is still used for online transactions but it seem to be that people are more interested in the profit they could earned from bitcoin investment than in its advantages in online shopping.
13  Economy / Economics / Re: Bitcoin and Future of Economy! on: August 01, 2018, 01:25:17 PM
Now we can see some countries are regulating bitcoin and some government don't like it.Otherwise Bitcoin hasn't a stable price.
So my question is can bitcoin be a main currency of world economy?

In my own opinion, bitcoins can be the main currency of a country only if those government are going to legalize cryptocurrency in their country since most of the people today wants faster transactions.
Since bitcoin is yet to be regulated in some countries and even banned in other areas, becoming a main international currency does seem like a fantasy to bitcoin. I think the answer for this lies in the nature of bitcoin and what it could do to the governments and their monetary system. Take my country as an example, although there is no laws imposed on bitcoin and cryptocurrencies, the government has started to pay more attention to bitcoin in a negative way and they think that bitcoin is just another tool for criminal actions. Therefore, they try to limit the use of bitcoin and I heard on the grapevine that they will ban bitcoin some day. I surely don't hope that this is the future for bitcoin here.
14  Economy / Economics / Re: Why spend time in bitcoins? on: August 01, 2018, 03:38:16 AM
Bitcoin is just another form of money but for some people, it is more than that thing. I believe that Bitcoin has a potential to transform the way we in live today and it is a different kind of satisfaction and excitement to participate in something having that potential to change the world. It is happening for the first time in the history of mankind that we are able to trust a group of unknown people more than the familiar faces through this amazing innovation and hence it is worth it to spend time in my honest opinion.
I support your thought that bitcoin is not just simply a currency but it also a life saver to many people struggling to make a living and a game changer to the existing monetary system. Bitcoin and its cutting-edge blockchain technology have made our lives much easier with the numerous benefits bitcoin has brought us. Although bitcoin is still experience some extreme ups and downs, I believe that bitcoin is absolutely not a waste of time when we have enough knowledge and experience to deal with it and it would have a bright and promising future ahead.
15  Economy / Economics / Re: With Hackers everywhere, How safe is Cryptocurrency? on: July 31, 2018, 05:01:13 AM
Actually it's pretty easy. You just need to use your common sense actually. First of all you just need to not do any financial transactover public wifi and changing your password frequently. I'm sure hackers are getting smarter but in turn security measures gey more elaborate. It's just a matter of eliminating the human error in it.
Yeah I admit that changing and strengthen your password regularly and avoiding public wifi while making any importance transactions is the key point to protect us from hackers. Nothing is 100% safe and secured and cryptocurrencies are not an exception and hackers just keep getting smarter and smarter so it is detrimental to prepare yourself some ways to minimise the possibility of getting hacked.
16  Economy / Economics / Re: Where and How to Spend Your Bitcoins? on: July 31, 2018, 04:16:52 AM
You can spend them in so many project. Which are related to bitcoin. You can also invest them in your business. You can spend them to open a online market. You can spend them to buy your accessories.
There is no denying that bitcoin will be a great and profitable investment if you have enough knowledge and acquire the skills specialised in this field. And it is also a brilliant alternative to fiat money when it comes to online shopping. Bitcoin has made international transaction a lot easier and faster than before. But using it directly in reality in my country is not a dream comes true but rather a fantasy. My government doesn't like bitcoin and what it could do so although bitcoin has not been banned, there is a fat chance of it being accepted as a currency. So it is really hard to find a bitcoin ATM or any shops or restaurants that use bitcoin. I have seen some coffee shops using bitcoin but most of them didn't last for long. So I can only buy fiat money with bitcoin and use them instead.
17  Economy / Economics / Re: Does engaging with bitcoins put you at risk? on: July 30, 2018, 08:57:11 AM
Dealing with bitcoin in my country is not a risky process but turning the cryptocurrency into fiat can cause big problems in terms of taxes in the future. Because there is no legal regulation yet.
That used to happen in my country too, when bitcoin is still something strange and mysterious to most of our people and the government so there has not been any regulations for bitcoin. But when you suddenly had such huge amount of income, they would suspect you and try to get more money away from you. Ever since bitcoin became so popular last year, they started to pay more attention to bitcoin and began to realise what it could do to their bank systems. They have not given any laws or imposed any taxes on bitcoin but they keep saying that they will do so and also spread fake news about bitcoin to scare people away. I could say that it is complicated here in my place.
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: Green market on: July 24, 2018, 07:38:41 PM
How much return are you expecting in next one year? If it is less than 100% in next 6 months, go for ETH.

I think we can gain more than 100% in the next 6 months with ethereum. There are many things supporting ethereum right now and I beleive that it is born to become the number one coin on the cryptocurrency world. However, it still needs more time to develop and prove to the people that it can make a perfect world
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: Time to buy? on: July 24, 2018, 07:28:20 PM
Yeah, I think it's time to buy now. it is necessary to buy and hold on the market where low prices are available. The price is cheaper than last year and has advantages. It is true that it is the best time to buy and start investing.
I agree with you. There is no time as better as right now. The longer that you wait the higher chance that everything will go up and never return to its base price. Therefore, if you have money, just but anything that you want right now and start holding it for a long time. I believe that in a long term, everything will increase the price
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: Invest in ICO or buy BTC? on: July 24, 2018, 07:02:09 PM
Buying btc is better than investing in ICO. There are many reasons for this. First of all, bitcoin is the strongest cryptocurrency on the market and by investing your money in this coin, it is hard to lose any of your money. Second, there are too many ICO and I believe that is not good for us at all Wink
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