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1  Local / Bahasa Indonesia (Indonesian) / Re: [TRIVIA] Fitur-fitur Bermanfaat Bitcointalk Yang Kurang Mendapatkan Perhatian on: November 03, 2019, 11:07:41 AM
Kalo saya sendiri sangat menyukai fitur quick reply, biar seperti seperti sosmed langsung komen Cheesy tapi kekurangannya nggak bisa nemuin fitur bold, italic, atau emoticon di quick reply.
Fyi aja si, quick reply ada di menu profile - Look and Layout Preferences - Use quick reply on topic display- kemudian pilih Show, on by default.
2  Local / Bahasa Indonesia (Indonesian) / Re: [TANYA] - Situs exchange dengan fee withdraw murah on: November 03, 2019, 05:20:14 AM
Thanks semuanya ya, sudah menemukan beberapa situs exchange. tapi kebanyakan feenya udah diatas 0.0004 btc semua. Thread ane lock.
3  Economy / Gambling / Re: Stake.com | The Most Popular Bitcoin Casino | Sportsbook Launches November! 👽 on: November 02, 2019, 12:50:23 PM
Hello I want to ask something, Can I exchange my balance (BTC) into LTC, Doge, etc to play in Stake?

Thanks
4  Local / Bahasa Indonesia (Indonesian) / [TANYA] - Situs exchange dengan fee withdraw murah on: November 02, 2019, 06:26:44 AM
Hallo guys, mau nanya nih situs exchange yang buat withdraw bitcoin murah itu mana aja ya, karena yang aku temuin beberapa exchange yang fee withdrawnnya diatas 50k satoshi.
mau nyari yang dibawah itu.

Thanks
5  Economy / Services / Re: [OPEN] Get paid 0.0015 BTC to review SwapMixer.com anonymous BTC to LTC swaps on: October 29, 2019, 08:02:08 AM
Address : 3Am6VL1Edy4G9bBfUrkbiwsNaT8wLFoTfm
Current balance: 0.00000 BTC

I would be very proud if I could be part of the reviewer of this new mixer site. Smiley
6  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Will it help bitcoin if we shift funds to it ? on: October 26, 2019, 12:24:41 PM
We are all aware that the bitcoin is the last hope when the other altcoins including Ethereum are struggling to survive and even bitcoin has not had any massive pump as it's fighting hard to stay on $8,000 despite numerous fluctuations but will it help bitcoin if we just move our funds to bitcoin which we have invested into altcoin as it will increase the demand of bitcoin if everyone can do that as this will literally do what the whales have been doing to increase the price when they want by creating the demand.
If we do that, then altcoin market will die, the price of bitcoin will really go up if the demand comes from new users, bitcoin market will have a larger volume, and that will make bitcoin market will improve again.

For example if we do your idea, maybe the price of bitcoin will go up by a few percent, but what is the condition for altcoin after that? is it possible that some altcoin will meet its end.
7  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Would you waste your time for 5 cents worth of bitcoin? on: October 26, 2019, 11:46:47 AM
I am doing market research for a potential project.
If there was a website you could go to daily where you would earn anywhere from 1 cent - 10 cents worth of bitcoin just for clicking a button, would you do it?
No strings attached, no deposit required. You go to the website, push a button and 5 cents is deposited into your wallet. Would you go every day and do it, or is it not worth your time?
That is the work that little players do, click a button and make a few cents. nobody has high skills playing this job. because time is the most important thing for them. doing such work is a waste of time, in 1 day, you will not make a few dollars, even if you do it nonstop. so in my opinion that job is not worthy for you, you can use that time for more profitable job like trading
8  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Does the discipline help in gambling? on: October 26, 2019, 07:29:17 AM
How strong does a character need to be to set aside some amount of money on a weekly gamble?
What needs to happen to make it happen?
Does the great loss solidify our character?
What exactly does it mean to discipline yourself in gambling (in the narrow sense)?
Should we be disciplined in gambling, does it mean that we are better at gambling, or that we put less money at stake with more enjoyment, less fear, adrenaline, etc. ?
Me interested in answering the last question?


Actually this is not about character, because there are many gamblers with unique characters who have good strategies and plans so as not to become addicted. A large loss will make you far more experienced depending on the response you face, if you were not prepared with the risk of gambling before, of course a big loss will make you depressed. but with mental readiness and risk preparedness of course large losses are not a complicated thing if you are ready with it. less money does not mean pleasure is at you, and less fear. many people are more challenged to use big capital when gambling?
9  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Premier League Prediction Thread (EPL) on: October 26, 2019, 06:21:04 AM
So what was the payout for the 0-9 for Leicester?

I admit I am not following premier this year, can they compete for the final win of the title or is it only a fortunate turn of the event for their temporary second place on the leaderboard?

As it's really early. Any team have chances to go to the number one spot from here. But as they say the morning shows the day. I don't think there would be any real competitor for Liverpool this time. Leicester city, Manchester city and Chelsea would fight for the remaining 3 spots. It's going to be one of the worst performance of Manchester United.
1 big win can't determine whether you will win the league. 1 season is filled by 38 matches, and if you only win once it won't mean much if you lose in remaining match. Big wins will only give you 3 points, so it's very early if you say that Leicester will win the league again after a landslide win. Moreover, they were 5 points behind Liverpool and Leicester have 1 more game than Liverpool and that's the advantage for Liverpool, I think the winner can be determined after half season ends.
10  Economy / Economics / Re: Bitcoin using or need! Vs stable coins on: October 26, 2019, 06:07:43 AM
I think people who doubt the purpose and function of using bitcoin are those who often panic when prices fall. because they don't have any grip and belief in bitcoin. whereas the main advantages of bitcoin are clear, that anonomity  and decentralization are the main attractions of bitcoin, and you can say that fluctuations make bitcoin unsuitable for currency, but the fact is that many merchants and users use bitcoin for it. Bitcoin is needed for many reasons, and including what I mentioned.

First and foremost, people should first learn and understand the difference of market terms such as pice and value. Price is changing, value is dominance. Why dominance? since whenever a crypto's market price decline, its value will remain the same as it suggest the potential of the coin to get back better in a latter time. Some newbies and impatient's doesn't know that, as a result, they tend to panic sell and worry about their investment.
Yeah, they can't interpret that so when prices fall, then their alarm will ring and panic time starts. they are too focused on bitcoin prices that down quickly, without considering the "value" of bitcoin which is still very worth, even though that the reason why bitcoin will back raise.
11  Economy / Economics / Re: Economic situation around the world and Bitcoin on: October 25, 2019, 10:59:52 AM
I don't think that crypto currency has any negative impact on global economy.
Now a days most of countries has bad economic conditions because trade war and cold war in Middle east.

As per some reports, I have read that There are some few percentage of people who know about Bitcoin, and there are very small % of people who actually own crypto asset. We cannot compare bitcoin with world economy until there is equal participation in crypto from all countries.
We don't discuss the effect of cryptocurrency on the world economy anyway. we discussed about the bad economic conditions will make many people then adopt bitcoin or not. I think people will certainly look for another currency that is safer than their fiat local currency, which is very vulnerable to inflation when the economic crisis occurs, of course the first choice is gold, because they have a stable value and tend to rise. I think cryptocurrency will not be the first choice for this case, but I am sure that even when the economy deteriorates, many people will definitely adopt bitcoin so that their economy improves because of the benefits.
12  Economy / Economics / Re: Bitcoin using or need! Vs stable coins on: October 25, 2019, 09:12:22 AM
I think people who doubt the purpose and function of using bitcoin are those who often panic when prices fall. because they don't have any grip and belief in bitcoin. whereas the main advantages of bitcoin are clear, that anonomity  and decentralization are the main attractions of bitcoin, and you can say that fluctuations make bitcoin unsuitable for currency, but the fact is that many merchants and users use bitcoin for it. Bitcoin is needed for many reasons, and including what I mentioned.
13  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: WILL CRYPTO BOOM AGAIN? on: October 25, 2019, 06:27:37 AM
Sure it's impossible to say but still... after yesterday hearing i really don't know what to think. Used to be sure Libra entry will boom the market once again but it looks like Libra's not coming shortly.
Is btc halving the most promising ''event'' we are looking forward to (at the moment)?
Indeed, some time ago, Libra had made the crypto world in an uproar, because it was carried by a large company that is Facebook. we imagine too big for that, but the name gets fainter over time.

Of course, halving is the event most awaited by all investors, because every halving comes the market will be crowded and prices skyrocket. that's why before halving came, many people would buy and collect as much bitcoin as possible.

14  Economy / Speculation / Re: Bitcoin is going down...now at $7,654.85 on: October 24, 2019, 12:55:15 PM
well, i was surprised btc below 7500, mostly analyst say high support on 7500 resistance. ya , although that info from articles that cannot be trusted completely
any exact news about this situation btw ? or this just dumper time ? , but based on my opinion , market capitalization has lose more than $15,000,000,000 . i am not sure its "just" dump.
This condition often occurs, when prices are stable at certain prices over a long period of time, it is likely that prices will fall. same as some time ago, but after that the price will go up. and right now I'm waiting for prices to turn around and go back up.

I think it's normal if marketcaps fall lately, as usual when prices fall then marketcaps will weaken and many people will sell, go out and wait for prices to rise. that's the habits of investors, so it's natural that marketcaps are weakening.

15  Economy / Economics / Re: If the government supports bitcoin instead of the existing currency. on: October 24, 2019, 12:12:04 PM
Neither bitcoin nor paper money has any real value, but notes have national credit support, and what if bitcoin also gets national credit? The government will lose its macro-control policy but it can also effectively eliminate inflation, two relative ratios. Is that a good result? Of course, I know that the government is very unlikely to support bitcoin, but who knows?

Cryptocurrencies runs on blockchain which consist of complex algorithms that makes it hard to regulate or control by an istitution easily. This is the reason why Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are very hard to control by the government.
Yeah Fiat has value because it is supported by the government and the country's economy. but that does not mean that bitcoin does not have any value, even without government credit, bitcoin still has a value and high worth of price from a very large amount of demand in the market.



Thats right, that is why the government has been reluctant to legalize bitcoin until now, because the use of fiat may be reduced because the effect of this, although the effect is quite good in terms of the economic of community.
16  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: The Things That Comes Into Your Mind When Winning... on: October 23, 2019, 01:20:26 PM
Honestly, the first thing that came into my mind when I was winning was to play and win again until I earn more which lead me to losses. I almost forgot all the risks of gambling and that there's no guarantee that I could win all the time no matter what my strategy is. From then on, I have set a target goal so I would know when to stop.
Indeed, begin to understand that no matter how good and cool a strategy you have will not be able to make you win in gambling all the time. That means you won't always win every day, so from now on when you win, withdraw it and use the initial capital again to play in the next day. Winning every day is impossible, but winning more often, and losing less, I think thats possible?
I'm sure the mindset and plan can make you stop playing when you win.
17  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: How to restrain yourself at a small loss and not spend money. on: October 23, 2019, 12:51:56 PM
You can prevent yourself from spending too much by bringing a certain amount of money, if you lose then nothing is left and you cant spend further since your money is limited.

Greed is the reason why a gambler is tempted to keep trying even he is losing his money, he want to chase the losses hoping to get it back.

Self discipline is important and dont expect to win, accept if you lose and move on.
I think the point is financial management, if you want to quit while you still have a balance in your gambling account then you will continue to playing.
Use the right amount of money to deposit, so that when your money runs out you will not continue to play again. Yeah discipline is the most important thing, it is a trait that must be possessed by gamblers. Without discipline the plan you make will be useless. and don't forget to know the risk that losses are a natural thing to happen to all gamblers.
18  Economy / Economics / Re: Millennial generation are screwed! on: October 23, 2019, 12:31:44 PM
First they spend more time on video games than any other generation, an average gen millennial spend 8 hours on games everyday! Ridiculous!

They basement dwellers

They deep on student loan

They no saving

They have no job security

Now they spend more money on bitcoin than all generation!

It never get bored millennial has been on the headlines since the god know when it all began.

Can crypto make millennial more screwed or otherwise? Letís discuss!
You know more than half of the world's population is people under the age of 25 years old, that means the future of the world is in the millennial now. I think that not all millennials as you described, I played video games when I was a child, that's a natural thing, but as we get older, games make us bored because our main focus and priority is getting job now and I have known crypto since I was a teenager sitting in high school, I think crypto has a positive influence on millennials so that they rise to a more mature level.
19  Economy / Economics / Re: INFLATION IN THE UNDERDEVELOPED COUNTRIES on: October 23, 2019, 11:50:31 AM
The world economy keeps crashing with many incidence of inflation. What is happening at the moment is  a clear indication of a world that has failed the minority. Although the underdeveloped countries could partly be blamed for the high inflation that exists in their respective economies. Would things turn around for good  if underdeveloped countries start to add value to their natural resources themselves without selling to the countries with good economy?
Is it that the use of natural resources? to make the welfare of the country's society increase? if the government can manage it well, then the country's natural resources can become infinite wealth, look at the UAE, only with the oil wealth they have, almost everyone in their country has a good economy, everything is paid for by the state, schools food and so on. Make their national economy very well.
While in my own country with a lot of gold wealth, but the government is greedy to sell it to foreign countries, and let the company seize the existing gold in our country, our country is only given a tax of 1% of the income owned by that foreign company, very sad indeed.
20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Are You Doing This? on: October 23, 2019, 11:16:18 AM
I want to ask all of you, do you share or give very private things (private key, passphrase, password and else) of Bitcoin to your family? I ask like this because I think if something bad happens to us (I personally hope it doesn't happen), it would be better if we pass down all the things from bitcoin that we have to our families. For example, when we have an accident that makes us comatose state (I hope it won't happen) at the hospital and we need medical expenses, it would be better if our wife or children can take money from the bitcoin that we have to use as our medical expenses.

I personally bequeath all my bitcoin knowledge to my family. I told them my bitcoin assets, how I made money from bitcoin, and also told them how to access them. All of this I did so that all of my bitcoin assets could be useful for my family. What about you guys, do you guys do the same with me?
Yeah, actually I also have that plan, because we don't know what will happen in forward, right? while the only one who knows your money in cryptocurrency is just you. If you die, of course the assets that you hold in crypto will settle and cannot be taken by anyone, because crypto is not like a bank, where the heirs can take your money if you die. I also want to give my family knowledge about crypto, just to be on case, give a password and all access to my wallet.
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