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361  Economy / Services / Re: WANTED: ICO Marketing Services on: June 25, 2018, 08:10:32 AM
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362  Economy / Lending / Re: ★ ★ ★ LENDING ► CONDORAS SERVICE ◄ ESCROW ★ ★ ★ on: June 25, 2018, 07:18:41 AM
Hello condaras! Been quite long since my last loan. Hope you can give me a no collateral loan again while I wait for a payment from a client.

Loan Amount: 0.01 btc
Reason:  need funds.
BTC Address:     3P5wExiszDFet9ZXYpbd47WHz87TyGUKYs
Term Length:    max 7 days. Will probably pay in the next 3 days.
Collateral: none.

here's a sign message from my vanity add:

This is jacee from bitcointalk and today is Monday, 25th of June 2018
Version: Bitcoin-qt (1.0)
Address: 1jaceeKZ3SecBYsJGLAbfvJnigN9xfsAi

363  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Bounty Campaign are wastage of time? on: June 25, 2018, 06:12:04 AM
Guys do you think bounty are campaign wastage of time because of we take particiapate in bounty campaign it take 2 to 4 month time the end up and after end the bounty campain it would distribute the token after more 1 to 2 months.
So isn't wastage of time? After taking token you dont know what is the value of token or it is available in exchange or not.
It is only a waste of time if you decide to join in a bounty campaign of such shit project. See, the reward you get in a bounty depends on how legitimate the project is. Ofcourse you will get nothing but a waste of time for those pump and dump tokens but still, it's not that hard work. It only takes a few minutes everyday or hours to get a task completed in exchange of a few bucks.
364  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Re: Bounty hunters should be paid in ETH on: June 24, 2018, 09:37:35 AM
For the bounty participants it would be very good. But don't forget the ICO is a fundraiser. If the project had the funds it seems to me that they'd buy advertising, and not the bounty.
Indeed ICO is a fundraising but they can always consider on paying their bounty participants with eth right at the end of their campaign. I mean they already have the money to pay in ETH. The think is, most bounty campaign happens so their tokens can be distributed as well. They take advantage of the fact that there is a huge number of bounty hunters that could mean a high volume on their coin once it got listed.
365  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Re: ETH , BTC miner on telegram ? on: June 24, 2018, 06:09:09 AM
eth, btc is mining automatically on telegram is scam? have you been withdrawn?
It's a scam. Mining in a social app is impossible specially when mining btc or eth. You need a mining software, a mining hardware, electricity and internet on continuous running to be able to mine coins like these.
Maybe, you can do staking.
366  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: [Bounty Scams] Is there any way to avoid Scam Bounties? on: June 24, 2018, 05:33:05 AM
Repux, Joy token and giftcoin was no longer under Amazix management IIRC. They droped managing their campaign after a disagreement on something like the token distribution. I wasn't so sure tho. I have only read this on their community channel update.
Anyway, didn't they paid the bounty?

I have worked and saw Amazix work and by far, they are one of the most reputable and professionally organized ICO agency.

Anyway, I firmly believe that it isn't the bounty managers fault. It is partly the project teams fault so you can not put the blame on the managers itself.
Tho bounty managers should prioritize that they should've first checked and assured that the agreed payment will be paid after the bounty to avoid accusations such as this.
367  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: I currently have 5 ETH. I should buy an ICO on: June 24, 2018, 02:19:52 AM
Don't bother. ICOs are risky and even if it's a good project, I think it's still best to just play say and hold onto your ETH. I read somewhere in this forum thst ETH may rise this year and that means you can profit from it by just hodling it.
ICOs are only profitable imo if you spend it on presales with their huge bonus offers. You'll have to thoroughly check if the project is legit tho. Don't be fooled by their false promises. Most ICO ends up only with a high price at the beggining of lisiting then nothing from then on.
368  Economy / Services / Re: Signatures & Designs 🔥 $100 w/ FREE bounty banners & avatar 12 hours delivery on: June 23, 2018, 02:40:43 AM
Awesome sir! I have responded and awaiting for a reply.

I'm open for more orders.  Pm me or catch me on telegram @jacee.frost

Wow, your designs look incredible. Cool I'm a newbie so I'm not sure if you will get my PM but I'll send it anyway and hit you up on Telegram. I'm also curious if you can assist with making the graphics for an [ICO] [ANN] and bounty thread?

 It would be great to get everything from a one stop shop.


369  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: How are looking for clients? on: June 22, 2018, 11:03:54 AM
Guys, is someone of you connected with ICO-agency/support/marketing teams?

How are looking for the clients? And would it be interesting for you if there would be some special platform which connects agency with the clients?

I know a really good marketing team and ICO agency and I have worked with them quite some time already but I am not quite sure ofbthe process on how they get clients. What I do know is that they are already quite popular and that must be because they may have done some kind of advertising and that can always get you clients to look into your service.
370  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Token risks? on: June 22, 2018, 08:04:30 AM
If you get tokens on ICO, that means the ICO project has already worked ? Or you can still get tokens from failed projects ?

ICO projects can literally fail at any point. I mean there are times when we could say surely that if we have gotten the coins then we are actually on the verge of success. But with the recent ICO scams it is explored that ICO's can scam us at any point like when they get listed over an exchanger and they start to dump the coins that they are holding and leading to the dumped market. They take the money and shut the project after that. Thus it is not guarantee that we are hitting the successful ICO here but it is just one step forward that we are on to something.
It does not always end up with them closing a project. Sometimes they continue on with it with their false promises and while people still support them, they continue on operating even when it is nothing but a cheap shit token. I actually don't like the idea that there are so many people and many investors that are willing to run and support ICOs. I mean, there must be some other way to raise fund  ICO is too risky and I'm afraid that the bounty they offer and the participants only support their scams.
371  Economy / Services / Re: Signatures & Designs 🔥 $100 w/ FREE bounty banners & avatar 12 hours delivery on: June 21, 2018, 05:00:05 PM
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372  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: 10 lifehacks for bountyhunters on: June 21, 2018, 11:49:48 AM
Good tip brother. I must agree that bounties handled by amazix are awesome and you can never get nothing from them. They filter out good projects. Btw, they are now called Amazix community rewards.

Another tip is to have a list of the bounties that you are participating and take note of the report days so you won't miss out a week report.
373  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Decision in panic! on: June 20, 2018, 05:57:51 PM
We make wrong decisions when we panic because it create fear in our body system that becloud our thinking process. For instance whenever we observe that the price of one of ours altcoins is dipping so badly we tend to panic which might lead us to sell.
It's normal to panick when it comes to a money that you can not afford to loose. Professional traders learn how to control their emotions and along with that they get to know when to risk their money and what to put to risk. As an orfinary day to day trader, one must remember to risk only that which he/she can afford to loose. That can help lessen the panick.
374  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Project without team members on: June 20, 2018, 02:52:34 AM
Hy all.

There is something bordering me and I will like to share with you all.  have been wondering if we need any Jupiter to tell us that a project without team members and no whitepapers are like to scam.
My questions is that have you seen any bounty campaign without team members and the project succeeded?
If such is there please outline let look into such project and loop it out.
Most projects that I have encounter before do have a public list of their whitepaper, a whitepaper and even a roadmap yet they turned out to be a scam or if not, a worthless project. My point is it isn't about the that stuffs that makes a project legit. You have to look into a project like some kind of business that has transparency and a solid background.

You can't trust a list of team members listed on their project website just like that. You have to look at who these people are and if they are actually capable of running such project.
375  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Re: Which one is better; to buy token or to do bounty? on: June 19, 2018, 05:02:15 PM
Hi I want to hear your opinion about this. What do you guys think about investing in a project by buying their token or by participating in their bounty program. Which one do you think pays more?
'course you will get more in participating in a bounty. You will not have to pay anything to get a tokens. You only lost your time incase a projects' token turns out to be a pump and dump scam. It dependa on what you would risk.

If you are really sure that the project token that you are investing is a good token then perhaps, it'll be better to both buy and join bounty to get more extra tokens.

in Investing = you get profit , in bounty hunting = you get incentive for your work.
376  Economy / Economics / Re: How to cope up with the falling prices? on: June 19, 2018, 04:48:29 PM
There are just couple of question I need some answering from people with enough experience in crypto.

Any particular tips on when to invest token when the prices are low?
And how can one manage to hold the tokens even the prices are bleeding?
Is there a specific time where one can pinpoint the best way to accumulate tokens?

Thanks for sharing your thoughts!
I'd highly suggest not investing in tokens which are not yet have a decent reputation specially on times when the cryptocurrency market is flooding with red. Make sure to invest in a well known crypto and hold onto it for long term trading.
I avoid looking at the prices as much as I can when the market bleeds to avoid myself from selling out of rush. Read news, and speculations to get an idea what is happening then decide if you can compose your emotion and wait a little more longer.
377  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Bounties (Altcoins) / Re: [BXUNTY] DIRO INTERNATIONAL BOUNTY CAMPAIGN - Earn FREE DIRO! on: June 18, 2018, 09:59:03 AM
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378  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] YOVI - YobitVirtualCoin - 5% POS [ROM] on: June 18, 2018, 07:36:48 AM

what does it mean ? this is when I put on sale

Current limit for this price: 0.00000000 btc

It's a ROM so you need to place your order at an open slot. That means that the price you're trying to sell your yovi is already full and taken.
The limit on each order is 0.01 btc.

There's an open slot on 0.037507 btc .bTry to sell your yovi in there with 0.01 btc as total.
379  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: BitcoinTalk starts an ICO to improve the Forum Look & Feel on: June 18, 2018, 04:01:38 AM
Now a days every project is starting with ICO for in intial investment for capital budget , I have a idea where , BitcoinTalk starts a ICO to improve the look and feel of the Bitcoin Forum , So we can make Bitcointalk more modern and latest options .

This is just a idea , What you think about this Idea .
Nah. The forum is already better in what it currently is. Fyi, there is already a new software forum which is still under development but a beta is available. You can see more details about it in here:
380  Other / Meta / Re: Is it legal to give a negative trust to a 'BM' who ended a scam project? on: June 18, 2018, 01:43:13 AM
If the Bounty Manager knew that the project is scam and still promoted it than they deserve a negative trust.
But if they didn't knew about that, they are no different from bounty participants as they get paid to advertise.
If bounty manager are to be given negative trust for working on a scam project, bounty participants too deserve one as they too promote for payment.
It is a bounty managers job to ensure that the project that he/she agreed on handling is a legit project and that it will not turn out to be a scam. A person shold not be eligible to handle campaigns if he/she does not know how to differenciate a good project and what is not.

I do agree tho it may be best to also tag the participants if a project turned out to be a scam. Maybe that will lessen the account which are solely farmed to get into a bounty without even knowing what project they are advertising.

 I have been scammed before by some bounties and it wasn't always the campaign managers fault.
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