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1  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Strong Hands Are Buying on: Today at 08:10:36 AM
a very extraordinary president. Bukele is really serious about investing in bitcoin. This is indeed a good opportunity to buy bitcoin. El Salvador is increasingly having Bitcoin assets on hold. Buying 80 BTC at $19,000 is certainly the equivalent of $1,520,000, Keep adding bitcoins and when bitcoin is bullish El Salvador will have a lot to gain.

I'm not sure if the President is doing anything more than gambling at this time. Don't think they can afford to lose their investment.

Also he is not spending his own money but the money of the people...

I also bought some but this seems irresponsible
El Salvador president is making things that other countries don't have a confidence to do. This might be a gamble because of how volatile and speculative bitcoin price is but  it is the belief and trust you will put in the idea of technology that will make you prosper. Do you remember dot-com bubble, There are many companies that have become speculative and pumped with money but only strong ones survive like amazon, ebay and others. These companies are just bitcoin right now in my opinion, Knowing where to invest might give you fortune in the future.  El Salvador is a small country that still have a chance to prosper, The country future could be leaded by bitcoin.

El Salvador became the first country to adopt bitcoin, and of course they believe in the future of bitcoin. Many developed countries even ban bitcoin, but president Nayib Bukele embraces bitcoin and is even planning to create a Bitcoin City. The current state of the market is not good, but Bukele's move to buy bitcoin again is the right move. Bitcoin provides great hope for those who dare and believe in bitcoin, and can do good management. A president will not take rash actions, this is calculated.
2  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Does bitcoin dump have any impact on gamblers ? on: Today at 05:45:48 AM
You are right, it will only affects him if he will going to withdraw it. But as long as it is still in his wallet, there's no problem on it. In terms of the figures, if he has an asset in bitcoin it will be the same but the value will change. Most of the gambler I knew are using doge instead of btc,but it's all depends on the gambler if he really needs to convert it to usdt or fiat.
The relation of it will depend on how much he has bought that bitcoin on his account. If it's during the high and he's got stuck there with 1 bitcoin, it matters a lot to that gambler. He can withdraw it and still get 1 bitcoin but the current price of it matters because it's no longer the same as high as it was during his purchase. That's the actual matter of it but if a gambler uses most of the time altcoins, then there's also the same relation on it but there is the feeling on how easier it is to gamble with those.

Not only using or other altcoins, but those gamblers who gamble on a special platform will use the Platform Token as payment. The impact when the market crashes as it is today will certainly affect the value of bitcoin or altcoins used.
even bitcoin or gambling investors are affected.
this is indeed a risk, but when the price starts bullish everything will be fine.
3  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: ⚽ Football Transfers Speculation, Odds and Predictions on: Today at 04:51:12 AM
I'm sure Chelsea will be able to find good alternatives for a much lower price, and I also agree that Jules Koundť is a good candidate, if this is a real possibility of signing.

but in fact at this time Jules Kounde will go to Barcelona, ​​because Barcelona are interested in signing this Seville centre-back. it's not just a mere rumor, Barcelona are serious about starting to develop a proposal to recruit the defender.
Jules K ounde prefers Barcelona to Chelsea.
Barcelona are also in need of a centre-back for this summer as Barcelona will sell Clement Lenglet and Samuel Umtit, so signing Jules Kounde is the right choice.
4  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Strong Hands Are Buying on: July 01, 2022, 02:20:09 PM
a very extraordinary president. Bukele is really serious about investing in bitcoin. This is indeed a good opportunity to buy bitcoin. El Salvador is increasingly having Bitcoin assets on hold. Buying 80 BTC at $19,000 is certainly the equivalent of $1,520,000, Keep adding bitcoins and when bitcoin is bullish El Salvador will have a lot to gain.
5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Fees - Transfer Crypto From One Exchange To Another on: July 01, 2022, 01:23:08 PM
Not only Litecoin, there are some coins that have cheaper fees such as SOLANA with a withdrawal fee of only $0.0001 and some other coins have different withdrawal fees.
you just have to compare it and what coin you choose.
The practice of transferring assets to other exchanges is also often called arbitrage by taking advantage of any price differences in each market.

You can see complete information about withdrawal fees on this website.
6  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Gambling and MLM Schemes on: July 01, 2022, 06:21:39 AM
I just heard that gambling is just like MLM schemes as people only loses both in gambling and MLM schemes ?
Is it true ?

Somehow thereís a facts in your argument which most of the users here donít understand since they are itching when they see the MLM word. The truth is thereís nothing wrong on argument that you brought up since MLM is favorite to use by scammer but MLM in general is not bad because itís just marketing scheme.
The MLM scheme in general is currently very bad for those who are victims of Multi Level Marketing. Those at the top level are greatly benefited. MLM is not just an ordinary market scheme, but there are a lot of dirty games in it. Cheating new members for their own benefit and so on.

Anyway, Yes both of them will lead you to losses if you didnít dyor properly on how to play well on both money making activities. What I donít understand here is the objective on determining whether is true or false. Cheesy
Both will indeed lead to losses, but losses in MLM will not be controlled. Unlike gambling, losses are caused by themselves and there is no coercion from others.
7  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: ⚽ Football Transfers Speculation, Odds and Predictions on: July 01, 2022, 06:07:02 AM
Premier League Transfer 2022/2023 Official UPDATE

Manchester City as Premier League Champions 2021-2022 It seems that he immediately moved quickly to strengthen his team with. followed by Liverpool which has inaugurated 3 new players and Aston Villa brought in Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund to face the Premier League next season. who were active on the transfer market this summer by signing Boubacar Kamara and Diego Carlos.

Below is complete information Premier League Transfer 2022/2023 Official UPDATE:

1 july 2022


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Harry Clarke (Stoke City)
Omar Rekik (Sparta Rotterdam)
Tyreece John-Jules (Ipswich Town)
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Daniel Ballard (Sunderland)
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Jakub Ojrzynski (Radomiak Radom)
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8  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Will you be in favor of Gold or Bitcoin !! on: July 01, 2022, 04:24:51 AM
choose both. Because Bitcoin and gold both have their own advantages and disadvantages. Can't be compared with just one difference.
Gold has a stable investment value and gold is also said to be a "safe haven" asset that will be safe for the long term and its price fluctuations are not like bitcoin.

Bitcoin has rapid and even extreme price fluctuations and this makes bitcoin a High Risk High Return digital investment asset.
9  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Alt coins are About to pump again! on: June 30, 2022, 02:37:51 PM
The lowest point of ETH/BTC this year was like what? 3 days ago? And now that it bounced you're already coming to conclusions that it's already the bottom? While not impossible, you're being a bit hasty there mate.
The way the price of Bitcoin has started to decline, it seems that Bitcoin will create a new history of breathlessness. However, the rate at which bitcoin has fallen has not reduced the price of alt coins.
The price of alt coins will go up very fast in the coming days
The price drop could happen, that is in the nature of bitcoin. We have seen it drop many times before, it was in 2011 or 2012 something first I remember, then in 2014-2015 period, then in 2018, now it is in 2022. We have seen it drop many times before. But all the times it has dropped, it recovered and that is the real thing that matters to me. As long as it could recover, there is nothing that I would worry about this at all.

I know that bitcoin will not only break 68k ATH price, but it will recover and go towards 100k and more as well. This is going to be pretty decent situation to be in and I am guessing that it will probably be like that for everyone as well, probably everyone believes the same thing.

We will believe bitcoin will get pumped back and hit a new ATH. But it takes time, what we need to worry about is our patience as investors, whether we can get through it all. and altcoins will also be erratic, depending on how bitcoin moves. If bitcoin crashes more then altcoins crash even more. If bitcoin is big bullish altcoins will go down because bitcoin dominance is bigger. Just need to wait for bitcoin to stabilize and dominance decline to expect altcoins to be pumped up again.
10  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Are we gradually approaching towards the end of Bitcoin? on: June 30, 2022, 01:54:43 PM

If it is said that this will be near the end of bitcoin, then how in the past when bitcoin crashed worse than today. right now BTC is still in the $20k price area and this is still very high. The decline will definitely occur, after that the bull market will come back, we just need to be patient and prepare cold money to buy bitcoin and some supporting altcoins.
11  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: An alternative to gambling with money. on: June 30, 2022, 04:24:07 AM
Although the original idea behind the creation of such apps was to provide a platform were individuals can practice their betting skills without loosing money before actually gambling with real money, i still find it useful to those trying to quit because they keep loosing money.

What is your opinion on Fake money gambling apps, do you recognize the potential I think they have to assist in reducing the number of gamblers who loose real money?
We are gambling for thrills, to have fun, and to be entertained, let's admit it real gambling is costly and the thrill you're getting from gambling knowing that you bet for money is what we intended to have, I used to try free tokens to try out one casino but I'm not getting the thrill I wanted comparing if I'm betting for money.

These apps are a big help for those who want to try out their own methods and test themselves to become better at gambling but gamblers will not shift from betting true money to fake money gambling apps.
The sensation will be different. I often play gambling with FUN tokens but the taste is different from real money so I think we will compare it differently and feel less passionate about the adrenaline.
Even though we switched to the gambling application in the test I think we want to stop then it's not a good way and if they are still in the application to play it still definitely ends up coming back to real money gambling, the most important thing is self-limitation and self-control not to be affected Again, it is difficult to stop immediately but with some methods we can do it.

Although the Test Gambling application with fake money is less adrenaline, it is good enough as a solution for those who just want to have fun without spending their real money. this is suitable for those with the type of Casual Social Gamblers.
Casual Social Gamblers
Casual social gamblers gamble for recreation, sociability and entertainment. For them, gambling may be a distraction or a form of relaxation. Gambling does not interfere with family, social or vocational obligations. Examples of such betting are the occasional poker game, Super Bowl bets, a yearly trip to Las Vegas and casual involvement in the lottery.
A casual, social gambler is much more common than a professional player. A casual gambler may stop in a casino from time to time, spending a moderate amount of money on slots or blackjack and then head home at the end of the night. They might also join friends for a fantasy football league or Friday night poker game.

For the casual, social gambler, the act is not about the strong desire to win. This type of gambler is interested in spending time with friends, meeting new people and engaging in some rest and relaxation to relieve stress.

The casual, social gambler is comparable to a social drinker. A social drinker may head to the bar after work some days, but the experience is more about socializing with similar people to de-stress. Alcohol, or gambling, in this case, is not the primary focus.

About Self-Limitation and Self-Control when gambling, of course, not all gamblers can apply it, Only those who are serious and consider gambling as a good income can exercise control. Most gamblers who just like to gamble ignore all the rules or restrictions, so gambling will only make them broke and stressed.
12  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: To build your Professionalism on casino on: June 30, 2022, 03:17:26 AM
While the rules and principles that you provided are the ideal attitude when it comes to gambling, everything is all easier said than done especially if you are the one suffering from addiction already. When a person suffers from it, they tend to forget all their morals and principles since what matters to them is that they are satisfied with their bets.

Though these principles are really useful and supportive in nature, I just hope that gamblers snap and realize that they are indeed suffering from one. Most of the time, they deny that they are suffering from addiction in the first place.

If you have an addiction, it will be difficult to get rid of or gambling is only done because of the desire to continue to win regardless of how many losses you experience. this would indeed be dangerous. The basic principles for building professionalism in casinos will never happen.

This addiction disorder like this is also called Gambling Disorder or also known as Compulsive Gambling by having the behavior or urge to continue gambling even though you have to sacrifice a lot of property and sacrifice your own life. Behavior like this will be very dangerous for psychology, finance and social life.
13  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: "I'll wait for the dip!" - The Crypto Noob Cycle on: June 30, 2022, 02:54:53 AM
A cycle that will never end, this is because it does not use technical analysis, if you use technical analysis the limits of support will be visible, so you can wait for the price to drop to the lowest price.

In the end, every time they wait for a decline that never ends, they will throw away in vain, make a Cut loss because their psychology will be disturbed and say "sell before it goes deeper".
14  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: When to take profit? on: June 29, 2022, 04:17:07 PM

In 2021, I saw many Altcoins and Quick Pump and Dump techniques. One of the best strategy someone told me was to invest like $100 and take your initial investment out once it doubles.
If you talk about Bitcoin, you should focus on the long term and not take out your initial, instead buy the bottoms or at least DCA for some weeks when the price drops below 70%.
For altcoins and shitcoins, you can follow my above-mentioned technique. Smiley

Following the practice of quick pum and dump is the same as gambling, you can get 100% profit in an instant, or lose it in an instant. This practice is even banned in several countries because in reality it is very detrimental to those who join, only the owner of the pump and dump channel benefits.
Bitcoin is indeed very suitable for long-term investment, and where to stop to take profits depends on the initial strategy, what is the target price you want to achieve. Because some traders are not disciplined so the strategy does not go according to plan.
Taking profits is very simple, sell when you are profitable, but how much profit you want, don't be too greedy.
15  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Traders Stop Being Greedy. on: June 29, 2022, 03:25:08 PM
I had to watch my whole wealth washing away due to my greed during the past years. The saddest thing is that I have never realized my profits to buy anything for my family or myself. But that was a learning phase anyway, mistakes and wrongdoings lead you to a new line of victories. Never ever do the same mistake.  Wink

mistakes in the past being the best teacher, an experience that should really make us able to avoid the same problem. It takes several tries to avoid the same problem, every trader has their own strategy, but what is certain is that avoiding losses is something that must be done. We also have to have control over the trades that are being made, lest the traders only get losses.
16  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: How to avoid crippling losses when trading? on: June 29, 2022, 02:33:19 PM
People especially newbie ignore this stuff. Their goal is to have huge profit so they often tend to risk a huge percentage of their portfolio. They don't think about any risk and just think of the outcome if the market favors their side. They will just realize their mistake when their portfolio is more than 50% down.

Learning those strategies requires strong discipline to control their emotion which is the most important for me to avoid huge loss in trading. Even experts sometimes forget their trading strategy because of greed.
That type of struck and "do not get out of your way for no reason" mindset is not an easy one, of course it is not impossible but it is not an easy one neither, that takes a while for most people and we should not be hoping for something like that anytime soon neither.

I believe that the best thing we could do is learning how to make mistakes, and learning why we made those mistakes and then trying to make those mistakes again. I know that it is not going to be a simple thing to just go out and make mistakes because it is our money we are talking about if we lose, but without that, we are going to just try to profit and involuntarily make mistakes which will be much worse.

mistakes in the past being the best teacher, an experience that should really make us able to avoid the same problem. It takes several tries to avoid the same problem, every trader has their own strategy, but what is certain is that avoiding losses is something that must be done. We also have to have control over the trades that are being made, lest the traders only get losses.
17  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: [New Session 2022/2023] Premier League Prediction Thread on: June 29, 2022, 12:49:07 AM
Fierce competition in the English league this time between Man City and Liverpool.
Currently the highest point acquisition is still occupied by Man City with 93 points and Liverpool 92 points, only 1 point different. It will be very easy to catch up. These two clubs are competing to be the winner in the 2022 Premier League.

This is not even the first time that Man City and Liverpool are in tight competition. In the 2013/2014 English League season, the two clubs also showed each other their expertise in managing the round skin. and similar conditions also repeated in the 2018/2019 season. this is the third time these two clubs have competed.

Premier League 2022 standings

18  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Italian League Prediction Thread (Serie A) on: June 29, 2022, 12:33:35 AM
We all know that he doesnít have too many things left to achieve in his career. But he has reached the end of his career. It is going to be really better for him if he is able to achieve as much as he can in these times.
Yep, he is at the end of his career. He may plan to retire after he reached 40+. So, it is time to play in another new league. If Bayern seriously makes an offer to him, I am sure Ronaldo will be happy to accept it. Moreover, Bayern is one of the strongest clubs in the world that always plays in UCL competition every season.

the only right choice right now is Bayern Munich, because Ronaldo is really obsessed with the Champions League and English clubs like Liverpool, Manchester City, Chelsea, Tottenham and even Manchester United don't compete in the champions league.

Other rumors circulating about Ronaldo's new PSG project are also not suitable.

Bayern Munich actually has no interest in buying ronaldo, but Jorge Mendes as CR7 agent asked questions about buying ronaldo for next season. Suddenly Bayern looked confused when offered ronaldo. Jorge Mender also emphasized that if an agent offers Ronaldo, don't look at his age, but look at his performance.

It's just a rumor stage and it's normal to talk about Ronaldo. We are waiting for a direct statement from Cristiano Ronaldo CR7.
19  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What can 1 Bitcoin buy in your country? on: June 28, 2022, 04:32:38 PM
1 btc is a small amount if you look at my past transaction history.
Even to be able to buy a motorbike I had to pay around 5btc when the btc price was around $400 in early 2016.

All New Honda CB150R 2016 price $1855 ( Rp. 27.500.000 )

and that's a pretty big deal if you look at the current bitcoin price. 1btc can even buy 10 motorbikes like the one I bought in 2016 or even more.
I also bought several houses with btc and of course btc can make what I want, as long as we want to keep trying and not give up under any circumstances.
20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: 8 months low, no better time than now. on: June 28, 2022, 03:59:59 PM
It should also be noted that it is not only bitcoin that is currently in a declining position but the entire sector. Stock markets and the world economy are in critical times. then that is also the cause of all sectors experiencing a decline. and the anti bitcoin began to use this opportunity to spread fud against bitcoin.
Yes, the whole economy is going through tough times not just the crypto market.

Always will be, when bitcoin is at its peak and keeps hitting new ATH they say the bitcoin bubble is about to burst and when bitcoin goes down they start singing that bitcoin will go to zero and it will die soon. All this will never stop, as long as bitcoin exists they will always find excuses to spread that lie.

and the fact that is happening today, those who are anti-bitcoin are also secretly investing in crypto. Creating FUD is just a manipulative job to lower the price of bitcoin and buy it cheap. We've been through several periods where bitcoin is always hit with FUD which causes bitcoin to crash to the lowest price, and then we definitely know, bitcoin will return to the highest price and action to take profits will occur.
This cycle will keep repeating itself.
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