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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Re: [OPEN] Need Discord Moderators + Marketing people who have experience with NFT on: September 26, 2021, 09:01:24 AM
Payment will be made using the choice of yours including in BTC.
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / [OPEN] Need Discord Moderators + Marketing people who have experience with NFT on: September 26, 2021, 03:16:42 AM
Payment upto $2000 on successful Presale (10% sale)
Payment upto $10,000 on successful Public sale (100% sale)

All payment will be done via smart contract (All of your addresses will be included in smart contract itself which will send you payments to build trust among team members)

Position available: 3 Moderators (Discord Moderators)
                           1 Social Media Marketing Experts (Extra bonus available for this position)

Tasks for Social Media Marketing Experts:
1. Help to develop strategy for our presale
2. Plan Daily promotional Activities with other Core Team members
3. Overlook giveaway and keep record of entries
4. Assign daily task to moderators.
5. Also help with discord moderation

Tasks for Social Media Marketing Experts:
1. Be available for support in our discord channel for atleast 6 hours per day for next 3 weeks atleast to finish our presale
2. Follow daily task assigned by SMM and Core team members
3. Complete the task done form on completion of their duties everyday.

Please PM me and I will select few for meeting over discord. Thank you

3  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Crypto Currency VS Forex on: January 13, 2020, 02:48:38 AM
Looks like you are in your own bubble of thinking. Bitcoin is not clone from forex or not introduced by banks. It was created to revolutionize the financial market however banks and other institution that are involved with forex are now using cryptocurrency as tool to make more money by fooling others.

You have bitcoin address for donation with all the negative comment on cryptocurrency?😁😁
4  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: DEX(es) how should they work with FIAT on: December 22, 2019, 11:56:16 PM
Dex already support fiat-crypto trading in the form of stable coin but to cashout those stable coin you have to trust respective entities who have created those stable coins so it cant be trustless and fully decentralized. So called Government backed coin after launch will be just similar to existing stable coin with more regulation and they might even keep their blockchain private.

In future, i doubt even these dex will exist. They might be shut down by regulators just like how they busted coin mixers.
5  Economy / Exchanges / Re: Binance Singapore Blocks Withdrawals to Privacy-Focused Bitcoin Wallet on: December 22, 2019, 10:18:02 AM
Bitcoin mixing is one of the headace for regulators so they will impose restrictions on exchanges like binance or coinbase. This so called risk management is indirect statement from government to evryone who are trying to hide their wealth under the privacy blanket of blockchain which is just a myth these days with all those mandatory KYC for even small amount of $1000.
6  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: I would like your thoughts on: December 22, 2019, 06:29:48 AM
All updates have been made, everything is looking smooth. Thanks everyone!
What i would suggest you to do it is make your site more interactive with well designed landing page which wont cost you much where you can attach some video demo and make users aware about what they buying. Also include the sources of the data and who are the one that is analysing them with their expertise.

Also collaborating with crypto newsoutlets you can get more traffic in commision basis. If you need more marketing ideas for your product contact me.
7  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin Outclasses Other Cryptocurrencies as an Investment Option, Hereís Why on: December 22, 2019, 04:15:52 AM
There are basically three altcoins that had gain imense amount of attention during 2017 bull run namely ethereum, ripple and bitcoin cash.

Ethereum = got massive pump and dump because majority of ICO failed to deliver their promises and legal bullshit around ICO
Ripple = unlimited supply and major periodic dump by corporation behind this centralized crypto
Bitcoin cash = bitcoin's fork trying to solve fee issues but at backend few crypto billionaires trying to print more money out of thin air/bitcoin holdings

Bitcoin is actually base currency in crypto ecosystem and it will remain like this in future too as number of adopters and marketcap bitcoin have is massive compared to others
8  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: [ koinde.com] The another alternative of localbitcoins.com is it safe to trade? on: December 01, 2019, 11:44:13 AM
The only alternative to localbitcoins I have ever used is
https://paxful.com/
https://localcryptos.com/ (known before as localethereum)

Other than that its better to avoid if you are not looking for exchange between bitcoin and some specific local fiat.
9  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Can Bitcoin Be the Saving Grace for Ailing Banks? on: December 01, 2019, 09:19:45 AM
Crypto banks are on the rise, slowly but surely. Now that people are slowly transitioning to put their money in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies than in banks, it is clear that this is the future and no one can stop it. If these banks are still against it, they would be left behind.
Most of the crypto banks these days are attracting their customer through high returns on their saving which might got really low when there will be more people willing to lend their money to traders. Majority of borrower in those crypto lending platforms or wallets are traders who want funds to trade with leverage and are happy to pay high interest for short term loans, those loans are not like long term bank loans therefore those high interest rate can't stay for long time.

Crypto banks can or never will be able to provide similar long term loans as they can't compete with interest rate banks are providing.

However yes regulation will help crypto to get better adoption right now.
10  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Hard Wallet Privacy on: November 30, 2019, 05:34:57 AM
Also Coinbase or other exchange that provides you such variety of addresses will help you out on this situation.
In no way coinbase or other centralized exchange will help you to remain anonymous as almost all of them will have enough information that may lead up someone knocking at your door also if you think about nunber of data breaches in those platforms risk of getting your privacy blown out is very high.

Possible solution include use of multiple instant exchange platform that doesnt ask for verfication and sending those exchanged alt (eth) to multiple addresses (created as paper wallet) than using dex platforms to gain wrapped btc than exchanging it for real btc before sending it to one address. Also never use same computer/browser/ip/network in all of this exchanges.
11  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Dormant blockchain.com accounts? on: November 22, 2019, 05:37:52 AM
Blockchain will not touch it unless they change their terms of conditions for dormant accounts with less than 0.0000xxxx BTC will be closed and give owners ample time to move their funds somewhere else.
I dont think they will ever do that other than incase they lost the json files associated with every user account from their server which is quite unlikely.

Also when we have passpharse from blockchain can't we just move our addrress to another wallet provider?
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: What will be the alternate plan - second option on: November 21, 2019, 09:44:19 AM
By those instance what will be the choice of selection. Over which cryptocurrencies you'll plan to move your investments. I personally haven't got much of holding, if something happens against prediction only way is to move towards stablecoins.
Whatever coin you will hold during blood bath in crypto you will eventually loss alot as most of crypto will just follow the bitcoin trend and even get worse during bear market.

Look at ethereum it is near 200$ from $1000+ less than 20%
At the same time bitcoin around $8000 from $20,000 which is 40%

So its better to hold either btc or fiat at any time rather than holding alts bag.
13  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Will You Circumvent KYC if You Can? on: November 19, 2019, 07:48:42 AM
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Using Revolut on Bisq has given users an avenue through which they can improve privacy as the fast and convenient Revolut is virtual banking service.
Revolut is a registered company and are involved with financial activity so there is no way you can hide your a** under them, they have KYC in place and they also don't support every country.

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Bisq still stands out as the most popular  app for privacy-conscious users, as they do not need to supply information such as the userís name, a verification or the email ID. The platform has been described as a peer to peer routed through Tor.
Really do they have those features any source to verify it? From what I know they used to be known as bitsquare before and are still struggling to gain trading volume which is crucial for any trading platform. Another limitation they have is you need to download their own software to trade, they don't have any web version of their app.

Article is More likely a paid/free press release for Bisq  Grin
14  Economy / Exchanges / Re: Bitzee launched Bitcoin OTC exchange in INDIA. on: November 17, 2019, 05:37:55 AM
Isnt buying or selling bitcoin banned in india specially when you are using banking system?

Source: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Legality_of_bitcoin_by_country_or_territory
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Finance minister Arun Jaitley, in his budget speech on 1 February 2018, stated that the government will do everything to discontinue the use of bitcoin and other virtual currencies in India for criminal uses. He reiterated that India does not recognise them as legal tender and will instead encourage blockchain technology in payment systems.

Also no any banks can provide financial service to bitcoin exchanges or related businesses, so how you guys are operating there. Huh
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In early 2018 India's central bank, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) announced a ban on the sale or purchase of cryptocurrency for entities regulated by RBI.
15  Bitcoin / Legal / Re: Have You Paid Tax On Bitcoin? on: November 17, 2019, 04:55:44 AM
What is your country's policy on taxation on cryptocurrency? Secondly, have you used Bitcoin ATM before? I heard about Bitcoin ATM when they installed them at the Melbourne airport. Please share your experience on BTC ATM and taxation. https://www.cryptoinfowatch.com/irs-looking-at-tax-issues-linked-with-bitcoin/
In australia its pretty easy to deal with tax when you are earning crypto or trading it, you just have to pay normal income tax rate.

I have tried one bitcoin atm at melbourne central by auscoin but it keep on loading even after waiting for 15 min when i entered the code i have received on my phone.  Grin
Later on i heard that auscoin was flagged as scam and under investigation for money laundering and drug trafficking.
16  Economy / Exchanges / Re: Need sell on: November 14, 2019, 03:51:28 AM
if anyone can help text me on telegram @Bettingservice
Looks like he is trying to refer memebers towards his betting services like the telegram name suggest. Or he is one of the guy who got lucky on their bet and won the jackpot but dont know how to cashout those winning.

If bitcoin is legal in your country than make a quick google search, you will find some local exchanges and you can sell it without getting into trouble. If its illegal to trade bitcoin than exchange it for perfectmoney like unregulated payment processor and find people who are willing to buy PM for local fiat.  Wink
17  Economy / Exchanges / Re: Coinvex.org - New Bitcoin and Altcoin Exchange on: November 12, 2019, 11:52:20 PM
-Trading Fees 0.01% on Buy and Sells/Deposit and Withdraws are free!

We are also brand new, so please spread the word! We do understand that we are brand new and also doing this anonymously, so we do understand it may take some time to gain the trust of others here.
This https://coinvex.org/fees page showing different number 0.10%  Roll Eyes

Good luck on staying anonymous in cryptospace these days if you start to attract large volumes you will get attention from authorities. Also is their Any KYC or you guys are planning to provide service without any verification?


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To ensure withdrawals are successful, we will freeze the minimum balance
Does this mean some balance will be frozen in wallet that can't be withdrawn or it is withdrawal fee?
18  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Trading simulator about cryptocurrency on: November 12, 2019, 11:30:54 PM
Etoro provide practice account to trade without risking your money, not only crypto you can try different other financial assets with them but I really hate their fees on withdrawals when you are trading with real money.

Weltrade is another one that doesn't require verification and you can deposit with crypto, trade crypto in demo account for free and also support meta trader softwares.
19  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: What services are Bitcoin in need of? on: November 12, 2019, 10:34:02 PM
Combination of crypto lending + merchant payment system + Crypto Exchange

1. provide instant conversion of bitcoin/alts accepted by merchants to fiat and get it deposited straight to their bank account (option 1)
2. Provide some % fiat without converting crypto they have accepted if they want to profit from cryptorush (option 2)
3. Investors can profit by providing fiat to those merchants (which can be local investors with local fiat)
4. Merchants can also take short term loan directly from the fiat pool in the system if they have crypto in hand without doing any paperwork.
5. Merchants can start small co-operative type of saving within the system without meeting each other and provide the collected fund to other merchants who need it against their crypto.
6. Any merchants or investors from public can buy crypto straight from system with fiat they have in bank.
                    
20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What companies create portable cryptocurrency wallets? on: November 12, 2019, 03:52:05 AM
Some mobile companies are genuinely thinking about pre-installing a Cryptocurrency wallet that would be something that people could use and it would be secure too ,
Do you really think, anything pre-installed by any corporations this days can be trusted or secure? There are plenty of example of privacy rights violation involving mobile brands like HUAWEI. There might be backdoor on this so called secure cryptocurrency wallet through which government can take control over your coins if they suspect you being involved with anything illegal or even when you receive flagged coins for legal services you provide.

at the same time you should understand that you can opt for the hardware wallets which are made by various companies and the most trustable one is the Ledger which is primarily a French startup .
Even hardware wallets can be tempered on the way to you if you are buying from some third party services.

Most secure way to get offline wallet is old paper wallet, print it from offline computer + printer running paperwallet script in your newly formatted pc/laptop's browser.  Wink
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