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1  Economy / Services / Re: Gamdom.com Signature Campaign(up to 100$)(Users can wd no kyc) on: January 31, 2022, 05:59:46 PM
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2  Economy / Services / Re: [OPEN] Blackjack.fun Signature Campaign | Up to $80/wk | Rate Increase on: January 10, 2022, 05:38:39 PM
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3  Economy / Services / Re: [OPEN] Blackjack.fun Signature Campaign | Up to $75/wk | Update New Sig Code on: December 23, 2021, 04:25:35 PM
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4  Economy / Services / Re: [OPEN] FortuneJack.com | Holiday Sig Campaign | 1 Week ~ 30x Hero/Leg ~ $100 on: December 23, 2021, 04:16:46 PM
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5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: USDT or BNB? on: December 17, 2021, 07:40:02 PM
On Binance Smart Chain (BEP20), the fee is much more lower, BNB and USDT are both on BSC, the fee also is both low and should be the same.

This is why alot of users are moving to Binance Smart Chain. It even cuts across the binance pegged BUSD which is even zero charge or less than nothing when moving it from binance to some apps like the Trust wallet. On the contrary, the high fees of bitcoin and ethereum withdrawals is nothing to write home about. The high charges makes you conclude that traders and investor's concerns are not considered at all.
BNB is the way hands down. USDT to me still seems a little unstable and considering the law case, personally I try to stay away from it whenever possible. BNB is the coin leading BSC, so I can only imagine it will increase in popularity. For sure, there are other stable coins representing other blockchains but seems like BNB is still the largest to this day.

DOT is also another one to my view to keep an eye out because the parachain layer 1 solution is going to be huge, with more projects soon building on it. You only need to take a look at the Polkadot Master Ventures VC found to get an idea of what's coming.
6  Economy / Gambling / Re: Blackjack.fun | 0.28% House edge | Live tables | Baccarat |Slots| InstantWithraw on: December 17, 2021, 07:30:00 PM

Reading and considering all of the feedback from the players is a great approach. Everyone sees the improvement that you did guys.
Remembered up on how this casino started which we could really say that no one really pays attention to it and now we are seeing different thing.

They havent given up on running up the business and listening on what the community had been suggesting and implement it out on the site

which im not really surprised that they are getting some significant recognition and even into their marketing which it did
really becomes even more bigger.

There generous daily and weekly wagering contest plus free roll blackjack table really attracts new player to play. Only few is participating this time so there's a high that you can have a spot on leader board once you play hard.

Me myself was surprised too since only Blackjack is there only game the first time I play on there website but now they add different games from different game provider.
Generous on promotions plus having those attractive offers do usually get hooked lots of people/players which it isnt surprising.They should maintain

it and would really be able to make themselves more popular as we do go ahead.This could really go toe to toe with other popular sites if this one

would become more bigger. They shouldnt stop on being aggressive with marketing and of course wont really be stopping on giving exciting and
good promotions.
Speaking of promotions it would be interesting to see what types of promos and bonuses the row of casinos will have to attract players over the festive season.
I bet really good once can entice almost anyone. Haven't yet seen many that were that attractive but I suppose it is still early with them likely appear next week. This casino per say has had some good promos in general so it would be interesting to see what the'll come up with  Grin
7  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: What did you learn about crypto trading? on: December 17, 2021, 06:56:24 PM
I learned and also getting good profit from Trading. 1. I learned from trading. first, you should research that project. if you got good information. Then invest and get profit
2. If you want to buy any token. you should buy in dip because the dip is good opportunity. 3 If you are in loss Then you should keep patience because patience plays important role in trading
With crypto trading there are a few things one learns by experience. Of the few useful things to learn and utilise are stop-loss, market research to understand what's the trend like, paying attention to news outlets, and never be FUD-ed by the news - always act of own accord which should be based one the research conducted. Lastly, take profit when you can and if you get too greedy take the responsibility for it.
8  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: "Only invest an amount you can afford to lose" on: December 17, 2021, 05:10:32 PM
Exactly, when we invest with an amount that we think we will lose or lose, it will make us always optimistic and don't care about falling market conditions, investors who expect big profits because they invest with everything they have, so when they see a red market, they immediately sell in panic. .
It is all a mind game, and knowing which projects you invest helps a lot. It takes a lot of effort but knowing that you invested in a project that did several x from its price leave one with a massive room for market down.

One example of this for instance is the recent project launched last week, MetaVPad. It's running on a hot trending theme of the Metaverse and it did a crazy return. This is the type of investment you can be sure to be +ve even during market corrections
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: The future of NFTs on: December 16, 2021, 10:51:19 PM
I don’t know about you, but it looks like we’re in the ICO stage (2017) stage of NFTs. Quick cash grabs, high floor prices, etc.

Beyond art, I see so many other applications for NFTs. Example: Michael Jordan creating a fan engagement platform with NFTs, companies like 4K turning physical goods into NFTs to leverage, music platforms that sell NFTs to redeem for experiences, etc.

What other applications do you guys see for NFTs?
NFTs are definitely picking up in the crypto trend. Great few examples of this is how NFTs are now intrinsic of the play to earn game mechanics, how NFTs are generally used as blockchain-stamped proof of asset ownership, and more recently as collateral for lending/borrowing.

However, with all of these models in place I'm not convinced that we're there yet to really use the power of NFTs. One limiting factor for this is of course the technology as most traditional NFTs are minted on Ethereum where the fees can be substantial.

So, the way I view it NFTs do have a place, they do have a bright future and I think we're just touching the tip of the iceberg.
10  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Lost Bitcoin a donation to everyone on: December 16, 2021, 07:46:04 PM
I read on lost Bitcoin today on the coin telegram on the topic of lost Bitcoin and I stopped to wonder what benefits the lost Bitcoin are to every holder, there is no gainsaying how much Bitcoin we have all lost due to one reason or the other some to a wrong address I hard of a guy that lost the private key to a wallet holding about 13,000 Bitcoin and wants to ask should we take such accidents as a donation to Bitcoin holders?

In a way donated Bitcoins in this manner acts as a positive force on demand, as the lost amount can be considered a burn - a token mechanic used by many projects these days to increase the scarcity of their token and boost token value.

There isn't much of an option if you lost your Bitcoin but to accept the fate and consider it gone or donated to the ecosystem. It is frustrating for the user but there's nothing else one can do to recover the funds, so might as well accept it.
11  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Fast place/cancel trades question on: December 16, 2021, 06:39:35 PM
You can't get an exact answer as to why but if the pattern is every second and it repeats so hard that it becomes impossible to do it manually then it is a bot but what is the reason behind doing it?

 - Price manipulation: Sometimes a lot of fake buy and sell orders are created to affect the price.
 - Trading strategy: to test a certain point, so if it is not achieved, the position will be closed.
 - Swing trading: bots are characterized by speed and sometimes the differences between trading pairs are profitable.
 - Technical error: Not likely, but if it is rare, it may be.

There may be other reasons.
Yes, exactly. There can be many reasons why the bot is always taking second place in order books. As pointed out above, this could be simple price manipulation or price testing. Since, these are very technical gimmicks that only a handful know, we can only speculate.

What's certain is that nobody is manually doing any of this and I suppose the take home message is that you it is not your manual limitation - it is set up in a manner to always follow a specific pattern.

Best to do is be aware and if possible use a different exchange so you don't get caught up in this manipulation.
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: WHEN DO YOU BUY BITCOIN? on: December 15, 2021, 10:55:48 PM
There is an interesting thing that I can't explain but I will get the idea to buy bitcoin on the W-shaped chart Smiley).  Lol, I like it better because people still buy in low quantity to accumulate.  For bitcoin, it is highly focused on accumulation, while for big risk, it gives a greater advantage to the rest.  Not when to buy, but when you're ready and prepared.
Buying and asset like Bitcoin is not all about price. It depends on funds available and the reason for investing.

Indeed when the price dumps there's a tendency to buy more Bitcoin. On the other hand, when Bitcoin starts having a rally, some people will also be inclined to buy just before 'popping off'. So, there might be some psychology involved and generally only the long-term investors buy when there are price dumps with noobs buying at the top...
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Do you think it is safe to buy coins that are only listed on one small exchange? on: December 15, 2021, 08:55:06 PM
If you want to trade, my advice is to choose to trade on a large altcoin exchange, which also has a lot of potential and popularity, whereas if you trade on a small exchange, the limit provided is also limited and that's certainly not far from the risks we face, it could even be losing the money you have.
Trading coins listed on small exchanges is also having many advantages like
1. It is a High risk high reward investment
2. Only a little capital is needed to invest in the project
3. Small investment can lead to extravagant results
4. Profit to loss ratio is also very good
5. If the token get listed at a major exchange then it can give handsome returns

So after looking at these advantages it seems that investing in the small tokens can be rewarding. The risk are also very high if investing big chunks of your portfolio into a single token which isn't that popular.
First, it depends on how small the exchange is, and second, if it is a popular exchange. Also, if there's only a series of these exchanges or just one. In a way, with some exchanges like Apeswap can be alright but whether it will do well or not also depends on various features regrading the project itself.

Listings on major exchanges does often come with big players where there's a lot of tokens in circulation so dumps are unavoidable, so it can have its advantages. While listing only on small exchanges can be a sign of weakness for a project - considering that teams often aim to have their project listed in the best places possible. To me it often seems like the latter, but this is my conservative approach and can't say that it didn't do me well.
14  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Do you have any favorite superstititions when trading crypto on: December 15, 2021, 07:42:26 PM
Do you have any favorite superstitions when trading crypto
like for example if you get off the bed on the right side of the bed, your coins won't dump
wearing this color shirt keeps your portfolio in the green


I do have one and it's interesting by the way.

I don't know you call it superstitions  or whatever but Every time I buy a coin, it price go down. However when i I sell the coin, its prices go up.   Sad
It happens to all of us. It is not superstition it is just how it is. I bet you don't notice all these times when it does go up, or the profit you earn by holding through.

And speaking of superstitions - I never was a big fan of them. I sort of rely on following my instincts and market trends. That seems to be good enough for now Grin
15  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Learn to laugh even if Bitcoin is crashing on: December 15, 2021, 07:13:30 PM
for people who have lived in the crypto world for a long time, people who have tasted the salt in bitcoin, they all don't feel panicked at all, they will definitely be happy, because bitcoin is the only asset that can be trusted, ups and downs are ready normal thing, I'm pretty sure everyone on this forum must be great people, people who really understand bitcoin..
You're right that the long-term holders that can call themselves early crypto-adopters will find this normal. It is normal.

You can't have green all the time, you're expected to see a downtrend in order to allow for greater growth. Considering all that's happening outside of the crypto world, with countrys' economies being on halt, inflation through the roof the crypto market is doing pretty well. The red we're seeing is nothing in comparison to the real world finance
16  Economy / Gambling / Re: Very immoral marketing strategy. on: December 15, 2021, 05:40:30 PM
Why do you care? Are they forcing you to wager your money? Did they put a gun on your head? No. Whoever is falling for that scam and wagers more that he could afford to lose deserves to lose that money.
People will try anything, no matter how ridiculous it may seem. There are always a few people who fall for these scams.

In the end, the only way to truly prevent these from happening is not by censoring, because in the end this is a democratic, open world but by raising awareness so that people can educate themselves, even if they're new comers or simply want to get involved etc

So, as long as nobody is forcing anyone it is a free, open and democratic choice that each of us has. We each can decide to either support this or not...
17  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Exactly how does BTC development go on, if the current group all quits or dies? on: December 14, 2021, 11:30:34 PM
The official BTC source code is currently updated by a group of Devs who contribute to the open source Bitcoin project.

Exactly how does BTC development continue if the current group all quits or dies?
(For example) Who takes over the ghost ship if COVID and the next 19 variants get a lot worse?



Edit: Updated based on early responses:
Technically Bitcoin development stops if all the dev's stop or leave....


Thank you, now we are very close to the exact topic: A small group of core devs actually release the code, who takes over if they are gone?
It is an interesting question to think about. While abandonment of Bitcoin maintenance could happen if something catastrophic was to take place like an alien invasion or something similar, the likelihood of it happening is low. This is because as long as Bitcoin is valuable and it's worth more than $0 people are going to try to use it in whichever way they can be it through mining, consensus etc.

Bottom line is as long s there is value associated with Bitcoin the above scenario is. highly unlikely to take place.
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Is Musk the boss behind SHIB? on: December 14, 2021, 10:12:42 PM
Elon Musk has made speculative posts many times. With the DOGE issue, Musk made enough money and now he needed new material. I think Musk will have an impact on Shiba and many other coins in the future. We must be very careful in the face of these speculative movements.
Well, as long as Musk tweets or talks about any coin that coin is going to pump. It was seen even today when he tweeted about DOGE, and also interviewed saying how DOGE is more liquid in transactions that BTC and in that respect being more useful for large volume transactions. Mommnets after the news came out the meme coin spiked like 20%.

So, as long as Musk can say something about any coin it seems that the coin can inflate quite rapidly.

But is he behind SHIB? I doubt he's got the time for it
19  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: The reason why investors often lose money on: December 14, 2021, 10:06:46 PM
It is not fair to assume that all investors will face cryptocurrency trading losses. Only those investors who have limited knowledge and previous experience face losses in trading only. And all the experienced and knowledgeable investors who are in the state never face any loss.
That's your wrong assumption, why say a broad experienced investor will never lose, all investors almost experience it, the market price will not be easily guessed by anyone even if it's a long time expert in the cryptocurrency field but when the market suddenly becomes bearish who can avoid in this case?
All of them have their respective skills in every investor they do, it's just that the experienced will always anticipate any correction or resistance direction and of course if they continue to hold it can be said to be a loss but not completely and investors are more waiting for the price to recover normally.
Everyone will make mistakes not matter how experienced one is. There are times as an investor where things outside of your own control lead to losses, and it is normal, it is all part of the journey. While it is true that most of these losses occur during bear markets because everything else finds it so much more difficult to survive, there are also times when carelessness leads to losses even when in green markets.

All in all, everyone makes losses and these losses can occur at any time, even for experienced investors as mistakes are liable at every stage of any investment.
20  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Is the market going to dump like that 2018? on: December 14, 2021, 08:15:02 PM
If the price follows the previous approach, a correction will occur by 60% to 90% during the next 12 months, specifically in less than 4 months, which is an ideal opportunity to buy after determining where is the top and new ATH that the price will reach to determine to what extent the price will collapse.



Therefore, assuming the price collapse is due to the insanely high price assumption. If the price does not rise, this means that we will settle in the range of 30k to 70k for several years.

So, if the price break 100k then we will have new price above of 20k at any case which is good for long term hodling to 1M.



Anyone who wants to hold Bitcoin for more than 10 years should not worry about current changes.


Interesting visual that highlights how with every halving Bitcoin has done more than a doubling. The concept is clear, anyone looking to hold Bitcoin for more than 5 years should not worry about the small bumps on the long road as these are temporary - history has shown that this is the case.

In a way, I like how reassuring this is for long-term holders and making the short-term traders aware of the possible scenario we may descend into for the next few months.
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