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321  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: When Bitcoin will become fungible like Monero? on: August 28, 2016, 03:43:15 PM
If the Alphabay is crashed by the police, will the Monero price drop a lot?
I think Monero is good for anonymous transaction, not for bad usage.
322  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Can Bitcoin make Banks disappear? on: August 13, 2016, 09:30:15 AM
Bitcoin can not make banks disappear there are lot of reasons for this to not happen. The main is limited supply of Bitcoin and value of it the higher the value is the lesser people (common people) will use it. Bitcoin will exist but we will see no competition between banks and Bitcoin and they will work hand in hands in future. Banks provide a large range of services which Bitcoin can not offer due to its nature and complexity which is advantage for banks.

I believe the banks will adopt the bitcoin if doing business with bitcoin is more profitable. i will also use banks which deal with bitcoin.
323  Economy / Speculation / Re: BUY or SELL bitcoins ? What you prefer ? on: July 30, 2016, 02:09:18 PM
I think we will see some stability in the coming weeks, the pumps and dumps are decreasing with the time.

We already have some sort of stability at this moment. In other markets this would still be considered volatility, but for Bitcoin it's actually quite stable. Enjoy this for as long as it takes as I believe it won't last for a few more months.

The price of bitcoin is similar to the price 30 days ago. It is quite usually for it. Maybe people are trading the Ethereum now.
ethereum trading is on fire right now thats true, though it is sad to see that some altcoin can attract that much volume from bitcoins, i hope that it will come back pretty soon

The Ethereum trading volume has reduced a bit, but it is still very popular. Some bitcoin holders are into it now.
324  Economy / Speculation / Re: BUY or SELL bitcoins ? What you prefer ? on: July 16, 2016, 10:01:12 AM
The price is increasing slowly. Its taking a long time to grow very bigger soon. If you are in need of money indeed now then can go for selling what you have. The price is stable between $600 to $750. I wish the price should go over to $900.
What time do you expect to see it happens?
I think that we may witness 1000$ before 2017,i actually predict that btc price will cross 1000 usd in december,and then it will get back to 900usd or something close to it.
And what a reason make you confidence bitcoin price will cross 1000$ in december, seeing halving has passed in couple days make me lost hope to dream can see bitcoin price would touch $1000.

The next catalyst for the bitcoin price rise is the introduction of the Segregated Witness to the main net.
325  Economy / Speculation / Re: BUY or SELL bitcoins ? What you prefer ? on: June 30, 2016, 05:58:09 PM
I am a novice, just last month to buy bitcoin, I do not intend to sell this year, because I want to hold a long.

It is a very wise opinion. From the past history, if you do not buy the bitcoin during a big bubble, the price always rises.
326  Economy / Speculation / Re: BUY or SELL bitcoins ? What you prefer ? on: June 16, 2016, 04:44:32 PM
I prefer buying right now because of the good future that the bitcoin has with all its risings that are upcoming.
In fact its rising right now so you better should be fast..

I will do the same. Not many people know about the bitcoin. The price is still very low. When it is used more, the price will rise.
327  Economy / Speculation / Re: BUY or SELL bitcoins ? What you prefer ? on: May 31, 2016, 08:41:14 AM
I think that buying will be much better than selling it will be wasted if you are selling now and that is because it is going to rise in the future and that would be nice for the people with already Bitcoin.
There are now this time a lot of people that is holding and it is nice to see that they are not greedy and just have patience for it.

Buying is good but everyone cannot afford to buy at current price, some of them even would have sold some of their coins when it crossed $500 mark.

The current price is a rise of $100 over the past month, but it is still low compared to the price in a few years.
328  Economy / Speculation / Re: BUY or SELL bitcoins ? What you prefer ? on: May 18, 2016, 08:25:59 PM
this no time to sell bitcoin, it is only the time to buy and hodl bitcoin.

the price will soon skyrocket out of control, it can only stay low for so long before bursting out.

This is not the right time to sell for sure, either buy it and hold it for next couple of months or years, and sell when you are satisfied with the price.

Selling is not good at all, due to the fact the bitcoin has such a good future a head its just not smart, I think if you have a lot of bitcoins you can better hold it for a long time.

If you really short of money and want to buy things, it is better to spend the bitcoin directly, not to sell it.
329  Economy / Speculation / Re: BUY or SELL bitcoins ? What you prefer ? on: May 03, 2016, 07:49:58 AM
I always prefer to buy bitcoin as an investment. For me, when I have to sell that means I have an emergency need to liquidate my assets. And that is never preferred over holding my assets.

That is right. I hold most of my bitcoin. I only use it when I need to buy something. Spending bitcoin is good for adoption.
330  Economy / Speculation / Re: BUY or SELL bitcoins ? What you prefer ? on: April 15, 2016, 08:46:13 AM
I honestly prefer selling of course but in fact right now is not the right time to do this because of the profit you can make with it later.
The halving will let the price rise for sure so I would now buy a lot of bitcoins to later make a lot of profit with the halving.


Yeah, the price has been a little high since the last days of 2015..of course if we buy bitcoin last years price drop, I think it would really be the right time to sell it now... But if you are into profit higher than you could gain right now, better wait atleast 2 more months..

I think the bitcoin price will rise in May or June. That is just before the halving. The price will be around $520.
331  Economy / Digital goods / Re: Potential full member account on: April 09, 2016, 02:33:28 PM
Can we negotiate the price in the PM?
332  Economy / Speculation / Re: is it time to sell? on: March 29, 2016, 08:02:11 AM
It is time to buy now.

MIT has announced the creation of a Bitcoin Developer Fund that aims to support the work of Gavin Andresen, Wladimir van der Laan, and Cory Fields Ė the three leading developers of the Bitcoin Core project, who joined MIT Media Labís Digital Currency Initiative last year.

http://www.econotimes.com/MIT-Announces-$900k-Bitcoin-Developer-Fund-185504
333  Economy / Speculation / Re: is it time to sell? on: March 04, 2016, 09:37:07 PM
Bitcoin is still in the early stages, so the price is low. If you want to trade the ranges, it is OK, but do not sell all coins.
334  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Can i Mine with a dual core CPU? on: February 20, 2016, 04:18:51 PM
Mining with processor is such waste of money and power!
Those i7 processors are not cheap, and you can destroy them for a few moneros?!

I7 processor is not the one to be used for mining. If you want to mine Monero, buy a cheap processor with AES_NI support.
335  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Can i Mine with a dual core CPU? on: February 07, 2016, 10:42:44 AM
I really wanted to do this but I don't wanna wreck my pc.
Also noone really suggests I guess.

If you know how to undervolt your CPU and underclock it, it will not wrieck your PC. But it is not profitable anyway.
336  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Can i Mine with a dual core CPU? on: January 26, 2016, 11:50:00 AM
If you want to mine on your cpu a cryptonote coin and then converting it to bitcoin might be your best bet.
However don't expect to make more then a few cents worth unless you use your gpu or a high end cpu.

For cryptonote coin mining, you have to have a powerful CPU, with AES-NI support. Otherwise, it is too slow.
337  Economy / Speculation / Re: BUY or SELL bitcoins ? What you prefer ? on: January 12, 2016, 07:46:13 PM
I prefer to watch market. And buy if price is low. These days, price is fluctuating just a little bit, but there are good opportunities to buy low and sell high. I do not want for price like $1000. This is not good strategy. Bitcoin must move.

The price is within a range, so it is possible to buy low and sell high. But we do not know when the price will rise suddenly.
338  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Noteable altcoins? on: January 01, 2016, 08:14:33 PM
I am looking for noteable altcoins to look into what other implementation of software there is out there. Among the thousands of altcoins, I was hoping at least a few would stand out and have some interesting implementations code wise that could be used as future sidechain concepts.

I know of Ethereum, which is however not Bitcoin code based, which wont fit my need. I am also familiar with Namecoin, which is the direction I am looking for other reimplementations at. Please dont spam me with a copy/paste coin as I am not here to invest, but just curious about the technicalities of alt-codes.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1037244.0 Credits
Side chain Altcoin.. Can be claimed from BTC without spending it.


Credits has very active developers. It is first proof of deposit coin and works well. But it is never hypered.
339  Economy / Speculation / Re: BUY or SELL bitcoins ? What you prefer ? on: December 20, 2015, 10:54:12 AM
I always buy and mine bitcoins. I never sold any. I just use the bitcoin. I buy things with bitcoin.
340  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Can i Mine with a dual core CPU? on: December 13, 2015, 08:25:27 PM
You can mine bitcoin with CPU. But that is just for hobby. The cost of electricity is much more than the bitcoin you will mine. I do not know if you can find a pool to accept CPU miner.
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