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21  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Judge Orders Bitfinex to Turn Over Tether Loan Documents (Again) on: September 21, 2020, 04:20:49 PM
     Man, this is quite a dilemma for bitfinex. Imagine what the effects would be or what would happen with the whole crypto currency industry if bitfinex would ever lose this case. Just thinking about it makes my imagination go wild and scares me a lot. But at the same time though, I really cannot say that the people opposing bitfinex are entirely wrong. I mean, bitfinex is really quite shady. But maybe, just maybe, they really do have the assets to back those tether. If things like these happening makes small investors like me worry, imagine those who have invested a lot or most of their assets? That's just scary.
22  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Why has no-one done a crypto Ebay? on: September 21, 2020, 11:44:34 AM
     On the surface there may be some which are good but on the deep/dark web (I don't know the exact term) there actually quite a lot. But a lot of those are quite shady though. Despite the case, there are also good and legit ones there which may not be without fees as what you may mean, but actually better than ebay rates. Do take note though that the fees depend on the site or the type of items you want to sell/buy. Although I highly doubt that big illegal ones that sell illegal things are still freely operating if there are, then it would be hard to find. Anyways, just sharing. Hope it helps.
23  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: 22 Bitcoin interesting facts on: September 21, 2020, 10:32:37 AM
     Most of these facts I have already heard of or read from someone else or from various articles online. Even on some videos of people talking about crypto currency as a whole. But some I haven't seen yet and I am having a good time reading about these other facts that I have never encountered yet. Also those good responses from other members have great stuff too. It's never dull to learn something new everyday specially about things you like. In thus case, about Bitcoin. Smiley
24  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Exactly 10 years ago Someone did a transfer of 184M BTC on: September 14, 2020, 04:15:23 PM
     Well, this has happened in the past. At a tike when bitcoin is still in its young and starting phase. But even then, the bug problem was easily resolved by the responsible people behind the bitcoin's codes. Which is why I think that exploiting bugs as these if there are still any would be pretty hard. Although it may not he impossible, a person who'd pull off such a feat would be better off earning more in advertising his skills and getting jobs that would gain him better benefits.
25  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Newbee: Is bitcoin a real currency on: September 14, 2020, 02:48:48 PM
     Look op, the word currency has its very own definition. And bitcoin being called an online currency in this industry means that it fits the criteria of being a currency. It may not be the traditional currency that you are used to or accustomed to but it really is a currency online. It just so happens that it can also be called as a store of value like gold. Which is still pretty logical since bitcoin can really be used to store value. And in the past, gold has also been used as a currency. So yeah. That's how I understand it.
26  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Aviatrade accepting BTC as payment for $40 million Gulfstream private jet on: September 14, 2020, 12:35:43 PM
     It would be nice if it were "ONLY BUYABLE" with crypto currencies. But that would be irrational lol. Seriously though, it would be a better idea to out it in bidding and the only accepted bids would be crypto currencies. I can only imagine how fun it would be and how many silent whales would reveal themselves just to get a hold of this aircraft. Stil though, I think there would be ay least a few whales who would be interested in this aircraft.
27  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Points, Miles, Cash-back... Should we create similar systems in bitcoin? on: September 14, 2020, 11:44:42 AM
     I am all for new things happening to bitcoin and all that helps it get known to many more people who are unaware of this industry but the thing here though is that if you really try to understand what bitcoin is or how the people in this industry sees bitcoin and uses it, then you would see that it would be quite difficult for your suggestion to be realized. Just to be clear though, I am not against the idea, I just think that it is very unlikely to happen.
28  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: With this recent surge in BTC, is it possible to have all time high this year? on: September 14, 2020, 11:05:44 AM
     Well, it really isn't far from being plausible. I mean, naturally, people would expect that most of the investors would pull out their investments or people who have gotten interested in crypto currencies may have second thoughts on investing since it is in a time of pandemic; a time of need. But in the contrary, I think this would be quite positive for bitcoin since lots of people are losing jobs and looking for various ways to increase income while others are losing trust in fiat since inflation is waving almost every where. So I think it is possible to see an ATH before the year ends. But hey, in the end, these are all just speculations. Weigh everything clearly before investing.
29  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Betting on bitcoin against Central Bank Digital Currencies on: September 07, 2020, 07:59:08 PM
     Well, if you really think about it, bitcoin is the winner here if we talk about the long run. It's pretty logical since we can all see the flaws of the fiat we use wherever you are in the world. Although bitcoin has flaws of it's own, if you really are careful and if your country really does allow crypto currencies, then bitcoin truly is the better bet. But hey, that's just me and my view. Just saying that with the things happening in the world today, I trust bitcoins more than fiat.
30  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin in a good shape? on: September 07, 2020, 06:38:08 PM
     Lol. You clearly didn't check after you checked before. Haha. Seriously though, overall, I think the whole industry is in a good shape as of the moment and not just bitcoin. But if you ask me, I really do prefer the prices last 2 years ago. Nit that I don't like the good status of bitcoin today, it's just that it was quite fun playing with shit coins at those times and was a really good time to stash as much bitcoins as you can for upcoming price spikes.
31  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin fueling to launch to the moon anytime soon. on: September 07, 2020, 05:43:28 PM
     Well, people will always have their own say in just about anything and that includes bitcoin n itself. Even on other crypto currencies you see people shilling all around the internet. It is good to be positive about the price of bitcoin since it gives us hope but I suggest not betting on it too much if your only basis are previous trends or movements of bitcoin since we all know that bitcoin isn't that big in terms of following patterns or repeating past movements. Not saying it's dumb, just saying that being cautious if not a bad thing in this industry. -just an advice.
32  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Where did Satoshi Nakamoto ever compared Bitcoin to gold or digital gold? on: September 07, 2020, 03:21:26 PM
     You know what op, I really do not think that it matters that much to prove anything. Creation of bitcoin is good enough already, too bad though, satoshi couldn't stand with it and left it together with the responsibilities to other people. But despite so, the fact that he created bitcoin is enough reason to admire him and respect his decisions and views.

     And as what I remember in reading some of the words of satoshi, I never once seen or understood a sense of hate for the government itself. I mean, if any, I think he meant the taxes or the manipulation made by some governments or its officials for this reason. Bitcoin's creation, the way I understand satoshi's words, maybe an effort to help give people another option for their assets; to give an option in which they are in control.
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34  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Is Bitcoin such a big risk? on: August 31, 2020, 04:34:32 PM
     When it comes to money or any assets connected to money, there will always be a certain amount of risk in every choice you make whether investments or by just holding/maintenance. The only thing different is the level of risks. But even so, there are ways in minimizing risks depending on the situation. In the case of bitcoins, you can minimize risks by learning from the mistakes of others and doing a hell lot of time investing when it comes to learning more about bitcoins. The more you know the lesser the risks. Now, if just for the sake of comparison, fiat is safer despite the pandemic affecting the world since his industry cannot guarantee anything yet and is almost mainly based on speculations alone. That's my view. Hope it helps.
35  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Your keys, your bitcoin? on: August 31, 2020, 03:43:42 PM
     When i first heard about this news about California having this kind of law being passed, my first impression really was a positive one. I simply thought that it is nice having a new law regarding bitcoin which makes its name a bit more famous and would he recognized by more people. But when I read your post, I suddenly realized how scary the new law that the Californian's government has passed. I mean, a hell lot of things can go wrong with this law since it can be exploited in many ways. Man, I wish they had put more thought into this law before even passing it.
36  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: When Bitcoin Maximalists are Promoting/Shilling an Altcoin on: August 31, 2020, 12:29:14 PM
     Damn. This hypocrisy that these people are showing really make my cringe level shoot up to a hundred percent. I mean seriously, do they really think that people are so dumb to just believe their shilling attempts after all the trash they have said about it? Even if they were truly honest with what they are saying, it wouldn't matter since they already said a lot of crap about erc20. To top it off, they only started saying good things after they had coins under etherium in their possession. Damn. What a shame. All those years of gaining good reputation thrown away just for this.
37  Economy / Speculation / Re: History shows Bitcoin price may take 3-12 months to finally break $20K on: August 31, 2020, 11:51:38 AM
     Quite a good content you have there. To be honest, I really would love to believe such claims for it is highly convenient not just for me but for most of the people in this industry. However, as what we have seen all throughout the years, I believe that a lot would agree with me saying that bitcoins are not that easy to predict. And the reason as to why this is the case is because obviously, bitcoin n does not follow a specific order or pattern. Thus, using a pattern from the past to predict a bull run is not that good of strategy. Just saying.
38  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Blockchain solution for Pension system of Primary school teachers of Bangladesh on: August 24, 2020, 02:45:57 PM
     Ah, it is always so refreshing to hear any kind of good news that are related to the crypto currency industry. This year has really been heavy for a lot of us with all those calamities happening around the world plus the corona virus pandemic. Just wanna express how happy I am every time I see some good news here because it benefits my bags as well if good things continue happening for this industry. I hope that because of good news like this one, people who are wary of bitcoins or any other coins in this industry would start to open their minds for the innovation that this industry can offer to the world.
39  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Scam victims on: August 24, 2020, 01:43:28 PM
     I feel so sorry for you man. I really am. Because I think there really is too little of a chance (if there is any) for you to be able to get back all those losses. This is because I too learned the hard way. It just so happened that I am lucky enough to not lose as much as what you have lost plus loans. That's why I really wish everyone who are just about to enter this industry would really put in the effort to do a thorough research about this industry. Because things like these happening only make the crypto currency industry look bad for the general public. Im not saying literally that you didn't do enough research because in some cases people just get caught off guard but you really should have been cautious. I hope others may learn from your story and be cautious about everything in this industry. Because it never hurts to be too cautious. Id rather be called paranoid than to lose my assets again.
40  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Taxes on Bitcoins: Unreasonable or essential? on: August 24, 2020, 12:55:43 PM
     Well, what can I say? Greed is everything in this world. When it comes to greed, most of the people in this world would go to extreme lengths to satisfy themselves. Even at the expense of others. As long as they get to satisfy their own greed, they don't care about anything else. And which place can you find the greediest of the greediest? Of course, the government. If tax is present in a country when it comes to bitcoins, then nothing else to do but to live with it no matter how unreasonable it may be. Small people like us are just powerless against governments.
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