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1  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: World 2020 - LoL World Championship on: Today at 08:51:40 AM
Hi guys, is this game LAN or tournaments in LOL are still played online just like the others? What do I mean by LAN is with the audience.
I can't find info about it.
 
I have read it will be a limited audience due to Covid, but do not know what many people that includes.
Ah great! Thanks for that info.
I see that it's starting to get back a little bit although that's still not the normal setup for tournaments. It's just good to see that they're going back LAN.
2  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Overview of Bitcointalk Signature-Ad Campaigns [Last update: 16-Sep-2020] on: Today at 08:03:08 AM
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3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: HYDRA (HDA) Scam Or Not? on: Today at 07:51:34 AM
If you've earned $400 easily, then have a thought that it isn't worthy of the effort you've made. Don't be too easy with such projects.
If you can dump and just get out, don't expand your stay with that project.
4  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: World 2020 - LoL World Championship on: Today at 06:36:36 AM
Hi guys, is this game LAN or tournaments in LOL are still played online just like the others? What do I mean by LAN is with the audience.
I can't find info about it.
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: WING on: Today at 04:55:59 AM
I can't see any information after searching it that there's a direct connection from Binance for this project. They've just listed it on their launchpad/launchpool and on their exchange.
Read the details: Introducing Wing (WING) on Binance Launchpool! Farm WING By Staking BNB, BUSD & ONT Tokens
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: Cloud mining still profitable? on: Today at 03:14:41 AM
Investing on defi rather on cloud mining is a way better,  defi coins can give you immediate and high profit, cloud mining are sometimes scam. But i dont recommend that you will invest on defi, better to research first.
What you said contradicts. But at least you have given an advise to do research first and that should be done by everyone who's aiming to invest with anything related to cryptocurrencies.
Defis or any projects, they have to do their research individually to avoid being scammed.
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Can I go into this crypto???? on: Today at 02:21:15 AM
What about this Pinkoin exactly ? I have never heard that. You can buy any altcoins on your own.
Might be a coin that's been supporting of OP. It's very common to see someone who looks asking for a certain altcoin that looks they don't know. But in real, they're more knowing than us with that particular token or altcoin that they're asking.
Don't get tricked by hidden spam on this forum
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: Cloud mining still profitable? on: Today at 01:33:36 AM
cloud mining is not scam if you use the proven companies that offer these services BUT you will lose money. in case BTC rises drastically in value you will make a profit but it will be much much much lower if you just buy it. Holding today is the best option waiting for expected bullrun.
You sure they are not scam? what if I say you that many of them are scam, as in almost all of them are. Yes, some are good as they are but many are.
I urge people not to invest with cloud mining and get rid of them.
9  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Vietnam bursts an illegal casino who used to handle bets worth $3 billions on: Today at 12:58:08 AM
Can't stop those type of gamblers who prefer to play more with physical casinos or online fiat casinos.

Most of the gambling sites do have multiple payment options, including cryptocurrency and fiat. If some of the users are not comfortable with cryptocurrency payments, then they can always use for payments using their bank accounts or credit cards. Only some of the gambling sites, which want to provide hundred percent anonymity for the users don't have any fiat payment options.
Mostly, don't.
A fiat casino remains as a fiat casino and the payments that they are accepting are only for fiat basis, they don't have option for crypto.
But for some crypto casinos, they have the two options. As I say, it's not about paying crypto, it's about those gamblers who don't like it and prefer to stay traditionally.
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: The best platforms for writers to generate Altcoins on: Today at 12:32:06 AM
I only remember about Steemit. I'm not a writer but basically, that's the first writing platform that has allowed to earn their own native token and has a value.
I can still see the website is up and there's a continuous publication of articles there but with what I've heard from some writers, it's very hard to cope up there these days.
11  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Most popular discord gambling bots on: September 25, 2020, 11:59:09 PM
I didn't know about these bots. As I know there were some telegram bots are existing but to know that there are discord bots existing as well, I have no idea.
Thanks for sharing this!
12  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Overview of Bitcointalk Signature-Ad Campaigns [Last update: 16-Sep-2020] on: September 25, 2020, 11:41:45 PM
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13  Economy / Economics / Re: DeFi vs. CeFi? on: September 25, 2020, 11:20:04 PM
They're not that much far from ICO.
They are actually. In DeFi, if we take lending for example, you put your coins at work for some interest.  During the ICO madness you could have given your money to some guy somewhere only to realize that at the end your ICO tokens were worthless.  I can concede that ICO and DeFi are similar if we think that people are in only for a quick buck.
There were projects during the ICO era that were also offering lending. That's why probably I've said that they're not far from those projects that have existed before.
Some differences might be there but that's what I'm thinking about them lately.
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: bloody market on: September 25, 2020, 10:54:39 PM
Nobody really knows why the market is falling, many people just making up different reasons, some say it is as a result of the second phase of covid-19, some people are blaming uni and uniswap, but I just believe this is the correction time after the recent price pump, this is nothing new, soon the market will recover again.
We may not know the real reason but we can speculate some thoughts coming from the most trending projects and investments that shares a lot of liquidity to the market.
I don't think that there's any relation anymore of the market dump with covid-19. We're afar from that reason and possible connection.


That particular connections may no longer affecting the market, for sure there are lots of investors who gained huge who are
cashing out now, they will sell and wait with the market condition and  just rinse back and repeat the same patterns from time to time,
With good knowledge even from this red market they still find reasons to earned.
And again as the market came into healthy recovery, those investors who took their profits are starting to buy back. Bitcoin goes back to $10,707 after a few days of slow move and low prices.
Maybe this weekend is different, we'll see bitcoin with green charts instead of the bloods. That is better than looking at the reds of the market which is kinda annoying when I look into it.
15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: should i invest to this project ? on: September 25, 2020, 10:33:50 PM
I say no.
What's the sense of investing in these y projects anymore? haven't you noticed that they have dropped much because a lot have taken cashed from the investors?
You should look for something else than this.
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Libra Association hires former HSBC veteran to head its stablecoin project on: September 23, 2020, 01:49:14 PM
I thought that Libra won't pursue it anymore. But here they go, hiring some professionals that were from the banking industry.
Any source where we can read about their hearings?

Why kill the goose that lays the golden egg? Libra has every chance of being realized in a regulated field, the only question is how they will succeed.
They probably want to do this through the banking sector. It is interesting that Libra has no competitors yet, because Pavel Durov's TON, in fact, was killed by American regulators.
I see the reaction of other countries as the competitor of Libra and that's the CBDC. Needless to say, this is Facebook and it's wider than we can ever think of.
They can succeed but there are too many barriers that are stopping them which are questioning them. I'm not a supporter of this project but something like this who's already in the mainstream can easily manage their pavement to success.

Libra's advantage lies in the fact that the project has been developed for a long time, while there is a constant dialogue with the regulators.
Other projects have yet to go this way, while Libra already at this stage has enough to proliferate her interests in Congress and the Senate.
It will influence the regulators and the government that they should also take into consideration projects like this. If not, people will just go turnaway from what they've allowing.
But with this curiosity and hearings, they'll have an idea what crypto is all about and this isn't just an advantage for Libra.
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: bloody market on: September 23, 2020, 12:41:17 PM
Nobody really knows why the market is falling, many people just making up different reasons, some say it is as a result of the second phase of covid-19, some people are blaming uni and uniswap, but I just believe this is the correction time after the recent price pump, this is nothing new, soon the market will recover again.
We may not know the real reason but we can speculate some thoughts coming from the most trending projects and investments that shares a lot of liquidity to the market.
I don't think that there's any relation anymore of the market dump with covid-19. We're afar from that reason and possible connection.
18  Economy / Economics / Re: DeFi vs. CeFi? on: September 23, 2020, 08:10:16 AM
That guy obviously is an Eth holder. I'm a holder of both cryptos and I'm happy to have more with bitcoin but I don't act like that or describe the other one as something as funny or bad.
I see that the defi proliferation is just going to be temporary, if we compare this to the past years. They're not that much far from ICO.
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: How to create a own coin? on: September 23, 2020, 06:39:05 AM
What's your main purpose for it? if it's just a project which you can add to your portfolio when you enter the corporate, I find it no problem.
But if you're making it for the sake of the thought that you can become rich and millionaire through the creation of this coin on your mind, better focus improving your programming skill than with this.
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Re: Do you think DeFi season is going to be just like Altcoin season? on: September 23, 2020, 05:07:17 AM
DRK coin traditional systems involve high transaction fees resulting from high costs due to low transaction speed and low throughput.Even simple applications can slow down the Ethereum based platform and increase transaction fees.
DRK coin? What type of coin is that?
With the scenario that we're looking at. The high costs for Ethereum/Gas fee is due to all of those transactions that's happening with defi and uniswap.
The same as the ico days, the fees were very high and the same as the crypto kitties.
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