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1  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Any recommendation for bitcoin prediction service? on: Today at 07:51:11 AM

Hey guys. I have a question. Do you guys know any website that has a pretty good bitcoin prediction service? I heard that some people use such service to flip btc or eth. Any recommendation?
Don't trust these services 100%, they just collect old price data and give the new recommendations with an fixed accuracy.
2  Economy / Micro Earnings / Re: [Expresscrypto] PTCL Faucet Script (Paid To Click Shortlinks) on: Today at 07:29:57 AM
New version:
  • New design
  • Improve Security
  • Script does not spam shortener anymore

Please help me test here:
working good =)
Thank you Cheesy i will keep testing on demo website for a week before releasing to make sure that there is no bug left. I will make an announcement here for the latest update.

Hi tungaqhd, I am using v1.5 and there i found a bug when clicking on one shortener and returning to faucet links list without completing it, you are not able to complete another one because the site will redirect you to the previous uncompleted.
Hi, that is not a bug, many people complain the script spams shortener with many unused links and the script is banned from many short link sites. So i made this with an alert "Complete the link that you clicked before to be able to click the next link!"
3  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Are you holding Bitcoin? on: December 07, 2019, 05:39:05 PM
In one year, most of Bitcoin's rally usually occurred within a few days. Therefore, the "Hold Bitcoin" strategy is still considered the best, according to Binance Research.

In fact, in one year, the pump for Bitcoin only happened in a few short days, and most of the rest was sideway. Therefore, it is easy for investors to miss the pump if they are not regularly watching the market.

According to the recently published data, since 2013, the annual growth performance of Bitcoin only occurred in about 10 days, which means that each year we will have 10 days that Bitcoin actually increases aka "pump". After this 10 days, Bitcoin will go sideway and the growth performance may decrease by 25%.

Therefore, the actual pump of Bitcoin is very short, it is only a blink of an eye compared to the rest (sideway or decline).

However, there are also many ideas that "not every Hold is the best". If a person held bitcoin before December 2017 until now, they would still lose more than 50%.

If you are an investor who does not have much time to observe the market, nor know the analysis of charts, then the Hold option is the best for you.

And for investors who like to "trade", certainly Hold is not their choice, because the short-term waves are the time when they make the best profit.

How about you? Are you holding Bitcoin
I have been holding Bitcoin for more than 2 years and I earned so much from Bitcoin. Even now, I am still buying Bitcoin when the price drops because i think it is very good for long terms.
4  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Sale my old bike and buy bitcoin, what do you think? on: December 07, 2019, 07:56:41 AM

I had an old bike and i was purchasing almost two years ago, but one week i have sold my bike and i purchased some bitcoin.
Especially I want holding long time with more patient because i want makes more profitable.
So what do you think ? My decision is worng or right? The upcoming year 2020 give me good profits ??

Notes: basically i am not more expert trading then i keep decision holding is my best way for making more profitable.
Welcome to share your mind.

I think that you made a right decision, turning your unused bike into Bitcoin is better than left it at your corner. Ofcourse nobody know how will Bitcoin go, but you might get a car back after 1 or 2 years Cheesy
5  Economy / Micro Earnings / Re: [Expresscrypto] PTCL Faucet Script (Paid To Click Shortlinks) on: December 07, 2019, 05:08:20 AM
New version:
  • New design
  • Improve Security
  • Script does not spam shortener anymore

Please help me test here:
working good =)
Thank you Cheesy i will keep testing on demo website for a week before releasing to make sure that there is no bug left. I will make an announcement here for the latest update.
6  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Best Bitcoin gifts for Christmas? on: December 07, 2019, 03:11:39 AM
I found this cool list of bitcoin/ccrypto gifts for this christmas:

Any other cool ideas to gift someone?
This is my gift for my brother this christmas - a Plated Bitcoin coin (mines looks similar to this). I think it is a meaningful gift in this occasion.
7  Economy / Micro Earnings / Re: [Expresscrypto] PTCL Faucet Script (Paid To Click Shortlinks) on: December 04, 2019, 06:13:37 AM
New version:
  • New design
  • Improve Security
  • Script does not spam shortener anymore

Please help me test here:
8  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: How to safely store big amounts of BTC? on: December 01, 2019, 01:29:31 PM

Suppose I would expand my BTC portfolio to 10 or 15 would you store such a big amount of coins?

Ofcourse I would use a hardware wallet, but if I store them all on 1 wallet and I lose the wallet, or the house gets on fire and it burns, then I have lost those coins forever? Or are there still ways to get to the coins somehow in that case?

Would you advise to store let's say 15 BTC on 3 different hardware wallets (5BTC each), or would you spread it out even more? Ofcourse I'm not gonna buy more than max. 3 hardware wallets but in that case maybe 15 different laptop wallets (Electrum, Jaxx, Exodus etc.) with 1BTC each on it is safer?

I'm looking for the safest way to store a big amount of BTC and to minimize the risks of losing a big amount.
Hardware wallets are great choices, popular wallets are Ledger Nano S and Trezor. You should not store on exchange or wallet that does not allow you to control private keys.
9  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Do you think that governments might one day ban Cryptos? on: December 01, 2019, 12:52:33 PM
Considering that the governments such as China have already tried to ban Cryptos. Would more governments do the same because Cryptos threaten the banks or the governments may want more control over what people use as currency and to remove all alternatives? What do you guys think, I personally think it won’t happen, but you might think otherwise.

The governments might not ban people holding Cryptocurrencies. However buying and selling via banks might be banned like what happened in China. But i think people can use 3-rd currency to pass this.
10  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: French High School Students Will Learn About Bitcoin And Crypto on: December 01, 2019, 12:40:54 PM
France is about to introduce an educational module to its high school curriculum that covers Bitcoin (BTC) and cryptocurrencies.

I think Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies is a great way to start before studying Blockchain technology in the future. While most country are not friendly with Bitcoin, the French gov are making different.
11  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: I quit my job to do full-time crypto-trading. Made 12 BTC profit last month on: November 30, 2019, 03:56:05 PM
Hey. I'm Mark. Shortly about myself: quit my major job to earn my way by trading and it exceeded my expectations. What I got from it that everything is possible, guys.

Here will be the deals I make, some of the stuff to continue the learning curve and anything I found interesting to share with you.
Disclaimer: None of this is financial advice, do your own research, share and earn.

[ 12 years in trading, 4 years in crypto trading ]

Here's one of them:

Each deal is a piece of art

Follow me on Twitter to keep up with the latest trades, get price analysis and other trading hints:

Goodluck, i saw many people who quit their main job to trade and failed when Bitcoin pump.
I think one of the reason that make you different is "12 years in trading".
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Was Hal Finney the real Satoshi? on: November 30, 2019, 03:02:23 PM
Curious to see different theories on Hal Finney. I believe he may have sent the first Bitcoin transaction to himself. How may of you guys own multiple BTC addresses and do this every day? I know I do.

I think you should read this post:
He said that he was the first person besides Satoshi to run bitcoin, he report bugs to satoshi.
13  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Why Satoshi hides his identity? on: November 30, 2019, 02:28:29 PM
Almost every day a new person comes up with the claim that he/she is the real Satoshi. The real satoshi surely does not want any kind of fame. If he/she/they want fame he could have disclosed his identity earlier. But what could be the possible reason that Satoshi still hides his identity? Does he have a big plan for the future?
I think there are many reason that make Satoshi hides his identity. Privacy is an important feature of Bitcoin so he want to do the same to his identity. Now we can see that the governments want to shutdowns Bitcoin and imagine what will they do if they know its father.
14  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Do Trading Bots Work? on: November 28, 2019, 05:17:18 PM
How do you get your trading bot to work? If they do, why isn't everyone beating the market?
Trading bots do work. However it only works well on the situation that has been calculated before, so it can dry your balance very fast. Morever, many bots contains virus that can steal your money.
15  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: It is impossible to proof that somebody is Satoshi. on: November 28, 2019, 05:09:00 PM
It is impossible to prove that somebody is Satoshi.

I firmly believe that even if real satoshi turned up one day, people will also declare him Faketoshi.
This is so true.

Even if Satoshi presents his privatekeys, signs messages, shows his passwords, e-mail account accesses... it could be someone else who has all these privatekeys, passwords, accesses now.
He would only prove the ownership of these but it is impossible for somebody to prove that he is Satoshi.
I think that there are some bitcointalk mods know "real Satoshi Nakamoto". If someone want to prove that he is Satoshi, it can be verified by these mods.
16  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Pay for your stay with crypto on: November 28, 2019, 04:11:13 PM online hotel reservation system, together with the Travala blockchain platform, has launched the possibility for users of the platform to pay reservation any hotel in 230 countries using 20 different cryptocurrencies.

Many countries like VietNam doesn't allow payment by Bitcoin instead of fiat money, is this illegal? This will be very convenient for foreign visitors when visit a country, they will not need to convert money anymore.
17  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin The King Of Crypto on: November 27, 2019, 05:11:55 PM

This chart is showing you the top 200 coins performance against bitcoin. It's clearly who is outperforming here. Bitcoin is the king of crypto. Alts got rekt specially when bitcoin made a move like Jagger on the 1st April. But that wasn't april's fools day! Or was it?

Bitcoin is the oldest and most trusted cryptocurrency, people often use Bitcoin to exchange for other coins so it is not strange when Bitcoin still be the king now.
18  Economy / Micro Earnings / Re: Are there facuet which dont require Faucethub account on: November 27, 2019, 03:57:24 AM
Are there faucets which can send directly to your wallet and dont require faucethub account
Faucethub is closing do you mind find many faucet that migrating to other services. But there are already many faucet that send payout directly such as but they requires higher minimum withdraw.
19  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin Daily Living on: November 26, 2019, 05:06:39 PM
Read the full article on the challenges and possible solution to living on Bitcoin daily here:

Who here uses Bitcoin daily or lives on the financial crypto market?

I personally use Bitcoin wherever I possibly can, and accept it directly without converting it to fiat immediately. I have been using Bitcoin daily for years. (Ever since Bitpay started improving its Bitcoin debitcard product)

Bitcoin payment is illegal in my country but it is my main income now, i often use Bitcoin to pay bills on the internet or sell it for fiat money. However i think that Bitcoin for daily use basis is not a good idea because the high fee and the price is not stable.
20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Dealing with cryptocurrency (in my country) isn't easy as I thought on: November 26, 2019, 02:41:15 PM
Today, while I was surfing through the forum, I came across a post in which someone complained about not loading in Turkey. Under his post were several replies that explained that the site happens to be blocked by some internet service providers (which is sad).
A few days ago, I made a post in which I asked "What have you done to promote the Blockchain technology & cryptocurrencies?".
I went through several replies which were pleasing and supportive to the Blockchain technology. Amongst them, someone said that he wore bitcoin shirts around (an ideology I really admire). Another said that he created a facebook page (also interesting).
Just recently, I saw a complain from someone in my country. According to the screenshot which contained a mail from his bank, it said that his bank account has been frozen because they found out that it has something to do with virtual trading (cryptocurrency). Not only was I surprised, I was provoked. You know, one of my plans was to buy numerous Bitcoin and Ethereum polo shirt and wear them (to help promote). However, as it stands right now, I'm afraid I can't do that because I could be held as a user of cryptocurrency. Though this isn't any easy, I'll still keep trying what I can to spread the word. The Blockchain technology gospel must be heard!!!
I think that VPN/ Proxy won't help much. Banks can track all transaction easily and they will find you. I think you need some advices from China trader because it happen to them too.
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