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501  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Day trade is more a lucky thing or skill on: April 27, 2018, 05:00:05 PM
Day trading is everyone says that its a full of skills and a little bit of luck.yes, its need to be a skilled traders to compit other people and have a lot of strategy to get an advantage to them. But there's a lot of professional trader so you need to be wise on you're decision.
and yet many people are engaged in day to day trading and this is their main job. Of course, these people have a lot of experience and a lot of knowledge that makes it possible to engage in this activity.
502  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Trader or Gamblers. on: April 27, 2018, 04:57:23 PM
In coin trading, you are your only enemy. There are no rules in this arena, only you facing you, and you are both winner and loser.
People may think that they are fighting with the market, other investors, or those scammers shark that always have their eyes on your money. In fact, you are fighting against yourself. You are the one who made the decision. You can decide yourself to lose or win, trust me.

As human nature, we all want to make a bunches and make it fast; too much temptation that incites us to gamble with our account.
In the end, only you can chase off the temptation to follow the plan.

of course I prefer to gamble rather than trading with gambling money you have very easy to disappear while trading with money you have when the price drops will remain and there is still the will not be lost if you do not sell it.
I prefer trading more, they are gambling. In trading, I can fully control my actions and analyze the market, Which will give me the opportunity to profit at the maximum and minimize losses.
503  Economy / Economics / Re: Why is everybody dumping Bitcoin? on: April 27, 2018, 04:51:39 PM
I don't know why people got panic so easily. People are currently dumping massive coins in the market because of China's action to regulate Bitcoin. What do you think people should do instead of dumping their coins just like that in the market that lead to damage the value of bitcoin?

Mostly those people feel panic and under-pressure who invest on bitcoin and altcoin more than budget or big capital. Then it is normal they feel panic. But main reason is that if anyone buy bitcoin in above $15000 and now you could see bitcoin is under $10000, then it is such a panic situation for him. But being a good trader we should face this dumping with patience.
Of course, if Bitcoin rises to $ 15,000, then it will be a very positive growth. But it's a bit disappointing for me, as I've already seen the maximum price for Bitcoin around $ 20,000. I want to see the best growth before the end of 2018.
504  Economy / Economics / Re: Which crypto-currency do you prefer? on: April 27, 2018, 04:49:17 PM
Actually There are only 6 -7 coins which are in my mind because of their market cap. from these coins bitcoin has more dominance on other coin.
Why i say dominance because when we saw bitcoin had decreased other coins also decreased their value.
So for getting more return on investment i would prefer Bitcoin over any other coin.
just Bitcoin can bring a very good profit, and then definitely. But Bitcoin avenges itself a huge share of the risk. The fact is that you can invest without much risk in the etherium and the percentage of profits will be the same.
505  Economy / Economics / Re: Why is bitcoin stability important? on: April 27, 2018, 04:44:03 PM
It is really anonymous as I could see hackers of coins are not even identified. If it is not anonymous then we should have identified them and their should be no problem at all since they can be traced and put to jail immediately.
if it's time to legalize Bitcoin and all the crypto currency in the world, then anonymity will lose its existence. but this is only the peak of the whole trouble, as each government will try to begin to control the currency and simultaneously control the incomes of its citizens.
506  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Who is Satoshi Nakamoto? on: April 27, 2018, 04:41:11 PM
Well obviously no one knows... or very few people know (I still think that there are a couple original bitcoiners on this forum who are 99% sure that they know who Satoshi is).

Whats your favourite theory?

Mine is that it was John Nash   Roll Eyes

Please provide some proof for your theories. Would love to look into them!
It is known that Satoshi Nakamoto was the founder of the Bitcoin virtual currency, but no one knows where he is now or what he is doing, and many say he died in previous years. But Satoshi Nakamoto exists and is one of the wealthiest people in the world.
I wonder why this person can not show himself? or is this another Mystery? Perhaps Nakamoto is trying to avoid paying taxes from his fortune?
507  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Best wallet for bitcoin? on: April 27, 2018, 04:39:15 PM
I am a great fan of offline wallets even if I find web wallets user-friendly in terms of flexibility. I would recommend you to buy a good hardware wallet and store your main funds there and you can use web wallets to store your 4% or 5% funds for a quick accessibility. You can also try paper wallet but I am not comfortable with paper wallets for more than a single use (from the point whenever the private key is exported in any other wallet client).
I use the Blackchain. info. The only negative In this Bitcoin wallet, this is a large transaction value. But the fact that it has a Bitcoin wallet and a purse at the same time is very cool.
508  Economy / Speculation / Re: Bitcoin newbie looking for some advice on: April 27, 2018, 04:35:54 PM
Firstly you can got choice, what tell them your mind. If your mind tell him hold,then you can do it now. Because this time to really hold.or if your mind tell him invest then you can do it now. But personally I tell you invest is always risky. So fair mind it...
but that the nemesis with something you need to start. each newcomer collects a small start-up capital and begins to trade. Or, in extreme cases, starts with the company's Bounty. It all works and studies information at the same time.
509  Local / Альтернативные криптовалюты / Re: [ANN]Pundi X-Криптовалюта в магазинах по всему миру! on: April 27, 2018, 04:27:53 PM
Для такого проекта считаю развитие даже очень не хилое ,развиваются нормальными темпами ,некоторые проекты до такого уровня ещё долго будут тянуться.
Поставили адекватный кап, набрали сумму и планомерно развились. Реализована очень интересная идея с дропами, пока они будут проводиться - монетка точно будет хорошо торговаться на биржах.
сегодня даже стоимость монеты очень хорошая. Не только инвесторы, но и участники щедрости, кто все время были с компанией, сорвали неплохой куш.
510  Local / Бayнти и aиpдpoпы / Re: Зачем ICO-проекты проводят KYC? on: April 27, 2018, 04:23:54 PM
Затем, чтобы отсеять некоторое количество участников, ботсети, хотя если пул все равно распределяется на оставшихся, то хз какую проблему это решает.
Помимо отсеивания ботов, многие биржи не хотят листить монеты участники ico и баунти которого не прошли KYC.
Да, я тоже слышал о таком. Хорошие топовые биржи либо не принимают проекты без KYC, либо принимают, но точно не сразу. Поэтому проекту бузк КУС тяжело сразу на хорошую биржу выйти.
но это не значит что нужно KYC регистрация для участников баунти.  Понятное дело инвесторами, Но зачем предоставлять данные участникам Bounty компании?
511  Local / Альтернативные криптовалюты / Re: Цены после ICO идут вниз. Почему? on: April 27, 2018, 04:19:48 PM
думаю потому что все хотят быстрее продать и ставят свою цену, и потом монета не вверх идет, а вниз, и потом народ страдает из-за тех кто цену меньше ставит чем надо было бы
Совершенно верно, именно так всё и происходит. Виной тому не  только баунтисты, а также некоторые инвесторы, которые покупали монету с бонусами и сразу же хотят продать, чтобы вернуть потраченное  и проценты.
512  Local / Бayнти и aиpдpoпы / Re: ICO RepuX начинает свою баунти программу on: April 27, 2018, 04:13:11 PM
RepuX скоро перечислит на Bancor, иначе мы не сможем подтвердить что-либо еще в данный момент, но эта ликвидность является приоритетом для команды. Как только будут сделаны какие-либо подтверждения, мы объявим их здесь
Отличные новости,Bancor это круто но еще круче будет увидеть подсчет количества токенов за баунти программу,надеюсь что к 7 Мая все будет подсчитано и выплачено
новости то хорошее, но почему до сих пор даже таблицы не закончили, чтобы показать кому что причитается. Но тем не менее команда молодци, очень хорошо работает над проектом. Радует что монета уже торгуется на бирже. Кажется idex.
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514  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: 🔥 [ANN] [ICO] Galaxy eSolutions 🔥 on: April 16, 2018, 07:10:32 AM
Hello, can I remove the signature code of the company or not? And this question was asked everywhere and even in a telegram, but no one answers.
515  Local / Альтернативные криптовалюты / Re: 🔥 [ANN] [ICO] Galaxy eSolutions 🔥 on: April 16, 2018, 06:50:17 AM
Ребята всем привет, видел ли где то кто то информацию о том, можно ли снимать код подписи? Писал и в англ ветке и в телеграмме, все морозятся.
516  Local / Альтернативные криптовалюты / Re: 🔥 [ANN] [ICO] Galaxy eSolutions 🔥 on: April 10, 2018, 06:13:57 PM
Здравствуйте ребята, вот в телеграме Galaxy ,на вопрос нужен ли KYC для баунтистов, напечатали эту форму для заполнения тем кто Участвовал в подписи компании.

не могу понять что это за форма такая.
Или это форма для тех у кого есть какие-то проблемы или вопросы?
517  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Why are you investing in Bitcoin? on: March 27, 2018, 09:38:53 AM
So my question is.
Are you investing into Bitcoin purely as a investment?
Or are you investing because you believe in Bitcoin and the technology?
Back when Bitcoin started i feel people invested, because there believed in it, and wanted to see it change the world.
Now days i feel people only look at it as a way to make money, and don't really care about the future of it.
Whats peoples thoughts?
  I think that every user has his own interests, personally bitcoin helps me, as you said, to solve my financial problems. But that's not all I'm counting on with bitcoin, I have definite plans for investments and of course I'm very interested in new technologies. But at the moment I'm still saving bitcoins and I think that in the near future there will be a project that will interest me.
518  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: 5 countries that banned bitcoin on: March 27, 2018, 09:32:41 AM

Before we start to our topic this I want to tell that some of you might know about this but I just wanna share this to those who are not.

                Several people believe that bitcoin was a blessing and it was an opportunity
for everyone but not everyone shares the sentiment. From central banks and other finance company, Bitcoin's list of detractors runs for a very long time and gone so deep.But most of the government around the world seeks for the regulation of bitcoin.

                Be due to fear,ignorance and protectionism, governments have a tendency to legislate against perceived threats.Countries such as japan protects its citizens to have free trade of the digital currency.But unfortunately not all countries embracing the change of our technology.In some cases citizens have had their assets seized,accounts got frozen and have been locked up, Government can't stop the blockchain from propagating, but they can stop their people in having access to it.


               Like banning drugs,alcohol and other stuffs banning bitcoin sounds nonsensical and unforceable.That's the exact case in five countries:


It was recently reported in
that there were dozens of bitcoin and crypto enthusiasts get imprison seemingly guilty of little more than operating a small-scale bitcoin exchange.

Meanwhile Ecuador has outlawed bitcoin, nit because they opposed this crypto but because they want to regulate and control it and tether it with the Ecuadorian dollar.An Electronic money designed to operate ad support monetary scheme dollarization.Completing the naughty list of countries that have banned bitcoin is Kyrgyzstan, a tiny landlocked state in Central Asia,
And Bangladesh banned bitcoin, it was 2014 where Bangladesh bank stated that anyone that will be caught using such online currency could be jailed mostly because it's about "MONEY LAUNDERING".

this was already an old news for updated list

so what do you think? will your country will ban the use of bitcoin?
do you know other countries that ban the bitcoins?
Please share it and tell to everyone Smiley
   I can not understand a bit, what is the use of prohibiting bitcoin? Maybe I'm not very strong in politics, but I understand one thing, if bitcoin is banned as a method of payment, it's more likely than not, but being imprisoned for having bitcoin on my wallet I consider it nonsense. Sorry, maybe I really do not understand anything in such situations, but this is my opinion.
519  Economy / Speculation / Re: Bitcoin in 2018 will be at $50,000 on: March 27, 2018, 09:23:02 AM
Bitcoin price is a roller coaster the start of the year 2018. It goes up at first and stays then go down and stay and go up a bit then drop more so low and rapidly. Will it go up again in a loop then down and up again? We really donít know what will happen like we really donít know what the reason of the huge drop is. Is it the news? The bad news that affect the mind of investors or is it really manipulated? But why other altcoins price also dropped? We really donít know right? We just depending on big investors decisions. Their decisions will affect the bitcoin price also. But what do you think can affect those peoples mind in invested and selling their bitcoin? For sure the bad news and the good news they heard. The tweets of some influential people also affect them. Thatís only my opinion.

There is this news I read on some source:, it says that CNBCís Ran Neuner stated that Bitcoin price will end in 2018 at $50,000. Ran Neuner for sure is an influential person because CNBC is a big name in the world and he the host. And in addition to that other (28) twenty eight most influential blockchain insider according to Richtopia, Tweeted that Bitcoin price will be $50,000 in 2018. I donít know if it will affect the price of Bitcoin or other crypto currency because as I check the CMC / list still on red percentage. I will just wait for next week update. Maybe this news will affect it soon.

What do you think?
  Everything is possible. Why not get bitcoin up to a mark that will appeal to all users, as well as bitcoin holders. Perhaps this person is right and we will see the rise of bitcoin, but not the fact that bitcoin can also fall in price, because no one knows for sure what the real reason for the fall or take-off.
520  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin as a mode of payment on: March 27, 2018, 09:14:55 AM
Just wondering, who is accumulating Bitcoin via using it as a method of being paid, so instead of being paid in dollars or any other amount you ask client to pay you via Bitcoin especially merchants and freelancers. I think it is cool to be paid via Bitcoin because it appreciates so its like you can earn twice if you sell high.
 It has been said a lot about bitcoin as a method of payment, of course it would be very good if they paid a bit for services. I know that some structures use this experience, but of course this is very rare. I would like that we could use the payment bitcoin in all spheres.
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