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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Re: The Broken Promise For The Hunters on: December 31, 2020, 11:28:58 PM

........... they hold reward, but project did not raise enough funds and decided not to continue development.
This is one of the risk, sometimes it even take months to promote the project, and what bounty hunters get? Nothing, because the project failed and the effort will just be wasted.

It is fine as long as the project owner pays the bounty hunters and never swap the token after the payment is done.  What is not fine is the project owner tends to delay the payment and at the end never pay at all, while others distribute the payment then afterwards create a new token and require the bounty hunters to do KYC in order to swap their token which is very unfair to the point of being scammy.
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: YFI product ( team ) on: September 20, 2020, 10:15:08 PM
It looks like the project is emphasizing on YFI, not the YFIP, look like trying to ride the trend.  It is somehow misleading but well a very cunning strategy for a click bait.  I don't know how this project will fare since there are lots of project like this one.
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: 18% XRP Price Drop ! ~ Moon or Bust? on: September 09, 2020, 07:34:29 PM
Xrp is my main Long term hold along with Ethereum .
Almost 20% dump ! Xrp needs a bit of patience IMO breakout coming. According to IMF and World bank , XRP
be the bridge to the Global Reserve Currency.

I still think xrp will only do well in future because the xrp community but if this DeFi thing work out for them it might give them a needed life for sure . Share your opinions Guys

Did the XRP team sell their monthly dump again?  Well, that 20% crash looks a good discount to me.  The price will be corrected in no time so it is best to enjoy that 20% discount and bag another batch of XRP. 

Move out of centralized assets, even though it might get recovered from the current drop it will be going to bust in the future probably will goes to zero as well.Add bitcoin,ethereum and other decentralized coins not the projects which came yesterday to the market and goes out of it in a week or month(s).

Well, why remove the possibility of profit?  May it be centralized or decentralized, investors must remove his emotion in order to gain maximum profit.  Emotion brings biased decision.  I hate XRP but the profit is too enticing.  Hate won't give me a profit but XRP does.
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Re: Binance in trouble over listing scam defi token on: September 06, 2020, 05:32:53 PM
They might be the biggest exchange but that doesn't mean we always trust what they will list there.
It is also our job to look deeper if the coin will have a good product or end up in the sewers.
Besides, it is our money that is on the line and not Binance.

I don't think they will be in trouble for this.
They might battle it with a disclaimer just like that tweet.

They are boasting that they are the best and also claiming that they are reviewing every project before they list it. But this time they list all coins/tokens even if it is an obvious scam. They should be liable at some point because they let them list this coin even though they know how risky is it.

If every scam project listed on binance exit scam then they give this same shit of statement then it will reflect on there image when time comes. I personally use binance because they only list trusted project before but right now. They are just turning into a shady exchange like P2PB2B and Coinsbit which list any project without further research about it as long as they receive listing fee.

Indeed, exchanges should take responsibility if ever they listed a scam project.  They somehow advertise that project through their announcement.  Aside from that, they take fees from these scam project to be a tool to scam people.  What CZ stated is not a reason for them to just list any scam projects.  Aside from that, if it is true that they claim that they review every project before listing it on their exchange just to get the people trusts but in truth they don't, then they really have to face consequences of of being a fraud.
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: What do you think about Sushiswap ? on: September 05, 2020, 11:35:19 PM
What do you think about Sushiswap?

Hi, guys! Yesterday my friend send me the sushi swap project and told me that it's a great project to invest in Binance.

What do you think is this project is good enough to invest?

I am doing some research before put money in their token.



I think it is suitable for investment because this token has entered into the well-known exchanges in the crypto world. new tokens are competing to enter the exchange like Binance. invest hodl and dont panic!!!

Entering a well known exchange does not mean it is a promising one.  They just have the money to be listed, and since they spend to much for listing, they need to recover the money spend on listing.  So as a result, you see a huge dump of token that crashed the price of that token's market.  It is always best to study, research and think multiple times any venture you have in mind.
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: What do you think about Sushiswap ? on: September 05, 2020, 03:30:05 PM
Your friend probably doesn't even know that the sushiswap dev dump $8 million tokens. He's trying to pull a Charlie Lee if you know what I mean. Many of the previous supporters have lost confidence because of what he did. You know what happens to projects like that? It drops tremendously.

Binance just listed that token because they want the trading fees from users like your friend who are riding the DeFi hype. Not all projects in there are legit and if you want to check how it's performed after the hype - https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/sushiswap/historical-data/

If you're going to buy now, you're only giving your money to the people who are waiting to dump and exit. Careful.


Good catch, I would avoid this kind of project where developers are eagerly dumping their token to unsuspecting investors.  This kind of developers should be sued of malicious intent of tricking their investors and supporters.  This case falls under fraud where one take advantage of the trust of people and tricking them to gain financial advantage.
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: Will AVAX unseat ETH? DOT is 3 Ranks away...but AVAX is said to blow DOT away!! on: September 05, 2020, 03:55:39 AM
It is still early to say it will or it won't unseat ETH.  AVAX is still on the early development stage and have not proven itself to compete with ETH.  I think it still needs sometime and besides, the competition never stops and if ever AVAX had proven itself, there is no need for a thread like this to inform people about AVAX unseating ETH.  The ranking will just tell it all.
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: De-Fi apps are NOT 100% decentralized on: September 03, 2020, 03:05:14 PM
Many (if not all) smart contracts offering banking services to the unbanked (De-Fi) are usually hosted on centralized web servers. While it's possible to interact with smart contracts by running their code on the ETH blockchain network, this involves a steep learning curve to the end user. The average person would interact with De-Fi apps on centralized infrastructure, as convenience/ease of use is put on top of everything else. For "De-Fi" apps to be 100% decentralized they'd need to be hosted on a P2P network like IPFS or even ZeroNet. But I guess that people don't care about "De-Fi" apps' decentralization as long as they're able to make profits in the shortest amount of time possible.

Do you think that "De-Fi" is not as decentralized as its proponents claim it to be? Does it need improvement? Your input will be greatly appreciated. Smiley

I have the same opinion as you.  As of investors, they care less on the features of the projects.  All they have in mind is to gain profit and that is all.  Would you believe that these investor will use the project apps?  I bet no, or maybe just once.
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Is DeFi hype the same as ICO hype in 2017? on: September 03, 2020, 02:24:28 PM
Yes, Defi if the new crypto hype, we need to be careful, will not take so long to the first Defi scam project appears, like happened with the Icos, it's just a question of time to something bad shows up in this Defi scenario.
Agree, and actually there is defi project has already been accused of scam and that is Yam Defi, that went from $15k as its peaked and eventually turned out be a scam the following days, and there is another one Defi that seems to be in the boat as Yam, and that is Hotdog, from $4k down to $1.

It is indeed a hype.  Same as the IPO, ITO, ICO, and IEO.  Each period have its trending stuff that is overly hyped.  And now it is DeFi.  But I think, DeFi had been around for some years, it is just now that it took attention and became a hype.  


Well, I doubt if it's a bubble that will burst soon because some DEFI projects are doing really great with development, hence we shouldn't generalize all DEFI projects.

A sudden surge in price in a small duration of time can be considered as a bubble and YFI market is exactly match that discription.
10  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: How do "they" tag BTC (from gambling, mixers, dark markets, etc.)? on: September 03, 2020, 01:03:54 PM
Since converting to BTC costs money (always more than 1% in my experience, often MUCH higher (BTC ATMs)), it's beginning to look like BTC will not be a game-changer for privacy.
The obvious answer to this is to not convert back and forth between BTC and fiat and just stay in BTC as much as possible. Earn bitcoin, accept bitcoin, spend bitcoin.
In my humble opinion, Bitcoin was never intended to be linked with the fiat currencies world:

If that so, how can one identify the value of BTC?  And since BTC is created as currency, we cannot avoid linking fiat currency to BTC.  Old world is always linked to new world same with finances. 

I am pretty confident that one day we will be using Bitcoin only financial instruments or, at least, that's my dream since being into BTC.
 Smiley

Well, we are already using Bitcoin as financial instrument but I think it is too much for a dream for Bitcoin to the only financial instrument to be use in this world and this will never happen.

In the end, yes! Just stay in BTC as much as possible. Earn bitcoin, accept bitcoin, spend bitcoin.

If only all merchants will accept Bitcoin as it is.
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Bounties (Altcoins) / Re: BOUNTY by CPDProject.com ★ Signature Campaign ★ Member Onwards on: September 02, 2020, 11:53:43 AM
a. User ID of CPDProject.com :  2540
b. Bitcointalk.org User Name : bitcoindusts
c. Bitcointalk.org Total Post Count : 1166
d. Bitcointalk.org Forum Rank : Senior Member
e. Ethereum Address that you have used to sign up at CPDProject.com : 0x40fb0DC094DbdF4e48473483FF2ec18cA80C2853
12  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Beware of bitcoin trading scams -YouTube fake traders- on: August 30, 2020, 10:00:07 AM
Indeed, the person must dig deep into research about Bitcoin, Bitcoin trading and all the exploit scammers are using to enticed people into investing to their scam scheme.  There are news in my country where a person pretending to be a Bitcoin trader scammed several investor.

It is due to the lack of knowledge that the scammer are able to scammed these individuals.  So it is better to do research about the venture we wanted to get in in order for us to at least detect if the offer is too good to be true or not.
13  Economy / Gambling / Re: 🐺WOLF.BET - $500 Daily Race! 30% Rakeback! Advanced Dice Game🎲 2.000 Bets /s ⚡ on: August 29, 2020, 07:55:27 PM
If you want to bet max you can just do a few times press the 2x button. ........
Instead of clicking on "2x" button multiple times, you can click on "MAX" button only once.
Using "MAX" button, you can easily set the bet amount on your balance without 9th and 10th decimal digits.

If you don't see "max" button, click on "setting" button and then click on "MAX BET".




I think he is pointing out some bugs/glitch when someone use 2x to reach the max bet and the disabled feature of backspace or deleting the unnecessary numbers such as the one given by dre1982.
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Decentralized Game framework on: August 29, 2020, 07:46:39 PM
Sounds interesting,  But the crypto game market has no user right now. It is so hard for game developer join the Crypto world.

Who say it can't be the next Uniswap?  Demand and supply decide the price of anything.

I think you are mistaken about crypto game market having no user.  Probably you have not taken interest to the existing crypto games.  If you browse crypto games, there are many player spending their ETH, or other token to take part on that game.
15  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Sigh... Do i need to hold and sell it later or now? Quite tricky situation. on: January 26, 2020, 01:44:02 PM

I am holding about 1.2 BTC now

But I need a money until Feb 22nd.

Should i hold until Feb 21nd and sell it? or Sell it now?!!

What do you guys anticipate in BTC price until next month?

Only you can answer this but to help, you can check the technical analysis of Bitcoin on https://www.tradingview.com/.  At least it will give you a hint on what possible trend of Bitcoin in the coming weeks.  Sitting there without any hint on what will be the next movement of Bitcoin is very frustrating.  
16  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: So...Is Bitcoin the ultimate coin that does not need more development? on: January 26, 2020, 01:19:56 PM


As subject goes, is Bitcoin the maximum version?

Is it still possible to develop it?

or

Can we still expect better coin than Bitcoin?

Bitcoin maybe popular but its technology is falling behind other altcoin so developer wanting Bitcoin to be competitive and at the same time address several issues regarding its transaction time and other stuff, so they intend to further develop Bitcoin.  If you have read the recent thread created by Jet Cash, you will see the possible update of Bitcoin.
17  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Held a bitcoin seminar today on: January 26, 2020, 01:00:32 PM
one day bitcoin will be recognized by itself even without being promoted, in the social media group that I joined, almost nobody even promoted the introduction of bitcoin, but its members continue to grow, but if anyone wants to promote bitcoin, maybe bitcoin will develop faster.

But be you aware that if we don't promote it, that day may never come.

True that!  Someone need to step up to promote Bitcoin.  Without these awareness campaign, promotions, seminars and advertisement, Bitcoin will not be what it is today and could had been just a code in a computer just sitting there without anyone except for the coder and his friend whom he disclosed his program.
18  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Craig Wright claims , today will be the last day for Bitcoins. on: January 26, 2020, 12:35:15 PM
Hey
I have always made a point to stay away from the news related to this self obsessed fake creator of bitcoins , and even if he is the creator I don't think I would see him in a better light.
So he is claiming that bitcoins have a problem with their code (dude which software doesn't?) And that today will be the last day for bitcoins to exist, after this it will Plummet , considering he is trying to reduce the competition for the BSV , the statements are exceptionally hilarious , first of all , if there was any problem with the code trust me , he would have exposed it himself , if he knows the problem , he is not the kind of person to shut up about it .
What do you guys this of this ?

I am a little concerned about being late to the big BTC party, but not related to Craig. The "last day" seems to have passed and BTC is higher now than 3 weeks ago.

I think all these announcement from Craig Wright has something to do with its recent Bitcoin SV pump.  We all saw that it gain 200% increase in just a short span of time due to all those non-sense talk and issue created by Wright.  Many fall into that trap and think that he is really Satoshi but alas, he already admitted that he does not have the key to that addresses so those who were trapped have to suffer those loses. While Bitcoin is  yet to have reached its rally this year.  So much for the last day for Bitcoins claimed by Craig.
19  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Do they accept bitcoin in your country embassy? on: January 26, 2020, 12:18:05 PM
As far as I know, even though my country is a Bitcoin country place, our embassy does not accept Bitcoin directly but we can pay for it service using Bitcoin through a third party gateway payment.  I hope that, one day, our government  office will accept Bitcoin directly.
20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: My funds have been stolen! on: January 25, 2020, 05:17:47 PM
I didn't save the key anywhere. The string of random characters that make up PrivateKey is created using the BrainWallet method, the salt of which is the password I use, consisting of 20 characters (including special characters and numbers), so there is no chance to guess. This was done manually and offline using a tool of my own authorship. I know the mechanisms of private keys very well

So you didn't actually create your private key with Electrum? I'm just thinking out loud here, but it's kind of pointless to generate your private key offline only to later import it into a hot wallet.


I think the hole is in this scenario.  I guess OP's PC was compromised with key logger.  I also think that it is pointless to generate a private key then later to import it to hotwallet.  So I guess that import stuff is the source of all those problem.
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