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1  Economy / Service Discussion / Who has tried this FREE ER20 maker? on: November 19, 2018, 12:45:32 AM

I tried this free token maker to deploy the tokens for SurajCoin

How many of you have known about this service or have known any other instances where this was used this to create any tokens?

2  Bitcoin / Project Development / What are investors looking for before investing in a crypto project these days? on: November 19, 2018, 12:36:59 AM
Generally speaking if you have upto a hundred thousand bucks to invest in a crypto project.

How likely is it that you would be an early investor for that project?  As compared to just lending out the money to that project and expecting a return?

I've been a small investor in the past at any one instance where my investment in a project has never crossed the $1500 mark, however, I assume the mentality changes when you're gambling with deeper pockets.

I am in the process of raising funds for a couple different projects one of which is personal, I find that the outlook of investors has changed a lot from the mid-2017 era. They are much more conservative and much more cautious. And this is despite the fact that comparatively the condition of the crypto market wasn't very "stable" in mid 2017 yet investors were more adventurous.

Or am I just approaching the wrong people, especially those that have suffered some kind of losses in the January 2018 price swings?

3  Economy / Services / Re: [Service] Bounty Manager on: November 17, 2018, 10:14:33 PM
What makes you different from the other bounty managers? What you are offering is the generic management services offered by every other novice around. What positive contributions do you bring to the forum using your management service? (That if you care about the forum's abuse from the bounty hunters)
My payment is $ 100. This is much lower ....

You misunderstood his point.
But why you? Let's say I will charge $100 too. Or lets say even Yahoo will charge the same. What set's you apart? What "extra" are you bringing to the table that the existing pro's and wannabes arent bringing already?
4  Economy / Services / Re: MineryTech Equity Offering - Customers and Investors on: November 17, 2018, 10:10:22 PM
So basically another cloud mining "business" with a minimum entry cost of $428 .. great..  Roll Eyes
5  Economy / Services / Re: Bitsgap.com Signature Campaign. Full Members+ Accepted! (filled) on: November 17, 2018, 10:04:25 PM
...

Actually, it's not his fault. And by his, I mean Ervin. I have been in talks with them back and forth since July.
I was the guy who suggested them to hire me to run a campaign for them. They liked the idea of what a Bitcointalk signature could do but they figured they'd just run this campaign on their own because it seems easy enough on the surface.

Seriously though, the fact that it "looks" easy is the very reason we have so many wannabe managers in this forum. (I guess one can classify me as a wannabe manager as well)

If only they had taken my advice seriously and hired a competent manager or at the least an experienced user of the forum, they'd have a better result at hand.
When they made a decision of not hiring me - for whatever reasons - I still applied to be a part of the campaign as a normal participant and the fact that they still didn't let me be involved says something about their lack of knowledge when it comes to this forum. But hey, you can't blame someone for not knowing any better you know...

Regardless Ervin, good luck to Bitsgap. Maybe try again wholeheartedly next time (if there is one).

Lesson of the day: Hire someone who knows what they are doing.
6  Economy / Services / Re: Your project's press release DISTRIBUTED & PUBLISHED on multiple TOP platforms! on: November 16, 2018, 04:36:47 AM
Why don't you make an investment from your own side and accept one or two jobs for free? Also called a "vouch copy" of your work. This way you will build trust with your future customers.
7  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Overview of Bitcointalk Designers(Signature,Avatar,etc) Last Update: 18-Sep-2018 on: November 15, 2018, 09:28:04 PM
Which designers are interested to make some design as part of bounty campaign?

Designers like me.  Grin
8  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Is Coinmama a scam? on: November 15, 2018, 10:38:16 AM
Hello folks, what are your thoughts on Coinmama?. Is it a reliable site to buy btc in large amounts (15k + worth btc). I just dont wanna end up ripped off?. I read comments on coinmama for july and they are trashing it like crazy...so i dunno what to think or do...thank you

They've been around for a long time. Longer than many of the popular exchanges we have right now. Although their fees are crazy high. They don't need to rip anyone off with such high fees  Grin
9  Economy / Services / Re: Experienced Bounty Campaign Manager Wanted on: November 15, 2018, 10:30:35 AM
But I recommend you to this user Parodium, here is the portfolio of their service/s https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3744793.msg37001123#msg37001123, and you can contact them too via telegram https://t.me/bountycloud
That is a decent recommendation.

I agree. He indeed is a good recommendation.
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Bounties (Altcoins) / Re: 🚀[BOUNTY][TIME IS MONEY] TIM | Your Bank of TIME | BOUNTY POOL of 20,000 TIM on: November 14, 2018, 11:31:32 AM
The campaign is paused until I hear back from the team.

Since no applications were received I am removing the participation sheet for the time being and will be updating it with a new one as soon as possible.

Update : Updated the Application form with a new one.
Update : Editing Signature codes - standby for update
Update : Developers stopped responding 
11  Economy / Services / Re: Looking for staff on: November 14, 2018, 11:22:42 AM
Contact me on telegram @Thebullsc  I have made $5000 in 30 days selling my product. I no longer have the time to sell it any more as i have a new born baby. I will pay anyone that recruits members and you will receive 50%

Just like how you will not be able to provide any proof of whether you actually had a baby or not, similarly, you won't be able to provide any proof of whether you made any "sale" at all. That too of a "premium" trade signal service that's supposed to be so accurate that it compels people to buy - if that were the case why do you need to sell "signals"?

Let me tell you why, because you never had a product. You buy cheap coins, then create a "signal" to buy, and then you trap your "customers" by telling them to buy while you alone cash out. That's the truth with most signal services and I am sure your's is no better.
12  Economy / Services / Re: Team members needed Urgently on: November 14, 2018, 11:10:59 AM
PM with telegram contact sent to all that posted.
Thank you.

I am quite certain not all were responded to  Grin I was left out, if you didn't notice, check your inbox.
13  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Help me DESTROY Bitcoin! on: November 12, 2018, 12:57:21 PM
the concept is very interesting, but the purpose is questionable. if you looking from the basic physical view - everything makes sense. but why would you encourage users to invest by burning other asset? theres plenty of non-destructive approaches to verify the investment's transition. this looks like a destructive practice due the unwritten standard of a blockchain to have limited supply. the tech (btc) was created to move away from the commercial influence, but sounds like this idea is driven exclusively from the commercial needs. destroying bitcoins for any purpose than securing the network - doesn't sounds right since it has a greed argument. this is regarding limited supply projects

p.s. is there anybody who's not regretting burning their bitcoins?)

I am a student of an economics although I might not have the degree to back up my years of experience in the subject. How I acquired the said experience is a debate for another time. However, the main project's idea is driven by a very practical effect that you can witness in the modern world. Examples of which I will give you further below.
The cryptoverse in it's entirety is a closed system that is built to move money without the confined limits of our existing economy. And if you have read through all the posts then you would find that I am not talking about burning just Bitcoin but any and all cryptocurrencies essentially forming a deflationary system that aims to reduce the amount of available cryptos in the market. Which would only boost the unburnt cryptos that exist in the market afterwards.

Now you may ask why deflation is important?
In that case let me talk about those examples which I cited above. Take Venezuela's economy for instance and their national paper currency Bolivar, the hyperinflation in their economy is so bad that people are literally weighing the paper bills by the kilo to pay for basic everyday goods and services.

A similar incidence of hyperinflation was recorded recently in Zimbawe. Cases of hyperinflation isn't new, the treaty of Versailles in World War I for Germany made them suffer a similar crisis. And even Hungary went through a similar if not more severe economic crunch after World War II.

Now think about it more clearly, in our crypto-verse we cannot stop anyone from creating a new cryptocurrency since there is no regulatory body to put a check in place, however, we can create a deflationary system and we can target any cryptocurrency and take out large amounts of it from the open market from circulation. Not only the circulating supply but the total supply. This would directly help to stabilize the market against the uncontrollable influx of new coins/tokens every month.



In the end, you may say my motivations are fueled by greed. Yes Sir! I am greedy about the fact that I want to do something to help stabilize the crypto economy without the false pretext of creating a "stable coin" pegged by some centralized national currency. I am greedy about the fact that I want to insure people that when they have their investments stuck in a dead or abandoned project, that they can switch over to my system where even if they do not find themselves in profit, at the least they will not find themselves in loss.

You may call this an idealistic project with idealistic goals but I want to stabilize the economy and this "burning system" could be a realistic and practical way to tackle this problem.
14  Economy / Services / Re: Want to buy Instagram followers for 100$ BTC on: November 12, 2018, 12:33:59 PM
I want to buy real Instagram followers for BTC, Excluding people from Asian countries. Send your offers on private messages. Will pay half before service and another half after service and test of the quality of followers.

You can spend the same amount on Instagram's business plans and promote your content. You'd get better results with actual users and not bot accounts. Jut make sure you share stuff that's worth people's time and not just try to plug in your product / sales pitch.
15  Economy / Services / Re: OneHash Signature Campaign [open] on: November 12, 2018, 12:28:19 PM
The OneHash signature campaign manager is accepted most of account is just low quality , inactive and spammer member and i think the manager account rank is legendary and that is why he have no experience   Huh
Yeah you are right mate and I think the manager is accepted his own friends or own account because I checked the spreadsheet.

I think this thought has some credence to it. More than just a couple of guys being butthurt about not getting picked. In their last campaign when I applied the manager picked people with less merit and a poorer merit / post history than mine.

When I asked this was their response :
Username Name: livingfree
You are on the list!
Not hating on it but I applied first and I had more merit, not sure why he was prioritized. But okay I guess I don't fit the bill  Roll Eyes
Hey,
livingfree contacted us 1 week ago through direct message and he was also in our previous signature campaigns. I have got you on the 1st place for the next campaign Smiley

For some reason despite being the 13th direct applicant upon the resumption of their campaign again, I still find myself left out while shitposting users like :

GreatOrchid
minersday
hahahafr
uszaty43
shursight
dead_m92
 
PS: Nice digging Member helper +Merited


So it is fair to assume that Onehash is seemingly gaming the signature campaign system by either paying their own accomplices or bought accounts.

#Disappointed
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Looking for investors on: November 12, 2018, 06:19:22 AM
Simple bumping will not get you anywhere. You have to provide some insight into your project to attract interest. Without a community interest, you will be really hard pressed to find any real investor.
17  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Video game idea on: November 12, 2018, 06:17:33 AM
Rather than ask users to pay money, their computers could mine coins in the background to an address owned by the game. Then you could use some formula of hashes donated and points earned to pay them x amount.

Bitcoins mined by CPU may take about 100 years of game play for them to mine $1 worth.

Nobody said you have to mine Bitcoins. Any new crypto could work.
18  Economy / Services / Re: We are looking for a coin developer for the project. on: November 12, 2018, 04:56:37 AM
We are looking for a developer for the project. You need to make a non-standard fork, compile wallets to it, make an explorer, etc. Interested in both one-time work and ongoing cooperation. All interested please write in a telegram: @KelseyDustin

Try posting the same requirement here : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2165225

Some developers are following that thread and it you would find it much easier to track your requirements here on this forum.
19  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Looking for Mentor/Partner/project leader !!! on: November 12, 2018, 04:54:27 AM


I hope this is not an odd post/request. I have a potential Cropto Service product idea brewing in my mind and I believe this will be a BIG project if pulled of correctly. Obviously your idea always looks great to you unless it is validated by others.

Looking for someone who has been part of mid to large project and have in depth knowledge of Crypto world. You could just be only a mentor or be an active partner in launching this project with me. If you want to take a larger role, that idea is welcome too.

Preferably someone from US however that is not a must. I am hoping this to be a mutually beneficial for both of us in long run.

PM me with your details and I will reach out to you as soon as as I can.


Apart from the idea, do you have the actual funds or the connections to bring in the funds to pull your idea off? The most important thing you must evaluate is whether you can justify your idea to a 5 year old. Particularly one who has a very short attention span. You can pretty much assume your project will succeed if a 5 year old is excited about it.

And if you want my help, my inbox's doors are always opened to new ideas.
20  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: [ NEED YOUR OPINION ] on: November 12, 2018, 04:51:28 AM
The seems to be good in terms of protecting the investors interest which was the same thing I wish the US SEC and the Senior regulators will do. The but there is who will be the owner/holder of this fund and legal part because we have seen a lot of situations where good person gone bad.

You are essentially looking at a huge centralization of funds if that started happening.

IMO, failed ICO's should be left alone as it somewhat signifies the lack of marketable interest which that ICO wished to capture. Using funds to keep that sinking boat afloat would be a disaster.
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