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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Bounties (Altcoins) / Re: (SPECIAL BOUNTY)🔥🔥$100K 🤑 WORTH MIG TOKEN FOR 1000 MEMBER🤑🔥🔥NO KYC on: May 12, 2019, 04:13:27 PM
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2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Are you still hodl? Then we go to you! on: April 29, 2019, 03:50:30 AM
Do you still hold coins and wait for them to grow?
I trade every day and make a profit. I can make a few in one day. For a month, it turns out about 100%
Why sit and hodl coin?

You are lying. You cannot sustain 100% profit every month. You just had such profit one month or two, while I can HODL and earn that in 15 days or less. Who cares.
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Binance is Becoming a Crypto Monopoly on: April 28, 2019, 09:00:32 PM
Binance is very big, and wants to have a monopoly. I don't blame them for that. It is up to us to accept it or to fight it. We are the most important thing: users. They are nothing without us. Even Binance!!
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Are Stablecoins A Necessary Evil? on: April 27, 2019, 08:20:53 PM
"Fiat-backed stablecoins are therefore rarely actual cryptocurrencies, which causes them to inherit their main characteristics and shortcomings from the centralised banking system. Ultimately, they function in the same manner as fiat, backed by what amounts to an IOU."

Danial Daychopan wrote a short article linked below that has got me thinking. Are stablecoins bad for the cryptocurrency ecosystem because they are essentially fiat in digital form, or are they beneficial as they provide stability in an extremely volatile market? Curious to hear your thoughts, give it a read and let me know your angle on it.

This is an interesting article. I believe crypto is here to stay! Crypto with lower volatility is also needed. We need stablecoins for that, to make some apps (dapps) function better and stable.
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Airdrop is more profitable than Social Media Bounty ? on: April 27, 2019, 08:17:33 PM
When you see in every spreadsheet bounty, why every member join social media bounty always get low rewards ?
But in Airdrop their rewards is enough for their task.

I see in bounty group there are many people who join social media bounty rewards is under airdrop rewards.
$1.8 for do facebook bounty but every member who join airdrop get $5. Is enough for bounty who always do task every weeks ?

This is my opinion why airdrop is more profitable than social media bounty

Task for Airdrop is easy than Social Media Bounty

In Airdrop, you only need to join their official page and join form. In Social Media Bounty, you must create,share and like their official page. Most of Social Media bounty must share 5 post and create 2 post.

Social Media Bounty makes more post than Airdrop

To join Social Media Bounty you must make Proff of Authentication then send your bounty report every week. But Airdrop is simple than Bounty, you only create Proff of Authentication

Most of newbie always join Social Media Bounty

Every newbie who try bounty, always join social media. If that bounty is only 4-6 weeks, their rewards is enough about their task. But if in bounty is 8-16 weeks. Social Media Bounty user is more do task and their rewards is too low.

You said "Task for Airdrop is easy than Social Media Bounty". However, an airdrop in essence should not have any kind of task. That's why it is named airdrop, not a bounty campaign.
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: is this another drama ? on: April 27, 2019, 08:16:03 PM
after Craig Wright drama
now John McAfee said, he has spoken with Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto and plans to reveal the personís identity.

do you believe with John McAfee, if he already know who is the real Satoshi Nakamoto ?

I believe they are all trying to show off and get more subscribers to their social accounts. That's all! We don't need this kind of people in our community! Get off!
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: i lost 0.6 into 0.15 in digitex future coin , very sad day for me on: April 27, 2019, 08:03:15 PM
please help me ,
how to recover my fund , i almost lost 0.45 btc in 1 day .
now i am very sad

please help

Please prove you lost this money before anyone helps you. It is so easy to ask for help without proving you really lost any money. Don't whine without proof!
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Are altcoins useless? on: April 27, 2019, 08:01:41 PM
No. Most of the altcoins are useless, but some of that were not useless as the most. Some of them can bring crypto more popular, famous, etc.
Yes. Most altcoins are not useless. They are going to be important and huge in the future to come. Only a few scam coins are rendered useless because they are scams!
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: This might be ridiculous, but let answer this question on: April 27, 2019, 08:00:14 PM
Millions of people nowadays, in here, actually looking for a job to work with and most of them are works in Bounties section, where I approximately understand that people can get easy money from it. Every day and every second thousand posts are delivered and posted. But, some of my minds want to know about your real life. Do you really enjoy your life outside this forum?

Not everyone is capable of being a good marketeer for the project, so not everyone is good and fit for a bounty hunter. People must know what they are good at before doing something.
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: There's Still Too Many Scams Within The ICO Community... on: April 27, 2019, 07:58:39 PM
There's a ton of exit scam ICO's within this community. Anytime a crypto enthusiasts tries to speak up, they are usually silenced by the deceptive company. With Tipestry, you can now comment on any page without the fear of being censored. You can also tip users in crypto if you like what a specific user says. I encourage any of you to start speaking up about companies that are scamming users. Companies are STILL scamming users to this day...if you see something suspicious use Tipestry to expose them to the community.

Tipestry -

Thank you for exposing such scammers. Unfortunately we will never get rid of scammers in crypto. They will reinvent themselves and evolve to more complicated scams.
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Luring hunters to promote bounties on: April 27, 2019, 07:54:01 PM
What I've learnt about bounties so far
1)many bounty hunters are joining bounties that has huge stake allocations like 300,000$ upward ,some are even after the 1000000$ ones well I've stop hunting for projects that lure hunters with huge rewards as many of them are plain rubbish

2)I've learn to always join bounties that are already listed and trading with good volume and mind you these bounties always have low bounty rewards like 75k to 100k but there is high assurance of selling your tokens if you wish to ,not keeping coins that will never see the light of the days again ,I mean tokens that will never get listed

3)there are few bounty managers that I respect ,they take there job very serious and I always like to follow them ,waiting for them to launch new bounties ,I prefer to join 4-5 projects in a year than promoting shitcoins

Good. Then you can leave all those USD millions to people who chase big money and are not worried about missing a shot once or twice. Your call!
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Why not buy Ethereum on: April 27, 2019, 07:52:42 PM
Now I will name just three reasons why you should not buy Ethereum. Of course, you can call an almost infinite number of reasons why you should not buy airwaves, but we are not chasing after quantity, but quality. I believe that these three reasons are enough to not even think about investing in the air.

1. The ether has infinite emission.
Even if there were no other reasons, I would still not have bought Ethereum because of the endless issue. Gold will cease to be gold, if it is endlessly "printed." Did you know about this?

2. Ethereum regularly hosts hurricanes to return, for example, stolen funds and this greatly undermines the decentralization of the coin. In this way,
large investors may be wary of investing in the air because of fear of losing money.

3. The hurdles are conducted only for very large investors, for example, because of the DAO fund. If you steal even one million dollars, you probably will not get anything back. There is discrimination.

What do you think?

1. Yes, ether has infinite emission. But it may be hard forked into a finite emission.

2. Read number 3.

3. This was a different time.
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Why blame people for your failure? on: April 27, 2019, 07:51:20 PM
I come across different posts and allegations that bounty hunters are dumpers and they make projects lose it value upon exchange listing. But from my experience with bounties most projects don't offer bounty allocation of more than 5% of the total token sold. So how will 5% dump have a huge effect on the remaining 95% price. And what about projects that don't have bounties but still dump hard on the exchange, is it bounty hunters too?
The bitter truth is that most projects dump because of the ridiculous number of bonuses the team have offered during the tokensale and pre-sale period. Imagine giving investors 70% bonus for their investments, they can decide to sell everything off and be happy with the 70% profit.

Bounty hunters actully help projects create hype so they benefit the price much more than the opposite. It is so ridiculous to think the opposite!
14  Economy / Exchanges / Re: Will Binance get closed down? on: April 27, 2019, 07:50:10 PM
I cannot imagine that Binance will close their exchange, because it is the biggest, the most popular exchange with the largest trading volume that is not faked. The can ask US customers to close their accounts, but nothing more.

I agree with this comment. Binance is already too big to fail. If US customers do use Binance, then the USA will not consider inflicting so much pain in this market full of Americans.
15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Scams on: April 20, 2019, 07:00:38 PM
Is there a possibility of a scam if my tokens have no value for 2 months? I already have the tokens for 2.5 months and they keep telling us that listing is a laborious thing to do. Is that a normal thing to happen when your coin doesn't have any value for 2.5 months now?

There is a big probability you felt victim to a scam. However note that your tokens may be worth millions in the market and still be a scam. Be careful because the market may take a long time to accurately price the scam tokens.
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: 5 Best Ethereum Wallets online in 2019 on: April 20, 2019, 06:58:54 PM
Ethereum is the second largest cryptocurrency in the world, which has some web-based wallets, which can be accessed from anywhere. Some of the web wallets are custodial where the control of the private key is not in your hands as itís being controlled by the third party, so they might be susceptible to attacks or phishing. On the other hand, there are certain web wallets which are non-custodial, which means you are in control over your private keys.

Let us check the top online Ethereum wallets in 2019:

#1 MyEtherWallet
MyEtherWallet is one of the most renowned Ethereum web wallets which lets you have entire control over your private keys that increases the security of your assets. You need to back up your wallet on a regular basis. You can even integrate the hardware wallets like Ledger Nano S and Trezor along with accessing the smart contracts. MyEtherWallet not only supports Ethereum but also all ERC20 tokens along with a built-in- ETH to BTC swap, which makes it one of the best Ethereum wallets online.

#2 MetaMask

MetaMask is a web wallet which is known for their extension in your browser, like Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and so on. It enables you to encrypt your private keys and store in your system. The whole aim behind MetaMask is to make storing and transacting with Ethereum as accessible as possible. Moreover, you donít have to give your personal information, which makes t even more likable amongst the users.

#3 Guarda

Guarda is one of the most popular multi-purpose wallets which can be even considered as one of the best Eth wallets online. It stores multiple tokens apart from Ethereum and ERC20 tokens. Its security and reliability feature makes it a popular choice amongst the users. The best part is that Guarda doesnít store the private keys so it gets erased once you log out from the device. Guarda has one of the smoothest processes for accessing the web wallet, which even a beginner can access.

#4 Cryptonator

Cryptonator is a web-based Ethereum wallet that provides automatic and instant exchange between the supported cryptocurrencies at an attractive rate. It gives you accessibility even by staying anonymous and having secured by SSL (HTTPS) connection. You can access your wallet 24/7 and one time passwords can add extra security to your account.

#5 Free Wallet

Free Wallet is a custodial Ethereum web wallet which enables you to store, receive, send and transfer Ethereum. You can even buy Ethereum with a credit card and can get free transfers between free wallet users. Free Wallet community takes measure to keep their wallets safe and secure. The Free web wallet is having an easy interface so that even the beginners can conveniently access them.

Note: Free wallet is a custodial wallet service so users won't be having access to the private keys of the wallets.

Read here all the details:

Share your opinions as well...thanks

Don't you like MyCrypto for example? I believe it is better than My Ether Wallet for example. In fact, I have been using Metamask much more recently and I am liking it.
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Know what token you hodl on: April 20, 2019, 06:47:23 PM
This is a brief overview for non believers of coin hodling

In 2017, a lot of investors bought binance token at 1$ each and then the token amassed popularity and went to 2$; a lot of incidents and it went back to 1$

In 2018, bnb went as high as 23$, a lot sold at that peak; then it went back to 5$ a lot moaned; many bought back when the token went back to 5$

Now we all know whatís happening to bnb tokens

The basic thing here is... Know what you are holding. If you are holding a good project, no matter what the ups and downs are you will always win in the long term. Holders make the most profit.

NB: This are my opinion and my idea; feel free to contribute; then dyor and trade and invest wisely

Buy at low prices and sell at high prices. The principle is so easy. Not easy to find the cheap and expensive moments but we should at least try to have this mindset. If we don't achieve 100% of the potential profits, at least 30% is already good. It is a learning process.
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Keep the HYPE alive on: April 19, 2019, 09:14:41 PM
People talk about hype as if it's not good at all for investors, I'm here today to share my experience  about how crypto hype helped me reach out for more profits
1)Hype has driven me to put in more efforts in hunting for more profits, even in airdrops hunting I am able to make better profits from ordinary airdrops
2)Hype somehow erased the lazy feeling off my body and I'm now able to detect fake projects and put in more efforts spending hours on bounty projects to decide whether it's worth promoting or not.
Now I'm willing to open doors to all opportunities available, hype is whats giving me more hope so HPYE is not what we can escape from, in fact it's part of cryptopians

I totally agree with you. Hype is wonderful. It makes us richer and richer. We need need hype to accelerate adoption. We will be rich anyway. Hype only makes the whole process a lot quicker.
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Why IEOs Came Into Existence? on: April 19, 2019, 09:11:35 PM
Have you ever thought of this before?

When I first heard of IEOs from smaller exchanges, I thought they were simply catering to one of the demands of ICO investors which is immediate exchange listing.

Then came the bigger centralized exchanges like Binance, Bittrex, and Kucoin. It somehow made me wonder why would they open up their platform to crowdfunding. Maybe because they also think that the ICO market is dying? If so, then that would mean less new projects. With less new projects, less potential source of income (listing fees). 

So in the end, it is still all about the $$$. These exchange are probably afraid of losing one of their major source of income  Grin

What's your take on this?

It is quite obvious it is still all about the money. Didn't you know that before? What world do you live in? Yes, they want our money and we want make money too. As simple as that!
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Important question to Investors!! on: April 18, 2019, 04:36:02 AM
Hey guys. As the title suggests, i've a question to the presale Investors.

Do you invest in Presales?

What do you research first in order to invest?

What makes the project interesting and worth investing?

I ask all the investors, what makes a coin Perfect!?!

A working platform?

Active devs?

or do you guys see something else too?

Please let me know, i'm really keen to know such stuff before becoming an investor myself. Thanks. Smiley

I personally like Crypto Whales Pool. They got nice presale deals and all coins they chose were very profitable, at least for a while. I remember some coins were up to 7x in a few weeks.
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