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1  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: A Disadvantage of Bitcoin Talk Forum and Crypto with the Cost of Smart Phone on: March 05, 2022, 04:54:58 PM
I think the title is sort of misleading, isn't it? I don't find that to be a disadvantage of this forum or crypto in general, but maybe we could say something like, "A disadvantage of costs of smart phones for developing countries.", because it is not the forum or crypto that is holding people back but it is the costs of the devices or services that they can't afford, and I know how that feels as I don't come from a first-world country myself.
2  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Some crypto use cases don't deserve your hard-earned money, invest wisely on: March 05, 2022, 04:39:08 PM
Although the point you are trying to explain is not completely wrong, but I believe that a project should not solely be judged by the fact that they are not backed by a company owning/storing gold for them as any individual or a company having the budget can purchase and store gold just like any other asset and there should be no problem for a project to purchase enough gold to back their coins with it, but, as you said, transparency is what's required if they are not hiding anything. So before investing into a project, a thorough research about it is a must.
3  Economy / Speculation / Re: The total BTC balance on exchanges continuously decreasing since 2020 on: April 28, 2021, 06:43:19 PM
But what's the harm in keeping it on an exchange and not traded, is it at a loss? and if it is lost it will be the responsibility of the exchange, but if it is stored in a hard wallet and is lost, only you are responsible.
so which one is more effective and safer when securing your Bitcoin?

First of all, your coins won't get lost in an exchange. In rare scenarios, they are compromised by hackers or phishers and in a case like that, the exchange would never take the responsibility and compensate you with the amount of coins you had from their own vault. That doesn't happen.
Another scenario that could occur is the glitches and errors in systems, which might be the reason for the funds getting unsettled for a while, but that wouldn't be a problem and the exchange would rectify that themselves.

So overall, the ideal solution is to withdraw and store your coins somewhere like a cold wallet, and keep your private keys safe. It is never recommended to keep storing your assets in an exchange unless you are using them for trading purposes.
4  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: How did YOU start trading in bitcoin? on: January 19, 2021, 04:25:53 PM
1. How did you start trading Bitcoin?

I didn't, I earned them. Never bought a single satoshi, though I have basic knowledge about trading, but I used to trade Bitcoin against other smaller cryptocurrencies.

2. How can you start trading Bitcoin?

To be honest, Bitcoin is not a cryptocurrency that can be traded on daily bases to get profit, but it is an asset that increases in worth in longer terms. People usually either buy Bitcoin and store them, or buy Bitcoin and trade it against other smaller cryptocurrencies in the market to earn profits regularly.
But, if you still want to do that, you can always buy with a small capital from any exchange that supports the payment system from your country, and then trade Bitcoin against USDT (A form of dollar in cryptocurrency, that is always stable).
The process of trading Bitcoin would be to buy now and sell it later when the price is higher and you are getting more than what you've spent.

3. Tips for begginers?

Don't invest everything you have. Always start with the minimum if you are not experienced.

Never panic sell. Don't read messages and news and sell your assets based on that. You never know what happens, and you will always be in loss if you do that. If Bitcoin drops $2,000 today then it can gain $4,000 tomorrow. The market is so unpredictable, so make sure not to fall into such things.

Be aware of scammers. Always use trusted services whether you are buying or selling, always do your research before doing that.

Good luck!  Smiley
5  Economy / Exchanges / Re: EXCHANGE BLOCKCHAIN.COM on: January 19, 2021, 04:07:33 PM
Has anyone suffered his account being blocked by

No, never used their exchange.

I asked for the reason but they (support) say they are not allowed.

Never heard that before. The support should let you know the reason why your account is frozen, no matter what the matter is. You should keep pinging them and tell them that you have funds in your account that you need, and if they are not willing to let you have the funds, they should at least let you know why you were blocked.

Any chances of getting my funds back?
Isnīt this illegal? Huh

There is no other way unless you convince them to let you withdraw your money from the account.
And the legality of their actions depends on the laws within your country. If you have actually violated their T&Cs, then there is nothing illegal about that, but if there is something unclear or a misunderstanding, then maybe you can take some legal action if your country supports that.
6  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: [WARNING]: Fake Paypal Giveaway on: November 24, 2020, 01:17:22 PM
Here's a new one.....


This is just like a traditional hype scam website, which offers 2x ROI and gets newbies, who think that is possible and they can actually get double for the money spent, to fall for it and such scams usually earn a handsome chunk of Bitcoins with this.

Such websites show fake incoming and outgoing transactions on their websites:

But the address that is mentioned for the funds to be sent to doesn't have any of the transactions shown in the website in it:

When newbies see the transactions flowing in the website, they think that the website is actually paying, and they fall for the trap.
7  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: How to upgrade Newbie member to full member on: November 24, 2020, 12:58:15 PM
Just a piece of advice, as every single aspect of your question/post has already been answered a number of times before my post.
So, the advice would be:

- Delete all your previous posts that make you look like an idiot, and a bounty hunter both of which are not much different, and start exploring the forum more, and learn the things around here. Stop chasing bounties, they are useless (at least 98% of them are) and won't do you any good. It is only cents you are working for.


- Abandon this account, create a new one, and start fresh by doing the stuff that I suggestion above.

Good luck.
8  Other / Meta / Re: How does this guy bump 9 threads in under 20 seconds? on: October 25, 2020, 02:51:42 PM
It wouldn't require a script to do that if all the things are prepared already. He definitely logs in the accounts using multiple browsers, copies the links to the threads in some text editor like notepad, and then keeps opening 4 or 5 of them at once and write a single word and then just tap post by switching browsers with shortcut key alt+tab. It wouldn't take more than 2 seconds for you to post a single word from one account in that way.
9  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Bitcoin for tasks ? on: October 24, 2020, 03:45:21 PM
Have you thought about looking at it in a slightly different way? You could sign up to somewhere like Swagbucks and earn money taking surveys, it's easily possible (from my own experience) to earn $15-25 per week with an hour or two per day. Take the money that you've earned from completing those surveys and use it to buy bitcoin. They pay cash straight into paypal, which you could use to buy any cryptocurrency you want.

Have you tried SwagBucks yourself before posting this? Most of the offers they have for users to earn points require the user to spend money on some kind of subscription in order to earn the points which would later be available to be cashed out or exchanged for gift cards, but, since someone like the OP here cannot spend money as he clearly said in his post that he wants to earn Bitcoins without having to buy them. So, I personally don't find this solution to be very helpful, though he can give it a try himself. I'm saying this because I have just tried it, and it didn't seem to be that helpful.

Back to the post, @OP, you can try posting a job at BitGigs and see if someone hires you to do a job, or you can search for more websites like that.
10  Other / Meta / Re: Stopping Bounties To Rank Up In Btctalk on: May 11, 2020, 10:59:45 AM
If by Bounties you mean the Bounty Campaigns from the Altcoin Section then you are right. A user participating in any of them is 99.9% a shitposter who doesn't even know what to write and what is a good thread to post in, but they just post anything nonsensical in any useless megathread only to increase their post count and get paid by the bounty campaign manager.
Otherwise, the campaigns that pay in Bitcoin are not always that bad. Even the most reputed members of the forum join signature campaigns that pay in Bitcoin and there is no harm in that as long as you are regularly posting in a constructive manner.

Note: You won't get a slot in a signature campaign anyway, if you are not a good poster.
11  Other / Meta / Re: Please explain the ban reason on: May 07, 2020, 08:23:27 PM
I have not see any logic at all.

I'll show you.  Smiley

What is "Burst posting" Huh

This is:
(Note: Check the timestamps)

Is it forbidden to write many posts here?

Not forbidden by the rules, but it is frowned upon, if you are writing one after another within a couple of minutes.

What is "low quality posts" Huh

This is:

If other messages are "low quality" why there are not deleted then?

It is not necessary for a mod to delete all the messages of a user if they are about to ban him. So, only because the mod who banned you did not delete all your messages it doesn't mean that they are not of low quality.
12  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Some members have the exact ad-profile photo. on: April 21, 2020, 02:23:37 PM
Why not open his merit history?;u=2775483 it's really hard and lazy to open it? Roll Eyes

No it's not hard, nor I'm that lazy, what I meant was that he isn't so dumb not to know about the very basics of the forum if he can earn Merits, which requires at least some general sense to get.

It's really cool how a new user ( registered in March 04, 2020 ) can make bitcointalk stats and asking technical questions. He deserve the merits, even he still doesn't know this forum so much. But, it's doesn't matter... he will learn and know it from time to time.

Of course he deserves them if he had generated quality through his posts, but I don't think that a couple of months are not enough to learn about the basics.
13  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Some members have the exact ad-profile photo. on: April 21, 2020, 02:10:14 PM
It's called sarcasm. As for suchmoon's full Merit history, see and scroll down for his received Merits.

I think you missed the point here. Did I quote suchmoon in my post? I don't think so. And does it not mean that a poster is directly replying to the OP if they have not quoted any of the posts that are posted above his? I think so.

Edit: A reply posted right below another reply is not supposed to be the reply of the post above it. If I want to reply to a another reply, I would quote it and then right my message. That is what I have understood about posting so far.
Maybe I should have quoted OP to avoid confusions, but I thought it is not a necessity.
14  Other / Meta / Re: Save your nice merit records, here. on: April 21, 2020, 02:07:33 PM
Haven't been active for a long time. Never thought of capturing the 111 mark since there wasn't anything like this thread in my mind back then. But now when I'm back again, would definitely try reaching 222 and then capture the moment and share it here, if the thread stays active till then.
15  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Some members have the exact ad-profile photo. on: April 21, 2020, 01:53:23 PM
After reading this post of yours, I wonder how you got those Merits.
No, seriously now. I'm not judging you, I know you can ask whatever you want, I'm just curious to know how to be so dumb and still earn Merits.  Smiley

P.S: No offense.
16  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Help Need About Getting merit how I can get merit easily on: April 01, 2020, 01:19:29 PM
though I give full afford.

I don't find you doing that even in this post. Where are you from, basically? Maybe you should try posting in your local board and then you may earn Merits for your posts if they are worthy, because you clearly are not a constructive English poster.
17  Other / Meta / Re: Top helpers of this forum on: March 04, 2020, 04:21:50 PM
Not sure if they really want any recognition for what they do since all of them, I'm sure, are crypto enthusiasts and are always eager to discuss stuff related to it either by helping someone or just discussing some stuff in a general manner.
But, you for sure wanted, and tried your best to get the most out of this post by licking the *beep* of all of them with the name mentioning there.  Tongue
That's some nasty move to get some Merits lad.  Tongue
18  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Trading And Investor on: March 01, 2020, 12:30:51 PM

1. Crypto Investment

This question can divided into two parts. 1. Whether you are asking about investing in cryptocurrencies? Or, 2. You are asking for investing cryptocurrencies themselves?
1. Investing in Cryptocurrencies is the act of buying any specific cryptocurrency with fiat and then holding them for a chance to sell them when their price goes higher.
2. There are some websites that allow you invest your cryptocurrency with them, and in return, you will get commission for that. Most of them are lending websites. You can find some if you google it.

2. Crypto Trading- is it just all about buying tokens and sellings

Yes, crypto trading is all about buying cryptocurrencies when their price is low and then selling them when they go high.

3. What does it means for a token to be listed on an exchange.

It means everything for the ones holding that token. A token is useless as long as it is only kept in the wallets and there are no marketplaces that are allowing the holders to trade their coins for a more valuable coin that can be held for a wider span of time.

4. What makes one a Perfect Investor

Perfect speculations, I guess. If you can judge the charts, you are most likely to earn profit out of your investments, because if you are experienced, you would know by the behavior of the charts of any token/coin if it is gonna go lower or it would jump up.

5. How can one determine a futuristic success of a project to invest in.

Doing some research about the team behind the project and the promises they are making just to make sure it is not all just a bubble that is soon going to explode and outcome would be zero.

6. What are the precautions to be taken in relation to doing all of this.

Every single step requires its own precautions to be taken before getting into it. Investments require a lot of research, trading requires experience, selecting exchanges for the trade would also require you to inquire about them before getting into them, and the same goes with the projects that you are interested in, so basically, it is all about research and study, and sometimes experience that you need in order to be at least be a little bit successful in any of the mentioned steps above.
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Bounties (Altcoins) / Re: [BOUNTY] GOLD Stablecoin – $200,000 - payouts in BTC, ETH, GOLD on: March 01, 2020, 12:07:20 PM
#Authentication Post
Type of campaign: Signature
Bitcointalk Username: Alone055
ERC20 wallet address: 0x691FDB2e9CA38F35359c339897ec0797Be38e577
20  Other / Meta / Re: How much time a day do you dedicate to Bitcointalk? on: February 28, 2020, 12:22:17 PM
Used to spend around 2 to 3 hours a day before, but I'm not that active anymore because of studies. I still try to visit the forum once in a week or so, and I'm trying to be more active again since this forum is the only place where I learnt the most about the cryptoverse.
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