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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Central bank coins vs crypto space coins on: Today at 03:37:13 AM
Coins issued by the central bank in my opinion are stable coins because it may be gradually to replace banknotes in circulation in the community. Besides being easier to trace, transactions using crypto will be more transparent and in my opinion this is good for monetary policy

It is evident that Central Bank do really makes their step now to follow the trend of digital currencies and to think about the fiats that they are transitioning to digital currencies, I highly see that the currency they could create will not be a crypto based on blockchain, since whenever that happens, if fiat currencies will be aligned to crypto, conversion of money will be easier and the fiats will just be a tool to mediate people buying cryptocurrency. In which I find good
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Pain of a bounty manager. on: Today at 02:23:06 AM
Bounty manager should take the risks and pay with his reputation if something goes wrong. If he is famous and well known, with good reputaion, people are following him and taking part in all his campaigns. If he fails constantly, he is to blame and nobody likes him Smiley

We all know that bounty hunting involves risk to both of the parties including bountyhunters with manager, and the entire projwct itself, but the risk should not entirely shoulder by the bounty managers because he's somehow with the side of the b
hunters and a victim there as well. Though, the initial step to be successful relies on the decision and capability of the manager to choose the right project. Because if not, it is merely the bounty hunters who will suffer, since the manager turns out to be in the shady side of the entire team.
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Altcoin Bleeding on: Today at 01:50:59 AM
We all know that investing in cryptocurrency do really provides good profit and we should take all risk for us to be eligible f
to get it. But to consider, if we are to invest funds to buy altcoins afor our intention is to play safe, we shkuld take into consideration that playing safe will not merely provide us decent profit. Most of the time, big income could be achieved, from the altcoins that are just starting up in the market. Despite of the risk we could take, a long period of extensive study will enable us to catch the promising altcoins and to potentially earn allot.
4  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Would a Crypto Based Economy Make Things Safer? on: Today at 12:23:35 AM
Indeed, a world supported by cryptocurrency for most of its financial aspects great, but to consider the cost, it is nit quite that good since conversion of peopl from traditional payment aystems involves allot of funding especially to teach them.with basic knowledge about crypto where they need to attend seminars or orientations which I see constly. Though, we are in an emerging world of investment, funding could be solve when some of our huge hodlers and investors will try to invest to attract people. You know what, tmost of the people invest for market price, not knowing that the people or demand drives this price to go way up high.
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Some exchanges charges are too high on: Today at 12:07:17 AM
Well, it is really surprisibg to see how exchanges deals with transactions especially the withdrawal fees, but to consider, exchanges varies depending on the cryptocurrency that we are trying to withdraw out of the market. In fact, you could first trade the crypto you want to some altcoina that are wvidently low in transafxtion fee in terms of withdrawal. And then, try to convert the altcoin back to BTC in ylur preferred local exchange if you want.
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Are you sure crypto is the future currency? on: January 21, 2020, 04:32:48 AM
I'm prettu sure that many of us think of the possibility of cryptocurrency to replace fiats in the near future, considering the fact that the main functions of fiats could be replaced by the emerging technology of digital currency as of today. But for me, this is hard and might need another decade to break the current system and for us to have a strong and solid reason why we should replace the fiats. In a sense that many businesses relies on banks and financial institution, they will not allow a decentralized system to enter the market that might eventually replace them. For sure, crypto enthusiasts will be happy about this but the people who haven't have a decent job will decline the innovation just because of them havinh low technological literacy among others.
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Crypto market moves in like a mystery! on: January 21, 2020, 03:49:58 AM
In market, it is normal to drive positive and negative trend that we usually experience day by day, but to consider if there is an organic or manipulated market, I highly doubt it really exist becausw market is shared and the reson merely is because of the demand, disregarding the word 'manipulation' because all resorts of crypto to why their price increase and decrease is because of Market condition, which is simpky determined by technical analysis, and study of the current msrket status.
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Other than bitcoin is it worth to invest in Ripple? on: January 21, 2020, 03:03:31 AM
Bitcoin really does, impact the market a very huge market capitalization but behind those success of bitcoin, XRP or ripple is imposing a positive trend considering the favt that it has enormous amount of volume circulation, hodlers and investors of XRP could potentially have good profits because of its very cheap price. If it ranges to 3-5dollars, that is quite a multiple profits but for now, there is no significant good reason why we should expect XRP to increase other than to increase with bitcoin which have bitcoin halving.
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: The future of bounty looks uncertain on: January 21, 2020, 02:26:31 AM
I don't count on bounty now. let's just say bounty is another fun job. no need to overdo it and not main job. so for me it's not a big problem with bounty. A scam is part of a bounty risk.
yeah i like you say that. Bounty is only a side job and I don't really care if the bounty that I follow will end up being fraudulent or not because I don't really expect the bounty for right now. at the moment I am more focused on trading because that's it is more fun and I am also trying to mine BTC on various mining sites. Smiley

We'll, that could make sense if you, yourself is not wearing a bounty ICO signature, because I believe that you are still trying to pursue gaining paid by these bounty, considering the fact that it is too hard for now to search promising project that really pay. And take note, if they pay bounty hunters, it is does not mean that the project is legit in the first place. So to sum up, choosing bounty should start with choosing best projects, not just only those that pay, but could stand in the long run because not all bounty hunters dump the tokens, there are some decent bounty hunters that believes to the project that's why they hodl.
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Quality or Price? - which one you look when buying altcoins? on: January 21, 2020, 01:11:52 AM
In terms of buying altcoins, there are many factors that we mainly consider, two of which are the price and the quality of crypto in terms of many aspects such as developer competency and demand. I've come up to a conclusion that buying crypto for its price is good for a short term basis. While, accumulating altcoins for a longer period will be much sensible if we consider the overall quality of the altcoins. Because these qualities will support the altcoin in the long run.
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Are you a crypto freelancer? on: January 20, 2020, 06:29:12 AM
I see, there are two different divisions to consider being a cyptocurrency freelancer, first is to become a freelancer using bitcointalk forum,  because as we could notice, the second option is through other sites which is quite requiring formal applications such as passing resume and or CV to be accepted. But no matter what division we consider, ad long as we are being passionate to work and to do task accordingly, there is nothing wrong with doing jobs in crypto.
12  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Real reasons to Why do you gamble? on: January 20, 2020, 05:58:06 AM
We're playing because we desire to win some money, but the most important thing once we're playing is to be wise once we win we can stop playing and return tomorrow. Also, maybe if something is going on well that day people might feel more enticed to gamble as they would believe that they have higher chances to win even though that is completely false. It's all literally just in peoples heads. The fake beliefs and fake hopes.

Although you have a passion for winning some money, you must realize that in gambling, you will not have a big chance to win that money. I think only with act wise that will help us from the loss of the money. Maybe if all gamblers consider that the win money is as a bonus, and they don't think about how to win, they will not become addicting because they already know that gambling is not for making money.

I don't see the real essence why we gamble herein the first place, because gambling for a reason should be deep and will be good if we win, so contradicting to the idea of yours, there is a big chance of winning big in gambling and that could be achieved through betting unsual amount of fund and if the systems tells us to win, then we can claim the profit without ease. The reason why people could tell that gambling isn't really worthy of winning is because, they mostly bet small amount of fund, not considering the capability of it to have 50/50 percent chance. In short, they are afraid to bet huge.
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: if anyone hacked your account then who is responsible??? on: January 20, 2020, 05:31:09 AM
By the chance of having our funds missing or taken out by someone that isn't us. The percentage of who should be responsible varies. If you think your account is already secured (using security feautures such as 2FA and more), then its balance just disappeared suddenly without trace, it is the responsibility of the exchange that there is a malfunction in their system. But with the evemt where you can see someone accessed your account, it is 50/50 chance that it is by your mistake with the support of the lack of security feautures of the exchange.
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Scammers are smart as well. on: January 20, 2020, 05:11:23 AM
when we are transacting in oue daily lives, there comes a time that someone we didn't know will talk abkut investment in a sudden, but we already know that their intentions right from the start is to scam people but one of the faults we made is to test whether these scammers do really have the knowledge about the proudct thet they are proposing, as a result, some do not really know much things about it, but some do really have the knowledge which leads to victims to be victimized. I come into conclusion that inorder to avoid being scammed by these people, we shouldn't just be knowledegeable but to also to try to always avoid talking into these people right in the first place.
15  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Alternatives Like BTC Becomes Necessary As World Debt Reaches $253 Trillion on: January 20, 2020, 12:51:26 AM
I see, bitcoin is a good alternative but to consider that the debt is worldwide, I think it is still going to be not a good replacement because what backs bitcoin is still dollars, but if we would think of the fact that bitcoin is an investment platform, we could take advantage of it to retrieve and pay global debt. If and only if there is a person that will be tasked to trade and keep track of the market. Because for me, if people will utilize bitcoin, it is nonsense as debt should be repaid but in this case, it will not.
16  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin Solves This: Bill Gates Talks About the US Wealth Gap on: January 19, 2020, 07:35:19 AM
Bitcoin has been existing for more than decade already. I believe there are rich who haven't known it yet that first year it existed. Most likely those smart and online users who are knowlegeable about had given the opportunity to earn it. Eventually it became known to the rich. And there wide array of funds can really give them an edge as well to dominate the bitcoin investment like Bill Gates. Its the reality that we need to accept.

But to think that they are already wealthy, it is considerably still not fair for them to invest right now where I can consider their big investment as late to enter the market now that it is bullish. Furthermore, to solve this issue of investment, they need to hire expert individual that will work to analyze the market and to tell if it is good to invest at the moment. But one thing for sure, even if they're late, it is never a mistake to consider investing in bitcoin or altcoin as long as they remain observant and knowledgeable about the market.
17  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: How we can introduce bitcoin to local people on: January 19, 2020, 07:00:24 AM
The easiest way so that other people can be interested in bitcoin, we can start from giveaway or airdrop even bounty to make them interested in using bitcoin. Because most people will be interested if given money for free. This way will be easy to attract them. You can spread it on your social media sites like Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. Usually after that they will ask more deeply about bitcoin.

Would you consider bounty as giving free money? I rather not, because you need to exert effort and time, basically you are working to earn and people doesn't like that if that is the way for us to introduce crypto to them. In addition, airdrops most of the time, aren't really providing money, I've joined allot of airdrops before but only few provides good amount for an airdrops, and still many, have really low value. So to consider, introducing bitcoin to local people is much more effective with the traditional market advertisement by simple showing them bitcoin logo with merch's that we have.
18  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: two gambling games that are players favorite on: January 19, 2020, 06:23:54 AM
There is another one that we might forget, the Roulette, which indeed provides allot of fun as well, considering that it is very hard to get the jackpot price with it, there is allot of prices per each division of the roulette where we could win from. In addition, there is already allot of simulation and gambling sites that have this kind of game, dice and cards are evidently more popular compared to this.
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Shit Exchanges, an end to good projects. on: January 19, 2020, 06:08:47 AM
This will be a very difficult decision for them to think of, in the first place, they have their road map where their project should be inclined into, second is the pressure from the people especially the investors and the bounty hunters. Their mindset could be like asking too many times when to be listed to an exchange, as a result, for the project to somehow prove their competency to the market, they rush and decides to list on an exchange even if it has a negative reputation, plus, many people contributes by dumping the price of the coin leading to another worthless token created.
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Which coin do you prefer to hold for more than a year? on: January 19, 2020, 05:46:02 AM
it seems like none of them or long-term holders do not hold that two coins bitcoin and ethereum, because both coins are the main focus when we want to choose to hold long-term. thus, i'm not so enthusiastic to hold for a long time when holding other crypto and i will only hold it for the mid term or even the short term
What are you trying to say? Bitcoin and ethereum is mainly for a midterm hodling? I guess not, because for me, hodling bitcoin and ethereum is the bravest decision every trader or hodling ever made, because it was only once or twice in a year (sometimes there's none) that we could experience great profits in these cryptos, while on altcoins, they could trade for a short term trading, why would I exclude bitcoin and ethereum? Because fees are considerably high, so trading bitcoin and ethereum is mainly for a long term basis.
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