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1  Economy / Services / Re: MOZO Sig and Avatar Campaign(100 open slots) on: July 19, 2018, 10:37:19 AM
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2  Bitcoin / Press / Re: [2018-07-17] World’s First Bank-Owned Crypto Exchange Launches Publicly in Japan on: July 17, 2018, 02:37:35 PM
I don't believe that news for a long time. I'm cold to Japan. I used to think that this is the most cryptocurrency-friendly country and the victorious March of bitcoin around the world will start with Japan. But after a lot of exchanges have declared problems with registration in Japan and changed the place of the main registration, I treat Japan as well as other countries. They're no better than that.
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: How do you research altcoins? on: June 22, 2018, 04:22:01 PM
I don't have certain criteria. I always study the description of the project, feedback from those who have already participated in it. Then I act only intuitively. I used to make more mistakes than I do now, but I don't know the exact reasons. Probably every investor gradually gains experience and then feels the signals on a subconscious level.
4  Economy / Economics / Re: Blockchain technology is not a trend on: June 22, 2018, 04:08:59 PM
I disagree with the OP. Blockchain technology is a trend. But this technology is implemented only by specialists. Ordinary users are not interested in the technical aspects of cryptocurrencies. They are only interested in the end result. I think it is right. Everyone should do their job. Geniuses units and use their inventions in the millions.
5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: cryptocurrency exchange hack on: June 21, 2018, 03:31:23 PM
It seems to me that a large part of the blame for the hacking of the exchange lies with the leadership of the exchange. The minimum is criminal negligence and the maximum is malicious intent. Exchanges should have kept their money in the fridge for a long time. Trades should be conducted only in electronic form and correct the accounts several times a day based on the results of trades.
6  Economy / Economics / Re: Economic and Bitcoin Market Talk - Ex-JP Morgan host on: June 20, 2018, 03:41:04 PM
There certaibly is an audience for such, knowing that podcasts for weird, edgy shits are available to the public lol. Methinks that this is actually a good idea, and instead of listening to some religous bullshit or conspiracies of some sorts, trading strategies and insights about the markets would probably help the average Joe trader create his own ideas and tweak his strategies on trading. This will be beneficial and inspiring, for sure, and a lot of people would gladly listen to the words of financial experts and proven traders.
I do not believe that it is possible to teach a trading strategy in the cryptocurrency market. The price of cryptocurrencies depends on a very large number of factors. The market is very promising so no one will share with you a recipe for earnings. Any market is a cruel thing and survives only the most successful. The rest fill this market with money.
7  Economy / Economics / Re: What i believe will come on: June 17, 2018, 12:47:01 PM
While banks have many negatives it is incorrect to say that they do not bring some positives. By acting as an intermediary they facilitate numerous transactions that otherwise wouldn't happen and this stimulates the economy. The most obvious one is how they use savings to facilitate loans.
Why do you blame the banks? Bankers cannot act on their own. They always cooperate with the government. They have a common goal. Make this world for the rich. In their opinion, most people should be poor. Such people are easier to manage. They want people to have enough money only for the most necessary. It seems to me that cryptocurrencies are now going the same way. I have never trusted and will not trust any banks.
8  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: A bit of sadness for Bitcoin on: June 14, 2018, 03:11:21 PM
There is no grief. Such a decline in prices always gives a chance to new users of cryptocurrencies to enter this market. If you keep calm, you will not lose anything. Bitcoin is only at the beginning of its path and we are waiting for a lot of UPS and downs. We need to take this calmly and accept it as inevitable.
9  Economy / Speculation / Re: Bitcoin in the front page of the IMF website as the currency of the future on: June 14, 2018, 03:02:54 PM
Bitcoin is a force you as governing authority must accept and respect, because you can't do anything to stop it. The harder governing authorities try to work against Bitcoin, the more people will dive into local markets, which clearly is the case in all countries with harsh regulations. People here tend to think that China is out of the game, but they really aren't.

The local crypto economies there are growing like there is no tomorrow, and the government can only stop it by softening their regulations, and it will happen. Governments have to choose between a decentralized economy that only keeps growing, or one large centralized economy if they open their doors again. The latter will be the most favorable outcome for any government.

It will never allow the dollar to lose its dominant role.
It won't. Fiat and crypto currencies will however compete with each other to create a more even playing field, which is something that we have never had before. We were only forced to use one specific form of money, and now we have two options (more if you add other crypto currencies).
Have you ever seen anyone give up their power without a fight. The US economy is largely held due to the fact that the dollar is the main currency in the world. Do you seriously think that Americans will agree to share power with bitcoin? I don't believe that. Bitcoin is still very weak. He can't resist an attack by several whales. He can't fight America.
10  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Expelling Russian diplomats because of what Russia "might" have done on: May 07, 2018, 12:33:18 PM
First of all, there is hardly any evidence to prove that it was Russia which was behind the poisoning of Skripal and his daughter in London. And secondly, this is something that the western agencies such as the MI6, CIA and the Mossad has done in the past.

I would even add, if I may, that there is hardly evidence that any real poisoning has happened at all. What do we know in fact? Just what we have been told by very few sources. And for sure, if the poison would have been the one which has been mentioned, nobody could have survived. But they survived.

That's an important point to be noted. According to the latest reports, both Sergei and Yulia are conscious and reacting well to the medicines. If the FSB was behind this poisoning, then these people would have been dead in a few days.
Those who planned this operation could really not ignore the fact that in England humidity. But it doesn't. Russia opposed itself to the world and now any occasion will be used to fight the Russians. In today's world, there is no room for an aggressor. Only economic methods are acceptable, but Russia is a poor country and cannot afford it. Russia must and will be punished for its aggressive actions.
11  Economy / Economics / Re: Blockchain and AI will improve the world economy on: April 25, 2018, 12:16:56 PM
Any technology always has a dual purpose. They can always be used for good deeds and for bad. I don't really hope for artificial intelligence. Any hacker can change the robot and he can do a lot of harm. It seems to me that man is much more reliable.
12  Economy / Speculation / Re: I lost confidence in bitcoin on: April 14, 2018, 06:40:24 PM
BTC prices have been falling, but the price of BTC has been rising in the last two weeks, and the market has become more and more confident.



We can expect more pump this month, the rise is just starting and we will see the market soon full of green as bitcoin will be on rocket.
Before the 20TH on this month a large move will come and will continue till JUNE! im pretty sure with that.
Some says it will begin on the 16th.
Not April 16th. Many expect great growth from April 18. This is due to the end date of tax payments in the United States. But it seems to me that it is not. Everyone who wanted to sell the coins they have sold. It seems to me that the cause of the other.
13  Economy / Services / Re: BITPLAY SIGNATURE / AFFILIATE CAMPAIGN | FULL MEMBER + [3 weeks] on: April 10, 2018, 11:29:46 AM
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14  Economy / Economics / Re: Anybody know what happens when Bitcoin hits 21M circulating supply? on: April 02, 2018, 11:15:42 AM
Hi guys! So, yeah, as you must know already, all crypto has a finite supply
False statement. There are cryptos that haven't got a finite total supply. Examples of such coins are ethereum, Waves. You can check the coinmarketcap for that info.


what actually happens when bitcoin hits 21 million max besides it not being mineable anymore? Does this increase the value quicker?
Truth is that the 21million supply can never be achieved. Already, there are some bitcoin lost and can't he retrieved as a result of lost of PKeys, death, malwares etc. But once the peak (no matter what number is reached) in supply is achieved, investors will begin looking for other crypto options. I really don't see getting to the highest supply being a problem for anyone.
Why users should look for other cryptocurrencies if they trust bitcoin? A limited number of coins is a protective mechanism against inflation. But the price of bitcoin is influenced only by demand. Now there are whales who have concentrated in their hands a large number of coins. They too can manipulate the price but gradually bitcoins will disperse on hands of all users and whales it will be difficult to keep the domination.
15  Economy / Speculation / Re: Be patient and calm yourself on: April 01, 2018, 02:56:07 PM
I don't see a reason to worry. I assume that someone has invested a large amount to buy bitcoins. But I have long ago returned all the money that I invested in bitcoin. Now I have a net profit on my hands. I am completely relaxed and I am not afraid of today's price. I make money on the stock market. My income is in bitcoins and so the decline in bitcoin price I compensate by the number of coins.
16  Bitcoin / Press / Re: [2018-03-30] Experts Predict that Bitcoin Price Will Go Up to $20,000 by the End on: March 31, 2018, 06:50:56 PM
The 20000 is very little to be the target. I can't get used to the fact that now the price is lower than in December 2017. I'm used to constantly going forward and for me, raising prices to $ 20,000 is a way back. You can think of me as an idiot, but there's nothing I can do about it. That's why it's gonna be a bad year for me.
17  Economy / Economics / Re: Why the price of bitcoin rapidly going down??? on: March 30, 2018, 05:49:45 PM
Nope its because government are trying to minimize bitcoin which it can affect the prices of the market. Facebook and google are doing the ban as well and that can affect also the prices
will it be done really?
and how will the world cryptocurency be developed without any support from google?
and does this have anything to do with the government?
is there politics too?
You're wrong. Google is a monopoly. They all cooperate with the government. This helps them maintain their monopoly status. But I do not believe that such a primitive method of combating cryptocurrencies can have an effect. Perhaps the major players in the stock market and bankers have compensated Google ad losses in order to enhance the effect of panic.
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: First time to experience bear market in crypto getting worried my portfolio on: March 30, 2018, 05:41:24 PM
We have all enjoyed the rise of btc prices, and though the market has taken a fall, i think soon we will see a rise in btc prices again. Stop worrying about your portfolio, and just be patient for some more time.
It seems to me that this time we will need a lot of waiting time in order to survive the hard times. After the launch of futures on the market came very serious players. To fight these speculators need to have great patience and the ability to turn off their emotions. In the market of cryptocurrencies there is a big redistribution.
19  Bitcoin / Press / Re: [2018-03-29] Bitcoin Death Cross Lures Market Bears on: March 30, 2018, 05:32:41 PM
Why do stock market strategies need to be applied to bitcoin? The stock market works with the assets of enterprises. They can't change things quickly. With cryptocurrency is a completely different situation. Whales can easily expand the market in the opposite direction. Suppose tomorrow they all stop trading their bitcoins. What do you think the price will be? This is impossible in the stock market.
20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Regulation and apathy hit bitcoin market on: March 30, 2018, 05:13:57 PM
It's sad to say but I think it's true. Bitcoin isn't likely to see $20,000 again any time soon. There is too much negative pressure on it right now, I don't see any new big companies accepting bitcoin, as nobody wants to get their hands burned. The simple fact is, unless Bitcoin achieve mass adoption its price does not belong above $20,000. It's sad to hear but it's true, I'm already down crazy amounts and still holding, so I really don't have an agenda against BTC.
Please tell me why you price $ 20,000 for bitcoin? Probably in order to sell quickly because you have lost confidence in bitcoin? Such as you now a lot and for this reason we will not see the price of $ 20,000. You will sell your coins at the lowest level and when you do not have that sell the price will rise. We've seen this before.
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