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 on: Today at 03:09:04 PM 
Started by RodeoX - Post by BTCCoaster
I can see why the opposition to the FB coin. I want to know if you guys think there will be much fluctuations in its price? Or will it flop? I thought it was going to be a stablecoin when announced.
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 on: Today at 03:08:23 PM 
Started by Hiluxury Bitcoin - Post by UYth
They ultimately have a grandiose goal to compare with Bitcoin in popularity and make a very flexible product that will allow a large number of users to send cryptocurrency without any problems and use it for purchases. However, on the whole, the society is not prepared to start using cryptocurrencies en masse, since speculations are too strong
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 on: Today at 03:06:35 PM 
Started by luigivessota - Post by luigivessota
Impressive article that talks about Bitcoin and Blockchain as being the next generation of money and web. https://cryptotradernews.com/fintech/next-generation-global-economy-and-web-3-0/

Thoughts?

I feel like Bitcoin is definitely the next generation of money but I'm unsure as to whether Blockchain can be considered the new internet. Although there's no Bitcoin without Blockchain... lol help me out here
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 on: Today at 03:05:33 PM 
Started by Hiluxury Bitcoin - Post by Gerou56
When it is planned to launch another cryptocurrency on the market, a large brand like a facebook arises more doubts than joys. Even using a blockchain, can they guarantee the confidentiality and security of user data? What about past scandals, where did the whole world find out about the flaws in their privacy system?
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 on: Today at 02:59:59 PM 
Started by Hiluxury Bitcoin - Post by Hyyt
When it is planned to launch another cryptocurrency on the market, a large brand like a facebook arises more doubts than joys. Even using a blockchain, can they guarantee the confidentiality and security of user data? What about past scandals, where did the whole world find out about the flaws in their privacy system?
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 on: Today at 02:58:26 PM 
Started by killiankyc - Post by Gyfby45
I think the exchange and withdrawal of cryptocurrency is best done in the classical way to the wallet and then to the bank card. Because if you managed to protect yourself from online scammers, then no one will protect about real thieves, whom you seem attractive after exchanging a crypt through an ATM
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 on: Today at 02:54:52 PM 
Started by killiankyc - Post by Whity78
My friends were told to me with doubt that I would not get any sense from cryptocurrency investments. But now they have to bite their elbows. Because many countries have already allowed cryptocurrency ATMs. And that means digital currencies are a valuable investment.
My friend accidentally got a part of bitcoin when it was still developing and conducting lotteries. True, he received no benefit, because then this idea seemed insane and he did not save the code. But I think he, like your friends, greatly regret not having invested before. However, it is not too late to learn how to trade using tips and trading strategies that can be found on the tаklimakаn platfоrm. Cryptocurrency time is coming
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 on: Today at 02:51:39 PM 
Started by IIV - Post by John_lord
the thing that becomes the question is why is everyone busy asking who is the satoshi, since he used to disappear a lot of people claim to be satoshi and everyone is looking for him, but not getting information that is truly accurate, I think satoshi is all of us bitcoin holders now that's what's in my mind

Haha really.. i think they are just curious about satoshi.. thats why they are searching...
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 on: Today at 02:51:36 PM 
Started by killiankyc - Post by firsTW
My friends were told to me with doubt that I would not get any sense from cryptocurrency investments. But now they have to bite their elbows. Because many countries have already allowed cryptocurrency ATMs. And that means digital currencies are a valuable investment.
Paying for purchases of cryptocurrency in online stores can no longer be seen, but bank cards and ATMs are indeed still a rare phenomenon for developing countries. Although it makes no sense to fear cryptocurrency. This is the same exchange tool as any other coin.
Visa and Mastercard also entered the game and will issue their cards with support for cryptocurrency. So even ATMs will not be needed. While the community supports Bitcoin, it has a price, despite the fact that it is virtual.
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 on: Today at 02:50:10 PM 
Started by IIV - Post by John_lord
I can't  believe.. i think  they are just misguiding the people.. i think no one will be the satoshi..these are rumours  according to my opinion..
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 on: Today at 02:45:28 PM 
Started by killiankyc - Post by bvyvjdidn
My friends were told to me with doubt that I would not get any sense from cryptocurrency investments. But now they have to bite their elbows. Because many countries have already allowed cryptocurrency ATMs. And that means digital currencies are a valuable investment.
Paying for purchases of cryptocurrency in online stores can no longer be seen, but bank cards and ATMs are indeed still a rare phenomenon for developing countries. Although it makes no sense to fear cryptocurrency. This is the same exchange tool as any other coin.
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 on: Today at 02:40:07 PM 
Started by killiankyc - Post by kukuarej
My friends were told to me with doubt that I would not get any sense from cryptocurrency investments. But now they have to bite their elbows. Because many countries have already allowed cryptocurrency ATMs. And that means digital currencies are a valuable investment.
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 on: Today at 02:36:34 PM 
Started by RodeoX - Post by borrorofju
The forecasts for the cost of Bitcoin that were made at the beginning of the year were not deceived. Bitcoin really almost took the position of 10,000 by mid-summer. In a place with the release of the libra coin, this can give an impetus for young people to start using cryptocurrency.
If a large number of thousands of years begin to buy cryptocurrencies, it can be a problem both for the market and for profit. Many newbies do not study crypto investing, they want results. But immediately investing is short-sighted, it is better to get at least basic knowledge, for example, taklimakan offers educational articles. And only then try cryptocurrency. Since, like a sharp increase, we can expect a sharp decline due to the number of unsuccessful transactions on the part of beginning investors.
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 on: Today at 02:31:35 PM 
Started by RodeoX - Post by juliatorba
The forecasts for the cost of Bitcoin that were made at the beginning of the year were not deceived. Bitcoin really almost took the position of 10,000 by mid-summer. In a place with the release of the libra coin, this can give an impetus for young people to start using cryptocurrency.
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 on: Today at 02:31:16 PM 
Started by timcook - Post by marketingnerd
With BTC's halving happening in May of next year, we can only expect its price to go up until then. Once we reach that deadline god knows what's going to happen.
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 on: Today at 02:29:48 PM 
Started by cointral - Post by cointral
A big bullish weekend is usually followed by a red Monday for bitcoin and crypto markets but this has yet to materialize. BTC has continued to climb and is now back at its 2019 and fifteen month high again. Further gains are likely and if Bitcoin can repeat is previous six month’s performance big things are in store.

Bitcoin Back Above $11,000
Bitcoin has made it back to its yearly high point of $11,200 during Asian trading today. It is the third time since breaking the five figure barrier that BTC has hit this resistance point so a move above it could be on the cards. Yet again a predicted pullback has failed to materialize as BTC defies the correction calls.

A marginal dip back to $10,800 did happen yesterday but the general trend over the past 24 hours has been steadily climbing. Daily volume has dropped below $20 billion, but only just. The king of crypto is up an impressive 20 percent since this time last week.

That sounds good but an even more impressive figure is the 250 percent BTC has made since its low in mid-December. From a bottom of $3,200 Bitcoin has climbed to a top of $11,250 in just six months. A repeat of this performance with a further 250 percent from today’s prices will put BTC very close to $40k. Trader and investors Josh Rager thinks it could be even more:

“Solid point here. Now $BTC has topped this weekend at 259% increase since the bottom. Another 259% from this point would lead Bitcoin to $40k”

Read More...
https://cointral.com/bitcoin-up-250-from-bottom-same-again-to-40000-btc/
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 on: Today at 02:24:39 PM 
Started by timcook - Post by luigivessota
What's funny though is that even though Altcoins have underperformed, most of them are taking advantage of this BTC bull-run.
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 on: Today at 02:22:55 PM 
Started by RodeoX - Post by americanreamt
Can the launch of cryptocurrency Facebook can be a factor for the growth of Bitcoin? It is not excluded, since investments mainly in large currencies are made using Bitcoin. And I think Facebook is no exception.
When such large companies as Facebook enter the cryptocurrency market, it stimulates the interest of users who have not previously used crypt, but want to invest in the project
The new wave of investors can not only improve the situation on the market, but also serve as a trigger for mass attacks on wallets and stock exchanges. Therefore, you should be even more attentive.
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 on: Today at 02:19:57 PM 
Started by RodeoX - Post by elinafed
Can the launch of cryptocurrency Facebook can be a factor for the growth of Bitcoin? It is not excluded, since investments mainly in large currencies are made using Bitcoin. And I think Facebook is no exception.
When such large companies as Facebook enter the cryptocurrency market, it stimulates the interest of users who have not previously used crypt, but want to invest in the project
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 on: Today at 02:16:52 PM 
Started by timcook - Post by cryptotradernews
I like that fifth point the best: technical and network fundamentals are stronger than ever.
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 on: Today at 02:14:20 PM 
Started by RodeoX - Post by hurairah01
I thought it might be valuable to point out some of the key differences between FaceBook’s new Libra coin and Bitcoin. They are certainly not the same. The greatest features of bitcoin center around it’s decentralized network.

Bitcoin is:

  • A currency that disconnects your identity from your money.

    Owned only by the user who posses it. 

    A currency that has a production, circulation, and distribution which is beyond the control of any government, business, or ANY entity at all.

    A currency that can be used in any country for any transaction and is beyond anyone’s ability to compel or deny a transaction.

    The cheapest, fastest, and most secure way to send money yet invented.
Libra is:

  • A currency that ties not only your basic identity to your money, but includes all the details found on your FB, instagram, What’sApp, and other social media. A near perfect coin for stealing your identity.

    Owned by a banking cabal including PayPal, MasterCard, FaceBook, Andreessen Horowitz, etc. Users may use their coins if they follow all rules required by the owner companies. Users must also accept that these rules may change at any time for any reason the owner companies decide.

    A currency who’s distribution, supply, and all other parameters are under the complete control of the owners. They can change the valuation or double the circulation.  (Owners, not Users – FaceBook and it’s partners are the owners of the money)

    A currency that can be used at FaceBook’s partner stores. It allows FB partners to pry into your spending habits in an unprecedented way. You may only use their money if they receive a cut of the money and all transactions are allowed only if FB decides it is okay for you to do. 

    A patch over an archaic banking system that is insecure, ridiculously slow, and very
    expensive.

Everything is simply - Bitcoin gives opportunities, Libra steals your personal data.
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 on: Today at 02:12:20 PM 
Started by timcook - Post by timcook
So while we're all happy celebrating our beautiful bull-run, these guys are trying to figure out what the true cause behind this bull run is. https://cryptotradernews.com/cryptocurrency/decoding-the-bitcoin-bull-run/


My takeaways:

  • Most altcoins are underperforming.
  • Institutional investors are starting to get really interested
  • Bitcoin's halving is happening very soon


Thoughts???
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 on: Today at 02:11:28 PM 
Started by Deewhy2 - Post by danae
BTC is the best invest.
For alts. TRX is a nice piece of work so far.

Bitcoin is the original cryptocurrency and none of the altcoins are able to give any sort of competition for it. TRX is just another altcoin and similar to its peers such as XRP, EOS, IOTA, DASH, it is just another piece of over-priced and worthless crypto. Currently it is having a market cap of more than $2.5 billion. It's fair valuation would be one-tenth of that amount.

I don't trade anything but bitcoins because big investors can't be wrong. The cost and price growth of bitcoins speak for themselves.
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 on: Today at 02:05:06 PM 
Started by thirdprize - Post by wagimin1501
As far as I know, with 2nd layer technologies, you can pretty much have lower denominations than a satoshi. So there's that. It's going to be very likely that pretty much everyone is going to use 2nd layer technologies for daily transactions anyway(in the future, that is), while using the main-chain for larger settlement transfers.

Not sure we need to worry about this yet.
A bit too early that's for sure.  There are smart people working on Bitcoin. Whatever problems arise, potential solutions will come.

I agree with you, most likely to use the technology of the 2nd layer, if certainly not come up with something else
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 on: Today at 02:04:51 PM 
Started by Bulista - Post by Firebox
Great! Thanks you all, mates, for a constructive answers!

...therefore it is possible to assume, that about three quarters of addresses is checked up and among them no required...
That exactly what I have thought and want to use with the profit. Means that, as the speed of my hardware is only ~25 MKey/s I have not enough of my life to check all that range and, asuming that three quarters of addresses have already been checked, I will better focuse only on the last quarter.

Good luck!  You are going to need it.
Thanks, bro! Soon I will share with you my reward  Grin Grin Grin
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 on: Today at 01:59:31 PM 
Started by killiankyc - Post by mohdk52
hey, I'm newbie here. how to withdraw btc fast and secure? as I know there are crypto atms in my country and these all cards? how do u do that?

And not easier to use USDT and exchangers?
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 on: Today at 01:57:06 PM 
Started by bitconnect-returns - Post by bizinvest
Bitconnect is finally back and runs now on ethereum in the form of a smart Contract

This time BItconnect cant be stopped or shut down.

We are here forever!!!

Come and Join us at https://bitconnect.io  and start earning right away


Good news. It's time to start using it again
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 on: Today at 01:56:29 PM 
Started by RodeoX - Post by laintron3kdeo
Can the launch of cryptocurrency Facebook can be a factor for the growth of Bitcoin? It is not excluded, since investments mainly in large currencies are made using Bitcoin. And I think Facebook is no exception.
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 on: Today at 01:55:20 PM 
Started by starboss - Post by gccigng
For any type of trading activity it would be wrong not to have a strategy. The raider earns money by moving the market to the instruments of his choice, be it stocks, forex, cryptocurrencies, etc. However, where there are risks and volatility, there are also excellent trading opportunities, as significant price movements mean huge profits if you in time and correctly make your deal. Trading cryptocurrencies today is relatively simple, and many reputable brokers support them.
With the cryptocurrency market becoming more and more mainstream and the larger effort to integrate the stock market, a lot of traditional trading techniques are finding their way into the cryptocurrency market as well. And the best part is they’re working
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 on: Today at 01:48:54 PM 
Started by bitconnect-returns - Post by bitconnect-returns
Bitconnect is finally back and runs now on ethereum in the form of a smart Contract

This time BItconnect cant be stopped or shut down.

We are here forever!!!

Come and Join us at https://bitconnect.io  and start earning right away

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 on: Today at 01:47:22 PM 
Started by starboss - Post by Foxyfell
For any type of trading activity it would be wrong not to have a strategy. The raider earns money by moving the market to the instruments of his choice, be it stocks, forex, cryptocurrencies, etc. However, where there are risks and volatility, there are also excellent trading opportunities, as significant price movements mean huge profits if you in time and correctly make your deal. Trading cryptocurrencies today is relatively simple, and many reputable brokers support them.
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 on: Today at 01:42:33 PM 
Started by starboss - Post by bobytobby
Previously, I had only heard about trading strategies, but really they had an opportunity to study when I met in the platfоrm tаklimakan, where there are educational materials for cryptocurrency trading and notes from experienced traders. Only then did I understand how important it is to learn strategies. Because it is your guarantee that you will stop at the right point, and not chase after imaginary good money losing everything, giving in to emotions
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 on: Today at 01:41:09 PM 
Started by killiankyc - Post by John_lord
Yeah this is so easy to withdraw bitcoin..well last time i did it from SS SA.. it was awsome..they are providing very convenient  services.. must try it..
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 on: Today at 01:34:13 PM 
Started by starboss - Post by quoqscart
If you are a risk averse then you look after for long-term investment in the cryptocurrency. If you are a risk taker then you can gain high profits with high losses. May be you are aware of the term more risk more return. In the short term you will face high risk but also the return is high.
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 on: Today at 01:31:01 PM 
Started by starboss - Post by lpoondy
When starting to engage in any type of investment, you should not lose sight of learning trading strategies. Cryptocurrencies are still a new type of assets, and many people do not think about a reasonable allocation of funds and portfolio diversification. Some coins move along with other BTC, some go against BTC. It is necessary to arrange them in such a way that it is easier to understand which disadvantages are connected with what and how this is related.
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