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February 13, 2018, 09:52:07 AM
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Some interesting thoughts on current market situation, from our DAO member mr. DRAPAL.

Crypto volatility; a blessing!
A message drawn from Nassim Nicholas Taleb

Many crypto investors and almost all fragelista economists (99% of economists) fear that
volatility on crypto markets are the sign of internal crypto weakness.
Experienced traditional investors know that volatility of stock price is not bad at all. They
know volatility exists and they try to make profit from it. Should volatility not exist, there
would be no financial markets and no traders.
But one can nowadays find much more compelling argument in favor of market volatility.
Book Antifragile written by Nassim Nicholas Taleb provides readers not only with stuff that
is fun to read, but on the top of that with exhaustive comparison of fragile and antifragile
(complex) systems.
Since we do not want to complicate here, let us make a simple statement, that our aim in
life is to be as antifragile as possible. Very robust systems are often resisting tensions very
long, but then they break without warning. What is additional treat connected to fragile
systems is that they break like a jar. Damage is irreversible. Antifragility on another side
describes (very simplified explanation) a system that is capable to survive or even become
more resistant with fluctuations around. We go to steam bath and throw ourselves in cold
water afterwards so that we could survive larger temperature differences later in real life.
Nassim Nicholas Taleb wrote Antifragile in 2012. It is quite curious that despite being ex very
successful Wall Street trader he never mentions Bitcoin. Ok. At that time Bitcoin was not yet
as a hype as today. What I am sure he would understand volatility of Bitcoin and other
crypto currencies as a sign of their antifragile nature: I would add that younger systems (if
they survive first period of their life) are by definition more antifragile than older though we
do have few companies that are older than 500 years and some institutions that are couple
of thousands of years old.
The point of the system itself is that more the entities that enter such system (in our case
investors) are fragile, better for the system. Beware of systems in which all participants
thrive for longer period. You can be sure that such system is doomed.
Investors in crypto world are extremely exposed due to volatility. And that is good. Not for
each particular investor, but for a system as such.
But if here presented story holds, then Tether might be an element, that make the system
dangerously fragile. An actor within a volatile system that is 100% stiff (linked to a Dollar),
might look as nice try to connect crypto with fiat world, but is as such lowering volatility of
crypto world, making investors safer on short run but the system less antifragile in next
steps.

Disclosure: Author is a member of CreditBit DAO.
Disclosure 2: Author is in no way connected to Taleb, so the advice to read Antifragile, that
is from my opinion much more important than acclaimed Black Swan, is unbiased.
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February 15, 2018, 09:46:04 AM
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Some interesting thoughts on current market situation, from our DAO member mr. DRAPAL.

Crypto volatility; a blessing!
A message drawn from Nassim Nicholas Taleb

Many crypto investors and almost all fragelista economists (99% of economists) fear that
volatility on crypto markets are the sign of internal crypto weakness.
Experienced traditional investors know that volatility of stock price is not bad at all. They
know volatility exists and they try to make profit from it. Should volatility not exist, there
would be no financial markets and no traders.
But one can nowadays find much more compelling argument in favor of market volatility.
Book Antifragile written by Nassim Nicholas Taleb provides readers not only with stuff that
is fun to read, but on the top of that with exhaustive comparison of fragile and antifragile
(complex) systems.
Since we do not want to complicate here, let us make a simple statement, that our aim in
life is to be as antifragile as possible. Very robust systems are often resisting tensions very
long, but then they break without warning. What is additional treat connected to fragile
systems is that they break like a jar. Damage is irreversible. Antifragility on another side
describes (very simplified explanation) a system that is capable to survive or even become
more resistant with fluctuations around. We go to steam bath and throw ourselves in cold
water afterwards so that we could survive larger temperature differences later in real life.
Nassim Nicholas Taleb wrote Antifragile in 2012. It is quite curious that despite being ex very
successful Wall Street trader he never mentions Bitcoin. Ok. At that time Bitcoin was not yet
as a hype as today. What I am sure he would understand volatility of Bitcoin and other
crypto currencies as a sign of their antifragile nature: I would add that younger systems (if
they survive first period of their life) are by definition more antifragile than older though we
do have few companies that are older than 500 years and some institutions that are couple
of thousands of years old.
The point of the system itself is that more the entities that enter such system (in our case
investors) are fragile, better for the system. Beware of systems in which all participants
thrive for longer period. You can be sure that such system is doomed.
Investors in crypto world are extremely exposed due to volatility. And that is good. Not for
each particular investor, but for a system as such.
But if here presented story holds, then Tether might be an element, that make the system
dangerously fragile. An actor within a volatile system that is 100% stiff (linked to a Dollar),
might look as nice try to connect crypto with fiat world, but is as such lowering volatility of
crypto world, making investors safer on short run but the system less antifragile in next
steps.

Disclosure: Author is a member of CreditBit DAO.
Disclosure 2: Author is in no way connected to Taleb, so the advice to read Antifragile, that
is from my opinion much more important than acclaimed Black Swan, is unbiased.

Some interesting points. Thanks for posting.

Any updates on CreditBit development?
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February 15, 2018, 06:58:36 PM
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This shit is obviously a scam.
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February 16, 2018, 08:46:00 PM
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CRB dev team developing.
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February 16, 2018, 08:57:42 PM
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Greetings community,

although there has been a little bit of media silence we are back from vacations and starting the development.

Besides that we are allready forming the group of candidates for DAO and will start the voting process in a month or so.

We have allso been working on DAPP and CreditGame for quite some time and you should expect first games of CreditGame platform soon. We will start with Lotto which will be the easiest to use and then gradually release others more complex ones.

We thank you for your patiance and will reward it with awesome solutions on top of Creditbit

cheers,
Yours dev team.


Quotting from August 7, 2017.
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February 24, 2018, 01:47:45 AM
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Some interesting thoughts on current market situation, from our DAO member mr. DRAPAL.

Crypto volatility; a blessing!
A message drawn from Nassim Nicholas Taleb

Many crypto investors and almost all fragelista economists (99% of economists) fear that
volatility on crypto markets are the sign of internal crypto weakness.
Experienced traditional investors know that volatility of stock price is not bad at all. They
know volatility exists and they try to make profit from it. Should volatility not exist, there
would be no financial markets and no traders.
But one can nowadays find much more compelling argument in favor of market volatility.
Book Antifragile written by Nassim Nicholas Taleb provides readers not only with stuff that
is fun to read, but on the top of that with exhaustive comparison of fragile and antifragile
(complex) systems.
Since we do not want to complicate here, let us make a simple statement, that our aim in
life is to be as antifragile as possible. Very robust systems are often resisting tensions very
long, but then they break without warning. What is additional treat connected to fragile
systems is that they break like a jar. Damage is irreversible. Antifragility on another side
describes (very simplified explanation) a system that is capable to survive or even become
more resistant with fluctuations around. We go to steam bath and throw ourselves in cold
water afterwards so that we could survive larger temperature differences later in real life.
Nassim Nicholas Taleb wrote Antifragile in 2012. It is quite curious that despite being ex very
successful Wall Street trader he never mentions Bitcoin. Ok. At that time Bitcoin was not yet
as a hype as today. What I am sure he would understand volatility of Bitcoin and other
crypto currencies as a sign of their antifragile nature: I would add that younger systems (if
they survive first period of their life) are by definition more antifragile than older though we
do have few companies that are older than 500 years and some institutions that are couple
of thousands of years old.
The point of the system itself is that more the entities that enter such system (in our case
investors) are fragile, better for the system. Beware of systems in which all participants
thrive for longer period. You can be sure that such system is doomed.
Investors in crypto world are extremely exposed due to volatility. And that is good. Not for
each particular investor, but for a system as such.
But if here presented story holds, then Tether might be an element, that make the system
dangerously fragile. An actor within a volatile system that is 100% stiff (linked to a Dollar),
might look as nice try to connect crypto with fiat world, but is as such lowering volatility of
crypto world, making investors safer on short run but the system less antifragile in next
steps.

Disclosure: Author is a member of CreditBit DAO.
Disclosure 2: Author is in no way connected to Taleb, so the advice to read Antifragile, that
is from my opinion much more important than acclaimed Black Swan, is unbiased.

Some interesting points. Thanks for posting.

Any updates on CreditBit development?

No. There is no news because there is no dev team.
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March 01, 2018, 02:44:22 PM
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Any updates on credibit game?
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March 02, 2018, 09:57:44 PM
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Any updates on credibit game?

Bro, there`s no Creditgame. There is no dev team too.
These guys are a bunch of scammers.
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March 12, 2018, 01:04:13 PM
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hello. where do the words and information begin that the project is spam?

⚫ ⚫ ⚫     ico.TrueGame.io     ⚫ ⚫ ⚫
BLOCKCHAIN BASED GAMES OF CHANCE
▄ ▄▄ ▄▄▄  PRE-SALE 5th March  ▄▄▄ ▄▄ ▄[/cente
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March 13, 2018, 08:20:53 AM
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I held this token for so long. Even through its little push up a month or so ago thinking they would finally release a project and take this token up to the $5-$7 area. I finally decided to sell it. Here is why. Things are always coming and never here. This has been going on a lot longer than even since I have been around. This is their last few posts on Twitter. You can't make this stuff up folks.

Credit 2.0
@credit_2
Great to see $CRB dev team attending investment summits on their side of the pond.

Feb 24, 2018
 
 
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Hi everyone! Some of our team were sick recently and because of that I'm still waiting to hear something about the progress of creditgame!

In other news it looks like BTC is coming back quite nicely and I'm hoping for a bull market next week!

Stay tuned!

Feb 23, 2018
 
 
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I have some updates coming today or tomorrow on some of the stuff we have been working on! Exciting news! #creditbit $crb #ToTheMoon

Feb 15, 2018
 
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Feb 15th They were a day or 2 away from releasing "exciting news." Then nothing...... Then on Feb23rd, they say the team was sick...cmon now.
Then they STILL never said anything and announce some bs post about the team at some summit with no proof or location, who was there, what was talked about...Its silly at this point.

My bottom line? They are either scamming or so mismanaged that it doesn't matter if they are trying to be legit. I also feel that what they have now been working on forever, isn't even revolutionary if/when they ever do get it out. It took them too long and they are no longer relevant.

The low supply was tempting but I lost so many satoshis in this token vs everything else I owned for a tech that I'm not even excited about anymore. I am moving on.
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March 13, 2018, 04:45:50 PM
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Agree 100% with the above post,   ive held CRB for about 2yrs now and are thoroughly disappointed with this team and lack of any real communication and excitement that surrounds this project,,,... i unfortunately now am starting to believe they will most likely just be gone one day with no website,  ive said this before,  as we all know crpto moves and evolves at the speed of light and has no place in the future for unmotivated people and projects that will soon be exposed for what the all are.   its time for CRB to just step aside and be done.   if the get delisted from bittrex which i fear they will for utter lack of volume,     it will all be but over
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March 17, 2018, 05:34:10 PM
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https://support.bittrex.com/hc/en-us/articles/360001609031

Nice. Now this shitcoin will be delisted of Bittrex.

Sold everything I had. I will not touch this shit not even with a pole.

I told this was going to happen on the Telegram, and the assholes on the channel told me it was never going to happen.
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March 17, 2018, 08:03:35 PM
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https://support.bittrex.com/hc/en-us/articles/360001609031

Nice. Now this shitcoin will be delisted of Bittrex.

Sold everything I had. I will not touch this shit not even with a pole.

I told this was going to happen on the Telegram, and the assholes on the channel told me it was never going to happen.

Thank god I didn't invest much into this. Experience is never free.
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March 17, 2018, 10:19:51 PM
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https://support.bittrex.com/hc/en-us/articles/360001609031

Nice. Now this shitcoin will be delisted of Bittrex.

Sold everything I had. I will not touch this shit not even with a pole.

I told this was going to happen on the Telegram, and the assholes on the channel told me it was never going to happen.

Thank god I didn't invest much into this. Experience is never free.

I guess they are just removing a wallet called CRBIT, not CRB market. If you enter Wallets on Bittrex and type in search box "CRB", there will be found CRB and CRBIT wallets. Also I don't see any notification about delisting when I open CRB/BTC market.
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March 17, 2018, 11:01:31 PM
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https://support.bittrex.com/hc/en-us/articles/360001609031

Nice. Now this shitcoin will be delisted of Bittrex.

Sold everything I had. I will not touch this shit not even with a pole.

I told this was going to happen on the Telegram, and the assholes on the channel told me it was never going to happen.

Thank god I didn't invest much into this. Experience is never free.

I will never touch a currency developed by slavs anymore.

This is the second time I buy a currency developed by slavs and the developers are the most irresponsible people I have ever seen. And I say irresponsible as euphemism.

If they were in the United States they would certainly be responding to a lawsuit.
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March 17, 2018, 11:04:15 PM
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https://support.bittrex.com/hc/en-us/articles/360001609031

Nice. Now this shitcoin will be delisted of Bittrex.

Sold everything I had. I will not touch this shit not even with a pole.

I told this was going to happen on the Telegram, and the assholes on the channel told me it was never going to happen.

Thank god I didn't invest much into this. Experience is never free.

I guess they are just removing a wallet called CRBIT, not CRB market. If you enter Wallets on Bittrex and type in search box "CRB", there will be found CRB and CRBIT wallets. Also I don't see any notification about delisting when I open CRB/BTC market.

Go to the exchange livecoin and look at the name they use there for CreditBit.
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March 18, 2018, 07:11:13 AM
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https://support.bittrex.com/hc/en-us/articles/360001609031

Nice. Now this shitcoin will be delisted of Bittrex.

Sold everything I had. I will not touch this shit not even with a pole.

I told this was going to happen on the Telegram, and the assholes on the channel told me it was never going to happen.

Thank god I didn't invest much into this. Experience is never free.

I guess they are just removing a wallet called CRBIT, not CRB market. If you enter Wallets on Bittrex and type in search box "CRB", there will be found CRB and CRBIT wallets. Also I don't see any notification about delisting when I open CRB/BTC market.

Go to the exchange livecoin and look at the name they use there for CreditBit.

So what?
"The coins marked with an asterisk (*) have broken blockchains or wallets that will not allow withdrawals." -> CRBIT in this list is market with an asterisk, so I guess CRBIT is old wallet or blockchain, and CRB is a new one that is working.
https://bittrex.com/Market/Index?MarketName=BTC-CRB - look, there is no notification about delisting as it usually is in market when a coin is going to be delisted soon.
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March 19, 2018, 05:04:00 PM
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yep just like i feared,  CRB had an AWESOME opportunity when it was listed on bittrex and THEY F**CKING BLEW IT end of story , No response to any emails i had sent asking about staking, STILL no media feeds after years on WCI, Twitter account sux,   glad i kept my investment to a minimal with these jackasses
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March 19, 2018, 05:49:41 PM
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Dear Sirs,

We are offering listing on our multi-wallet system Satowallet. Our multi-wallet system reaches a large amount of users and we are currently expanding. The listing price is flexible, as the team has come up with the following options for the Coin/ Token Listing;

•          Payment in amount of 0.1 BTC for “Standard” Listing

•          Payment in amount of 0.5 BTC for “Fast Track” Listing

Listing on the Satowallet mobile wallet and exchange will guarantee your community amazing features such as;

·         Superb Security,

·         Auto Coin Swap,

·         No-fee Transactions,

·         Excellent Support to mention but a few.

Satowallet assures your coin/token to reach our large users, and we partner to make your project grow.

Visit the coin listing page to fill the required form for Listing on Satowallet;

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdinHwCGG4AHgyhNFw1JIaaJrwWwAY_zn14NaR_7YopwAGeAw/viewform

Hope for a successful partnership.

 

Best regards,

Satowallet.




Search for their telegram. I can not comment there because they banished me last month.
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March 25, 2018, 04:59:20 PM
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https://support.bittrex.com/hc/en-us/articles/360001609031

Nice. Now this shitcoin will be delisted of Bittrex.

Sold everything I had. I will not touch this shit not even with a pole.

I told this was going to happen on the Telegram, and the assholes on the channel told me it was never going to happen.

Thank god I didn't invest much into this. Experience is never free.

I guess they are just removing a wallet called CRBIT, not CRB market. If you enter Wallets on Bittrex and type in search box "CRB", there will be found CRB and CRBIT wallets. Also I don't see any notification about delisting when I open CRB/BTC market.

Go to the exchange livecoin and look at the name they use there for CreditBit.
If ERC-20 tokens can be imported to Binance and traded on it's platform, this will be a big boost to all ERC-20 tokens such as CRB!
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