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INVEXCOIN
The most powerful blockchain.
(Eco-powered)
http://i.imgur.com/YTjn2gk.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/vUexMD4.jpg
With strong developers backing up this coin we are starting a ICO.

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What is INVEXCOIN?
Well... you might ask what exactly is a cryptocurrency? A digital currency is a medium of trade like ordinary monetary forms, for example, USD, yet intended with the end goal of trading advanced data through a procedure made conceivable by specific standards of cryptography. Cryptography is utilized to secure the exchanges and to control the formation of new coins. The main digital money to be made was Bitcoin in 2009. Today there are many different cryptographic forms of money, frequently alluded to as Altcoins. Most digital currencies are intended to diminish underway after some time like Bitcoin, which makes a market top on them. That is unique in relation to fiat monetary standards where money related foundations can simply make all the more, thus swelling. Bitcoin will never have more than 21 million coins available for use. The specialized framework on which all digital currencies depend on was made by Satoshi Nakamoto. A differentiable function ƒ from Rn to R is invex if there exists a vector valued function g such that for all x and u, and a coin is defined as a round piece of money of a certain value. INVEXCOIN has combined these two definitions. My first point is that it's trifling witling, considering ranting criticizing concerning adopting fitting wording being exhibiting transcending learning, was displaying, notwithstanding ridiculing, surpassing boasting swelling reasoning, respecting correcting erring writing, and touching detecting deceiving arguing during debating. Does this make sense to you? That is the definition of invex coin a powerful promised of the finest literature. Each INVEXCOIN account has its own unique code like the one above. They follow the arithmetic sequence, A sequence is an ordered list of numbers. The sum of the terms of a sequence is called a series. Arithmetic Sequence is a sequence in which each term is created or obtained by adding or subtracting a common number to its preceding term or value. In other words, the difference between the adjacent terms in the arithmetic sequence is the samE.

Arithmetic Sequence Formula –
an=a1+(n−1)d
an=a1+(n−1)d
Where,
an – nth term that has to be found
a1 – 1st term in the series
d – common difference
The code is sometimes calculated using the discriminant formula making it secure and safe.
In algebra, the discriminant is the name given to the expression that appears under the square root (radical) sign in the quadratic formula. The discriminant of a polynomial is a function of its coefficients and represented by capital ‘D’ or Delta symbol (Δ). It shows the nature of the roots of any quadratic equation where a, b, and c are rational numbers. The real roots or the number of x- intercepts is easily shown with a quadratic equation.


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Why should you invest in INVEXCOIN
Invexcoin is also eco-powered, which means it is funded by people like you. This coin will surely make you profit and will become the next currency and overtake other currencies.A standout amongst the most convincing explanations behind you to contribute is the possibility of not working your whole life! Primary concern, there are just two approaches to profit: by working or potentially by having your advantages work for you. On the off chance that you keep your cash in your back pocket as opposed to contributing it, your cash doesn't work for you and you will never have more cash than what you spare. By contributing your cash, you are getting your cash to produce more cash by procuring enthusiasm on what you set away or by purchasing and offering resources that expansion in esteem. It truly doesn't make a difference how you do it. Regardless of whether you put resources into stocks, securities, common assets, alternatives and fates, valuable metals, land, your own particular independent company , or any mix thereof, the goal is the same: to make ventures that will produce more trade for you out what's to come. As it's been said, "Cash isn't all that matters, however bliss alone can't keep out the rain."

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CROWDFUNDING:
the activity or process of raising money from a large number of people,typically through a website, as for a project or small business.That number speaks to what Americans have in long haul ventures. Here is the normal yearly degree of profitability (generally) for a few classes of long haul venture:

Bank accounts: 6%

Securities exchange: 9%

Holy messenger Investments: 27%

This means: if you somehow happened to put $10,000 in Year 1, and reinvest the greater part of your profits, at that point by Year 20 your retirement fund would have developed to:

$32,000 (Savings Accounts)

$56,000 (Stock Market)

$1,200,000 (Angel Investments)

So what rate of that $30 Trillion in long haul capital are held in heavenly attendant ventures?

Zero.

Why? Since throughout the previous 80 years it's been illicit for business people to freely request interest in their organization. Just by posting the way that you are raising cash to your Facebook page, you could be confronting prison time. So therefore, 90% of startup capital is as of now given by dunking into individual funds, Mastercards, and hitting up loved ones.

Yet, in 2012, a memorable bit of enactment was passed that will profoundly affect the worldwide economy after some time. To put it plainly, the JOBS Act empowers you to crowdfund interest in your organization, in a similar way you at present crowdfund gifts to your imaginative venture on Kickstarter.

Why would that be an insurgency really taking shape? It boils down to four noteworthy patterns which are quickened by crowdfund contributing:

The power move from proficient speculators to business visionaries and subject financial specialists

The democratization of riches creation through blessed messenger contributing

The ascent of revenue driven social endeavor and effect contributing

The ascent of Personal Investment Contracts

I will address each of these progression in a different post. Be that as it may, for the occasion, here are some fun realities to bite on!

On the off chance that only 2% of the $30 Trillion in U.S. long haul venture capital were set into new companies, it would be ten times more prominent than the sum heavenly attendants and VCs contribute every year.

That same 2% would level with 100% of private company bank advances extraordinary today in the U.S.

80% of the pentamillionaires (>$5M in total assets) in the U.S. are business visionaries who sold their business

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invexCOIN
The futuristic coin of the future.

WHY FORTUNE AGREES WITH INVEXCOIN
When Brave, a privacy-­focused Internet browser company, decided to raise money this May, it could have gone a traditional route by borrowing money or selling equity to investors. Instead it chose a third way: an initial coin ­offering, or ICO.
Like an initial public offering, an ICO lets a firm raise capital from multiple sources. But rather than issuing shares of ownership, the offering company sells digital tokens, or “coins,” created through blockchain technology. In Brave’s ICO, the startup raised $35 million from about 130 investors—in less than a minute.
Boosters believe that strategies like Brave’s could be the future of investing, a transformative approach to fundraising that enables consumers to benefit more directly from the popularity of new technologies than they would if they owned a traditional stock. Critics, meanwhile, fret that ICOs occupy a regulatory gray area that could leave investors vulnerable to fraud and land startups in legal trouble. And at this early stage in ICO history, both sides may be right.
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ICOs are among the big financial innovations to spring from blockchain technology, which uses revolutionary software and multiple computers to create tamper-proof record systems. Blockchain is central to the business models of most startups that use ICOs; Brave, for example, plans to use blockchain tokens to help its users earn money if they agree not to block online ads. By distributing tokens in an ICO, a startup gives buyers early access to its technology, to use however they see fit. If the service or product catches on­—or in some cases, before it even launches, if it generates a lot of buzz—the buyers can sell their tokens on secondary markets. The startup, meanwhile, raises money without ceding any control to private investors or venture capitalists, and without the paperwork burdens of an equity IPO.
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Perhaps the most famous ICO so far is that of Ethereum, which raised $18 million in 2014 by selling tokens that facilitate o­nline contracts. Today Ethereum-powered contracts are proliferating, and the tokens had a market cap of $35 billion as of mid-June.
Indeed, with speculators’ appetites for blockchain rapidly expanding—the combined market cap of the world’s cryptocurrencies has grown almost ninefold in the past 12 months, to pass $100 billion—it’s no surprise ICOs are having a moment. Renowned venture capitalists like Chris Dixon of Andreessen Horowitz and Fred Wilson of Union Square Ventures now tout ICOs as a new form of corporate financing. Even companies that are not ­blockchain-centric are getting in on the action. Messaging service Kik, founded in 2009, plans to conduct an ICO this year in hopes that tokens will spur more person-to-person payments and gaming on its platform. According to research firm Smith + Crown, dozens of firms have already completed ICOs this year, with dozens more to come; the 30 that reported their gains have raised about $540 million.
So what do regulators have to say about this brave new world? Right now, nothing. And that could become a problem, for investors and startups alike. In a traditional IPO, a company can’t sell shares unless it gets approval from the Securities and Exchange Commission, which means disclosing extensive details about its business prospects and potential risks. For ICOs, there are no such requirements yet—and that could make them prone to abuse.
While no fraud investigations of ICOs have come to light, blockchain fans frequently warn one another about dubious offerings in online discussion groups. (One snide slide deck in wide circulation is dubbed “PonzICO.”) And some companies have been able to issue tokens even though their business models are long shots at best. Jeff Garzik, a leading figure in the [Suspicious link removed]munity who runs a consultancy called Bloq, sees ICOs as “transformative” but remains wary. “Ninety-nine percent of these ICOs will be garbage,” he says. “It’s like penny stocks but with less regulation.”
Even the most legitimate and fiscally sound ICOs pose a potential threat for their issuers. “Coins” or tokens can look a lot like traditional securities, because they enable companies to take investors’ cash while holding out the potential for profit. And selling securities without SEC approval violates federal law. “In the future, token sales won’t be done in the same way as today, because of regulatory constraints,” says Marco Santori, a digital currency lawyer with the firm Cooley. If regulators eventually determine that tokens are securities, Santori says, the SEC and Internal Revenue Service could impose sanctions on issuers; such a decision could also make it easier for investors to sue startups if their tokens become worthless.
Attorneys are now helping startups structure their ICOs to stay on regulators’ good side. Lee Schneider, a securities lawyer with Debevoise & Plimpton who also hosts a fintech podcast, collaborated with digital currency exchange Coinbase on best practices for ICOs (Schneider prefers to call them “token launches”), and his advice offers good rules of thumb for would-be buyers too. The best token exchanges involve predictable pricing—a clear relationship between demand for tokens and their price. Issuers should be transparent about sharing the software code underlying the tokens.
Perhaps most noteworthy: Schneider says ICO candidates shouldn’t market tokens as the equivalent of an investment. They should pitch buyers on what the tokens can do, and not on what they could be worth. The bottom line: If a startup advertises its coins as something you can flip to get rich, its ICO is more likely to be “garbage” than “transformative.”
http://fortune.com/2017/06/26/ico-initial-coin-offering-investing/


WHY INVESTCOIN IS THE NUMBER ONE ALTCOIN ON THE LIST
Using our handy guide, you may have already familiarized yourself with the ins and outs of Bitcoin. But aside from bitcoin, there are hundreds of other digital currencies out there. These are known as "altcoins," or alternatives to bitcoin; for example, ether, ripple, zcash, monero and dash, to name just a few.

Altcoins can differ from Bitcoin in a range of ways. Some have a different economic model or a different coin-distribution method, like altcoins that were given away to all citizens of a country. Others employ different proof-of-work mining algorithms, perhaps to resist specialized mining hardware - or maybe they don't even rely on proof of work at all. Several altcoins offer a more versatile programming language to build applications on top of, while yet others offer more privacy compared to Bitcoin. And there are also altcoins that serve very specific, non-monetary use cases, like domain name registry or data storage pointers.

However, there are also many altcoins that don't do much interesting at all. The vast majority of altcoins simply tweak some parameters that don't matter much, or offer something that may sound useful but isn't. If, for example, an altcoin has a greater total amount of coins, it just means each individual coin is worth less. If an altcoin finds blocks faster, it only means that a transaction requires more confirmations for a similar level of security.


As such, most altcoins offer no benefit over Bitcoin at all. Plus, they have less hash power securing them, involve fewer developers improving them and are usually less useful due to smaller network effects. And while many altcoins promise useful features, upon closer inspection many of these promises are just that: promises.

This also means that altcoins are typically riskier than Bitcoin. Their exchange rates are often more volatile, and over the years virtually no altcoins have maintained their value against bitcoin; most have come and gone. On top of that, many altcoins can be considered outright scams, mainly created to enrich its inventors and early adopters.

While some altcoins out there can and do perform useful tasks (for example acting in a testnet capacity or offering greater anonymity than bitcoin) and may have a future, many others are exclusively driven by speculation or worse. So make sure to do your research, and buyer beware!

http://www.nasdaq.com/article/what-is-an-altcoin-cm782939

The Bitcoin world has evolved wonderfully since Silk Road and the MtGox fiasco. Things are now taken seriously, there’s around $10 billion invested into Bitcoin and over a billion of this is put into altcoins like Ethereum, Litecoin, and over 100’s more!

The altcoin market itself has grown excessively — going from being worth $60 million in 2013 to over $1 bilion in 2016. There is an increased interest in speculating on altcoin trades. The stock market is a dying interest among technically inclined millennials. So a lot of investment money is flowing this way, and everyone wants a piece of the action.

But to get involved in Bitcoin or altcoin investing, you need to use an exchange that you can trust. You do not want to be in the situation that many MtGox users were in when 100’s of millions of dollars ‘went missing’ and only roughly 200,000 bitcoins were ever found.

There have been many Bitcoin exchanges that went bust. Quite a few were for fraudulence and hackings. Some of which include Bitfloor, Bitparking Exchange, BTC-E, BTER, Cryptsy, and Vircurex. Many millions of dollars worth of cryptocurrencies and cash funds were stolen from these sites.

So keep yourself safe and just trade at one of the exchanges below. We’ll make sure this list is kept up-to-date, so if any of them turn risky we’ll make it known with a time-stamp and information on why we believe the label is necessary.


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Here are the best Bitcoin and altcoin exchanges of 2016:

Poloniex
If you want to be able to trade not only Bitcoin but also many different altcoins, then Poloniex is definitely the place to be. They blew up in popularity over the past year. This is mainly because of the popularity Ethereum had when it first launched. Everyone started trading there because all the Ethereum investment money flowed through them. Kraken regularly pulled in no more than a quarter of what Poloniex did in a day, and they don’t have a good selection of high volume altcoin trading pairs.

The thing about Poloniex that makes it exceptionally amazing is the fact that you can do margin trading on altcoins here and their system is practically unbreakable.

There are currently 11 altcoins that can be traded with leverage. They are as follows: Ethereum (ETH), Bitshares (BTS), Factom (FCT), MaidSafeCoin (MAID), Monero (XMR), Ripple (XRP), Dash (DASH), Stellar (STR), Litecoin (LTC), Dogecoin (DOGE), and CLAMS (CLAM).

How Does Margin Trading Work at Poloniex?

You are investing with leverage and betting on either side of the trade. You can ‘long’ by betting that the price will go up. Or you can ‘short’ and bet that the price will go down. You will need to have at least 40% of whatever you borrow in your margin account. Then you can enter into a position.

Smart traders make a lot while trading on margin. The 40% requirement (and 20% collateral) mean there are limited gains and losses. However, it is still possible to get stuck in a forced liquidation if you drop below your 20% collateral. You could even lose all the funds in your margin account if the price goes low enough — and remember, it take a 40% shift in price to cause a double-down or to lose all your money.

But if you can get into a position near a wall (big bid or sell order), then you can put a stop-loss order in right after it. Then you will have an ultra-low risk trade you can get into that has a nearly unlimited upside. If you can catch the market in the bottom or top, then you just wait to close your position once big news stories cause a violent shift in your favor.

Of course you can trade however you want; whenever you altcoin trade on Poloniex you will feel in total control of your investment. Try it out with just a little funds at first and you’ll see how easy it is to figure out.

Also, Poloniex typically pulls anywhere from $10 to $30 million in trading volume each and every single day.

Bittrex
While Bittrex is not nearly as large as Poloniex, they are still a huge altcoin exchange. There have also been numerous coins pulling million dollar volume days lately. A lot of people buy altcoins on here to stack up on in hopes of them getting traded on Poloniex some day. The moment a coin is announced for trading on Poloniex, it tends to have a violent spike upwards in its price on all other exchanges that already carry it.

Your money is definitely safe at Poloniex, and that’s no different at Bittrex either. These are two altcoin exchanges that have never had any real financial problems. Even when some difficulties occurred, they’ve always done right of their users. So it is understandable why many trade here with decent stacks of coins.

However, you need to remember that both Poloniex and Bittrex are not really Bitcoin exchanges. You will want to buy and sell Bitcoin elsewhere. Still, Bittrex gets millions of dollars in daily trading volume and they’re definitely legit.

Bitfinex
If you want to trade Bitcoin and cash you should do so on Bitfinex. They get into the 8 figure range in daily volume, meaning over $10 million a day in trading volume. You can even do margin trading with bitcoins on Bitfinex. They offer leverage up to 3.3x which requires a 30% starting margin and a 15% collateral.

There are some altcoins that trade on Bitfinex. They are Ethereum and Litecoin. Ethereum gets into the 7 figure range, meaning they receive over $1 million in trading volume daily. Litecoin only pulls thousands to tens of thousands a day usually. In total, Bitfinex gets in the range of 10’s of millions of dollars of volume every day.

Kraken
Kraken is an exchange that has been growing for a while. They get millions of dollars in Ethereum volume each day. They also have The DAO trading, which gets hundreds of thousands of dollars worth traded each day. Other altcoins at Kraken include Litecoin, Dogecoin, Stellar, and Ripple. In the course of a day, Kraken doesn’t typically pull more than $10 million in total trading volume.
GDAX (by Coinbase)

GDAX is a digital asset exchange that allows you to buy Bitcoins with USD and Ethereum with either USD or BTC. Their prices are set for buys and sells and change regularly. It doesn’t work so much as an actual exchange. You’re paying a premium on either side of the trade, but it is easy to fund your GDAX purchase once you set yourself up. Also, they pull million of dollars in trading volume daily.
Bitstamp

You can buy Bitcoin with USD or EUR through Bitstamp. Usually Bitfinex is a better option, but there are still millions of dollars worth of Bitcoin traded on Bitstamp each day. You will also find that their market depth is reasonable. Support and resistance levels are usually protected by walls of 1,000 BTC or more. But you won’t be able to do any altcoin trading here since they only offer BTC to fiat trading pairs.

YoBit.net
Thousands of altcoin traders have used YoBit without having any issues. Some complain but it is mostly due to the scammy trades that go on. There are a lot of no-value altcoins available for trading on here. Many are also pump and dump schemes looking to lure unexpecting buyers chasing the waves.

Yet YoBit tends to pay out without any issues regardless of your withdrawal size. They have not had any real hiccups. They also got out of the ICO game, which is a good thing because every Tom, Dick and Harry could sign up for a few dollars and sell ICO shares to their own coin. So they are on the right track and now many days they have a million dollars or more in trading volume.

Still, there are much better sites to trade at and most likely you will find a better trading volume elsewhere on the coin you are interested in. The only trading interest at YoBit involve very small market cap coins. They don’t really have many steady markets on YoBit, which makes it a bad place to trade for beginners.
http://www.elitepersonalfinance.com/best-bitcoin-altcoin-exchanges/

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INVEXCOIN
The most powerful blockchain.
(Eco-powered)
http://i.imgur.com/YTjn2gk.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/vUexMD4.jpg
With strong developers backing up this coin we are starting a ICO.

We need you to help us:
Selly link--->https://selly.gg/p/07220136

What is INVEXCOIN?
Well... you might ask what exactly is a cryptocurrency? A digital currency is a medium of trade like ordinary monetary forms, for example, USD, yet intended with the end goal of trading advanced data through a procedure made conceivable by specific standards of cryptography. Cryptography is utilized to secure the exchanges and to control the formation of new coins. The main digital money to be made was Bitcoin in 2009. Today there are many different cryptographic forms of money, frequently alluded to as Altcoins. Most digital currencies are intended to diminish underway after some time like Bitcoin, which makes a market top on them. That is unique in relation to fiat monetary standards where money related foundations can simply make all the more, thus swelling. Bitcoin will never have more than 21 million coins available for use. The specialized framework on which all digital currencies depend on was made by Satoshi Nakamoto. A differentiable function ƒ from Rn to R is invex if there exists a vector valued function g such that for all x and u, and a coin is defined as a round piece of money of a certain value. INVEXCOIN has combined these two definitions. My first point is that it's trifling witling, considering ranting criticizing concerning adopting fitting wording being exhibiting transcending learning, was displaying, notwithstanding ridiculing, surpassing boasting swelling reasoning, respecting correcting erring writing, and touching detecting deceiving arguing during debating. Does this make sense to you? That is the definition of invex coin a powerful promised of the finest literature. Each INVEXCOIN account has its own unique code like the one above. They follow the arithmetic sequence, A sequence is an ordered list of numbers. The sum of the terms of a sequence is called a series. Arithmetic Sequence is a sequence in which each term is created or obtained by adding or subtracting a common number to its preceding term or value. In other words, the difference between the adjacent terms in the arithmetic sequence is the samE.

Arithmetic Sequence Formula –
an=a1+(n−1)d
an=a1+(n−1)d
Where,
an – nth term that has to be found
a1 – 1st term in the series
d – common difference
The code is sometimes calculated using the discriminant formula making it secure and safe.
In algebra, the discriminant is the name given to the expression that appears under the square root (radical) sign in the quadratic formula. The discriminant of a polynomial is a function of its coefficients and represented by capital ‘D’ or Delta symbol (Δ). It shows the nature of the roots of any quadratic equation where a, b, and c are rational numbers. The real roots or the number of x- intercepts is easily shown with a quadratic equation.


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Why should you invest in INVEXCOIN
Invexcoin is also eco-powered, which means it is funded by people like you. This coin will surely make you profit and will become the next currency and overtake other currencies.A standout amongst the most convincing explanations behind you to contribute is the possibility of not working your whole life! Primary concern, there are just two approaches to profit: by working or potentially by having your advantages work for you. On the off chance that you keep your cash in your back pocket as opposed to contributing it, your cash doesn't work for you and you will never have more cash than what you spare. By contributing your cash, you are getting your cash to produce more cash by procuring enthusiasm on what you set away or by purchasing and offering resources that expansion in esteem. It truly doesn't make a difference how you do it. Regardless of whether you put resources into stocks, securities, common assets, alternatives and fates, valuable metals, land, your own particular independent company , or any mix thereof, the goal is the same: to make ventures that will produce more trade for you out what's to come. As it's been said, "Cash isn't all that matters, however bliss alone can't keep out the rain."

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CROWDFUNDING:
the activity or process of raising money from a large number of people,typically through a website, as for a project or small business.That number speaks to what Americans have in long haul ventures. Here is the normal yearly degree of profitability (generally) for a few classes of long haul venture:

Bank accounts: 6%

Securities exchange: 9%

Holy messenger Investments: 27%

This means: if you somehow happened to put $10,000 in Year 1, and reinvest the greater part of your profits, at that point by Year 20 your retirement fund would have developed to:

$32,000 (Savings Accounts)

$56,000 (Stock Market)

$1,200,000 (Angel Investments)

So what rate of that $30 Trillion in long haul capital are held in heavenly attendant ventures?

Zero.

Why? Since throughout the previous 80 years it's been illicit for business people to freely request interest in their organization. Just by posting the way that you are raising cash to your Facebook page, you could be confronting prison time. So therefore, 90% of startup capital is as of now given by dunking into individual funds, Mastercards, and hitting up loved ones.

Yet, in 2012, a memorable bit of enactment was passed that will profoundly affect the worldwide economy after some time. To put it plainly, the JOBS Act empowers you to crowdfund interest in your organization, in a similar way you at present crowdfund gifts to your imaginative venture on Kickstarter.

Why would that be an insurgency really taking shape? It boils down to four noteworthy patterns which are quickened by crowdfund contributing:

The power move from proficient speculators to business visionaries and subject financial specialists

The democratization of riches creation through blessed messenger contributing

The ascent of revenue driven social endeavor and effect contributing

The ascent of Personal Investment Contracts

I will address each of these progression in a different post. Be that as it may, for the occasion, here are some fun realities to bite on!

On the off chance that only 2% of the $30 Trillion in U.S. long haul venture capital were set into new companies, it would be ten times more prominent than the sum heavenly attendants and VCs contribute every year.

That same 2% would level with 100% of private company bank advances extraordinary today in the U.S.

80% of the pentamillionaires (>$5M in total assets) in the U.S. are business visionaries who sold their business

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SUPERFLUOUS INFORMATION:
invexCOIN
The futuristic coin of the future.

WHY FORTUNE AGREES WITH INVEXCOIN
When Brave, a privacy-­focused Internet browser company, decided to raise money this May, it could have gone a traditional route by borrowing money or selling equity to investors. Instead it chose a third way: an initial coin ­offering, or ICO.
Like an initial public offering, an ICO lets a firm raise capital from multiple sources. But rather than issuing shares of ownership, the offering company sells digital tokens, or “coins,” created through blockchain technology. In Brave’s ICO, the startup raised $35 million from about 130 investors—in less than a minute.
Boosters believe that strategies like Brave’s could be the future of investing, a transformative approach to fundraising that enables consumers to benefit more directly from the popularity of new technologies than they would if they owned a traditional stock. Critics, meanwhile, fret that ICOs occupy a regulatory gray area that could leave investors vulnerable to fraud and land startups in legal trouble. And at this early stage in ICO history, both sides may be right.
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ICOs are among the big financial innovations to spring from blockchain technology, which uses revolutionary software and multiple computers to create tamper-proof record systems. Blockchain is central to the business models of most startups that use ICOs; Brave, for example, plans to use blockchain tokens to help its users earn money if they agree not to block online ads. By distributing tokens in an ICO, a startup gives buyers early access to its technology, to use however they see fit. If the service or product catches on­—or in some cases, before it even launches, if it generates a lot of buzz—the buyers can sell their tokens on secondary markets. The startup, meanwhile, raises money without ceding any control to private investors or venture capitalists, and without the paperwork burdens of an equity IPO.
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Perhaps the most famous ICO so far is that of Ethereum, which raised $18 million in 2014 by selling tokens that facilitate o­nline contracts. Today Ethereum-powered contracts are proliferating, and the tokens had a market cap of $35 billion as of mid-June.
Indeed, with speculators’ appetites for blockchain rapidly expanding—the combined market cap of the world’s cryptocurrencies has grown almost ninefold in the past 12 months, to pass $100 billion—it’s no surprise ICOs are having a moment. Renowned venture capitalists like Chris Dixon of Andreessen Horowitz and Fred Wilson of Union Square Ventures now tout ICOs as a new form of corporate financing. Even companies that are not ­blockchain-centric are getting in on the action. Messaging service Kik, founded in 2009, plans to conduct an ICO this year in hopes that tokens will spur more person-to-person payments and gaming on its platform. According to research firm Smith + Crown, dozens of firms have already completed ICOs this year, with dozens more to come; the 30 that reported their gains have raised about $540 million.
So what do regulators have to say about this brave new world? Right now, nothing. And that could become a problem, for investors and startups alike. In a traditional IPO, a company can’t sell shares unless it gets approval from the Securities and Exchange Commission, which means disclosing extensive details about its business prospects and potential risks. For ICOs, there are no such requirements yet—and that could make them prone to abuse.
While no fraud investigations of ICOs have come to light, blockchain fans frequently warn one another about dubious offerings in online discussion groups. (One snide slide deck in wide circulation is dubbed “PonzICO.”) And some companies have been able to issue tokens even though their business models are long shots at best. Jeff Garzik, a leading figure in the [Suspicious link removed]munity who runs a consultancy called Bloq, sees ICOs as “transformative” but remains wary. “Ninety-nine percent of these ICOs will be garbage,” he says. “It’s like penny stocks but with less regulation.”
Even the most legitimate and fiscally sound ICOs pose a potential threat for their issuers. “Coins” or tokens can look a lot like traditional securities, because they enable companies to take investors’ cash while holding out the potential for profit. And selling securities without SEC approval violates federal law. “In the future, token sales won’t be done in the same way as today, because of regulatory constraints,” says Marco Santori, a digital currency lawyer with the firm Cooley. If regulators eventually determine that tokens are securities, Santori says, the SEC and Internal Revenue Service could impose sanctions on issuers; such a decision could also make it easier for investors to sue startups if their tokens become worthless.
Attorneys are now helping startups structure their ICOs to stay on regulators’ good side. Lee Schneider, a securities lawyer with Debevoise & Plimpton who also hosts a fintech podcast, collaborated with digital currency exchange Coinbase on best practices for ICOs (Schneider prefers to call them “token launches”), and his advice offers good rules of thumb for would-be buyers too. The best token exchanges involve predictable pricing—a clear relationship between demand for tokens and their price. Issuers should be transparent about sharing the software code underlying the tokens.
Perhaps most noteworthy: Schneider says ICO candidates shouldn’t market tokens as the equivalent of an investment. They should pitch buyers on what the tokens can do, and not on what they could be worth. The bottom line: If a startup advertises its coins as something you can flip to get rich, its ICO is more likely to be “garbage” than “transformative.”
http://fortune.com/2017/06/26/ico-initial-coin-offering-investing/


WHY INVESTCOIN IS THE NUMBER ONE ALTCOIN ON THE LIST
Using our handy guide, you may have already familiarized yourself with the ins and outs of Bitcoin. But aside from bitcoin, there are hundreds of other digital currencies out there. These are known as "altcoins," or alternatives to bitcoin; for example, ether, ripple, zcash, monero and dash, to name just a few.

Altcoins can differ from Bitcoin in a range of ways. Some have a different economic model or a different coin-distribution method, like altcoins that were given away to all citizens of a country. Others employ different proof-of-work mining algorithms, perhaps to resist specialized mining hardware - or maybe they don't even rely on proof of work at all. Several altcoins offer a more versatile programming language to build applications on top of, while yet others offer more privacy compared to Bitcoin. And there are also altcoins that serve very specific, non-monetary use cases, like domain name registry or data storage pointers.

However, there are also many altcoins that don't do much interesting at all. The vast majority of altcoins simply tweak some parameters that don't matter much, or offer something that may sound useful but isn't. If, for example, an altcoin has a greater total amount of coins, it just means each individual coin is worth less. If an altcoin finds blocks faster, it only means that a transaction requires more confirmations for a similar level of security.


As such, most altcoins offer no benefit over Bitcoin at all. Plus, they have less hash power securing them, involve fewer developers improving them and are usually less useful due to smaller network effects. And while many altcoins promise useful features, upon closer inspection many of these promises are just that: promises.

This also means that altcoins are typically riskier than Bitcoin. Their exchange rates are often more volatile, and over the years virtually no altcoins have maintained their value against bitcoin; most have come and gone. On top of that, many altcoins can be considered outright scams, mainly created to enrich its inventors and early adopters.

While some altcoins out there can and do perform useful tasks (for example acting in a testnet capacity or offering greater anonymity than bitcoin) and may have a future, many others are exclusively driven by speculation or worse. So make sure to do your research, and buyer beware!

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The Bitcoin world has evolved wonderfully since Silk Road and the MtGox fiasco. Things are now taken seriously, there’s around $10 billion invested into Bitcoin and over a billion of this is put into altcoins like Ethereum, Litecoin, and over 100’s more!

The altcoin market itself has grown excessively — going from being worth $60 million in 2013 to over $1 bilion in 2016. There is an increased interest in speculating on altcoin trades. The stock market is a dying interest among technically inclined millennials. So a lot of investment money is flowing this way, and everyone wants a piece of the action.

But to get involved in Bitcoin or altcoin investing, you need to use an exchange that you can trust. You do not want to be in the situation that many MtGox users were in when 100’s of millions of dollars ‘went missing’ and only roughly 200,000 bitcoins were ever found.

There have been many Bitcoin exchanges that went bust. Quite a few were for fraudulence and hackings. Some of which include Bitfloor, Bitparking Exchange, BTC-E, BTER, Cryptsy, and Vircurex. Many millions of dollars worth of cryptocurrencies and cash funds were stolen from these sites.

So keep yourself safe and just trade at one of the exchanges below. We’ll make sure this list is kept up-to-date, so if any of them turn risky we’ll make it known with a time-stamp and information on why we believe the label is necessary.


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Here are the best Bitcoin and altcoin exchanges of 2016:

Poloniex
If you want to be able to trade not only Bitcoin but also many different altcoins, then Poloniex is definitely the place to be. They blew up in popularity over the past year. This is mainly because of the popularity Ethereum had when it first launched. Everyone started trading there because all the Ethereum investment money flowed through them. Kraken regularly pulled in no more than a quarter of what Poloniex did in a day, and they don’t have a good selection of high volume altcoin trading pairs.

The thing about Poloniex that makes it exceptionally amazing is the fact that you can do margin trading on altcoins here and their system is practically unbreakable.

There are currently 11 altcoins that can be traded with leverage. They are as follows: Ethereum (ETH), Bitshares (BTS), Factom (FCT), MaidSafeCoin (MAID), Monero (XMR), Ripple (XRP), Dash (DASH), Stellar (STR), Litecoin (LTC), Dogecoin (DOGE), and CLAMS (CLAM).

How Does Margin Trading Work at Poloniex?

You are investing with leverage and betting on either side of the trade. You can ‘long’ by betting that the price will go up. Or you can ‘short’ and bet that the price will go down. You will need to have at least 40% of whatever you borrow in your margin account. Then you can enter into a position.

Smart traders make a lot while trading on margin. The 40% requirement (and 20% collateral) mean there are limited gains and losses. However, it is still possible to get stuck in a forced liquidation if you drop below your 20% collateral. You could even lose all the funds in your margin account if the price goes low enough — and remember, it take a 40% shift in price to cause a double-down or to lose all your money.

But if you can get into a position near a wall (big bid or sell order), then you can put a stop-loss order in right after it. Then you will have an ultra-low risk trade you can get into that has a nearly unlimited upside. If you can catch the market in the bottom or top, then you just wait to close your position once big news stories cause a violent shift in your favor.

Of course you can trade however you want; whenever you altcoin trade on Poloniex you will feel in total control of your investment. Try it out with just a little funds at first and you’ll see how easy it is to figure out.

Also, Poloniex typically pulls anywhere from $10 to $30 million in trading volume each and every single day.

Bittrex
While Bittrex is not nearly as large as Poloniex, they are still a huge altcoin exchange. There have also been numerous coins pulling million dollar volume days lately. A lot of people buy altcoins on here to stack up on in hopes of them getting traded on Poloniex some day. The moment a coin is announced for trading on Poloniex, it tends to have a violent spike upwards in its price on all other exchanges that already carry it.

Your money is definitely safe at Poloniex, and that’s no different at Bittrex either. These are two altcoin exchanges that have never had any real financial problems. Even when some difficulties occurred, they’ve always done right of their users. So it is understandable why many trade here with decent stacks of coins.

However, you need to remember that both Poloniex and Bittrex are not really Bitcoin exchanges. You will want to buy and sell Bitcoin elsewhere. Still, Bittrex gets millions of dollars in daily trading volume and they’re definitely legit.

Bitfinex
If you want to trade Bitcoin and cash you should do so on Bitfinex. They get into the 8 figure range in daily volume, meaning over $10 million a day in trading volume. You can even do margin trading with bitcoins on Bitfinex. They offer leverage up to 3.3x which requires a 30% starting margin and a 15% collateral.

There are some altcoins that trade on Bitfinex. They are Ethereum and Litecoin. Ethereum gets into the 7 figure range, meaning they receive over $1 million in trading volume daily. Litecoin only pulls thousands to tens of thousands a day usually. In total, Bitfinex gets in the range of 10’s of millions of dollars of volume every day.

Kraken
Kraken is an exchange that has been growing for a while. They get millions of dollars in Ethereum volume each day. They also have The DAO trading, which gets hundreds of thousands of dollars worth traded each day. Other altcoins at Kraken include Litecoin, Dogecoin, Stellar, and Ripple. In the course of a day, Kraken doesn’t typically pull more than $10 million in total trading volume.
GDAX (by Coinbase)

GDAX is a digital asset exchange that allows you to buy Bitcoins with USD and Ethereum with either USD or BTC. Their prices are set for buys and sells and change regularly. It doesn’t work so much as an actual exchange. You’re paying a premium on either side of the trade, but it is easy to fund your GDAX purchase once you set yourself up. Also, they pull million of dollars in trading volume daily.
Bitstamp

You can buy Bitcoin with USD or EUR through Bitstamp. Usually Bitfinex is a better option, but there are still millions of dollars worth of Bitcoin traded on Bitstamp each day. You will also find that their market depth is reasonable. Support and resistance levels are usually protected by walls of 1,000 BTC or more. But you won’t be able to do any altcoin trading here since they only offer BTC to fiat trading pairs.

YoBit.net
Thousands of altcoin traders have used YoBit without having any issues. Some complain but it is mostly due to the scammy trades that go on. There are a lot of no-value altcoins available for trading on here. Many are also pump and dump schemes looking to lure unexpecting buyers chasing the waves.

Yet YoBit tends to pay out without any issues regardless of your withdrawal size. They have not had any real hiccups. They also got out of the ICO game, which is a good thing because every Tom, Dick and Harry could sign up for a few dollars and sell ICO shares to their own coin. So they are on the right track and now many days they have a million dollars or more in trading volume.

Still, there are much better sites to trade at and most likely you will find a better trading volume elsewhere on the coin you are interested in. The only trading interest at YoBit involve very small market cap coins. They don’t really have many steady markets on YoBit, which makes it a bad place to trade for beginners.
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