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September 01, 2017, 04:38:11 PM
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I normally stick to the well known, larger, safer coins for investing.  I'm trying to find an "under the radar" longshot to put a very small amounts into, just for fun, really.  I don't like that it's a gambling token, it seems like those could become saturated and/or attacked by regulators.  Gambling may be the first thing governments start to go after in the crypto world.  It never seemed to gain traction after the ICO ...  But for some reason, I keep coming back to this one as a decent gamble (pardon the pun) ... It got a small bump recently, apparently they announced a coin burn.  

Thoughts?  If not Funfair, then what is your longshot pick?
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September 01, 2017, 04:49:45 PM
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This is a shot...i bought at 600, nice jump...and this is only start...when wil be new news...will be big!

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https://funfair.io/company-update-august-2017/

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September 01, 2017, 05:05:01 PM
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Like a lot of the ERC20 Eth token coins, the valuation is insane for Funfair in my view. Don't get me wrong, I like the idea, and the team, but only a small portion is in circulation, check the full circulation on coinmarket cap - insane valuation, IMO.
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September 01, 2017, 05:19:32 PM
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I would rather take a chance on something that looks to be really under the radar in term of what it ALREADY offers and its market cap.

Like bitbay for example although there are a few others worth looking at that one is my fav and has been for some time.

Research and make up your own mind.

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September 01, 2017, 06:11:55 PM
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I normally stick to the well known, larger, safer coins for investing.  I'm trying to find an "under the radar" longshot to put a very small amounts into, just for fun, really.  I don't like that it's a gambling token, it seems like those could become saturated and/or attacked by regulators.  Gambling may be the first thing governments start to go after in the crypto world.  It never seemed to gain traction after the ICO ...  But for some reason, I keep coming back to this one as a decent gamble (pardon the pun) ... It got a small bump recently, apparently they announced a coin burn.  

Thoughts?  If not Funfair, then what is your longshot pick?

It's not a gambling token, they are licensing their product to others rather than using it themselves for this exact reason: so they don't have any legal issues with what they are doing.

They are by far one of the most professional and transparent teams in crypto. I really don't see any short or long term downside, but at the same time it's not likely to break out a lot until the end of the year when they release their product.
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September 01, 2017, 06:52:29 PM
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I normally stick to the well known, larger, safer coins for investing.  I'm trying to find an "under the radar" longshot to put a very small amounts into, just for fun, really.  I don't like that it's a gambling token, it seems like those could become saturated and/or attacked by regulators.  Gambling may be the first thing governments start to go after in the crypto world.  It never seemed to gain traction after the ICO ...  But for some reason, I keep coming back to this one as a decent gamble (pardon the pun) ... It got a small bump recently, apparently they announced a coin burn.  

Thoughts?  If not Funfair, then what is your longshot pick?

It's not a gambling token, they are licensing their product to others rather than using it themselves for this exact reason: so they don't have any legal issues with what they are doing.

They are by far one of the most professional and transparent teams in crypto. I really don't see any short or long term downside, but at the same time it's not likely to break out a lot until the end of the year when they release their product.

Thanks for the correction and the great information.  I'm new to this, but I'm learning quickly it's about the team as much as it is the idea.  I had read through website and announcement pages, and they bill themselves as a "Casino Platform", and to be fair, their announcement page is very focused on gambling, although I can see the technical difference.  Anyway, I pulled the trigger on it today, a small amount, let's see what happens in 2018.
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September 01, 2017, 09:25:47 PM
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Funfair on hitbtc, btc, eth, usd
https://hitbtc.com/exchange/FUN-to-BTC
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September 01, 2017, 09:29:38 PM
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FunFair? What is this coin about?

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September 01, 2017, 09:33:33 PM
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Yeah I'm gonna put a few bucks on this one  Grin
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September 01, 2017, 09:40:56 PM
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Bitbay is flying pretty low but has a TON of potential. I would also recently got XtraBytes, TrustPlus,DeepOnion,ChainCoin Darcrus. They are all under 20 million market cap.
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