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November 14, 2017, 10:55:03 PM
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I realise that the simplest way to make a profit on crypto at the moment seems to be just buying and holding Bitcoin, but I'm curious if there are any coins or tokens designed specifically to generate ongoing passive income for holding them and if so, how they work?
there really is no guarantee that the coin you have invested gives you a passive income,
and if it gives you the advantage of luck one of the big ones.....

Though it won't have any assurance for that but I'll give trust to my coins that it may give me something in return after all. Even though how potential is your coin, but if you don't work for it then there is nothing will happen.

Buying and holding potentially profitable coins is a great idea but be sure you have monitoring it's flow in the market place and you can sell it when it's price will go high.

and a very difficult moment in this matter is the choice of a project whose coin will have a trading potential. because if it's bad to take this issue, you will have to control only the real price drop and the collapse of investment.


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November 14, 2017, 11:01:54 PM
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I realise that the simplest way to make a profit on crypto at the moment seems to be just buying and holding Bitcoin, but I'm curious if there are any coins or tokens designed specifically to generate ongoing passive income for holding them and if so, how they work?
there really is no guarantee that the coin you have invested gives you a passive income,
and if it gives you the advantage of luck one of the big ones.....

Though it won't have any assurance for that but I'll give trust to my coins that it may give me something in return after all. Even though how potential is your coin, but if you don't work for it then there is nothing will happen.

Buying and holding potentially profitable coins is a great idea but be sure you have monitoring it's flow in the market place and you can sell it when it's price will go high.

and a very difficult moment in this matter is the choice of a project whose coin will have a trading potential. because if it's bad to take this issue, you will have to control only the real price drop and the collapse of investment.
Yes you can manage a loss drop of a coin if you have enough trading skills to regain the loss drop of your coin. It is like controling the coins when will it rise and go down you need to be patient  as long as the rate is down and wait for the right time and realize the potential of the trading potential of it.

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November 14, 2017, 11:13:18 PM
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I don't think that there's really a coin meant to do that because the value of the coins is determined by their market caps and the higher the investors and holders number is, the higher the coin's value gets . So people who owned bitcoin around 2012 have made 600% gains because the market cap increased , not because the coin is designed to increase it's value , that's nonsense .

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November 14, 2017, 11:18:09 PM
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you can read up on the POS (proof of stake) algorithm.
It is designed to reward people that hold (stake) a certain amount of altcoins for a certain time.

This way, you can create passive income, however, it's only a limited number of altcoins that use POS, if you pick an altcoin to stake, and you gain 10% in one year, but in the same time, the altcoin's price goes down 50%, you end up with more altcoins but with less actual value.

Yes, that is correct, however the profits are not usually very abundant using this method. For example, one of the altcoins that became very popular recently due to the generosity of its bounties is DeepOnion, but through staking it is only generating a poor 5% annual profit. I've heard that altcom is offering a lot more, but I still can not corroborate it.

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November 14, 2017, 11:34:29 PM
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you can read up on the POS (proof of stake) algorithm.
It is designed to reward people that hold (stake) a certain amount of altcoins for a certain time.

This way, you can create passive income, however, it's only a limited number of altcoins that use POS, if you pick an altcoin to stake, and you gain 10% in one year, but in the same time, the altcoin's price goes down 50%, you end up with more altcoins but with less actual value.

Yes, that is correct, however the profits are not usually very abundant using this method. For example, one of the altcoins that became very popular recently due to the generosity of its bounties is DeepOnion, but through staking it is only generating a poor 5% annual profit. I've heard that altcom is offering a lot more, but I still can not corroborate it.
I'm thinking that too, people who are staking their coins, burden the risk of fluctuation seeing that many of these altcoins often fluctuate so hard within a years, if staking only generate such small amount of money
it's kinda waste of time, just go trading and we can earn more than this staking coin option.

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November 15, 2017, 01:13:54 AM
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Passive income is a process of having an income without such work. This includes investments in bitcoins, ethereum, altcoins, real estate, mutual funds, bonds, etc. Mining, in my opinion is included because you just buy a hard drive and let it mine for you. Generating passive income means that you must invest in any of this either 1 or more.

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November 15, 2017, 01:37:12 AM
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Hey folks,

I realise that the simplest way to make a profit on crypto at the moment seems to be just buying and holding Bitcoin, but I'm curious if there are any coins or tokens designed specifically to generate ongoing passive income for holding them and if so, how they work?

Appreciate any replies,

All POS (proof of stake) coins will reward holders of their coins with more coins, this in theory is passive income as long as the coins retain their value over time.

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November 15, 2017, 01:51:07 AM
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Passive income is a process of having an income without such work. This includes investments in bitcoins, ethereum, altcoins, real estate, mutual funds, bonds, etc. Mining, in my opinion is included because you just buy a hard drive and let it mine for you. Generating passive income means that you must invest in any of this either 1 or more.
Yes, you right. If we want to maximalize passive income we must keep focus on growing asset. Bitcoin is good for begining, but if I have  big capital, I prefer like to do more by create or buy home, store or even  real estate.  I will rent those asset.


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November 15, 2017, 02:55:49 AM
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AH! Bite me on that statement. There is coin which is specifically designed like that because its not possible to do so. Whatever we get after investing our money into some projects is nothing but the revenue generated from the product development or services for instance. We are abided with the ICO investments or the coin investment alone where we act as shareholder and in same manner as real life entity would do they distribute the profits to us.


For coin to just put that ind of role on its shoulder seems to be impossible because how they will generate the profits and what they will share with us? I guess thats the first thing which will need to be cleared. :-)



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November 16, 2017, 03:50:29 PM
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Hey folks,

I realise that the simplest way to make a profit on crypto at the moment seems to be just buying and holding Bitcoin, but I'm curious if there are any coins or tokens designed specifically to generate ongoing passive income for holding them and if so, how they work?

Appreciate any replies,


Maybe for you to generate passive income you can lend your coin to others with interest in return,
but there is risk on this one cause they might not give it back to you so asking for a collateral is a good assurance.

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HODL BTC long term will probably good if the price will go to the moon.
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November 16, 2017, 04:09:35 PM
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If you really want passive income, try TAAS. Its an ERC token which the team is going to distribute dividend every quarter. The more you have thousands of these you will probably receive a lot of ETH which could be your passive income. They have distributed dividends already and the team is quite good with what they do.

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November 18, 2017, 08:27:37 PM
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https://codecanyon.net/item/bitcoin-affiliate-system-earn-passive-cryptocurrency/20955388

This is a good way to earn passively

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