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December 12, 2017, 06:04:41 PM
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Litecoin's jump was totally unexpected. Didn't see that happening this month. Anybody's got any idea why it pumped?

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December 12, 2017, 06:11:07 PM
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I can advise a person who makes high-quality videos for ICO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pS9idBExt3M&feature=youtu.be
Refer to it. I can still advise an American blogger who does ICO reviews. But about it in a private message
Looks like you've got connections. You should hit up the team and see what they'll say

I hope they hear my suggestion. We need to focus on American investors. The review of the project from an American blogger is what you need

Are you sure that American investors can participate in any ICO? As I understand the citizens of the USA are prohibited taking part in any of these projects. I suppose Asian investors can do the best job.

In the US, the ICO is banned, but this does not prevent citizens from investing. They do it at their own peril and risk.

Yes, you are right, many investors from Arab countries. I know by the example of one project, which we with the team promoted.

I think the investors are spread across various continents, while it may seem that US citizens are banned from ICOs they are still passive investors; moreover
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December 12, 2017, 06:20:14 PM
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The SEC definition of securities is quite broad, hence the reason why ICOs are banned because 99.5% of them are investment vehicles. TGE, on the other hand...

In any case, all projects conducting ICO are oriented mainly to the United States and Asia. In Europe, the situation is not so impressive
Europeans are naturally conservation. They tend to do a lot of "watching from the sidelines". I think the Swiss and France are the only proactive countries in cryptos at the moment

I also studied the statistics on this issue. Indeed, Europeans are not very active investors.

@Wingding, Please shed more light on your studies.

This is not my research. There is a familiar marketer who works with projects and displays them on the ICO. He also shared the information.
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December 12, 2017, 06:41:50 PM
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Litecoin's jump was totally unexpected. Didn't see that happening this month. Anybody's got any idea why it pumped?


If you look at the coins of the top ten. Litecoin is the only high-level coin that was not pumped up with money. Litecoin is called digital silver and Bitcoin's younger brother. This means that the price of Litecoin must be at least 25% of the Bitcoin price. Conclusions make yourself

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December 12, 2017, 06:58:02 PM
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Litecoin's jump was totally unexpected. Didn't see that happening this month. Anybody's got any idea why it pumped?


If you look at the coins of the top ten. Litecoin is the only high-level coin that was not pumped up with money. Litecoin is called digital silver and Bitcoin's younger brother. This means that the price of Litecoin must be at least 25% of the Bitcoin price. Conclusions make yourself

Does that mean there are still more mooning with Litecoin? Since 25% of the current BTC price is around $4,250.
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December 12, 2017, 06:59:52 PM
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The SEC definition of securities is quite broad, hence the reason why ICOs are banned because 99.5% of them are investment vehicles. TGE, on the other hand...

In any case, all projects conducting ICO are oriented mainly to the United States and Asia. In Europe, the situation is not so impressive
Europeans are naturally conservation. They tend to do a lot of "watching from the sidelines". I think the Swiss and France are the only proactive countries in cryptos at the moment

I also studied the statistics on this issue. Indeed, Europeans are not very active investors.

@Wingding, Please shed more light on your studies.

This is not my research. There is a familiar marketer who works with projects and displays them on the ICO. He also shared the information.

But do you think the Europeans will pick up the pace once Blockchain standardization and ICO regulations are set in place?
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December 12, 2017, 07:56:55 PM
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Litecoin's jump was totally unexpected. Didn't see that happening this month. Anybody's got any idea why it pumped?


If you look at the coins of the top ten. Litecoin is the only high-level coin that was not pumped up with money. Litecoin is called digital silver and Bitcoin's younger brother. This means that the price of Litecoin must be at least 25% of the Bitcoin price. Conclusions make yourself

Does that mean there are still more mooning with Litecoin? Since 25% of the current BTC price is around $4,250.

Of course! The rise in the price of Litecoin to at least $ 1000 is inevitable. In the future, the price will be about 3-4 thousand dollars

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December 12, 2017, 09:36:13 PM
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Litecoin's jump was totally unexpected. Didn't see that happening this month. Anybody's got any idea why it pumped?


If you look at the coins of the top ten. Litecoin is the only high-level coin that was not pumped up with money. Litecoin is called digital silver and Bitcoin's younger brother. This means that the price of Litecoin must be at least 25% of the Bitcoin price. Conclusions make yourself

Does that mean there are still more mooning with Litecoin? Since 25% of the current BTC price is around $4,250.

Of course! The rise in the price of Litecoin to at least $ 1000 is inevitable. In the future, the price will be about 3-4 thousand dollars

Is your speculation of LTC rise to $1,000 Within this year or in the coming year 2018?
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December 12, 2017, 09:36:42 PM
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Litecoin's jump was totally unexpected. Didn't see that happening this month. Anybody's got any idea why it pumped?


If you look at the coins of the top ten. Litecoin is the only high-level coin that was not pumped up with money. Litecoin is called digital silver and Bitcoin's younger brother. This means that the price of Litecoin must be at least 25% of the Bitcoin price. Conclusions make yourself
Litecoin used to be the silver/younger brother to BTC, but with BCH and BTG, I'm not too sure whose brother LTC is

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December 12, 2017, 09:38:16 PM
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 With this much progress in crypto-world, can't wait to see how SINT/COIN will mediate, but first they would have to conclude their ICO
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December 13, 2017, 06:11:55 AM
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Counting days to 2018, from there it would be moments before sintez crowdsale begins. Keeping high hopes for this project
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December 13, 2017, 07:30:49 AM
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Going to be interesting to see how Sintez plans to kick-off the new year

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December 13, 2017, 07:46:48 AM
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Litecoin's jump was totally unexpected. Didn't see that happening this month. Anybody's got any idea why it pumped?


If you look at the coins of the top ten. Litecoin is the only high-level coin that was not pumped up with money. Litecoin is called digital silver and Bitcoin's younger brother. This means that the price of Litecoin must be at least 25% of the Bitcoin price. Conclusions make yourself

Does that mean there are still more mooning with Litecoin? Since 25% of the current BTC price is around $4,250.

It is unlikely that Litecoin will reach such a price in the near future. Although the crypto market everything is possible. We have seen this more than once.
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December 13, 2017, 08:22:01 AM
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Litecoin's jump was totally unexpected. Didn't see that happening this month. Anybody's got any idea why it pumped?


If you look at the coins of the top ten. Litecoin is the only high-level coin that was not pumped up with money. Litecoin is called digital silver and Bitcoin's younger brother. This means that the price of Litecoin must be at least 25% of the Bitcoin price. Conclusions make yourself

Does that mean there are still more mooning with Litecoin? Since 25% of the current BTC price is around $4,250.

It is unlikely that Litecoin will reach such a price in the near future. Although the crypto market everything is possible. We have seen this more than once.

I'm more interested in how the growth of the main crypto currency will affect ICO. After all, sometimes it's more profitable to keep funds in crypto-currencies than to buy tokens.
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December 13, 2017, 10:01:45 AM
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Going to be interesting to see how Sintez plans to kick-off the new year

I wish there could be airdrops for the new year tokens for all the community members. This will show the support community and intending investors that SINTEZ still kicks.
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December 13, 2017, 10:03:46 AM
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Litecoin's jump was totally unexpected. Didn't see that happening this month. Anybody's got any idea why it pumped?


If you look at the coins of the top ten. Litecoin is the only high-level coin that was not pumped up with money. Litecoin is called digital silver and Bitcoin's younger brother. This means that the price of Litecoin must be at least 25% of the Bitcoin price. Conclusions make yourself

Does that mean there are still more mooning with Litecoin? Since 25% of the current BTC price is around $4,250.

It is unlikely that Litecoin will reach such a price in the near future. Although the crypto market everything is possible. We have seen this more than once.

I'm more interested in how the growth of the main crypto currency will affect ICO. After all, sometimes it's more profitable to keep funds in crypto-currencies than to buy tokens.

For now, main cryptos may be providing the comfort dreaded by most ICO investors, however when the blockchain is standardized, we would see an appreciable increase in ICO investors, as safety of funds will be guaranteed.
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December 13, 2017, 12:18:02 PM
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I'm wondering whether there will be a decline in crypto-currencies by the end of this year or will we end on a positive year? If there is a recession, this will be bad for ICO projects. Since people will start to fix the loss. We will wait for the good news

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December 13, 2017, 03:35:54 PM
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I'm wondering whether there will be a decline in crypto-currencies by the end of this year or will we end on a positive year? If there is a recession, this will be bad for ICO projects. Since people will start to fix the loss. We will wait for the good news

Hope cryptoes will rising not only till end year but and in the next year Smiley

And hope Sintez will give us news what is going...

 
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December 13, 2017, 04:58:49 PM
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I'm wondering whether there will be a decline in crypto-currencies by the end of this year or will we end on a positive year? If there is a recession, this will be bad for ICO projects. Since people will start to fix the loss. We will wait for the good news
Doubt if there's going to be a decline with Bitcoin futures bringing mainstream users to the crypto market

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December 13, 2017, 05:58:55 PM
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Let's hope that this does not happen! The Sintez project must collect a good amount. At least 20 million. For a financial project, this is the norm

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