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March 12, 2018, 08:52:03 PM
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We all wanted to earn in cryptocurrency but we don't have enough resources and knowledge where to start. I have here some information that could help you guys (specially for beginners) on how to take your first step and resources that could maximize your ideas on how to minimize the risk on your investments and multiply your funds in the most effective way. If you love reading, just click these hyper links below. Enjoy! If you wanted to share more of your resources, please feel free to add some helpful information and I'd be more than happy to update this thread together with your name to take the credit Smiley



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BITCOIN wiki  → credits to seoincorporation
What is BLOCKCHAIN  → credits to Jet Cash
List of CRYPTOCURRENCY  → credits to wiser
List of TOKENS
List of COINS
ALTCOIN CONVERTER price
MyEtherWallet Knowledge Center (ERC20 online wallet)
Your five MUST HAVE WEBSITES in crypto world
Your Total Beginner’s Guide to Cryptocurrency Trading






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BITCOIN FEE Calculator  → credits to jseverson
ETHEREUM GAS PRICE checker
MyEthereumWallet GWEI and PROCESSING TIME CHECKER

Remember! (for Ethereum Blockchain transactions)
21,000 is the gas limit for standard transactions (MyEtherWallet)
21,000 units of gas at 20 GWEI
Sending tokens will typically take ~50 000 gas to ~100 000 gas, so the total TX fee increases to 0.001 ETH - 0.002 ETH






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Delta Balances
Ethplorer
Etherscan






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forICO
ICO Calendar
ICO Ranker
ICO Drops
ICO Bench






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List of EXCHANGES
Alternative to COINMARKETCAP
Newly Listed altcoins in COINMARKETCAP
Your CryptoCurrencies Calendar (airdrops, conference, important updates)
The Innovative Investor's Guide to Bitcoin and Beyond  → credits to Insanerman
Free Book: "Crypto Success, Investing in Cryptocurrency for the Long Term"  → credits to fible1
Investing in Cryptocurrency for the Long Term Tips and Tricks  → credits to Insanerman






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List of Decentralized / Centralized Exchanges  → credits to erzascarlet_30
List of Reputable ESCROWS  → credits to marcotheminer
Comprehensive guide to Bitcointalk  → credits to iasenko
Guide for Quicker forum search  → credits to coly20032003
Cryptocurrency Lingo/Slang  → credits to theyoungmillionaire
Bitcointalk.org Merit System






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Earn Drops
ICO Drops
Bounty Lord
Bounty Portal
Bounty Platform
Bounty Alerts
Bounty Hive
Team Amazix Bounties
Bitcointalk Bounty Section






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List of Profitable Signature Campaigns  → credits to Mitchell
Overview of Bitcointalk Signature Anti-Spam Campaign Managers  → credits to pugman
Table of Signature campaigns  → credits to tvplus006
yahoo62278
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Wapinter
buzness-game
ryjin1007
olcaytu2005
Arteezy.rtx
needmoney
Sylon
deadley
Irfan
colorlessk
julerz12
ahmedjamal1998
hua_hui
Aerys2
Hotachy
BlockEye
SANDRA EVANS

REMINDER: To check their bounty campaign threads, go to "Show the last topics started by this person" on the "Additional Information" tab and do your own research.






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ATH - All-Time-High

ICO - Initial Coin Offering

BTFD - Buy the Failed Dip or Buy the Fucking Dip

DYOR - Do Your Own Research

FOMO - Fear Of Missing Out

FUD - Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt

Dapp - Decentralized Application

MEW - MyEtherWallet

DAO - Decentralized Autonomous Organization

HODL - Hold On for Dear Life

KYC - Know Your Customer

AML - Anti Money Laundering

TGE - Token Generation Event

POW - Proof-of-work

POS - Proof-of-stake





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TA - Trend Analysis or Technical Analysis

FA - Fundamental Analysis

ROI - Return on Investment

SMA - Simple Moving Average

EMA - Exponential Moving Average

MACD - Moving Average Convergence/Divergence

ATH - All Time High

H&S - Head and Shoulder

RSI - Relative Strength Index

BPI - Bitcoin Price Index


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March 12, 2018, 09:30:39 PM
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Might I suggest that the first thing you should do is to learn about Bitcoin and the blockchain.

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March 13, 2018, 03:32:19 AM
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Might I suggest that the first thing you should do is to learn about Bitcoin and the blockchain.
True. I agree
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March 13, 2018, 05:38:03 AM
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First of all, excellent compilation! I would suggest you also include a Bitcoin transaction fee estimator like https://coinb.in/#fees. Fees get high in part because users have no idea how much they have to pay.

Also, is including the name of bounty managers really necessary? It's completely arbitrary, and you run the risk of newbies sending them PMs asking about running bounties. You already listed bounty references so shouldn't that be enough?

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March 13, 2018, 07:35:22 PM
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Might I suggest that the first thing you should do is to learn about Bitcoin and the blockchain.

I successfully added an information about the blockchain. Thank you for your recommendation mate!  Smiley I will dig for more information about the blockchain and update this thread ASAP.

First of all, excellent compilation! I would suggest you also include a Bitcoin transaction fee estimator like https://coinb.in/#fees. Fees get high in part because users have no idea how much they have to pay.

Also, is including the name of bounty managers really necessary? It's completely arbitrary, and you run the risk of newbies sending them PMs asking about running bounties. You already listed bounty references so shouldn't that be enough?

Thanks mate! I successfully added your Bitcoin transaction fee estimator. I strongly believe that putting those trusted bounty manager names would be helpful for a newbie, specially for those people who are into bounties as their home base job  Wink

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Good job!!! It was truly necessary to create such a nice thread here for Beginners and help.
Thanks for your contribution.
I would add Bitcoinwiki in order to newbies to know how they can find some useful information about how both the forum and the blockchain technology works! There they can download also some interesting books about Bitcoin which I feel they will find useful enough.

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March 14, 2018, 08:23:52 PM
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This is a great concept! I would definitely add CoinMarketcap. It lists the current price in USD for all the coins out there. Each coin also has its own page where you can find links to the coin's website, social media channels, where you can trade it and much more. One of my favorite tools on CMC is the currency converter tool. This can be helpful to know exactly how much of coin X do I need to sell in order to get a certain amount of Coin Y. You can also look up historical prices which can be fascinating and useful. Personally, I can't imagine my crypto-life without CMC.

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March 18, 2018, 05:18:24 PM
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This is great. Thanks for this!

I just started in crypto last november 2017, this guide was a big help to me.

from basic info to trading and bounty hunting.

kudos to you sir.

That made my day mates! Don't forget to save the link as your reference  Wink I will definitely keep updating this thread guys and I hope that it can be helpful and handy for you all someday. Just keep observing in this forum, you will learn a lot from here  Smiley

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March 19, 2018, 04:52:29 AM
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O mehn, this is real nice, you should make this a steemit post, if you're there.

I'll bookmark this also, been slowly gathering an index of useful threads on bitcointalk, essential in quickly moving around and showing potential newbies .

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March 19, 2018, 08:33:49 AM
Last edit: March 19, 2018, 02:12:19 PM by iasenko
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Nice guide, Can I list it as an additional resource in my Comprehensive guide to Bitcointalk if you don't mind? I'm trying to collect the most useful threads for newbies Wink

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As a newbie,I was a very fast learner but what I found so hard to do was open a myetherwallet.com account and navigate successfully through it,it was the inky thing I ever asked u r help from veterans for..
So I want to suggest the newbies would be better served with apps like ImToken and Eidoo,not only are they easier to navigate,they are much more secure because they wouldnt have to input their private key in any website.



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March 19, 2018, 05:56:59 PM
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Wow, thanks for all of this! Btw, on what website can I find the best bounty deals? And are they very time-consuming?
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April 12, 2018, 02:06:19 AM
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LAST UPDATE: April 12, 2018

How are you guys? I just updated the thread and added bounty managers that handles profitable signature campaigns effectively. I would appreciate if you will also share your TOP PICK BOUNTY MANAGERS. Thanks in advance!  Wink

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April 13, 2018, 12:30:33 PM
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I find this thread particularly very helpful and I appreciate the efforts. However, can you add a list of more terms in cryptocurrency. For example, shill, I just found out today that it meant "to advertise or market or publicize a coin". FOMO, FUD and more acronyms like that. Thanks.
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UPDATED: April 23, 2018

Added Acronyms.

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April 24, 2018, 04:42:24 PM
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Good job!!! It was truly necessary to create such a nice thread here for Beginners and help.
Thanks for your contribution.
I would add Bitcoinwiki in order to newbies to know how they can find some useful information about how both the forum and the blockchain technology works! There they can download also some interesting books about Bitcoin which I feel they will find useful enough.

Your merit contribution (I saw you give 1)  is much more appreciated than your words of recognition. Haha at least give 5 if you think and fell this is really useful .
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May 03, 2018, 07:28:11 AM
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Don't forget to save the link on this thread as your reference guys. Never stop learning and do your own research first is a must Wink

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May 14, 2018, 10:03:38 AM
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This a good thread. Now I can focus on where to start since I am newbie here. I need to study first the Cyrptocurrency and how the blockchain works. Keep it up.
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May 15, 2018, 01:14:52 AM
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Nice guide, Can I list it as an additional resource in my Comprehensive guide to Bitcointalk if you don't mind? I'm trying to collect the most useful threads for newbies Wink
Me also, I am collecting useful links posted by other members here in the forum for DarkBullet might I suggest that collecting some pdf or ebook about Blockchain and Cryptocurrency. I have some of them and I can share them with you. Just include it your posts. Notify me
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May 17, 2018, 08:23:13 AM
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Nice guide, Can I list it as an additional resource in my Comprehensive guide to Bitcointalk if you don't mind? I'm trying to collect the most useful threads for newbies Wink
Me also, I am collecting useful links posted by other members here in the forum for DarkBullet might I suggest that collecting some pdf or ebook about Blockchain and Cryptocurrency. I have some of them and I can share them with you. Just include it your posts. Notify me

That would be very helpful! I sent you a message buddy! Thanks in advance!

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