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March 20, 2018, 08:19:12 AM
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How not to say and bitcoin is the father of the cryptocurrency, I think it is the most stable
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March 20, 2018, 10:20:39 PM
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My money is on Havven. ICO sold out in 90 minutes and raised $30M beating Power ledger as an australian-based company for amount raised. There is huge demand for something like this. Their system is the only one that makes sense. I see too many stablecoins try to stabilize the price while tying themselves to something that's not stable----> USD or gold. What a joke.

Lots to anticipate especially for mass adoption. these are going to pave the way for that movement.
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March 20, 2018, 10:49:43 PM
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How not to say and bitcoin is the father of the cryptocurrency, I think it is the most stable

Bitcoin is not stable coin since its go with the series of pump and dump schemes which truly love by traders. But you could look the monero since for me that is the most stable coin so far and yet potential one to be hold with. And I would rather search for new potential ICO coins with working platform right now since those are the new thrend and maybe there's one of them would pump more harder in future.

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March 21, 2018, 01:20:03 AM
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I dont think there is a stable coin in the market. If you look at charts nowadays almost all cryptocurrencies are flactuating. Cryptocurrency is very volatile, no one can predict when will it rise or drop its price. Although in investing you could say there is a stablecoins, by investing in mutliple cryptocurrencies which will allow you to diversify your portpolio to lessen the risk of losing your investment. Having multiple cryptocurrencies in your portpolio compensates the rising or dropping of each individual cryptocurrency. To put it simple, if one or more cryptocurrency in your portpolio drops while the other cryptocurrency rises, making your investment stable.
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March 21, 2018, 03:14:31 AM
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How not to say and bitcoin is the father of the cryptocurrency, I think it is the most stable

Bitcoin is not stable coin since its go with the series of pump and dump schemes which truly love by traders. But you could look the monero since for me that is the most stable coin so far and yet potential one to be hold with. And I would rather search for new potential ICO coins with working platform right now since those are the new thrend and maybe there's one of them would pump harder in future.

No coin is a stable coin in the crypto market because every coin depends on the price of Bitcoin, mostly people are majorly holding Bitcoin. Once the price of Bitcoin is kept reducing all other coin price start decreasing.
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I'm not a fan of these fixed conversion rate coin/token like Tether. The same with LTU_btc, I always prefer my own local fiat currency if I want a "stable" status for my investments (PHP).
Also, AFAIK there's no local exchanger for them that's why it could take a longer process for real life usage. (Ex. bitcoin -> Tether -> if I need php / instead of bitcoin -> php )

Nothing turns back with stable coins. Crypto's nature is pumps and dumps. There were the real profit is seen. If the crypto is stable, then i would prefer my own local fiats then a stable coin. And if all crypto coins are going to have a stable value, I don't think everyday we would have a new ICOs coming in and more investors falling in crypto market. So fluctuation in price is the main source of crypto's growth.
Simple as that! The main reason why we are here is because we want to invest in a coin with a product and solution and apparently a stable coin which apparently makes it centralized and controlled defeats that objective and since that is defeated, what is then the point? I would just rather stick with fiat like you said, since I know I will have my government to deal with if anything happens, than holding a centralized digital currency.

If I want stable I will move to fiat. What is the point holding a stable coin? It total shows one thing if it is stable, which the fact that it is centralized is, controlled and have nothing to offer than to close the normal fiat. So, why would I even trust those who have decided to launch a stable coin when I can just at least stick to the centralized fiat without worrying? I even find it hard to want to leave my holdings during a trade in USDT considering all the things that have been said.
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March 21, 2018, 10:47:51 AM
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Been seeing a lot of talk about stablecoins lately like this article: https://www.forbes.com/sites/shermanlee/2018/03/12/explaining-stable-coins-the-holy-grail-of-crytpocurrency/#432e3ce84fc6

What do you guys think about them? My personal favorite would be Havven since they're not pegged to fiat or gold and is trustless.
I have never heard about stablecoins before, this is my first time. But what are they? Are they also cryptocurrency or some kind of different assets? Whenever I need something stable, I usually go with dollars or my main country currency. There are also some cryptocurrencies that are a bit stable. I believe Ethereum is a little more stable when compared to Bitcoin. Their prices can tell.
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March 21, 2018, 12:18:32 PM
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I don't like the cryptocurrencies to be stable. We already have the flat money which is stable always the unpredictable nature of the cryptocoin price attracts so many traders to the market,so I think stability is not for the cryptocoins.
If we evaluate the coin price in BTC instead of dollar then LTC and ETH price are very much stable I think.






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March 21, 2018, 10:07:13 PM
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I don't like the cryptocurrencies to be stable. We already have the flat money which is stable always the unpredictable nature of the cryptocoin price attracts so many traders to the market,so I think stability is not for the cryptocoins.
If we evaluate the coin price in BTC instead of dollar then LTC and ETH price are very much stable I think.
Exactly it is best thing in crypto currency that it is very unstable and it can move high and low, for now there is no currency has been that fluctuated how much fluctuation bitcoin has and it is the most attractive thing about bitcoin. people like bitcoin as when the buy bitcoin at low [rice and then they hold after holding finally they sell at most expensive price of bitcoin which make them happy and grateful, and financially secure, so bitcoin is an unstable coin and I really appreciate my bitcoin saving for it.
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March 22, 2018, 12:02:20 AM
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Been seeing a lot of talk about stablecoins lately like this article: https://www.forbes.com/sites/shermanlee/2018/03/12/explaining-stable-coins-the-holy-grail-of-crytpocurrency/#432e3ce84fc6

What do you guys think about them? My personal favorite would be Havven since they're not pegged to fiat or gold and is trustless.
I have never heard about stablecoins before, this is my first time. But what are they? Are they also cryptocurrency or some kind of different assets? Whenever I need something stable, I usually go with dollars or my main country currency. There are also some cryptocurrencies that are a bit stable. I believe Ethereum is a little more stable when compared to Bitcoin. Their prices can tell.

Watch their video on their site https://havven.io/

Here's a good read about them too: https://www.forbes.com/sites/shermanlee/2018/03/12/explaining-stable-coins-the-holy-grail-of-crytpocurrency/#432e3ce84fc6
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March 22, 2018, 01:32:57 AM
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There are still no stable cryptocurrency so far, the main criteria to look for a crytpocurrency is the stability,scalability,decentralization and adaptablity. Most cryptocurrencies are volatile, for its volatility has an advantage for long term goal but a big risk for a short term trade. Even bitcoin as the pioneer of the cryptocurrency have not achieved its stability for its adaption to the masses it still not that wide. If we speak about stability their dependent to fiat or a main USD currency should be abolished and we deeply rely on crypto-crypto exchange and not on crypto to fiat .
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March 22, 2018, 03:56:11 AM
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I consider Bitcoin and Ethereum as stable coin but not their value, both coin are stable in the top of crypto market which has strong value even their value going dump and pump both coin are consistently profitable. That is why i choose these coins at my bucket to hold for long period of time because i believed that it would be more worth it,

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March 23, 2018, 04:29:44 AM
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Been seeing a lot of talk about stablecoins lately like this article: https://www.forbes.com/sites/shermanlee/2018/03/12/explaining-stable-coins-the-holy-grail-of-crytpocurrency/#432e3ce84fc6

What do you guys think about them? My personal favorite would be Havven since they're not pegged to fiat or gold and is trustless.
Never used any of these stable-coins. When I need stable coin, I use USD.
I'm trying to stay away from USDT. After reading a lot about it, I can't trust them and I'm really sceptical about it.
Never heard about Havven? Which exchanges have it? I would like to see more information about, because I tried tosearch and didn't found anything.
Honestly, I wonder why I would want to leave my coins in all these fixed rate currencies when I can as well just trade it against fiat directly. I feel it is just a way for some devs to just generate some free coins for themselves with no real value or importance since we can just make use of fiat which is already serving that purpose. Even USDT right now is not trustworthy, so at least for something that I am sure I would not end up regretting, fiat remains the best option in this case for holding a stable currency.

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March 23, 2018, 11:30:48 PM
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You guys all missed the point of this post lol. Havven does all of those things you guys are hoping for. Decentralized? Yes. Trustless? Yes. Not pegged to fiat or gold? Yes.

I would look into havven asap. big project that is going to shake the stablecoin/crypto world. https://havven.io/
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March 24, 2018, 07:23:24 AM
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Personally, the high volatility of the prices of CryptoCurrency is one of its advantages so I am not encouraged by the kind of stable currencies.
Generally, all rely on centralization making it useless.
One of the most important currencies that have a fixed price and depend on a future model of decentralization is Havven (my favorite stablecoin).

I use litecoin as a safe haven in the event of a breakdown






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March 24, 2018, 03:16:00 PM
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I had some interest for Tether, but I have seen some negative speculation about that, so I didn't look for that anymore. The nearest Crypto-Currency to stability that I reach now is DogeCoin. Not so stable, but at least well known already to know it's not a farse and that there isn't anything behind it.
With what has been raised over the few months on tether, it just gives me one reason not to ever take any centralized digital currency seriously. It does not belong to this show and if I want to have my money in a stable currency, fiat is already serving that purpose at least, and the devil you know is better than the angel you do not know.

I see stable digital currencies as worthless and of no serious value or anything special it offers and as long as it is that way, I do not want to wake up one day to start hearing stories.

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March 24, 2018, 04:21:07 PM
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Personally, the high volatility of the prices of CryptoCurrency is one of its advantages so I am not encouraged by the kind of stable currencies.
Generally, all rely on centralization making it useless.
One of the most important currencies that have a fixed price and depend on a future model of decentralization is Havven (my favorite stablecoin).

I use litecoin as a safe haven in the event of a breakdown



USDT is only one being stable in the crpyto currency market. Except this all the other crypto currencies will not be stable. Since the price volatility is high in the all cryptocurrency market you cannot expect the stability at all bro.
If you want to invest on stability income means you can go with mining. That too will fluctuate according to the difficulty changes on the number of investors increasing for the concern coin buddy. So op would not find the answer at all.
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March 24, 2018, 04:50:06 PM
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The concept of "stable" is not combined with the notion of "crypto-currency". Because now everyone is talking about crypto-currencies and how easy to earn money here and this attracts many inexperienced traders. In turn, big whales know about this and use newcomers. Therefore, I think for a long time there will not be a stable coin
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March 24, 2018, 04:58:04 PM
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Bitcoin and Etherum must be.The RFR and CRED are among the most stable ones.I have enough coins, but I think RFR and CRED are my favorite coins. I think these coins are stable.Anyway, bankex coins are among them.

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March 24, 2018, 11:23:17 PM
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I like that havven stands for everything I'm looking for: decentralized, trustless, and not pegged to fiat/gold. Great coin to be looking into.
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