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September 25, 2020, 03:47:27 PM
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The Waves ecosystem's rapid development prompts us to constantly expand to new regions and markets! Did you know that we have several groups in different languages?

Join your local community on Telegram👇

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September 28, 2020, 03:32:43 PM
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Thanks to Waves' smart assets, users can create unique tokens with customized functionalities by attaching scripts to them. Smart assets can be purchased, sold and exchanged as defined by a script on the Waves blockchain.

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September 29, 2020, 12:28:28 PM
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The value of the EdTech market is steadily climbing, picking up trends for digital transformation. Still, this field faces some problems such as students' motivation. How can blockchain-based solutions help?

Read this article by Vladimir Zhuravlev, Waves developers advocate, to find out.
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September 29, 2020, 08:20:41 PM
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DeFo, an open-source extension on the Neutrino protocol, is now launched to bridge popular currencies with the crypto space! Six community-chosen stablecoins + $USDN are now available for swapping & staking, as well us for trading on Waves.Exchange.
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September 30, 2020, 03:41:21 PM
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Gravity unveils a new test framework to enable quick target chain integration into the Gravity network. Explore its operation in this article.
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October 01, 2020, 02:29:15 AM
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thread has become nearly 100% publicity
with almost zero discussion.
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October 01, 2020, 05:24:12 AM
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Seem like every other chain is doing there own version of uniswap so, is WAVES too working on some sort of uniswap for WAVES? DeFo is good but, WAVES need something more to jumpstart the upward movement it had a few months back.
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October 01, 2020, 01:22:31 PM
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Our new card features Waves Explorer, an important tool for traders and developers on the Waves blockchain. This service tracks and displays blockchain data, including transactions, addresses and blocks, in all the Waves networks in an easy-read format.

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October 02, 2020, 03:05:59 PM
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As we continue growing out our community, we're thrilled to launch Telegram groups for new regions across the globe! Today, we invite you to join:

Japanese group
Indonesian group
Latin American group

Have a nice talk!
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October 03, 2020, 07:19:03 PM
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If there was no liquidation risk and capital access up to $25 000 per account on binance, price would trade at $34.

Based on cost per waves on x20, which is 13 cents against average historical value of $2.75 (unleveraged).

However, 5% margin represents huge liquidation risk in combination with elevated medium term systemic risk.

Prediction remainder 2020 is -40% to cover futures gap and adjust to global events.

Then vastly up spring 2021 depending on triggers of which there are a few such as non liquidated binance loans up to $25k per account.

Similar to 2016/17 evolution.
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October 03, 2020, 10:05:51 PM
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thread has become nearly 100% publicity
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Everything is probably more in the telegram now, there news comes out faster, and the forum is probably read out of habit.

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October 04, 2020, 02:39:21 AM
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If there was no liquidation risk and capital access up to $25 000 per account on binance, price would trade at $34.

Based on cost per waves on x20, which is 13 cents against average historical value of $2.75 (unleveraged).

However, 5% margin represents huge liquidation risk in combination with elevated medium term systemic risk.

Prediction remainder 2020 is -40% to cover futures gap and adjust to global events.

Then vastly up spring 2021 depending on triggers of which there are a few such as non liquidated binance loans up to $25k per account.

Similar to 2016/17 evolution.

24h traded volume on binance is about 33BTC. That volume has fallen from (from when I follow binance chart, about month or so) 1500-2000BTC daily Volume.

How do you explain such fast lowered volume on binance?

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October 04, 2020, 11:20:48 AM
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If there was no liquidation risk and capital access up to $25 000 per account on binance, price would trade at $34.

Based on cost per waves on x20, which is 13 cents against average historical value of $2.75 (unleveraged).

However, 5% margin represents huge liquidation risk in combination with elevated medium term systemic risk.

Prediction remainder 2020 is -40% to cover futures gap and adjust to global events.

Then vastly up spring 2021 depending on triggers of which there are a few such as non liquidated binance loans up to $25k per account.

Similar to 2016/17 evolution.

24h traded volume on binance is about 33BTC. That volume has fallen from (from when I follow binance chart, about month or so) 1500-2000BTC daily Volume.

How do you explain such fast lowered volume on binance?



it moved to binance futures because everyone is eager to buy waves, and if they can access $25k per account without getting rekt this is a rocket ship to $34 in short order.

Liquidation is very silly when there is already variable daily funding rate , Binance should go full fractional reserving and let people put in 5% base for  $25k and take the rest as long term interest repayments. It will trigger full scale parabolic bull market.

Set a fixed repayment rate like $100-200/month and it will stabilize market aswell and make crypto less volatile when there is this type of money on the table, atleast for smaller projects like waves. When price goes up, loan is automatically repaid before profit is distributed, make this loan isolated to waves/usdt.

It is also good for token issuers like myself who constantly need access to waves to run crypto side of business.

I had to migrate activity to turtlenetwork because this tech is identical to waves but 1/250th market cap which permits more control for crypto business.

https://www.binance.com/en/futures/WAVESUSDT

My advice is to obtain 100k-1m (hard atm) TN up to $20m cap and as soon as non liquidated loans are launched, immediately get this loan for waves at max rate then it's high probability of lifetime financial retirement by late 2021.

https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/turtlenetwork/
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October 04, 2020, 01:27:01 PM
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What is "DEFO"? I just found that waves made retweet about it:

https://twitter.com/cryptorangutang/status/1311414919322128384

Is this kind of DEFi were made by Waves or not? 15% interest in national currencies is quite big. As mostly banks offer less interest.
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October 04, 2020, 06:04:17 PM
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What is "DEFO"? I just found that waves made retweet about it:

https://twitter.com/cryptorangutang/status/1311414919322128384

Is this kind of DEFi were made by Waves or not? 15% interest in national currencies is quite big. As mostly banks offer less interest.

I am not 100% sure but, from what I have seen in waves exchange desktop app, I think it's something like a decentralized forex trading platform? DeFo: Decentralized Forex? Sorry in advance if my answer is wrong.

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What is "DEFO"? I just found that waves made retweet about it:

https://twitter.com/cryptorangutang/status/1311414919322128384

Is this kind of DEFi were made by Waves or not? 15% interest in national currencies is quite big. As mostly banks offer less interest.

I am not 100% sure but, from what I have seen in waves exchange desktop app, I think it's something like a decentralized forex trading platform? DeFo: Decentralized Forex? Sorry in advance if my answer is wrong.


Cited from your link: "So basically, you get 15% interest from staking e.g. Euro € or Yen ¥"

That 15% interest rate will not finish good for the most of the people. There are many PoS coin examples with high (much higher) interests. Where are they now? How big is their market capitalization?

Simple test: how many high and higher PoS coins or tokens are in Top 100 at coinmarketcap.com ?

Bitcoin inflation is now very small which is good.
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October 05, 2020, 03:17:30 PM
Last edit: October 05, 2020, 03:59:03 PM by Marquise$Museum
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Need credit $24 000 to buy 10k waves.

Repayment $200 monthly.


repaid in full one time installment when waves 7-10 dollars.

We are operating nr.2 token (of 30 000 issued) on waves and need it to expand crypto business.

https://tokenrating.wavesexplorer.com/?filter=top&page=1

https://www.marquisemuseum.com/

https://coincodex.com/crypto/marquise-museum/

Funds will be used to increase market cap of M2 and permit buyside liquidity of Turtlenetwork/waves pairing between 0.0005-0.002 up to 10 million TN representing 10% of max supply.

https://wallet.turtlenetwork.eu/sign-in

https://waves.exchange/trade/TN_WAVES

https://waves.exchange/trade/BS1KFNR8zrXKBEWdUUvpaP6G57Hic3aESkwK7qQKdLpB_WAVES

TurtleNetwork is a waves spin off trading at 1/250 market cap with all feautres of waves except big exchange liquidity. So I am very interested in allocating a bigger position here, already control 1 million (1%).

https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/turtlenetwork/

I am negotiating with Swedish VC firm ALMI for $100-$300k capitalization up to 20 cents per TN where we will exit in $2 000 000 pre tax profit shared 50/50. I had a similar arrangement in march when waves was 70 cents with American firm for $10m they declined due to risk otherwise Marquise $Museum would now have several million in assets.

However, due to regulations in Sweden to get this money, a private loan of $24000 right now with a bet on $10 waves within a few months will yield this required $100k, and eventually $2m or more in profit from TN exit within 24 months.

If you are interested send $24 000 to USDT wallet on waves: 0x2bC7196B226078Da9254C588d7e8A1318BE0DC41

$200/month repaid to sender address and released in full when waves $7-10.

I can buy easily 10k waves on Binance, problem is 20% margin liquidation in case waves short term down. This $24k credit removes liquidation risk.
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October 05, 2020, 09:32:10 PM
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A new episode by Mr.Kristof is out on YouTube! Today, he offers a behind-the-scenes look at our recent partnership with Swingby in a move towards an inter-chain infrastructure. That's totally worth watching!
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I can buy easily 10k waves on Binance, problem is 20% margin liquidation in case waves short term down. This $24k credit removes liquidation risk.


Do you want to say that on Binance we can't buy waves coins and send them to the wallet?

Leverage trading is not good for the most of the people.

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October 06, 2020, 10:47:21 AM
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What is "DEFO"? I just found that waves made retweet about it:

https://twitter.com/cryptorangutang/status/1311414919322128384

Is this kind of DEFi were made by Waves or not? 15% interest in national currencies is quite big. As mostly banks offer less interest.

I am not 100% sure but, from what I have seen in waves exchange desktop app, I think it's something like a decentralized forex trading platform? DeFo: Decentralized Forex? Sorry in advance if my answer is wrong.


Cited from your link: "So basically, you get 15% interest from staking e.g. Euro € or Yen ¥"

That 15% interest rate will not finish good for the most of the people. There are many PoS coin examples with high (much higher) interests. Where are they now? How big is their market capitalization?

Simple test: how many high and higher PoS coins or tokens are in Top 100 at coinmarketcap.com ?

Bitcoin inflation is now very small which is good.


You, some coins offer more than 15% interest. But this is risky. As price volatile and you can be in loss even with interest higher than 15% or even loss everything if this some unknown project and will die in one year. So 15% for fiat currencies is quite high.
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