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February 12, 2014, 09:02:19 PM
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small investments whit low risk and nice profit potential

nice for peeps whit low amounts of btc ( nice to gain profit )

https://www.coinmarket.io/market/RDDBTC 4 satoshi atm

https://www.coinmarket.io/market/KARMBTC 4 satoshi atm

might be worth it to sink some small amount of btc in

and other small coins ( low value coins )

https://www.mintpal.com
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From my experience, there are opportunities. I put a recounting including investments made and returns plus experience with the maturity of a single project and those who run it--used it as a case study of sorts, though highly limited--including exchanges on a recent serious issue, all at Devtome. Important Note: not intended as a way to inflate readership of article on devtome, just better posted there (I figure, i.e. there is a bit of a reward, and it's long-ish) than here, though perhaps it is more readable on my blog.

That aside, if anyone does find it useful, more linking and recommendation of others would be highly appreciated: I have tried to make some actual useful content drawn from experience--not to mention show the inside of BSVM a bit by publicizing some (not-secret) interactions. It should prove useful to people who want to make decisions over at Cryptostocks.

Devtome:
 http://www.devtome.com/doku.php?id=investing_with_cryptocoins_-_an_illustrative_personal_report_on_experience_with_bsvm.

At blog (not monetized):
http://cmpstuff.blogspot.com/2014/02/investing-with-cryptocoins-illustrative.html
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February 13, 2014, 02:38:33 PM
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From my experience, there are opportunities. I put a recounting including investments made and returns plus experience with the maturity of a single project and those who run it--used it as a case study of sorts, though highly limited--including exchanges on a recent serious issue, all at Devtome. Important Note: not intended as a way to inflate readership of article on devtome, just better posted there (I figure, i.e. there is a bit of a reward, and it's long-ish) than here, though perhaps it is more readable on my blog.

That aside, if anyone does find it useful, more linking and recommendation of others would be highly appreciated: I have tried to make some actual useful content drawn from experience--not to mention show the inside of BSVM a bit by publicizing some (not-secret) interactions. It should prove useful to people who want to make decisions over at Cryptostocks.

Devtome:
 http://www.devtome.com/doku.php?id=investing_with_cryptocoins_-_an_illustrative_personal_report_on_experience_with_bsvm.

At blog (not monetized):
http://cmpstuff.blogspot.com/2014/02/investing-with-cryptocoins-illustrative.html

i actualy have  21x  BSVM share,s but those are not for small investors ( small investors need to take more risk to urn money )

getting 1-2 of those share,s wont make them any real profit over time

day traders can go x2 on there investments ( or higher ) in a day ( whit low volume )
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February 13, 2014, 05:52:39 PM
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small investments whit low risk and nice profit potential

nice for peeps whit low amounts of btc ( nice to gain profit )

https://www.coinmarket.io/market/RDDBTC 4 satoshi atm

https://www.coinmarket.io/market/KARMBTC 4 satoshi atm

might be worth it to sink some small amount of btc in

and other small coins ( low value coins )

https://www.mintpal.com

Could you explain for in details what investment we are talking about? Are you the owner of the website?

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March 03, 2014, 11:53:03 PM
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From my experience, there are opportunities. I put a recounting including investments made and returns plus experience with the maturity of a single project and those who run it--used it as a case study of sorts, though highly limited--including exchanges on a recent serious issue, all at Devtome. Important Note: not intended as a way to inflate readership of article on devtome, just better posted there (I figure, i.e. there is a bit of a reward, and it's long-ish) than here, though perhaps it is more readable on my blog.

That aside, if anyone does find it useful, more linking and recommendation of others would be highly appreciated: I have tried to make some actual useful content drawn from experience--not to mention show the inside of BSVM a bit by publicizing some (not-secret) interactions. It should prove useful to people who want to make decisions over at Cryptostocks.

Devtome:
 http://www.devtome.com/doku.php?id=investing_with_cryptocoins_-_an_illustrative_personal_report_on_experience_with_bsvm.

At blog (not monetized):
http://cmpstuff.blogspot.com/2014/02/investing-with-cryptocoins-illustrative.html

i actualy have  21x  BSVM share,s but those are not for small investors ( small investors need to take more risk to urn money )

getting 1-2 of those share,s wont make them any real profit over time

day traders can go x2 on there investments ( or higher ) in a day ( whit low volume )

I tend to like long: buy and hold something that gives a decent return or pays-out. With BSVM it seems the price to earnings comparable to other offerings is low, so it's worth snatching-up for a while as the day traders themselves are artificially pushing the price down. xD

I held Cryptsy a while, it doesn't pay as well and it is far more pricey per share based on promise of a big giant exchange getting even bigger!!! Cryptsy pays every few days about the same that BSVM pays-out every day, and dang it if the lower most-recent dividend by BSVM (because we voted to let them pay early one day to change the interval between dividend payments) didn't make it go far lower for those not paying attention. Sad

Yet, Cryptsy is around .19 while BSVM is around .06 (and that despite Cryptsy's pattern of misbehaviors, e.g. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=436149.0  -- what their past actions seem to indicate is they are willing to expand beyond their capacity for profit rather than slow-down to retain a reputation) : and it is BSVM that matches or beats Cryptsy daily. I would pay .01-.04 for Cryptsy, maybe. Since BSVM is consistently matching dividends, but paying them daily, I think even a small investor can do okay simply for the fact that it is a good return: if they're not trying to be insta-rich they'll receive a tidy sum every few days and be able to re-invest or else re-sell the shares when they want to recover the difference.

BSVM has two "problems":

(1) The bots and people trading and suppressing its price are also making it impossible for them to issue a new round at .1 to do significant upgrades. I keep emailing back-and-forth with the BSVM admins urging them to buy-up the low sales to intervene--in a lawful and perfectly fair manner--that manipulation because they (and some of the rest of us) want .0003... and .0004... dividends rather than just .0002, and the additional upgrades they want to do (they've already done some that kept BSVM competitive in the mining space) are expected to be a significant boost.  

(2) The under-pricing has a cause not in any technical or payout issue, but because an admin went rogue and set the IPO flag to try and force people to buy more stocks at a slightly-higher-than-market-price at .1BTC; which admin has since been "removed" (obviously). Even despite that screwing-up their upgrade plans (the plan had to be significantly scaled-back) they still procured Jupiter, then dealt with power-supply burn-outs on other machines, and kept things running.

Up until the admin incident, it was usually between .09-.1x in price, and it has been .03-.05 or so lower most of the time since, thanks for admin screwing-up!!!! :~D For anyone who doesn't have a squirrel's memory or trigger-finger trade mentality though, BSVM looks like it should easily be .2 or higher, will get back to .1x+ soon enough (I do mean months, not days or weeks) and when it does will receive a significant upgrade of infrastructure to push that daily dividend quite a bit higher.

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Another decent-ish payer on Cryptostocks seems to be APG1, which is going from .008-.009, though right now it is a few days late on dividend: I'm watching that issue.

p.s. I am far from an expert in these things.
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