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February 04, 2019, 03:35:11 PM
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posi: As stated above, the algorithm is explained here: https://hodlornot.tlustoprd.net/algorithm
Again, it's nothing fancy. I have some ideas about a more complex stuff. Maybe a price predictor based on neural networks - but my experience with that one is that it's still rather unreliable. Question is whether anybody would welcome or use that thing, though.
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February 07, 2019, 01:06:22 AM
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quite interesting what is presented by the web. https://hodlornot.tlustoprd.net/
but I try it looks like only coins that are already on the market. but does not include coins running ico or ico that are finished. if you can add there are benefits too. although it should not be a reference but this is obviously very helpful for those who are confused about what to do, but keep in mind that the decision remains on you who will act. at least I appreciate this and thank you for this good information

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February 07, 2019, 01:58:36 AM
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I also have a good laugh when I check the algo in (https://hodlornot.tlustoprd.net/algorithm)

"Warning. This is probably the only serious page on this web."

And then I enter a coin and it says "Hodlhodlhodlhodlhodl", and it's not Bitcoin, I wouldn't tell which coin is it though, sorry guys  Grin

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February 07, 2019, 02:38:01 AM
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The conversation got my interest of trying out the site. Everytime I typed in bitcoin, btc, it says "HODL", "have you considered hodling?" I remember of the same website before that gives a random thought about the coin that you'll ever going to type on that search box. But why for Dogecoin?  Cry

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February 07, 2019, 12:52:25 PM
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lepbagong: I get the input data from CryptoMarketCap. There was a time when I wasn't loading tokens, but I fixed that. Not sure if CMC has data on ongoing/recently finished ICOs though. Could you tell me which one you tried? Good to know, though, since some of the messages might be a bit misleading Smiley

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February 07, 2019, 01:10:19 PM
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The idea you gave is pretty good, I think for the time being we have to hold back a lot, especially in selling coins, everyone knows that the market is down. everyone will get wealth if they save coins in a safe place, because I am still convinced that bitcoin will rise like 2 years ago.
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February 09, 2019, 07:54:13 PM
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itulaj1: I agree. I believe bitcoin will rise too. The ultimate plan is to hoard enough of it until that happens. Smiley
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February 12, 2019, 01:41:48 AM
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Might be funnier if you made it completely random. Seems pretty biased.
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February 12, 2019, 09:53:29 AM
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antonleviathan: Thanks for the feedback. Why do you think it is biased?

Judging from the previous discussion here, I feel that most folks expressed the opinion that making it random wouldn't make them happy. Smiley
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I am the co-founder of doiownashitcoin.com. We have a substantial following and pretty much created this idea first. We have a large following and blog with over 100 pieces. Updates coming soon.

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February 12, 2019, 05:11:44 PM
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antonleviathan: Thanks for the feedback. Why do you think it is biased?

Judging from the previous discussion here, I feel that most folks expressed the opinion that making it random wouldn't make them happy. Smiley
Well, maybe he think that some parts of the quote/answer were repetitive and that's what I have noticed too though I'm having fun switching from a different type of coins. And I couldn't think anymore to add up that since it was designed for fun. Cheesy



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February 12, 2019, 05:13:59 PM
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The concept adds a twist to regular trading advise sites, if there was a large website such as this, it could influence the price of a currency greatly, and automatically any option it chooses would be right.
If it says, definitely don't hodl for a particular coin, it would cause panic sell and drop the price making it a correct advise.
As it is completed based on the TA and tools used by the creator am eager to see how it works.

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This is a nice project just to have fun, but not a wise way to make investment decisions, if we will flip a coin every time we ask ourselves if hold or not, then don't feel bad after realize that you take the wrong decision.

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February 13, 2019, 11:13:36 AM
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posi: As stated above, the algorithm is explained here: https://hodlornot.tlustoprd.net/algorithm
Again, it's nothing fancy. I have some ideas about a more complex stuff. Maybe a price predictor based on neural networks - but my experience with that one is that it's still rather unreliable. Question is whether anybody would welcome or use that thing, though.
You're about the project mentioned by the OP not to be fancy but it will be better if you put your ideas to work rather judging what the result will be when you haven't give it try and what you think will yield a worse result when implemented could the thing which will add more value to the crypto community. However, you said something about the predictor to be based on neural network or do you mean neutral network?
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February 14, 2019, 07:50:09 AM
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Hello,

I was bored and cooked up a simple project called Hodl or Not. https://hodlornot.tlustoprd.net/

It's a simple website that will help you obtain massive crypto wealth and a nice fleet of lambos, telling you when to hodl and when to sell. You just type in your coin of interest and see if it's time to get rid of it or hodl it like there's no tomorrow.

It's nothing fancy and I'm just trying out various things here (mostly whether the hosting plan can withstand potential traffic).


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Interesting! It is adviced to hodl NEM
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CryptyMike: Hello, Mr Co-founder of doiownashitcoin.com. Thanks for dropping by. I believe it was discussed here earlier. Sorry you're not happy. Your project was (before it changed) based on different stuff, though. And I don't plan a blog and research stuff. My thing is purely just computers crunching some data. Besides, I'm positive somebody else had the same general idea before and already tried that way before either your stuff or mine. I mean, create a simple input where you write down your coin and you get an opinion based on something. It's nothing too groundbreaking, is it? I didn't envision the app with creativity or originality in mind. In fact, I created the app for completely different reasons, some of which are stated in the beginning. Smiley

Oceat: Well, yeah, I imagine they can get repetitive. There 3 groups of about 10 messages each and they get picked randomly based on which group the coin falls into.

Kopyleft: Would be fun if the app actually influenced people enough to cause panic, I have to admit. But based on the traffic I'm getting, it's not going to happen anytime soon. Smiley

posi: Definitely neural network, not neutral network. I don't plan being neutral. I mean, I don't plan being anything - I let the intricate algorithm do the hard work. But I don't think I'll create a cryptocoin price predictor based on neural networks, if that's what you mean, because it doesn't seem to be a very reliable idea.
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CryptyMike: Hello, Mr Co-founder of doiownashitcoin.com. Thanks for dropping by. I believe it was discussed here earlier. Sorry you're not happy. Your project was (before it changed) based on different stuff, though. And I don't plan a blog and research stuff. My thing is purely just computers crunching some data. Besides, I'm positive somebody else had the same general idea before and already tried that way before either your stuff or mine. I mean, create a simple input where you write down your coin and you get an opinion based on something. It's nothing too groundbreaking, is it? I didn't envision the app with creativity or originality in mind. In fact, I created the app for completely different reasons, some of which are stated in the beginning. Smiley

Oceat: Well, yeah, I imagine they can get repetitive. There 3 groups of about 10 messages each and they get picked randomly based on which group the coin falls into.

Kopyleft: Would be fun if the app actually influenced people enough to cause panic, I have to admit. But based on the traffic I'm getting, it's not going to happen anytime soon. Smiley

posi: Definitely neural network, not neutral network. I don't plan being neutral. I mean, I don't plan being anything - I let the intricate algorithm do the hard work. But I don't think I'll create a cryptocoin price predictor based on neural networks, if that's what you mean, because it doesn't seem to be a very reliable idea.

I'm not particularly upset lol just doing right by my project since we our following has turned us into a bit more than just a site Smiley

Good luck mate

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random check simple
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CryptyMike: Thanks. To you as well.
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