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January 02, 2021, 07:01:49 PM
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Hello everyone

I would like to present you a completely new project with a good idea.
First, our idea is a freelance exchange.
Secondly, our idea is a constant price stablecoin.
Third, it is decentralization.
Fourth, this is the ability to launch a masternode without fear of losing your money.
Fifth, it is not only POW but also POS Mining, independent of the masternode.



Why do we need it?

We create a decentralized freelance platform.
We provide freelancers with a Minimum Commission.
We provide an opportunity for anyone to exchange our stablecoin for BTC ETH XRP and vice versa.



How does our freelance platform work?

The user places the task in the selected category and sets his own price (Commission is Minimum).
freelancers apply for a user's task, the user chooses a freelancer with the highest rating.
Payment for the entire operation takes place in Workbit From the wallet built into the site.
The platform acts as a guarantor between the customer and the contractor.
The transactions are protected and the system will not cheat.



Specification:





Link

Block explorer: http://explorer.workbit.org:3001/
Web site: https://workbit.org
Discord: https://discord.gg/BHRrr8QQcr
Telegram: https://t.me/j_ellington
Wallets: https://github.com/workbit-freelance/Workbit/releases/tag/1.0


Our team needs specialists:

Graphic Designer
QT / C ++ Programmer
Pentester


Email for communication: ellington@workbit.org

We are happy to accept offers for accommodation in your pool.
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January 03, 2021, 03:39:50 PM
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It's a very good idea, I like it.
But I have questions about your project.
Why do you need this premine?
I am also wondering if you will have a third-party exchanger?
What will your stablecoin be tied to? For example, the USDT token is pegged to the dollar, and yours?
Will there be a mobile wallet and a web wallet?
Finally, what are your future plans after the roadmap is completed?

Thank you. Wink

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It's a very good idea, I like it.
But I have questions about your project.
Why do you need this premine?
I am also wondering if you will have a third-party exchanger?
What will your stablecoin be tied to? For example, the USDT token is pegged to the dollar, and yours?
Will there be a mobile wallet and a web wallet?
Finally, what are your future plans after the roadmap is completed?

Thank you. Wink

Good day.
10% of the premine goes to the developers, the rest is needed to maintain the stablecoin. We will have a built-in exchanger on the freelance platform, and we will also negotiate with other exchangers. The coin will not be pegged to the dollar or any other currency, but it will have a stable price based on the calculations of the coins issued. See roadmap for details. An Android wallet is already in development, and a web wallet is also planned. The roadmap will be constantly updated, we will clearly fulfill the tasks set at 100%.
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Hello, workbit team! Why we need to buy your stablecoin ?
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Hello, workbit team! Why we need to buy your stablecoin ?
Hey, Peter! I think it could be useful for masternode. You will need to have 500k this coins, for launch masternode.
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Hello, workbit team! Why we need to buy your stablecoin ?
Hey, Peter! I think it could be useful for masternode. You will need to have 500k this coins, for launch masternode.
Thanks! I give it. But maybe it have some other usage ? Because which sense to buy coin only for masternode ?
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Hello, workbit team! Why we need to buy your stablecoin ?
Hey, Peter! I think it could be useful for masternode. You will need to have 500k this coins, for launch masternode.
Thanks! I give it. But maybe it have some other usage ? Because which sense to buy coin only for masternode ?
I think this coin will be also used for paying for freelancer's job. Then, they can exchange it to BTC, ETH.
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Hello, workbit team! Why we need to buy your stablecoin ?
Hey, Peter! I think it could be useful for masternode. You will need to have 500k this coins, for launch masternode.
Thanks! I give it. But maybe it have some other usage ? Because which sense to buy coin only for masternode ?
I think this coin will be also used for paying for freelancer's job. Then, they can exchange it to BTC, ETH.
What will be the commission percentage for using the platform?
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Hello, workbit team! Why we need to buy your stablecoin ?
Hey, Peter! I think it could be useful for masternode. You will need to have 500k this coins, for launch masternode.
Thanks! I give it. But maybe it have some other usage ? Because which sense to buy coin only for masternode ?
I think this coin will be also used for paying for freelancer's job. Then, they can exchange it to BTC, ETH.
What will be the commission percentage for using the platform?
commission for using the platform - a flat commission of 5% of the transaction.
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What will be the main function of this project, what can I do there?
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What will be the main function of this project, what can I do there?
You will be able to hire employees and automatically pay them salaries in coins.
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What will be the main function of this project, what can I do there?
You will be able to hire employees and automatically pay them salaries in coins.
Their stablecoins? Will there be no other coins?
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What will be the main function of this project, what can I do there?
You will be able to hire employees and automatically pay them salaries in coins.
Their stablecoins? Will there be no other coins?
I think yes, only in their coin. It was not for nothing that they created it and made the price constant.
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Hello, workbit team! Why we need to buy your stablecoin ?
Hey, Peter! I think it could be useful for masternode. You will need to have 500k this coins, for launch masternode.
Thanks! I give it. But maybe it have some other usage ? Because which sense to buy coin only for masternode ?
I think this coin will be also used for paying for freelancer's job. Then, they can exchange it to BTC, ETH.
what is the point of creating another coin and increasing hassle on freelancers then? why don't you allow employers to pay freelancers in Bitcoin instead? so if I have Bitcoin and I want to hire a freelancer. I first must buy this coin and then pay the freelancer in this coin and then the freelancer again change them into BTC? what is the point then?
Its like putting a huge extra load of work on both employer and freelancers.

BTW. have you got any companies and employers hiring freelancers there? have any freelancing projects done yet?

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What will be the main function of this project, what can I do there?
You will be able to hire employees and automatically pay them salaries in coins.
Their stablecoins? Will there be no other coins?
I think yes, only in their coin. It was not for nothing that they created it and made the price constant.
Why only their coin? It would also be convenient to pay with BTC ETH XRP.
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What will be the main function of this project, what can I do there?
You will be able to hire employees and automatically pay them salaries in coins.
Their stablecoins? Will there be no other coins?
I think yes, only in their coin. It was not for nothing that they created it and made the price constant.
Why only their coin? It would also be convenient to pay with BTC ETH XRP.
It wasn't me who came up with it. But it is convenient that an exchanger will work on the site.
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What will be the main function of this project, what can I do there?
You will be able to hire employees and automatically pay them salaries in coins.
Their stablecoins? Will there be no other coins?
I think yes, only in their coin. It was not for nothing that they created it and made the price constant.
Why only their coin? It would also be convenient to pay with BTC ETH XRP.
It wasn't me who came up with it. But it is convenient that an exchanger will work on the site.
yes, really very convenient, you don't have to pay a lot of commission. Thanks a lot for the answers.
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What will be the main function of this project, what can I do there?
You will be able to hire employees and automatically pay them salaries in coins.
Their stablecoins? Will there be no other coins?
I think yes, only in their coin. It was not for nothing that they created it and made the price constant.
Why only their coin? It would also be convenient to pay with BTC ETH XRP.
It wasn't me who came up with it. But it is convenient that an exchanger will work on the site.
yes, really very convenient, you don't have to pay a lot of commission. Thanks a lot for the answers.
Yes, for the commission you are right. The project is interesting, ask if anything.
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Hello, workbit team! Why we need to buy your stablecoin ?
Hey, Peter! I think it could be useful for masternode. You will need to have 500k this coins, for launch masternode.
Thanks! I give it. But maybe it have some other usage ? Because which sense to buy coin only for masternode ?
I think this coin will be also used for paying for freelancer's job. Then, they can exchange it to BTC, ETH.
what is the point of creating another coin and increasing hassle on freelancers then? why don't you allow employers to pay freelancers in Bitcoin instead? so if I have Bitcoin and I want to hire a freelancer. I first must buy this coin and then pay the freelancer in this coin and then the freelancer again change them into BTC? what is the point then?
Its like putting a huge extra load of work on both employer and freelancers.

BTW. have you got any companies and employers hiring freelancers there? have any freelancing projects done yet?
I suppose due to the fact that the MTC rate is volatile and changes very quickly. So that there are fewer moments from the courses and a stablecoin is introduced.

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You don't often see freelance projects on the blockchain. I wonder why you are better than your competitors?
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You don't often see freelance projects on the blockchain. I wonder why you are better than your competitors?
You mean upwork, kwork, and others ? I'm also interested, which differences will be ?
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You don't often see freelance projects on the blockchain. I wonder why you are better than your competitors?
You mean upwork, kwork, and others ? I'm also interested, which differences will be ?
Yeah, I meant upwork. To be honest, I have never heard about kwork. As I know, Upwork charge 20% intermediary fee, that's too much
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You don't often see freelance projects on the blockchain. I wonder why you are better than your competitors?
You mean upwork, kwork, and others ? I'm also interested, which differences will be ?
Yeah, I meant upwork. To be honest, I have never heard about kwork. As I know, Upwork charge 20% intermediary fee, that's too much
as I read above, the commission for workbit will be only 5%, which is 4 times less. + Data will be protected by blockchain
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as I read above, the commission for workbit will be only 5%, which is 4 times less. + Data will be protected by blockchain
In terms of commissions, it's more profitable to deal with workbeats, it turns out. Blockchain technology is also gaining ground in the world, and it's good that it has made it to this area.
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as I read above, the commission for workbit will be only 5%, which is 4 times less. + Data will be protected by blockchain
In terms of commissions, it's more profitable to deal with workbeats, it turns out. Blockchain technology is also gaining ground in the world, and it's good that it has made it to this area.
Yes, blockchain is good, no one can fake their portfolio or their reputation as a reliable employer. The biggest problem here is promotion so that both employers and freelancers come to the site.
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Yes, blockchain is good, no one can fake their portfolio or their reputation as a reliable employer. The biggest problem here is promotion so that both employers and freelancers come to the site.
I agree. I wonder how the team will solve this issue, and how it will attract users.
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How much profit can a masternode potentially give in your project?
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How much profit can a masternode potentially give in your project?
I don't know, the team can better answer at this question. How I understand, now are right time to become a masternode, because almost noone mine this coin. And I cannot give you a detailed answer.
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Yes, blockchain is good, no one can fake their portfolio or their reputation as a reliable employer. The biggest problem here is promotion so that both employers and freelancers come to the site.
I agree. I wonder how the team will solve this issue, and how it will attract users.
As far as I know, there will be a 5-level referral program, and for the first level, payments will be 90% of the commission
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Yes, blockchain is good, no one can fake their portfolio or their reputation as a reliable employer. The biggest problem here is promotion so that both employers and freelancers come to the site.
I agree. I wonder how the team will solve this issue, and how it will attract users.
As far as I know, there will be a 5-level referral program, and for the first level, payments will be 90% of the commission
I wonder if I missed this point. Where did you get this information? no one wrote about this in the thread
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Yes, blockchain is good, no one can fake their portfolio or their reputation as a reliable employer. The biggest problem here is promotion so that both employers and freelancers come to the site.
I agree. I wonder how the team will solve this issue, and how it will attract users.
As far as I know, there will be a 5-level referral program, and for the first level, payments will be 90% of the commission
I wonder if I missed this point. Where did you get this information? no one wrote about this in the thread
I read this on the site. True, there is no information about the next levels of the program, but the first level gives a very interesting percentage
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It's a very good idea, I like it.
But I have questions about your project.
Why do you need this premine?
I am also wondering if you will have a third-party exchanger?
What will your stablecoin be tied to? For example, the USDT token is pegged to the dollar, and yours?
Will there be a mobile wallet and a web wallet?
Finally, what are your future plans after the roadmap is completed?

Thank you. Wink

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10% of the premine goes to the developers, the rest is needed to maintain the stablecoin. We will have a built-in exchanger on the freelance platform, and we will also negotiate with other exchangers. The coin will not be pegged to the dollar or any other currency, but it will have a stable price based on the calculations of the coins issued. See roadmap for details. An Android wallet is already in development, and a web wallet is also planned. The roadmap will be constantly updated, we will clearly fulfill the tasks set at 100%.
Interesting. And can you get an approximate calculation formula in order to understand what the coin will be tied to?
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Interesting. And can you get an approximate calculation formula in order to understand what the coin will be tied to?
This will directly depend on the number of coins issued. At the same time, a special exchange will operate on the site to exchange coins for popular cryptocurrencies.
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Interesting. And can you get an approximate calculation formula in order to understand what the coin will be tied to?
This will directly depend on the number of coins issued. At the same time, a special exchange will operate on the site to exchange coins for popular cryptocurrencies.
I understand, but I cannot understand the specific formula by which the calculations will be made. Also, this adds a headache with liquidity - I mean exchanging coins for BTC
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Is an iOS wallet released or is it still in development?
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Is an iOS wallet released or is it still in development?
Most likely it is still in development, because there is no information about the release of this wallet. I'm looking forward to an early exit.
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Is an iOS wallet released or is it still in development?
Most likely it is still in development, because there is no information about the release of this wallet. I'm looking forward to an early exit.
I'm looking forward to it too. I wonder how it will look like and what its functionality is.
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Is an iOS wallet released or is it still in development?
Most likely it is still in development, because there is no information about the release of this wallet. I'm looking forward to an early exit.
I'm looking forward to it too. I wonder how it will look like and what its functionality is.
The site says that the release of the wallet for Android and iOS will be 01/26/2021.
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Is an iOS wallet released or is it still in development?
Most likely it is still in development, because there is no information about the release of this wallet. I'm looking forward to an early exit.
I'm looking forward to it too. I wonder how it will look like and what its functionality is.
The site says that the release of the wallet for Android and iOS will be 01/26/2021.
So it will be soon. Thanks for the info. I wonder how much they invested in these applications.
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what is the point of creating another coin and increasing hassle on freelancers then? why don't you allow employers to pay freelancers in Bitcoin instead? so if I have Bitcoin and I want to hire a freelancer. I first must buy this coin and then pay the freelancer in this coin and then the freelancer again change them into BTC? what is the point then?
Its like putting a huge extra load of work on both employer and freelancers.

BTW. have you got any companies and employers hiring freelancers there? have any freelancing projects done yet?
I think they will introduce companies and freelancers due referral program. The start of a project is always very difficult. I haven't any idea about their marketing plans
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what is the point of creating another coin and increasing hassle on freelancers then? why don't you allow employers to pay freelancers in Bitcoin instead? so if I have Bitcoin and I want to hire a freelancer. I first must buy this coin and then pay the freelancer in this coin and then the freelancer again change them into BTC? what is the point then?
Its like putting a huge extra load of work on both employer and freelancers.

BTW. have you got any companies and employers hiring freelancers there? have any freelancing projects done yet?
I think they will introduce companies and freelancers due referral program. The start of a project is always very difficult. I haven't any idea about their marketing plans
If they believe in their project and its long life, then I think a lot.
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what is the point of creating another coin and increasing hassle on freelancers then? why don't you allow employers to pay freelancers in Bitcoin instead? so if I have Bitcoin and I want to hire a freelancer. I first must buy this coin and then pay the freelancer in this coin and then the freelancer again change them into BTC? what is the point then?
Its like putting a huge extra load of work on both employer and freelancers.

BTW. have you got any companies and employers hiring freelancers there? have any freelancing projects done yet?
I think they will introduce companies and freelancers due referral program. The start of a project is always very difficult. I haven't any idea about their marketing plans
If they believe in their project and its long life, then I think a lot.
It is not always so. Many projects start work in test mode and then they already look at people's interest and fix errors.
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The project is interesting. I have never heard of such projects. I wonder if there are analogues?
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The project is interesting. I have never heard of such projects. I wonder if there are analogues?
Of course there are analogues. But they have a slightly different principle of work.
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I really like the referral system here. I have never seen such a niche.
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I really like the referral system here. I have never seen such a niche.
They are great. A referral system like theirs will bring a lot of users.
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I really like the referral system here. I have never seen such a niche.
They are great. A referral system like theirs will bring a lot of users.
I'm wondering how quickly they will turn out to be a plus. After all, 90% of the commission is a lot to give.
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I really like the referral system here. I have never seen such a niche.
They are great. A referral system like theirs will bring a lot of users.
I'm wondering how quickly they will turn out to be a plus. After all, 90% of the commission is a lot to give.
If they have a lot of clients, then quickly. Because there will also be a commission for the exchange.
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I really like the referral system here. I have never seen such a niche.
They are great. A referral system like theirs will bring a lot of users.
I'm wondering how quickly they will turn out to be a plus. After all, 90% of the commission is a lot to give.
If they have a lot of clients, then quickly. Because there will also be a commission for the exchange.
There is also a commission for the exchange. I forgot for her. But you won't be interested in referrals alone.
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I really like the referral system here. I have never seen such a niche.
They are great. A referral system like theirs will bring a lot of users.
I think only referral program it's not enought. They also need marketing activities, and I'm waiting for any info in this space.
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I really like the referral system here. I have never seen such a niche.
They are great. A referral system like theirs will bring a lot of users.
I think only referral program it's not enought. They also need marketing activities, and I'm waiting for any info in this space.
But there will be little marketing activity either. You need advanced functionality and ease of use.
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How will the exchanger work and how quickly will the exchange take place?
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How will the exchanger work and how quickly will the exchange take place?
I only know that the built-in exchanger will allow us to exchange, buy, sell their coins for the popular cryptocurrency. The rest of the information is not yet available anywhere.
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How will the exchanger work and how quickly will the exchange take place?
I only know that the built-in exchanger will allow us to exchange, buy, sell their coins for the popular cryptocurrency. The rest of the information is not yet available anywhere.
The exchange will take place on one platform and I think it will be very fast.
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How will the exchanger work and how quickly will the exchange take place?
I only know that the built-in exchanger will allow us to exchange, buy, sell their coins for the popular cryptocurrency. The rest of the information is not yet available anywhere.
The exchange will take place on one platform and I think it will be very fast.
If the exchange is fast, then it's very cool. This will attract even more users, because there will be no waiting time.
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How will the system protect against unscrupulous customers?
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How will the system protect against unscrupulous customers?
It will be realized due Blockchain technology. It's main difference with competitors
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Is your coin listed on other exchanges? Or are you not planning to list it?
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How much money has already been spent on the development of the project? Usually this information is posted on the site.
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How much money has already been spent on the development of the project? Usually this information is posted on the site.
The team has the right not to post this information or post it after the end of the project development.
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Is this the whole team on the site? For such a project, this is very little. But if that's all, then these people are wonderful, they do so much.
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Is this the whole team on the site? For such a project, this is very little. But if that's all, then these people are wonderful, they do so much.
This may not be all, but only the main part of the team. Due to the pandemic, perhaps the funding is less and the number of the team has been reduced.
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Is this the whole team on the site? For such a project, this is very little. But if that's all, then these people are wonderful, they do so much.
This may not be all, but only the main part of the team. Due to the pandemic, perhaps the funding is less and the number of the team has been reduced.
You're right. Many projects even went bankrupt due to the virus. But this is the kind of project that is designed for such situations in the world.
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Is this the whole team on the site? For such a project, this is very little. But if that's all, then these people are wonderful, they do so much.
This may not be all, but only the main part of the team. Due to the pandemic, perhaps the funding is less and the number of the team has been reduced.
You're right. Many projects even went bankrupt due to the virus. But this is the kind of project that is designed for such situations in the world.
Many employees have become freelancers and do not want to change anything. It's very convenient than sitting in the office all day.
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But there will be little marketing activity either. You need advanced functionality and ease of use.
If they will finish their product ar expected terms, there will be no problems with functionality. But Worbit will need to attract more users to their platform.
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If they will finish their product ar expected terms, there will be no problems with functionality. But Worbit will need to attract more users to their platform.
For attracting more users they also need huge marketing budget. And time, for earn reputation - as safe place for employers and freelancers.
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For attracting more users they also need huge marketing budget. And time, for earn reputation - as safe place for employers and freelancers.
I don't argue. I haven't any idea about their marketing bugdet. But I think if they have already started this project, then there must be some groundwork Huh
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I don't argue. I haven't any idea about their marketing bugdet. But I think if they have already started this project, then there must be some groundwork Huh
Right. However, the value of the budget is also exaggerated, you can use a small budget competently
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Right. However, the value of the budget is also exaggerated, you can use a small budget competently
For this you need to have experienced marketing team. I checked the team on site, and I can't understand, which of them are responsible for marketing direction.
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For this you need to have experienced marketing team. I checked the team on site, and I can't understand, which of them are responsible for marketing direction.
to be honest, I didn't understand either Grin few info about the team on site. Only something about Jacques, and it's all.
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to be honest, I didn't understand either Grin few info about the team on site. Only something about Jacques, and it's all.
Okay, they just launched the site recently. Will add everything over time, and launch social networks, like everyone else
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OK guys, freelance platform. What is the need to complicate your life, and add blockchain technology here, and another separate coin?
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OK guys, freelance platform. What is the need to complicate your life, and add blockchain technology here, and another separate coin?
Blockchain is needed to validate freelancer's experience, and validate employer's reputation. You won't be able to fake experience and reputation.
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Blockchain is needed to validate freelancer's experience, and validate employer's reputation. You won't be able to fake experience and reputation.
This is great, of course, but what should I do if I am a beginner and I have no experience?? it turns out that I don't have to go to workbit to start?
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This is great, of course, but what should I do if I am a beginner and I have no experience?? it turns out that I don't have to go to workbit to start?
This is no longer a question for me Grin. Do the same as on other sites, if you have no experience - write everything you can on your page and knock on employers.
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This is no longer a question for me Grin. Do the same as on other sites, if you have no experience - write everything you can on your page and knock on employers.
In that case, what is the difference between workbit and upwork, specifically for me? It will be hard for me to find a job here and there, but at least there are more options for upwork
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In that case, what is the difference between workbit and upwork, specifically for me? It will be hard for me to find a job here and there, but at least there are more options for upwork
In general, whether you find a job or not depends primarily on you, not on the platform. If it comes to that, there will be much less competition for workbeat at first than for upwork. Knock them, and they will open for you
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In general, whether you find a job or not depends primarily on you, not on the platform. If it comes to that, there will be much less competition for workbeat at first than for upwork. Knock them, and they will open for you
Thanks for advice, I'm doing smth like this at upwork. But mostly, employes ignore me, and I have one more problem - I can send only 10 job requests, and my connections end Cry
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Thanks for advice, I'm doing smth like this at upwork. But mostly, employes ignore me, and I have one more problem - I can send only 10 job requests, and my connections end Cry
Wow, so there will be one for difference between workbit and upwork - no limits for job requests. You can send to everyone, and somewhere you will catch your job Wink
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Wow, so there will be one for difference between workbit and upwork - no limits for job requests. You can send to everyone, and somewhere you will catch your job Wink
Have you ever did smth like this ? if yes, which results you have ? is it working ?
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Wow, so there will be one for difference between workbit and upwork - no limits for job requests. You can send to everyone, and somewhere you will catch your job Wink
Have you ever did smth like this ? if yes, which results you have ? is it working ?
Yes, I did it on upwork. 1 guy accepted my request, and he should have been send me work offer, but he disappeared Embarrassed
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Everywhere has its pros and cons. Now workbit is trying to fix bugs in upwork work, which will give them a lot of users.
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Everywhere has its pros and cons. Now workbit is trying to fix bugs in upwork work, which will give them a lot of users.
Yes you are right. It's good that there is something to compare with. It helps a lot in choosing for people like me.
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Everywhere has its pros and cons. Now workbit is trying to fix bugs in upwork work, which will give them a lot of users.
Yes you are right. It's good that there is something to compare with. It helps a lot in choosing for people like me.
And it's good that there is competition between projects. So everyone wants to be better than the competitor.
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Except for upwork and future workbit, are there no other similar projects? It would be interesting to see what they offer.
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We are planning to put the pool on soon. follow the news.
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Except for upwork and future workbit, are there no other similar projects? It would be interesting to see what they offer.
Perhaps there is. I have never met or studied this area again.
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We are planning to put the pool on soon. follow the news.
Great news! Thanks, I'll wait. Interestingly, many will be interested and take advantage of it or not.
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We are planning to put the pool on soon. follow the news.
Good. I will try to mine this coin. I need 500k coins for start?
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We are planning to put the pool on soon. follow the news.
Good. I will try to mine this coin. I need 500k coins for start?
Yes. You can check topicstart message - there are info about 500k coins for becoming masternode.
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We are planning to put the pool on soon. follow the news.
Good. I will try to mine this coin. I need 500k coins for start?
Yes. You can check topicstart message - there are info about 500k coins for becoming masternode.
Where can you get these 500K coins now if the coin is not traded anywhere?
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We are planning to put the pool on soon. follow the news.
Good. I will try to mine this coin. I need 500k coins for start?
Yes. You can check topicstart message - there are info about 500k coins for becoming masternode.
Where can you get these 500K coins now if the coin is not traded anywhere?
Maybe the site has a "buy" section? Many people do this and sell first through the project website.
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We are planning to put the pool on soon. follow the news.
Good. I will try to mine this coin. I need 500k coins for start?
Yes. You can check topicstart message - there are info about 500k coins for becoming masternode.
Where can you get these 500K coins now if the coin is not traded anywhere?
Maybe the site has a "buy" section? Many people do this and sell first through the project website.
No, there is no such section. Perhaps this is not possible for us yet. I hope they will give us an answer.
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We are planning to put the pool on soon. follow the news.
Good. I will try to mine this coin. I need 500k coins for start?
Yes. You can check topicstart message - there are info about 500k coins for becoming masternode.
Where can you get these 500K coins now if the coin is not traded anywhere?
Maybe the site has a "buy" section? Many people do this and sell first through the project website.
No, there is no such section. Perhaps this is not possible for us yet. I hope they will give us an answer.
There is news, but how and what to do with it is generally not clear. I hope they will tell us all about it in the near future.
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At this stage, they haven't realized exchange, where you can buy this coins. Also, there are only premine stage - only team members can mine the coin.
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At this stage, they haven't realized exchange, where you can buy this coins. Also, there are only premine stage - only team members can mine the coin.
And then the team members will sell this coin in the market and create volatility?
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At this stage, they haven't realized exchange, where you can buy this coins. Also, there are only premine stage - only team members can mine the coin.
And then the team members will sell this coin in the market and create volatility?
I think it is. But I don't understand the logic of this a little.
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When will we be able to mine? Or will there be just a premine? And why not start selling right away?
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When will we be able to mine? Or will there be just a premine? And why not start selling right away?
Perhaps this has some sense and some kind of benefit. They just wouldn't do it.
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How long will the premine last? I hope it won't be long, I want to buy a coin.
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If I understand correctly, then there is no coin price yet. When will she appear?
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If I understand correctly, then there is no coin price yet. When will she appear?
The price of the coin should appear closer to the spring. For this, mining is launched to determine its price.
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Also you write about your plans on the first post, but there is no roadmap information. How to follow project lifecycle then? How to check what is done and not. Overall your idea is good, but it is not new. I've seen freelance forums and webpage that pay freelancer in crypto. If I remember site address, I will drop it here, maybe you might use it as an inspiration or get and improve their ideas.

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Of course, the idea is not new, but they have their own peculiarity that distinguishes them from other similar projects.
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January 06, 2021, 10:44:52 AM
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Of course, the idea is not new, but they have their own peculiarity that distinguishes them from other similar projects.
You're right. There is no point in doing completely identical projects. They need to somehow attract users.
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January 06, 2021, 10:46:39 AM
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Of course, the idea is not new, but they have their own peculiarity that distinguishes them from other similar projects.
You're right. There is no point in doing completely identical projects. They need to somehow attract users.
It's not that hard to attract users. It is more difficult to interest and keep them on the platform.
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January 06, 2021, 10:49:11 AM
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Of course, the idea is not new, but they have their own peculiarity that distinguishes them from other similar projects.
You're right. There is no point in doing completely identical projects. They need to somehow attract users.
It's not that hard to attract users. It is more difficult to interest and keep them on the platform.
It is also difficult to lure users for a long time. There is always something new and interesting.
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January 06, 2021, 11:08:40 AM
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Low interest rates and a referral program are certainly good, but how will the project make money?
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January 06, 2021, 11:11:51 AM
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Low interest rates and a referral program are certainly good, but how will the project make money?
They won't pay everyone referrals. There is always hope for a large number of users.
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January 06, 2021, 11:13:33 AM
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Low interest rates and a referral program are certainly good, but how will the project make money?
They won't pay everyone referrals. There is always hope for a large number of users.
What do you mean: won't pay all referrals? I didn't understand the meaning a little.
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January 06, 2021, 11:15:33 AM
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Low interest rates and a referral program are certainly good, but how will the project make money?
They won't pay everyone referrals. There is always hope for a large number of users.
What do you mean: won't pay all referrals? I didn't understand the meaning a little.
I mean, not all users will refer someone. I said in this sense.
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January 06, 2021, 05:50:26 PM
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Does your project have partners? Or investors?
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January 06, 2021, 06:05:35 PM
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Does your project have partners? Or investors?
Nothing is written for partners anywhere. And for investors too.
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January 06, 2021, 06:08:14 PM
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Why do you need a premine, besides setting the price of the token?
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January 06, 2021, 06:11:55 PM
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Why do you need a premine, besides setting the price of the token?
Most cryptocurrency exchanges are corrupt, they don't care if the project is legal, ready or a scam, they don't go into the technical aspects of the new coin. In order to include a coin in the listing at an early stage of development, the exchange requires payment. It is on commissions, fees and the encouragement of the developers themselves that coins leave the premine.
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January 06, 2021, 06:14:34 PM
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Why do you need a premine, besides setting the price of the token?
Most cryptocurrency exchanges are corrupt, they don't care if the project is legal, ready or a scam, they don't go into the technical aspects of the new coin. In order to include a coin in the listing at an early stage of development, the exchange requires payment. It is on commissions, fees and the encouragement of the developers themselves that coins leave the premine.
Aside from the exchange listing fees, premine coins benefit both the developers and the project in many ways.

Some developers consider premine a coin to be a bonus for developing a project. Some use them to fund a project.
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January 06, 2021, 06:17:41 PM
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Why do you need a premine, besides setting the price of the token?
Most cryptocurrency exchanges are corrupt, they don't care if the project is legal, ready or a scam, they don't go into the technical aspects of the new coin. In order to include a coin in the listing at an early stage of development, the exchange requires payment. It is on commissions, fees and the encouragement of the developers themselves that coins leave the premine.
Aside from the exchange listing fees, premine coins benefit both the developers and the project in many ways.

Some developers consider premine a coin to be a bonus for developing a project. Some use them to fund a project.
Where do the developers dispose of those coins that they received during the premine? Do they sell them?
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January 06, 2021, 06:22:02 PM
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Why do you need a premine, besides setting the price of the token?
Most cryptocurrency exchanges are corrupt, they don't care if the project is legal, ready or a scam, they don't go into the technical aspects of the new coin. In order to include a coin in the listing at an early stage of development, the exchange requires payment. It is on commissions, fees and the encouragement of the developers themselves that coins leave the premine.
Aside from the exchange listing fees, premine coins benefit both the developers and the project in many ways.

Some developers consider premine a coin to be a bonus for developing a project. Some use them to fund a project.
Where do the developers dispose of those coins that they received during the premine? Do they sell them?
The developers do not sell these coins. Instead of supporting the community and maintaining a healthy ecosystem, the core team locks these coins and uses them as needed.
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January 06, 2021, 06:24:15 PM
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Why do you need a premine, besides setting the price of the token?
Most cryptocurrency exchanges are corrupt, they don't care if the project is legal, ready or a scam, they don't go into the technical aspects of the new coin. In order to include a coin in the listing at an early stage of development, the exchange requires payment. It is on commissions, fees and the encouragement of the developers themselves that coins leave the premine.
Aside from the exchange listing fees, premine coins benefit both the developers and the project in many ways.

Some developers consider premine a coin to be a bonus for developing a project. Some use them to fund a project.
Where do the developers dispose of those coins that they received during the premine? Do they sell them?
The developers do not sell these coins. Instead of supporting the community and maintaining a healthy ecosystem, the core team locks these coins and uses them as needed.
For example, they use them to reward the development team, for future developments, promotions, and bounty programs to incentivize users and the community.
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January 06, 2021, 06:31:04 PM
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In addition, all coins can be pre-mined at once if the project model is developed in this way. For example, there are some PoS cryptocurrencies that are 100% pre-mined and released to the general public.
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January 06, 2021, 06:35:12 PM
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In addition, all coins can be pre-mined at once if the project model is developed in this way. For example, there are some PoS cryptocurrencies that are 100% pre-mined and released to the general public.
Then there are ICOs (Initial Coin Offers), where the only way to reward early investors is with native tokens that the development team has previously mined.
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January 06, 2021, 08:44:25 PM
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The coin developer determines the size of the reward in blocks, the total number of coins, how and when should the coins be distributed?
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January 06, 2021, 08:45:34 PM
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The coin developer determines the size of the reward in blocks, the total number of coins, how and when should the coins be distributed?
If you can design a coin, you can set your own rules. You can encode most of the coins in 1 block and mine it all yourself before your blockchain goes live.
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January 06, 2021, 08:47:10 PM
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The coin developer determines the size of the reward in blocks, the total number of coins, how and when should the coins be distributed?
If you can design a coin, you can set your own rules. You can encode most of the coins in 1 block and mine it all yourself before your blockchain goes live.
Premining is also known as private mining or self-mining, which is a way to accumulate large amounts of coins. This process is carried out by developers within the company in a short period of time with a low level of complexity.
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January 06, 2021, 08:48:36 PM
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The coin developer determines the size of the reward in blocks, the total number of coins, how and when should the coins be distributed?
If you can design a coin, you can set your own rules. You can encode most of the coins in 1 block and mine it all yourself before your blockchain goes live.
Premining is also known as private mining or self-mining, which is a way to accumulate large amounts of coins. This process is carried out by developers within the company in a short period of time with a low level of complexity.
That is, they can mine the entire amount of coins in the genesis block and mine it to their wallet, or can they mine a certain amount of coins up to a certain block height?
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January 06, 2021, 08:50:00 PM
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The coin developer determines the size of the reward in blocks, the total number of coins, how and when should the coins be distributed?
If you can design a coin, you can set your own rules. You can encode most of the coins in 1 block and mine it all yourself before your blockchain goes live.
Premining is also known as private mining or self-mining, which is a way to accumulate large amounts of coins. This process is carried out by developers within the company in a short period of time with a low level of complexity.
That is, they can mine the entire amount of coins in the genesis block and mine it to their wallet, or can they mine a certain amount of coins up to a certain block height?
Yes. All rules are set by the developers and all preliminary mining is done before the source code is released to the general public.
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January 07, 2021, 09:21:29 AM
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How many freelance exchanges are there?
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January 07, 2021, 09:26:16 AM
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How many freelance exchanges are there?
If I'm not mistaken, there are more than 25 freelance exchanges. And I think that's quite a lot.
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January 07, 2021, 09:28:54 AM
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How many freelance exchanges are there?
If I'm not mistaken, there are more than 25 freelance exchanges. And I think that's quite a lot.
Yes, indeed a lot. How do they differ from each other?
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January 07, 2021, 09:34:49 AM
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How many freelance exchanges are there?
If I'm not mistaken, there are more than 25 freelance exchanges. And I think that's quite a lot.
Yes, indeed a lot. How do they differ from each other?
To be honest, I didn't go into the differences. But I know Upwork is the largest freelance exchange in the world, derived from the Elance + Odesk merger. Includes advanced collaboration tools.
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January 07, 2021, 09:40:20 AM
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How many freelance exchanges are there?
If I'm not mistaken, there are more than 25 freelance exchanges. And I think that's quite a lot.
Yes, indeed a lot. How do they differ from each other?
To be honest, I didn't go into the differences. But I know Upwork is the largest freelance exchange in the world, derived from the Elance + Odesk merger. Includes advanced collaboration tools.
Thanks for the information. But what is Elance + Odesk?
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January 07, 2021, 09:43:32 AM
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How many freelance exchanges are there?
If I'm not mistaken, there are more than 25 freelance exchanges. And I think that's quite a lot.
Yes, indeed a lot. How do they differ from each other?
To be honest, I didn't go into the differences. But I know Upwork is the largest freelance exchange in the world, derived from the Elance + Odesk merger. Includes advanced collaboration tools.
Thanks for the information. But what is Elance + Odesk?
These are two companies. They merged and created Upwork. And they did it for a reason.
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Are there any top freelance exchanges? Who is in the first five places?
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January 07, 2021, 09:53:36 AM
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Are there any top freelance exchanges? Who is in the first five places?
Of course it does. The first five freelance exchanges are Freelancehunt, Free-Lance, Weblancer, Freelance and
Upwork.
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January 07, 2021, 09:56:02 AM
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Are there any top freelance exchanges? Who is in the first five places?
Of course it does. The first five freelance exchanges are Freelancehunt, Free-Lance, Weblancer, Freelance and
Upwork.
I hope Workbit will be on this list. But it all depends on the efforts of the team.
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Are there any top freelance exchanges? Who is in the first five places?
Of course it does. The first five freelance exchanges are Freelancehunt, Free-Lance, Weblancer, Freelance and
Upwork.
I hope Workbit will be on this list. But it all depends on the efforts of the team.
I hope the premine will help them with this. But they need investors.
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What is stablecoin? What is its function?
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January 07, 2021, 11:54:46 AM
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What is stablecoin? What is its function?
Stablecoins are digital assets designed to mimic the exchange rate of fiat currencies such as the dollar or euro. They allow the user to quickly and easily exchange stable currencies anywhere in the world.
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What is stablecoin? What is its function?
Stablecoins are digital assets designed to mimic the exchange rate of fiat currencies such as the dollar or euro. They allow the user to quickly and easily exchange stable currencies anywhere in the world.
As a medium of exchange, cryptocurrencies are technologically more convenient. However, fluctuations in their value ultimately made them an extremely risky investment opportunity as well as an inconvenient means of making payments. By the time the transaction is completed, the value of the sent coins may differ significantly from the original.
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What is stablecoin? What is its function?
Stablecoins are digital assets designed to mimic the exchange rate of fiat currencies such as the dollar or euro. They allow the user to quickly and easily exchange stable currencies anywhere in the world.
As a medium of exchange, cryptocurrencies are technologically more convenient. However, fluctuations in their value ultimately made them an extremely risky investment opportunity as well as an inconvenient means of making payments. By the time the transaction is completed, the value of the sent coins may differ significantly from the original.
In turn, stablecoin does not have such a problem. This type of asset tracks insignificant price movements and changes in the value of the underlying asset or the fiat currency that they emulate. As such, stablecoins act as a safe haven asset amid volatile markets.
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January 07, 2021, 12:01:33 PM
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What is stablecoin? What is its function?
Stablecoins are digital assets designed to mimic the exchange rate of fiat currencies such as the dollar or euro. They allow the user to quickly and easily exchange stable currencies anywhere in the world.
As a medium of exchange, cryptocurrencies are technologically more convenient. However, fluctuations in their value ultimately made them an extremely risky investment opportunity as well as an inconvenient means of making payments. By the time the transaction is completed, the value of the sent coins may differ significantly from the original.
In turn, stablecoin does not have such a problem. This type of asset tracks insignificant price movements and changes in the value of the underlying asset or the fiat currency that they emulate. As such, stablecoins act as a safe haven asset amid volatile markets.
There are several types of stablecoins, each of which has a different peg of its units to fiat currency.
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What are these types and what are their functions?
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January 07, 2021, 12:10:07 PM
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What are these types and what are their functions?
The most popular type of stablecoin is one that is directly pegged to fiat currency at a 1: 1 ratio. We also call this fiat-backed stablecoins. The central issuer (or bank) stores a certain amount in reserve currency and issues a proportional amount of tokens.
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January 07, 2021, 12:11:22 PM
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What are these types and what are their functions?
The most popular type of stablecoin is one that is directly pegged to fiat currency at a 1: 1 ratio. We also call this fiat-backed stablecoins. The central issuer (or bank) stores a certain amount in reserve currency and issues a proportional amount of tokens.
For example, an issuer might have one million dollars and distribute one dollar for each of the million tokens. Thanks to this, users can exchange their cryptocurrencies for tokens at any time, the value of which is equivalent to the US dollar.
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January 07, 2021, 12:13:12 PM
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What are these types and what are their functions?
The most popular type of stablecoin is one that is directly pegged to fiat currency at a 1: 1 ratio. We also call this fiat-backed stablecoins. The central issuer (or bank) stores a certain amount in reserve currency and issues a proportional amount of tokens.
For example, an issuer might have one million dollars and distribute one dollar for each of the million tokens. Thanks to this, users can exchange their cryptocurrencies for tokens at any time, the value of which is equivalent to the US dollar.
In this case, there is a high counterparty risk that cannot be mitigated: in the end, you always have to trust the issuer, while the user himself cannot determine exactly whether the issuer of stablecoins maintains its reserve fund.
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January 07, 2021, 12:15:00 PM
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What are these types and what are their functions?
The most popular type of stablecoin is one that is directly pegged to fiat currency at a 1: 1 ratio. We also call this fiat-backed stablecoins. The central issuer (or bank) stores a certain amount in reserve currency and issues a proportional amount of tokens.
For example, an issuer might have one million dollars and distribute one dollar for each of the million tokens. Thanks to this, users can exchange their cryptocurrencies for tokens at any time, the value of which is equivalent to the US dollar.
In this case, there is a high counterparty risk that cannot be mitigated: in the end, you always have to trust the issuer, while the user himself cannot determine exactly whether the issuer of stablecoins maintains its reserve fund.
At best, such a company can try to be as transparent as possible when it comes to auditing, but the system is still far from such a property as credibility.
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The crypto-backing of stablecoins mirrors their fiat counterparts, with the main difference being that the cryptocurrency is used as collateral. However, due to the fact that cryptocurrency is digital, only smart contracts handle the issue of units.
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The crypto-backing of stablecoins mirrors their fiat counterparts, with the main difference being that the cryptocurrency is used as collateral. However, due to the fact that cryptocurrency is digital, only smart contracts handle the issue of units.
Crypto-backed stablecoins minimize the necessary trust, for this reason it should be noted that their monetary policy is determined by the voters, by analogy with government structural elements.
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The crypto-backing of stablecoins mirrors their fiat counterparts, with the main difference being that the cryptocurrency is used as collateral. However, due to the fact that cryptocurrency is digital, only smart contracts handle the issue of units.
Crypto-backed stablecoins minimize the necessary trust, for this reason it should be noted that their monetary policy is determined by the voters, by analogy with government structural elements.
In this case, you cannot completely trust the issuer, but you believe that all network participants will always act in the interests of users.
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The crypto-backing of stablecoins mirrors their fiat counterparts, with the main difference being that the cryptocurrency is used as collateral. However, due to the fact that cryptocurrency is digital, only smart contracts handle the issue of units.
Crypto-backed stablecoins minimize the necessary trust, for this reason it should be noted that their monetary policy is determined by the voters, by analogy with government structural elements.
In this case, you cannot completely trust the issuer, but you believe that all network participants will always act in the interests of users.
What does it take to get this kind of stablecoin?
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January 07, 2021, 12:26:19 PM
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In order to get this kind of stablecoins, users block a special cryptocurrency in the contract, which then issues a certain number of requested coins.
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In order to get this kind of stablecoins, users block a special cryptocurrency in the contract, which then issues a certain number of requested coins.
In the future, to return the collateral, users send stablecoins to the same contract for reverse currency exchange (taking into account various commissions or interest rates).
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In order to get this kind of stablecoins, users block a special cryptocurrency in the contract, which then issues a certain number of requested coins.
In the future, to return the collateral, users send stablecoins to the same contract for reverse currency exchange (taking into account various commissions or interest rates).
Algorithmic stablecoins are not pegged to fiat or cryptocurrency. Instead, price stability is achieved solely by algorithms and smart contracts that manage the delivery of the token issue.
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In order to get this kind of stablecoins, users block a special cryptocurrency in the contract, which then issues a certain number of requested coins.
In the future, to return the collateral, users send stablecoins to the same contract for reverse currency exchange (taking into account various commissions or interest rates).
Algorithmic stablecoins are not pegged to fiat or cryptocurrency. Instead, price stability is achieved solely by algorithms and smart contracts that manage the delivery of the token issue.
From a functional point of view, their monetary policy has similarities with the management of national currencies represented by central banks.
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January 07, 2021, 06:10:32 PM
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At its core, the algorithmic stablecoin system reduces the supply of tokens if the price falls below the value of the monitored fiat currency. If the price exceeds the required value of the pegged currency, then new tokens come into circulation in order to reduce the cost of the stablecoin.
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January 07, 2021, 06:12:15 PM
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At its core, the algorithmic stablecoin system reduces the supply of tokens if the price falls below the value of the monitored fiat currency. If the price exceeds the required value of the pegged currency, then new tokens come into circulation in order to reduce the cost of the stablecoin.
You may have heard of this category of tokens called unsecured stablecoins.
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At its core, the algorithmic stablecoin system reduces the supply of tokens if the price falls below the value of the monitored fiat currency. If the price exceeds the required value of the pegged currency, then new tokens come into circulation in order to reduce the cost of the stablecoin.
You may have heard of this category of tokens called unsecured stablecoins.
From a technical point of view, this is an incorrect statement, since their value is provided by a certain mechanism, which in its qualities is analogous to the collateral, which is a strong distinguishing element from the previous types.
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January 08, 2021, 08:17:23 AM
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Will I be able to buy coins only after premine?
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January 08, 2021, 08:20:41 AM
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Will I be able to buy coins only after premine?
I think yes. Because they are not sold anywhere now and premine only for team members.
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At the beginning of the era of cryptocurrencies, mining was super profitable. An ordinary processor was enough to mine bitcoin, and as many as 50 coins were given for a solved block. Nowadays, the main cryptocurrency can be mined only with the help of expensive ASIC devices.
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At the beginning of the era of cryptocurrencies, mining was super profitable. An ordinary processor was enough to mine bitcoin, and as many as 50 coins were given for a solved block. Nowadays, the main cryptocurrency can be mined only with the help of expensive ASIC devices.
The threshold of entry has increased, and the niche itself is no longer so attractive. An alternative to this solution is masternodes.
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January 08, 2021, 12:23:12 PM
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At the beginning of the era of cryptocurrencies, mining was super profitable. An ordinary processor was enough to mine bitcoin, and as many as 50 coins were given for a solved block. Nowadays, the main cryptocurrency can be mined only with the help of expensive ASIC devices.
The threshold of entry has increased, and the niche itself is no longer so attractive. An alternative to this solution is masternodes.
The threshold for entry into conventional mining has really increased. Today, over 10 million GPUs are working on mining the most popular GPU coin - Ethereum. It's naive to hope for a big piece of the pie after starting your first farm.
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At the beginning of the era of cryptocurrencies, mining was super profitable. An ordinary processor was enough to mine bitcoin, and as many as 50 coins were given for a solved block. Nowadays, the main cryptocurrency can be mined only with the help of expensive ASIC devices.
The threshold of entry has increased, and the niche itself is no longer so attractive. An alternative to this solution is masternodes.
The threshold for entry into conventional mining has really increased. Today, over 10 million GPUs are working on mining the most popular GPU coin - Ethereum. It's naive to hope for a big piece of the pie after starting your first farm.
You can also make money on cryptocurrencies using masternodes. Unlike mining, they don't have to invest in expensive equipment and worry about a possible fire.
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January 08, 2021, 12:27:29 PM
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At the beginning of the era of cryptocurrencies, mining was super profitable. An ordinary processor was enough to mine bitcoin, and as many as 50 coins were given for a solved block. Nowadays, the main cryptocurrency can be mined only with the help of expensive ASIC devices.
The threshold of entry has increased, and the niche itself is no longer so attractive. An alternative to this solution is masternodes.
The threshold for entry into conventional mining has really increased. Today, over 10 million GPUs are working on mining the most popular GPU coin - Ethereum. It's naive to hope for a big piece of the pie after starting your first farm.
You can also make money on cryptocurrencies using masternodes. Unlike mining, they don't have to invest in expensive equipment and worry about a possible fire.
In addition, compared to mining equipment, they almost do not consume electricity and do not interfere with the sleep of sensitive neighbors.
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January 08, 2021, 12:28:48 PM
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What is a masternode and how can you make money from it?
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What is a masternode and how can you make money from it?
Masternodes are nodes in the cryptocurrency network that are responsible for verifying and approving transactions. Also, the list of responsibilities includes increasing the speed of work and user safety.
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What is a masternode and how can you make money from it?
Masternodes are nodes in the cryptocurrency network that are responsible for verifying and approving transactions. Also, the list of responsibilities includes increasing the speed of work and user safety.
Masternodes are servers or computers with a static IP address. The prerequisites for work include a running wallet, full synchronization with the blockchain and round-the-clock activity.
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What is a masternode and how can you make money from it?
Masternodes are nodes in the cryptocurrency network that are responsible for verifying and approving transactions. Also, the list of responsibilities includes increasing the speed of work and user safety.
Masternodes are servers or computers with a static IP address. The prerequisites for work include a running wallet, full synchronization with the blockchain and round-the-clock activity.
The full functionality of masternodes depends on the type of coin. In the same Dash, anonymous transactions pass through masternodes, and without a queue.
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What is a masternode and how can you make money from it?
Masternodes are nodes in the cryptocurrency network that are responsible for verifying and approving transactions. Also, the list of responsibilities includes increasing the speed of work and user safety.
Masternodes are servers or computers with a static IP address. The prerequisites for work include a running wallet, full synchronization with the blockchain and round-the-clock activity.
The full functionality of masternodes depends on the type of coin. In the same Dash, anonymous transactions pass through masternodes, and without a queue.
In theory, the process resembles mining - a masternode adds a new block to the blockchain and receives a fixed reward. But there are also differences.

Luck doesn't play a role in masternodes. The network rewards the nodes that have not received the payment longer than the others;
 
The need for more modern hardware and the most powerful graphics cards and ASICs is no longer needed. An average computer can handle the launch of a masternode.
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January 08, 2021, 12:42:47 PM
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In addition to these requirements, to start, you need a collateral in the network's cryptocurrency. If you run Dash, you need Dash coins. If PACcoin - $ PAC is needed.
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In addition to these requirements, to start, you need a collateral in the network's cryptocurrency. If you run Dash, you need Dash coins. If PACcoin - $ PAC is needed.
The principle of the masternode is similar to a bank deposit. We leave money and take interest. But there are two significant differences.
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In addition to these requirements, to start, you need a collateral in the network's cryptocurrency. If you run Dash, you need Dash coins. If PACcoin - $ PAC is needed.
The principle of the masternode is similar to a bank deposit. We leave money and take interest. But there are two significant differences.
Interesting. And what differences can there be?
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In addition to these requirements, to start, you need a collateral in the network's cryptocurrency. If you run Dash, you need Dash coins. If PACcoin - $ PAC is needed.
The principle of the masternode is similar to a bank deposit. We leave money and take interest. But there are two significant differences.
Interesting. And what differences can there be?
Cryptocurrency networks are independent of each other. There is no standard return on investment or an accepted value range. For one coin, a masternode will cost $ 100, for another - 10 thousand. GoaCoin is the absolute record holder in terms of launch cost. The collateral here is $ 4.54 million, which brings in $ 90,000;
The fate of the bail depends on the user. You can pick it up at any time - it is not prohibited.
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January 08, 2021, 12:54:38 PM
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What are the disadvantages of masternodes?
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What are the disadvantages of masternodes?
Most reliable cryptocurrency networks require a large amount of collateral. Spreading thousands of dollars is risky, especially in an environment of tremendous volatility. By the way, that is why investors use services for buying shares in masternodes.
Hence the second minus. Monthly income is paid in cryptocurrency, profit cannot be predicted. If the exchange rate falls, both the rate of return on investments and the amount of collateral in terms of fiat money will decrease.
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What are the disadvantages of masternodes?
Most reliable cryptocurrency networks require a large amount of collateral. Spreading thousands of dollars is risky, especially in an environment of tremendous volatility. By the way, that is why investors use services for buying shares in masternodes.
Hence the second minus. Monthly income is paid in cryptocurrency, profit cannot be predicted. If the exchange rate falls, both the rate of return on investments and the amount of collateral in terms of fiat money will decrease.
Despite the shortcomings, masternodes are still in their infancy. So far there are relatively few of them, and the potential has not been fully revealed. As the number of nodes increases, profitability will decline.
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Masternodes are a new way to make money on cryptocurrencies. The scale of the niche is still small compared to classic mining, but the potential is great.
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Masternodes are a new way to make money on cryptocurrencies. The scale of the niche is still small compared to classic mining, but the potential is great.
At the same time, with masternodes, you do not need to spend money on the purchase and configuration of video cards or ASIC devices, as well as rent large areas to accommodate equipment.
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January 08, 2021, 06:11:11 PM
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Masternodes are a new way to make money on cryptocurrencies. The scale of the niche is still small compared to classic mining, but the potential is great.
At the same time, with masternodes, you do not need to spend money on the purchase and configuration of video cards or ASIC devices, as well as rent large areas to accommodate equipment.
The annual profitability of masternodes is currently significantly higher than that of a bank deposit.
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There are over 2,000 cryptocurrencies in existence today. Relatively few of them support masternodes.
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January 08, 2021, 06:18:34 PM
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There are over 2,000 cryptocurrencies in existence today. Relatively few of them support masternodes.
When there were 10 of them, each masternode received 252 coins per day and thus paid off in 2 days. When there were 100 of them, the remuneration fell tenfold, and the payback period was already stretched out for 20 days.
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There are over 2,000 cryptocurrencies in existence today. Relatively few of them support masternodes.
When there were 10 of them, each masternode received 252 coins per day and thus paid off in 2 days. When there were 100 of them, the remuneration fell tenfold, and the payback period was already stretched out for 20 days.
By the way, the network sends money to those masternodes that haven't participated in block signing for the longest time. A so-called uptime queue is formed.
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January 08, 2021, 06:26:00 PM
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How is ROI calculated?
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How is ROI calculated?
The ROI of a masternode is calculated as the quotient of the masternode reward per node and the cost of starting a masternode multiplied by 100.
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January 08, 2021, 06:31:06 PM
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How is ROI calculated?
The ROI of a masternode is calculated as the quotient of the masternode reward per node and the cost of starting a masternode multiplied by 100.
If the ROI is 100 percent, the money invested will bring the same amount for the year. If 200 percent - double the volume. The indicator can be tens of thousands of percent. This usually happens with the so-called shitcoins, little-known unreliable projects.
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January 08, 2021, 06:32:54 PM
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How is ROI calculated?
The ROI of a masternode is calculated as the quotient of the masternode reward per node and the cost of starting a masternode multiplied by 100.
If the ROI is 100 percent, the money invested will bring the same amount for the year. If 200 percent - double the volume. The indicator can be tens of thousands of percent. This usually happens with the so-called shitcoins, little-known unreliable projects.
In theory, the number of masternodes should always grow, and the ROI should fall. In fact, this is not the case. Sooner or later, a decline in return on investment will force some impatient owners to quit the game and close the masternode. In this case, the remuneration for masternode holders will increase. The self-regulation principle is the same as in mining.
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Masternodes can be launched independently, but in this case, you will have to monitor its performance, server and other details around the clock. If a node goes offline, after recovery it will be at the end of the reward queue.
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Masternodes can be launched independently, but in this case, you will have to monitor its performance, server and other details around the clock. If a node goes offline, after recovery it will be at the end of the reward queue.
What to do after purchasing a masternode?
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Masternodes can be launched independently, but in this case, you will have to monitor its performance, server and other details around the clock. If a node goes offline, after recovery it will be at the end of the reward queue.
What to do after purchasing a masternode?
Relax. Ideally, forget about the investment for at least a couple of days and stop checking the courses every five minutes. The service is automatic, the network operates in strict accordance with the code.
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Masternodes can be launched independently, but in this case, you will have to monitor its performance, server and other details around the clock. If a node goes offline, after recovery it will be at the end of the reward queue.
What to do after purchasing a masternode?
Relax. Ideally, forget about the investment for at least a couple of days and stop checking the courses every five minutes. The service is automatic, the network operates in strict accordance with the code.
Even if the masternode goes offline, sooner or later it will receive a reward.
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January 09, 2021, 08:38:40 AM
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The main beauty is that people cannot influence how the blockchain works. Therefore, you do not need to write to the chats of the service or developers - as soon as the network sends a reward, it will immediately go to your wallet.
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January 09, 2021, 09:03:19 AM
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Which masternodes are worth investing in?
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January 09, 2021, 09:05:05 AM
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Which masternodes are worth investing in?
Masternodes of different cryptocurrencies differ in many ways. Each network has its own requirements for the number of coins to launch, its size and frequency of payments, as well as its own return on investment or ROI.
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Which masternodes are worth investing in?
Masternodes of different cryptocurrencies differ in many ways. Each network has its own requirements for the number of coins to launch, its size and frequency of payments, as well as its own return on investment or ROI.
The choice is rather big, but there are those who stand out from the rest. There are at least six such projects.
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Which masternodes are worth investing in?
Masternodes of different cryptocurrencies differ in many ways. Each network has its own requirements for the number of coins to launch, its size and frequency of payments, as well as its own return on investment or ROI.
The choice is rather big, but there are those who stand out from the rest. There are at least six such projects.
Dash is the father of masternodes. The cryptocurrency was the first project with this feature. They have been working for a long time, the profitability is small, the reliability is incredible.
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Which masternodes are worth investing in?
Masternodes of different cryptocurrencies differ in many ways. Each network has its own requirements for the number of coins to launch, its size and frequency of payments, as well as its own return on investment or ROI.
The choice is rather big, but there are those who stand out from the rest. There are at least six such projects.
Dash is the father of masternodes. The cryptocurrency was the first project with this feature. They have been working for a long time, the profitability is small, the reliability is incredible.
But it takes 1000 Dash to run - a huge amount. At the end of 2017, the coin rate exceeded one and a half thousand dollars, which is why the price of the masternode rose to one and a half million dollars.
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January 09, 2021, 02:33:28 PM
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Dash masternodes receive 45 percent block reward, which is the equivalent of almost 7 coins over the course of a month. Every 380 days, the block reward drops by 7 percent.
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January 09, 2021, 02:36:46 PM
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Dash masternodes receive 45 percent block reward, which is the equivalent of almost 7 coins over the course of a month. Every 380 days, the block reward drops by 7 percent.
As a result, we get an analogue of a bank deposit, which will show the projected profit.
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As a result, we get an analogue of a bank deposit, which will show the projected profit.
The risks are minimal, because Dash is a long-liver, and due to its high cost, it is not included in the niche for the sake of games.
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As a result, we get an analogue of a bank deposit, which will show the projected profit.
The risks are minimal, because Dash is a long-liver, and due to its high cost, it is not included in the niche for the sake of games.
Zcoin is also middle-aged - the coin has existed since 2016, based on the Zerocoin privacy protocol.
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Zcoin is also middle-aged - the coin has existed since 2016, based on the Zerocoin privacy protocol.
You need 1000 XZC to start, masternodes on the network - or Znodes - receive 30 percent of the block reward. 56 percent goes to miners, and the remaining 14 goes to developers.
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Zcoin is also middle-aged - the coin has existed since 2016, based on the Zerocoin privacy protocol.
You need 1000 XZC to start, masternodes on the network - or Znodes - receive 30 percent of the block reward. 56 percent goes to miners, and the remaining 14 goes to developers.
Due to its age, Zcoin is traded on a huge number of exchanges, so it won't be difficult to exchange rewards.
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Another important plus is the recent hard fork in December 2018 and the transition to the MTP mining algorithm (Merkle Tree Proofs), which secured the network from the threat of ASIC miners.
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Another important plus is the recent hard fork in December 2018 and the transition to the MTP mining algorithm (Merkle Tree Proofs), which secured the network from the threat of ASIC miners.
Choosing a masternode is a demanding task. Since they are responsible for signing blocks and guaranteeing the decentralization of the network, investing in a masternode actually means investing in the future of the coin.
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Choosing a masternode is a demanding task. Since they are responsible for signing blocks and guaranteeing the decentralization of the network, investing in a masternode actually means investing in the future of the coin.
Accordingly, this should be done solely with faith, and not a three-digit number in place of the ROI indicator.
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January 09, 2021, 02:53:49 PM
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Choosing a masternode is a demanding task. Since they are responsible for signing blocks and guaranteeing the decentralization of the network, investing in a masternode actually means investing in the future of the coin.
Accordingly, this should be done solely with faith, and not a three-digit number in place of the ROI indicator.
By the way, knowledge about the features of the cryptocurrency will also not be superfluous, so read the information and the project roadmap in detail before investing.
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January 09, 2021, 06:27:19 PM
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How are transactions secured?
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How are transactions secured?
Any identification, payment for goods, work with electronic documents, that is, all operations related to data entry, additional protection against unauthorized viewing. A secure transaction allows you to send data in an encrypted form so that only the addressee who has his own key to decrypting the code can read the information.
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How are transactions secured?
Any identification, payment for goods, work with electronic documents, that is, all operations related to data entry, additional protection against unauthorized viewing. A secure transaction allows you to send data in an encrypted form so that only the addressee who has his own key to decrypting the code can read the information.
Transaction processing systems perform a number of functions.
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Transaction processing systems perform a number of functions.
What are these functions? A lot of them?
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Transaction processing systems perform a number of functions.
What are these functions? A lot of them?
No, not much.
Link all successive operations to each other.
Ensure successful completion of operations (record them in the database) or, in case of at least one error, rollback the entire transaction.
They guarantee the cancellation of all pending operations at the time of a software or hardware failure with an incorrect completion (hang) of the transaction.
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No, not much.
Link all successive operations to each other.
Ensure successful completion of operations (record them in the database) or, in case of at least one error, rollback the entire transaction.
They guarantee the cancellation of all pending operations at the time of a software or hardware failure with an incorrect completion (hang) of the transaction.
They also provide high performance of transaction processing (for example, OLTP) with simple queries and a large number of users, and
guarantee the accurate delivery of data sent by telecommunications.
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The SET protocol - secure electronic transactions - is designed specifically for use in the field of e-commerce (electronic commerce) and solves several problems.
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The SET protocol - secure electronic transactions - is designed specifically for use in the field of e-commerce (electronic commerce) and solves several problems.
Yes, these tasks include: identifies the participants in the transaction (client, bank and seller);
protects transmitted data using cryptographic methods using public keys.
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The advantage of using the SET protocol is that it does not leave personal information about the client (bank credit card, etc.) on the seller's server, thereby reducing the risk of fraud.
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The advantage of using the SET protocol is that it does not leave personal information about the client (bank credit card, etc.) on the seller's server, thereby reducing the risk of fraud.
The disadvantage of SET is the need to install special software, as well as some delay in the execution of transactions.
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The most common transactions in 1C are making a posting (entering a document into the system), exchanging data and editing them, as well as generating reports.
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January 10, 2021, 10:30:09 AM
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The most common transactions in 1C are making a posting (entering a document into the system), exchanging data and editing them, as well as generating reports.
In the 1C system, nesting transactions one into another is not supported, which means that only one transaction is always executed - the highest level. For example, if a teller wants to undo changes in one of the open transactions, the system will roll back changes only at the top level.
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January 10, 2021, 11:09:15 AM
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The most common transactions in 1C are making a posting (entering a document into the system), exchanging data and editing them, as well as generating reports.
In the 1C system, nesting transactions one into another is not supported, which means that only one transaction is always executed - the highest level. For example, if a teller wants to undo changes in one of the open transactions, the system will roll back changes only at the top level.
And vice versa - an attempt to commit such changes will be ignored by the system.
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January 10, 2021, 11:10:46 AM
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The most common transactions in 1C are making a posting (entering a document into the system), exchanging data and editing them, as well as generating reports.
In the 1C system, nesting transactions one into another is not supported, which means that only one transaction is always executed - the highest level. For example, if a teller wants to undo changes in one of the open transactions, the system will roll back changes only at the top level.
And vice versa - an attempt to commit such changes will be ignored by the system.
A reasonably organized system of controlled locks, the use of correct options and equipment will help to avoid many errors when working with data in 1C.
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January 10, 2021, 01:41:24 PM
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Bitcoin has set a new all-time high, but many altcoins are still far from their price records.
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January 10, 2021, 01:43:35 PM
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Bitcoin has set a new all-time high, but many altcoins are still far from their price records.
The current dynamics of the cryptocurrency market repeats the end of 2017. Just like then, the price of bitcoin in December set an all-time high.
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January 10, 2021, 01:44:53 PM
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Bitcoin has set a new all-time high, but many altcoins are still far from their price records.
The current dynamics of the cryptocurrency market repeats the end of 2017. Just like then, the price of bitcoin in December set an all-time high.
Three years ago, the BTC rate reached $ 20,000, this time it exceeded $ 42,000.
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January 10, 2021, 01:46:48 PM
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Bitcoin has set a new all-time high, but many altcoins are still far from their price records.
The current dynamics of the cryptocurrency market repeats the end of 2017. Just like then, the price of bitcoin in December set an all-time high.
Three years ago, the BTC rate reached $ 20,000, this time it exceeded $ 42,000.
Following Bitcoin, altcoins began to set price records. In 2017, the XRP token began to rapidly rise in price immediately after BTC reached $ 20 thousand, and within two weeks added over 400% of its value.
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January 10, 2021, 01:48:27 PM
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Following Bitcoin, altcoins began to set price records. In 2017, the XRP token began to rapidly rise in price immediately after BTC reached $ 20 thousand, and within two weeks added over 400% of its value.
At the same time, the TRX token has risen in price by more than 700%.
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January 10, 2021, 01:49:40 PM
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Following Bitcoin, altcoins began to set price records. In 2017, the XRP token began to rapidly rise in price immediately after BTC reached $ 20 thousand, and within two weeks added over 400% of its value.
At the same time, the TRX token has risen in price by more than 700%.
Since the beginning of autumn, many popular altcoins have also shown significant growth.
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January 10, 2021, 01:51:26 PM
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Following Bitcoin, altcoins began to set price records. In 2017, the XRP token began to rapidly rise in price immediately after BTC reached $ 20 thousand, and within two weeks added over 400% of its value.
At the same time, the TRX token has risen in price by more than 700%.
Since the beginning of autumn, many popular altcoins have also shown significant growth.
But unlike bitcoin, they are still far from the highs.
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January 10, 2021, 01:52:35 PM
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Following Bitcoin, altcoins began to set price records. In 2017, the XRP token began to rapidly rise in price immediately after BTC reached $ 20 thousand, and within two weeks added over 400% of its value.
At the same time, the TRX token has risen in price by more than 700%.
Since the beginning of autumn, many popular altcoins have also shown significant growth.
But unlike bitcoin, they are still far from the highs.
Ethereum, in order to update the record, needs to rise in price by another 140%, the XRP token - by 1400%.
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January 10, 2021, 01:54:34 PM
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The head of fintech company Exantech believes that the altcoin season has already begun, but is still in the initial stage.
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January 10, 2021, 01:56:33 PM
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The head of fintech company Exantech believes that the altcoin season has already begun, but is still in the initial stage.
He clarified that the altcoin season could be hampered by a fall in bitcoin if it happens.
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January 10, 2021, 01:58:03 PM
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The head of fintech company Exantech believes that the altcoin season has already begun, but is still in the initial stage.
He clarified that the altcoin season could be hampered by a fall in bitcoin if it happens.
On the crypto market, fluctuations in the BTC rate affect the dynamics of other cryptocurrencies. Therefore, a sharp decline in the price of the main digital coin can provoke an even more fierce sale of altcoins.
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January 10, 2021, 02:16:12 PM
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I saw the team but no position attached to the names. The man that appears to be first on the list of team, that also look like Jacque Elington is a part time member of the team, how is that possible?

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January 10, 2021, 05:01:42 PM
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I saw the team but no position attached to the names. The man that appears to be first on the list of team, that also look like Jacque Elington is a part time member of the team, how is that possible?
I can't understand, what you mean? About Jacque, why he is part time worker?
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January 10, 2021, 05:08:32 PM
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On the crypto market, fluctuations in the BTC rate affect the dynamics of other cryptocurrencies. Therefore, a sharp decline in the price of the main digital coin can provoke an even more fierce sale of altcoins.
Altcoins can also be hampered by regulators. Recently, we saw how the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) lawsuit against the Ripple leadership brought XRP down. Similar actions in relation to cryptocurrencies can hit the credibility of the industry.
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January 10, 2021, 05:12:24 PM
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On the crypto market, fluctuations in the BTC rate affect the dynamics of other cryptocurrencies. Therefore, a sharp decline in the price of the main digital coin can provoke an even more fierce sale of altcoins.
Altcoins can also be hampered by regulators. Recently, we saw how the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) lawsuit against the Ripple leadership brought XRP down. Similar actions in relation to cryptocurrencies can hit the credibility of the industry.
Leading analyst at 8848 Invest, I am sure that the altcoin season has already lasted from the beginning of autumn, and has now reached an intermediate stage.
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January 10, 2021, 05:14:31 PM
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On the crypto market, fluctuations in the BTC rate affect the dynamics of other cryptocurrencies. Therefore, a sharp decline in the price of the main digital coin can provoke an even more fierce sale of altcoins.
Altcoins can also be hampered by regulators. Recently, we saw how the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) lawsuit against the Ripple leadership brought XRP down. Similar actions in relation to cryptocurrencies can hit the credibility of the industry.
Leading analyst at 8848 Invest, I am sure that the altcoin season has already lasted from the beginning of autumn, and has now reached an intermediate stage.
At the moment, the most capitalized tokens have formed medium-term price highs and are ready for a price correction
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January 10, 2021, 05:18:42 PM
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At the moment, the most capitalized tokens have formed medium-term price highs and are ready for a price correction
It's too early to talk about the altcoin season. Now bitcoin is in a confident trend, until the price of the coin stabilizes in the range of plus or minus 5% within a month, you should not think about buying other cryptocurrencies
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January 10, 2021, 05:21:23 PM
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Promising tokens and coins also include ADA, XMR and TRX. From the DeFi sector, I would single out UNI and LINK tokens, which can find a second wind, like the entire DeFi sector as a whole.
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January 10, 2021, 05:24:42 PM
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Promising tokens and coins also include ADA, XMR and TRX. From the DeFi sector, I would single out UNI and LINK tokens, which can find a second wind, like the entire DeFi sector as a whole.
Ethereum (ETH) is a promising option due to the upcoming update to the second version of the network, although now its rate is high.
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January 10, 2021, 05:26:08 PM
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Promising tokens and coins also include ADA, XMR and TRX. From the DeFi sector, I would single out UNI and LINK tokens, which can find a second wind, like the entire DeFi sector as a whole.
Ethereum (ETH) is a promising option due to the upcoming update to the second version of the network, although now its rate is high.
It may be worth taking a closer look at the bitcoin forks, which are growing more actively than other altcoins.
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January 10, 2021, 05:30:52 PM
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Promising tokens and coins also include ADA, XMR and TRX. From the DeFi sector, I would single out UNI and LINK tokens, which can find a second wind, like the entire DeFi sector as a whole.
Ethereum (ETH) is a promising option due to the upcoming update to the second version of the network, although now its rate is high.
It may be worth taking a closer look at the bitcoin forks, which are growing more actively than other altcoins.
It makes sense for investors to look closely at anonymous coins such as Monero, DASH, and ZCash. It is likely that DeFi coins will still show their growth potential as the number of tokens blocked in applications increases. Pay attention to Maker, Compound and Aave
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January 10, 2021, 05:33:35 PM
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The first altcoin is NMC (Namecoin). It was introduced to the market in 2011 as a digital currency, but the original idea of ​​the developer was to create decentralized domain names.
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January 10, 2021, 05:34:44 PM
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The first altcoin is NMC (Namecoin). It was introduced to the market in 2011 as a digital currency, but the original idea of ​​the developer was to create decentralized domain names.
Such a structure can be used not only in the field of cryptocurrency mining, but also to create various online resources that are completely independent of the policies of any countries or individual regions.
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January 10, 2021, 05:36:26 PM
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The first altcoin is NMC (Namecoin). It was introduced to the market in 2011 as a digital currency, but the original idea of ​​the developer was to create decentralized domain names.
Such a structure can be used not only in the field of cryptocurrency mining, but also to create various online resources that are completely independent of the policies of any countries or individual regions.
Unlike bitcoin, from which Namecoin was copied, there are some very significant differences. The first is the need to register your own domain name in the .bit zone. Despite the low price (about 1 US cent), you will have to spend time to understand the system and choose a unique name.
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January 10, 2021, 05:38:27 PM
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Unlike bitcoin, from which Namecoin was copied, there are some very significant differences. The first is the need to register your own domain name in the .bit zone. Despite the low price (about 1 US cent), you will have to spend time to understand the system and choose a unique name.
The second point is a small number of DNS servers that support the required domain zone.
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January 10, 2021, 05:39:55 PM
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Unlike bitcoin, from which Namecoin was copied, there are some very significant differences. The first is the need to register your own domain name in the .bit zone. Despite the low price (about 1 US cent), you will have to spend time to understand the system and choose a unique name.
The second point is a small number of DNS servers that support the required domain zone.
All over the world there are only 8 of them, which leads to their constant overload and inaccessibility for a number of users.
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January 10, 2021, 05:41:28 PM
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Unlike bitcoin, from which Namecoin was copied, there are some very significant differences. The first is the need to register your own domain name in the .bit zone. Despite the low price (about 1 US cent), you will have to spend time to understand the system and choose a unique name.
The second point is a small number of DNS servers that support the required domain zone.
All over the world there are only 8 of them, which leads to their constant overload and inaccessibility for a number of users.
Since 2014, there has been an outflow of miners, and the arrival of new ones is practically absent. The main facilities are owned by the same structures that are engaged in building large farms for mining bitcoins.
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January 10, 2021, 05:43:57 PM
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Since 2014, there has been an outflow of miners, and the arrival of new ones is practically absent. The main facilities are owned by the same structures that are engaged in building large farms for mining bitcoins.
Like any national currency, cryptocurrency has a certain value in relation to the US dollar, euro, Russian ruble and other real monetary units.
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