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>XMR, privacy at the best.
In addition to the privacy aspect. Transactions are cheap and fast and the mining is decentralized and unaffected by any crackdowns.
>But could get problematic since there is no way to regulate/watch it for the countrys.
You might find this interesting.
World Black Market Value: $1,812,102.83 Million ($1.81 Trillion)
Monero's market cap: $714,916,520
Simple, yet these two numbers are widely overlooked. I truly do not trust global institutions or government either. Monero is financial privacy in a complex, integrated global market.
This feature was actually mentionned in the original Binance White Paper:
>You can use BNB to pay for any fees on our platform, including but not limited to:
>● Exchange fees
>● Withdraw fees
>● Listing fees
>● Any other fee
Maybe they dropped it or it's on hold, we'll see!
Here is the PowerPoint: http://www.piedpiper.com/app/themes/pied-piper/dist/images/Gilfoyle_s_Crypto_PowerPoint_-_Digital_Edition.pdf
My favorite excerpt: "There is a 98.745% chance of making 100x profit"
EDIT: Oh man, you should also check out the main page of the website. They even have a ticker:
PPC PiedPiperCoin $0.07 USD Market Cap: $94,500 Volume: $7.14
PPC, of course, is Peercoin: https://peercoin.net/ (too late)
Enjin - Enjin is a software that gives developers the ability to create and manage virtual goods on the Ethereum blockchain.
The idea is that by using blockchain technology to manage in-game items across many different properties, Enjin can help reduce the high fees and fraud that have plagued the transfer of virtual in-game goods and collectables.
Toward that goal, Enjin has released software development kits (SDKs) allowing users to both create digital assets on Ethereum and integrate them into games and apps.
Each minted asset is customizable to fit the desired platform and recorded in a smart contract, giving the items the advantages of cryptocurrency, namely speed, cost and security.
Central to managing the digital assets on its platform is ENJ, Enjin’s cryptocurrency, and each in-game item created on Enjin is assigned a value in ENJ.
Check this out too: https://thenextweb.com/hardfork/2018/09/12/eos-platform-botched-airdrop/
> EOS startup utilizes backdoor to access user wallets, retrieve airdropped tokens
Basically someone used a EOS backdoor to steal funds from other users wallets... and then called it a "feature" 😂
If they actually want to learn: This
if they're looking for more casual explanations on a lot of different topics. Coin Bureau
For those unaware, here is Lightning Network developer, Joseph Poon himself, stating Bitcoin Core has a secret slack channel where they organize PR and trolling campaigns.
This isn't just some conspiracy theory or wild accusation.
Message included in the coinbase of the last 12.5 btc block ever mined:
"NYTimes 09/Apr/2020 with $2.3T injection, feds plan far exceeds 2008 rescue"
Amazing, love the nod to satoshi
EDIT: for everyone wondering: https://blockchair.com/bitcoin/block/629999
This is like the opposite of when I skimmed through The Intelligent Investor (good book, definitely worth a look for a conservative perspective). It really emphasized the difference between speculation and investing. Sometimes it was a little excessive.. like oh you did research, the company's fundamentals are good, solid plan for the future? nope fuck you you're speculating not investing. Crypto "investors" need to be aware that they are 100% speculating and not investing. Speculating isn't necessarily bad as long as you're aware of the difference. A lot of younger people could get seriously burned here in a time where retirement saving is both critical and critical to start young
The last time BTC hit 60% was just before the alt season end of 2017.
Edit: For those asking/dm'ing the app is https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.socrypto.sigma
I used a throwaway Pi image and connected through ProtonVPN. I then asked for the english version of the page and proceeded to click on pre-sale. First of all, the page switched back to spanish as it is the only option. Then it asked for my name, e-mail and verification for which I selected Passport. I entered a made up name, one of my my fake spam addresses and some random numbers for passport. It accepted all of it! No picture of my passport was requested, just a field to type in. It then proceeded to throw up all over itself.
I've seen some sketchy shit in my day and this one stinks to high heaven.
EDIT: Oh. MY. God. It worked on the second try. It says it is sending a verification e-mail. I USED GIBBERISH AS VERIFICATION!! For the love of all that is holy, do not give these people your banking information or any information.
>Whenever you use your computer are you logged in on a reputable VPN service like NordVPN with CyberSec enabled? If NO, stop being cheap and go to and buy a 2 year subscription to protect your internet traffic and make it encrypted.
NO NO NO. Do not use a VPN for security unless you have a really good reason to. It does almost nothing to protect you from hackers in general, while giving control over all your traffic to the VPN provider. A single point of failure like this is a severe danger in itself. VPNs are important if you're traveling a lot and must do sensitive stuff on untrustworthy networks. But even then, you should always be using HTTPS and a trustworthy public DNS service. But this mitigates the need for a VPN in most cases.
This was a good article to read through. Pretty poor form this snuck through parliament. Read what specific powers they have. It is crazy
"What makes this legislation even worse is that there is no judicial oversight. A data disruption or network activity warrant could be issued by a member of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, a judge's warrant is not needed."
and police have power to:
Data disruption warrant: gives the police the ability to "disrupt data" by modifying, copying, adding, or deleting it.
For people out of the loop: Nebulous has expressed funding issues recently. Since Sia isn't an ICO and they've only sold a few SiaFund's (and the renting of storage is as of yet too low for this to result in meaningful revenue for Nebulous) to stay above water last year, they have encountered problems with lack of revenue to fund new developers they're looking to hire.
Sia has come a great long way on the small team it has (the product is usable today and there's >3PB of storage available), but the project is really in need of some more manpower. The usability of the client is not perfect (albeit much better than it was a few months ago), and there's some very important features on the roadmap to add to the core platform; E.g. streaming, file sharing and small file support (40MB is the lowest space a file will require today).
The roadmap can be found here for the interested.
Opensource doesn't mean "take it and pretend it's your own".
It means building on top of other people's work and crediting them when with the original work by referening to it as a source.
Also there are multiple types of opensource licencing. Some don't even alow re-using the code.
Check out creative commons licencing.
Ha-ha! That's the most useful thing I've seen so far for the touchbar. Do you know an app/widget that can show me CryptoCurrencys in the menu bar above?
I'm still looking for something like that!
I have tried the app and it's great you don't have to be afraid, the app is safe! I wrote a contribution to it on stemmit and demonstrated the functions:
If you like the post you should have a look at Steemit there are many good posts!
Nano doesn't do smart contracts and such, so not "built on top of Nano" in the sense that you mean, I think.
It's just money, so anyone and anything can use it. Travala accepts it, for example, and put.io, along with many more.
That was a very unexciting day! But let's see what happened anyway.
I recommend you check out Brave’s official blogpost about this: https://brave.com/development-plans-for-upcoming-release/
Cnet also covered the news: https://www.cnet.com/news/brave-browser-getting-closer-to-chrome-including-its-extensions/?ftag=COS-05-10aaa0b&linkId=49812833
I felt like running a little experiment. In the past I would immediately exchange my Coinbase Earn crypto for BTC. This year I decided to hold whatever I earn. I haven’t made an exit plan, maybe I’ll sell at 4x if any get there. I thought I would share where each of them ended up at the end of the month.
Crypto & Date Earned:
Compound - $9 - January 02
Maker - $6 - January 02
Celo - $6 - January 02
Graph - $3 - January 02
NuCypher - $3 - January 24
Band - $6 - January 24
End of January Value:
Compound - $22.75
Maker - $14.66
Celo - $11.87
Graph - $7.18
NuCypher - $3.73
Band - $2.88
Needless to say I'm quitting my job tomorrow with all this wealth.
If technical analysis (which is what charting is) gave you any actual advantage on stocks, you could wager on margin and with that fraction of an advantage, make near infinite sums of profit. It's like having a slight edge over the house in gambling. Point being, it doesn't work.
Read A Random Walk Down Wall Street if you want to learn more but those who say it does work are just guilty of confirmation bias. When it doesn't 'work' it's blamed on something else but when it does work, woohoo, Technical Analysis helped me win!
Vertcoin has lately been tipped as the people's coin. Meanwhile, the community has been discussing rebrands and other methods to get word out about Vertcoin.
The devs have not been as keen about what is admittedly a more shallow use of their time, and expressed their preference of sticking to the roadmap (lightning network, atomic swaps, iOS Wallet, and re-introducing stealth addresses, all seen here).
This here is the devs publicly saying that the community's voices have been heard. Another reminder of the integrity of the developers and why support has grown so much for what some onlookers see as just another humble something-coin.
Here is one example
It's been widely reported, and very evident from reading their own website and released documents.
Google "Bitconnect scam" to find more proof.
For comparison, Bernie Madoff's decades long ponzi scheme grew to $64.8B, and look at the fallout from that. Bitconnect is already at $1.4B. This could hurt crypto 's potential mainstream adoption for many many years.
My personal theory is that it wasn’t simply early adopters taking profits that tanked BTC, it had a lot more to do with the billions raised in ICOs needing fiat to start building out their teams and implementing their roadmap.
It sucks, but the reality that makes me bullish is all these projects that I know will change the world quietly building out and getting their platforms ready. There are real projects with real use cases for businesses.
Hint: think IPFS + blockchain.
It’s the reason why I only invest in infrastructure projects and not “currencies”. We are building the railroads and highways of the 21st century. Data is the new oil, and we need decentralized highways to transport this data in an efficient cost effective manner
Don’t thank me either, just DYOR and make the best investment you’ve ever made by being apart of something you will never have the chance to ever again.
https://ipfs.io/ - IPFS may or may not be what a decentralized web ultimately springs from, but something very, very similar certainly will. A centralized internet is what we have now. Too much power in the hands of too few nearly always results in censorship, with an small portion of the internet hosted on the entire populations computing devices we can mitigate that to a large degree.
I can only recommend that everyone downloads and gives the app a shot, you'll see quickly that it's amazingly well done.
If you paste your address here I may or may not send you some coins to play around with ��
Your wishes will be answered in not too long with Brave v1.0: https://brave.com/development-plans-for-upcoming-release/
In the meantime, the team will keep improving the pre v1.0 product. But if you can bear with us, that would be wonderful. The engineering team just grew a lot, and they're all working tirelessly everyday on v1.0. It's awesome.
Here is the link to that Twitter thread on Nitter. Nitter is better for privacy and does not nag you for a login. More information can be found here: https://nitter.net/about
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At the same time this is occuring Bitfinex is ending 1:1 conversions of USDT. Now the value of USDT will be allowed to float just like on other exchanges: https://www.bitfinex.com/posts
> Continuing our heritage of providing a neutral, coin-agnostic platform, from today Bitfinex users will be able to trade Tether-fiat directly on our platform through the addition of USDT/USD and EURT/EUR Tether trading pairs. This replaces the previous 1:1 conversion on deposits and withdrawals provided by Bitfinex, and reflects the increasing range of choice in the stablecoin market and demands from our consumers.
Nicolas from ∆ Delta once again! After running a beta period for our desktop extension for Delta, we're glad to announce that 1.0 is ready & released! You can download it for free for Windows, Max & Linux via https://getdelta.io 👈🏼
Compared to our beta, it's now a 'signed' build, it has the Transfers feature as well as the completely new Markets section (under Watchlist). As mentioned, it's catered as a free extension to our mobile application, which is still our core & flagship product. But you can seamlessly sync your data between desktop & phone, without the need of creating an account!
It's also great to see we managed to get quite some upvotes on Product Hunt today. At time of writing we're #2 on Today's featured products. Getting to number 1 is probably going to be difficult, but if you really like what we do, feel free to upvote us via https://www.producthunt.com/posts/delta-for-desktop-2/. Every vote helps! :)
For us, it's back to our next iOS & Android update. It's due for release soon & will feature quite some new things our users will love. In the meanwhile, we'd love to hear your feedback about our desktop extension.
The Delta Team
PS: Fun fact! Delta for Desktop already has our icons update. Via Settings > View Options you can switch to coloured icons. This is coming to our next mobile update as well.
Hi everyone! As you can read in the Tweet, we always promised that we are strong believers in users being the rightful owner of his or her data. As well as the fact that the user should be in full control of her or his data.
We hadn't fully lived up to that promise so far, but now we're actually quite proud we have this functionality. Not hidden behind a paywall, not hidden behind a support ticket. No, free for every user with no strings attached.
Yes, this means that it's easier for users to move to competitors and don't have them 'locked in'. But that's the point. Our goal is to create the best portfolio tracker application in a way that users don't want to leave. And if they do, they should be able to.
As a last remark. You might notice we also have a CSV Import feature. Don't get overly excited yet. While we do offer import via CSV, for now it's only our own Delta CSV format that we accept. Specific exchange CSV's are coming in the coming weeks. But via the current system it's already possible to move data to Delta from exchanges or other platforms if you want to do the effort of making sure it fits the CSV format we expect.
Enjoy & as always, looking forward to your feedback!
PS: The functionality is available on desktop. If you have the app open on desktop, relaunch it to make the feature pop-up under Settings. If you don't have the app yet -> https://getdelta.io
Spanish tax authority is the most scummy tax agency in the world. While our politicians can get away with their corruption money to Panama they just want to squeeze as much as they can the middle and poor classes. Recently they destroyed the life of our best chess player after making him pay 500k in taxes for losing money on poker. Yes for losing: https://www.chess.com/news/view/hunted-by-spanish-tax-authority-vallejo-leaves-european-championship
How these useless guys are gonna make a good regulation on taxing cryptos after this?
This whole ASIC mining business feels like the devs are putting the cart before the horse though. When your actual application needs so much work that even people that really want to use it can't, and flaws in the renter/ hoster agreements are being exposed including a hoster being able to charge extortionate hidden amounts for bandwidth that the renter cannot see until they've already signed the contract and watching coins disappear, people using hacks to report more available space than they actually have, renters still needing local copies of the files for recovery - well, like I said there's a lot of work to be done. Take a look at the public road map:
I think Siacoin is an ok but still risky long term buy. It is very immature at this point. Just download the Sia UI and check it out. Contrary to all the hype, it isn't even close to a Dropbox competitor at the moment and IMO it is currently overvalued due to them getting a spotlight shined on them when they weren't ready (no fault of the devs).
The biggest thing this project has going for it is that it has an actual product, and the devs are active both in development and communication.
The coin is about 1.8c now and I'd guess if the devs work really hard and the project doesn't hit any big bumps, it could be 5-8c by end of year.
It's difficult to guess what impact the ASIC will have on price.
Also, there's a lot of coins and the inflation control doesn't work unless the actual file hosting service is actively being used (they burn coins when people host on the network).
Still, 300 odd percent by end of year is a pretty good return.
I will keenly follow the project's progress to see how it all plays out. The decentralised file hosting concept has huge potential if executed well, I think.
Edit: Reading back this could be construed as FUD, but it really isn't. I would prefer the project to have steady growth rather than hype and pump and dump.
Just look at the message that was in the very first block ever mined by Satoshi.
> The Times 03/Jan/2009 Chancellor on brink of second bailout for banks
That should give you an indication.
There have been allegations that Blockfolio is using user data to front-run markets and profit from trading. This is simply false. Neither Blockfolio nor any partners are using the data in this way, nor do we ever intend to. Additionally, front running markets using user data would not be effective, because users enter trades after they're executed, not before. Blockfolio users are also free to enter fictitious holdings and trades, making this data unreliable. It would make far more sense to use publicly available trading data from every major exchange, which we already make available to all our users on the "Book" tab of every coin. https://blockfolio.com/june_30_privacy_statement.html
He's the guy that went all-in to bitcoin at $3 and nailed this prediction 6 years later for a 1000x return. He wrote this piece in 2013 and I've yet to see a good reason to think he's wrong.
> therefore has zero actual value.
Are you for real? Cryptocurrencies don't derive all their value by how well they act as an alternative to FIAT. There's much, much more that goes into it than that. You can see my steemit blog if you want more, but you don't strike me as the type of person who enjoys learning new things.
But, hey, thanks for your concern. I have a paid off house and I've only ever invested money I'm willing to lose. I have my opinions on bitcoin and cryptocurrency and they have served me well so far. Have a good day.
Satoshi 8:2 prophesied the 51% attack
Btw, you can buy The Book of Satoshi
Praise Satoshi; Praise 8:2
This post will read as shill-y, but I just really like Kraken. Have had issues with crypto deposits, see customer service at the end of this comment.
Kraken is great. Been around since 2011, never hacked, staking options available DOT KSM ETH + more, participate in DOT/KSM parachain auctions, low-margin trading available, derivatives trading for non-US, Europeans have a free fiat on-ramp, low trading/withdrawal fees, great charts with unlimited indicators via TradingView API (looks better than binance's interface imo)
Kraken is also filing to incorporate as a US bank, this is likely how they will introduce their US fiat on-ramp.
The bad: I've had 2 XLM transfers get lost somehow on their way into Kraken exchange and not credited to my account. Yes, I did include the proper memo. Never had issues with another crypto.
The good: Kraken had live support and followed up to recover my funds after a waiting period, full recovery, no issues.
No mate, technical analysis has been debunked for decades.
If TA worked, you could make trillions of dollars with it. Why would you ever tell anyone about it? You can read the charts with TA, predict exactly what will happen, and invest as much as possible. Hell, take out a loan because you'll guaranteed be making that back with your TA, right??
Instead, it's sold in online courses, and books, and trading bots, because that's how it is profitable.
Go and read some classical investment books - namely The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham, and a Random Walk Down Wall Street. Educate yourself, or at least why not try playing devil's advocate to your current views.
Or ignore me, and carry on getting burnt. I don't care either way.
If you read his book, Capitalism and Freedom, you will find he does not fit this hyperbolic satire of capitalists or libertarians. He specifically states that the government is best where the free and private market would otherwise fail to achieve such as city development, defense, etc.
Rest well Friedman.
A very cherry-picked perspective indeed.
The post that inspired this post considered investing money in the top 10 alt coins, and how much that would yield in the long run. You've just shown us that some coins (much like stocks mind you) go lose value or even die. What an incredibly interesting proposition.
Let's take a fair look at december 1, 2013; a terrible entry point indeed. (data: https://coinmarketcap.com/historical/20131201/). Considering a $100 investment in each coin you would have the following quantities:
Now, let's take a look at what our $1000 investment would be worth as of today (granted, balls of steel would be needed to hold through the dips/pumps).
The 'perspective' that the OP of this thread posed is useless because it is cherry-picked. However, OP and I do share conclusions that are somewhat similar. If you had bought the top 10 alt coins (a group in which bitcoin is excluded; an investment in bitcoin would have saved the portfolio), you would only have $621,89 today. The morale: the 'buy-at-any-time and hodl forever' strategy does not mean a garaunteed win in the crypto market. Then again, (1) you would have to be a pretty unlucky individual to jump into the crypto market with $1000 on the date posed by OP, (2) blindly investing without doing due diligence is always a bad idea.
You can check our past intelligence reports and decide for yourself ;)
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Have a great day,
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It's the same as the internet bubble in the 90's.
Bears have to be careful in a bull market. They'll get stampeded. It's not easy to time a downturn. Short investors lost fortunes for years trying to predict the 2008 mortgage bubble pop.
Michael Lewis's book The Big Short describes this in some depth. The book is much more sophisticated than the movie.
/r/bitcoin is a very strange place. Cryptocurrency is suppose to be about changing the world by undermining censorship, centralization, and trust of third parties - yet /r/bitcoin is the biggest offender of all of these things. They don't value these things or even Bitcoin - all they value is ensuring the current bitcoin chain and Bitcoin Core protocol remains the most popular and they take any measures necessary, even though they go against everything cryptocurrencies and bitcoin stands for.
If you're interested in diving more into this, which I suggest and would love to see since your article on FUD and FOMO was so great, I can send you a lot of good links and information to get you started. For a little sample, Joseph Poon, who is one of the main developers for the lightning network has stated Bitcoin Core has a secret slack channel where they organize FUD and trolling campaigns themselves. And u/singularity87 has written an extremely detailed and thorough account of the history of /r/bitcoin with sources included.
Here's the Android Kinit download link. It and the iOS version (download here) are USA only.
Same as always, big short on Bfx and everything else just follows.
If you switch to 1m view you can see that it started ahead of the other major exchanges. Good thing: this time ETH didn't overcompensate that move.
I use brave because it has built in TOR private browsing. It blocks scripts and spammy content and auto blocks mining. It also does not drain my computers resources like chrome with extensions in. PLUS: Many apps like ublock and adblock have deals with people to allow certain ads through. Not cool.
To be honest, it took a while before they delivered. But surfing around their website : https://lisk.io/ shows how dedicated they are.
You can click days before you've seen it all. Academy, products, documentation. It's all there in great detail.
Can't wait to see when they full SDK is released and the first projects emerge.
Hope the app can be useful to others. I made it as I wanted something more simple than those in the markets, just enter a number of coins and see their value. I wasn't too interested in adding prices bought and sold etc.
The app is available via the links below:
iOS LINK (Still missing a couple features compared to Android - I'm working on them!)
Any feedback is welcome!
Hey folks. I recently got into cryptocurrencies and as part of a weekend project, I spent a few weekends building CryptoVue – a real-time dashboard that shows the top ten performing cryptocurrencies based on currency price, market capitalization and overall circulating supply. (Data obtained from https://coinmarketcap.com/.)
Also just built a chrome extension version as well - https://chrome.google.com/webstore/search/cryptovue
I use Binance and I really have no complaints. It has a nice UI and all the coins I really need. You can trade up-to 2BTC per day without any ID verification. Cheaper fees than pretty much all other exchange sites at 0.1%, which you can get even lower to 0.05% if you opt to use their crypto BNB as fee payment. Good luck!
Ref link: https://www.binance.com/?ref=11312255
Non ref link: https://www.binance.com
XMR Monero by far the best.
iOS wallet recommended by community is https://cakewallet.io/
Android wallet recommended by community is https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.m2049r.xmrwallet
Freewallet is a scam. Do not use.
First off, thanks for your effort and research and raising awareness about this "wunderkind". As an app developer myself I am partly affected by dishonest and/or exaggerating marketing headlines like these (there also was a guy who quit his job to work on a crypto app and advertised with that fact). I made a crypto app myself recently (for Windows & Android), without quitting my job or being particularly young, which leads to serious marketing problems :D. I tried posting the apps link in this subreddits Discord server but got immediately banned (and unbanned luckily). Any ideas on how to maketize a crypto app without catchy headlines and spamming it all over are highly appreciated
This is a XRB project tracker I made with a list of all completed and work in progress developments
If Ive missed out on anything let me know!
I own a couple dozen different coins now. I still own some bitcoin, but I also sold a good chunk to pay off my house this year (at less than 1/10th the current price, but I have no regrets). I think the BTC/BCH drama isn't helpful. I think other technologies are gaining marketshare because a POW system of governance is not in alignment with user needs. I'm a Steemit witness because I think DPOS (Delegated Proof of Stake) is a much better form of governance that keeps users, investors, and businesses who want to use the chain for utility purposes all in alignment.
For more thoughts, hit up [my steemit blog](https://steemit.com/ @lukestokes].
>Take Bitfinex 24h trading volume * bitfinex trading fee = $25M
It doesn't though, it'd be between $1.2m and $3.9m depending on the proportion of small/large accounts.
Wow this is incredible! Great work BB/Yekta!
By far, the best Nano wallet available.
Wen Banano/Nano wallet??????
Here's the link for anyone else looking: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=co.banano.natriumwallet&rdid=co.banano.natriumwallet
Even if Skycoin had the best fundamentals (which it doesn't... it doesn't even have the consensus algorithm implemented it's 100% centralized using dev checkpoints, premined and 90% of the supply of the coin is held by the Skycoin team, etc.) nobody should touch this coin because the team is extremely incompetent and toxic. Why should people have faith in a team where the leader is completely oblivious to build "a new internet." The people who scammed Synth were his own team members. This has happened before with Bradford (the last COO). In this article written by TheNextWeb about Skycoin, Synth didn't like the way Bradford answered their questions so he fired him and told everyone else that he was a scammer who hijacked the website and wrote that he was the COO, which I don't buy at all. He emailed the people who wrote TheNextWeb article and said Bradford never worked for Skycoin and was never the COO... which is a complete lie. The same thing is happened even last year, there was a marketing team he fired because they couldn't get shit done. Why is he hiring so many incompetent people? It's almost like he has terrible judgement and lack of awareness. Major pass on Skycoin.
Obvious ones - BTC, Ethereum, LTC
NEM - Doing great work in Asia, mainly Japan and Malaysia. I expect at least a 2x growth by the end of the year as it expands further into the private and public sector with its interoperating private and public chains.
STEEM - A unique social media platform that's expanding further than Steemit.com. Use it for a while, don't just scoff, and you'll understand its potential. Big marketing push with a pop-up park being opened in New York next week. https://steemit.com/steempark/@hitheryon/steem-park-signage-design-sponsor-update
I know right? He should educate himself about other coins before he opens his mouth.
This is a good book he could start on, from an author who's more open minded:
Agrello has already launched its KYC and Digital ID app on Google Play .
According to their roadmap
They will have 3 releases around the end of december,
The most important one is the public platform where legal contracts can be digitally signed. It has huge industry wide applications for all forms of business relationship.
To all the new DOGEcoin people who are saying, "well why can't DOGE be a valid blockchain, it's fast and cheap, and does everything BTC can do."
That's because no one is using it. If people actually tried to start using DOGE for real, the mempool would back up and transaction fees would go through the roof.
Look how much fees have increased just in the past few weeks with light usage.
It's a MEME, a joke! Please don't risk your savings on this coin thinking it will be a serious long term hold.
I think that is still some time away since we are still on the Rinkby testnet on the Ethereum blockchain. I personally believe kraken will list us first
It’s setting up a wallet with Brave. Pretty simple to do. You can just create a YouTube channel and verify it or if you have a website you can follow instructions to verify that.
The owner of the domain or account can receive BAT tips you can either give as a user or make a monthly contribution. That BAT can be withdrawn to an account with uphold.com which is a newish wallet/exchange that’s pretty intuitive to use.
I set one up myself to test and I’ve gotten maybe
$40 worth of BTC in a few months because that’s what I exchanged the BAT for but you can do BCH, LTC, even USD. You get a blue check Brave users can see when they land on your thing and tip if they want. Like a $0.50 upvote.
Not life changing but it’s pretty neat.
Browser is fast and secure too. Blocks ads by default.
The easiest way to really explain it is to go here and sort by price: https://coinranking.com/?sorton=price. See how none of those top coins are coins you have heard of? That is because the price per coin does not matter at all. All that matters is market cap, which is essentially how big the coin is. So when you look at that same list and sort by market cap, you will see all the coins you know. The most common mistake people make is they look at a coin like Ripple and say "OH WOW, IT'S ONLY 72 CENTS! WHAT IF IT WAS THE NEXT BITCOIN? THEN IT WOULD BE $19,000!" But in truth, to be the size of bitcoin, it would actually only rise to because the market cap is only $8.53 because it's market cap is already 1/12th the size of Bitcoin's.
I can envision a company like Western Union acting as a safe, streamlined liaison from one person to another. Instead of having to worry about getting the wallet address right, and sending the correct coin.
Bob says "I want to send $100 worth of btc to Alice"
Alice says "I want to receive $100 worth of ada"
A company could help facilitate that and make it easier for someone uncomfortable with crypto. Kind of a Celo-type scenario.
I used to love Opera until a few things happened within the last year or two.
1, Opera was purchased for $600m by Chinese search and security company Qihoo 360, raising a whole host of complicated security questions.
2, it was revealed quickly a couple years ago that the “VPN” inside Opera Browser is no VPN at all- rather a simple forwarding proxy with no actual encryption.
3, many of the original Opera developers left and started the Vivaldi browser project.
If you really want a light and fast secure browser, use Firefox or Safari and run a real VPN like TunnelBear or Private Internet Access. There are many, but those two are the most user friendly and support all platforms including mobile. PIA even has a one click GUI installer for Debian variants like Ubuntu, Mint, etc.
I used to love Opera, but Opera isn’t Opera anymore.
I'll hijack your comment to give the link to NavPay: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.navcoin.navpay
I suggest you try it out, if you don't have any Nav I can send you some when I get home so you can play around with it a bit :)
$6 Billion Stablecoin USDC Lands On The Stellar Blockchain
> USDC's stellar launch comes after credit card giant Visa V +2.6% revealed in December it would connect its global payments network of 60 million merchants to USDC. Since then the number of USDC tokens in circulation has doubled.
> "We want USDC to be as broadly adopted as possible," Circle chief executive and founder Jeremy Allaire said, speaking over the phone ahead of the launch. "Stellar as a blockchain is designed for payments."
> The stellar network has processed more than 1.5 billion total operations and last year saw a 104% year-on-year growth in total payments on the network. It's thought that by using USDC on the stellar blockchain, transactions will be faster and cheaper than on ethereum—which can have slow transaction speeds and high transaction fees.
Published on Forbes
> At launch, Stellar USDC is immediately available on Stellar's decentralized exchange, accessible to any Stellar account through integrated wallets (Lobstr, Solar, StellarPort, StellarX, and StellarTerm), and tradeable across Stellar's ecosystem of more than 9,000 assets including stablecoins like NGNT, BRLT, ARST, EURT, TZS and ZAR.
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What I don't get is why alts are losing value against BTC. Like, if you look at this chart it shows that Bitcoin is gaining market share and alts are losing it:
I would think that people would be leaving BTC and putting their money in alts due to August 1 jitters, but it seems to be the opposite that's happening.
From a regulatory adoption standpoint, it has built in compliance features that allow issuers to manage their assets, and it's super simple. Essentially, it's just a series of boxes to tick to control the behavior of your asset. Yeah, I get it, control is bad, but it's good for governments and asset issuers and if you don't like it, hold the ever-uncontrollable XLM and contribute to upcoming AMM pools or whatever.
From a user experience standpoint, an institution can sponsor the account minimums and transaction costs and the user can recover their keys in a trustless way if they're ever lost (https://www.stellar.org/blog/sep-30-recoverysigner-user-friendly-key-management?locale=en). If implemented appropriately, the user never knows they're using crypto. Even built in federated addresses allow you to send to Alice*Lobstr.co and that translates to an address instead of a big long hokey public key. With path payments, the user can hold stablecoins and never have to mess with "crypto", because they can hold USDC, send USDC, and then in the background it auto converts USDC->XLM->EURO, and neither the sender nor receiver have to hold any asset but what they sent or received, and the conversion cost the account sponsor 0.00002 XLM.
There's other cool features, but these are the first that come to mind.
I believe each user is SIPC insured up to 500k.
EDIT: Yup! https://robinhood.com/us/en/support/articles/how-youre-protected/
This is only for Stocks though, I dont believe crypto is SIPC insured, which is why people on here should try and inform everyone they can to move their crypto holdings to a better platform, one not in jeopardy of going out of business tomorrow.
The fear and greed index pulls data from a number of sources that analyzes market sentiment beyond just price action.
Investing is emotional for A LOT of people, so understanding and being able to quantify that emotion is invaluable.
For more information check The Fear and Greed Index Page where it goes into more detail about this.
Yes, I sold when it hit binance, at 30 dollars. Why would I care about the price now? It's like 5 dollars lmao. People are clearly not capable of doing their own research because they're still falling for scams everyday. Skycoin is the next bitconnect and I'm going to warn people against it everyday.
Legitimate question. They're building their own decentralized exchange in the future, where BNB will be used as a base asset and gas. See their whitepaper: https://www.binance.com/resources/ico/Binance_WhitePaper_en.pdf
“We are excited to partner with the IOTA Foundation and proud to be associated with its new data marketplace initiative,” said Microsoft blockchain specialist Omkar Naik.
“This next generation [sic] technology will accelerate the connected, intelligent world and go beyond blockchain that will foster innovation real world solutions, applications and pilots for our customers,” he continued.
Thanks for the interesting questions :) Here's the original video for those that are curious.
Ripple continues to collect banking partnerships around the world. While these partnerships increase the awareness of Ripple and the use RippleNet, they do not necessarily correlate to increased XRP adoption. Unless services use xRapid, there is not a direct impact on XRP demand in the broader marketplace.
The strategy announced last year to escrow and release most of the XRP in existence slowly over time is a step in the right direction towards a more transparent monetary policy. However, how, when, and why Ripple the company sells XRP programmatically for certain costs is not immediately clear. Additionally, the volume figure of “US$160.0 billion traded globally,” claimed in the Q1 report, may be highly inflated if the number is cited from fee-free exchanges which are known for wash trading and fake volume.
Technicals suggest bullish reversal with optimal long entries soon based on the above Chart Patterns, Ichimoku Cloud, and Moving Averages. A short term target of ~US$1.80 and a longer term target of ~US$3.88 are possible.
No one uses cards in China, maybe old people. I have been living there and in my 2 years i used WeChat and Alipay to buy crypto, always has been P2P even before the ban.
If you are living there you will find the WeChat groups and people that do P2P very easily.
And yes, VPN usage in China is huge. When i went there i bought ExpressVPN and it worked really bad, was then that a Chinese friend in uni recommended me a Chinese VPN that worked perfectly without interruptions for 2 years. Most of young people use VPN (because of gaming mostly...).
I don't understand how people don't realize the current market cap for cryptocurrency is ~$ market cap for enterprise and CBDC is estimated at $33Trill.
The future is whoever can capture this enterprise CBDC market.
I only see 2 companies setup for few that are capable
2. R3 Corda
5. Bitt = NZIA + Dcash + ECCB
6. Fantom - Jk
Everyone is here for the stop pretending otherwise. Your alegience to one type of blockchain will change as new technologies so will mine. HBAR is my now. It is undisputed superior in every way right now.
yeah "Dark Pools" goes into detail about how outdated wall street has been, basically the entire time it has existed. Technology has been dragging it kicking and screaming into modernity. and when wall streeters finally starts to catch up they corrupt the fuck out of everything to enrich themselves.
Natrium wallet for Nano has a great UI, also helped by the fact that transactions are instant and free, and you dont need any minimum amount to transfer, you can pay around with microtransactions from the faucet
>I hate you and I hope you get addicted too heroin for being such an abusive individual.
>That’s good info to hear thanks
>What happens if I want to sell tho?
A few options you have.
For those who haven't downloaded Meta Mask yet, see the added link.
Press "Add Token" then add: 0x054d64b73d3d8a21af3d764efd76bcaa774f3bb2. This adds PPAY.
I personally recommend this wallet.
Brave browser can be downloaded and used right now. BAT is their currency. They're still building out the advertising side of their model.
They're an interesting project that would have existed without blockchain tech or cryptocurrencies, but synergize very, very well with it. Adblockers are destroying the data-scoop and personal targeting method of advertising, and legal obstacles such as GDPR are also working against it. Brave tries to protect your personal information (I haven't looked into how exactly). BAT is meant to be the financial interface between advertisers, media publishers, and Brave users.
From their website: "BAT is a utility token for a new, blockchain-based digital advertising and services platform. Brave is a privacy-focused, secure web browser that blocks ads by default and provides surfing speeds up 7x faster than its competitors. Brave currently runs an experimental automated and anonymous micro-donation system for publishers called Brave Payments. The BAT platform will absorb the Brave Payments ledger, which will migrate from Bitcoin micropayments to BAT microdonations in the near future. The platform will further extend this work into advertising. Users have the choice of whether or not to opt-in to see ads, which use a separate open source component. When users opt-in to receive ads in the platform, ads will be privately matched to their interests and anonymously confirmed. Publishers are rewarded accordingly with tokens. The user remains anonymous to all parties. Users who opt-in will also get a share of BATs and can use them on premium products, donate them back to publishers, etc."
No, but that's only because you're stopping at the nomenclatures. DAGs like the Tangle or Nano's Block-lattice are fundamentally different from regular blockchains. What do you want to call them? Blockless blockchains? Sounds a bit stupid, don't you think? Thus, everyone just calls them 'DAG'.
NavPay is the light wallet client from NavCoin.
It is currently available on Android, Windows, MacOSX and as a web client pending approval from Apple for the iOS App Store.
It offers the quick and cheap transactions with optional private sends and a great interface that makes it easy to send, receive and manage your coins.
A few weeks ago, I launched a new app called Hodler! Reasons for this side project:
(1) CoinCap was to buggy for me
(2) Blockfolio was too complex. I needed an app where I could just input my holdings.
Android version and more features coming soon ;). Here's the roadmap.
If you are still deciding to invest in BitConnect or not, please do your own research.
Check the market value per exchange:
That being said, like any ponzi scheme, you might make a lot of money with BitConnect if you step in early enough. Just search the internet for BitConnect, notice how bitconnect scam is Google's first suggestion, do some research and make your own decision.
Investing in weird shit like NEO and ARK and expecting it to be around in three years is nutty. At least check back in every six months or so for a redistribution.
Even one year ago is wildly different:
Three years ago:
It's not really mining. It's way less taxing on your hardware.
Here's a test for the fragile loop, which will ensure that the overall load on the endusers machines isn't too high and doesn't drain too much battery on mobile devices with the normal oyster dynasty script.
OP is a sad miserable buttcoiner, who wants BTC to crash to 1K
This guy literally wants crypto to crash and burn, but yall are believing him because he is putting out "unbiased perspectives". Lmao
I use Bitfinex exclusively for Iota. According to Coin Market Cap Bitfinex currently does 98.89% of the trading with Iota.
Besides "dump your Iota" what "Smart move" would you recommend to a US customer in my position who had no decent options to pickup Iota?
In the mean time I scare easy so when Iota started to plummet just now I sold as well. Without a viable exchange for US consumer base, i feel the coin is dead in the water.