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  • Does U.A.E allow bitcoin in their market?

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  • Sell Bitcoins to Paypal

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  • APPLE hails Bitcoin

    APPLE founder STEVE WOZNIAK hails Bitcoin as ‘NEXT MAJOR IT REVOLUTION’  He actually said :'' There is a certain finite amount of bitcoin that can ever exist,Gold gets mined and mined and mined. Maybe there’s a finite amount of gold in the world, but cryptocurrency is even more mathematical and regulated and nobody can change mathematics.” What do you think guys ?

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  • What happens to processing power when 21 mill coins are mined?

    I might be wrong, but as i understand the Bitcoin-miners are a part of the big independent computing-network that provides a lot of benefits with Bitcoins. What happens when - in not a too distant future - all the 21 mill. Bitcoins are mined? The mining "power" will not have any incentive to operate - and what - if any - consequence will this have for Bitcoin ( processing transactions, value, in hand quantities etc. )?

  • Cryptocurrency Hedge Funds Have Outperformed the Average Global Hedge Fund

    Eurekahedge is one of the first companies to offer cryptocurrency-based hedge funds, launching its Crypto-Currency Fund Index in 2013. Despite the cryptocurrency bear market  and the immense volatility within the cryptocurrency markets, Eurekahedge has managed to perform with an average annual return of 123.25%. Eurekahedge has recently stated that “cryptocurrency hedge funds have outperformed the average global hedge fund, traditional FX hedge fund strategies, the MSCI ACWI and the S&P GS Precious Metals Index over all periods.” According to their 2017 report, Cryptocurrency hedge fund made a retrun of 1780.50%, which I think is unprecedented. Source: http://www.eurekahedge.com/Indices/IndexView/Eurekahedge/682/Eurekahedge_Crypto_Currency_Hedge_Fund_Index

  • Cryptocurrency Hedge Funds Have Outperformed the Average Global Hedge Fund

    Eurekahedge is one of the first companies to offer cryptocurrency-based hedge funds, launching its Crypto-Currency Fund Index in 2013. Despite the cryptocurrency bear market  and the immense volatility within the cryptocurrency markets, Eurekahedge has managed to perform with an average annual return of 123.25%. Eurekahedge has recently stated that “cryptocurrency hedge funds have outperformed the average global hedge fund, traditional FX hedge fund strategies, the MSCI ACWI and the S&P GS Precious Metals Index over all periods.” According to their 2017 report, Cryptocurrency hedge fund made a retrun of 1780.50%, which I think is unprecedented. Source: http://www.eurekahedge.com/Indices/IndexView/Eurekahedge/682/Eurekahedge_Crypto_Currency_Hedge_Fund_Index

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  • Jack Ma of Alibaba: "Bitcoin is a bubble, blockchain isn't"

    Jack Ma of Alibaba, speaking at the World Intelligence Congress in Tianjin recently, had this to say about Bitcoin and the blockchain: Quote "The blockchain is now a hot word. First, blockchain is not a bubble, but Bitcoin is a bubble. Bitcoin is just a tiny application of blockchain. At least inside Alibaba, blockchain must be a solution that addresses the privacy and security issues in the digital era.” This follows hot on the heels of Starbucks Chairman Howard Schultz' similar statement, and is one which has been echoed around the business world in the last year or so, which is (and I'm paraphrasing here): Quote Bitcoin is different from blockchain. We [companies] like blockchain, but we don't like Bitcoin. Where do we go from here? Is Bitcoin actually going to die out? Will proprietary blockchains be developed that do not need to utilise the currencies currently existing, or will we see BTC, LTC and ETH becoming assimilated into business' business models and payment systems going forwards? In all honesty this could go myriad ways, but it is looking as though cryptocurrencies will either explode, or blockchain explodes whilst cryptocurrencies dies out. Or maybe the dominant currency hasn't yet been released?

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  • I really hate what they have done to the crypto market

    This is so upsetting! So infuriating. And most annoying of all, there is not a visible target to direct our anger. Because they are hidden. There is no logical reason for the bearish market and red sea we are seeing at the moment. On the contrary, there is every reason for a bullish market with all the developments and announcements going on. But the evil scumbags who are too preoccupied with making the humanity of this world suffer, have come up with a system to choke the life out of the crypto space. They do not have interest in crypto, yet they invest in it in order so other people can not get good fruits from it. By now the idiots should have understood what is going on. The crypto market is what it is because of evil people's action. They figured the cryptocurrency and blockchain technology can not be stopped, but the crypto bullish market which is imperative in it's adoption can be brought to a halt. If you guys use your brains a little bit you can figure out how this is so easily possible. Simply use sophisticated trading bots to look for market caps of bitcoin and altcoins. If there is an increase in the marketcap by investments by the people of this world, than the scumbag whales will make a proportionate dump, and just repeat this process. Ofcourse, TPTB can not dump their coins forever otherwise they will not have influence over the market anymore. So they will need to buy back what they have given up. So initially they started with a huge dump. And they settled their place around $8000 for bitcoin. Now all the bot needs to do is dump when the coins are pumping, and pump when the coins are dumping. One to keep the prices down and prevent bullish market and the other to maintain control over the crypto space. If you look at coinmarketcap, Bitcoin amazingly is seen at %0.00 in 1 hour many times. Ofcourse it is not possible to always maintain this, so you usually end up seeing something like %0.2, %0.75 etc. But considering, it is close to perfect. This is also the reason why, bizarrely we see a sea of reds and then a seas of greens. The whole thing has been setup to prevent a bullish market and to prevent a loss of influence by dumping too much forever. Also preventing a healthy volatility is important to stop investors. It is also the strange reason that Bitcoin price seems like it is affecting all the altcoin prices. Is because if you have ever used a crypto trading bot, you get to choose as many altcoins as you want. And for the scumbag evil TPTB, it is very easy to buy from almost all of the coins. Enough to have an impact. Really crypto is dead in my opinion. TPTB and the bankers have killed it. So it is laughable how people where saying the governments can not stop it. They have stopped it you fools! And the reason it won't be fixed is because the so called noble people of crypto who wanted to change the world, including the so called exchanges really only care about themselves. The crypto market must be self-regulated to allow real investors who want to make money and who want to see the technology grow be allowed a priority stake by exchanges. The exchanges are a contributing factor in this mess. I am pretty sure the moment the likes of Binance allowed API to crypto trading bots, is when it became much more easier to manipulate the market. And you buffoons defending the bots, you are either one of these evil people themselves or you really don't understand the harm that is happening. It is possible to invest without bots, and perhaps this is the method people who are not lazy should return to if we want to save this market. The whales should be identified, which is possible to do with their account and location/IP info and also by the amount in which they dump. This should not be allowed. Such whales API trading bots should be disabled or banned. I know there are many who love whales, but I would call you a fool if you love the whales that are destroying the market. These whales are killer orcas and they must be removed from the space. Now on the other hand if we have some friendly Free Willy whales I am all game for that. A movement to change the tide of the market by the people who started this all must be initiated. Crypto is the child of the revolutionary internet social media groups  and genius programmers. Once again something needs to be born to make it impossible to manipulate our markets. Perhaps somebody needs to open up an exchange which will not allow manipulation. And then people should stop using the likes of Binance until they are bankrupt. Really wish the whole communities from Reddit, Telegram, Discord, Slack, forum etc what have you talked about the importance of what is going on instead of wasting time with technical analysis which doesn't even matter when their is manipulation.

  • bitcoin vs world economy

    Hi everyone I'm pretty new to all of this and thinking about buying some bitcoin. I have some concerns about the world economy influence on bitcoin. For example what if the US decides to put restrictions on bitcoin? will it have a chance to not fall apart completely? do you think Bitcoin is strong enough at this point to be self-sustaining? thanks for the help

  • Bitcoin Gold's spectacular Price Collapse

    https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/bitcoin-gold/ Bitcoin Gold Lost quite Some value since it last time peaked at 450 usd its now around 50 USD what are the reasons for this price collapse? i mean the US dollar is obviously losing value as well. regards

  • I'll take my time and my things please humans

    Humanity has had their chance and they "blew it" (or tried anyway, they just "sucked at it").  Everybody wants a good time but "I just get high every time" and "that's how it is".  I will fuck humans down and treat my children SEW WELL.  Get in my way. "Sea" what happens.

  • I'll take my time and my things please humans

    Humanity has had their chance and they "blew it" (or tried anyway, they just "sucked at it").  Everybody wants a good time but "I just get high every time" and "that's how it is".  I will fuck humans down and treat my children SEW WELL.  Get in my way. "Sea" what happens.

  • Crypto Tribalism Is Holding Back Blockchain

    The evolution of CoinDesk's annual Consensus conference mirrors the changing makeup of the cryptocurrency and blockchain community. The inaugural 2015 event's 500 attendees were dominated by true believers in bitcoin, along with its subversive goal of replacing fiat currency and traditional banking  - though, with Citibank as a sponsor and many bankers present, the conference was also a modest blockchain baptism for the financial establishment. By contrast, last week's fourth installment boasted 7,500 attendees, from 104 different countries and captures a full cross-section of the economy that includes everyone from automobile makers and insurance companies to government agencies and even a fast food chain. Expansion has come at the cost of cohesiveness. This big-tent community is gripped with internal divisions that are both baffling and off-putting to outsiders. Permissionless" cryptocurrency purists accuse established enterprises of co-opting the technology to produce watered down blockchain models that protect their incumbency. For their part, the enterprises critique the early adopters as naïve idealists whose complex solutions are impractical in the real world. Further, within the purist crypto sub-community itself, there are internecine battles among proponents of different visions of bitcoin while fierce competition rages between so-called "altcoins," whether ethereum, XRP, EOS or hundreds more. Accusations of scams and personal attacks against different developers are rife on "crypto Twitter," a social media setting that's now synonymous with derision, bitterness and ad hominem attacks. This conflict is unavoidable. It's even helpful, to the extent that it compels developers to improve their projects' code. But with the Securities and Exchange Commission and other regulators considering a more draconian stance against cryptocurrency and blockchain projects, a more united front among all who believe in this technology's sweeping potential could help ensure a more constructive legal environment for its development How do you think about this news ?

  • Crypto Tribalism Is Holding Back Blockchain

    The evolution of CoinDesk's annual Consensus conference mirrors the changing makeup of the cryptocurrency and blockchain community. The inaugural 2015 event's 500 attendees were dominated by true believers in bitcoin, along with its subversive goal of replacing fiat currency and traditional banking  - though, with Citibank as a sponsor and many bankers present, the conference was also a modest blockchain baptism for the financial establishment. By contrast, last week's fourth installment boasted 7,500 attendees, from 104 different countries and captures a full cross-section of the economy that includes everyone from automobile makers and insurance companies to government agencies and even a fast food chain. Expansion has come at the cost of cohesiveness. This big-tent community is gripped with internal divisions that are both baffling and off-putting to outsiders. Permissionless" cryptocurrency purists accuse established enterprises of co-opting the technology to produce watered down blockchain models that protect their incumbency. For their part, the enterprises critique the early adopters as naïve idealists whose complex solutions are impractical in the real world. Further, within the purist crypto sub-community itself, there are internecine battles among proponents of different visions of bitcoin while fierce competition rages between so-called "altcoins," whether ethereum, XRP, EOS or hundreds more. Accusations of scams and personal attacks against different developers are rife on "crypto Twitter," a social media setting that's now synonymous with derision, bitterness and ad hominem attacks. This conflict is unavoidable. It's even helpful, to the extent that it compels developers to improve their projects' code. But with the Securities and Exchange Commission and other regulators considering a more draconian stance against cryptocurrency and blockchain projects, a more united front among all who believe in this technology's sweeping potential could help ensure a more constructive legal environment for its development How do you think about this news ?

  • Bitcoin Analysis May 22

    BTC pulling back to previous resistance, attempting to flip it to support. Resistances (same levels as yesterday) The $8.7-8.5k zone of resistance continues to hold as a wall above price, this is the first target for price to move over. Above $8.7k creates a lot stronger of a bullish case with little resistance in the way until $9.1k.   Supports (same levels as yesterday) Price held above the $7.9-7.7k which is great to see for the bulls. The support gave price enough gusto to make it above $8.2-8.1k, making this zone our new level of support. Moving Averages Today the 50 MA is below the daily candle, implying a potential zone of support at the price of the moving average ($8.3k.) Ichimoku Cloud The 4H cloud is setting up for a potential bullish kumo twist (tenkan over the kijun). This implies stronger near term price action than the former price action, which if persists, will cause price to continue to rise and head towards the cloud. The next target for the 4H cloud metric is the cloud edge, which lines up with our $8.5-8.7k level. Oscillators A bit of a concern is the hidden bearish divergence currently building on the 1D. A hidden bearish divergence implies continuation a directional move, in this case it would be a down move. The Stoch and StochRSI are both trying to break out of the oversold zone and head upwards after being severely oversold for multiple days Conclusion We are seeing conflicting signals from our indicators with a hidden bear div on the daily and an incoming bullish TK cross on the cloud on the 4H chart. When indicators show signs of indecision it is always beneficial to rely on price action levels. At the moment BTC remains above the important support of $7.9-7.7k giving a case for the bulls and continuation. In the event this support breaks, the bull case diminishes in strength in the short term. Twitter: @BoomerCapital Web: boomerangcapital.org

  • Bitcoin Analysis May 22

    BTC pulling back to previous resistance, attempting to flip it to support. Resistances (same levels as yesterday) The $8.7-8.5k zone of resistance continues to hold as a wall above price, this is the first target for price to move over. Above $8.7k creates a lot stronger of a bullish case with little resistance in the way until $9.1k.   Supports (same levels as yesterday) Price held above the $7.9-7.7k which is great to see for the bulls. The support gave price enough gusto to make it above $8.2-8.1k, making this zone our new level of support. Moving Averages Today the 50 MA is below the daily candle, implying a potential zone of support at the price of the moving average ($8.3k.) Ichimoku Cloud The 4H cloud is setting up for a potential bullish kumo twist (tenkan over the kijun). This implies stronger near term price action than the former price action, which if persists, will cause price to continue to rise and head towards the cloud. The next target for the 4H cloud metric is the cloud edge, which lines up with our $8.5-8.7k level. Oscillators A bit of a concern is the hidden bearish divergence currently building on the 1D. A hidden bearish divergence implies continuation a directional move, in this case it would be a down move. The Stoch and StochRSI are both trying to break out of the oversold zone and head upwards after being severely oversold for multiple days Conclusion We are seeing conflicting signals from our indicators with a hidden bear div on the daily and an incoming bullish TK cross on the cloud on the 4H chart. When indicators show signs of indecision it is always beneficial to rely on price action levels. At the moment BTC remains above the important support of $7.9-7.7k giving a case for the bulls and continuation. In the event this support breaks, the bull case diminishes in strength in the short term. Twitter: @BoomerCapital Web: boomerangcapital.org

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