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  • Sell All Altcoins For Bitcoin?

    I bought altcoins a while back. Example coins such as waves and powerledger.  I also have bitcoin cash from the fork etc.  I bought altcoins back then thinking hey if btc goes up, altcoins will go up more.  Of all the altcoins i ever bought, not one altcoin I have is higher than the current price i bought it at.  Every coin i bought whether it was the huge bull run or before it, such as waves, I'm down money.  Well technically not down as most of these coins, i just hold.  I did sell some though.  The only coin i did buy that is up now is litecoin... but i have none of that now because i sold those a while back.  That's right the one altcoin i sold would be in profit now.  Also if you look at the prices with bitcoin, its like many of the altcoins i hold, they are not even going up compared to bitcoin at all.  They are either same price or dropping.  Does anyone here think its best to sell all your altcoins for btc?  I heard tons of things about waves.  Yet nothing happening to the price except going down. Also when i say altcoins, i know it means every other coin but bitcoin.  But i mean specifically like those altcoins that are not in the top 20.  I mean when you look at ETH, bitcoin cash, litecoin, i think these are legit as prices correlate to btc price.  But if you look at those altcoins especially that is not in top 50 for example, many prices have dropped.  I bought coins where price is still down 90% or so. Now if you say yes, what about bitcoin cash?  Or say bitcoin sv or bitcoin gold?  Because the more i think about it, if cryptocurrency goes up very high, well it seems like there's only a few coins only that could do that?  Thus bitcoin, litecoin, eth, bitcoin cash, dash, monero or say bitcoin sv?  I heard ripple is centralized so can't imagine it being the standard.  I mean if there were only 3 coins left... what would that list have to be?  I would figure its bitcoin, bitcoin cash and litecoin.  If i had to include a few more, probably ETH and Dash. I back then also wanted to get coins like funfair, edgeless and a few other altcoins.  But now when i look at it, isn't it basically throwing money away?  I think if i were to buy more crypto now, the only coin i would buy is bitcoin, litecoin or bitcoin cash.  Maybe dash and monero. . Thoughts on all of this?

  • Weekly payments for coinbase

    IF you own a COINBASE ACCOUNT, or know anyone who owns one you should PM me asap.   DONT NEED ANY UPFRONT PAYMENTS, nothing to scam you out off, just PM and find out for yourself.   PM ME Telegram: @bafxukc Discord: nic481#6174 GET IN TOUCH NOW IF YOU OWN A COINBASE ACCOUNT AND ITS BEEN USED BEFORE! UK USA EU

  • Bitcoin, Dark Web, Drugs and Government.

    Philippines war on drugs entered a new phase as drug Syndicates are now using bitcoin to transact and avoid detection from the government. PDEA(Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency) recently found out that most organized Drug syndicate are using the dark web to transact to each other. It's clear that some countries are slower at adopting new technologies and these drug syndicate took the opportunity to make their transactions much easier without being detected by the government. here is the link for more details: https://www.philstar.com/headlines/2019/06/11/1925535/pdea-drug-syndicates-use-dark-web-bitcoin

  • Who coined the word "cryptocurrency" ...

    So, a new bitcointalk forum account sent me a PM today ... they claimed to be researcher from a University searching this forum for the first occurrence of the word "cryptocurrency" ... and apparently that was from myself, in this post ... New Bitcoin Users - Read This ! (Bitcoin Preservation) - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=86 (I should really pay attention to myself more!) Does an earlier iteration exist anywhere else ? I honestly don't know. ... Anyhow, this is also relevant / topical as it seems CSW actually backdated an 'old' blog post of his to included the word "cryptocurrency" ... - https://coinnounce.com/craig-wright-exposed-by-wikileaks/ - https://twitter.com/wikileaks/status/1095309111263223808 Ewww.

  • It's the Best time to buy Ethereum (ETH) $271,82 (+7.6%)

    Hello , Ethereum (ETH) price is now $107,45 (1.6%)  It's the best time to buy Ethereum and it will be 211$ soon

  • bullrun

    Is bullrun close or far for altcoins?

  • Linkez.Club Newest Shortlink Service is Here

    Hello Guys I have started a Short Link service few months ago and its going well. I am here to invite more Publishers. Aready serve over 8k Links since it started. We allow Crypto Faucets to use our Short Link API. Already below 2 Million Alexa Rank Already being in use by some of the best Paying Website Online. USD 1 Bonus for Everyone who joins the us(withdrawable bonus). Two of the best Payment Method in the World like Paypal and Bitcoin. 10% Referral Bonus Earning for Lifetime. SSL Secure Network Join Now BTC   https://linkez.club

  • Roger Ver's Bitcoin.com propaganda against bitcoin

    Here is the last attempt of negative propaganda against Bitcoin from Roger Ver's Bitcoin.com is obvious that their bcash shitcoin is dying with a small group of community, a shitcoin with zero usage(even Dogecoin have x10 more usage than this), with empty blocks(most blocks not have even 100kb) and with small group of devs that no one want to donate them. This propaganda are desperate actions from Roger Ver and have a zero impact to Bitcoin.

  • Yogg is the awesome guy on bitcointalk

    leaving feedback for this guy. he should open his Escrow service thread too , he is really legit helper solved my problem by @yogg https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5154158.new#new

  • Poland bank starts to use blockchain for documentation authenication big step!

    With some banks in the US dipping their toes into using blockchain technology for their banking business but only offering it on an invite only basis. This bank being one of the top 10 banks in poland is starting to use it on a daily basis and to a wider customer base. source https://www.forbes.com/sites/hanktucker/2019/06/17/polish-bank-alior-uses-public-ethereum-blockchain-for-new-document-authentication-feature/#4d980f1644a6 This is a major step for the banking system in starting to use it and the beginning of acceptance in using and relying on it for wider functionality.

  • I saw the notice that Bitcoin surpassed 9.000 USD! Help about "FOMO"

    Hi there... I saw the notice that Bitcoin surpassed 9.000 USD! I know the ideal was to have bought in past, in "low" price to sell now in the "high" price... But, I'm entering in Cryptocurrency exactly now and I feeling "FOMO".... My main goal is to do "Holding" of Bitcoin and good Cryptos, but in this moment I would like to take some of the profits to redeem in my wallet to already help in future "Hold". As I am starting now, I want to know your suggestions, because I intend to invest now to take advantage of some of the gains from this high... Calculating risks ... 1. I think buy Bitcoin in 19/06/2019 2. Keep following closely the gains and notices about Bitcoin... 3. Constantly transfer just the profits from bitcoin to Wallet (to save, to avoid eventual losses on "correction" of the market). That's a good idea?? What do you think? What would be more appropriate to do to take advantage of this momentum? Sorry the bad english, I'm from Brazil. 

  • [ALTCOIN] DOGECOIN

    The existing DOGECOIN had virtually nothing to do with it. It is neither fast nor does it have a service. However, the newly created Cosmos based COGECOIN is planning to increase its utilization rate based on its high transmission speed and various services. In the first step, we distribute COGECOIN free of charge as follows. Get connected now and get great value in the future !!! COGECOIN is a new coin based on Cosmos network. https://cogecoin.com 

  • Bittrex coin, why not?

    Hi people, just wondering why Bittrex that is a very big exchange doesn't have its own coin like BNB or KCS. Maybe there's a reason.

  • The Rumors of Cryptojacking’s Death are Greatly Exaggerated

    This article has been written by Jason Bloomberg and published on https://dailyiconews.com, I just copy and paste it. Thank heavens for crypto, or we wouldn’t have two of the greatest cybersecurity scourges of the 21st century: ransomware and cryptojacking. Ransomware was the cybercriminal’s darling in 2017, followed shortly by illicit cryptomining aka cryptojacking in 2018. Now that crypto prices are in the toilet (relatively speaking), it seems that cybercrooks may be shifting back to ransomware as their crypto-crime of choice. However, don’t count cryptojacking out yet. Just this week, news of hackers using stolen NSA malware to drop numerous variants of Monero cryptominers on unsuspecting, unpatched Windows machines hit the wire. You may have missed that news, but what about this one? How about hackers using botnet malware to compromise Docker containers in order to mount DDoS attacks and implant malicious cryptojacking code? But wait, there’s more! A new threat named BlackSquid that leverages multiple known vulnerabilities to – you guessed it – drop Monero cryptominers onto unsuspecting systems. Sure, there are other things the cybercriminals behind BlackSquid could do with their malware, but given how perfect Monero is for such malfeasance, why bother? Remember boys and girls, if you’re conducting any kind of crypto transaction, then you are putting money in the pockets of all miners, including the criminals. How do you sleep at night? Jason Bloomberg neither owns, nor plans to own, any cryptocurrency or other cryptotoken, either long or short.

  • Blockchain in Chains - It's Time To Strip The SEC Of Authority Over Crypto...

    While many people's initial reaction is 'OMG BUT WHO WILL PROTECT US FROM SCAMMERS!?" when you look into what the SEC has done, is charged those scammers with crimes that have nothing to do with being a security. Meaning, any agency could do that.  It just happens to fall on the SEC currently. This is why many, including some US Congress members, and even some SEC officials, think making crypto an asset class of it's own, treated like a commodity (like gold and silver) and having the CFTC regulate it, could be a real solution to the mess we're in now. What do you think? Quote Blockchain in Chains: It's Time To Strip The SEC Of Authority Over Cryptocurrency... Before you think this is an extreme view - you should know that members of the US Congress from both political parties, and even some of the SEC's own leadership agree - the SEC, and the regulations for trading securities are both the wrong agency, and wrong laws, to oversee the emerging cryptocurrency space. Let's look at how we got to where we are now, what's going wrong, and the path we can take to correct it... ...CONTINUE @ https://www.globalcryptopress.com/2019/06/blockchain-in-chains-its-time-to-strip.html

  • The Parallel History of Bitcoin.

    The Parallel History of BitCoin. - https://medium.com/@donaldmulders/the-parallel-history-of-bitcoin-bc4c1d348939 This one is a very good read (I remain impartial). Discuss ...

  • Whois Satoshi? Known Satoshi IP addresses? ...

    Whois Satoshi? Known Satoshi IP addresses? ... Who is Satoshi Nakamoto ? - https://whoissatoshi.wordpress.com/2016/02/20/satoshi-in-california/ - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Covad Open (public) SOCKS proxies ? :1080, :8888, :8080 etc., much ... polipo, analogx, putty, ssh ... anyone ?   - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SOCKS Might want to check that the geoip data is accurate ('old' 2009 MaxMind data set required !?!) ... Any more for any more ?   EDIT (additional / sources / reference): "Proof-of-location - Satoshi Nakamoto Time stamped January 2009 - California USA Alternative title - Proof-of-Faketoshi Time stamped January 2009 - NSW Australia In 2019 Craig Wright, with the help of Satoshi in 2009 unwittingly proved he is not Satoshi." - https://twitter.com/jimmy007forsure/status/1140157733414395904 "Note: debug.log attached. All IP address information have been obtained from the debug log. ISP reveal - Reverse DNS etc found using Domaintools." - https://twitter.com/jimmy007forsure/status/1140544350381731840 "Had a lot of questions regarding if that IP address was associated with a VPN or TOR exit node. The information provided by bountyhunter and 2 other people, including myself, say no. Happy to receive any info that supports or refutes .. feel free to DM me" - https://twitter.com/jimmy007forsure/status/1140490731896766465

  • BTC/USD - 10K this month?

    What do you think? In my opinion 10K will be tested in this week.

  • National Fisheries Institute and IBM’s Food Trust Work on Seafood Blockchain

    IBM’s blockchain supply chain solution Food Trust will be applied to trace seafood by United States seafood trade association National Fisheries Institute Interesting fact is that many stores and companies in the USA have implemented blockchain into its structure but the government refuse to legalize it

  • Facebook vs Loopia

    Just recently we have seen that Facebook is launching its own cryptocurrency just like loopia.network and the question arises if they will be doing things like loopia.   Now I have checked out loopia and done some research on what they will be offering on their website, it seems that they will be allowing everyone to profit on their platform directly be it, content creators of any kind or just the average social media user, and the platform will be so that anyone can use it.   non-technical people will automatically make the cryptocurrency loop or LPN on the go as they perform regular tasks on the social network and people who decide to become influencers can easily be in direct contact with corporations or advertisers and get paid directly by promoting within their niche.     What interested me as well as the inbuilt marketplace that they will have, and people will easily be able to transfer payments to the people on there and buy and sell things with only just a few clicks.     So let's take for an example that "john" or "Alice" have made 1000 Loop in the last 2 months from doing nothing more than just hanging around, liking stuff, posting and maybe doing a blog post every now and then and now someone is selling a brand new phone on the marketplace, and Alice decides to buy it for only the money she has earned through the advertisers directly paying her on the network.   How will the rewards be divided among people? That is a good question, but it seems like that the advertiser's non-targeted ads will be pooled and then distributed between all users equally. And then there will also be the option for corporations to purchase directly from influencers targeted to a niche or buying exposure from anyone that has any popularity in any specific area and in any space whether it be audio,  video, blog, or really just anything, the system will be highly customized according to my sources.   Now they also are offering an affiliate system at the moment while they are under 1.000.000 members at least so that people get 10LPN for each person they refer to the network and 10LPN can be worth up to 3$.   Personally, I joined the network just because I like the idea how having a good social network that does not compromise my personal information and sell to the big corporations is being made and how I can have total control over if I want to make money from it or just see no advertisements, now it's up to you if you want to join or not, but I recommend joining as soon as possible and have the chance of becoming an influencer there since there is a high chance that is possible this early and in the future that will prove very valuable financially.

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