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General Discussion / Bitcoin doesn't exist
« on: August 31, 2018, 03:39:28 PM »
It is only a bunch of zeros and ones stored on computer harddrives - Bitcoin is only an abstraction that a bunch of people believe in. When that belief goes down - Bitcoin will disappear again.

Is there a leaderboard of the largest BTC transactions for real-world items?[/size]What's the largest purchase of a real-world item (not money) that you have made in BTC?


Do you think the media is trying to destroy Bitcoin and cryptocurrency ? I think they show 95% of the times only bad news. Why is this happening


i am very exited to take your responses .

General Discussion / What happened to Bitcoin revolution?
« on: August 27, 2018, 08:45:43 PM »
Hi, fellow Bitcointalkers I want to share few thoughts with you.[/size]Recently, I have the impression that the revolution that Satoshi and his Bitcoin initiated is used by various people for purposes that have nothing to do with the main slogans of this revolution. I mean, of course, ICO, but not only, I'm talking about the entire cryptocurrency market and everything related to blockchain technology.What is recently happening is simply unacceptable and must change. This is why regulators are coming, first to the world of ICO's and later to the entire crypto market. We all feel it on our own skin with every new investment in ICO. Complete lack of information it is always possible to have a clean scam and there is no control. That is why earnings from this investments are sometimes hundred-fold because it is pure speculation and I have an irresistible impression that the revolution, decentralization and all other values that bitcoin has initiated have been lost and only the money and gains count today.Somewhere, everything we were fascinated with a few years ago, namely privacy, anonymity, decentralization is somehow lost and used for everything except of what Satoshi was all about.I believe that Satoshi is still alive. And I ask myself what Satoshi thinks when he looks at what happened to his project and revolution?

General Discussion / will bitcoin become obsolete?
« on: August 27, 2018, 08:43:41 PM »

Analysis : Blockchain, the technology behind Bitcoin, is predicted to be the leading technology in the future, but this technology will become obsolete.

Is it possible that bitcoin will be obsolete in the future?

General Discussion / CryptoIndex.io
« on: August 26, 2018, 05:08:30 PM »
Prizes will be chosen randomly at the end of the competition. Good luck!PLEASE NOTE! ALL THE PARTICIPANTS MUST JOIN OUR OFFICIAL TELEGRAMPrizes will be chosen randomly who made all tasks at the end of the competition. Good luck!TERMSALL PARTICIPANTS MUST JOIN IN OUR TELEGRAM CHAT
1. Telegram account must be active until the end of Token Sale.
2. Airdrop tokens will be locked until at least 1 month after the end of the main sale.
3. Tokens will be unlocked at random intervals.
4. Multiple accounts are not allowed and will be banned.
5. Accounts without photo ARE NOT ALLOWED.
6. ATTENTION! Comments like 'good project', 'good luck' and so on ARE NOT BEING COUNTED! You should give us constructive comments or questions! Disclaimer: the team can change the terms during the campaign. Citizens of the United States and China can not participate in the competition. All tokens will be added in your balance after the end of the competition.

The bear market in cryptocurrencies has punished investors who bought bitcoin at the height of cryptomania last year. But losses have been even more brutal for those who invested in once-promising rivals of bitcoin. Consider Bitcoin Cash, an offshoot of bitcoin that launched on August 1, 2017, which moves independently of bitcoin itself. While bitcoin has fallen 67% from its record intraday high of $20,089 in December, Bitcoin Cash is down a crushing 88% from its peak of $4,355.62, according to CoinMarketCap.com. Friday evening, it traded at around $533.Hundreds of other coins have also plummeted in value, but the underperformance of Bitcoin Cash is notable because it touches on a bigger theme: whether virtual currencies can really become a means of payment that would supplant traditional money.Supporters of Bitcoin Cash conceived it as a way to fix problems that they believed were impeding bitcoin from becoming a mainstream payment tool, akin to PayPal or Visa.Boosters—including Roger Ver, a prominent crypto investor often called Bitcoin Jesus—argued that the original bitcoin network had become too slow and that users were paying overly hefty fees for sending each other bitcoins. This faction contended that bitcoin’s clunkiness was causing people to treat it as a store of value, like gold, and not as a practical way to buy Big Macs or cappuccinos.There is still a lively debate over whether bitcoin is any good as a medium of exchange. Many bitcoin holders view it as a hedge against the collapse of government-backed currencies, but don’t often use it to pay for things.After waging an unsuccessful campaign to change bitcoin from within, the rebels broke off and created Bitcoin Cash, in a so-called fork that bitterly split the virtual-currency community. The underlying technology of the new cryptocurrency was almost identical to that of bitcoin, except for tweaks aimed at speeding up transactions and lowering fees.‘Despite the decline in price, all the exciting innovation is happening in [Bitcoin Cash].’—Mike Komaransky, an adviser to the Bitcoin Cash AssociationOne year later, some research suggests the breakaway coin hasn’t lived up to its promises. A study of activity by major cryptocurrency payment processors—which help businesses accept payments in crypto—found that just $3.8 million worth of payments were made in Bitcoin Cash in May. That is down from $10.5 million in March, according to Chainalysis, an analytics firm that carried out the study.Backers of Bitcoin Cash note that payments in bitcoin are also down—if not quite as sharply—and that their preferred cryptocurrency is cheaper to use.“Despite the decline in price, all the exciting innovation is happening in [Bitcoin Cash],” Mike Komaransky, an adviser to the Bitcoin Cash Association, a group that promotes the use of the cryptocurrency, said in an email. Mr. Ver, another adviser to the group, didn’t respond to a request for comment.There are many reasons why bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies haven’t taken off as a form of payment, including their volatility and uncertain regulatory status, which has kept many businesses from embracing them.Bitcoin Cash is still the fourth-most valuable cryptocurrency by market capitalization, but its value relative to bitcoin has sagged, suggesting that investors who once bet on it may have shifted back to the original. One unit of Bitcoin Cash is now worth about 8% of one bitcoin, down from 18% in early May, CoinMarketCap.com data shows.For the average investor, the technical distinctions between the two may not be that important. Instead, the market seems to be favoring the one with the stronger brand, according to Martin Garcia, a managing director at Genesis Global Trading Inc., a digital-currency trading firm.“Bitcoin is expressing itself as the more dominant token,” he said.

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General Discussion / crypto and day job
« on: August 25, 2018, 03:05:55 PM »
i am an observant about what the trending and other stuffs in the internet then i saw a post of crypto currencies i was like "what is crypto currencies, how they earn with that" i make some researches about crypto and what is the difference of crypto and a day job especially to employee here is what i found out[/size]In crypto currencies you can earn to those bounties like promoting in social media and other stuff, you can also earn via investing to what we call ICO or initial coin offering and make profit doing nothing just to risk something(crypto is not for the people always confuse and asking for decision so if they cant earn profit they can blame to someone who tell them to invest in the ico), there is a lot of ways earning money to crypto and you dont have boss you can manage your time and other what the employees cant do when they are on the work. you can earn big but it is not a fix income that comes every month because you will wait to hit the ICO on the markets or Exchangers. so in my opinion the disadvantage of this is the income interval if you were a small investor it takes time earn profit and you didnt know that your expenses is bigger than you profit(if you were a small time investor)while in day job you have horrible bosses or something crazy , you need to follow what is the order of your job and you need to work at least 8 hours daily in short you have task daily and you will earn or paid an amount that you think is not enough for your work but it is fix and you dont wait too long.so here is my insight on where or what would i do for living, i can do both in the same day i can do day job and making crypto as side line or part time job because crypto dont need a lot of hour in a day you can do you task in crypto on 1 to 3 hours (depends to your task) so its not too hard,, so the advantage and disadvantage of both can help and fix the complicated situation or scenario.aa

General Discussion / Cryptocurrency as a payment online
« on: August 25, 2018, 02:44:11 PM »
Would it be actually possible to use cryptocurrency to make payments online? On platforms such as Amazon? I know most projects claim that they could. At least that they are working on it. But when will that day come?

General Discussion / Forum moderation policy
« on: August 25, 2018, 02:38:01 PM »

The policy to not remove anything worked when the forum was small. Now that we have thousands of posts a day, we can't afford 50% of them being junk. The moderators are now instructed to be less tolerant of low-value posts.

Some guidelines:

1. Free speech - you can say anything as long as it is relevant and presented in a calm and polite manner. Swearing, SHOUTING etc. make your post more likely to be removed.
2. No zero value posts or threads, like "SELL SELL SELL"
3. No pointless or uninteresting threads.
4. No referral code spam
5. No NSFW content

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