Discussion in 'Digital Currencies' started by bron.suchecki, Nov 28, 2018.
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Absolutely spot on! The value of both the jpm coin and the dollar = '0'
I am always up to date with 3commas.io all the tendencies work for me.
The on-chain 'account' system due this year via Dash's Evolution software will be ground breaking.
Anyone want to buy some CRYPTO-CRAP? LOL From Zero Hedge where you get 'REAL NEWS'
It seems Bitcoin will be so soon.
Which crypto currency becomes the future payment system"
Why not pick one of the thousands that does not lose 10-20% of its make-believe value in ONE DAY?
A couple of days after Rob Kirby said Cryptos are trash on his video with Reluctant Preppers the markets (?) crash. WELL DONE ROB.
This is the Rob Kirby video I referred to above, you may have to rewind it to the start.
Our internet was down today all over town and you couldn't text or anything. Maybe if they can someday get that figured out haha. Sometimes you need to spend money when the wind is blowing.
None. They will make up a new one. Maybe copy some of the technology.
Once they came out with Bitcoin futures I knew that was it. Now traders can do to Bitcoin just like what they do to gold and silver in the futures markets. You can play Bitcoin without ever having to buy an actual bitcoin, just play the futures instead. Never get hacked and no premiums (other than broker commissions and margin if applicable).
I would imagine less than 1% of all crypto owners use them to buy stuff, and instead hold them like penny stocks hoping for a quick buck. Some have done very well. Hope the current holders do as well. I won't touch the stuff.
There hasn't been much new buyers in the market they say. It's being driven by the current owners buying more and big pump and dumps. There hasn't been any uptick in new people getting in the bubble this time.
Anyone who is willing or can buy bitcoin would have joined the game by Dec 2017. Having said this, the sentiment for bitcoin has been very bullish compared to silver, the ultimate contrarian trade.
The Wummawumma coin. It'll be king - you'll see.
I'm liking the potential that Radix may bring. Users can make their own crypto debit card at home negating the need to hold coins/tokens with projects that rely on partnerships with the likes of Visa/Mastercard. As the project team are intending to create a token that is a "relatively stable coin" it would not be subject to the same price swings other crypto-currencies suffer from.
I'm thinking this may be a better project than crypto.com's MCO Visa cards though though the latter do offer a suite of financial services eg term deposits and loans, that the team at Radix are unlikely to implement.
Their goal is to replace fiat currencies.
Cryptos are fiat. Same as our dollars.
I dont understand how it would level the volatility. Hope?
The value is in the technology that enables users to carry out a variety of tasks that would previously be too costly, too cumbersome or previously unavailable.
Read their white paper. Basically, an algorithm will determine whether the price of the coin is within an acceptable parameter, if it falls to the floor it triggers an automatic buy event (these purchased tokens are then burnt) or if the price rises to the ceiling a trigger to sell occurs and freshly minted tokens are released from reserves.
Edit to add: this floor price is designed to rise slowly, say over a 10 year period. The ceiling price is expected to remain the same.
Gotcha makes sense.
The level of scamminess in crypto is through the roof. It goes to the heart of even the top tier cryptos. A lot of respected voices within the space should be looked upon with cynicism approaching disdain. Don't trust anyone - and I MEAN anyone. Your cryptocurrency - even Bitcoin - is probably a piece of turd.
It's very high risk vs very high reward.
I personally think that bitcoin itself is the future. The only problem of the Bitcoin is to face the people who will never accept the bitcoin, those who will not benefit from it and those who will fully against it. I believe it will continue to develop. It is already applied as a coin payment method to many services, merchants, stores and other stuffs that we can use and exchange together with real products. So we'll see how it works out.
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