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Bitcoin, Electroneum, Cryptocurrency | A New Crypto currency
01-12-2018, 01:49 AM (This post was last modified: 01-12-2018 02:10 AM by JackOfHearts.)
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RE: Bitcoin, Electroneum, Cryptocurrency | A New Crypto currency
https://news.bitcoin.com/is-the-centrali...ompetitor/

I didn't know Stellar was a fork of ripple Coffee

https://hackernoon.com/why-stellar-could...8fc3cb9a6c

Or why it's the next big ponzi scheme.
They can freeze an account??

https://cointelegraph.com/news/ripple-ha...s-clothing

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01-12-2018, 07:30 AM (This post was last modified: 01-12-2018 07:35 AM by JackOfHearts.)
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The Iungo ico is going fast, already 22M, hard cap is 28M, it's now and never guys. it's selling very fast, faster than I expected. When I bought it was at 9M, It was 19M a few hours ago.
http://wallet.iungo.network/Referal/a337...dfa1c4427a
If it's selling that fast, it means there is a good potential to grow fast after the ICO is done.

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01-12-2018, 04:51 PM
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it seems like they have a problem with their wallet right now, too much people sending money at the same time I guess.

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01-13-2018, 02:59 AM
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Hey guys, Assblaster wasn't lying. He got doxed, and he is a real guy that works in finance with insider information. Absolutely insane, I encourage you guys to find out the whole story. He's an investment banker in Brussels.

Here's the thread:

http://boards.4chan.org/biz/thread/6368231

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01-13-2018, 04:16 AM (This post was last modified: 01-13-2018 04:41 AM by JackOfHearts.)
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Did the real guy posted on his official account, all I see is picture of someone, is that a proof?

Quote:whoever this guy is, i feel bad for him. a random herd of autists have latched onto his twitter profile as justification for their obsessive behavior.

Would this kind of guy post in that kind of forum and post his real identity to a bunch of weirdo swearing and posting naked picture of girls every 2 seconds. I wouldn't if I were him.

http://boards.4chan.org/biz/thread/6375233

I would take some advice here; don't listen to them, do your research, 4biz seems to be good for finding some new project but other than that, do your research.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fear,_unce..._and_doubt
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shill

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01-13-2018, 06:52 AM (This post was last modified: 01-13-2018 07:30 AM by JackOfHearts.)
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RE: Bitcoin, Electroneum, Cryptocurrency | A New Crypto currency
Electroneum will be on Next.exchange in 3 weeks Lol


From Next exchange white paper:
Quote: During the first phase of our
rollout, NEXT.Exchange will be integrated with the Ethereum
platform

They don't seem to have a working platform currently, I can't even register on their platform.
All decentralized attempt of an exchange failed miserably until now.
Bitshare is a failure, it's great but not usable, EtherDelta is a failure, there are certainly others. Decentralized exchange is not ready and we will have to wait at the very least 6 months before one decentralized exchange become a reliable platform if I could call that reliable.

Failure is to be expected currently as basic Transfer of funds on Bitcoin doesn't even scale, it's laggy and fees are getting higher.
Etherum will soon follow with higher fees as congestion rise.
Even non decentralized exchange can't even scale, HitBTC and Binance often have problems with that.

I still don't understand why ETN is still not on any major exchange, some ICO gets listed on Hitbtc or Binance after a week and ETN is still not in there ....

Quote:As you may already know, the CEO of EHI and Titanium - Michael Stollaire - has joined the senior team. Michael is helping us filter and find the right exchanges for our burgeoning business. He has vast experience and contacts, both of which will be incredibly valuable when negotiating ETN's listing, and we expect to have more news for you soon.
I wonder how shitcoins end up on Hitbtc while ETN can't get there while being 46 in rank.

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01-13-2018, 12:32 PM
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I have done my own research, I've watched Sergey's videos online and he strikes me as extremely dedicated to solving a specific problem. He's outlined the problem better than anyone else.

Even if the Ethereum network is a new paradigm, it's only used to exchange different tokens. ChainLink allows anyone to integrate real world data into any type of blockchain. Market data, interest rates, prices, anything you can think of. Sergey's been working on this for years, and he's had the SmartContracts domain name since 2014.
Watch some of Sergey's videos, think about it, and it will dawn on you how astounding that is.

The team is quiet, and I think that is a good sign. The TRON guy runs a video blog like he's a star on YouTube. In interviews, Sergey is actually pissed and talks down developers who do this.

LINK has a working product right now, you can set up a node right now, there are youtube videos showing how to do it. Mainnet is coming Q1.

I'll leave with this.. as always, take it with a grain of salt.

"The fact that Sergey is speaking alongside the CEO of Docusign at SXSW in March says a lot about where this is heading. Docusign is used for an enormous number of real estate contracts at the moment, so being able to tie those signatures into a blockchain through Chainlink alone is going to make LINK explode in value.

Now imagine every other kind of legal contract you can imagine being tied to blockchains through Chainlink.

Imagine every B2B, B2C and P2P dApp that's released in 2019 using Chainlink as part of zeppelin_os.

Imagine Facebook enters crypto and uses Chainlink to interact with their own chain (Director of Engineering at FB is a Chainlink advisor).

Imagine all real world data that would find use and application on the blockchain being funneled onto the blockchain through Chainlinke, and all blockchain data that would be useful to the real world funneling out of the blockchain through Chainlink.

Chainllink is the new internet. You have no idea where this is headed and where it will reach."

- http://boards.4chan.org/biz/thread/63912...ins-solved

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01-13-2018, 02:00 PM (This post was last modified: 01-13-2018 02:05 PM by JackOfHearts.)
Post: #248
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I agree that chain link seems to have a very good potential.
They have very good partners, the CEO is questionable but seems very talented.
And everything you have said make me think that there is a potential to grow in the top 30 cryptocurrency.

But my main concern is the banks. They have never invested in projects that are decentralized and open. And they will never do it as it's against their monopole.
Currently they are trying to bypass this by creating a lot of alternative that are not decentralized (Ripple; Stellar, Mobius, etc)

The problem when it's centralized is that you can't trust them, same reason I won't invest Ripple, I would only used it for short transaction. With what's in Ripple it could get hacked and no one would know like when a banks gets hacked.

If bitcoin gets hacked, everyone that is running a full node will know, if Ripple gets hacked there is only the full nodes of Ripple that would know.
The fulls node know every transaction thats has ever happened. In Ripple this things doesn't exist for customer which means they can change every number in the database and you wouldn't notice.
Also what makes Bitcoin reliable doesn't exist in Ripple, as it's not decentralized and maybe it has already been hacked but no one noticed anything.

If chainlink is backed by banks, they aren't going to make smart contract decentralized, and their API will send unreliable data that you can't verify as you don't have access to the database. Which means it defeat the whole point, it won't be reliable, it won't be a new technology derived from bitcoin. The Ethereum team certainly won't accept that it's not decentralized. Which means they are probably going to work with Stellar.

They are copying Bitcoin and ethereum while removing the decentralization part. It won't work, it will be easily corruptible like how banks and government are today.
The smart contract in Etherum is really innovative because everyone can check in their full node server the details of the every smart contract every day without asking for permission to any authority.
If you do a smart contract but the data of every smart contract is only available on the server of the ripple network you have to trust them. It's exactly like you do a contract with paypal today, there is nothing new about it.

With that said it doesn't mean Chain link value won't increase and be at the top of the ranking, just look at Stellar and Ripple.

It's a moral issue mainly. I'm not sure I want to invest in a company that plans to do that kind of thing.

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01-16-2018, 02:14 AM
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How you guys holding up? LOL

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01-16-2018, 02:43 AM (This post was last modified: 01-16-2018 06:24 AM by JackOfHearts.)
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It's the time to buy actually, price is decreasing due to some stupid chinese/korean ban that aren't going to kill anything. The chinese/korean aren't even sure if they really want to do it, it's all talk for now Whistle

I would buy but there is no fast easy way to buy with euro to crypto without high fees.

I think there are helping crypto as long as they are indecisive and not full on destroy mode. The slower Bitcoin grows the better for stability, if bitcoin would have been at 40 000$ right now it would be more risky for us long term wise. They are educating people on why bitcoin is valuable by banning it.

So a complete ban would actually help bitcoin value rise, as people would not be able to get in as easily. Fiat aren't not trustworthy enough long term. In both case Bitcoin(crypto) wins, they can't kill it, it's too late, that's why they are so indecisive.

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01-17-2018, 04:16 AM
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https://www.beetoken.com/

This one seems to have a very reliable team from uber and facebook.
It's probably going to make at least a 10* return.
I don't like the KYC thing though, but since they are trying to create a decentralized Airbnb maybe it's legitimate.

There is 7 hours left to register for the token sale that will begin the the 21.

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01-17-2018, 05:26 AM
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Am I the only to think Forbes is a very unreliable source of information?

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01-17-2018, 03:37 PM
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Bitcoin is 10k. Do you think its worth buying. Like some people are saying its gona be a 100k for one coin. What you think?
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01-18-2018, 04:07 AM
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BTC is one of the strongest coin in Cryptos market. Its been going thru Hell since 2008. You can't expect it to be broken down that easily..

Buy it if u wanna. Its only gonna rise more..
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01-18-2018, 08:46 AM
Post: #255
RE: Bitcoin, Electroneum, Cryptocurrency | A New Crypto currency
I found a very interesting ico that promotes education about cryptocurrency, I think education is one of the most underated and also the most needed thing.

https://extracredit.io?ref=yoko333

Pre Ico contribution is 2500$ minimum but during ICO which will start next month will be at 50$ minimum.

They provide course for learning about how crypto works and pay you to do it Popcorn

I think it's valuable and also seems to have a very good potential for growth.

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01-18-2018, 10:48 AM (This post was last modified: 01-18-2018 10:51 AM by JackOfHearts.)
Post: #256
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Be careful of every exchange:
https://news.bitcoin.com/ceo-huobi-annou...investors/

It's the wild west with every exchange, be ready to lose everything on them.
Some say withdraw, but that's just a dream, some coin you can't even withdraw as it either cost too much or don't want to waste your time moving all those crypto coin in 20 differents wallets with 20 different password with 20 different seeds.
Sometimes the coin just got out and they don't have a wallet yet Confused

Regulation isn't helping us here, quiet the opposite, as some exchange are based in China or in a country with a government that could ban crypto.

With that in mind most exchange know that they are not here to stay. With those circumstances they will try to max out their profit fast. Pump and dump, high withdrawal fees, not enough servers for the demand, etc. And some directly scamming users here and there, who will sue them if some 1000 users on 1 billion lost 300$ here and there from time to time.

Also decentralized exchange are not ready yet but they will come, Atomic swap too.

I guess it's safe to say it's not safe Lol

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01-18-2018, 04:56 PM
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01-19-2018, 12:28 AM
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This guy want me to believe banks want to build a real decentralized technology, I seriously doubt they would. Until now they haven't made one step toward decentralization, quiet the opposite they did though.
Sorry but it's all talk I see this from his post, and it looks very much like manipulation as there is absolutely no proof to back up his words besides what is already known about this project.

It's like saying Microsoft is going to be open source, it's not going to happen unless they lose their monopole first. If they have no choice then they will do it but not until that moment when they have been beaten completely. Right now Banks still have controls over the majority of money in the world. Why would they build an open system when they can still profit more from the closed one.

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01-19-2018, 01:11 AM
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I've seen many public documents to disprove what you are saying. I will try and find them, because they are scattered over the internet, and post them here. It's a busy week for me though.

I have a different impression from the banking industry. From what I've seen, the European bankers and SWIFT want to be the first adopters of decentralized banking and dominate it.

One of the documents I will post is a report by SWIFT from about 5 years ago, when BTC was only $250ish dollars. The report talked about completely revolutionizing banking via the block chain. Look at the twitter of Swiss bankers and Fintech people. They all talk about integrating block chain into banking and finance, and the only sufficiently secure such a network would be through decentralization.

Another document was a very recent report analyzing the massive changes in the European banking industry that occurred in the 90's when they full switched over to electronic banking. The program was called CREST and it started in Britain and Ireland initially. Why would SWIFT research and analyze that in 2017? I think they see a major change approaching and want to avoid previous mistakes when this last happened.

Right now there is no real-world application to smart contracts, because you can't "export" real world data into the a block chain. "The oracle problem" as it's called. Even if you could, networks are centralized right now, and too vulnerable to attack for the estimated $1.2 quadrillion derivatives market. ChainLink is the only solution to this problem at the moment. If banks could solve it, they would save billions of dollars. If the Europeans can pioneer decentralized banking, the entire world would do business there, because companies will save so much money using smart contracts. To me, it makes sense why the bankers would want a piece of that action. But maybe you know more than me.

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01-19-2018, 03:35 AM (This post was last modified: 01-19-2018 04:08 AM by JackOfHearts.)
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Look at what they do concretely now, look at Ripple, the bank I use every day have partnered with them. Ripple is not decentralized, they can pretend it is but it's not.

At best what I see them doing is taking Bitcoin innovation, remove the innovation, call it block chain and sell it to guys who don't know how it works.
And their strategy made them rich, look at Ripple, it's on market cap when it's shouldn't be as it's not even a legitimate cryptocurrency.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SMEOKDVXlUo
I encourage you to watch this video, it explains that very well.
https://youtu.be/SMEOKDVXlUo?t=7m20s It start to be interesting here.
https://youtu.be/SMEOKDVXlUo?t=14m40s conclusion here
https://youtu.be/SMEOKDVXlUo?t=17m50s Ripple description

PS: And that's even without considering the huge premined coin reserved inside Ripple for the company CEO and partners.

Also notice that even with so much banks who have partnered with Ripple, they still don't offer the possibility to exchange directly your $ for XRP. Which mean they probably don't want the crypto market to grow which isn't surprising.
Instead they are have created KYC to prevent money going into crypto easily. And KYC itself isn't really needed because they know already who you are once you do a transaction with a credit card or with Bank transfer (wire/Sepa/swift)

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