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  MinexCoin will come with an update Thursday
Posted by: Carsten - 2019-07-06, 10:58 AM - Forum: Bitcoin and Altcoin - Replies (12)

The price of MinexCoin is a fraction of the ICO price and way below $1. Question is if it ever go higher again? I wrote support a few days ago but got no answer. On Telegram they are still active and I found this post from Boris (the founder).

"Dear community!

On the next Thursday, we are going to provide you with a big update about current situation of the ecosystem and future plans on its developing. I apologise for my absence and lack of communication with the community recently. This pause was necessary to make a solid and systematic analysis of the situation and to elaborate our future steps since Minexcoin project is in priority for me. I have received a lot of private messages and kindly ask you to understudy it using  Google form  (https://forms.gle/zH8MYoVt78iDkk537) so it will be easier to keep on track and work with it. Hope that the mentioned update will answer to all your questions and bring confidence in the project future. 


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  Only a Fool Would Trust Facebook’s Libra
Posted by: Carsten - 2019-07-04, 10:04 AM - Forum: Bitcoin and Altcoin - Replies (4)

This is a strong statement from economist Joseph Stiglitz. The article is interesting and these statements are worth noticing:

"Stiglitz also notes that “in just a few short years, Facebook has earned a level of distrust that took the banking sector much longer to achieve.” 

and this one:

"Stiglitz has no trust in Libra’s management, since “Time and again, Facebook’s leaders, faced with a choice between money and honoring their promises, have grabbed the money.”

Of course Facebook is creating Libra as an alternative to the expensive banking system, but doing so and judging on the amount of FB users they will create yet another alternative economy in the world. One that is owned by FB and therefore giving them more power. FB will be even more in control of the users which I don't like.

Read the full article here: https://cointelegraph.com/news/economist...ooks-libra

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  Pool mining made by us....
Posted by: Carsten - 2019-07-03, 02:06 PM - Forum: General discussion - Replies (1)

Hugues, Junior and I made a mining pool that is now live.

For now you can only mine Badcoins, but it is not that difficult to add other coins. Try it if you want to earn some free coins. Check the main site here


and the status of the mining here: http://pool.poolen.io/

Happy mining.

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  Is Belgium becoming an Islamic state?
Posted by: Carsten - 2019-07-02, 07:34 PM - Forum: Uncategorized - Replies (2)

This is scary

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  Trader Who Called Current Bitcoin Rally Warns of Altcoin ‘Dot Com Bubble’
Posted by: Carsten - 2019-06-29, 09:14 AM - Forum: Bitcoin and Altcoin - No Replies

This guy is wrong. Altcoins like Ethereum, Ripple, Stellar and more will be very successful. I think he is trying to talk the price down so he can buy cheap!

Trader Who Called Current Bitcoin Rally Warns of Altcoin ‘Dot Com Bubble’

Bitcoin (BTC) will continue to grow but altcoins will not feel the benefits, veteran trader and author Peter Brandt predicted in a new market forecast on June 27.

Writing on social media, Brandt, who has become a vocal source on cryptocurrency prices, said that unlike the previous bull market cycle in 2017, bitcoin’s gains would not have a knock-on effect elsewhere. He summarized: 

“Cryptomaniancs expect alts to do so again - they may be very disappointed.”

Brandt made the comments as BTC/USD bounced off its local lows of $10,380 to challenge $12,000 once again. 

Having reached $13,800 this week, the subsequent correction spelled misery for altcoin traders, with many tokens losing far more than bitcoin while subsequently failing to recover their losses.

For Brandt, the phenomenon has one classic predecessor - the dotcom boom of the early 2000s.

“Following 2001-02 tech collapse, dotcoms with real value exploded,” he noted. “The ‘alt’ .coms went bankrupt.”

Brandt has an admirable record when it comes to bitcoin predictions. Having previously foretoldthe 2018 bear market, earlier in June, he told followers not to believe BTC/USD would stop at its then local highs around $8,000.

According to CoinMarketCap, there are now 2,291 altcoins with a trackable blockchain and activity. As bitcoin continues to make up ground towards $20,000, however, their overall market share is at its lowest in two years.
As Cointelegraph reported, bitcoin now dominates over 62% of the market, one of a number of metrics which have recently returned after a long absence.

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  Weather and Crypto is damn hot these days!
Posted by: Carsten - 2019-06-26, 12:58 PM - Forum: Uncategorized - Replies (2)

It's hot in Europe. 30C in Denmark today and in Spain and France it's 35 C... Crypto is hot too. BTC that crazy animal is rising more than ETH...damn.

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Posted by: Hugues - 2019-06-24, 07:09 PM - Forum: Bitcoin and Altcoin - Replies (10)

I have not reviewed this yet but I subscribed on their telegram channel to get some airdrops.
When you subscribe you will get a refferral link like you can see below.
They do not intend to oarganize a token sale. Only airdropping.
So it cost us nothing to take a look. Click the link below this post and we'll see.

ETHplode is a store of value built on the Ethereum blockchain with deflationary characteristics. Whenever $ETHPLO is transferred, 0.5% of the amount is burned. This built in self destructive functionality increases the assets scarcity over time, and is hard coded directly into our monetary structure. 

ETHplode is based on the design of the Bomb token – the original hyper deflationary, self-destructing currency.


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  Amon is having a comeback!
Posted by: Carsten - 2019-06-23, 10:42 AM - Forum: Bitcoin and Altcoin - Replies (2)

I got this email from Amon about the IBAN (Bank) integration in their wallet. It means you can now deposit fiat. This is finally a good news and for sure means one step closer to the card. I also think that this is a comeback for the AMN token. Since the card must be pretty close now this means that AMN will have to gain a lot of value from it's current value of $0.0023. Maybe we will even see $1 within a year. We doomed the project dead but it's certainly alive and they provide information when relevant. (Not like TokenPay and Efin that mostly talk about what they will do instead of doing it)

"IBAN has arrived to Amon!

Hi Amoner,
We have good news for you. We have been working on the integration of the IBAN and we are proud to announce that it is now live!
Getting to know a new product can be confusing, therefore, we've put together a quick guide on how you can use your IBAN.
1.Update Your Wallet with the latest version
2.Login into your Amon Wallet

3.Add Euro Wallet
4.You are all set!
What are the benefits of having an IBAN associated with the Amon account?
Euro. You can deposit and withdraw Euro directly from the Amon Wallet
Exchange Euro/Crypto & Crypto/Euro. We enabled new pairs with all the cryptocurrencies. You will be able to convert directly Euro with any of the cryptos of the Amon wallet.
Other Currencies. If you will send other currencies (USD, GBP, etc) to the IBAN assigned to your Wallet it will be automatically converted to Euro 
Please Note: AMN will be added in the following weeks.
Be aware that for compliance reasons you can only deposit and withdraw Euro from a bank account on your name. Any transfer to and from an account on someone else's name will be rejected. Read our T&C for more details.
Update your Wallet and start using Euros within the Amon Wallet from now. 


Amon Wallet


Thanks for your support
The Amon Team

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  Virtual Portofolio
Posted by: Hugues - 2019-06-22, 11:03 PM - Forum: Bitcoin and Altcoin - Replies (9)

Today (2019/06/22) I have started a virtual portofolio to see how it performs counting from today.
I have started with a buy value of about $1000.
When I rebalance my portofolio it will be posted here.

DENT $440.17
BAT $259.19
LTC $142.19
ENJ $128.14

I used Cryptagon.io to create this portofolio

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  How to Detect Cryptocurrency Scams
Posted by: Carsten - 2019-06-22, 05:46 PM - Forum: General discussion - Replies (2)

Hi, I'm reading this book, and wanted to share this quote with you.

"How to Detect Cryptocurrency Scams Cryptocurrencies are in high demand as millions of people around the world become a part of the Cryptocurrency era. Of course, scammers are also taking advantage of digital currencies in attempts to lure unsuspecting victims into purchasing fake cryptocurrencies. Therefore, it is imperative to understand how to detect cryptocurrency scams. This section will share some practical tips that can help identify cryptocurrency scams. When considering a cryptocurrency, watch out for the following concerns: Check the blockchain: Every cryptocurrency is built on a blockchain technology. Knowing this can help to determine the authenticity of a cryptocurrency by asking what blockchain the digital currency is built on. For example, is it built on Bitcoin, or Ethereum, blockchain? If so, rest assured that the digital currency has some degree of legitimacy. Liquidity: If a digital currency is legitimate, it should be easy to liquidate, in other words, have the ability to be able to turn a digital currency’s commodity asset into other cryptocurrencies, or back to hard currency. A digital currency that lacks this attribute is far from legitimate. Function: The function of a digital currency also determines its legitimacy. The company behind a legitimate cryptocurrency will have a functional business plan, or model, through which the currency can be used to address a real-life problem and/or solve it. The Bitcoin and Ethereum blockchains have many uses for the creation of decentralized applications and smart contracts. Thus, these two important blockchain technologies are currently used to solve some real-life problems and have the potential to be used for solving even greater problems in the future. Digital currencies such as these that meet this requirement are therefore legitimate. The people behind it: This is another factor not to overlook. The people behind the creation of a cryptocurrency also determine the legitimacy of a digital currency. One should perform research to see if the people behind the currency have a track record of honesty, as well as flawless personal and economic records. They should never have been involved in any illegal businesses, such as Penny Auctions and Ponzi Schemes, and are both conservative and transparent in their dealings. Phishing impersonators: The cryptocurrency world is filled with impostors. Most of these impostors use social media to lure unsuspecting prey with offers that are intended to defraud them. Such impostors may offer a service, and then ask their potential target to give them their private keys to confirm the authenticity of their wallet. Once such confidential information has been released, these impostors will phish the private key and use that information to eventually scam an investor, even after gaining their coins. Under no circumstances reveal your private keys to anyone. A credible cryptocurrency company will never ask for private keys, unless the actual investor needs it to access their own account. Cryptocurrency-flipping scams This is another common cryptocurrency scam investors should guard against. If a cryptocurrency company asks to exchange your digital currency for money after an investor has paid the initial start-up fee for the currency, or if an investor is promised that an initial investment will be doubled overnight, caution is needed. Cryptocurrency pyramid schemes: This cryptocurrency scam is more difficult to identify than some of the other scams listed here. This difficulty in detection has made it more successful than the other scams. Scammers who use this technique often present themselves as cryptocurrency creators and promise high yields on investments, within a short period of time. They encourage investing in the digital currency as a multi-level business idea. They lure with the promise of turning a small investment into a goldmine by signing up more members for the business through referral links. In a short time, hundreds, or thousands, are lured into the scheme. The scammer then walks out on investors after fleecing them of their money. Detecting a cryptocurrency scam can be done by comparing any digital currency with the qualities listed above. If the digital currency meets these requirements, one can be reasonably certain it is a safe investment. It is always advisable to trade with care when investing in cryptocurrency. Ways to Protect Yourself As the saying goes, prevention is better than the cure. Here are some further warnings to heed to when considering investing in cryptocurrency: Social media and the Internet in general have scammers on the prowl. Exercise caution when presented with any cryptocurrency investment offer. Do not be tempted to jump at any offer. Instead, perform due diligence to arrive at a wise investment decision.  If a website offers you too-good-to-be-true cryptocurrency offers, do not be in a hurry to accept such offers. Remember, if it sounds too good to be true, it is probably not true.  Even when dealing with a credible cryptocurrency broker online, be on guard. Make certain it is both the right broker and an authentic one. A proliferation of imposters and fake websites are run by scammers.  When redirected to a website and asked to provide confidential information, such as a wallet address or private keys, this is, of course, a red flag. Instead of supplying such information, log out of the website and do not return.  Do not engage in any financial transactions involving cryptocurrency on social networks. If your gut tells you that you are dealing with a potential scammer, follow your instincts. That decision alone may prevent becoming a victim of an online scam.  Cryptocurrency investors can ward off potential scammers by implementing these tips. Ignoring these can lead to being scammed. An informed investor will avoid financial loss by playing it safe." (from "Blockchain: Discover the Technology behind Smart Contracts, Wallets, Mining and Cryptocurrency (including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Digibyte and Others)" by Abraham K White)

Start reading it for free: http://a.co/1CsTzCI

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