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(2018-03-20, 06:12 PM)cta102 Wrote: MNX $31.51..what a stable coin!!

My parking done Thursday and will be on 11.3% Sad

wow up another $1..to   $32.76
I believe MNX is getting some stability now.
It goes a up a few dollars, it goes down a few dollars, but the average on weekly basis is mostly up.
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Yes the trend now is up. Volume is also okay. We will see if it hits $1000
Cardano is the most promising 3 gen. crypto right now.


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$1000 wow I would settle for $995 Smile
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I wait until $1000 Big Grin
Cardano is the most promising 3 gen. crypto right now.


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(2018-03-20, 10:12 PM)Carsten Wrote: I wait until $1000 Big Grin

What an optimism! Shy
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Here is an new video from the CEO on the price projection of MNX going forward. The link was just posted on the MinexForum today. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JQvs_4c39cs

Some interesting points...

1, The initial target for price was $20 at the end of the 90 day MinexBank trial as worked out the algorithm. It actually ended about $22.50
2. The Memorandum 2 for the Bank projects growth of 85% by October 15 this year which is a price about $41.50. This is annualized 120% increase
3. Most interesting is they are maintaining the 5% downside part of the algorithm, but have eliminated the 5% upside as part of the bank algorithm..so essentially 5% down and unlimited up

wow..120% annual growth and at least currently 70% interest on the annual but higher monthly interest
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Video is in Russian, so thanks for explaining CTA!
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(2018-03-24, 10:55 AM)Carsten Wrote: Video is in Russian, so thanks for explaining CTA!

There is subtitling on the video. The translation is not perfect but you can follow what he tries to explain.
I feel very happy with this new memorandum.
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