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A new paypal is born: Stellar
#11
Six months ago I was telling some friends to buy Stellar when it was less than 2 cents.

Unfortunately I reserved my own funds for business expenses. 

Well guess what? If I had followed my own advice back then, Stellar Lumens would be my business.

One thing to be careful about is that the vast majority of Lumens are undistributed, so prices are unlikely to sky-rocket beyond 10x from its current high until there is far more distribution (at least 90 per cent). There is always going to be heavy downward pressure as stellar give away billions of lumens over the next few years. 

I am a supporter of stellar both as an organisation and lumens as an investment, but I'd like to think that most people who buy lumens are doing so to support the mission rather than to make quick profits, because this is one crypto that has a worthwhile cause.
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#12
It looks like someone who does not understand the volativity phenomena... And is obviously (and understandably) mad because he "lost" 7 BTC! Which is a big amount of money. That being said every coin is manipulated on some point. TRX, by example, is maintained around 0.10 for a reason... probably some pump and dump scheme by some big owner of the coin. Being a Hodler in the cryptoworld need a great deal of faith in a coin, because when you have 7BTC gains... well, personnally I would have take the profit way before (like at 5BTC)... I guess all strategy is good as long as it makes you happy.
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#13
Sad to lose 7btc - a lot of money for most people. I would have been out of there long before though!
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#14
IBM To Use Stellar For Its First Crypto-Token On A Public Blockchain

Developed in partnership with carbon credits startup Veridium Labs Ltd., the "verde” tokens will be issued on the Stellar blockchain, and are designed to give enterprises that pollute the environment a way to offset that damage by supporting a patch of Indonesian rainforest. While carbon credits in their own right are not new, the process of tracking the full extent of one’s pollution, then providing assurance that the money was actually used to replenish the environment is both time-consuming and opaque.

Klee says this "public, permissoined" model is what allows IBM and Veridium to create a market for the buying and selling of the tokenized carbon credits that will also be restricted to participants in accordance with regulatory requirements. To facilitate that permissioning while still capitalizing on Stellar’s public blockchain, IBM manages nine nodes on the Stellar blockchain.
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#15
funny you say that. Yesterday I sent a larger amount fiat to an exchange to buy more Stellar and other coins.
Cardano is the most promising 3 gen. crypto right now.


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#16
I’m curious, what other coins?
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#17
(2018-05-17, 06:50 AM)Cell Wrote: I’m curious, what other coins?

Ripple, Cardano and maybe LiteCoin, Verge, Waves... not sure yet Cell
Cardano is the most promising 3 gen. crypto right now.


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