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Trading / [Discution] new exchange
« on: April 15, 2019, 04:53:54 AM »
I saw a lot of new exchanges launching their ico tokens to open their exchange.
What do you think about that? Is something like this good or not, because now there are many large exchanges and have a large volume

Crypto Discussion / what are people doing?
« on: January 26, 2019, 12:32:14 PM »
THIS IS SO INTERESTING TO ME!!! so whats the word??
what are people doing?
HODL?? PANIC SELLING?? COMMENT BELOW I'm curious as to what everyone is doing during the current CRYPTO LANDSLIDE??? LET ME KNOW!!

Crypto Discussion / How should i invest in altcoins
« on: January 26, 2019, 12:31:23 PM »
There has recently been a lot of hype about altcoins and how they will grow in the future, how is investing in them optimum for good results. Altcoins like humaniq, LALA World, Wala are my main targets for the portfolio.

Trading / My analysis of Altcoin in Coinmarketcap
« on: January 26, 2019, 12:28:20 PM »
If I see the movement of the altcoin marketcap,
I am sure it will take a long time for altcoin to defeat BTC in the coinmarketcap,
just look at how the altcoin is developing, the price is still following BTC, when BTC goes down another altcoin meal will follow it, and I think it will take a long time to beat BTC.
maybe the only way to beat BTC is how to keep the price from participating in BTC and stand alone without following BTC.

its been a while since i started syincing my btc full node.
according to many online forums and Jamson Loop tweets it should take a couple days for a full node to fully sync. with my cnfiguration its been two weeks
 24/7  and i'm still 3 weeks behind.
i put my Dbcache to 2000mb and my internet connection its over 15mb/s so why its so slow? what else can i do? i'm worried that the problem its my low speed hard disk that is a normal 1TB maxtor not an ssd. but i'm not sure of it!

second question: since i'm syincing my blockchain on a windows device what will i have to do to migrate it on a linux OS?
i guess that i will have to move that "blockchain" folder in the /home/.bitcoin/bitcoin folder can you confirm?
third question: i will have to prune the blockchain so my plan its to prune it and then migrate it on a linux OS. my plan its this:
1 turn off the node
2 migrate the pruned chain on the right folder of the new hardware
3 open the config file and set prune= my actual setup plus migrate the wallet.dat file
4 run bitcoind.
can you confirm my plan?

I am looking for some old wallet.dat file from 2009 -2010 for understanding some technical things and difference between the changes as of now. Can someone provide me  or possibly private keys of some wallet files of that time with some trannsactions and obviously zero final balance.

I started a new wallet Electrum. He generated me a bunch of addresses. I do not see any of these addresses in

Here is an example:

Help me please!

Trading / Problems with Localbitcoin or Paxful?
« on: January 21, 2019, 08:43:21 AM »
We are a small team of top traders On Localbitcoin and Paxful ready to try something new!!

The last couple of years have seen a drastic change and had a negative impact on the way us Top Traders have been treated. Customer service is lacking, undecided disputes, accounts banned for no reason given and lost funds to scammers. No action is being taken!

We are taking this power back. We know the revenue generated for these sites are because of our trading volume and they just seem to "take the money and run". We are left dealing with untrained admins to deal with complex trade issues that just copy and paste preset communication content to answer our questions. We are cut off from any real moderator/admins that have the ability to actually get stuff done! Why wait for days or even weeks to get something done just because they say they are to busy to help you and you've been a Top Trader for years?

We are creating this new trade site with the traders best interests in mind. Better and more responsive customer support, safety first trade practices and policies, and quick efficiency on scamming reports so hopefully we can recover some funds...

If you are a long time trader on Localbitcoin or Paxful feel free to respond with input or ask for contact info if you would like to be involved in this site venture.


Trading / Tape Reading Works !! Quite well!
« on: January 21, 2019, 08:42:28 AM »
Initially I thought volume studies would not work in this decentralized market. But to my surprise they work very well. I think even better than the stock market, futures and commodities, and the reason is because by being decentralized players do not need to bluff in their orders, leaving everything clean.

Tape reading works and brings interesting results.

Here is the analysis of Times & Sales and the book of offers:

Big purchases with recomposition of sales offers or big sales with recomposition of purchase offers, are absorptions, probably a turning point in the market.

Big orders are protections for entrances, your stop should be beyond them.

Speed ​​of orders and recompositions mean urgencies. Here the difference between the common analysis of the other markets and the analysis of this market. As there are several markets with the same product, urgency should be measured by the speed of ticks and not by volume.

But the volume is still a big piece of the puzzle.

Volumes of identical and sequential orders are probably from the same player.

Large volumes that do not carry the price are likely to close positions.

Do not let the movements of the tape fascinate you. Be technical and align with the chart for the best performance points.

Good luck

Trading / Comparing the current crypto market to a vegan diet
« on: January 21, 2019, 08:41:50 AM »
Look letís face it the current crypto market is like a male being forced onto a vegan diet.  The crypto market is bleeding...and the male brain is surviving on lettuce leaves. The male brain works better when meat is eaten on a regular basis. The male feels more masculine, and more inclined to take risks, and the blood pumps more oxygen to the brain due to the iron in the meat. The crypto world is dominated by males, so eat your meat, take your risks and be a man, not a scared little school girl crying in the corner.  Feed the man meat and we might just see the whole crypto market explode to new all time highs.  Go Canyacoin CAN

Crypto Discussion / Upfiring will be the best dapp of 2019
« on: January 20, 2019, 07:00:25 AM »
The dapp just released and it's flawless. It's incentivized torrenting that rewards seeders. The devs just quietly released the developer version of the application:

There will likely be much more hype around the project in the next few months when the official version releases, especially with BitTorrent/Project Atlas pursuing a similar but somewhat different idea with BitTorrent token. People have been posting files on the discord ( and on the forums (, but there are some underground places to get them as well. You don't have to own the token (UFR) to use the dapp and upload/seed files, you only need UFR to decrypt other seeder's files if you want to access them. Try it out. Absolutely a dapp/project worth looking into if you don't know anything about it.

Crypto Discussion / Low supply coins and Ico
« on: January 20, 2019, 06:56:16 AM »
Hello, can you suggest me some coins o ICO with a low total supply in circulation?

I think getting some of these when the price it's still low, could be a good point

Crypto Discussion / Why hold ethereum
« on: January 20, 2019, 06:55:05 AM »
If I could pick one crypto that suits for holding, that would be ethereum. Do you agree that this one is good for a holder ?

 It's more established than other alts in the market and  companies are adopting it.

Trading / Get rid of those Bags
« on: January 19, 2019, 03:39:37 AM »
Lets face it anyone on this forum for over a year has at least 1 bag.

Whats a bag? Some newcomers might ask, well a bag is what we refer to when
we buy tokens for some bright new shining project but those tokens turn out to
be tarnished useless things. We hold the bag of tokens in the hope that one day
that failed project rises from the ashes and becomes the great shining revelation.

We all know deep down that its not going to happen as we see the token value
slide like a long burning candle.

My thoughts are to trade those bags back into the Bitcoin fountain where they can
be shaped back into something which will see a rise in value.

Cut the losses and move on.

Trading / Average down and relax...
« on: January 19, 2019, 03:38:05 AM »
When I first started to invest I used to panic whenever the market dropped by a few dollars, now I've started to enjoy the drops. It provides an ideal opportunity to average down, something I really should have learned about earlier, but glad I did eventually. For those who don't know what 'averaging down' is, it is buying more coins (in this example anyway, but works in exactly the same way with regular stocks) when the price drops to bring down your average buying price, therefore lowering the price at which you can cash in a profit. Using Bitcoin as an example...

1. Bought 1 BTC at $18,000 back in January (aaaarrrgggghh, unlucky...)
2. Price of Bitcoin drops to $9,000 (aaaarrrggghhh, why me...) - your $18,000 of Bitcoin is now only worth $9,000 and you cannot make any profit until it gets back above $18,000 - or can you??
3. Buy 1 BTC at $9,000 (clever, buy the sh*t out of that dip) - your average price paid for 1 BTC is now 'only' $13,500
4. Cash in profit at any point above $13,500 (champagne corks popping)

Obviously there are additional factors to work into this, as it would normally be worth making more than one extra purchase as the price drops to get a better average and to cover any sudden bounces back up, but it definitely makes market drops easier to swallow. It also emphasises the need to not put all your eggs in one basket and make sure you have the funds to buy 'if' (translates in cryptospeak as 'when') the market falls. Deciding when you make these averaging down purchases is the key, as no-one has unlimited funds to keep buying more if the market keeps dropping, but plenty of research and use of technical analysis will go a long way to helping pick out buy points

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