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Crypto Discussion / We can travel with BTC !
« on: July 01, 2017, 08:55:52 AM »
https://news.bitcoin.com/smiling-albino-destination-management-company-accepts-bitcoin-for-luxury-travels-in-southeast-asia/

The Southeast Asian travel agency, Smiling Albino, announced they would begin accepting bitcoin for payment on August 1. The company is based out of Bangkok, Thailand. They work with clients to provide specialized and tailored traveling throughout Southeast Asia. They will accept bitcoin transactions for organizing customized travels in Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos and Myanmar. The destination management company has been providing these luxury travel services for about 15 years.

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Crypto Discussion / Re: Securing your wallet
« on: June 29, 2017, 08:04:38 AM »
Firstly, yuo shoul be careful with online services. You should be wary of any service designed to store your money online. Many exchanges and online wallets suffered from security breaches in the past and such services generally still do not provide enough insurance and security to be used to store money like a bank

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I don't say Bacor is a scam. But I would not invest in it.Nobody knows how big is the market cap (1 million, 1 billion?). Why on earth do they make a secret market cap?

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Crypto Products & Services / Re: Cryptoforecast APP launched!
« on: June 29, 2017, 07:57:03 AM »
Hmm... This is pretty suspicious offer.

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Last week, CoinDesk reported that the technology arm of Chinese web insurer ZhongAn was developing a blockchain platform.

Not for insurance, though, as you might expect. This one will help track the provenance of chicken.

While this marks a first for the Chinese company (partially owned by Alibaba, Tencent and insurance giant Ping An), the launch will join a growing list of blockchain projects aimed at improving China's food safety record.

Over the past few years, the country has been hit by a series of scandals involving contaminated produce and supply chain fraud, and initiatives to improve the industry's reputation are emerging from a broad range of public and private entities.

This particular project, though, is especially intriguing, not only for its potential impact on agriculture, but also because of its timing.

What do you know else about Blockchain in China?

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Yes, they will, but in what way it can be possible? ???

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Crypto Discussion / Re: Do I need a bitcoin wallet to buy a bitcoins?
« on: June 29, 2017, 06:24:26 AM »
You can buy bitcoins from either exchanges, or directly from other people via marketplaces.
You can pay for them in a variety of ways, ranging from hard cash to credit and debit cards to wire transfers, or even with other cryptocurrencies, depending on who you are buying them from and where you live.

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I hope so very much. ETH is much more advantaged.

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Crypto Discussion / ICOs: Why There's More Than One Way
« on: June 28, 2017, 08:49:01 AM »

Features  •  Investments  •  Initial Coin Offerings  •  Markets News
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Pascal Leblanc is a distributed ledger technology strategic advisor for financial services clients at global professional services firm EY.

In this opinion piece, Leblanc discusses alternative approaches to initial coin offerings (ICOs), putting forth a new model that could potentially mitigate the price volatility of tokens.

Initial coin offerings (ICOs) are dramatically increasing in popularity.

According to CoinDesk data, from January to the end of May, 2017, ICOs attracted $327m in capital, a figure that surpasses the amount raised in VC deals for the same period.

This makes sense. As a new alternative to crowdfunding, ICOs provide a way for project creators to acquire money for their operations in exchange for cryptocurrency tokens related to their project.

Investors from around the globe are starting to notice this new capital raising model, and we're also beginning to understand that it involves three major milestones:

Initial investments in the project in exchange for tokens
The listing of those tokens on an open market of exchanges
The sale of those tokens by project creators in the secondary market to maximize returns.
Yet, the fact that the market price is largely driven by the speculation on those secondary markets makes the value of the token highly volatile. This is precisely why most investors are choosing cryptocurrencies, as they are looking for a high-risk, high-reward investment.

However, on the other hand the volatility can be an issue for users of the token. According to TechCrunch, "the largest barriers to mainstream adoption is the price volatility of cryptocurrencies." That being said, investors and users don’t necessarily have their interests aligned.

This doesn't mean ICOs must be driven by speculation. I believe the current model to be a good one for certain projects, but I don't feel like this model is a one-size-fits-all. Some projects may require more stability, more control and more governance.

So, what do yuo think about?

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They use it, but not very often, I think. And it really depends on the country.

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This is like a gold rush: maybe you stake the right claim and get rich, maybe you just invest in a hill full of sand.😒

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Crypto Discussion / Re: WOW!
« on: June 27, 2017, 03:43:06 AM »
Good. Some interpretations of the law says that if you purchase something directly by bitcoin in Poland, you dont have to pay capital gains tax.

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It's possible! It is interesting how the events unfold further ;)

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Crypto Discussion / Re: Chineese Blockchain
« on: June 24, 2017, 08:56:57 AM »
Wow! I think, it's very useful expierence for China.

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