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Binance Accused of $9M+ Being Laundered On Its Exchange

15 Sep 2020 Abhimanyu Krishnan

16 September 2020
Lol thanks for the read but Zaif is literally a joke. Not that I am by any means a fan on Binance but Zaif lost users funds now want someone else to compensate them for it. What a laugh.

Crypto Browsers Comparison: Brave vs CryptoTab vs Netbox

18 May 2020 papaPutra

03 June 2020
Well, using Browser mining requires your computer CPU to run extra hard...all the time. This burns out and reduces the overall lifespan of the computer, drastically. Additionally, your computer will also consume additional power as it is constantly running (which is an extra hidden cost). Unless you have an actual specialized mining rig (which even then is a risky investment) the costs of having to replace the computer and the energy consumed will never put you in the green for mining. Time opportunity is another hidden cost. This varies greatly on how you value your time, but expect depreciated performance on your laptop/computer that you are mining on. Webpages load slower, videos don't buffer, etc. I should make it clear that I am not only talking about CryptoTab and I only selected it because I have never heard of Netbox (from the review it doesn't seem to be trusted anyways) and Brave is not a browser miner.

Why you should consider investing in NANO in the long term future ! No fees and instant transactions.

24 May 2020 Djordi

25 May 2020
Business boosts are pretty straight forward. Currently businesses pay large amounts of fee's in order to settle transactions with Visa and Debit companies and huge hinderance to Bitcoins current adoption by bigger companies has been that it is slow, expensive, and volatile. Nano can solve this by eliminating payment processor fees and allowing these companies to accept cryptocurrency payments that are settled instantly and with 0 fees attached. This also minimizes the risk of volatility by parties on either side and once the market grows enough will eventually become a non-issue. Nano works how people that know nothing about cryptocurrency expect Bitcoin to work.

What if Satoshi actually sent those bitcoins?

22 May 2020 Dzoelx

24 May 2020
I can respect that, I personally just think there is a very low probability of him actually emerging (Bitcoin has been fairly successful minus the SoV narrative that has bottlenecked development) , but if the circumstances are right there is always the chance it could happen.

What if Satoshi actually sent those bitcoins?

22 May 2020 Dzoelx

24 May 2020
I honestly think there is a good probability it could be Satoshi. They say you can distinguish who mined different blocks in the early days and the main argument that it is not him is that this block was mined from a different setup than Satoshi's. However, this discounts the fact that Satoshi has yet to be discovered (that we know of). It is then fair to assume he is also smart enough to be mining on multiple setups in the early days in order to: 1) Increase the networks security 2) Have coins he is able to move without triggering any alerts to his "core" genesis wallets. For all we know, he never really quit mining Bitcoin. They updated the code to make mining setups indistinguishable and the day he decided the immortalize the Satoshi persona he could have also got new setups to mine undetected. I think Satoshi is alive and well watching his project grow. However, if he ever decides that it has has strayed to far from the original vision will emerge in order to alter the crypto space. I don't think that even right now Satoshi would want to emerge if he deemed Bitcoin a failed project because of how detrimental is would be to cryptocurrencies growth in general. This could be some of the Bitcoins he is getting to from his "alt" mining setups. I don't know though thats just me rambling, however, I think we can all agree who it didn't move these coins. Overall good article though thanks for the read!

Selling pressure for Litecoin

21 May 2020 Cryptonite

22 May 2020
I used to really like Litecoin. It does what it is suppose to do. However, I am concerned about the centralization that appears to exists. I faintly remember back in 2018 when an anonymous whale emerged that controls an estimated 60% or more of the total circulating supply. Not very good for a top cryptocurrency and makes a person wonder about Bitcoin and its centralization. Thanks for the price analysis

Massive 800% Increase in Bitcoin Transaction Fees - But Why?

18 May 2020 Hooked2TheChain

19 May 2020
Very true indeed. Would love to see how Nano could handle a network attack. From my understanding though in order to attack its network, attackers actually required holding at least 51% of the coins in circulation (which also from my understanding, would be difficult to acquire without making the price go hyperbolic)

Massive 800% Increase in Bitcoin Transaction Fees - But Why?

18 May 2020 Hooked2TheChain

19 May 2020
Now we just wait for users/consumers to discover Nano. Just imagine; feeless...instant...ecofriendly transactions, almost like a what everyone envisions/expects a world wide medium of exchange cryptocurrency should be...

Crypto Browsers Comparison: Brave vs CryptoTab vs Netbox

18 May 2020 papaPutra

18 May 2020
Honestly, I truly recommend not to use CryptoTab. The amount of bitcoin you will earn (unless you are a truly successful affiliate) will never come close to the amount required to replace your computer from the damage caused by mining.

Matic Network Contact Tracing App (Tracy) & Bill Gates Cryptocurrency Patent W060606 – COVID 19 H.R. 6666 Bill (TRACE)

18 May 2020 Perry1

18 May 2020
Interesting project however, I feel like every day we are coming closer to a true Orwellian Society

What is KYC and why the global crypto community needs user identification?

15 May 2020 Crypto_MD

16 May 2020
Good article thanks for the read. I personally hate KYC and how it is becoming more and more required with everything a person tries to do in crypto. There are very few projects that I myself would trust with any of my Data and and that extends to basically only Project/Companies that are operating within my own National Jurisdiction. Why would I trust my PI with some Company that operates within the Grey Area of the law internationally? It just doesn't make sense, and as history has shown, these companies cannot adequately protect your data and lots of the time are just farming it to sell for nefarious purposes on different markets. I have also had projects use and implements KYC without notice then use it as an excuse to withhold funds. So basically you are required to submit your documents to some shady company in order get your money back when you deposited it under the pretence that there was no KYC and it would not ever be required. Coss, Crypto-Bridge, Dropil, and the list goes on in the Crypto Space...its a sad excuse to hold crypto users hostage for there information (which they know there is a high chance you will never submit due to lack of trust). I totally agree, a big part of cryptocurrency has always been the ability to interact anonymously in a trustless environments and we live in a world where any information you share can and will be used against you at some point. Blockchain analysis already exists however, I prefer not to make it easy and i think that there should be more resistance put fourth by the crypto community on this part.

Max Kaiser: people with low income should buy bitcoin every day

14 May 2020 Kluma

14 May 2020
So much this. I would gladly buy crypto every day with my left over coffee money and spare change, but there really is not any feasible options available to slowly inject increments of money into crypto over time.

Coinbase Goes Down Again During $10K to $8K Dip

11 May 2020 Abhimanyu Krishnan

12 May 2020
Coinbase is actually the worst. Except for being an entry fiat exchange to buy your cryptocurrency on (which there are multiple other options now), there is no other reason to actually stay on the platform.

McAfee wrote about the Russian blockchain project. Who are they?

11 May 2020 Kluma

11 May 2020
Not directly, but as the article shows, the coin is currently in its ICO phase on LAToken Exchange. Same as you, I don't touch anything he recommends with a ten foot pole. Guys a clown...a rich clown...but still a clown.

6 Explosive Altcoins to Watch in the Next Months

18 Apr 2020 Crypto Adventure

20 April 2020
There was literally no sudden change of opinion. You are clearly delusional and over invested into LINK. The whole fact of the matter of this whole debate is that 650,000,000 coins are left unlisted from CMC and are not by any legal means bound by anything to not be dumped on the market besides "trust" that the team won't. The coins are by every definition "circulating". SO IT IS MISLEADING SO SHOW THE CIRCULATING SUPPLY AS 350,000,000 WHEN IT IS REALLY 1,000,000,000. That is all and my last reply. Have a good life fan boi

6 Explosive Altcoins to Watch in the Next Months

18 Apr 2020 Crypto Adventure

20 April 2020
Lmao. Single coin zeolot? You don't know my philosophy or level of crypto understanding buddy. Have good life done with some brainwashed shill.

6 Explosive Altcoins to Watch in the Next Months

18 Apr 2020 Crypto Adventure

20 April 2020
Chainlink wants to set in between things like Ethereum and Data so they can act as a intermediary to sell the data on Ethereum. But Corporations already have widespread adoption of Hyperledger. Hyperledger can directly interface with Ethereum now and Merkle tree's can be used to prove the data's legitimacy. All this without a centralized coin ie LINK. Vitalik attempted to explain this to but Sergey Nazarov is a soft brain and just responded "makes sense"

6 Explosive Altcoins to Watch in the Next Months

18 Apr 2020 Crypto Adventure

19 April 2020
1) I know this, my most invested coin is neither. Thanks for the useless information. 2) The second you said XRP you lost me. Another shtcoin in the space that is owned by banks and the team to be dumped on the masses. 3) Ok? And that has relevance to what? I guess to your point #5 that the coins were pre-mined which refers to point #4 where you contradict yourself calling them unminted? Which is it then. They are either in circulation, have been pre-mined and are listed as development funds (ie: required to be listed on CMC in order to quit fooling the masses) or they aren't and the tokens havn't been minted yet and are not circulating because they don't exist yet. 6) Internet karma points have literally nothing to do with legitimacy of the information

6 Explosive Altcoins to Watch in the Next Months

18 Apr 2020 Crypto Adventure

19 April 2020
As far as IBM and their supposed "partnerships", heres Vitalik himself nerd speaking Sergey about why his business model is basically useless and can already be performed by Ethereum. Enjoy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FdiJCvYfVHQ&t=2001s

6 Explosive Altcoins to Watch in the Next Months

18 Apr 2020 Crypto Adventure

19 April 2020
Sigh. Not true. The coins that do not use PoW are PoS and coins are minted by people staking coins towards the network. The new coins are then created or minted and are not existing already. With Chainlink these coins already exist and are held by the team (2/3 of the supply) for them to distribute to Node holders. These coins are not bound to blockchain cryptography of new coin mintage. They exist and are held by 'trust' that they will not be dumped on the existing holders. GGs you played yourself. https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/g2cswj/chainlink_is_the_most_overvalued_cryptocurrency/

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