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  2. metallica73

    NEO Price watch

    23rd August is the date that keeps being mentioned.... whether a BTC ETF gets approved in the US.... speculation is we dump if it doesn't so all of the above may be cheaper to pick up in a week. Or not... lol @Lubi29 that looks like my holdings NEO, ONT & VET!! Need to look into ELA.
  3. Lubi29

    NEO Price watch

    ELA fisrt airdrop tomorrow of BGX token. ONT is cheap as well. Bought few NEO, VET ,ONT and doubled my ELA last week. I'll wait week or two to invest new money if market don't go up too fast))
  4. Lea79

    NEO Price watch

    Neo is ridiculously cheap atm. I was debating on what to buy tomorrow. It was between neo, btc, ltc and eth. Think I’ll just stock pile more neo 😃.
  5. metallica73

    NEO Price watch

    Possibly, though I thought I read somewhere on reddit they had actually shelved that idea after listening to the community.
  6. Helpinghands

    NEO Price watch

    Could GAS be falling in demand due to the forthcoming fractional NEO?
  7. metallica73

    NEO Price watch

    I've also been adding some GAS too. The NEO/GAS ratio is at its lowest ever right now
  8. metallica73

    NEO Price watch

    Just posted this elsewhere but seeing as its relevant and no-one else is... then why the hell not lol Interesting post on the NEO reddit just now... this is the CMC chart from today, 1 year ago I'm not saying it is not going to dip even more, but right now NEO is ridiculously oversold in comparison to other coins* * Especially if you believe none of the fundamentals have changed
  9. metallica73

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    Interesting post on the NEO reddit just now... this is the CMC chart from today, 1 year ago I'm not saying it is not going to dip even more, but right now NEO is ridiculously oversold in comparison to other coins
  10. metallica73

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    There's a tendency to think when the market is up and up it'll just keep going and the reverse is true. There's very much a 'it'll go to zero' mood prevailing right now. I keep seeing tweets like - 'i'll need (insert coin) to 10x just to break even' but in crypto 10x in a bull run is nothing. We see it happen all the time. I don't really understand why NEO has slipped from 5th to 15th though. Infact 2 of the best projects i'm in NEO & VET have taken a 40% beating this last week, 10% more than most. Human nature is also remarkable. Back when we were shelling out $80-150 for NEO we had no problem with spending that, now people are holding back incase it goes even lower. It may take a couple of years building a position, and it may not be as strong a run next time but it will happen.
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  12. Lea79

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    I’m only in a small amount atm but it’s halved this wk. It’s crazy to think neo is only £11 atm!! These prices are what they were back when I started buyin in aug last yr of which I wish I’d bought more come Dec. Who knows when crypto will bounce back. Im with Metallica. I’m gonna buy more btc, eth, ltc and neo while it’s cheap and hold until the market recovers.
  13. metallica73

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    Yes, for sure I think we all got spoiled by the Dec/Jan crazy BTC climb. I think what has happened is Crypto has turned from a get rich quick profits play into a long term hold. Look at me being all clever getting back into NEO & VEN at $35 and $2.30 but in truth, it doesn't matter where you put your money you would be massively down. Like you I think its pointless to sell at a loss so i'm going to keep what I have and add steadily per month. I think the next 6 months i'm going to try and position myself in projects that I think will take off in the next bull run (whenever that is)
  14. CryptoChris

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    I am down a huge amount also, a life changing sum. Mum hinsight I should have withdrawn a little near the highs, it went up so quickly and I was even worried it wasn’t going up too fast. But you can’t change the past. I still believe crypto will go up again, but it might even take several years to go up again? If you look at historic bitcoin charts the same sort of price action has happened and then a few years later there is another bull run. So should we be buying more crypto now whilst it’s cheap? I am not sure what will happen in the future, but I think I will buy a little crypto each month, even if it’s £100 per month of NEO and hopefully it pays off in the future, I have pretty much lost everything I put into crypto in the first place so can’t really get much worse. It’s pointless to sell at such a loss, so I am holding and hopefing that NEO goes back up to £100+ a coin in the future.
  15. Has the bull market on crypto died, should we all have cashed out a bit earlier? Or is this an opportunity to buy more cheaper and hold long term?
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  17. a few days ago the town of plattsburg did a moratorium for miner bitcoin, its purpose to prevent consumption of all cheap electrical energy. because the city of plattsburg has only 104 megawatts of electricity supply every month. and if for mining it is not enough, and this is the first ban in the united states. and in the city of plattsburg also the cost of electricity very cheap, just 4.5 cents dollars. then yesterday the city of magog in canada also did a moratorium on crypto mining, they worry the electricity supply will be exhausted, and also electricity for crypto mining consumes more electricity supply than the company. whether there will be another moratorium after the two cities? and whether the moratorium inhibits crypto spreading and also disrupt the stability of the transaction system? and is there any other way to save electricity other than hydro miner?
  18. Free Signal channels are mostly Pumps and Dumps.. Any source for an insider signal/info?
  19. I myself experience those ridiculous fees they put up whenever we transact with bitcoin. I wonder will it ever go away? I think it wont as btc price soars up, it will also, as by the greed of people, they will keep on increasing the profit they can get with bitcoin. And it really is a pain in the ass that we need to pay that much money for the little service they put in.
  20. What with google, twitter, faceburg and whoever banning all the pump and dump coins it does appear to be having quite an impact on btc and other top crypto. I never got into all those ico as I looked at so many as scams and being the exact opposite of what btc was meant to be but this has changed things quite a bit. I'm not banging the drum saying btc is dead like I'm seeing all over the Internet lately (people have a lot of hate) but due to me not completely understanding the ico market entanglement with btc I misjudged
  21. If Facebook Can Be Worth Billions, Why Can't Cryptocurrencies?
  22. Anyone have experience buying realestate property by using Bitcoin??? Can anybody recommend escrow company from UAE to allow trade like that?
  23. In year 2136 the bounty will be 0.00000042 BTC per block. So now think how expensive those 40 years of mining will be, including tx fees; how much $$$ would running the current hashrate for 40 years cost? That would get you 1 bitcoin. Cutting out all the speculation and absurd pumping and dumping to smokescreen the core idea that the cost to mine 1 bitcoin is a fair indicator of what 1 bitcoin's minimum value is, it becomes clear that the absolute minimum value is capable of being a massive multiple of what it is now, even if nobody spent or sold one. BTC, or any crypto, floors at the cost to mine one: a conversion from electricity and infrastructure into "value tokens." If it costs me $1,000 to mine one, I would never sell it for less than $1,000. And then eventually it costs more than that, and so on. It is then a store of that expense. A token of that value. "Using it" is simply having it... mined or purchased. Adoption involves the fluidity of conversion and outlets of acceptance, sure, but essentially stating that the value will "never go up" is stating that cost of mining or hashrate will also "never go up." Both have gone up steadily. If you'd like to see the bubbles happening, look no further than the cost of mining vs the cost of bitcoin. Notice how it has never dropped under mid-scale mining costs, ever, in the history of BTC. Notice how 1/2 of all bitcoin was mined at or under a $50 valuation, when a couple hundred dollar ASIC could turn profit in a few months. 100% of strategies of diversifying or averaging were pointless since then, the most successful strategy was to convert as much fiat (via cash or mining resources, whichever is more efficient for you) to BTC. Right now estimates sre that it is around $5-6k to mine one bitcoin, and since hearing that figure the hashrate has jumped up ~15%. So unless you think the hashrate will double with the cost of mining halving, that means the baseline will follow suit to a substantial degree. So, yeah, some real advice? Don't pay more than a couple percent over the cost of mining for 1 btc unless you're prepared to wait.
  24. Trying to look at the current drama at a more macro level... and then raising the question of whether we are unintentionally creating bloatware? There has been a lot of grief lately from the development side regarding hot emotions and banning from whatever. Frankly, I could care less. Maybe I'm old, but this bad is so tame compared to the internet in the 90's. I mean... does anyone actually think this comes anywhere close to goatsy? But the question of why and where this is coming from is more important to me. What really bothers me, and has been for a while is that development has lately been really feeling like potential bloatware. All I really wanted was for the damn block limit to be increased like originally planned in 2010. So we get that done, and next thing I know there are planned updates twice a year, bitcoin cash tokens and god knows what else! Even if there was no worry about getting co-opted, this is just asking for trouble. When you mandate updates, it is human instinct to want to make something to put in that hole, and by scheduling them we are creating deadlines. Thereby adding a bunch more stress and drama for good reason at all.
  25. When I started investing in cryptocurrency I didn't understand anything about it as I am not extremely good with computers and I have zero knowledge about coding. I initially invested as I assume most do and that was to make a quick profit. However the more I studied blockchain technology the more I started to understand it, and it kept leading me back to Bitcoin. Once I had read the whitepaper a few times I was down the rabbit hole and was consumed with understanding it. What followed were months of trying to understand all the ins and outs of Bitcoin without having a solid understanding of cryptography. I gained knowledge but everything was still above my head when it came to the intricate details. It was then that I heard about the book The Bitcoin Standard. The book is absolutely perfect for anyone who is mildly interested in Bitcoin, it begins with teaching you how to understand money, what was first used for money and why that certain form of money either succeeded or failed. It then dives into economics, the two different kinds and why they are both fundamentally wrong, the amount of detail in these chapters is so easy to understand and leaves you with a solid understanding of why empires succeeded or were destroyed.
  26. I'm seeing responses to this selloff focus on the SEC's decision to postpone the ETF. People are saying things like "how is it possible that postponement of a decision can lead to a selloff like this? " I can't be the only person unsatisfied with the lack of a clear answer to that. Part of the answer I'm providing to myself is that there is more than one reason we are selling off right now. I'm entertaining the possibility that the SEC decision isn't even the most important factor in this selloff.
  27. Trumar

    Low/High

    No disrespect to you, but that does make me feel better that it’s not just me. lol. I’m the same I really thought that when my NEO was at £845 I said to myself that if I sell now I would miss out on loads more profit, 🤯🤯 everyday when I open me NEO wallet I keep hoping to see the price back to £845 lol. I just don’t understand why when there was loads of talk on the internet and the news channels about how well Crypto currencies where doing and then the arse drops out. I’ve been reading so many different people that are supposedly experts in Crypto and it don’t make me feel any better. I appreciate you chatting with me and for making me feel a lot better than before I had chatted with you. Thank you very much Trumar 🤩🤩😇😇😎
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