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Long John
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Re: Alt-Coins

Postby Long John » Wed Mar 28, 2018

Bucketeer wrote:You guys crack me up. I started this topic to keep you out of the Bitcoin topic.

Didn't work. But if you're nostalgic for a simpler time when it was just you and a couple other people posting the price of Bitcoin every few days, you could start a new topic and us riff-raff could stay out. Ask any genuine Bitcoin Bull: they're not laughing at alts. They understand the role that alts played in BTC's popularity. What's the first thing an alt-coin buyer must do? Buy Bitcoin.

We're actually a pretty small population of interested parties right now, compared to when BTC was on the moon, and that's only natural. But not as small as before it went there.

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Re: Alt-Coins

Postby Bucketeer » Wed Mar 28, 2018

John, you're right. I agree.
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Re: Alt-Coins

Postby BarsandStars » Wed Apr 11, 2018

meanwhile ONT is putting a nice little run together. Same with ELF and Verge...finally. Even Neo seems to be catching up
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Re: Alt-Coins

Postby Bucketeer » Tue Apr 17, 2018

Medium: Part A1: Fraudulent data provided on CoinMarketCap distorts entire crypto-currency market perception

https://medium.com/@coinmarketcapped/part-a1-fraudulent-data-provided-on-coinmarketcap-distorts-entire-crypto-currency-market-77e01f067b49
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Re: Alt-Coins

Postby SilverDoge » Fri Apr 20, 2018

Blockchain will be disrupting numerous industires:

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Re: Alt-Coins

Postby trapperrick » Fri Apr 20, 2018

silverpv wrote:
Preludedude wrote:
300Braveheart wrote:
BarsandStars wrote:
silverpv wrote:
trapperrick wrote:Is anyone looking Stellar (XLM) crypto? 
Dirt cheap at 0.18 cents. The most you can lose is 18 cents, :lol:


depends how much you buy!


Another gem in my portfolio that's down 50% :lol:

Down 50 cents for me, which is worse. If I ever make big money from cyptos it's not going to have been "easy money" by any means, HODL'ing through 80% "corrections".


It's easy money if you quit looking at the price daily...

I quit looking at the few altcoins I have. I'll check back in a year. I just hope I don't miss an opportunity to sell some of it, if it spikes....


Set sell limits ahead of time and find a nice chunk of btc or eth when you get back.


Anyobe notice the nice gain that XLM has made over the past week?
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Re: Alt-Coins

Postby Long John » Sat Apr 21, 2018

trapperrick wrote:Anyobe notice the nice gain that XLM has made over the past week?

Yup, Bitcoin and most of the alts including Stellar have enjoyed a very nice week, though they are seeing a 24-hour dip today (Saturday). They all have roughly the same chart line for the week. The market as a whole was rebounding until today.


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