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    One way to pump ETH


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    vechain whitepaper dropped today, ~120 pages

    https://cdn.vechain.com/vechainthor_...er_en_v1.0.pdf

    im quietly excited for the mainnet ...

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    Hey has anyone here tried www.mycryptosaver.com ?

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    so is this little fad dead now?

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    stacrafty wrote:
    so is this little fad dead now?
    A bit more than normal yep! Not sure what normal is anymore lol


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    Only more than normal because it was pumped so high. Bitcoin has been declared 'dead' so many times been that it holds little weight.

    Still in the green and waiting to top up

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    I've been working on some masternode coins myself. MCT, MDEX and a little bit of XMN and MANO as high-risk, low-expectation gambles.

    Minex is taking a punt at putting out a card. IMO that's make-or-break for them. If they do a LTC and back out after making a big hoopla I doubt anyone will take it seriously again.

    Everything else is just sitting quietly in the corner waiting for stuff to happen.

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    waiting for bradc to show up, then it's time to buy

    somebody will get this

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    looking to buy around $200nz of ETH
    msg me!

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    Predictions on bitcoin price by the end of this year?

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    this makes for some interesting reading

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/...ectid=12110743

    I think its ridiculous people who never have an interest in investing ever come in with bitcoin, get in on the upside, think they know what they are doing, leverage up, and then get cleaned up

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    Timmi wrote:
    waiting for bradc to show up, then it's time to buy

    somebody will get this
    Off you go then.

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    stacrafty wrote:
    this makes for some interesting reading

    https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/...ectid=12110743

    I think its ridiculous people who never have an interest in investing ever come in with bitcoin, get in on the upside, think they know what they are doing, leverage up, and then get cleaned up
    I guess it's exacerbated by the Bitcoin story. Which sounds wonderful, as long as you're in the dark.

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    I don't think they're resourced well enough to chase this.

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    I'm inclined to agree, but I'm concerned that somehow I should be paying tax for crypto I haven't even pulled out into Fiat

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    Infuriation wrote:
    I'm inclined to agree, but I'm concerned that somehow I should be paying tax for crypto I haven't even pulled out into Fiat
    It's consistent with the current Australian treatment (although apparently that's being revised, so stay tuned) whereby you are expected to account for capital gains/losses with every transaction/exchange

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    Infuriation wrote:
    I'm inclined to agree, but I'm concerned that somehow I should be paying tax for crypto I haven't even pulled out into Fiat
    Want to sell me some eth ?

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    Anyone here still using cryptopia? Thinking of converting my doge to some other crypto, is it safer through cryptopia?

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    harshsmith wrote:
    Anyone here still using cryptopia? Thinking of converting my doge to some other crypto, is it safer through cryptopia?
    I've used it and know people that work for them, was a good experience and very safe to use imo

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    No complaints about security or functionality from me. Just pays to be aware of the fees to make sure the trade you're looking to do is worthwhile.

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    Quick question guys, I've been trying to get into cloudmining but the thing is I lack info on that topic. Yesterday I looked though a 2018 review of cloud mining services here https://cloudminingpro.net/ and noticed that most profitable coin according to predictions is bitcoin. I actually assumed that bitcoin is not the best choice since the recent crushes. Who is right and should I trust that information?

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    If cloud mining was profitable the companies selling the service would just mine...


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    nzskater wrote:
    If cloud mining was profitable the companies selling the service would just mine...
    Bitmain is.

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    stacrafty wrote:
    so is this little fad dead now?
    I would assume so yes considering the way cryptos are plumetting. .com bubble 2.0.