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vladickkahinnn

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Tell me, is staking complicated? I just recently started to deal with cryptocurrencies, in general, a beginner. I wonder if I can also connect to the staking of a new crypt or do I need some special knowledge and skills?
And does anyone know how much it will be possible in principle to earn on a new coin? Is there at least some info about this?
 
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And does anyone know how much it will be possible in principle to earn on a new coin? Is there at least some info about this?
A smart contract is a big plus. If it really will be used in a new crypt, the developers have real respect. This means that any online fraud will be absolutely impossible. Such a product can be trusted 100%! 👍
 

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A smart contract is a big plus. If it really will be used in a new crypt, the developers have real respect. This means that any online fraud will be absolutely impossible. Such a product can be trusted 100%! 👍
Recently, there has been virtually nothing worthy of new coins on the market. I really hope that the "mysterious" crypto, which everyone has been talking about so actively lately, will be worthy and will meet the expectations of many adherents of digital money.
 
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Recently, there has been virtually nothing worthy of new coins on the market. I really hope that the "mysterious" crypto, which everyone has been talking about so actively lately, will be worthy and will meet the expectations of many adherents of digital money.
Judging by the increasing number of discussions recently, the release of a new coin will take place in the near future. Staking + smart contracts is exactly what is now relevant for crypto enthusiasts. Let's see how everything will be in reality.
 

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Bitcoin : Permulaan EMAS?

Why Bitcoins Are Just Like Gold

By Alec Liu

King Tut's golden burial mask, via Bjørn Christian Tørrissen

Plenty of people still have a difficult time wrapping their heads around what bitcoin is or why it even has value, especially as the virtual cryptocurrency continues to scale record heights. How isn't this a Ponzi scheme, many have wondered?

A good way to look at it is to compare it to gold. What gives a shiny metal that doesn't have a whole lot of real utility--outside of jewelry and limited industrial use--any kind of real world value?

The only reason gold has value is because one day, way back when, long before recorded history, society simply decided that this yellowish precious metal should represent “money.” From that day forward--as that idea spread virally across the globe (or at least the small part of the planet then settled by homo sapiens)--gold came to be worth something in the eyes of the people.

As a representative (and thus store) of value, it became a universal intermediary between goods and services. This was the natural, inevitable economic evolution of the barter system. As it retained its value over time--and eventually throughout human history--gold gained cultural credibility. That’s the quick and easy answer.



Uninscribed Lydian coins made from electrum, a naturally occurring gold and
silver alloy, 6th century BCE. The first gold coins of the Grecian age were struck
in Lydia around 700 BC, via Wikimedia

Why the chemical element Au? There’s its obvious aesthetic qualities. But gold’s longevity comes from scarcity; its limited quantities were never able to keep up with demand. Since the beginning of human history, a total of 171,300 tonnes of gold have been mined.

As the human economy evolved, we'd eventually transition from gold to paper money, but up until the end of World War II, gold remained a fundamental piece of the financial system in the form of the gold standard, by which governments pegged the value of their printed currencies to amount of gold they owned.

After the war, the gold standard was partially abandoned with the establishment of Bretton Woods, yet the world system remained implicitly tied to it even as countries adopted the U.S. dollar as their reserve currency, being that the U.S. promised to maintain the price of gold at $35.

Then in 1971, due to the financial strains of the Vietnam War, President Nixon ended the direct convertibility of the dollar to gold, thus establishing the U.S. as a fiat currency, money that was backed only by the credibility of the U.S. government. No longer elementally linked to the modern economy, gold still kept its value as an investment asset, given its historic credibility and cultural relevance. Today, one ounce of gold is worth over $1600

Gold bars in Fort Knox. Most developed nations still keep significant gold reserves. (reddogreport.com)

Bitcoin, in its present form, has a stark resemblance to gold. Both are backed by no one. Both are, relative to fiat currency, inconvenient for day to day use. Your gold coins or bitcoins (yet) won’t do much good at the grocery store. Both lack intrinsic value. If the apocalypse arrived tomorrow, your gold and BTC won’t help you survive against the zombies. Both have value only because society has confidence that they will maintain said value over time.

Bitcoin, of course, has been around only since 2009, so it doesn’t have the same kind of long term credibility. But the supply of bitcoins, like gold, are also constrained, built into its elegant mathematical model. There’s hard limit of 21 million bitcoins to be mined, which is predetermined to be reached during the year 2140. So as bitcoin demand and adoption continue to outpace its supply, its price will increase in lockstep.



So why bitcoin? Because bitcoin is gold on steroids, designed for a society that lives through the internet. Bitcoin is designed with the ideals of the contemporary cyber movement in mind: decentralization, peer to peer, cryptography. Easily transferable in ones and zeros, it’s a storage of value for a virtual society. As a payment system, it's a temporal store of money that can be easily sent across the globe securely and speedily without counterparty risk. No matter the price of bitcoin, these benefits will always give it purpose. With bitcoin trading over $60, its market capitalization is approaching $700 million.

Bitcoin exchange rate :

100 Bitcoin = 5,500 USD

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With this app you always have your Bitcoins with you, in your pocket! You can send payments simply by scanning a QR-code or by touching two phones together (NFC). Bitcoin Wallet is designed to be easy to use and reliable, while also being secure and fast.

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Nota : Apps ni akan synchronize dengan KOD HITAM PUTIH (QR CODE) yang tengah menular sekarang.. dah ready belum?
This is a wonderful forum.
If what is in the quote is true.
I think that the application is good.
I have to download it and start training and trading in BTC
It's all about investment.
Am glad been a member of Roy club Africa today and Carigold.
This is good
 
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Yesterday, at one of the forums, I again saw the Old about this new coin, which will be kind of cool and with the ability to earn as in a prism. When will these rumors turn into something more detailed? Does anyone have infa? I’m eager to find out more!
 

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Yesterday, at one of the forums, I again saw the Old about this new coin, which will be kind of cool and with the ability to earn as in a prism. When will these rumors turn into something more detailed? Does anyone have infa? I’m eager to find out more!
I saw a lot of information on new forums on foreign forums, so 100% is not just rumors. Fast, safe, with staking and blah blah blah, but the specifics are not enough. If suddenly someone somewhere sees a link to their whitepaper, throw here plzzz - read, discuss.
 
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I saw a lot of information on new forums on foreign forums, so 100% is not just rumors. Fast, safe, with staking and blah blah blah, but the specifics are not enough. If suddenly someone somewhere sees a link to their whitepaper, throw here plzzz - read, discuss.
I watch passions run high on a new coin))) I think very soon some interesting details will appear about how and most importantly HOW MUCH you can earn there)))). They say that a cool chip and quite profitable. So what are waiting
 

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I watch passions run high on a new coin))) I think very soon some interesting details will appear about how and most importantly HOW MUCH you can earn there)))). They say that a cool chip and quite profitable. So what are waiting
When will this new crypto with staking come out? A new way of earning right now would not hurt. Even if not very big, but stable. In the current quarantine situation, many were left without work at all, so any income will not be superfluous! If everything will be as everyone writes - there will simply be a brain takeaway!
 

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When will this new crypto with staking come out? A new way of earning right now would not hurt. Even if not very big, but stable. In the current quarantine situation, many were left without work at all, so any income will not be superfluous! If everything will be as everyone writes - there will simply be a brain takeaway!
As I heard, the main feature of the new crypto is some kind of advanced staking on a smart contract (no one had done this before) in combination with super-speed and no commission. And that it will be not only profitable, but also safe in terms of losses. IMHO everything looks too good to be true. 🙂
 
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