Bitcoin vs. Coin: Which Will Have Most Success in 2014?

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Bitcoin vs Onecoin - the ball gets rolling!

Translation from the original at Coinspondent
It has been a little upwards of 36 hours since the original article has been online and the reactions to it have been impressive as well as remarkable.
Therefore - before I get to the details on the intermediary results - first of all I would like to say thank you for all the support that has been streaming in in the past hours. Not just financially, but also in the form of moral support, motivating mails, helpful hints, personal experiences and access to further Onecoin investigation material. All of this has been very helpful. I am going to explain why more in-depth further below.
A very special thank you also goes to both of my Honigdachs podcast comrades-in-arms, Stefan and Manuel, without whose contribution this entire campaign could not have been launched in this short a time frame. Honeybadger does care! ... and the topic of the upcoming podcast is decided as well.
But let's get to the far more interesting part: that which has been achieved or initiated in the past one and a half days.
A glance on the financial side
At this moment (t.n.: updated to right now) there have been 80 donations to the bitcoin address totalling about 7.4 bitcoins. Taken together with the paypal donations so far we are at upwards of 9300 Euro. That is a terrific start and extraordinarily relevant. Not just in monetary terms, but also in terms of solidarity and - especially relevant - in terms of public awareness.
Solidarity insofar as the cost is getting distributed evenly among all donors; and the more people are contributing the smaller every single contributor's share becomes. That is because I am still assuming that all the money will only be needed in the worst case scenario and I will be able to pay back a large part of it.
Out of the shadows, into the limelight
Nonetheless, the total is very important at this moment. Because it is ultimately the scale that makes it possible to measure the force with which we, the bitcoin community, are ready to stand up to the Oncecoin side. And the more striking and remarkable the crowd funding is going, the greater the chances of achieving the external impact we want to achieve: Namely that there is not just a formal decision that declares my Onecoin reporting legal, but that the method Onecoin as such is being made public and that the media and general public take a look at it and can make up their own minds about which side of the force the ones responsible for Onecoin are on with their project.
Because the worst case for Onecoin is that their sources of income are drying up. And these sources will dry up when their potential "clients" get to know what distinguishes a real crypto currency like bitcoin from a cryptic business model like Onecoin. In order to achieve that we need the press and the public; and these in turn we attract in proportion to how newsworthy this campaign is going to be.
We are on a very good course here. At the moment I am contacting many editorial offices and I have already received positive feedback. Our campaign has by no means gone unnoticed, but it takes some time over the long weekend until the larger media outlets also pick this up. Lest we forget: The whole thing has only been running a little over 36 hours.
Update media reportage
Further increasing our clout!
Nonetheless it's naturally in our hands to make the campaign even more newsworthy for the public. The more remarkable the crowd funding, the greater our potential to reach even more people and further cut off Onecoin from its funding.
Whoever wants to contribute to our mission, given these arguments, is very welcome. The more people join in, the more solidarily the costs are distributed, the greater the external impact, the uglier it gets for Onecoin and all participants and the more the public image of bitcoin and the bitcoin community can ultimately profit.
Show digital courage!
Because your support is showing that the bitcoin community is by no means consisting of just the stereotypes the public has so far been introduced to (darknet drug dealers and extortionists, some internet weirdos, egotistic speculators etc.), but many righteous people with a healthy view of right and wrong and the courage of standing up for it as well.
Let us take this opportunity to show this image to the public - there won't be a better one so soon.
donation link in the original Article
Have you also received a Onecoin Abmahnung? Contact us!
In closing, here are another few important and interesting notes:
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Decentralized Exchange— True Crypto Ownership Realized

originally posted by ankarlie https://steemit.com/blockchain/@ankarlie/decentralized-exchange-true-crypto-ownership-realized
Introduction
For over a decade we have seen blockchain technology developed into one of the most important technologies in recent history. Many visionaries, thought leaders, business gurus, and government authorities have recognized its immense potential that they have often associated it as one of the primary technologies that will drive Web 3.0 or even the 4th industrial revolution. Blockchain technology is so powerful that it has the capacity to disrupt any sector in our society where trust is a primary concern, which is pretty much is everything. As such we might consider businesses engaged in blockchain technology are in the business of trust.
Business of Trust
Blockchain technology has often been described as a trust layer that enables an individual to exchange value without having to rely on any central authority or third party intermediary. Often times transactions that are done using this technology are called trustless transactions, meaning, transacting parties do not have to trust each other to ensure that transactions will be consummated. In other words, the technology itself will guarantee that all transactions will push through, irreversible and immutable.
Banks are good examples of business of trust. We entrust them with our money and valuables, but sometimes these very same banks restrict our access to our own money and valuables due to many reasons. These might be server maintenance, AML and KYC requirements, regulatory obligations or whatever reason they might deem applicable. This is the very reason why blockchain technology through its first application, Cryptocurrency, has gained enormous success. Cryptocurrencies enable everyone total and complete control of their money.
Scams and Fake Blockchain Initiatives
The awesome potential of the blockchain technology might have afforded us the necessary tools and infrastructure for more financial freedom, inclusivity, and mobility, but it is not immune to bad actors that try to exploit the advantages of this burgeoning industry. The excitement and demand for blockchain technology have opened the doors for scammers and con-artists who try to “sell” the technology to investors who are more than willing to invest huge amounts of money to get the piece of the action that has the potential to explode in value.
One good example of a project that has been masquerading as blockchain technology is the $4 Billion fake crypto scam called OneCoin. The leader of this project, Dr. Ruja Ignatova aka Cryptoqueen have positioned OneCoin as the Bitcoin killer which she claims will become the biggest cryptocurrency in the world. Coming from an Oxford University graduate with a doctorate degree from Konstanz University in Germany and worked at McKinsey and Company who would have known that the project would turn out to be a scam.
OneCoin exploited the idea of leveraging blockchain technology, the potential of hitting it big like bitcoin and played on the greed of investors who were fearful of missing out on a life-changing opportunity envisioned by Dr. Ruja. That was several years back, of course we all know now that there was never an underlying blockchain technology in the first place and what we have left are disgruntled investors some of which are financially ruined due to investing more than they can afford to lose. Sad to say this has been a common narrative in the crypto space.
Blockchain is Real and Here To Stay
The many scams and fake or failed blockchain projects in the space have not dampened the interest of investors into blockchain and its first use case, cryptocurrencies. Instead, it has been gaining traction as the industry begins to mature, gaining regulatory clarity and widespread acceptance as a valid and legitimate asset class and investment vehicle. They can serve as alternative investments that can be used to hedge against uncertainties in traditional finance and investments.
There are now over four thousand cryptocurrencies in the world and this number will continue to increase well into the future. In fact, cryptocurrency proponents see a future where there will be hundreds of blockchains and thousands of digital assets. An integral part of this growing ecosystem will be cryptocurrency exchanges which serve as venues for open markets where cryptocurrency holders, traders, and investors interact. Not only there is an increasing number of digital assets in the space but also the places where you can trade.
CEX vs DEX
There are two general types of cryptocurrency exchanges: Centralized Exchange (CEX) and Decentralized Exchanges (DEX). Their functions are essentially the same but the way users interact with these types of exchanges differs significantly. CEX typically require their customers to undergo Know-Your-Customer (KYC) procedures and ID verification processes, DEX does not. In addition, CEX requires its customers to their cryptocurrencies deposit into its internal wallets while DEX allows its users to keep their wallets in non-custodial wallets.
CEX is generally considered by the wider cryptocurrency community as the lesser secure venue for users due to the following reasons. First, CEX typically uses one single crypto wallet address per blockchain. This means users of all Ether and Ethereum based-tokens share (The same can be said with other blockchain platform) the same address and demarcated only using a Memo or a Tag. This creates a honeypot that is just waiting to be exploited by hackers. Second, users of CEX have limited access to their digital assets as they will have to ask permission from the CEX operator access to their digital assets.
KYC procedures in CEX are also of great concern as users are typically required to submit supporting documents that can be used to verify their identity. This means users are relying on the security and competency of the CEX to secure their valuable information. Information that can be used for identity theft, false representation, and recovery of other online accounts. One good example of this is Binance where it found some of their customer information have been compromised. This is on top of the recent hack last May 2019.
Although no user funds were lost by the hack as Binance shouldered all the lost funds amounting to $40M USD, users were not able to access their accounts for several days. One can only imagine the great stress and anxiety It might have brought its users, not knowing when they will be able to regain access to their digital assets. These risks do not exist when using DEX as users will not have to deposit or withdraw their Cryptocurrencies. Transactions are all done on-chain and directly transacted from their own non-custodial wallet and there is no risk of your information falling into the wrong hands as there is no need for KYC.
Decentralized Exchange— Newdex
DEXs were made possible through the evolution of blockchain technology. The first-generation blockchain tech like the one used by bitcoin simply does not have the capabilities to host decentralized exchanges. This was only made possible through the integration of smart contracts with Ethereum being the first one to incorporate such capabilities. While the technology has shown promise the limitations of Ethereum’s blockchain made it impossible and uneconomical to reach mass adoption.
Decentralized exchanges (DEX) relies heavily on the blockchain where it has been built on. This is the primary reason why Newdex developers have decided to build their DEX on two of the most successful, scalable and used blockchain in the whole industry EOS and TRON. By doing so their DEX has the capacity to scale to mass adoption without having to worry that the underlying technology that hosts their DEX will not be able to cope up with the load and demand of their decentralized exchange.
EOS and TRON both use Delegated Proof-of-Stake (DPOS) consensus mechanism which has been described as a more power-efficient, scalable and democratic consensus protocol compared to Proof-of-Work. This enables them higher throughputs, consumes a whole lot less energy and secures its blockchain more efficiently. Aside from the scalability advantage, the absence of miners in DPOS makes transactions in EOS and TRON more cost-efficient and often times fee-less like.
By offering a simple yet powerful trading venue for traders of EOS, TRON Newdex has become one of the world’s leading decentralized exchanges. To ensure that the digital assets of its customers are always safe Newdex, does not require its clients to input their private keys. Instead, Newdex opted to partner with all conceivable wallets for both EOS and TRON to enable its users to log in through their non-custodial wallets of choice. This is an additional layer of security and serves as a deterrent to phishing risk.
Apart from not asking for the private key to login in, Newdex does not require its traders to deposit and withdraw their digital assets. This was made possible because all trades are transacted on-chain which means trades are triggered, executed and finalized using smart contracts making them irreversible, immutable and secure. This also makes them auditable and transparent as anyone can basically follow and inspect the transaction on the various blockchain explorer available online.
Since users of Newdex never lose custody of their digital assets we can say it is the prime example of true digital asset ownership. Unlike centralized exchanges that require their customers to deposit and withdraw, Newdex executes transactions straight out of customers’ wallets which means there is no need to move digital assets in and out of the DEX. Hence there will be no chance for Newdex to lockdown user assets, there will also be no need to pay for deposits and withdrawals.
World’s Leading Decentralized Exchange
DEXs are the only trading venues where users have full custody and control of their cryptocurrencies through the use of blockchain technology. Newdex has emerged as the world’s leading DEX for not only offering all the advantages of decentralized exchanges but offering value-added services that set it above all other decentralized exchanges. These include an OTC market that enables its users to use Fiat currencies to trade with cryptocurrencies, a VIP membership for various trading and airdrops privileges and utilizing its own utility token called Newdex ecological Platform Token (NDX).
Conclusion
Cryptocurrencies have not yet reached mass adoption but through the power of blockchain technology and the many advantages that it brings it is only a matter of time when the masses come marching along searching for the proper venue where they can fully exercise their newfound financial freedom. Where there are no censorship, no restrictions, borderless and frictionless. More importantly, where true ownership of cryptocurrency is realized, decentralized exchanges and there is no better embodiment of this than Newdex, the world’s leading decentralized exchange.
For more information about Newdex please follow its official links below:
Website: https://newdex.vip/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/NewdexOfficial
Medium: https://medium.com/@marketing\_27690
Let's Connect!!!
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Germany's most prolific Bitcoin journalist is getting legally intimidated by OneCoin and needs our help!

Edit: removed bitcoin address because of automoderation.
Disclaimer to their lawyers: the title and notes are my personal opinion. The translation is mine.
link to the original blog article: Coinspondent
English translation below:
*Bitcoin vs Onecoin - in court? *
This is the most important article in this blog and, indeed, the future of this site depends on it. Please read it!
tl;dr Onecoin lawyers are sending massive amount of Abmahnungen (translator's note: An "Abmahnung" is a written warning in German law that demands from the recipient to sign a declaration that he will abstain from something and also to pay a large lawyer fee, in order to avoid being sued. Some people in other countries might call it an extortion.) to me that contain construed claims. I want to turn the tables on them, take the Onecoin actors to court and make it all public. That is what they want to avoid. However, I need your support for that.
In the past days I have received legal letters from several (!) Onecoin lawyers that are extremely irritated about an article I have published. In this article I was simply pointing out two publications by BaFin (t.n.: the German banking watchdog) concerning Onecoin. Concretely, the two publications in the section of "illegitimate business" are this one and this one.
For legally tactical reasons I have taken the original article offline, even though all the non-Onecoin people I have talked to about them couldn't find anything wrong with it. Onecoin advocates, however, are known for being very sensitive about criticism. They react all the more fiercely for it.
Full-on intimidation scenario by Onecoin Abmahn lawers
In the past days I have received one Abmahnung from Hamburg (pdf) and one from Cologne (pdf), plus another one went to my web hoster that is meant to get them to take my entire web site down for "Störerhaftung" (t.n.: another strange German legal concept that seems to imply that, e.g., as a hoster you might be partially responsible for what people write on the websites you host). Pretty heavy artillery against a little blog as this one. They might have just quickly sent a mail asking for clarification. Obviously, that is not what the Onecoin side wants.
Rather absurd and construed allegations at times
If you do read the Abmahnungen, you might be astonished about their arguments. I know I was. They seem quite arbitrarily construed in some places. For example, it is alleged that I should have had to check if legal countermeasures had been put in place against the "illegal" (sic!) BaFin decision. Indeed, I could have tried, but that wouldn't have changed a thing since, according to BaFin "BaFin is not authorized to provide information about this." Ongoing proceeding, privacy laws and so on. I am truly amazed that lawyers don't know these kinds of things.
Nonetheless, the artillery that has been put into position against me is extraordinary. And it appears that the intimidation has been big enough to get many other website publishers to take their Onecoin articles down for good. At least that is what the lawyers proudly list.
However, it hasn't been proven that the respective publishers have done anything wrong. Presumably, they just didn't want any legal battles and rather bit the bullet of Abmahn costs instead of having decided right and wrong juristically. Understandably so, since "being right" and "being proven right" are not the same as we know, and in the worst case these things can get really expensive. Possibly even threatening livelihoods. Does one really want that? For Onecoin?
Back down or resist?
That is exactly the decision I am having to make right now: Should I back down, let the article stay offline and pay a non negligible - for me - sum for reasons I don't understand to some lawyers whose clients feel trodden on their toes without it being clear that someone even stepped on their toes?
Just having to ask myself this question makes me angry. VERY, VERY ANGRY! Because I know it is important and morally right to report critically about Onecoin. Because I know I haven't done anything wrong. Because all this is unnecessary taking my time, strength and money. Because they have been successful with this Abmahn-intimidation-story way too often already. And because I simply don't want it. End of story.
Onecoin may not win!
I don't want to give money to the Onecoin lawyers with their artificial intimidation scenario, their quibbling hair splitting and their disturbing view of right and wrong. I don't want to take back statements that I feel have been legal as well as important. In short: I don't want to let Onecoin win.
What's more: I want to do exactly what they want to avoid with their actions. I want to shine a light on the people that are being represented by the Onecoin lawyers. I want the public to address the "business" these people do - their practices, their models, their way of dealing with justified criticism. I want exactly what the Onecoin advocates want the least: That society takes a look at Onecoin and the responsible have to justify themselves. At least those who press ahead so aggressively in this case.
I can't do it without support
The only problem: I can't do it alone. Because "being right" and "being proven right" are not the same and as a family man I can't afford the worst case. So I have thought long and hard and there will be one of these two scenarios happening:
  1. Scenario 1: Bitcoin vs. Onecoin --- I am starting a bitcoin community crowd fund and until tuesday we gather a sum that makes it possible for me to fully confront Onecoin.
  2. Onecoin wins --- I, too, bite the bullet of Abmahn fees, back down, and generally avoid Onecoin and similar projects in my list of topics.
There is no question that I prefer the first scenario, but I can live - if reluctantly - with both. The first one will cost me considerably more time, energy and money. In the latter one, I get to live in peace more quickly and can get to other important topics. And that is what will happen if scenario 1 does not come to pass.
The decision is (also) yours!
The ones who ultimately influence the decision are you, the bitcoin community. I have had so many people tell me they support me, that we can't let Onecoin win no matter what. These are comforting, reassuring and welcome words. As ugly as it is, what ultimately has to decide is - the money.
So I am hereby starting the crown fund and I hope that we as the bitcoin community together can defeat Onecoin (who have been abusing the good name of Bitcoin). At least make a honorable effort.
I myself will put as much money in the fund as I would have to spend in the unwanted "scenario 2" anyway. That is, however, just a small share of what would be necessary in the worst case scenario.
BITCOIN NEEDS YOU
This is where you come in:
If you can answer one of these questions with a Yes, I am happy if you are prepared to contribute an appropriate amount to the legal defense fund "Bitcoin vs. Onecoin".
Bitcoin address: see original Article
All further questions are answered in the following FAQ. If there is one missing - write me an email!
FAQ for the "Bitcoin vs. Onecoin" fund
How much money is necessary for you to go to court?
That's hard to say because there are many factors that influence the costs. My lawyer says that five figures (t.n.: in Euro) is a realistic order of magnitude. Unfortunately that is a rather vague assessment. So if in doubt rather give a bit more.
Until when does the crowd fund run?
Tuesday, 2nd of May, 12:00 CEST - the short notice comes from the legal deadlines.
What happens with the money if it's not enough or if there is no court proceedings?
I am not counting on it, but in the case that there are no costs I will send the money back to the respective donor's address (t.n.: So please make sure you control that address!).
What happens with surplus money?
The money is given back to the respective donor's address pro rata. Moreover, there will be an account of how much has been spent for what here in the blog.
How are the chances in court?
That's also hard to say. However, I am very optimistic. Onecoin and their representatives are under pressure in this country (t.n.: and world wide). After all, BaFin has given another statement yesterday: Onecoin Ltd (Dubai), OneLife Network Ltd (Belize) and One Network Services Ltd (Sofia/Bulgaria): Prohibition of business dealing with "OneCoins" in Germany (For the Abmahn lawyers reading this: "Die Verfügungen beruhen auf § 37 Absatz 1 Satz 1 und 4 KWG. Sie sind von Gesetzes wegen sofort vollziehbar, jedoch noch nicht bestandskräftig." and no, the BaFin has not provided information to me whether or not there have been appeals filed. Because it is not allowed to.)
Are the donated bitcoins securely stored?
Yes, cold storage.
Is there another donation option besides bitcoin?
Accepting other crypto currencies would be too much of an organisation effort. By way of an exception, however, there is a paypal donation button in the original article.
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The intelligent investors guide to cryptocurrency: Part 3a - The value proposition

*Introductions: I'm joskye. A cryptocurrency investor and SDC holder. *
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Hi again. This is the third part in our ongoing series on how to trade better and determine intelligent investments in cryptocurrency for the future.
In part 3 I will now discuss Cryptocurrency valuations, price metrics and identifying coins of value, worth holding.
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What makes a coin worth holding: The value proposition
What makes anything worth holding? How much of themselves is a person willing to put into it - that's how much.
Cryptocurrency is largely driven by faith. It is a speculative enterprise i.e. people mostly put money into cryptocurrencies believing they will go up in value in the future; their plan to sell at a higher price when it does.
Currently most cryptocurrencies serve no function than being currencies in themselves. Unfortunately these currencies are largely not recognised by governments, most institutional investors or companies are legitimate stores of value or legitimate currencies of transaction. As such legislation and rules around the world regarding them vary considerably and are often absent.
There are very few cryptocurrencies that have legitimised backing, are insured or supported by enterprises that are insured for their loss and essentially there is little to protect you if you lose money through them.
So why do people bother putting money into cryptocurrencies it in the first place?
If the present and future value of a cryptocurrency is driven purely by speculation then you are essentially gambling by putting your money to buy that coin and joining the pool of other gamblers who are doing so. You are essentially joining a ponzi scheme and waiting game hoping you've gotten in early enough and convinced enough people to buy more of the asset you hold at slightly higher prices until a price is reached that you can cash out at (or until that thing becomes so big that everyone starts using it as their store of value).
This type of dynamic essentially underpins the mentality of most investments and trades i.e. buy low and sell high. I'd like to add buy early for investors since buying during a low in an already established asset may be setting yourself up for being forced to sell at a lower low later (especially if you don't understand the fundamentals of that asset).
If however the present or future value of a cryptocurrency is driven by some service other than speculation which can attract and drive fiat currency into it's ecosystem then it is potentially valuable.
I.e. will people actually use their USD/Yuan/Euro/GBP/Yen/INR etc to actually purchase the coin in question to do something useful with it (other than gamble on it's future price).
There are some cryptocurrencies which satisfy this criteria:
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Bitcoin
It is not a currency, it is a remittance system and store of value. It has a reputation increasingly to being seen as a digital version of gold.
Bitcoin has the cultural and historical advantage of being the first cryptocurrency. It is also still the largest cryptocurrency by a long way with the largest marketcap i.e. price per bitcoin [$952 as of writing] x the number of bitcoin in circulation [16,074,687] which is $15.3 billion. Compare to it's next biggest competitor Ethereum which has a marketcap of $700 million (i.e. only 4.57% of Bitcoin's).
Bitcoin's value proposition is that it is a store of value. It may not be able to sustain this without significant upgrades to it's underlying software.
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Monero (XMR)
Bitcoin does not have anonymity inherently built into it's software. Therefore if you buy and sell Bitcoin especially on cryptocurrency exchanges (where user registration is required), it is possible to trace whom Bitcoin is being transferred from and to.
For this reason I see Monero as Bitcoin + anonymity. I.e. it's value proposition is as store of hidden wealth. I also believe it does not have the issues that bitcoin does namely, same level of mainstream recognition, spotlight of regulatory awareness and developers do seem to be more focused on achieving better scalability and transaction times (it already does 10-20 minute verification time vs bitcoins 1 hour) which gives it better potential as a currency presently compared to Bitcoin.
-This sort of market cap dwarfs gold. However this type of up-scaled usability will not occur until the transaction verification times are much faster (nanoseconds) and the protocol is enhanced to cope with much larger transactions volumes and frequency at that speed; We are a long way off that.
I do believe fiat stored in Bitcoin will gradually transfer into Monero boosting it's value. I am not sure Monero though can presently bring fresh fiat currency (USD, Yuan etc) into it's ecosystem beyond outsider speculation in future price.
It is not unique in it's function or potential value proposition. My warning about holding Monerofor the long term is that it has competition for it's function not just from Bitcoin itself but from other anonymous coins such as Zcash, DASH (which provides instantaneous settlement) and SDC. Perhaps more importantly, Ethereum (ETH) is now planning to implement optional anonymity (via zSNARKs) in it's transaction network; if it does when combined with Ethereum's own functionality and well defined development roadmap (that will likely several second verification times in late 2017) would render XMR potentially redundant.
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Ethereum (ETH)
The value proposition for Ethereum is that it allows for complex, trustless settlement systems to be built on it. This is a huge deal because the scope of applications is wide and although the technology needs to mature (to support greater transaction volume, frequency and more secure functionality) the sheer amount of fiat such a platform could attract through conversion of traditional centralised settlement and contract services to more secure decentralised platforms is very huge.
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Shadowcash (SDC)
The value proposition is a double escrow, fully anonymous, decentralised privacy platform which incorporates private chat, private marketplace and secure, trustless private settlement system into one platform that is fully integrated into it's own blockchain.
Shadowcash already has multiple features that make it an excellent store of value: Low coin supply, potential for great demand, near instantaneous transaction verification times, ability to earn interest for simply holding it.
Shadowcash is incredibly easy to use and is heavily focused on usability. This is absolutely essential to it's end users: customers who seek convenient easy and speedy secure anonymous transaction. This will be a dream come true for traditional users of darknet markets.
To explain why lets elaborate on traditional darknet markets where in order to transact anonymously you have to:
1. Download the TOR browser. 2. Learn how to use it. 3. Buy XMR or Bitcoin. 4. Learn how to transact with these coins *safely* (yes this is still an issue with XMR in spite of it's built in privacy). 5. Learn how to and where to find reliable secure darknet markets. 6. Create accounts on these markets to access them *and* 7. Have faith that the websites and the highly centralised (and thus much more vulnerable) servers hosting those markets you use will not get shut down, not disappear with your money and not betray your transaction details and potentially identities to the authorities should they be infiltrated by them. 
Whereas with Shadowcash's market place this process will become:
1. Download the Shadowcash Umbra client (https://shadowproject.io/en/gettingstarted) 2. Buy some SDC on an exchange and transfer it to your Umbra client. 3. Browse the Shadowcash marketplace and transact securely, safely and anonymously. 
In summary I think Shadowcash can be a very useful application as a privacy platform for private communications and transactions.
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ICONOMI (ICN)
Those two points constitute it's value proposition. By nature of the way it works it has an easily identifiable P/E ratio based on the amount used to create the fund ($10.5 million) against the current value of that fund based on it's
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Summary lessons
The first rule in investing or trading in a given cryptocoin is deciding if it has a value proposition:
1. *Can it draw fiat currency (USD, Euro, Yuan etc) in such a way as to give it a valuation that is fully independent of pure speculation?* 2. *Is it unique?* 3. *Is it rare?* A limited supply with a low or negative inflation rate will lead to increasing price as demand goes up. 4. Are there significant risks associated with the value proposition? 
In the next article I will cover lesson 3b: Price metrics and valuations. It will be much shorter I promise but equally informative and we will cover topics such as price determination, impact of speculation, price manipulation, whales and their impact and the impact of bitcoin on the entire cryptocurrency ecosystem.
Finally just to really hammer it home; why am I posting this on the Shadowcash subreddit?
It is because Shadowcash is the best cryptocurrency investment of 2016 and I believe it will be again by March 2017.
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References:
1. Crypto-Currency Market Capitalizations, https://coinmarketcap.com/, Last Checked 30/01/2017 2. What is the value of all the Gold in the world? http://onlygold.com/Info/All-The-Gold-In-The-World.asp, Last Checked 30/01/2017. 3. ICONOMI Cryptocurrencies Index (ICNX) 21 December 2016 Rebalancing, https://medium.com/iconominet/iconomi-cryptocurrencies-index-icnx-21-december-2016-rebalancing-transformation-into-iconomi-8e31e48493ab#.sptgljv1c 4. ICNx trend chart, https://medium.com/iconominet/iconomi-cryptocurrencies-index-icnx-30-november-2016-monthly-rebalancing-update-3402866243d9#.kw7g4fqcd, Last updated 30th Nov 2017 5. Shadowcash (SDC) - The billion dollar baby!, https://medium.com/@paradox_/shadowcash-sdc-the-billion-dollar-baby-6b86f0660739#.ypz9yme5a, Last updated 16 August 2016. 
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Disclaimer: I am not responsible for your financial decisions, nor am I advising you take a particular financial position. Rather I am sharing my experiences and hoping you form your own opinions and insights from them. Full disclosure: I have long positions in Ethereum (ETH), Shadowcash (SDC), ICONOMI (ICN), Augur (REP) and Digix (DGD).
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TOP 5 cryptocurrencies in a month?

I think the Bitcoin agony will pump Monero, and probably it will became the 2nd or 3rd crypto but what about the other cryptos? Write here your TOP5 forecast.
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The intelligent investors guide to cryptocurrency: Part 3a - The value proposition

Introductions: I'm joskye. A cryptocurrency investor and holder.
...
 
Hi again. This is the third part in our ongoing series on how to trade better and determine intelligent investments in cryptocurrency for the future.
 
 
In part 3 I will now discuss Cryptocurrency valuations, price metrics and identifying coins of value, worth holding:
 
...
 
What makes a coin worth holding: The value proposition
 
What makes anything worth holding? How much of themselves is a person willing to put into it - that's how much.
Cryptocurrency is largely driven by faith. It is a speculative enterprise i.e. people mostly put money into cryptocurrencies believing they will go up in value in the future; their plan to sell at a higher price when it does.
Currently most cryptocurrencies serve no function than being currencies in themselves. Unfortunately these currencies are largely not recognised by governments, most institutional investors or companies are legitimate stores of value or legitimate currencies of transaction. As such legislation and rules around the world regarding them vary considerably and are often absent.
There are very few cryptocurrencies that have legitimised backing, are insured or supported by enterprises that are insured for their loss and essentially there is little to protect you if you lose money through them.
 
So why do people bother putting money into cryptocurrencies it in the first place?
 
 
If the present and future value of a cryptocurrency is driven purely by speculation then you are essentially gambling by putting your money to buy that coin and joining the pool of other gamblers who are doing so. You are essentially joining a ponzi scheme and waiting game hoping you've gotten in early enough and convinced enough people to buy more of the asset you hold at slightly higher prices until a price is reached that you can cash out at (or until that thing becomes so big that everyone starts using it as their store of value).
 
This type of dynamic essentially underpins the mentality of most investments and trades i.e. buy low and sell high. I'd like to add buy early for investors since buying during a low in an already established asset may be setting yourself up for being forced to sell at a lower low later (especially if you don't understand the fundamentals of that asset).
 
If however the present or future value of a cryptocurrency is driven by some service other than speculation which can attract and drive fiat currency into it's ecosystem then it is potentially valuable.
 
I.e. will people actually use their USD/Yuan/Euro/GBP/Yen/INR etc to actually purchase the coin in question to do something useful with it (other than gamble on it's future price).
 
There are some cryptocurrencies which satisfy this criteria:
 
...
 
Bitcoin
It is not a currency, it is a remittance system and store of value. It has a reputation increasingly to being seen as a digital version of gold.
 
 
 
 
 
Bitcoin has the cultural and historical advantage of being the first cryptocurrency. It is also still the largest cryptocurrency by a long way with the largest marketcap i.e. price per bitcoin [$952 as of writing] x the number of bitcoin in circulation [16,074,687] which is $15.3 billion. Compare to it's next biggest competitor Ethereum which has a marketcap of $700 million (i.e. only 4.57% of Bitcoin's).
 
 
 
 
Bitcoin's value proposition is that it is a store of value. It may not be able to sustain this without significant upgrades to it's underlying software.
 
...
 
Monero (XMR)
Bitcoin does not have anonymity inherently built into it's software. Therefore if you buy and sell Bitcoin especially on cryptocurrency exchanges (where user registration is required), it is possible to trace whom Bitcoin is being transferred from and to.
 
 
For this reason I see Monero as Bitcoin + anonymity. I.e. it's value proposition is as store of hidden wealth. I also believe it does not have the issues that bitcoin does namely, same level of mainstream recognition, spotlight of regulatory awareness and developers do seem to be more focused on achieving better scalability and transaction times (it already does 10-20 minute verification time vs bitcoins 1 hour) which gives it better potential as a currency presently compared to Bitcoin.
 
 
I do believe fiat stored in Bitcoin will gradually transfer into Monero boosting it's value. I am not sure Monero though can presently bring fresh fiat currency (USD, Yuan etc) into it's ecosystem beyond outsider speculation in future price.
 
 
It is not unique in it's function or potential value proposition. My warning about holding Monero for the long term is that it has competition for it's function not just from Bitcoin itself but from other anonymous coins such as Zcash, DASH (which provides instantaneous settlement) and SDC. Perhaps more importantly, Ethereum (ETH) is now planning to implement optional anonymity (via zSNARKs) in it's transaction network; if it does when combined with Ethereum's own functionality and well defined development roadmap (that will likely several second verification times in late 2017) would render XMR potentially redundant.
 
...
Ethereum (ETH)
The first cryptocurrency which was built with the specific intent of incorporating 'smart contracts' into it's platform.
 
 
The value proposition for Ethereum is that it allows for complex, trustless settlement systems to be built on it. This is a huge deal because the scope of applications is wide and although the technology needs to mature (to support greater transaction volume, frequency and more secure functionality) the sheer amount of fiat such a platform could attract through conversion of traditional centralised settlement and contract services to more secure decentralised platforms is very huge.
 
 
...
 
PARTICL (PART) (formerly Shadowcash SDC)
The value proposition is a double escrow, fully anonymous, decentralised privacy platform which incorporates private chat, private marketplace and secure, trustless private settlement system into one platform that is fully integrated into it's own blockchain.
 
 
Particl has multiple features that make it an excellent store of value: Low coin supply, potential for great demand, near instantaneous transaction verification times, ability to earn interest for simply holding it.
 
Particl is incredibly easy to use and is heavily focused on usability. This is absolutely essential to it's end users: customers who seek convenient easy and speedy secure anonymous transaction. This will be a dream come true for traditional users of darknet markets.
 
To explain why lets elaborate on traditional darknet markets where in order to transact anonymously you have to:
1. Download the TOR browser. 2. Learn how to use it. 3. Buy XMR or Bitcoin. 4. Learn how to transact with these coins *safely* (yes this is still an issue with XMR in spite of it's built in privacy). 5. Learn how to and where to find reliable secure darknet markets. 6. Create accounts on these markets to access them *and* 7. Have faith that the websites and the highly centralised (and thus much more vulnerable) servers hosting those markets you use will not get shut down, not disappear with your money and not betray your transaction details and potentially identities to the authorities should they be infiltrated by them. 
Whereas with Particl's market place this process will become:
1. Download the Particl client. 2. Buy some PART on an exchange and transfer it to your Umbra client. 3. Browse the Particl marketplace and transact securely, safely and anonymously. 
 
 
In summary I think Particl can be a very useful application as a privacy platform for private communications and transactions.
 
...
 
ICONOMI (ICN)
Those two points constitute it's value proposition. By nature of the way it works it has an easily identifiable P/E ratio based on the amount used to create the fund ($10.5 million) against the current value of that fund based on it's
 
...
 
Summary lessons
 
The first rule in investing or trading in a given cryptocoin is deciding if it has a value proposition:
 
1. *Can it draw fiat currency (USD, Euro, Yuan etc) in such a way as to give it a valuation that is fully independent of pure speculation?* 2. *Is it unique?* 3. *Is it rare?* A limited supply with a low or negative inflation rate will lead to increasing price as demand goes up. 4. Are there significant risks associated with the value proposition? 
 
 
In the next article I will cover lesson 3b: Price metrics and valuations. It will be much shorter I promise but equally informative and we will cover topics such as price determination, impact of speculation, price manipulation, whales and their impact and the impact of bitcoin on the entire cryptocurrency ecosystem!
...
 
References:
1. Crypto-Currency Market Capitalizations, https://coinmarketcap.com/, Last Checked 30/01/2017 2. What is the value of all the Gold in the world? http://onlygold.com/Info/All-The-Gold-In-The-World.asp, Last Checked 30/01/2017. 3. ICONOMI Cryptocurrencies Index (ICNX) 21 December 2016 Rebalancing, https://medium.com/iconominet/iconomi-cryptocurrencies-index-icnx-21-december-2016-rebalancing-transformation-into-iconomi-8e31e48493ab#.sptgljv1c 4. ICNx trend chart, https://medium.com/iconominet/iconomi-cryptocurrencies-index-icnx-30-november-2016-monthly-rebalancing-update-3402866243d9#.kw7g4fqcd, Last updated 30th Nov 2017 5. Shadowcash (SDC) - The billion dollar baby!, https://medium.com/@paradox_/shadowcash-sdc-the-billion-dollar-baby-6b86f0660739#.ypz9yme5a, Last updated 16 August 2016. 
...
 
Further articles in this series:
 
"The intelligent investors guide to cryptocurrency"
 
Part 0 -
Part 1 -
Part 2 -
Part 3a -
Part 3b -
Part 4 -
Part 5 -
Part 6 -
Part 7a -
 
"The intelligent investors guide to Particl -"
 
 
Full disclosure/Disclaimer: At time of original writing I had long positions in Ethereum (ETH), Shadowcash (SDC), Iconomi (ICN), Augur (REP) and Digix (DGD). All the opinions expressed are my own. I cannot guarantee gains; losses are sustainable; do your own financial research and make your decisions responsibly. All prices and values given are as of time of first writing (Midday 30th-Dec-2016).
 
Second disclaimer: Please do not buy Shadowcash (SDC), the project has been abandoned by it's developers who have moved on to the Particl Project (PART) (www.particl.io). The PARTICL crowd fund and SDC 1:1 token swap completed April 15th. You can still exchange SDC for PART but only if it was acquired prior to 15th April 2017 see: https://particl.news/a-community-driven-initiative-e26724100c3a for more information.
 
Addendum: Article updated 23-11-2017 to edit references to SDC (changed to Particl where relevant to reflect updated status) and clean up formatting.
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*I bought something that’s not even in the top 1000– AMA*

I didn’t know coinmarketcap scrolled that far lol!
So I wrote this for a group I’m in- I don’t want to lead them astray. What are your big worries about Icon?
ICX - Icon “Ethereum of Korea” (There’s like a theme to my alts lol...)
NEO is a direct competitor to ICX but who knows what the hell China will do, and Korea loveLoveLOVES crypto lol. I feel like ICX is attempting maybe half of what ADA wants to do but it’s at least twice as far along on direct applications. I shorthanded it to research vs engineering, do it right vs do it right now. Both can work tho, look at the Soviet space program, lol.
Pros
Cons
Why now?
So... I’m sharing this solely because I’m excited about it, I’m not capable enough to give advise anyhow lol y’all know that. Monero has a thing called Shit on Monero Saturday or something where true believers rant about what’s wrong with the coin, (and set to fixin’ it I shit you not) I’m spoiled I wish all coins’ subs did that. I only bought a teeny bit of Icon to stick a toe in and its hard to restrain myself. If you guys hear anything please share any poked holes you find w/me?
https://m.icon.foundation/en/
https://ripple.com/insights/sbi-ripple-asia-partners-dayli-financial-group-bring-ripple-south-korea/
https://steemit.com/icon/@roosterred/icon-icx-ico-a-promising-coin-with-major-flaws
https://blokt.com/icos/icon-icx-review
https://thebitcoin.pub/t/icon-icx-roundup-important-facts/17644
https://www.reddit.com/CryptoCurrency/comments/7kmtym/watch_out_for_icon_icx/?st=JBLD3PI6&sh=e08ec66c
https://medium.com/@crypto.ico.investing/no-buy-icon-icx-bancor-formula-is-bad-for-investors-price-cant-rise-fast-investors-sell-a53153111adb?source=safariShare-b6e4990505e4-1514209689
https://hacked.com/ico-analysis-icon-icx/
A lot of blockchain companies talk about “working relationship”, what differentiates us is that we have “contractual relationship” with real world companies such as banks, securities firms, hospitals, universities, insurance companies and so on. “ – Min Kim interview with Bite Size Bitcoin
Great team, revolutionary tech! Growing community! Lots of room to move in the market cap! No pre-mine! Fair launch! Vitalik Buterin advising! Sleeping giant! Lol J/K I got that off reddit as a generic shill lol.
[Update: the fixed the display on Coinmarketcap to read the correct rank of #20 rather than what they still had this morning, #1060. People are gonna trip out hahahaha!]
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The intelligent investors guide to cryptocurrency: Part 3a - The value proposition

*Introductions: I'm joskye. A cryptocurrency investor and SDC holder. *
...
Hi again. This is the third part in our ongoing series on how to trade better and determine intelligent investments in cryptocurrency for the future.
In part 3 I will now discuss Cryptocurrency valuations, price metrics and identifying coins of value, worth holding.
...
What makes a coin worth holding: The value proposition
What makes anything worth holding? How much of themselves is a person willing to put into it - that's how much.
Cryptocurrency is largely driven by faith. It is a speculative enterprise i.e. people mostly put money into cryptocurrencies believing they will go up in value in the future; their plan to sell at a higher price when it does.
Currently most cryptocurrencies serve no function than being currencies in themselves. Unfortunately these currencies are largely not recognised by governments, most institutional investors or companies are legitimate stores of value or legitimate currencies of transaction. As such legislation and rules around the world regarding them vary considerably and are often absent.
There are very few cryptocurrencies that have legitimised backing, are insured or supported by enterprises that are insured for their loss and essentially there is little to protect you if you lose money through them.
So why do people bother putting money into cryptocurrencies it in the first place?
If the present and future value of a cryptocurrency is driven purely by speculation then you are essentially gambling by putting your money to buy that coin and joining the pool of other gamblers who are doing so. You are essentially joining a ponzi scheme and waiting game hoping you've gotten in early enough and convinced enough people to buy more of the asset you hold at slightly higher prices until a price is reached that you can cash out at (or until that thing becomes so big that everyone starts using it as their store of value).
This type of dynamic essentially underpins the mentality of most investments and trades i.e. buy low and sell high. I'd like to add buy early for investors since buying during a low in an already established asset may be setting yourself up for being forced to sell at a lower low later (especially if you don't understand the fundamentals of that asset).
If however the present or future value of a cryptocurrency is driven by some service other than speculation which can attract and drive fiat currency into it's ecosystem then it is potentially valuable.
I.e. will people actually use their USD/Yuan/Euro/GBP/Yen/INR etc to actually purchase the coin in question to do something useful with it (other than gamble on it's future price).
There are some cryptocurrencies which satisfy this criteria:
...
Bitcoin
It is not a currency, it is a remittance system and store of value. It has a reputation increasingly to being seen as a digital version of gold.
Bitcoin has the cultural and historical advantage of being the first cryptocurrency. It is also still the largest cryptocurrency by a long way with the largest marketcap i.e. price per bitcoin [$952 as of writing] x the number of bitcoin in circulation [16,074,687] which is $15.3 billion. Compare to it's next biggest competitor Ethereum which has a marketcap of $700 million (i.e. only 4.57% of Bitcoin's).
Bitcoin's value proposition is that it is a store of value. It may not be able to sustain this without significant upgrades to it's underlying software.
...
Monero (XMR)
Bitcoin does not have anonymity inherently built into it's software. Therefore if you buy and sell Bitcoin especially on cryptocurrency exchanges (where user registration is required), it is possible to trace whom Bitcoin is being transferred from and to.
For this reason I see Monero as Bitcoin + anonymity. I.e. it's value proposition is as store of hidden wealth. I also believe it does not have the issues that bitcoin does namely, same level of mainstream recognition, spotlight of regulatory awareness and developers do seem to be more focused on achieving better scalability and transaction times (it already does 10-20 minute verification time vs bitcoins 1 hour) which gives it better potential as a currency presently compared to Bitcoin.
-This sort of market cap dwarfs gold. However this type of up-scaled usability will not occur until the transaction verification times are much faster (nanoseconds) and the protocol is enhanced to cope with much larger transactions volumes and frequency at that speed; We are a long way off that.
I do believe fiat stored in Bitcoin will gradually transfer into Monero boosting it's value. I am not sure Monero though can presently bring fresh fiat currency (USD, Yuan etc) into it's ecosystem beyond outsider speculation in future price.
It is not unique in it's function or potential value proposition. My warning about holding Monerofor the long term is that it has competition for it's function not just from Bitcoin itself but from other anonymous coins such as Zcash, DASH (which provides instantaneous settlement) and SDC. Perhaps more importantly, Ethereum (ETH) is now planning to implement optional anonymity (via zSNARKs) in it's transaction network; if it does when combined with Ethereum's own functionality and well defined development roadmap (that will likely several second verification times in late 2017) would render XMR potentially redundant.
...
Ethereum (ETH)
The value proposition for Ethereum is that it allows for complex, trustless settlement systems to be built on it. This is a huge deal because the scope of applications is wide and although the technology needs to mature (to support greater transaction volume, frequency and more secure functionality) the sheer amount of fiat such a platform could attract through conversion of traditional centralised settlement and contract services to more secure decentralised platforms is very huge.
...
Shadowcash (SDC)
The value proposition is a double escrow, fully anonymous, decentralised privacy platform which incorporates private chat, private marketplace and secure, trustless private settlement system into one platform that is fully integrated into it's own blockchain.
Shadowcash already has multiple features that make it an excellent store of value: Low coin supply, potential for great demand, near instantaneous transaction verification times, ability to earn interest for simply holding it.
Shadowcash is incredibly easy to use and is heavily focused on usability. This is absolutely essential to it's end users: customers who seek convenient easy and speedy secure anonymous transaction. This will be a dream come true for traditional users of darknet markets.
To explain why lets elaborate on traditional darknet markets where in order to transact anonymously you have to:
1. Download the TOR browser. 2. Learn how to use it. 3. Buy XMR or Bitcoin. 4. Learn how to transact with these coins *safely* (yes this is still an issue with XMR in spite of it's built in privacy). 5. Learn how to and where to find reliable secure darknet markets. 6. Create accounts on these markets to access them *and* 7. Have faith that the websites and the highly centralised (and thus much more vulnerable) servers hosting those markets you use will not get shut down, not disappear with your money and not betray your transaction details and potentially identities to the authorities should they be infiltrated by them. 
Whereas with Shadowcash's market place this process will become:
1. Download the Shadowcash Umbra client (https://shadowproject.io/en/gettingstarted) 2. Buy some SDC on an exchange and transfer it to your Umbra client. 3. Browse the Shadowcash marketplace and transact securely, safely and anonymously. 
In summary I think Shadowcash can be a very useful application as a privacy platform for private communications and transactions.
...
ICONOMI (ICN)
Those two points constitute it's value proposition. By nature of the way it works it has an easily identifiable P/E ratio based on the amount used to create the fund ($10.5 million) against the current value of that fund based on it's
...
Summary lessons
The first rule in investing or trading in a given cryptocoin is deciding if it has a value proposition:
1. *Can it draw fiat currency (USD, Euro, Yuan etc) in such a way as to give it a valuation that is fully independent of pure speculation?* 2. *Is it unique?* 3. *Is it rare?* A limited supply with a low or negative inflation rate will lead to increasing price as demand goes up. 4. Are there significant risks associated with the value proposition? 
In the next article I will cover lesson 3b: Price metrics and valuations. It will be much shorter I promise but equally informative and we will cover topics such as price determination, impact of speculation, price manipulation, whales and their impact and the impact of bitcoin on the entire cryptocurrency ecosystem.
Finally just to really hammer it home; why am I posting this on the Shadowcash subreddit?
It is because Shadowcash is the best cryptocurrency investment of 2016 and I believe it will be again by March 2017.
...
References:
1. Crypto-Currency Market Capitalizations, https://coinmarketcap.com/, Last Checked 30/01/2017 2. What is the value of all the Gold in the world? http://onlygold.com/Info/All-The-Gold-In-The-World.asp, Last Checked 30/01/2017. 3. ICONOMI Cryptocurrencies Index (ICNX) 21 December 2016 Rebalancing, https://medium.com/iconominet/iconomi-cryptocurrencies-index-icnx-21-december-2016-rebalancing-transformation-into-iconomi-8e31e48493ab#.sptgljv1c 4. ICNx trend chart, https://medium.com/iconominet/iconomi-cryptocurrencies-index-icnx-30-november-2016-monthly-rebalancing-update-3402866243d9#.kw7g4fqcd, Last updated 30th Nov 2017 5. Shadowcash (SDC) - The billion dollar baby!, https://medium.com/@paradox_/shadowcash-sdc-the-billion-dollar-baby-6b86f0660739#.ypz9yme5a, Last updated 16 August 2016. 
...
Further articles in this series:
Part 1- - The intelligent investors guide to cryptocurrency: Part 1 - Sell your profits and make back the principle ASAP. https://www.reddit.com/Shadowcash/comments/5l0heb/the_intelligent_investors_guide_to_cryptocurrency/
Part 2 - - The intelligent investors guide to cryptocurrency: Part 2 - FOMO My friend, My enemy. Make fear of missing out, work for you. https://www.reddit.com/Shadowcash/comments/5l67rn/the_intelligent_investors_guide_to_cryptocurrency/
Part 3a - - The intelligent investors guide to cryptocurrency: Part 3a - The value proposition https://www.reddit.com/Shadowcash/comments/5lhh6m/the_intelligent_investors_guide_to_cryptocurrency/
Part 3b -
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Disclaimer: All prices and values given are as of time of writing (Midday 08-Jan-2016). I am not responsible for your financial decisions, nor am I advising you take a particular financial position. Rather I am sharing my experiences and hoping you form your own opinions and insights from them. Full disclosure: I have long positions in Ethereum (ETH), Shadowcash (SDC), ICONOMI (ICN), Augur (REP) and Digix (DGD).
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Top 7 reasons Why Onecoin Better than Bitcoin

  1. More advanced and more secured algorithm (SCRIPT)
  2. Smaller denomination makes coin more usable (2.1 bn coins) . Bitcoin reached upto 1200 usd, which made it inaccessible for many people and not practical as a currency
  3. Onecoin exchange provides due to its centralization higher liquidity and less volatility, unlike multiple bitcoin exchanges all selling at different rates...
  4. Dedication management team responsible for strategy , attracting merchants and building the Onecoin brands vs decentralized approach bitcoin.
  5. Onecoin is mined in mining pools ( or teams ) keeping individual investments in hardware.. etc , minimal
  6. Onecoin uses KYC procedures and can not be abused for illegal purposes like bitcoin was ( Bitcoin was used for buying drugs and weapon on the internet ) KYC procedures = KNOW YOUR CUSTOMERS procedures
  7. Onecoin is still in an early stage and therefore interesting for investors, while Bitcoin is already very mature please sign up http://onecoin.eu/signup/amoisexy
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Top 7 reasons Why Onecoin Better than Bitcoin?

More advanced and more secured algorithm (SCRIPT) Smaller denomination makes coin more usable (2.1 bn coins) . Bitcoin reached upto 1200 usd, which made it inaccessible for
many people and not practical as a currency Onecoin exchange provides due to its centralization higher liquidity and less volatility, unlike multiple bitcoin exchanges
all selling at different rates... Dedication management team responsible for strategy , attracting merchants and building the Onecoin brands vs decentralized
approach bitcoin. Onecoin is mined in mining pools ( or teams ) keeping individual investments in hardware.. etc , minimal Onecoin uses KYC procedures and can not be abused for illegal purposes like bitcoin was ( Bitcoin was used for buying drugs
and weapon on the internet ) KYC procedures = KNOW YOUR CUSTOMERS procedures Onecoin is still in an early stage and therefore interesting for investors, while Bitcoin is already very mature please sign
up http://onecoin.eu/signup/withus
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One Coin presentation. Better than Bitcoin? Bitcoin News: OneCoin vs. Bitcoin Comparison OneCoin Vs Bitcoin Difference between OneCoin and Bitcoin easy explained Bitcoin VS Onecoin By Dr Ruja Ignatova Onelife Dealshaker TRADUCIDO

Bitcoin Vs onecoin. When it comes to digital investments, many of us feel that Onecoin might be a better option than Bitcoin. However, this is nowhere close to the actual truth as the industry veterans would know better. Those who do invest in Onecoin are not much aware of the cryptographic payment methods and bitcoin makes little sense to them. Since 2014, Onecoin proponents have claimed the Ponzi scheme was a real cryptocurrency with a blockchain and it would be considered the “Bitcoin killer.” Onecoin’s leader Ruja Ignatova who Bitcoin vs Onecoin. JP Buntinx April 11, 2017 Comparison, Viral. A lot of people seem to think Onecoin is a far better investment compared to bitcoin. While nothing could be further from the truth Bitcoin vs. Bitcoin Cash: An Overview . Since its inception, there have been questions surrounding bitcoin’s ability to scale effectively. Transactions involving the digital currency bitcoin are Onecoin exchange provides due to its centralization higher liquidity and less volatility, unlike multiple bitcoin exchanges all selling at different rates... Dedication management team responsible for strategy , attracting merchants and building the Onecoin brands vs decentralized approach bitcoin.

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One Coin presentation. Better than Bitcoin?

In just 1 year, 1.3 people building this currency worldwide, OneCoin reached 2 Billion dollars in market capitalization and hailed as the fastest growing Billion dollar company under its IPO. Bitcoin VS Onecoin By Dr Ruja Ignatova Onelife Dealshaker TRADUCIDO AlexStark CryptoTrader. ... (EUR) and the new OneCoin cryptocurrency. Ads are grouped based on geographic area, category and ... This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue. Watch Queue Queue OneCoin is not a copy of a BITCOIN. It is new generation of cryptic currency. You can find same, proven qualities from OneCoin that BITCOIN have, but there is also so much more in OneCoin. Those involved in OneCoin will say that “there are more people trading OneCoin than Bitcoin,” but that doesn’t really matter. Bitcoin has an open and free market, it’s transparent and is ...

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