Re: Top 5 Altcoins for Profitable Long-Term Investment

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@BEEnull, @RouletteSensei guys, Doge is going to skyrocket even more.
Check out this thread.

TL;DR:
2018 will be the year of the Dog in the Chinese lunar calendar. China will celebrate the new year on Feb 16th 2018, the most popular holiday in the Asian country.


Guys are making a Doge-video content. Example:




Doge is def a good investment for the next 2-3 weeks.
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Re: Top 5 Altcoins for Profitable Long-Term Investment

#12
@kenzie that video has me dead. it's hilarious. but I don't really see any technological reason to ever invest in this coin, and I typically stay away from the overly hyped stuff. when a coin is just hyped but has no developmental things going for it it's rise is never sustainable, or even reasonable.
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Re: Top 5 Altcoins for Profitable Long-Term Investment

#13
BEEnull wrote:
December 27th, 2017, 8:34 pm
@kenzie that video has me dead. it's hilarious. but I don't really see any technological reason to ever invest in this coin, and I typically stay away from the overly hyped stuff. when a coin is just hyped but has no developmental things going for it it's rise is never sustainable, or even reasonable.

100% of the coins are growing because of hypes. Technological updates actually are made for hype too :)
Anyway, if you play short, you need to look for a kind of 'good hype'.

For example, McAffee is making a bad hype: artificial pump made of nothing. The only reason: to fool the crowd and steal their money quickly. In bad hype, there is always a shitcoin involved. For example, the recent Verge pump. Verge is actually just a doge fork. It used to be called 'Dark Doge' before the rebranding. Sounds more than just suspicious :|

The 'year of a dog in China' is a good hype: the price of Doge will grow and most probably stay at the new level (like it did in the last month). Doge is actually a good coin: the Dogecoin community is friendly, open and not greed, the coin is secure and fast, the price is very stable.

That is why I empathize it and play short with Doge without any fears ;)

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Re: Top 5 Altcoins for Profitable Long-Term Investment

#14
There are a few good coins out there, apart from the ones mentioned, I like to go for coins that are actively been developed. Pillar and Lisk have road maps and post updates regularly. Dimcoin and Impak are two others which are worth time spending to research. I do not consider purchasing a coin purely based on its technical merits, sometimes a bad coin can do well because it fulfills a need.
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Re: Top 5 Altcoins for Profitable Long-Term Investment

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BlockQuake wrote:
January 30th, 2018, 9:07 pm
There are a few good coins out there, apart from the ones mentioned, I like to go for coins that are actively been developed. Pillar and Lisk have road maps and post updates regularly. Dimcoin and Impak are two others which are worth time spending to research. I do not consider purchasing a coin purely based on its technical merits, sometimes a bad coin can do well because it fulfills a need.
Hello, BlockQuake!
You seem to be that rare type of cryptocurrency enthusiasts who care about underlying technologies and dig team members. That's great!
What do you think about Cardano? They have a decent roadmap and a great team. I think they have all chances to become a great competitor to Ethereum after the release of the Cardano platform (in 2020).
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Re: Top 5 Altcoins for Profitable Long-Term Investment

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rominakash wrote:
February 1st, 2018, 9:23 pm
alexanderisora wrote:
February 1st, 2018, 6:01 am
rominakash wrote:
January 31st, 2018, 9:01 pm
What is the difference between the ones you are proposing? :D :shock:
Well, they are different in many ways: technology, team, industry, volatility, popularity. What exactly do you want to know?
Maybe the scope, what kind of technology? at least to start :shock:
I'd recommend learning stuff on Wiki:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bitcoin
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethereum
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ripple_(payment_protocol)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NEM_(cryptocurrency)

I know that recommending such heavy reads might look very lame. There are many blog posts that describe the coins, but all the blogs do it briefly.
If you want to be serious with crypto, consume meaty and deep WIki pages rather than overviewing amateurs' posts.
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