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Discussion in 'Anything Goes' started by edgarf76, Nov 28, 2017.
Doesn't Ripple have an unlimited supply? i.e. your investment could be diluted/inflated away?
This all trend is going a little fast... It's getting harder to keep up
Already there are so many of these cryptocurrencies, that I do not know what's going on.
It looks like somehow playing the game to eat all real money
Isn't that the truth! I read about crypto 5-10 hours a week on average and have for a couple years now. I can't keep up with all the drama and I barely understand the concepts. Normally with that sort of effort one would develop a sense of understanding, though at times, with all the information overload, I just feel like a lost puppy!
Oh good - I'm glad to hear the "pros" are just as confused as us newbies!
I have now spread my limited investment (about 1.5Btc) across 10 alt-coins, with my main ones being Litecoin, Ripple & Funfair.
Now I just need to stop looking at the depressing charts for 6 months and hopefully come back to a nice surprise!
I'm in a few, I need to keep it manageable.
Good news for LTC and other Cryptos I guess
I'm still waiting for BTG.. it has more potential than half of what's out there yet few places have it available for trading
I haven't claimed mine actually. It's done the same as BCH before and does electrum supports it?
This has been a super interesting read... Do a little research on: edgeless.io
Its the first Etherum based online casino, open source (auditable) fully decentralized smart contract ran casino. They just got their first license in Curacao, but this could be a game changer. Smart contracts means this casino can not cheat, and anyone can audit the source code. Just an FYI of what the future may hold
We have some of these alt-coins that we are holding to eventually help pay for our new lamborghini.
Anyone at all know any reliable good brokers for buying?
That would depend heavily on what you want to buy, where you live, how you want to pay, etc.
live in the UK, paying on a debit card and a few thousand GBPs worth.
E Trade, Scotrade. There are public companies that invest in cypto. Look at DPW and RIOT. There are other trading platforms for individual currencies but there is decent money to be made with swing trading and options.
Thanks will check them out
Tweaked the thread title slightly as we are also discussing other cryptos.
Since I started investing in Cryptos just 3 weeks ago, Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum & Classic have ALL moved in the WRONG direction
Whereas all the altcoins I bought have ALL gone in the RIGHT direction! i.e. Aragon, Augur, Dash, Decred, FunFair, Golem & SALT have all gone up. Shame I only have small amounts of most of them (I now have a decent amount of Funfair after buying 3 times!)
Ripple is going great at the moment: It hit $2.45 briefly yesterday! Now back to $1.93 - hope it will recover though...
Ripple has taken the number 2 spot over the last week, overtaking Bitcoin cash and then Etherium.
I would expect it to overtake Bitcoin as number 1 in February or March and then there is no looking back for it.
I think there is a very good chance that Bitcoin and variants will virtually zero out by the end of 2018 (drop down to the hundreds rather than tens of thousands).
Etherium should cement itself in second position by summer and there will be a couple of surprise packages jumping into the top 10 after ico but most ico will fail.
Whatever happens the only stock I will be buying in 2018 is XRP.