Free ebook The Art of Cryptocurrency - Beginner's tool to understanding the world of Cryptocurrency (Bitcoin, Litecoin, Etherium, Dash, Monero) @ Amazon
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Free ebook The Art of Cryptocurrency - Beginner's tool to understanding the world of Cryptocurrency (Bitcoin, Litecoin, Etherium, Dash, Monero) @ Amazon

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Found 4th Feb
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 208.0 KB
  • Print Length: 37 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B079HDJWQF
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reconminicon3 h, 37 m ago

Bit late to read this


The world of Cryptocurrency and digital assets is still so new. Its still a tiny industry. Anyone that doesn't get in before 2021 will be kicking themselves. Tokenized economy seems to be the way forward. Have a mobile phone? You can become an investor in newly established projects of the future. Bitcoin is just the tip of the iceberg.
Confuzz9 h, 13 m ago

If it doesn't get banned http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-42940728


You do understand that banning fools from buying cryptocurrency on their credit cards is not the same as banning it outright. And actually this is a wise move. Anyone who buys crypto on a credit card and not their own money (for whatever reason) is a fool, this is just to protect the bank in case of a default.

Heard the Ponzi scheme thing all too often, but it’s just a knee jerk reaction from people who don’t know better. Crypto is definitely not a get rich quick scheme and not for the faint hearted either.

Well you can make your own minds up. This e-book is a good idea as it brings together a decent amount of useful advice in one place. If you asked me, I’d probably advise people to do their own research and not write it off just yet. Unless you’re happy with your dial-up modems, mobile that only makes calls and carrying these lumps of metal around that you exchange for items (this is a joke before anyone gets the hump)
Edited by: "plewis00" 5th Feb
David_Robinson1 h, 5 m ago

I was told the same when I invested £500 12 months ago.. I'm now sat on …I was told the same when I invested £500 12 months ago.. I'm now sat on £500,000 worth of tokens from 6 blockchain payment and cloud storage businesses and I'm still not selling. Those who see the long term potential in blockchain and democratised financial systems didn't sell before Christmas. It was the moron panic sellers who bought in at an all time high on bitcoin and lost everything. Yes there are whales who manipulate, like any market. But the little man with brains can make a sh*t-tonne of money too. Bookmark this comment for 12 months time and we'll discuss the new wave price of each crypto and how you wish you got in on the latest dip..



and here you are on hotukdeals ...
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Can I get a hardback version?
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Thanks OP.
Have you read it yet, what did you think?
Bit late to read this
Thank you OP for the post.
reconminicon3 h, 37 m ago

Bit late to read this


The world of Cryptocurrency and digital assets is still so new. Its still a tiny industry. Anyone that doesn't get in before 2021 will be kicking themselves. Tokenized economy seems to be the way forward. Have a mobile phone? You can become an investor in newly established projects of the future. Bitcoin is just the tip of the iceberg.
scottswaha7 h, 57 m ago

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There are ponzi schemes within crypto but the majority of projects in the coming tokenized economy will make you millions. Crypto currency and digital assets are still so young. With an estimated 3 trillion market cap by 2022...
David_Robinson10 m ago

There are ponzi schemes within crypto but the majority of projects in the …There are ponzi schemes within crypto but the majority of projects in the coming tokenized economy will make you millions. Crypto currency and digital assets are still so young. With an estimated 3 trillion market cap by 2022...


If it doesn't get banned
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Confuzz10 m ago

If it doesn't get banned http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-42940728


Governments, banks and the trad investment schemes around the developed world have a vested interest in protecting their wealth and that of their clients - I also think it will be outlawed eventually.
Confuzz9 h, 13 m ago

If it doesn't get banned http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-42940728


You do understand that banning fools from buying cryptocurrency on their credit cards is not the same as banning it outright. And actually this is a wise move. Anyone who buys crypto on a credit card and not their own money (for whatever reason) is a fool, this is just to protect the bank in case of a default.

Heard the Ponzi scheme thing all too often, but it’s just a knee jerk reaction from people who don’t know better. Crypto is definitely not a get rich quick scheme and not for the faint hearted either.

Well you can make your own minds up. This e-book is a good idea as it brings together a decent amount of useful advice in one place. If you asked me, I’d probably advise people to do their own research and not write it off just yet. Unless you’re happy with your dial-up modems, mobile that only makes calls and carrying these lumps of metal around that you exchange for items (this is a joke before anyone gets the hump)
Edited by: "plewis00" 5th Feb
David_Robinson37 m ago

The world of Cryptocurrency and digital assets is still so new. Its still …The world of Cryptocurrency and digital assets is still so new. Its still a tiny industry. Anyone that doesn't get in before 2021 will be kicking themselves. Tokenized economy seems to be the way forward. Have a mobile phone? You can become an investor in newly established projects of the future. Bitcoin is just the tip of the iceberg.



Sure, the whales (smart money, early adopters) stayed in for the real Billions....Err, no, they didn't, they cashed out before Christmas...Just before all the threats of state controls and banning began.

New 'super tech'? Rubbish, it is based on a cyclic redundancy scheme. A get rich quick scheme for the mug. It serves no other purpose, apart from enabling criminals and drug deals, that and polluting the enviroment as the little miners steal electricity from their moms.
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plewis0011 m ago

You do understand than banning fools from buying cryptocurrency on their …You do understand than banning fools from buying cryptocurrency on their credit cards is not the same as banning it outright.



If it is such a 'wonderful' investment, why should it matter how they buy cryptoponzi?
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scottswaha23 m ago

Sure, the whales (smart money, early adopters) stayed in for the real …Sure, the whales (smart money, early adopters) stayed in for the real Billions....Err, no, they didn't, they cashed out before Christmas...Just before all the threats of state controls and banning began. New 'super tech'? Rubbish, it is based on a cyclic redundancy scheme. A get rich quick scheme for the mug. It serves no other purpose, apart from enabling criminals and drug deals, that and polluting the enviroment as the little miners steal electricity from their moms.


Are you telling me that EDF are in on it? What do they hope to gain from increased wear and tear on the electricity network?

My Solar panels, stop me from stealing my mother's Electricity, helps she live 3 hours away.

If my PC can pay for the hardware I'd never have thought about putting in it, I'll be happy. You can stick with your one tracked nendetta.
scottswaha26 m ago

Sure, the whales (smart money, early adopters) stayed in for the real …Sure, the whales (smart money, early adopters) stayed in for the real Billions....Err, no, they didn't, they cashed out before Christmas...Just before all the threats of state controls and banning began. New 'super tech'? Rubbish, it is based on a cyclic redundancy scheme. A get rich quick scheme for the mug. It serves no other purpose, apart from enabling criminals and drug deals, that and polluting the enviroment as the little miners steal electricity from their moms.


I was told the same when I invested £500 12 months ago.. I'm now sat on £500,000 worth of tokens from 6 blockchain payment and cloud storage businesses and I'm still not selling. Those who see the long term potential in blockchain and democratised financial systems didn't sell before Christmas. It was the moron panic sellers who bought in at an all time high on bitcoin and lost everything. Yes there are whales who manipulate, like any market. But the little man with brains can make a sh*t-tonne of money too. Bookmark this comment for 12 months time and we'll discuss the new wave price of each crypto and how you wish you got in on the latest dip..
Oneday778 m ago

Are you telling me that EDF are in on it? What do they hope to gain from …Are you telling me that EDF are in on it? What do they hope to gain from increased wear and tear on the electricity network?My Solar panels, stop me from stealing my mother's Electricity, helps she live 3 hours away.If my PC can pay for the hardware I'd never have thought about putting in it, I'll be happy. You can stick with your one tracked nendetta.


As if..90% of the gamers who mine will be paying mom and dad for the electricity.

"You can stick with your one tracked nendetta"...

I'm sure all Ponzi Mugs and Ponzi scammers have said the very same things in the past.
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scottswaha58 m ago

If it is such a 'wonderful' investment, why should it matter how they buy …If it is such a 'wonderful' investment, why should it matter how they buy cryptoponzi?


Try and invest in something else with a credit card... You can’t. Regulations have got to catch up, it’s evolution.
Sounds like ya still stuck in the dinosaur ages though
dooglebear13 m ago

Try and invest in something else with a credit card... You can’t. R …Try and invest in something else with a credit card... You can’t. Regulations have got to catch up, it’s evolution.Sounds like ya still stuck in the dinosaur ages though



Yeah, but it is Lloyds who are not allowing the purchase, not the brokers...some brokers DO allow purchases with credit cards.

Sorry, i'm just a poor thick Dinosaur...

But...

Shouldn't the 'promise' of this regulation and control improve stability rather than the opposite???
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David_Robinson1 h, 5 m ago

I was told the same when I invested £500 12 months ago.. I'm now sat on …I was told the same when I invested £500 12 months ago.. I'm now sat on £500,000 worth of tokens from 6 blockchain payment and cloud storage businesses and I'm still not selling. Those who see the long term potential in blockchain and democratised financial systems didn't sell before Christmas. It was the moron panic sellers who bought in at an all time high on bitcoin and lost everything. Yes there are whales who manipulate, like any market. But the little man with brains can make a sh*t-tonne of money too. Bookmark this comment for 12 months time and we'll discuss the new wave price of each crypto and how you wish you got in on the latest dip..



and here you are on hotukdeals ...
David_Robinson1 h, 6 m ago

I was told the same when I invested £500 12 months ago.. I'm now sat on …I was told the same when I invested £500 12 months ago.. I'm now sat on £500,000 worth of tokens from 6 blockchain payment and cloud storage businesses and I'm still not selling. Those who see the long term potential in blockchain and democratised financial systems didn't sell before Christmas. It was the moron panic sellers who bought in at an all time high on bitcoin and lost everything. Yes there are whales who manipulate, like any market. But the little man with brains can make a sh*t-tonne of money too. Bookmark this comment for 12 months time and we'll discuss the new wave price of each crypto and how you wish you got in on the latest dip..


I love these miner who think they are better and smarter than everybody else. I tried it for a month to see what it was all about but stopped not because i wasn't making money but because i couldn't justify using so much electricity on something which imo is a really dificult curency to actually use because it price is so volatile. I agree with what some people are saying it is a gamble and no one knows what is going to happen in 12 months time. But its not for me i just don't agree with it at the moment
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Confuzz5 m ago

I love these miner who think they are better and smarter than everybody …I love these miner who think they are better and smarter than everybody else. I tried it for a month to see what it was all about but stopped not because i wasn't making money but because i couldn't justify using so much electricity on something which imo is a really dificult curency to actually use because it price is so volatile. I agree with what some people are saying it is a gamble and no one knows what is going to happen in 12 months time. But its not for me i just don't agree with it at the moment



Yeah, but if you are wee Jimmy in the basement, mom doesn't have a clue why are her bills are going up...You do your gaming by day and keep ALL the profit sans any bills...it's a 'win-win'.
A book about electronic currency resorts to paper for publication.

That's all you need to know right there folks!
David_Robinson2 h, 31 m ago

I was told the same when I invested £500 12 months ago.. I'm now sat on …I was told the same when I invested £500 12 months ago.. I'm now sat on £500,000 worth of tokens from 6 blockchain payment and cloud storage businesses and I'm still not selling. Those who see the long term potential in blockchain and democratised financial systems didn't sell before Christmas. It was the moron panic sellers who bought in at an all time high on bitcoin and lost everything. Yes there are whales who manipulate, like any market. But the little man with brains can make a sh*t-tonne of money too. Bookmark this comment for 12 months time and we'll discuss the new wave price of each crypto and how you wish you got in on the latest dip..


Awesome. To the doubters, there are many stories like this. Which coins would you recommend now?
RRP is normally £3.99... £4.27... £2.69...
It is gambling. No one knows what will happen. It's a very young tech so it is incredibly unpredictable. It would only take one major government banning bitcoins to make crypto prices plummet. And that could happen if a major bank decided to pressure certain governments to do so. Just think about how volatile that is.
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intime9 h, 30 m ago

Thanks OP. Have you read it yet, what did you think?


Unfortunately, as with all these book deals and all books these days, I 'buy' them and never read them..
I'm gonna be rich I tell ya! RIIIIICH!!!
As bitcoin has halved in value in less than a month .., this is like shutting the stable door after the horse has bolted
scottswaha5 h, 28 m ago

Sure, the whales (smart money, early adopters) stayed in for the real …Sure, the whales (smart money, early adopters) stayed in for the real Billions....Err, no, they didn't, they cashed out before Christmas...Just before all the threats of state controls and banning began. New 'super tech'? Rubbish, it is based on a cyclic redundancy scheme. A get rich quick scheme for the mug. It serves no other purpose, apart from enabling criminals and drug deals, that and polluting the enviroment as the little miners steal electricity from their moms.



I don't think you even know what you're talking about. Please take a look at the bitcoin's whitepaper, for example, and see for yourself whether CRC is being used there. bitcoin.org/bit…pdf
David_Robinson6 h, 23 m ago

The world of Cryptocurrency and digital assets is still so new. Its still …The world of Cryptocurrency and digital assets is still so new. Its still a tiny industry. Anyone that doesn't get in before 2021 will be kicking themselves. Tokenized economy seems to be the way forward. Have a mobile phone? You can become an investor in newly established projects of the future. Bitcoin is just the tip of the iceberg.


How? When it is been banned by so many countries and banks. And the bottom has dropped right out of it?
joewandy1 h, 5 m ago

I don't think you even know what you're talking about. Please take a look …I don't think you even know what you're talking about. Please take a look at the bitcoin's whitepaper, for example, and see for yourself whether CRC is being used there. https://bitcoin.org/bitcoin.pdf


All the blockchain is is a ledger copied in multiple computers...
So what. big whaaaaallll....
Do you even know what a Ponzi scheme is...this is the important bit.
Here is the structure of a Ponzi Scheme...Looks familiar....?

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scottswaha15 h, 41 m ago

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Lot of idiots trying to use it in ponzi schemes but it is not a ponzi scheme in itself with blockchain which most banks are scurrying to!!! Ironically is'nt the doller a ponzi scheme ever since it stopped being balanced with gold and now the US government balance it with IOU to other countries or just print money without a balance
OperateOnMe48 m ago

Lot of idiots trying to use it in ponzi schemes but it is not a ponzi …Lot of idiots trying to use it in ponzi schemes but it is not a ponzi scheme in itself with blockchain which most banks are scurrying to!!! Ironically is'nt the doller a ponzi scheme ever since it stopped being balanced with gold and now the US government balance it with IOU to other countries or just print money without a balance


Why don't we ask someone who bought in at $20k just when the 'whales' cashed out if they think it is a Ponzi scheme.
Fiat currencies are backed by a little bit more than greed and do have useful purposes other than buying drugs and money laundering.
scottswaha19 m ago

Why don't we ask someone who bought in at $20k just when the 'whales' …Why don't we ask someone who bought in at $20k just when the 'whales' cashed out if they think it is a Ponzi scheme.Fiat currencies are backed by a little bit more than greed and do have useful purposes other than buying drugs and money laundering.



It's these sort of responses that suggest crypto is very much still undervalued. I know this guy is probably angry that he invested at the wrong time, but the general lack of knowledge from someone who is 'interested' is telling. The spike in late 2017 brought awareness of crypto to a bigger audience without giving any real understanding of it. Once the understanding of how cryptos can be used to problem solve goes mainstream it'll be very interesting.
Canali4421 m ago

It's these sort of responses that suggest crypto is very much still …It's these sort of responses that suggest crypto is very much still undervalued. I know this guy is probably angry that he invested at the wrong time, but the general lack of knowledge from someone who is 'interested' is telling. The spike in late 2017 brought awareness of crypto to a bigger audience without giving any real understanding of it. Once the understanding of how cryptos can be used to problem solve goes mainstream it'll be very interesting.



Yeah, 'keep buying crypto even although it's collapsed'.
Used to problem solve...How exactly?
I'm not buying it, written through the eyes of one ardent crypto fanboi.
I think the point of the post and the book, but certainly for me, is to understand the blockchain behind cryptocurrency and the possible uses for cryptocurrency in the future. The fact the cryptocurrencies have been used as investments detracts from the point of this technology, although has aided to highlight current issues with various cryptocurrencies i.e Bitcoin is far too slow to be used for transactions, the system vulnerable to manipulation, they can be hacked etc. but no doubt some form of regulation/control will help resolve the issues.

The dot com boom didn't spell the end of the internet and similarly Blockchain technology is here to stay, if you want to invest, the safest and most productive way, is to read and understand it.
Tulip Mania 1634 -37 - Value of 1 Tulip bulb rises to 10x Annual wage
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Bitcoin Mania 2015 -18 - Value of 1 bitcoin closely follows the Tulip Chart
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Ref:- en.wikipedia.org/wik…nia
Edited by: "restyler" 5th Feb
scottswaha13 h, 22 m ago

Sure, the whales (smart money, early adopters) stayed in for the real …Sure, the whales (smart money, early adopters) stayed in for the real Billions....Err, no, they didn't, they cashed out before Christmas...Just before all the threats of state controls and banning began. New 'super tech'? Rubbish, it is based on a cyclic redundancy scheme. A get rich quick scheme for the mug. It serves no other purpose, apart from enabling criminals and drug deals, that and polluting the enviroment as the little miners steal electricity from their moms.


Says every person who has no idea what they are talking about and get all of their information from the mainstream media.
scottswaha13 h, 32 m ago

Sure, the whales (smart money, early adopters) stayed in for the real …Sure, the whales (smart money, early adopters) stayed in for the real Billions....Err, no, they didn't, they cashed out before Christmas...Just before all the threats of state controls and banning began. New 'super tech'? Rubbish, it is based on a cyclic redundancy scheme. A get rich quick scheme for the mug. It serves no other purpose, apart from enabling criminals and drug deals, that and polluting the enviroment as the little miners steal electricity from their moms.



I don't get why this whole Crypto thing bothers you so much?! You even created a MISC thread asking if Bitcoin was dead and then posted a shedload of boring arguments with another user as you tried to "win"?!? I don't get it, are you miffed that you missed out or just lacking a hobby?

I don't really like asparagus but I wouldn't pollute a post on it, nor would I try to convince others not to eat asparagus. If the people investing in BTC are wrong and it all goes belly up after they sold their houses to fund the "Ponzi" scheme as you keep banging on about, SO WHAT?!?! Similarly, I'm sure they will be back to rub your nose in it if they are right
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