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« on: May 05, 2021, 10:06 »
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anyone holding the same?
I see a sudden surge in the price.. will this burst one day?


« Reply #1 on: May 05, 2021, 10:48 »
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HOLD IT TO THE END.

 :o

« Reply #2 on: May 05, 2021, 10:49 »
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(dangerous but funny)


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« Reply #3 on: May 07, 2021, 02:10 »
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uuh no Doge doesn't have good tokenomics hold Ethereum, BTC or ADA but not Doge, one wallet holds about 20% of all Dogecoins you are just making a rich person richer, you can speculate with doge that's okay if you know what you are doing but don't hold!

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« Reply #4 on: May 07, 2021, 02:13 »
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yes very probably that it will burst, they just speculate for Elons appearance on SNF that is the reason it is/was going up the last days!

« Reply #5 on: May 07, 2021, 09:47 »
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All cryptos are the same, a Ponzi scheme. Most of my money is in bitcoins, but I can't see any problem with doge. At the end of the day what you really need to know is you can't invest money in these things if you are not ready to lose it.

Is just gambling.

« Reply #6 on: May 07, 2021, 09:54 »
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all gambling.. currently its all bull... waiting for the downfall.

« Reply #7 on: May 07, 2021, 10:09 »
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Who knows.

I you see the graphic could be a base to grow again in the same ratio. Or the opposite.

I don't have a lot of money in doge, so I'm fine.

farbled

« Reply #8 on: May 07, 2021, 10:42 »
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Who knows.

I you see the graphic could be a base to grow again in the same ratio. Or the opposite.

I don't have a lot of money in doge, so I'm fine.

I think Doge is a hobby coin, but its fun and was cheap to get into. With two billionaires touting it for a quick buck, it makes sense since it will (calculated risk here) probably go up further. So that hundred bucks can easily become 200, or a thousand overnight, or back to ten. I find if I change "coin" to "stock" in my head, its more palatable and very similar. Risk versus reward.

« Reply #9 on: May 07, 2021, 12:51 »
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I think so. I'm not getting married with doge but I have some euros there and gonna wait... If it collapses I'll hold my coins.

But it works like the other markets. This month I'm earning more in doge than in SS. So...

And I think It's a funny idea. We take a shitcoin and try to become an standard stronger than USD  ;D

On the other hand I'm not married with Euro, USD or Bitcoin either. If Doge works fine I'll buy more.

« Last Edit: May 07, 2021, 12:57 by trabuco »

farbled

« Reply #10 on: May 07, 2021, 13:09 »
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I think so. I'm not getting married with doge but I have some euros there and gonna wait... If it collapses I'll hold my coins.

But it works like the other markets. This month I'm earning more in doge than in SS. So...

And I think It's a funny idea. We take a shitcoin and try to become an standard stronger than USD  ;D

On the other hand I'm not married with Euro, USD or Bitcoin either. If Doge works fine I'll buy more.
I got out when I doubled my money. Not bad, but man.. I do expect it to see a dollar eventually. Maybe I'll stock up again, but not yet.

« Reply #11 on: May 07, 2021, 13:13 »
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I understand you. It's a logical move.

I don't really know what I'm going to do. Thinking in hold now but you know...

farbled

« Reply #12 on: May 07, 2021, 13:20 »
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I understand you. It's a logical move.

I don't really know what I'm going to do. Thinking in hold now but you know...

I think you should do what's best for you. If you can afford to lose it, then HODL. If not, make a profit and smile on the way to the bank.
(just my opinion, not financial advice in any way)

« Reply #13 on: May 07, 2021, 18:19 »
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I think Elon could get into serious trouble with Doge. While he might be having fun with it, when it crashes, as it always does, many people will lose a lot of money. At least he can go to Mars :)

« Reply #14 on: May 08, 2021, 01:07 »
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All cryptos crash, not just doge. Bitcoin a 30% a few days ago.

« Reply #15 on: May 08, 2021, 01:11 »
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I think Elon could get into serious trouble with Doge. While he might be having fun with it, when it crashes, as it always does, many people will lose a lot of money. At least he can go to Mars :)

Elon is only playing with it.
With his recent tweet he warned people to stay cautious and not to put their life earning in crypto.

50%

« Reply #16 on: May 08, 2021, 03:11 »
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All cryptos are the same, a Ponzi scheme. Most of my money is in bitcoins, but I can't see any problem with doge. At the end of the day what you really need to know is you can't invest money in these things if you are not ready to lose it.

Is just gambling.
You either don't understand what a Ponzi scheme is or you don't understand the blockchain technology from your post I'm assuming you don't understand both at all.
Yes people which get earlier in cryptos get higher rewarded than people that go later in crypto because they are taking a higher risk but everyone wins not a Ponzi scheme at all. The blockchain technology is a revolution you need to get yourself informed.

« Reply #17 on: May 08, 2021, 05:10 »
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Funny post.

Cryptos are nothing and their value is nothing. Are not money, are not coins, are not USD or Euros, are not silver or gold, are not a house or a parcel, are not a part of a company. It's stupid to think they are something like real money. If doge goes to the Moon ALL of the bitcoiners will sell BTC and buy DOGE and then they will sink BTC.

The point is that you just own 1 and 0 that, in most of cases, are useless. The blockchain technology means nothing for the 99.99% of Earth population. And yes, most of cryptos are Ponzi scheme with no doubt. I own some, but I'm not a part of a cult. It's better to know well where you are with your money.

We have seen this before, with other market revolution based on mortages and money coming from bets.

But you can be sure about one thing: Cryptos will never be close to replace real money or close to be used like real money. Can't happen. And all the futuristic companies adopting BTC will step back in the first crash.

Regards.

50%

« Reply #18 on: May 08, 2021, 06:09 »
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You clearly don't know what a Ponzi scheme is saying crypto in general is a Ponzi scheme is like saying gold is a Ponzi scheme, of course some of the cryptos needed to be avoided so you need to do a full research before investing in one but you don't understand neither the technology nor the power or the idea of a decentralized finance system. Crypto has mighty opponents because it takes power away from the banksters and the governments but the genie is out of the bottle and there is no way back. You are right that for a huge part of the population the blockchain technology at the moment doesn't mean anything it's the same with internet 25 years ago the internet doesn't mean anything to a huge part of the population. It is still early days in crypto so where will a lot of rewards for the people to jump in early it will remain highly volatile for the time being but it will succeed.

Noedelhap

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« Reply #19 on: May 08, 2021, 06:53 »
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Funny post.

Cryptos are nothing and their value is nothing. Are not money, are not coins, are not USD or Euros, are not silver or gold, are not a house or a parcel, are not a part of a company. It's stupid to think they are something like real money. If doge goes to the Moon ALL of the bitcoiners will sell BTC and buy DOGE and then they will sink BTC.

The point is that you just own 1 and 0 that, in most of cases, are useless. The blockchain technology means nothing for the 99.99% of Earth population. And yes, most of cryptos are Ponzi scheme with no doubt. I own some, but I'm not a part of a cult. It's better to know well where you are with your money.

We have seen this before, with other market revolution based on mortages and money coming from bets.

But you can be sure about one thing: Cryptos will never be close to replace real money or close to be used like real money. Can't happen. And all the futuristic companies adopting BTC will step back in the first crash.

Regards.


I'm sorry, but what you're saying doesn't make sense.
First of all, all kinds of money, even USD and EUR, can be considered worrtless by itself. It's represented by pieces of paper and coins of (cheap) metals. Most (fiat) money exists on bank accounts, as virtual 0s and 1s. Collectively, we agreed that these accounts hold value and that value can be exchanged.

The same thing goes for crypto coins/tokens. Its value is derived from supply and demand. What someone considers valuable, someone else may not. Fiat may currently be more universally accepted, but it won't be long before crypto becomes equally accepted, because of the decentralization aspect. Maybe not bitcoin (it's almost antique by now) but certainly another one which is more suited for mass adoption. Blockchain is abracadabra for most people, but like economics you don't have to understand every little thing in order to use it as money.
And then there are some crypto projects/ coins which have actual use cases within a certain ecosystem, beyond pure speculation. I don't know what makes you so sure it's never going to replace anything, but I wouldn't write off crypto just yet.


« Reply #20 on: May 09, 2021, 02:42 »
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I'm not against cryptos, just saying are not money or even close to real money. You are not going to ask to your employer to be paid in bitcoins. Because money has some kind of stability and  confidence. 

I can be wrong with blockchain technology, I admit. It's useful for several "real" industries in very particular uses but, I think It's nothing like a revolution. f.i. I'm following a crypto that I think it has a very interesting technology behind, Vechain, because a lot of big industries need this kind of solutions (in my country, cars and wine). But VET doesn't work well and others without nothing behind do, because this market is just about gambling.

When I talk about ponzi I mean that there are a lot of cryptos supporting a lot of similar projects that, in fact, are all the same. And we can't know wich is a good one. Like Cardano f.i. Most of cryptos at best are like some kind of debt issuance with eyes closed. Not money or coins and not supported by nothing.

Sorry for my English, short for this kind of topic.

« Reply #21 on: May 09, 2021, 05:42 »
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I think so. I'm not getting married with doge but I have some euros there and gonna wait... If it collapses I'll hold my coins.

But it works like the other markets. This month I'm earning more in doge than in SS. So...

And I think It's a funny idea. We take a shitcoin and try to become an standard stronger than USD  ;D

On the other hand I'm not married with Euro, USD or Bitcoin either. If Doge works fine I'll buy more.
I got out when I doubled my money. Not bad, but man.. I do expect it to see a dollar eventually. Maybe I'll stock up again, but not yet.

I have sold before the crash in the morning.

50%

« Reply #22 on: May 09, 2021, 06:21 »
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HOLD IT TO THE END.


I have sold before the crash in the morning.
a few days earlier you recommended an inexperienced fellow artist to buy and hold it to the end and now you are bragging that you sold it just right before the downfall, there is only one word to describe people like you: make your own conclusions but I've made mine!
« Last Edit: May 09, 2021, 06:26 by 50% »

« Reply #23 on: May 09, 2021, 07:02 »
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Recommended?  :o

What I have recommended is just not to put money that you can't lose. Don't you have read my previous posts saying that cryptos are shi. and a Ponzi? Bitcoin and Doge are the same shi.


Many of you have a very thin skin.

« Reply #24 on: May 09, 2021, 07:04 »
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(dangerous but funny)

recommended

« Reply #25 on: May 09, 2021, 07:13 »
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All cryptos are the same, a Ponzi scheme

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I you see the graphic could be a base to grow again in the same ratio. Or the opposite.


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We take a shitcoin and try to become an standard stronger than USD


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I don't really know what I'm going to do. Thinking in hold now but you know...


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All cryptos crash, not just doge. Bitcoin a 30% a few days ago.


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Cryptos are nothing and their value is nothing.


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It's stupid to think they are something like real money.

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And yes, most of cryptos are Ponzi scheme with no doubt. I own some, but I'm not a part of a cult. It's better to know well where you are with your money.


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We have seen this before, with other market revolution based on mortages and money coming from bets.

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this market is just about gambling.

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Most of cryptos at best are like some kind of debt issuance with eyes closed. Not money or coins and not supported by nothing.

Recommended.

« Reply #26 on: May 09, 2021, 07:14 »
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Some countries need to learn how to talk again.

« Reply #27 on: May 10, 2021, 04:38 »
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Following the topic, SpaceX now holds DOGE.

So, I have bought again, more coins than before. Maybe they will eat my small profit, don't know. But I like DOGE anyway. Glad of not to see it on the ground (yet).

CRYPTOS ARE DANGEROUS, BE CAREFUL WITH YOUR MONEY.

Uncle Pete

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« Reply #28 on: May 10, 2021, 10:47 »
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You clearly don't know what a Ponzi scheme is saying crypto in general is a Ponzi scheme is like saying gold is a Ponzi scheme, of course some of the cryptos needed to be avoided so you need to do a full research before investing in one but you don't understand neither the technology nor the power or the idea of a decentralized finance system. Crypto has mighty opponents because it takes power away from the banksters and the governments but the genie is out of the bottle and there is no way back. You are right that for a huge part of the population the blockchain technology at the moment doesn't mean anything it's the same with internet 25 years ago the internet doesn't mean anything to a huge part of the population. It is still early days in crypto so where will a lot of rewards for the people to jump in early it will remain highly volatile for the time being but it will succeed.

Yes, precious metals are a pump and dump scheme.  :) The people making money are the dealers, not the public, in most cases. Just like a casino bookie, they take 10% on every transaction or at the least, no risk, as they buy for less and sell for more.

Coin is unpredictable and in it's infancy. All these wild predictions are ignoring that most of the coins will fail eventually, like any other new technology. The ones left standing will be making the changes to the way we trade products for something of value.

My biggest complaint is I have ETH and can't spend or convert it. The gas fees are also going through the sky, as they are relative to the value of the coin. When transactions are easier and fluid, then coin will start to take a bigger hold. Right now coin is too complicated.

ps https://coinmarketcap.com/  look at some of the graphs? What the heck, Binance and Tether are wild, and they are supposed to be tied to the US dollar? ETH up 400% in the last year, I like that.

Noedelhap

  • www.colincramm.com

« Reply #29 on: May 10, 2021, 10:57 »
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You clearly don't know what a Ponzi scheme is saying crypto in general is a Ponzi scheme is like saying gold is a Ponzi scheme, of course some of the cryptos needed to be avoided so you need to do a full research before investing in one but you don't understand neither the technology nor the power or the idea of a decentralized finance system. Crypto has mighty opponents because it takes power away from the banksters and the governments but the genie is out of the bottle and there is no way back. You are right that for a huge part of the population the blockchain technology at the moment doesn't mean anything it's the same with internet 25 years ago the internet doesn't mean anything to a huge part of the population. It is still early days in crypto so where will a lot of rewards for the people to jump in early it will remain highly volatile for the time being but it will succeed.

Yes, precious metals are a pump and dump scheme.  :) The people making money are the dealers, not the public, in most cases. Just like a casino bookie, they take 10% on every transaction or at the least, no risk, as they buy for less and sell for more.

Coin is unpredictable and in it's infancy. All these wild predictions are ignoring that most of the coins will fail eventually, like any other new technology. The ones left standing will be making the changes to the way we trade products for something of value.

My biggest complaint is I have ETH and can't spend or convert it. The gas fees are also going through the sky, as they are relative to the value of the coin. When transactions are easier and fluid, then coin will start to take a bigger hold. Right now coin is too complicated.

ps https://coinmarketcap.com/  look at some of the graphs? What the heck, Binance and Tether are wild, and they are supposed to be tied to the US dollar? ETH up 400% in the last year, I like that.


Tether is pegged to the USD, so it fluctuates constantly between 0.99998 and 1.0001 as it tries to remains constant. Hence the 'wild' looking graph.
BNB is not pegged to the USD, it's making a steady climb upwards since February.

Uncle Pete

  • Great Place by a Great Lake - My Home Port
« Reply #30 on: May 10, 2021, 11:24 »
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You clearly don't know what a Ponzi scheme is saying crypto in general is a Ponzi scheme is like saying gold is a Ponzi scheme, of course some of the cryptos needed to be avoided so you need to do a full research before investing in one but you don't understand neither the technology nor the power or the idea of a decentralized finance system. Crypto has mighty opponents because it takes power away from the banksters and the governments but the genie is out of the bottle and there is no way back. You are right that for a huge part of the population the blockchain technology at the moment doesn't mean anything it's the same with internet 25 years ago the internet doesn't mean anything to a huge part of the population. It is still early days in crypto so where will a lot of rewards for the people to jump in early it will remain highly volatile for the time being but it will succeed.

Yes, precious metals are a pump and dump scheme.  :) The people making money are the dealers, not the public, in most cases. Just like a casino bookie, they take 10% on every transaction or at the least, no risk, as they buy for less and sell for more.

Coin is unpredictable and in it's infancy. All these wild predictions are ignoring that most of the coins will fail eventually, like any other new technology. The ones left standing will be making the changes to the way we trade products for something of value.

My biggest complaint is I have ETH and can't spend or convert it. The gas fees are also going through the sky, as they are relative to the value of the coin. When transactions are easier and fluid, then coin will start to take a bigger hold. Right now coin is too complicated.

ps https://coinmarketcap.com/  look at some of the graphs? What the heck, Binance and Tether are wild, and they are supposed to be tied to the US dollar? ETH up 400% in the last year, I like that.


Tether is pegged to the USD, so it fluctuates constantly between 0.99998 and 1.0001 as it tries to remains constant. Hence the 'wild' looking graph.
BNB is not pegged to the USD, it's making a steady climb upwards since February.

Thanks, so like a penny stock going from 15/16th up to 1 and back down? Looks like a big variation, because of the low values.  :)

« Reply #31 on: May 11, 2021, 04:21 »
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Do you guys know if dogecoin implemented mimblewimble?

« Reply #32 on: May 12, 2021, 01:11 »
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Do you guys know if dogecoin implemented mimblewimble?

and what is mimblewimble?

« Reply #33 on: May 12, 2021, 02:23 »
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Do you guys know if dogecoin implemented mimblewimble?

and what is mimblewimble?

It's a blockchain protocol, focused on privacy

angelawaye

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« Reply #34 on: May 12, 2021, 12:42 »
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Still holding Doge. Got in at .22
Make sure to invest in ETH too.

« Reply #35 on: May 13, 2021, 10:43 »
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I bought a few $ worth at $0.05 so wish I'd bought a few $1K worth. Ohh well it'll probably be worth $0.05 again by this time next year.


 

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