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  2. nothing new
  3. These three things can be attributed to any cryptocurrency. The feature of the REcoin is that it must be stable, as for me.
  4. too early to talk about something until the currency is not out
  5. lol i read about and follow it on fb and twitter and can't wait for start REcoin as much as for August 1, 2017. if you know what i mean
  6. Check they FB: And twitter:
  7. hmm, well i think main goals of recoin is real estate and now it is better to use it for this purpose. as i remember dogecoin is good for charities
  8. Tnx for the info! I seach more but can't find but now. I'm soooo interested in ReCoin and can't wait when it start
  9. Other ways to make money from bitcoin are: Cloud Mining and Hashing Although buying and running your own mining hardware for coins is both expensive and fraught with technical difficulties, it is still possible for ordinary people to make money by mining. One easy way to mine is to hire space on a specialist mining computer—or a whole machine—in the same way that you would hire a server for website hosting. By doing this, you can estimate your profits using one of the many mining-profit calculators available online. Some firms claim, based on past results, that you can break even on your initial investment in three months using this method. Buy and Hold Bitcoin Many people who owned bitcoins made a large profit last year simply by holding coins in their wallets. This is still the easiest way to invest in the cryptocurrency phenomenon. As I mentioned in the first section, there are many opportunities for growth and price surges in the coming year. This means that there's still a possibility that the coins will keep in increasing in value as fast as they have been up until now, if not faster. If that happens, then simply buying and holding would prove to be a very profitable investment opportunity. Of course, there is also a very real possibility that the price could crash and you could lose most of your money. If you don't mind holding your money on an exchange rather than in a wallet on your own computer, then hold your coins in an account on a site such as Bter, which pays a small amount of interest on all deposits. Remember bitcoin is a very dicey market to deal in. It had its high till 2013-2014 but now the value is very volatile. It is irregulated in the Indian market and can be a very risky thing to invest in.
  10. 90% of payment i will rest in peace for good days and other 10% i will cash out
  11. It seems to me that the currency will actively develop, so I will invest in it.
  12. It's cool, but I doubt that it will be for long
  13. I think in 10 years it will turn into a new kind of business and we will have our own brokers and all that, so yes I will invest.
  14. lol thx but i think it is not good arguments in Monero. that crypto look like stuff-for-moment
  15. I wote for ripple because Ripple is that they cater for big corporate banks in order for them to save money on wire transfers. As opposed to Bitcoin that is more of a decentralized anarcho-currency. If Ripple can get enough big clients to use their services then yes, that is a possibility. But currently it’s looking like many banks are adopting their own services. I hope I am wrong though because I own a lot of Ripple coins.