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  1. Many people think holding is going to make them rich, but trading can really make your money grow. I had that same way of thinking when I first started, but now that I trade all the time, I prefer that over holding. You're right holding is boring, and who knows how long you will have to hold, before you see some kind of money. Holding is for people who don't want to work to increase their money, and trading is for hard working people that get reward for their efforts.
  2. I recommend Yobit because they don't require you to have I.D. I know a lot of other exchanges like Coinbase, Kraken, and Bittrex that require you to have identification documents. The only thing that Yobit needs is to upgrade is their UI (user interface), but other than that I think that one is the best. It really comes down to your personal preference, and some exchanges have access to coins that others don't. Try all of them if you want, and choose the best ones that suit your needs.
  3. I learned most of my trading tips through YouTube, and trial and error. You can read forums and blogs to get a more in depth look at crypto. It takes a while to become good at trading, so be patient. You may feel like you're not getting better, but hang in there it's going to work out. You can also take classes on money management because you need to invest your earnings, so you won't go broke.
  4. I'm not sure that the admins would give you that kind of control. You can't really care about who is posting, just let the admins do their job. I understand that it's frustrating, but they're doing the best that they can, so you have to just ignore them. If everyone could lock their topics, then you wouldn't get an open discussion. That's kind of what a forum really is an open discussion, so I don't think that would be a good idea.
  5. I would recommend Yobit for sure. I haven't really tried any other exchanges, so I can't compare it to anything. Yobit has the cleanest layout, and it's very user friendly. I have seen other exchanges with a complicated user interface, but Yobit kept it simple. They also offer great prices on new ICO's and the investment box is one of their key features. The only downside is some of the withdraw fees are too high. Also Yobit doesn't let you deposit or withdraw some coins. Other than that, I would definitely recommend new users to give Yobit a try.
  6. The writers in the forum are already hired, but getting new writers would give Cryptotalk a new voice. This is why it's better to bring in new people to get a new perspective. I see so many people that aren't adding to the thread, but they're just posting poorly and expecting money. Hiring real writers is the solution. They are more knowledgeable about the topics, and we can have better discussions.
  7. Using Yobit codes is the best way to avoid transaction fees. I think more of the exchanges should use this as an alternative way to pay people. The transaction fees should still be there for people who don't have a Yobit account. If everyone started using this thought, then the site could make less money, but it would be an increase in new users. I think the Yobit codes aren't used as much as they should. I'm definitely going to use it more now that you posted this thread.
  8. That's my point, the hired writers will replace the "average joe" writers, and there will only be professional crypto writers. You are getting paid to post, so Cryptotalk should expect quality posts. I can tell by your response that you could use work in your posting. It should be a job for real writers, and not so much people that post in their spare time. Does it make sense now?
  9. You can invest your crypto and let it gain interest. That's the best thing that you can do because it doesn't matter the price of your crypto, you still earn compound interest every day or at least monthly. You can also borrow money against your own crypto, so there's no real cause for concern. People that are being bullish are holding and waiting for that moment to cash in, but you can do the things that I just mentioned to make money in the mean time.
  10. I've been paid so many times from crypto browser, so I can confirm that it's real. I think that is the only browser that I know of, but it takes a while to reach payout. Especially if you have a slow computer, but if you're not planning on making a lot of money, then it would do just fine. The Crypto tab browser is a good way to get introduced to BItcoin. Many people can't buy BItcoin, so I think this and a faucet would be great ways to get money, without investing your own.
  11. The best way to secure your wallet passwords is to write them down on a piece of paper. You can also take a screenshot of them and store it in a secure location. I know that everything can be hacked, but that seems like a good idea. Maybe crop out any information that lets you know what wallet it belongs to, it should work pretty good. I know people that send their wallet keys and passwords to themselves on Google, and this is a bad idea. Someone could hack your account, and gain access to all your money.
  12. Egold seems to be a great investment, and so is 0xd. I haven't been investing much, since they don't have the famous crypto like LItecoin and Ethereum. I did see Ethereum when I first signed up to Yobit, but that's been long gone. I would like to see more stable coins in their investment box like Dai, USDC, and USDT. I'm hoping that they will promote coins that have consistent value because those coins are the ones that will still be there if something happens to Bitcoin.
  13. on1k3n

    Born trader

    Like any skill I think that people can be born with an edge over other people. I feel like I've been fortunate enough to be a "natural" at trading, but other people I know struggle to keep up. Trading can be learned, so anyone can do it, but it takes a special person to understand it enough to make tons of money with it.
  14. I agree with this post because I've noticed that many people on this forum haven't created any new topics. I assumed this is people should do to keep the conversation going. If everyone just keeps replying and not creating new topics it gets boring fast. I've seen people that replied to 3 or 4 people at one time, which is ridiculous. You have to create new and interesting content, if the forum wants to survive.
  15. We're still not done with the year just yet, so it could be true. I'm not that bullish to believe that Bitcoin will hit 1 million in a month, but that doesn't stop me from dreaming of that big payout when it does. You realize if that did come true how many millionaires it would be in the world. I'm thinking there would only be two classes the rich and the poor. There wouldn't be a middle class anymore. You either have money or you don't there's no in between. I would like to know which class would you fall into if this happened?
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