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  1. #321
    Quote Originally Posted by gouda View Post
    Most crypto currencies are just currencies with different transaction fees, speeds, scalability, etc. Sia is backed by an actual thing (cloud storage). Also Jtp told me to and if he gets rich and I donít know if I could take it.
    So why Sia over Iota & the marketplace for the internet of things? Or Request Network & its payment platform? Just like the cloud storage tech better?

  2. #322
    Quote Originally Posted by YoungBuck95 View Post
    So why Sia over Iota & the marketplace for the internet of things? Or Request Network & its payment platform? Just like the cloud storage tech better?
    I have some miota and REQ too. But I'm putting more money into sia because it isn't nearly as speculative - I don't need the coin price to moon. They have a product, it works (though nowhere near complete), and their dev team isn't focused on the price of the coin. If SC stays at or around $.02 for the next year (its been as high as .03) then I'll ROI in 2 months. If it hits $.04 then ROI in 2 weeks.

  3. #323
    Quote Originally Posted by gouda View Post
    I have some miota and REQ too. But I'm putting more money into sia because it isn't nearly as speculative - I don't need the coin price to moon. They have a product, it works (though nowhere near complete), and their dev team isn't focused on the price of the coin. If SC stays at or around $.02 for the next year (its been as high as .03) then I'll ROI in 2 months. If it hits $.04 then ROI in 2 weeks.
    With 4 machines running you get back 600,000 coin per month with an estimated price of .025 which equals 1,500.00 a month before electrical costs, right? So ROI of 6/7 months? Or did I miss something?

  4. #324
    Quote Originally Posted by Screamindemon3 View Post
    With 4 machines running you get back 600,000 coin per month with an estimated price of .025 which equals 1,500.00 a month before electrical costs, right? So ROI of 6/7 months? Or did I miss something?
    $.025 * 600,000 = $15,000 not $1,500.

    Lots of unknowns and assumptions go into this, sialytics is a fun tool.

  5. #325
    If I have $500 (nominal, I know) to throw at this just for funsies, what should I do with that?
    I know how to spell definitely.

  6. #326
    Quote Originally Posted by lbE08 View Post
    If I have $500 (nominal, I know) to throw at this just for funsies, what should I do with that?
    Safest thing to buy would be LTC or ETH probably. But if its fun money I'd split it up between REQ, XLM, and XVG.

  7. #327
    Quote Originally Posted by gouda View Post
    Safest thing to buy would be LTC or ETH probably. But if its fun money I'd split it up between REQ, XLM, and XVG.
    Yeah, if youíre in it to make a quick buck, go with ETH/LTC. But if youíre willing to sit on it and take some risks, go with one of those three. I would also add Ripple into that bunch. Big upside for high profits with any of those.

  8. #328
    Quote Originally Posted by YoungBuck95 View Post
    Yeah, if youíre in it to make a quick buck, go with ETH/LTC. But if youíre willing to sit on it and take some risks, go with one of those three. I would also add Ripple into that bunch. Big upside for high profits with any of those.
    cool, thanks.
    I have a really boring portfolio and I want to get in on this if it does something, and if not... I can afford the opportunity.
    I know how to spell definitely.

  9. #329
    Quote Originally Posted by lbE08 View Post
    cool, thanks.
    I have a really boring portfolio and I want to get in on this if it does something, and if not... I can afford the opportunity.
    Its pretty fun.

  10. #330
    BTC back up over $14k. I wonder how many people dumped when it dropped.

  11. #331
    Quote Originally Posted by 2&2 Slider To Leyritz View Post
    BTC back up over $14k. I wonder how many people dumped when it dropped.
    I sold my BTC when it first hit 17k and BCH when it hit $4k. I'm staying away from both now. I think eth is the safest bet and LTC a close 2nd. But in 2 years who knows. I have nowhere near the knowledge about this stuff that nonny has. I've gotten pretty lucky so far because its all been speculative other than (I hope) the sia.

  12. #332
    Quote Originally Posted by gouda View Post
    $.025 * 600,000 = $15,000 not $1,500.

    Lots of unknowns and assumptions go into this, sialytics is a fun tool.
    Oh tru, I have no idea why I multiplied that out as a percentage

  13. #333
    Quote Originally Posted by YoungBuck95 View Post
    Yeah, if youíre in it to make a quick buck, go with ETH/LTC. But if youíre willing to sit on it and take some risks, go with one of those three. I would also add Ripple into that bunch. Big upside for high profits with any of those.
    I second ripple. Itís right around a dollar and thereís rumors itís coming to coinbase soon. That would cause a massive boost on a 1.00 coin.

  14. #334
    What is the best site/ exchange to buy the less popular cryptos? I want to buy the following:
    XVG
    XLM
    REQ
    ripple

  15. #335
    My preferred site is Binance. I have some of the last three that I used Binance for but am unsure if they have XVG.

  16. #336
    Use gemini to get cash in, then go to binance to buy the alt coins.

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  18. #338
    Sia up 80% today.

  19. #339
    I donít need dolla bills to have fun tonight

  20. #340
    So Iím messing around with binance. Does it matter what coins I use to buy in?I have some bitcoins, ethereum, and lite coins. Is there a better bang for buck or is it all arbitraged out?

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