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Re: Cryptocurrencies Market Pick Alerts by feelamong(m): 8:09am On Nov 27, 2017
wroskian:

Let's develop our cryptocoin na, it's not rocket science. smiley

We already have our Abuja Coin cheesy
Re: Cryptocurrencies Market Pick Alerts by Baldg: 11:24am On Nov 27, 2017
Presence marked. Here to learn.
Re: Cryptocurrencies Market Pick Alerts by jinnyz: 6:04pm On Nov 27, 2017
GLAD TO BE HERE!!!!!
Re: Cryptocurrencies Market Pick Alerts by nio68(m): 12:44pm On Nov 28, 2017
10K crossed! what next ?
Re: Cryptocurrencies Market Pick Alerts by rookidmart: 3:02pm On Nov 28, 2017
amjustme2:
kevostica
genexpayments.online
all good and fast
Be careful with Genex.
Seems they're running a a Ponzi scheme with their "fixed deposit plans" so if that comes crashing down it'll take the whole outfit down.

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Re: Cryptocurrencies Market Pick Alerts by save4live: 3:26pm On Nov 28, 2017
Check out the information on this site, you'd be glad you did

http://kryptofaucets..com.ng/2017/11/free-bitcoins-and-altcoins-faucets-that.html
Re: Cryptocurrencies Market Pick Alerts by amjustme2: 8:24pm On Nov 28, 2017
I am 100% sure you have been misinformed.



rookidmart:

Be careful with Genex.
Seems they're running a a Ponzi scheme with their "fixed deposit plans" so if that comes crashing down it'll take the whole outfit down.
Re: Cryptocurrencies Market Pick Alerts by Kevostica(m): 9:38pm On Nov 28, 2017
Alarib:
try localbitcoins
Btc now at 10,000 Can it get to 15,000?
Re: Cryptocurrencies Market Pick Alerts by rookidmart: 10:32pm On Nov 28, 2017
amjustme2:
I am 100% sure you have been misinformed.



Came across this thread
https://www.nairaland.com/4147372/what-wrong-genexpayments
Re: Cryptocurrencies Market Pick Alerts by rookidmart: 10:32pm On Nov 28, 2017
Kevostica:

Btc now at 10,000
Can it get to 15,000?
It can get to $100,000
But it can also get to $10 or $.50
Don't invest more than you can afford to lose
Re: Cryptocurrencies Market Pick Alerts by Alarib(m): 11:40pm On Nov 28, 2017
Kevostica:

Btc now at 10,000
Can it get to 15,000?
I expect it to actually retrace as you said....due to Christmas and all.....15 could be next year.
Re: Cryptocurrencies Market Pick Alerts by blessedvisky(m): 1:08am On Nov 29, 2017
Oj
Re: Cryptocurrencies Market Pick Alerts by ostinz(m): 1:43am On Nov 29, 2017
plss anybody here knows anything ant chronium coin??
Re: Cryptocurrencies Market Pick Alerts by amjustme2: 2:43pm On Nov 29, 2017
I am aware of that thread. I think it was created by someone just to discredit them.

I personally use genex regularly if i am not transacting peer-to-peer. I have tons of guy i refer to genex exchange, there has been no single complain anytime, anyday

In fact they call you if there were incorrect entries on your buy/sell form. Their service is very fast too.

Dont believe everything you read on nairaland.


rookidmart:

Came across this thread
https://www.nairaland.com/4147372/what-wrong-genexpayments
Re: Cryptocurrencies Market Pick Alerts by rookidmart: 5:07pm On Nov 29, 2017
amjustme2:
I am aware of that thread. I think it was created by someone just to discredit them.

I personally use genex regularly if i am not transacting peer-to-peer. I have tons of guy i refer to genex exchange, there has been no single complain anytime, anyday

In fact they call you if there were incorrect entries on your buy/sell form. Their service is very fast too.

Dont believe everything you read on nairaland.


I'm not talking about their exchange, but their "investment packages".
Re: Cryptocurrencies Market Pick Alerts by onegentleguy: 1:08pm On Nov 30, 2017
Good day crypto community people,
It's nice to be back one small with all u fine people !!
I guess there are some persons who are not happy with the birth of this CRYPTO topic thread on nairaland.
...Otherwise how else would u explain the fact that almost immediately after creating this thread, I was unfairly banned by the moderators of nairaland just for putting up a post. -An act I consider extremely unfair and unjust.
It should be noted that investment in Cryptocurrencies just like every other asset class like stocks, real estate etc, all has its measure of risk and people should be allowed to be their own CEO without any kind of limitation or prejudice.
I believe that one of the core essence of creating nairaland is to have platforms thru which people of like minds can come together to share knowledge for the overall benefit of all. Therefore, when people are banned just for airing their veiws, it takes away from that real essence because nobody, I repeat, no one can force anything on anyone. That said, its normal to have General rules that enforces discipline but not when someone had merely aired their view.
To the moderators who banned me, hear this; Onegentleguy is one person who would never try to mislead people to make money from them. -Take it or leave it, I can not trade my integrity for anything and those who know me can attest to this fact.
It will also do the moderators a lot of good to read thru my signature and by extension, all my post/contributions both on NSEMPA and this newly formed thread.
For the purpose of clarity, I intend to still put up the post for which I was banned.

To all lovers of the crypto world, let us all stand firm against prejudice.
To all crypto enthusiast around the globe, I salute u.
It's indeed an honour to be here. ...I am humbled and consider it a privilege to be in the mist of u fine people !!
As we share knowledge to enlighten ourselves on affairs around the crypto world, I wish us all a wonderful and prosperous experience !!
GOODLUCK TO us all.
Re: Cryptocurrencies Market Pick Alerts by kelvinovie25(m): 1:17pm On Nov 30, 2017
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Re: Cryptocurrencies Market Pick Alerts by rookidmart: 12:02am On Dec 01, 2017
kelvinovie25:
Bitcoin mining has just got even better, mine btc, lithcoin, dodge coin and other by literally doing nothing other than claiming your earnings, its as simple as that. What are you waiting for, 1btc is over N3,000,000 and keep increasing. You can join our whatsapp group to join other bitcoin miners and get firsthand info on how to mine bitcoin and even double your bitcoin in just 5mins. Join the whatsapp group below for more info
https:///B09GnEEm0mb75AMb2VH0H9
Don't waste your time with faucets.
Trust me.
There are better ways to get Bitcoins/crypto.
Re: Cryptocurrencies Market Pick Alerts by Alarib(m): 6:33am On Dec 01, 2017
could you share what better ways there are?
rookidmart:

Don't waste your time with faucets.
Trust me.
There are better ways to get Bitcoins/crypto.
Re: Cryptocurrencies Market Pick Alerts by fxuser: 11:44am On Dec 01, 2017
Good one guys . Long over due
Re: Cryptocurrencies Market Pick Alerts by smajatt(m): 12:49pm On Dec 01, 2017
Wel let me see how this turns out.
Re: Cryptocurrencies Market Pick Alerts by rookidmart: 10:09pm On Dec 01, 2017
Alarib:
could you share what better ways there are?
Well there are different ways to get cryptocurrencies, either you "make" them by mining, or you buy them from exchanges.

Mining works by using computing power to secure POW cryptocurrency blockchains by ordering and validating transactions.
Miners are rewarded for their work by being paid in the coin they're securing.
There are hundreds of cryptocurrencies and some are mineable, while others are not.
Some are easy to mine with a CPU, others require GPUs, while some, like Bitcoin, are not profitable unless with ASICS.
You can go to
coinwarz.com
to see the ranks of different coins based on profitability.
Please stay away from "cloud mining" they are all Ponzi schemes or scams on people that don't know how mining works.
If you know how mining works then you'll know it's not profitable for you renting the hashpower, or them actually leasing the hashpower.


You can also earn them by working and getting paid in crypto, there are sites on the internet that pay in crypto eg Bitjob.


If you want to get coins/tokens for free there are faucets and airdrops/bounties.

Faucets require you to perform tasks like solving CAPTCHA or watch ads for miniscule amount of bitcoin, like 1000 Satoshi's or less every 10 minutes (a Satoshi is the smallest unit of bitcoin, 1 bitcoin = 100,000,000 Satoshi's)
To get 60,000 Satoshi's ($6 or so),you'll have to solve 600 captchas. So you'll need to solve captchas for 60 hours straight (~2 and a half days) to get $6 worth of bitcoin.
So you can see that it's not worth the stress.

Airdrops/Bounties:
Airdrops are a way for developers to distribute their coins to as much people as possible.
There are different ways you can apply, usually it involves you filling a Google form online with your email address, wallet address, or bitcointalk username.
Some require you to promote them on social media (Facebook, Twitter, etc) for which you'll earn their tokens/coins in return.
You can sell the coins received on exchanges.
Depending on the success of the project and the volatility in the market you can make as little as a few cents to $150 or more by selling the tokens you got for free.

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Re: Cryptocurrencies Market Pick Alerts by fxuser: 1:19am On Dec 02, 2017
South Korea’s Shinhan Bank to launch bitcoin vault
https://www.ft.com/content/3cf437bd-cb03-376b-99d5-e820858ddc66

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Re: Cryptocurrencies Market Pick Alerts by fxuser: 1:21am On Dec 02, 2017
One of my Fav Crypto Channel on Youtube
link : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC67AEEecqFEc92nVvcqKdhA

Check it out.
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Re: Cryptocurrencies Market Pick Alerts by esiri4jesu(m): 9:12am On Dec 02, 2017
Which platform can l trade cryptocurrenncies and take profit into my bank account in Nigeria
Re: Cryptocurrencies Market Pick Alerts by cadno(m): 8:04pm On Dec 02, 2017
Let's discuss :

Here are my 5 best Altcoins for 2018. With minimum growth of 5x current price.

Lisk , Vertcoin, Litecoin, NEO , Ethereum, ( Baba Bitcoin is in its own world )
Re: Cryptocurrencies Market Pick Alerts by leo1234(m): 9:27pm On Dec 02, 2017
cadno:
Let's discuss :

Here are my 5 best Altcoins for 2018. With minimum growth of 5x current price.

Lisk , Vertcoin, Litecoin, NEO , Ethereum, ( Baba Bitcoin is in its own world )


Do your research on $nxt it has done about 200% in November but still has upside potential. The $ignis airdrop for $nxt holders is in the last week of December.
Re: Cryptocurrencies Market Pick Alerts by leo1234(m): 9:54pm On Dec 02, 2017
I have been using local bitcoin to buy btc.
I checked remitano and discovered I can get a better bargain if I want to sell.
I will like to clarify a few things:
Does remitano charge deposit and withdrawal fees like local bitcoin?
Do they charge any fee for advertisement?

Cc: feelamong
Re: Cryptocurrencies Market Pick Alerts by onegentleguy: 10:51pm On Dec 06, 2017
leo1234:
I have been using local bitcoin to buy btc.
I checked remitano and discovered I can get a better bargain if I want to sell.
I will like to clarify a few things:
Does remitano charge deposit and withdrawal fees like local bitcoin?
Do they charge any fee for advertisement?

Cc: feelamong

Yes there's a transaction charge (approx 1%) when u buy or sell on remitano.
No u dont get charged for deposits including transfers made from other sources to ur remitano wallet.
Yes u are charged same 1% approximate fee for withdrawals made from ur remitano wallet to other wallets.
No there are no charges for advertisements.

Hope this helps sir Leo.

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Re: Cryptocurrencies Market Pick Alerts by onegentleguy: 11:00pm On Dec 06, 2017
fxuser:

One of my Fav Crypto Channel on Youtube
link : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC67AEEecqFEc92nVvcqKdhA

Check it out.


Nice to know that ur also involved in this part of the world sir fxuser.
-U are most welcome !!
Would be nice to have u bring in ur TA knowledge here in the crypto world. It will surely be very helpful to many of us especially the traders.

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