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  1. forum rang 6 Fred 61 22 augustus 2022 20:12
    quote:

    Zaphod Beeblebrox schreef op 22 augustus 2022 19:49:

    Heintje Davids, was dat niet ergens in 1935? Wat een oubollig referentiekader. Maar goed, ondanks je beperkte geestelijke vermogens is het je gelukt voortijdig met pensioen te gaan zodat je nu elk crypto-draadje fulltime kunt kapottrollen. Want je komt hier niet om bij te praten over de laatste stand van zaken in het metaverse, defi, of welke oracles en bridges een streepje voor hebben op anderen. Besef je eigenlijk wel hoe intens droef en meelijwekkend dat is? Heb je nu echt niks beters te doen?
    Droefheid is iets aanprijzen en er zelf niet in [ beleggen .]
    Als je niet in je eigen aanbevelingen gelooft wat moeten
    we dan wel geloven van je.
    Juist niets.

    Ik met mijn beperkte geestelijke vermogens kan inderdaad met pensioen.
    Jij met al je kennis en intellect moet nog ff door.
    Dat heb je ervan als je in sprookjes gelooft.
  2. forum rang 5 Zaphod Beeblebrox 22 augustus 2022 21:17
    quote:

    Fred 60 schreef op 22 augustus 2022 20:12:

    [...]
    Dat heb je ervan als je in sprookjes gelooft.
    Welke sprookjes?
    Bedoel je te zeggen dat Distributed Ledger Technology niet bestaat?
    Het bestaat evident wel en daarmee kan het geen sprookje zijn.
    Je zult bedoelen dat je er met je bejaarde hersens niet bij kunt hoe een token dat de veiligheid van een gedecentraliseerd netwerk garandeert zoveel waarde kan hebben.

    Het is dus helemaal geen sprookje. Het is een bedreiging. Jij ziet het als een bedreiging.
    Kijk, nou komen we ergens.
  3. forum rang 5 Zaphod Beeblebrox 22 augustus 2022 21:18
    quote:

    Straddleman schreef op 22 augustus 2022 21:09:

    [...]
    Wat kan je doen met die fantoms ?
    Wat is de toegevoegde waarde?
    Dat soort beginners vragen maak ik me niet meer moe aan. Ga zelf maar eens wat uitzoeken, trol.

    Bovenstaande is misschien wat onaardig van me. Fantom is een Layer 1 netwerk. Dat betekent dat het de basis is voor andere applicaties die op dat decentrale netwerk kunnen draaien. Kan van alles zijn: Defi, Metaverse, Dexen, lenen/uitlenen, verzekeringen, whatever.
  4. forum rang 5 Zaphod Beeblebrox 22 augustus 2022 22:06
    Wat kan het jou schelen voor welke prijzen ik koop en verkoop? Of wat mijn resultaten zijn? Natuurlijk weet je dat niet. Ik ga hier echt niet mijn broker statements posten. Zo weet ik ook van jou niet of je vroegtijdig met pensioen bent. Misschien zit je wel in een gesloten inrichting. Doet er allemaal niet toe. Wat er toe doet is waarom ik en anderen hier niet over crypto mogen praten van jou en een paar anderen. En wat dat betreft zijn we toch een stuk opgeschoten. Je bent stikjaloers, zonder meer. Daarom praat je de hele tijd over geld en dat iedereen verlies maakt met crypto, volgens jou. Is natuurlijk niet zo, maar dat zou je wel heel graag willen. Zo mogelijk nog belangrijker is dat je bang bent voor crypto. Je hebt je leven lang hard gewerkt om uiteindelijk een bescheiden vermogen op je bankrekening te zien staan. Zodanig dat je niet meer hoeft te werken. En nu ben je bang. Bang om het kwijt te raken. Nu heb je het in je kop gezet dat crypto een bedreiging is, maar ik zie de euro alleen maar waarde verliezen. Vandaag zelfs even onder de peg met de USD. De Zwitserse franc is al duurder. En nu gaat de EU de euro vervangen door een digitale euro. Hoe? Wanneer? Niemand die het weet. Zal dat zonder problemen verlopen? Waarschijnlijk niet. Net als bij de overgang van de gulden naar de euro waar een en ander plots tweemaal zo duur werd. Waarom koop je niet wat goud?
  5. forum rang 6 Fred 61 22 augustus 2022 22:09
    quote:

    Zaphod Beeblebrox schreef op 22 augustus 2022 22:06:

    Wat kan het jou schelen voor welke prijzen ik koop en verkoop? Of wat mijn resultaten zijn? Natuurlijk weet je dat niet. Ik ga hier echt niet mijn broker statements posten. Zo weet ik ook van jou niet of je vroegtijdig met pensioen bent. Misschien zit je wel in een gesloten inrichting. Doet er allemaal niet toe. Wat er toe doet is waarom ik en anderen hier niet over crypto mogen praten van jou en een paar anderen. En wat dat betreft zijn we toch een stuk opgeschoten. Je bent stikjaloers, zonder meer. Daarom praat je de hele tijd over geld en dat iedereen verlies maakt met crypto, volgens jou. Is natuurlijk niet zo, maar dat zou je wel heel graag willen. Zo mogelijk nog belangrijker is dat je bang bent voor crypto. Je hebt je leven lang hard gewerkt om uiteindelijk een bescheiden vermogen op je bankrekening te zien staan. Zodanig dat je niet meer hoeft te werken. En nu ben je bang. Bang om het kwijt te raken. Nu heb je het in je kop gezet dat crypto een bedreiging is, maar ik zie de euro alleen maar waarde verliezen. Vandaag zelfs even onder de peg met de USD. De Zwitserse franc is al duurder. En nu gaat de EU de euro vervangen door een digitale euro. Hoe? Wanneer? Niemand die het weet. Zal dat zonder problemen verlopen? Waarschijnlijk niet. Net als bij de overgang van de gulden naar de euro waar een en ander plots tweemaal zo duur werd. Waarom koop je niet wat goud?
    Niks goud , niks fantasie muntjes.

    Stenen.
  6. forum rang 4 Enzo123 24 augustus 2022 09:38
    Bitstamp Sees 'Massive Crypto Interest' From Institutional Clients
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    The CEO of a major cryptocurrency exchange, Bitstamp, says that his trading platform is seeing “massive crypto interest” from institutional clients. “Many institutional companies are looking to make their first move into crypto,” he explained.

    Bitstamp’s CEO on Crypto Regulation, Institutional Interest
    Bitstamp’s global CEO, Jean-Baptiste Graftieaux, shared his view on cryptocurrency regulation in an interview with Business2community, published Monday.

    Discussing crypto winter, he explained that Bitstamp has “a very active licensing journey across all the regions – 10 in progress globally.”

    The executive added that his crypto exchange will increase its regulatory footprint over the next couple of quarters in order to be “in a strong position to fully participate in the next bull run.” He shared, “We see a strong trend on the institutional side,” elaborating:

    Many institutional companies are looking to make their first move into crypto – there is massive crypto interest from our institutional clients.

    The CEO proceeded to discuss crypto regulation in Europe. “What we are experiencing today is not very smart in Europe,” he opined.

    As an example, he explained that a crypto service provider wanting to do business in Europe must register with each country separately as a virtual asset service provider (VASP). Emphasizing that “Each country has its own requirements,” the Bitstamp boss noted:

    So with MiCA coming in 18 to 24 months, that will be a game-changer because there will be a level playing field.

    The Markets in Crypto-Assets ( MiCA) proposal was introduced by the European Commission in September 2020 to regulate the crypto market as part of its digital finance strategy. The European Central Bank (ECB) hopes that MiCA will help provide a harmonized legal framework for crypto assets.

    “There will be one country where you can establish your activities as MiCA-compliant and then passport the activities across the different European countries,” Graftieaux described.

    The Bitstamp CEO detailed, “I think we are seeing a good trend from the regulatory standpoint and we are engaging with regulators on an ongoing basis,” concluding:

    "Most regions and countries are looking into regulating crypto. The key risk here is around ensuring regulations are smart and they foster a level playing field."
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    news.bitcoin.com/bitstamp-sees-massiv...
  7. forum rang 4 Enzo123 24 augustus 2022 09:40
    SEC Chairman Says Crypto Should Be Treated Same as Other Capital Markets
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    SEC Chairman Gary Gensler says that there is no need to treat the crypto market differently from other capital markets. Noting that “the SEC will serve as the cop on the beat,” Gensler encouraged crypto trading and lending platforms “to come in and talk to SEC staff.”

    SEC Chairman Gensler on Crypto Regulation
    The chairman of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Gary Gensler, authored an opinion piece published in the Wall Street Journal Friday on how crypto assets should be regulated. He described:

    There’s no reason to treat the crypto market differently from the rest of the capital markets just because it uses a different technology.

    “Recent market events show why it is critical that crypto firms comply with securities laws,” Gensler explained. “In recent months, some crypto lending platforms have frozen their investors’ accounts or gone bankrupt. When it comes to bankruptcy, these investors have to get in line at the court.”

    The SEC chief stressed that no matter what the financial product is, whether it is an app, a lending platform, a crypto exchange, or a decentralized finance (defi) platform:

    Across decades of cases, the Supreme Court has made clear that the economic realities of a product — not the labels — determine whether it is a security under the securities laws.

    While acknowledging that “There are costs of complying with securities laws, just as there are costs to car makers of adding seat belts,” the SEC chairman pointed out that “there is a path forward.”

    Gensler then reiterated that he encourages crypto trading and lending platforms “to come in and talk to SEC staff,” emphasizing that “Getting these platforms into compliance with the securities laws will benefit investors and the crypto market.” The SEC chief concluded:

    In the meantime, the SEC will serve as the cop on the beat. As with seat belts in cars, we need to ensure that investor protections come standard in the crypto market.

    Gensler recently outlined what to expect from the SEC on crypto regulation. He has been heavily criticized for taking an enforcement-centric approach to regulating the crypto market. The SEC boss also said that while bitcoin is a commodity, most crypto tokens have attributes of securities, warning that a lot of them will fail.
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    news.bitcoin.com/sec-chairman-says-cr...
  8. forum rang 7 HCohen 24 augustus 2022 11:55
    IMF Sees Significant Increase in Correlations Between Bitcoin and Asian Equity Markets
    IMF: Returns and Volatility Correlations Between Bitcoin and Asian Equity Markets Have Increased Significantly
    news.bitcoin.com/imf-sees-significant...

    Officials at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) say that the correlation between the performance of the Asian equity markets and crypto assets such as bitcoin and ethereum has increased significantly.

    IMF Staff on Crypto and Correlation to Asian Equities
    The International Monetary Fund (IMF) published a blog post on Monday on cryptocurrency regulation and how crypto is now “more in step with Asia’s equities.”

    Anne-Marie Gulde-Wolf, deputy director of IMF’s Asia and Pacific Department, Nada Choueiri, the mission chief for India, and Tara Iyer, an economist in the global financial stability analysis division of the IMF’s Monetary and Financial Markets Department, authored the post.

    “While the returns and volatility correlations between bitcoin and Asian equity markets were low before the pandemic, these have increased significantly since 2020,” they wrote. “Crypto trading, however, soared as millions stayed home and received government aid, while low interest rates and easy financing conditions also played a role.”

    They detailed:

    As Asian investors piled into crypto, the correlation between the performance of the region’s equity markets and crypto assets such as bitcoin and ethereum has increased.

    The IMF officials noted that for example, “the return correlations of bitcoin and Indian stock markets have increased by 10-fold over the pandemic, suggesting limited risk diversification benefits of crypto.” In addition, “The volatility correlations have increased by 3-fold.”

    The IMF officials further noted that “the rise in crypto-equity correlations in Asia has been accompanied by a sharp rise in crypto-equity volatility spillovers in some Asian countries,” elaborating:

    This indicates a growing interconnectedness between the two asset classes that permits the transmission of shocks that can impact financial markets.

    The IMF officials also asserted that “Regulatory frameworks for crypto in Asia should be tailored to the main uses of such assets within the countries.”

    The authors added, “They should establish clear guidelines on regulated financial institutions and seek to inform and protect retail investors,” elaborating:

    Finally, to be fully effective, crypto regulation should be closely coordinated across jurisdictions.
  9. forum rang 7 HCohen 26 augustus 2022 08:07
    India's Central Bank Governor Warns Crypto Market May Crash and Small Investors Will Lose Money
    news.bitcoin.com/indias-central-bank-...

    RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das has warned that the crypto market may crash and small investors will lose money. He added that the central bank believes that its warnings have deterred many people from investing in cryptocurrencies.

    RBI Governor’s Crypto Warnings
    The governor of the Indian central bank, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), Shaktikanta Das, warned about investing in cryptocurrency in an interview with ET Now earlier this week.

    Noting that the RBI has cautioned investors on several occasions about the risks of investing in crypto, Das said: “I’m happy that we sounded those warning signals and I would like to believe that a large number of people would have taken a note of the warning signals and the concerns expressed by the Reserve Bank.” He added:

    I would like to believe … that many people did not invest in crypto or sort of pulled out of crypto thanks to the cautions and concerns that emanated out of the Reserve Bank.

    “Crypto, you know, we have said it earlier, it can create a lot of financial instability in terms of the ability of the central bank to determine monetary policy,” the RBI governor continued. “It will also have an adverse impact on our exchange rate, on capital flows, on banking sector stability.”

    Furthermore, Das cautioned that cryptocurrency has the “potential for being used as a tool for money laundering and for illicit transfer of money.” He also reiterated his earlier statement: “In fact, I said at one point that it doesn’t have any underlying, not even a tulip.”

    The Indian central bank governor opined:

    Something which doesn’t have an underlying, the prices will not remain high all the time so therefore it may crash, and it has crashed, ultimately … it is the small investors who lose money so therefore it is a big risk for the small investors.

    Das said in July that cryptocurrencies are a clear danger. In May, he warned about crypto amid a market sell-off. “We have been cautioning against crypto and look at what has happened to the crypto market now,” the governor said after the collapse of cryptocurrency terra (LUNA) and stablecoin terrausd (UST).

    The RBI has recommended that the Indian government bans cryptocurrency, including bitcoin and ether. However, Indian Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said that both banning and regulation can only be effective with “significant” international collaboration.

    India still doesn’t have a specific regulatory framework for cryptocurrency. The Indian government has been working on a crypto bill for several years but it has yet to be taken up in parliament. Recently, the finance minister asked crypto investors to exercise caution as authorities investigate a number of crypto exchanges in money laundering probes.
  10. forum rang 6 Fred 61 27 augustus 2022 13:00
    quote:

    BB? (beste broker?) schreef op 11 november 2021 21:21:

    Oke ik ben overstag. Alleen nu; wie is de beste Bitcoin broker? Merci voor jullie advies
    Hier is toch iemand die zich heeft laten overhalen.
    Waar het uiteindelijk gestrand is weet ik niet.
    Het opvolgen van jullie goed bedoeld advies om
    maar vooral bitcoin te kopen zal deze poster op
    zeker geen winst hebben opgeleverd.

    En na een algehele corona gekte heeft daarna
    niemand meer winst gemaakt , behalve natuurlijk iedereen
    die heel vroeg is ingestapt.
    En dat is zo'n beetje iedereen hier , Ha

    Groetjes
  11. forum rang 7 HCohen 28 augustus 2022 09:12
    Zugacoin Controversy: Supposed Poverty Eradicating Cryptocurrency Criticized as Just Another Complex Nigerian Ponzi Scheme
    news.bitcoin.com/zugacoin-controversy...

    After reports that merchants and holders of “Zugacoin” cryptocurrency are unable to make withdrawals, the founder of the Nigerian crypto, Sam Zuga responded by accusing unnamed “ignorant people” of working to tarnish the project. One Nigerian expert has advised prospective zugacoin investors to prioritize learning finer details about the project before investing.

    A Financial System for the Future
    As promoters of zugacoin — a Nigerian cryptocurrency ostensibly created to end poverty in Africa — continue to tout the token as a legitimate digital currency, there are growing reports on social media of merchants and holders of the coin who have failed to withdraw. These reports have sparked allegations that the project is yet another scam which is cleverly disguised as a complex cryptocurrency project.

    The complaints and allegations against the project have, in turn, prompted Archbishop Sam Zuga, the founder of Zugacoin, to issue a flurry of Facebook posts condemning “ignorant people” peddling false information about the project. In one of his latest posts, Zuga said he was not engaged in cryptocurrency trading but was instead “building a digital financial system to correct a financial future.” He added that his crypto, which “automatically gives you 200% profit of any amount you transfer to it,” is only being used as a “driver of the system into that future.”

    Zugacoin Controversy: Supposed Poverty Eradicating Cryptocurrency Criticized as Just Another Complex Nigerian Ponzi Scheme

    In the lengthy August 25, 2022 post, the founder denies allegations of manipulation within the Zugacoin ecosystem. Zuga’s post also explains how the ecosystem works and why some holders may be having problems withdrawing. He said:

    “The only challenge is lack of knowledge from the users. Anyone can withdraw conveniently if the people that are withdrawing are less than the people who are depositing. No system can survive if what is going out is more than what is coming in.

    “There is no problem anywhere in the Samzuga ecosystem. The only problem is your ignorance of how the system has been designed to work. Merchants can transfer money from the Merchant area of the merchant app to the Merchants wallet and from there to P2P conveniently.”

    In his earlier Facebook posts, Zuga similarly attacks unnamed individuals whom he accuses of besmirching the “noble project” with their ignorance.

    Experts Question Project’s Lack of Transparency
    However, despite Zuga’s spirited defense of the crypto project, influential players in Nigeria’s blockchain industry told Bitcoin.com News they remained unconvinced. They point to the project’s lack of transparency or its apparent exploitation of Nigerian people’s affinity to religion or their religious leaders as red flags.

    One of the players, Ophi Rume, aka “Cryptopreacher,” told Bitcoin.com News that unless the Zugacoin founder reveals the rest of the team behind the project it will be difficult to make a judgment about the project’s legitimacy. Noting that scammers often exploit people’s desperation and ignorance, Rume, a blockchain analyst and educator, said ordinary Nigerians should only consider investing in this project after doing some basic due diligence. He noted:

    As basic as searching for the words; Is Zugacoin a scam or a Ponzi scheme via Google, Nigerians can read and learn a lot of things about this project. Also, before investing Nigerians need to know those involved in the project. They need to know the board of directors, the developers and whether the project is on Github.

    According to Rume, when prospective investors learn or become aware of such details about this project they will likely decide against investing and thus preserve their meager savings.

    Meanwhile, another expert who wished to remain anonymous lamented scammers’ growing use of religious titles when marketing their projects to unsuspecting victims. According to the expert, when a dubious cryptocurrency project is fronted by a religious leader, people will refrain from criticizing it. The expert explained:

    “I have found that no one wants to be seen as the prophet of doom or enemy of progress when it comes to big and questionable projects like Zuga. Besides, the founder is a Christian leader with a considerable following who has also used his influence to project Zuga out there. Remember Inksnation.”

    For Paul Ezeafulukwe, the former president of Stakeholders in Blockchain Technology Association of Nigeria (SIBAN) and the team lead at Bitget Africa, zugacoin is the most volatile cryptocurrency and one that has totally failed to deliver on its promises. Some of the promises include claims that the cryptocurrency will end poverty as well as help Nigeria reduce its debt.

    “Another promise they have made which is like tales by moonlight is their ability to pay $97 billion dollars worth of Nigeria’s national debt and also help Africa clear her debts. From their position it is clear they don’t understand how cryptocurrencies work, I believe the promoters were sold a lie that your ability to mint a token could translate to instant monetary value without building an ecosystem to support the utility of the token,” explained the ex-SIBAN leader.

    Ezeafulukwe said it is unfortunate that some poor and gullible individuals have invested in zugacoin based on these promises. For investors who are still thinking of buying zugacoin, Ezeafulukwe said they must “look at these two promises [poverty eradiction and paying off Nigeria’s debt] and do simple research to find out if these things are possible by a single individual.”
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