Cryptocurrency Chat

Well aside from the real world of traditional finance it shouldn’t be, but relative to its competitors in the crypto bubble it’s undervalued. Litecoin has great partnerships & is making inroads in providing real world utility.

In Satoshis, LTC has suffered after the LitePay (LTC visa debit card) debacle and add that to the fact that the founder sold all his LTC at the All Time High levels, I think the wider crypto speculators have lost faith in Litecoin.

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Ah. Thanks for your explanation. It seems more complicated than the traditional supply and demand thing I’m used to. :+1:

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Fork excitement … though has paid off in the past

Absolutely… forks are regarded as ‘free lunches’ in crypto and BCH is scheduled to fork May 15; though I’m wary of this one because I read that this “fork” is not an airdrop but a software update.

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anyone using electroneum?
if so hows your experience been
and if anyone would like to start my referral code is E62B85

IOTA is definitely one to watch.

It’s a slightly different technology, but if it achieves all it claims it could kill blockchain as a currency medium due to its lack of scalability. Blockchain as a whole is a very interesting technology though. These are interesting times.

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Haha glad there’s still a post a month on crypto! Bet :monzo: are happy they didn’t burn the dev days to implement some form of crypto now…

Until the next rise :tada:


Got this off Monzo subreddit, so not my photo, but worth posting here for visibility

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I don’t think this is anything new. It sounds like this person got a similar message back in April too:


B***ards :grimacing:

Oh well, if :monzo: will close my account, I’ll go back to Lloyds :back::smirk:

Lately, I am mostly using Revolut for cryptocurrency trading activities :sunglasses::chart:

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PayPal UK finally you can buy cryptocurrencies too :heart_eyes:

China declares all crypto-currency transactions illegal China declares all crypto-currency transactions illegal - BBC News


Hopefully, not for long :unamused:

Anyway, that kind of events did trigger mint-farms to move to a more friendly countries :world_map:

What makes you think it might just be temporary?

Crypto is a fresh breeze and no institution can fully control it, so it could be only temporary limitations :thinking:

Just hold the main coins. Until our daily lives involves crypto, it is just a big Ponzi. Saying that I do have 0.35 bitcoin and 1.2 ether.

By the way, is Monzo going to have a crypto wallet like revolut?

Missing out a lot of business if not.

No banks will touch crypto.

(Revolut aren’t a bank in case you weren’t aware)