I share what this article says, I think the main hook that bitcoin currently has is that it is a great alternative when thinking about saving money, it offers more security than banks. What I think it has against is its volatility that sometimes sends everything to the trash
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The world of crypts can be divided into two continents: Bitcoins and Altcoins, Bitcoin is only one and the Altcoins are more than one, In the world of the altcoins there is much potential to be exploited and even some could be "better" than the bitcoin, but you have to clarify. better in what aspect? Which is more beautiful? which is more secure? every coin has its own and you have to take advantage of that.
Wow, during trading it is dangerous to be greedy. Something similar happened to me, but with much smaller amounts, but I learned my lesson. While it is true you never know when it is the right time to go out or enter into an exchange but you have to have expertise and luck to get the best possible position.
Through a friend I came to the forum, I really liked the little time I have here.
I have found very good information.
Someone just bought a cryptocurrency cat for $172,000
Meet CryptoKitty #896775. Her name is Dragon.
She has chestnut coloured eyes, her base colour is "cottoncandy". According to her bio she "bit Rebecca Black once" and finds spying on neighbours "exhilarating".
She is a digital cat and Tuesday someone bought her for the equivalent of $172,000.
Yep, that's $172,000 in US dollars, or 600ETH (Ethereum) to be precise. Welcome to 2018.
She is now owned by the user Rabono.
CryptoKitties are essentially digital collectables that you can breed and they're valuable in the way that, for example, a rare Magic: The Gathering Card is valuable. Or a rare baseball card.
Essentially, since CryptoKitties are on the blockchain, Dragon (or 896775) is completely unique and cannot be replicated. The people behind CryptoKitties are slowly releasing "Gen 0" kitties, and they are capped at 50,000, but they can breed.
This means that Gen 0 cats tend to be the most valuable.
Which is why Dragon selling for $172,000 is extremely strange. For context, the average price paid for a CryptoKitty is $60. The median price is $9. If you look at previously huge CryptoKitty sales, they have one thing in common: They're all very old. The second most amount of money paid for a CryptoKitty was $110,000 back in December 2017. That was for CryptoKitty #18. The same day someone paid $107,000 for CryptoKitty #4. Both are Gen 0.
Also both are among the first CryptoKitties ever created and therefore have a high value. Dragon is different. She is #896775, a ninth-generation digital cat. It's hard to figure out why someone paid so much for her. Even if she is cute and bit Rebecca Black once.
CryptoKitties informed us it doesn't publicly comment on large sales or investments, but told us there are a number of potential reasons for investing so much in a seemingly worthless digital cat: "maybe there was a personal connection the buyer had to the cat or the seller.
"Maybe they really, really, liked how that CryptoKitty looked."
It is a very cute, digital cryptocurrency cat.
Hello world, i am torkinakiza i have just joined to this forum. Hello, i am torkinakiza from Venezuela, i am here because I've been immersed in the fascinating world of cryptocurrencies for more than 4 years, but I have had very little contact with the virtual communities that promote them (I read, but I do not post ).This is for me a great opportunity to know the cryptocurrencies with other eyes (yes your eyes).
Now i am working for a bitcoin and crypto merch company you can see the link on my profile if you want.
I hope to get good vibes and a lot of help in this forum and I hope I can also contribute in what I can.