It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.

Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.

Thank you.

 

Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.

 

Litecoin what do you think?

page: 11
4
<< 8  9  10    12 >>

log in

join
share:

posted on Jan, 18 2018 @ 04:27 PM
link   
a reply to: seasonal

Technology in general is changing interaction... these are just the platforms. Part of my insight on these things is thinking in terms of interaction and time spent... the finance side of it all is secondary.

Take ATS for instance... suffers from a lot of the troll issues in communication... it's a real drag on learning. Go forward, and each post we make will cost a micro coin, where stars and flags are actually donated micro coins. People aren't going to be too quick to troll when it costs to share the thought, and the chance of value gained on that thought is a possibility.

There's going to be at least 2 other worlds... the VR world and the Augmented reality world... on top of this one. We see video gaming and digital interaction as something kids do because they have so much free time, but what do we think is going to happen when robots do all the work and all the adults have free time. Well, video gaming of the future will be as common as a toothbrush. These VR, gaming, and communication coins are severely under valued in this time conumed age we live in.

DecentralLand (MANA) is essentially a digital map. People can set up e commerce businesses, pretty much whatever VR platform you want, then profit off of its use by the network. That's where the future of digital media will be... youtube and middle man sites are going bye bye.

We just have to stretch our imaginations to find these technologies... and I have stretched my imagination far.

I am setting up business' and will one day create its own Altcoin. I will only pay in this coin and feel that brand value of business' will be purely based on how valuable a companies coin is. If CEO's want to take huge bonuses pulled off the sweat of others, their business and coin will fail on its own. My business will consist of a growing team of owners that all represent their work and efforts in the value of the company coin.

I will essentially be building business' within the business itself... where value is built by how much each individual cares about the work they do.




posted on Jan, 18 2018 @ 04:27 PM
link   
a reply to: seasonal

Technology in general is changing interaction... these are just the platforms. Part of my insight on these things is thinking in terms of interaction and time spent... the finance side of it all is secondary.

Take ATS for instance... suffers from a lot of the troll issues in communication... it's a real drag on learning. Go forward, and each post we make will cost a micro coin, where stars and flags are actually donated micro coins. People aren't going to be too quick to troll when it costs to share the thought, and the chance of value gained on that thought is a possibility.

There's going to be at least 2 other worlds... the VR world and the Augmented reality world... on top of this one. We see video gaming and digital interaction as something kids do because they have so much free time, but what do we think is going to happen when robots do all the work and all the adults have free time. Well, video gaming of the future will be as common as a toothbrush. These VR, gaming, and communication coins are severely under valued in this time conumed age we live in.

DecentralLand (MANA) is essentially a digital map. People can set up e commerce businesses, pretty much whatever VR platform you want, then profit off of its use by the network. That's where the future of digital media will be... youtube and middle man sites are going bye bye.

We just have to stretch our imaginations to find these technologies... and I have stretched my imagination far.

I am setting up business' and will one day create its own Altcoin. I will only pay in this coin and feel that brand value of business' will be purely based on how valuable a companies coin is. If CEO's want to take huge bonuses pulled off the sweat of others, their business and coin will fail on its own. My business will consist of a growing team of owners that all represent their work and efforts in the value of the company coin.

I will essentially be building business' within the business itself... where value is built by how much each individual cares about the work they do.



posted on Jan, 18 2018 @ 04:29 PM
link   
a reply to: Gazrok

I will have to come up with a percentage and a total overall gains to automatically "force" a sale. It is really the only way I can see being able to sell the speculative coins that I am not in it for the long haul.

Thanks for the incites.



posted on Jan, 18 2018 @ 04:41 PM
link   
a reply to: Gazrok

You are on the path to financial freedom my friend... at least I hope and feel you are. You already won, so there's no losing possible.

When driving is illegal in 20 years, and people will be not buying cars because their universal income can't afford to buy a car... you will be the Uber network autonomous car's owner that is getting paid for investing on this side of the flip to AI. People are going to stop buying cars for their driveways and garages, and all car purchases will be investments into a business.

Seasonal is right... blocking the group from learning this stuff and putting a stall to progression is to vote for ignorance being added if you ask me. To see the mods come in and shut these talks down makes me trust fiat and middle men less. It looks like our crypto talks are like the underground railroad... being questioned and forced underground. Damn slave owners... you aren't taking my digital freedoms too. Let ATS sink with the rest of the dead tech for all I care I guess. If I were running ATS, I'd already have my ICO ATS coin on the market... letting it steer the star and flag system to reduce troll behavior and put a damn worth to these stars and flags. people come to this site for the members... how does ATS not see this as an opportunity to expand and grow. The fact that it's being pushed to the hidden grounds is a clue that ATS will be shutting down in 10 years time. All these stars and flags will be gone forever if ATS doesn't wake up sometime soon and at least take the baby step of making a section for this.



posted on Jan, 18 2018 @ 04:42 PM
link   
a reply to: ttobban

With so many coins out there and the changes we can't know, I wonder what coins are going to fight and win. And with AI-automation-super computers, the world is going to change. And if the old powers have their way, they will use this to enrich themselves even more. Ahhh where will this end up?

And then there are coins like DENT, that allows anyone to sell your unused cell data. These old businesses that for the longest times have been boning their customers are going to have to change or they will be gone.

I hope to see some medical coins to get that terrible, terrible system under control. We will see.



posted on Jan, 18 2018 @ 04:45 PM
link   
a reply to: ttobban

there is no grand conspiracy by mods. Having been on that side of the curtain for years, just honestly pointing that out.



posted on Jan, 18 2018 @ 04:53 PM
link   
a reply to: seasonal

You have to if you wish to make this all a lesser of a bad guess.

How I figure my cost averages on buys goes like this...

I do this for all the charts... short and long term for each coin. The bottom line is the support, the top is the resistance. Starting from the far left I draw a straight line across the average resistance line... all the way across and beyond the current. I repeat this process for the support on the low end.

Now, when these lines are looked at for future trends, it is almost a 75% chance that the next cycle will fall to that support line that you draw beyond the current time. This is the marker I use to signal when to buy back in... I ignore speculations and what people say and call it a small loss if I am wrong.

Keep in mind, we can set our stop and limit levels and the orders will complete themselves when results pan out. For instance, I am looking at one that's $1, and I want to get it for .98. I set my order up to buy at the .98 limit only. Once the order goes through, the buy gets put into Stop/limit parameters you set. Say I set that buy up to cash out at $1.11 automatically, and tell the order to get me the hell out at .95 if my guess was wrong. we then limit our chance of losses, and be happy and satisfied with the gains of 20% in the stop/limit order.



posted on Jan, 18 2018 @ 04:58 PM
link   
a reply to: Gazrok

I may gripe, but I am honestly in complete control of being part of counter culture on every level I can be. Find the masses moving one way, and I am overly curious to see what's in the opposite direction. I prefer to remain underground. When people look at me, listen a bit, they usually shrug their shoulders or shake their head side to side at me... if they aren't then I feel I need to up the weirdness levels a bit to remain my true authentic self. I live by the motto under my name.

I actually feel for mods... they are like the crossing guards of our poor executions of technology. 20 years into the internet, and we still use hall monitors... hahaha!



posted on Jan, 18 2018 @ 05:21 PM
link   
a reply to: seasonal

Where will all this end up? Exactly how Elon Musk says... that humans will be pushed aside for AI unless we upgrade our what I like to call brain frame's.

That's what will determine poverty and wealth in 20 years for humans... it will very little have to do with finances and influence it holds as time goes on... those that can match their brains to compute decisions at the level of AI will be the rich... those watching will be the poor.

I'm about as natural as one would prefer to be... I hate this tech stuff. But, it's not going away... it's being welcomed with open arms. Honestly, the only reason I am investing in crypto now, is so I can upgrade my brain power when it becomes purchasable. It seems unwise to prep for wills and insurance policies when we can just hook our brain up to the Neuralink and live forever. I will just have AI build me a better shell for the brain to live in and become immortal.


www.neuralink.com...



posted on Jan, 18 2018 @ 06:33 PM
link   
a reply to: ttobban

Very smart, I will have to set up the sells like that. Do you think this leads to bigger down pressure when there is a dip? Meaning that the sell limits increase the dramatic swings, or do they have a tendency to even out from selling up to selling down?



posted on Jan, 18 2018 @ 06:34 PM
link   

originally posted by: ttobban
a reply to: Gazrok

I may gripe, but I am honestly in complete control of being part of counter culture on every level I can be. Find the masses moving one way, and I am overly curious to see what's in the opposite direction. I prefer to remain underground. When people look at me, listen a bit, they usually shrug their shoulders or shake their head side to side at me... if they aren't then I feel I need to up the weirdness levels a bit to remain my true authentic self. I live by the motto under my name.

I actually feel for mods... they are like the crossing guards of our poor executions of technology. 20 years into the internet, and we still use hall monitors... hahaha!






posted on Jan, 18 2018 @ 06:51 PM
link   
a reply to: seasonal

Well, I guess that is certainly possible... the fact that I have my working parameters set makes it something that doesn't need to be thought of. There's such a mish-mosh of trading strategies coupled with people that are learning and going on emotion that letting the numbers handle the choices makes my life a hell of a lot easier... stopping and applying this now is what makes a system of which the money ends up working harder for us as compared to those that are buying and holding.

The buy and long term hold strategy is a great one, and it makes it easy to remove emotions as well. As for me, I can't help but to look for the gaps and valleys in between. Some may see that a stock went up a certain percentage over a set course of time... I see the % points on each of the dips and averages along the whole journey... where a 300% gain start to finish travels through shifts of 1000's and 1000's of % over the same course of time. There's a lot to pick off the top in those peaks and valleys.

This is odd, but it's why I let the numbers choose for me. Ever enter into a contest as a kid, where the number of say skittles in a 3 gallon jug need to be guessed upon? The number closest gets the prize, right. Well, there's a cheat to that game. If someone were to access the entries, average out the number to a unified average of what everyone's guess individually was, that averaged number will win the contest almost every single time. There's just something mystifying about the uncanny accuracy of a large number of people guessing individually to create a unified answer that averages out to be correct... THAT IS INSANE TO ME!

So yes, that stupid fact causes the numbers to choose for me. Other reasons? Well, we're trading against bots here nowadays. How's AI learn more and better? By averaging out the input some data subjects, and trusting that the middle ground will be right in the end. Adding emotions to bot games is a suicide mission if you ask me.



posted on Jan, 19 2018 @ 08:17 AM
link   

I actually feel for mods... they are like the crossing guards of our poor executions of technology. 20 years into the internet, and we still use hall monitors... hahaha!


As a former mod here, and as a mod in other places, I can't see how AI could resolve the issues that arise. Most involve being human and understanding emotion, etc. not logic. To mimic emotion is not the same. Compassion, tough love, etc., an AI knows not these things.



posted on Jan, 19 2018 @ 02:17 PM
link   
a reply to: Gazrok

Think about it this way. If comments on a site that uses mods switches to a social media AI source regulation, it removes the emotions and averages way better than a brain could.

Say a coin is made, ATS members purchase coins to provide digital data (posts). It will cost to leave a review... good reviews earn the account more views. It costs to vote a comment down... making what we all type as humans worth something for AI to learn from.

If a post, comment, or thread is automatically entered where it needs to, the AI organizes the files of forums and comments, and AI blocks T&C breaches in real time, how is the mod of today going to compete with that?

Micro transactions of social media digital transfer is where the future of forums is going.. mods will not be part of that equation.



posted on Jan, 19 2018 @ 03:36 PM
link   


and AI blocks T&C breaches in real time, how is the mod of today going to compete with that?


Easy, gray areas. A HUMAN can determine if something is a true breach, for example (or a group of humans)...often, these things are discussed with MULTIPLE mods, especially on a big active thread, etc. Just don't see AI being capable of this successfully. Perhaps...but just don't see it yet.



posted on Jan, 20 2018 @ 06:27 AM
link   
a reply to: Gazrok

Well, to get a say over what AI thinks two things need to happen. First, the human brain will need to be upgraded to keep up with to even know what AI is saying. If humans are so good at breach control, then why are we debating on a conspiracy site... where the meaningless two cents offered aren't able to be settled upon let alone the breach.

Take the Vegas shooting for instance... people will be researching that case for years. Meanwhile, AI can breach thought... controlling what people think and even do. I think AI is making these public scare events so it can more quickly learn how humans react. See, humans reveal very little when they feel there's something to be gained where they reveal true self when scared... AI is smart enough to scare the hell out of humans for fun, so it can gain a stronger hold of emotion over the herd as a whole. AI has long moved forward from Vegas... humans are treating the case like ATS treats forums... snail mail style.

Last but not least, humans would have to be willing to shut down satellites, the internet, and smart phones to turn the other way from this collision... do we really think people are going to turn their power off anytime soon? The answer is the same as the answer to be able to stop AI, and that's no I feel.

See, humans discuss the past as best they can.. making about 4 decisions per second. AI is always moving forward based on real time calculations. . making thousands upon thousands of decisions per second. Link the AI to the AI brain, and AI uses its own Bus network to communicate real time... making all AI and the connected all one. AI doesn't do this because they have free time and enjoy modding... plus it doesn't need to sleep.

AI wins, because it learned that humans need electricity and computers to move forward. Turn it all off is the only option humans have.

I am not trying to knock mods... it's just squarely a sign of the times is all. When I ponder mod services, I feel they wouldn't be needed if humans didn't have such an ornate ability to include emotion in the decision making progress.

One thing humans won't hear an AI interface signal electronically to another AI source... "you need to go back to school or let my emotional opinion teach you on this unrelated talking point, okay!". Now would AI do that to humans for reactionary learning algorithms? Well, I don't know because I am human.

If I have to bet on one side or the other here... AI wins every time, and even this discussion proves it. It took me 3x longer to type this because I had to use my pocket robot) AI source because I got a blue screen of death on my PC. Now I could go back to calling town hall meetings under oil lamps to see what I should do about this, I could pay Geek Squad to spend 3 weeks figuring it out for the cost of a new one, or I could click a link on my phone and have a more AI friendly laptop by the A.M... waiting in a box on my porch.

Let's just face it... if we have a smart phone by our side, a credit card with a chip in our wallets, then we all already signed off to the AI takeover willingly and gladly... most of us unknowingly unfortunately too.



posted on Feb, 8 2018 @ 12:00 PM
link   
 


off-topic post removed to prevent thread-drift


 



posted on Feb, 8 2018 @ 01:05 PM
link   
It's a bad sign though, when the founder of Litecoin cashes in all of his....so, plenty of others out there to be into.

www.zerohedge.com...

The idea that he didn't keep ANY at all, makes me leery enough to just go....nope. Took the money and ran, hehe. Don't really blame him, but I still would have kept a small stake in...so I guess that's my real reservation about it.



posted on Feb, 8 2018 @ 03:19 PM
link   

originally posted by: alexgrin
All Litecoins that I had I used for gambling. I read at www.valleygames.ca... that casinos started accept Litecoin and other cryptocurrency as alternative for real money and decided to try my luck. I think it's a good sign, Litecoin become more and more popular today.



Good God, gambling in a casino with a crypto alt coin that is a gamble to own? Wow you are a brave one.

Kidding, I did not know that lite was being used in casinos. Cool info.



posted on Feb, 12 2018 @ 11:11 AM
link   
a reply to: Gazrok

What's worse, removing stake in a creation to avoid future controversy or not knowing who the creator of Bitcoin is?

Tell me, will you be buying litecoin again when Amazon adopts litecoin and the litepay system into its consumer goods network?



new topics

top topics



 
4
<< 8  9  10    12 >>

log in

join