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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2018 10:42 am 
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2018 8:44 pm 
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apologies in advance.. but if Initiative Q is not cryptocurrency, where does it come from?

in this time and age NOTHING IS FREE... and NOTHING CAN'T BE TURNED INTO SOMETHING!!!

please enlighten us!

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 20, 2018 12:30 am 
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pubringjuandelacruz wrote:
apologies in advance.. but if Initiative Q is not cryptocurrency, where does it come from?

in this time and age NOTHING IS FREE... and NOTHING CAN'T BE TURNED INTO SOMETHING!!!

please enlighten us!


Not fun of cut and paste the entire website like Kulukuy. Please read the link when you get a chance.

https://initiativeq.com/knowledge/payment-network
Here is my invite link: https://initiativeq.com/invite/S-y17Ufp7

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 20, 2018 5:55 pm 
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Man of Steel wrote:
pubringjuandelacruz wrote:
apologies in advance.. but if Initiative Q is not cryptocurrency, where does it come from?

in this time and age NOTHING IS FREE... and NOTHING CAN'T BE TURNED INTO SOMETHING!!!

please enlighten us!


Not fun of cut and paste the entire website like Kulukuy. Please read the link when you get a chance.

https://initiativeq.com/knowledge/payment-network
Here is my invite link: https://initiativeq.com/invite/S-y17Ufp7



there's nothing there that tells us where the funds will be coming from...

from a hindsight, it looks like or is the same as Paymaya...

also, the multi-form factor authentication is somewhat like blockchain.

so, IMHO, good ol sir, can you please point where the source of the fund?

if you can't then that means, Initiative Q is the same as Paymaya.

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 20, 2018 10:57 pm 
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Just think about like credit card. If you can point where VISA, Mastercard source their funds then you have your answer.


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 21, 2018 1:32 am 
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Man of Steel wrote:
Just think about like credit card. If you can point where VISA, Mastercard source their funds then you have your answer.


its from the bank... to which Initiative Q denounces...

so, what's your point?

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 21, 2018 5:59 am 
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pubringjuandelacruz wrote:
Man of Steel wrote:
Just think about like credit card. If you can point where VISA, Mastercard source their funds then you have your answer.


its from the bank... to which Initiative Q denounces...

so, what's your point?

He doesn't have one, i.e. a point. Unfortunately for him, he's just one of the 'gullibles' who bought into it with false hopes of getting rich quick, thereby perpetuating the hype via a mass dumbing-down tool which is referred to as "window dressing" and is pretty much a standard fare in an MLM scam...errr...scheme. He's just doing what he's conditioned to do: recruit more gullibles to the absurdity that it is.

Furthermore, his last post is pretty much a dead giveaway that he has no concept of the traditional financial system let alone fintech. Like I said, he's just following and 'parroting' the script and recruiting more hapless gullible souls so he could collect more vapor money...wash...rinse...repeat. That's pretty much what an MLM scheme is.


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 22, 2018 11:34 am 
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pubringjuandelacruz wrote:
Man of Steel wrote:
Just think about like credit card. If you can point where VISA, Mastercard source their funds then you have your answer.


its from the bank... to which Initiative Q denounces...

so, what's your point?


My point is like Visa and Mastercard, acts a payment scheme not like a bank. Same goes to this, its only a payment scheme not a bank or any entity that will give you money. If things go south, then it is what it is move on.


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Pwede na bang ipambili/ipambayad iyang cryptocurrency na iyan for example sa cdRking o kaya sa angel burger

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 25, 2018 3:18 am 
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Pwede na bang ipambili/ipambayad iyang cryptocurrency na iyan for example sa cdRking o kaya sa angel burger

First of all, it's not even a crypto. Heck, it's not even "anything" as there is no active implementation; not even a white paper or anything that would at least explain the "system" so it could go through a peer-review process thereby having some sorta semblance of validity or legitimacy. Nada...zilch, zip, nil...nought.

It's nothing but a lip service that the perps just pulled out of their tuchas.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 25, 2018 4:49 am 
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kulukuy wrote:
FunkyDog wrote:
Pwede na bang ipambili/ipambayad iyang cryptocurrency na iyan for example sa cdRking o kaya sa angel burger

First of all, it's not even a crypto. Heck, it's not even "anything" as there is no active implementation; not even a white paper or anything that would at least explain the "system" so it could go through a peer-review process thereby having some sorta semblance of validity or legitimacy. Nada...zilch, zip, nil...nought.

It's nothing but a lip service that the perps just pulled out of their tuchas.

...so nothing buys nothing <damn editing time restriction on this forum>.


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Man of Steel wrote:
pubringjuandelacruz wrote:
Man of Steel wrote:
Just think about like credit card. If you can point where VISA, Mastercard source their funds then you have your answer.


its from the bank... to which Initiative Q denounces...

so, what's your point?


My point is like Visa and Mastercard, acts a payment scheme not like a bank. Same goes to this, its only a payment scheme not a bank or any entity that will give you money. If things go south, then it is what it is move on.


so it bounds to FAIL... so why we invest in the first place?

and your "point" regarding Visa and Mastercard tells something about your knowledge about your product you're promoting.

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2018 9:50 am 
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Bitcoin sinks as cryptocurrency sell-off gathers pace

GMA News / Reuters wrote:
NEW YORK - Bitcoin plunged more than 12 percent on Monday, extending falls in recent weeks in a broad-based selloff in digital currencies as sentiment sours.

Several factors have accelerated the downturn, analysts said, including increased US regulatory scrutiny and a delay to January 2019 of the widely-anticipated launch of bitcoin futures by Bakkt, Intercontinental Exchange's crypto platform.

"These factors coupled with lukewarm network fundamentals and reports of falling adoption of crypto as a tool for services such as payments, have led to strong selling pressure against a lack of buying resistance — to a point of apparent capitulation," said Aditya Das, analyst at Brave New Coin, a crypto asset market data company.

Bitcoin fell to as low as $3,519.94 on the Bitstamp platform, after earlier falling to a 14-month trough of $3,462,57, and was last down 12.6 percent. It has lost 74 percent of its value so far this year, after hitting nearly $20,000 in December last year.

Other digital currencies also fell sharply, with Ethereum's ether down 7 percent at $106.69 and Ripple's XRP falling 5.6 percent to 34 US cents.

Cryptocurrency market capitalization plummeted to $122.3 billion on Monday, down 85 percent from its peak of nearly $800 billion hit in early January this year.

Mainstream investors have stayed clear of bitcoin, with concerns over scant regulatory oversight and undeveloped market infrastructure compounded by frequent swings in price.

Analysts said the US Securities and Exchange Commission was partly to blame for the recent sell-off, with the delay in its approval of new bitcoin instruments, as well as for its investigations of initial coin offerings and crypto exchanges.

The SEC has ordered civil penalties against Airfox and Paragon Coin that sold digital tokens deemed as securities in initial coin offerings. Those companies have agreed to return funds to harmed investors, register the tokens as securities, file periodic reports with the Commission, and pay penalties.

Bloomberg reported this month that the US Department of Justice had initiated an investigation of cryptocurrency Tether over possible manipulation of bitcoin prices at the end of last year.

At the same time, the sharp price falls are seen by some as an opportunity to get into viable cryptocurrency projects at a discounted price.

"It is important to highlight that none of the unpleasant headlines are directly related to the underlying fundamentals of legitimate cryptocurrency projects," said Donald Bullers, North American representative of web3 infrastructure platform Elastos.

"Whether it's market manipulation accusations, a controversial fork, or short-term speculators deciding not to play the long game, this dip will cull the wheat from the chaff and the most important decentralization projects will continue to survive," he added.


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2018 9:24 pm 
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PeluBoy wrote:
:shock: ngiiii patay
Bitcoin sinks as cryptocurrency sell-off gathers pace

GMA News / Reuters wrote:
NEW YORK - Bitcoin plunged more than 12 percent on Monday, extending falls in recent weeks in a broad-based selloff in digital currencies as sentiment sours.

Several factors have accelerated the downturn, analysts said, including increased US regulatory scrutiny and a delay to January 2019 of the widely-anticipated launch of bitcoin futures by Bakkt, Intercontinental Exchange's crypto platform.

"These factors coupled with lukewarm network fundamentals and reports of falling adoption of crypto as a tool for services such as payments, have led to strong selling pressure against a lack of buying resistance — to a point of apparent capitulation," said Aditya Das, analyst at Brave New Coin, a crypto asset market data company.

Bitcoin fell to as low as $3,519.94 on the Bitstamp platform, after earlier falling to a 14-month trough of $3,462,57, and was last down 12.6 percent. It has lost 74 percent of its value so far this year, after hitting nearly $20,000 in December last year.

Other digital currencies also fell sharply, with Ethereum's ether down 7 percent at $106.69 and Ripple's XRP falling 5.6 percent to 34 US cents.

Cryptocurrency market capitalization plummeted to $122.3 billion on Monday, down 85 percent from its peak of nearly $800 billion hit in early January this year.

Mainstream investors have stayed clear of bitcoin, with concerns over scant regulatory oversight and undeveloped market infrastructure compounded by frequent swings in price.

Analysts said the US Securities and Exchange Commission was partly to blame for the recent sell-off, with the delay in its approval of new bitcoin instruments, as well as for its investigations of initial coin offerings and crypto exchanges.

The SEC has ordered civil penalties against Airfox and Paragon Coin that sold digital tokens deemed as securities in initial coin offerings. Those companies have agreed to return funds to harmed investors, register the tokens as securities, file periodic reports with the Commission, and pay penalties.

Bloomberg reported this month that the US Department of Justice had initiated an investigation of cryptocurrency Tether over possible manipulation of bitcoin prices at the end of last year.

At the same time, the sharp price falls are seen by some as an opportunity to get into viable cryptocurrency projects at a discounted price.

"It is important to highlight that none of the unpleasant headlines are directly related to the underlying fundamentals of legitimate cryptocurrency projects," said Donald Bullers, North American representative of web3 infrastructure platform Elastos.

"Whether it's market manipulation accusations, a controversial fork, or short-term speculators deciding not to play the long game, this dip will cull the wheat from the chaff and the most important decentralization projects will continue to survive," he added.



............... :?

Jumping to a "Bitcoin/crypto is dead" conclusion based on a single uninformed article and without reading the whole write-up (especially the last two paragraphs) that you yourself posted doesn't bode well for you. Perhaps you did finished reading the whole thing and it's just a reading comprehension thang. :biglaugh:

Bitcoin or crypto in general is dead you say? Well, Bitcoin alone has already died 300+ times...and counting. The following link should aid you in putting everything into perspective:

https://99bitcoins.com/bitcoinobituaries/

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