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World of Crypto / Re: BITCOIN or ETHEREUM?
« Last post by CASTIEL05 on June 14, 2018, 10:37:56 PM »
Why do we need to pick from both of them? Bitcoin and Ethereum are great cryptocurrencies. Bitcoin holds the biggest share in the cryptocurrency market while ethereum has innovated blockhain technology and smart contracts which some ICOs used when they launch their project. If I were you, I will hold 25% Bitcoin and 25% Ethereum in my portfolio and the rest are other cryptocurrency.
History Bits / Re: Trivia and Fun Facts!
« Last post by Dwey on June 14, 2018, 05:06:08 AM »
Did you know which cryptocurrency connects a network of 75 international banks?
The CW Market / Smart City ECO Airdrop posting/share/retweet campaign
« Last post by Serjent on June 12, 2018, 08:30:31 AM »
Smart City Eco would like to announce their Airdrop campaign where participants will have a share on the reward for every successful participant that joins their airdrop.  The purpose of this campaign is to spread the news about Smart City Airdrop and to cater interested parties to join their airdrop.

For Facebook users, like and share this link : to every page or group (public group or private group)

For Twitter users, follow and retweet

Each task done should be reported on the  If you do not have an account yet you can send an email to

You can see the status of the number of participants here:

You can also post the quoted part to every forum you know


Title: Smart City Eco Airdrop

Get 500 SCE by simply doing the following tasks.

*Liking their official facebook page:

*Following their official twitter account:

*Join their official telegram channel:

After doing the said task Fill up the form:

All successful participants will receive 500 SCE (5$) which will be delivered to their provided address after the finish of ICO 04.08.2018. up to 15 days later will be payout period.

To learn how to create a wave wallet, you can visit this blog:

The reward will be calculated according to your stake over the total stake times the reward collected on every qualified participant the campaign had produced.  The reward per qualified participant is $0.50 so if we gather around 50k participants that is a whopping 25,000 dollar to be shared with this campaign's participants.

Stake breakdown
Facebook share = 1 stake
Twitter retweet = 1 stake
Post on another forum =  2 stakes
Philippines / Re: Lesson 1 : Creating Ethereum Address under MEW
« Last post by Rapha_Ela on June 04, 2018, 04:50:50 PM »
Ang galing naman. Maraming salamat sa step by step na guide sa pag gawa ng Ethereum wallet sa Myetherwallet. Makakabuti ito sa mga newbie na hindi pa marunong gumawa ng kanilang ethereum wallet.
World of Crypto / Re: how does cryptocurrencies work
« Last post by Rapha_Ela on June 04, 2018, 04:41:39 PM »
Although cryptocurrencies are in demand nowadays due to successfully found by Satoshi Nakamoto,in the way to build from decentralized digital cash/money system, how does it work a decentralized cash in the system? i want to know? would you help? thank you.. :)
Hello! The question is not clear to me. I dont think there is decentralized digital cash. Cash is not digital, it is physical money and physical money like fiat and any local money are centralized.
Philippines / Lesson 1 : Creating Ethereum Address under MEW
« Last post by JoemzzBond on June 02, 2018, 02:08:25 PM »
Here is a simple guide on how to create an Ethereum Wallet on MyEtherWallet Website.
Ethereum wallet will be used to store our ERC-20 token before we can convert it to Bitcoin or transfer it to a Trading Exchange.

1st : Go to the Webiste
Here's the link:

2nd : Click New Wallet

3rd : Put a Password then Click Create New Wallet

4th : Click Download Keystore File then Click I understand. Continue
you can keep your Keystore File for your backup in case you forgot your private key
you can access your MEW wallet using Keystore and your Password.

5th : Save your Private Key or Print it
you can access your MEW Wallet using this Private Key Without a Password.
(Don't give your Private Key on everyone)

6th : Click Private Key then put your Private Key then UNLOCK it
(if you want to access your MEW Wallet using Keystore just click Keystore
then put you keystore file and password and unlock it)

7th : So this is your MEW Wallet and you will see your Account Address that is your public address
(using that address you will receive a token from the airdrops or bounties)

I hope you understand thanks ^_^
World of Crypto / BITCOIN or ETHEREUM?
« Last post by zwingz on May 11, 2018, 09:47:19 AM »
What to hold? bitcoin or Ethereum?

and WHY!!!
History Bits / Re: Is Satoshi Nakamoto the real Founder of Bitcoin?
« Last post by Givehope on May 04, 2018, 01:27:51 AM »
 Although in some article satoshi nakamoto will denied that will not be able  a real person who created  a digital currency called as bitcoin, but this he only man successfully found and develop behind of it, for the the first -ever successful cryptocurrency emerged of,,,and then be followed  by the birth of other types of cryptocurrencies competing againts bitcoin.
History Bits / First Five Countries that Accepts/Adopt Bitcoin
« Last post by JoshyKulotski on May 03, 2018, 06:09:39 PM »
1. San Francisco, California - Accepting the fact that they where only 837,000 in population they were the first to adopt bitcoin as their alternative currency. This city also made "Coinbase" the "First Digital Wallet in the World" in July 2011 by Brian Armstrong and Fred Ersham. Almost 200 stores and merchants accepting bitcoin in this city.

2. Vancouver, Canada - In a population of 578,000 people, this city creates a world record of making a 13 Bitcoin ATM's and the first country that signs a first official law that regulates the digital and virtual currency. This city also made the "QuadriagaCX Bitcoin Exchange" the "World's First Bitcoin ATM".

3. Amsterdam, The Netherlands - In a population of 779,000 they were the home of startup Bitcoin Miners and Blockchain developers. They created the "BitFury" in 2013 by their founder Valery Vavilov, they were currently hosting more than 16 countries around the world.

4. Ljubljana, Slovenia - The smallest city among the five with a population of 272,000 people. Ljublejana have more than 50 stores accepting Bitcoin as currency and has two ATMs. They created the "Bitstamp" one of the most popular Bitcoin fiat in the World.

5. Tel Aviv, Israel - In a population of 404,000 people this city is one of the world's leading cities for startups. One of the most active Bitcoin Meet Up Group with a 1,785 active members.
History Bits / Is Satoshi Nakamoto the real Founder of Bitcoin?
« Last post by JoshyKulotski on May 03, 2018, 05:25:20 PM »
As far as I know he's not because of some articles saying he denies it, but somehow some articles also says he is the real founder and developer of Bitcoin.
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