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53 thoughts on “The Current State of Cryptos: How to Buy Low and Sell High

    1. None… no favourites anymore… My store of value is obviously BTC and then i buy low and sell high any coin.. couldn’t care less if it is Bitcoin SV or Zcash…

    2. +Find Yourself LTC has been around for years and it’s blockchain has been running smoothly since day 1. Not to mention It’s on almost every exchange including ATMs for people to buy with their fiat directly and sell as well. LTC’s volume is currently over 400 million. In the past 24 hours so unlike other coins liquidity for people with bigger pockets won’t have a problem nieither.

  1. Jeff, I’ve never heard you say this (or anyone else) but of all the crazy taxes on everything, people don’t realize where they pay the MOST taxes!

    Every product that we buy – most of what we are paying for is a long string of added up taxes!

    i.e. When a typical tax slave takes whats left of their paycheck to go buy a car. We must start from the very beginning – An iron ore mine has many, many, business taxes plus operational taxes on electricity etc, plus matching employee taxes etc. (a lot!) They add that tax burden to every ton of ore they sell.
    Then there is a trucking company, a steel refiner, another trucking company, a wholesaler, another trucking company, a retailer, another trucking company, a automobile manufacturer, another trucking company, an auto retailer, and EVERY ONE of those companies add their tax burden to the product. In the end most of what we slaves are paying for, is a long string of added up taxes!!!
    From my math, I figure the average person pays about 75% of all the money they work for, in taxes… (extortion)

  2. speaking to the wrong crowd,90% of the people in this room are and or look 60- 70 yrs old and when you talk about forks/ crypto they have no idea what you are talking about(pause the video @ 33:28 and you tell me what you see ),you need to be speaking@ high schools/colleges/university the people that will be actually using crypto,speaking to the elderly about crypto is pointless,,,,,,,,(for adoption)

    1. ..woopsie, premature send…as I was saying, crypto interest and ownership doesn’t distinguish between the public and central bankers, between those your or I deem deserving or otherwise. So, what a wonderful development, so open to both good use and misuse. My own personal wish is to see more people awaken to cryptos, not just because of the need to reach mass-adoption for reasons like ‘price’ stability, but because I want to see the benefits spread widely (despite me exposing small-state free-market capitalism). As someone with kids, I hope they are early adopters; in the meantime my duty is, arguably, to watch their backs while they enjoy the many distractions of youth. Yes, I’m an old git, but it has its advantages.

  3. I like Jeff in a way but take a look at his past videos regarding the Bitcoin forks. I recall him claiming that bcash may, in fact be the real Bitcoin.. He has no intrinsic understanding of the tech, he just follows the most socially relevant, highly priced coin and claims that he knew before the market decided, which is false. His heart is in the right place but he is no leader in the crypto-currency space.

    1. sneaking_ weasel
      , LMFAO. Jeff knows Tonnes more than you ever!l. You’re the one who has NO intrinsic understanding of the tech. You think you do but seriously you DONT. Go and do yourself a favour and study and research what the Real Bitcoin System is. I’ve seen your comments on other channels and it really seems like you are just Bitcoin Core shill.

    2. +maz shaun Yet another YT numpty with a big mouth and an empty head. So explain exactly what I’ve said to make you think I have no intrinsic understanding of the Bitcoin tech.. And ill explain exactly how you’re wrong. p.s there are no core shills, that’s a conspiracy theory that truly stupid people fall for since there is no evidence. People run Core code because it’s currently the best iteration of the Bitcoin protocol. And we agree that the Core roadmap is the best way to scale the tech.

    3. +steve zajac Bitcoin DID NOT fix the scaling problem … therefore … it can never scale beyond the usage of the last spike. Therefore, the next Bitcoin spike will, again, result in transaction fees in double-triple digits (dollar wise). Bitcoin SV (the best Bitcoin Cash fork) has permanently fixed the scaling issues and is poised to pick up the pieces where Bitcoin failed. Some will (you watch) will post that “Lightning Network’ will fix the scaling issue but that is horsecrap. L.N. is a complete failure and was a stupid idea from the start. Bitcoin cannot scale – Bitcoin SV can.

    4. +Robert Lefebvre  Robert Lefebvre  Pretty idiotic comment there. Your first claim is correct although just for the wrong reason. “The scaling problem” is not one single issue with one single problem, it will require constant, numerous network upgrades and monitoring into the future as Bitcoin usage grows. Do you honestly think that there will be no more technical discoveries or opportunities for improvement between now, 2140 and beyond? I bet you believe in creationism too, am I right? You have absolutely no idea when the “next Bitcoin spike” will be or how the network will handle it either. Your claim that sv is the best fork is laughable given that their track record is a couple of months, you’ve got no tangible evidence to back that up and the project they forked from looks to be done for.
      For your information, LN looks very promising, although you actually have to be willing to see it and to try it out. I can tell you, as an actual user with skin in the game, that it performs surprisingly well despite being in beta. I use LN almost once a week and enjoy sub 1 second confirmation times and 1/100th of a cent in fees for each transaction. Not bad. It does actually look as though LN will help to relieve network congestion in the next bull market given that two exchanges, Vaultoro & CoinGate, are already planning to roll out LN support in the near future. More exchanges will surely follow. Fear not, you will have your vast, cavernous, empty 128Gb blocks to console you.

  4. Jeff, have you noticed that all of the recent crashes in the crypto market have been directly related to BCash? Rodger Ver is the scammy central banker of crypto, we shouldn’t support him.

  5. I don’t understand the childish name calling towards Peter Schiff and calling him Peter Shill. Schiff is on point about almost everything of the current state of the economy. Except he doesn’t see the potential of crypto. So he might be not thinking outside of the box in this area, but I learn a lot from him about the economy.

    1. If you listen really carefully to peter Schiff will will find that, deep down, he is not in favor of dismantling the Fed but, instead, really just argues it needs to be better managed. He is, IMHO, running to be appointed as the head of the FED because he thinks he has the best way to run it.

  6. Financial crises are designed by the government to transfer power and wealth to the government.
    Monero [XMR] is 100% untraceable with low cost highly efficient transactions, while Bitcoin is fully traceable with inefficient expensive transaction costs.
    People will run to Monero, instead of Bitcoin, to escape government intrusion and wealth confiscation.

    I have never considered cryptocurrencies to be an investment or asset or commodity.
    Cryptocurrencies are currencies, and that is “distilled work”, which is not actual money.
    Physical gold and silver are money.
    When cryptocurrencies are 100% untraceable, easily and anonymously convertible with gold and silver, then there will be a mass exodus from government fiat currency and then governments will collapse.
    Civilization will have escaped from the horror of government brutality and violence.

    When people realize the true value of 100% untraceable cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin will lose to Monero and to the other fully untraceable cryptocurrencies.
    Everyone on the planet will have an unlimited number of untraceable “bank” accounts that they can carry in their heads across any border.
    The central banking system will collapse, and then the (literally) bloody governments will be starved of their life blood for waging wars.
    Only in a society ruled by a government are the slaves allowed to vote for their masters.

    “If voting made any difference, they wouldn’t let us do it.” — Mark Twain

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