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Browsing All Comments By: Rene Peters
  1. Hi Nathan

    There is the “sponsored” tag on the article, like with every sponsored story. We categorize articles in a separate category “sponsored” that is shown right above the article headline.

  2. Where does it say BTC and ICX will remain flat? It says “Price will heavily depend on what BTC will do and since many analysts think BTC will not be making big moves in this year, it is hard to expect ICX will do them either.”

    Everything needs to be put in a context. Going from $3.8k to $8.5k is historically not a big move in crypto sector. There are literally tons of memes on this topic (making fun of traditional finance sector because of what they call gains).

    You are partially right though, the wording needs to be improved to reflect this contextual importance so newbies like you can understand the message behind the analysis.

    As for ICX – it was 5.9k sats on January 1st and it is 4.6k sats right now. Please show me the big move there.

    Rookies like yourself should really stay out of crypto in this nascent phase, it’s gonna end bad for your home budget.

  3. All good mate, hope you didn’t lose any money. Stay safe, lots of frauds out there.

  4. Sorry that we don’t have a crystal ball to tell you exactly what will happen. TA is a probabilistic tool and nothing else. It helps you try to see patterns over time or common chart patterns that usually indicate a certain move. All TA is based on the supply-demand tradeoff and market psychology. We do our best to analyze the market and weigh in on what we think will happen.

    If you are looking for mathematically precise entries and sell targets – sorry, such analyst is yet to be born.

  5. Thank you for the comment. Real information is, I would assume, in Verge indoctrination camps like Telegram groups or some other obscure communities?

  6. Sure, if your writing meets our standards and editorial guidelines. Shoot me an email at for more details.

  7. The user numbers have nothing to do with the upcoming Bittorrent team and product, they were using Bittorrent long before Justin Sun acquisition of the company.
    The rest of your “facts” are still untested theories and judging by the well-documented Justin Sun’s incompetence, anything he leads is by definition weak in fundamentals.

  8. What has been proven as wrong? Can you please be more precise and quote falsehoods? Otherwise, everything you say is a hodler’s wishful thinking.

  9. Thanks for pointing it out – it has been corrected.

  10. I am not sure I understand a single word of this incoherent tirade.

  11. Hi – thanks for the comment! It has been corrected – this part was not written by us, this is cited from other author and it slipped through.

  12. You need to use some kind of service to exchange bitcoin for altcoins and these services usually charge a small fee. However, as atomic swaps enter the mainstream, we will be able to exchange coins with each other instantly and with no fees.

  13. Hey Sam

    Honestly, I haven’t even heard of most of those listed. I think EDG looks solid

  14. Hey John
    Thank you – there is a subscription box in the sidebar – right below the facebook page box.

  15. Check the tweet within the article and of course, go on blockchain explorer to find the transactions.