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Due to its length of time in the cryptocurrency market, Bitcoin is most popular and valued. Is it safe to assume that the subsequent coins like Ether, XRP etc are controlled by Bitcoin in the cryptomarket?
asked Oct 4, 2018 in Cryptocurrency Julia Parris 73 points
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I recently downloaded the Telegram app on my phone because I was told that I can get more info on companies' ICOs there. But the volume of messages is too much and too repetitive, almost like Spam email. That it makes me wonder if it is really worthwhile using Telegram for this purpose.
asked Oct 23, 2018 in Blockchain D.Pierre 9 points
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Are there any ISO standards for blockchain technology? I'm thinking that since blockchain tech is being implemented for nautical reasons, does the ISO certification body have any regulations to enforce?
asked Oct 23, 2018 in Blockchain Ellyn Lewis 88 points
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I've read some reports concerning persons being kidnapped or killed for their cryptocoins. Here wondering if there are any cryptocoins that provide anonymity for their buyers/miners.
asked Oct 23, 2018 in Cryptocurrency YvonneE 76 points
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As fiat money can be regulated by central banks, could the same apply to digital currency? If so, is there any gov't presently doing that?
asked Oct 22, 2018 in Cryptocurrency Sabrina 81 points
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I've been reading reports about Tron's misleading of investors by claiming that it had a partnership with Baidu. Is it time for an Investor Proposal framework to be formulated?
asked Oct 19, 2018 in Cryptocurrency FrauLyn07 91 points
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I've been reading about airdrops and feel like this is a scam. So many persons are given these tokens for signing up to the company's platform, but from an economic perspective this looks like limited financial resources being spread over too many people. Am I right in thinking that this is an unprofitable exercise?
asked Oct 18, 2018 in Cryptocurrency KhadeshaLa 105 points
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