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How to make a business milestone in HYIP with bitcoin?

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I am not interested to buy the Bitcoin or Ethereum. I want to invest one of them. Is there any HYIP or mining website which provides a great profit with low investment? /r/bitcoinxt

I am not interested to buy the Bitcoin or Ethereum. I want to invest one of them. Is there any HYIP or mining website which provides a great profit with low investment? /bitcoinxt submitted by cryptoallbot to cryptoall [link] [comments]

I am not interested to buy the Bitcoin or Ethereum. I want to invest one of them. Is there any HYIP or mining website which provides a great profit with low investment?

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I am not interested to buy the Bitcoin or Ethereum. I want to invest one of them. Is there any HYIP or mining website which provides a great profit with low investment? /r/bitcoinxt

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I am not interested to buy the Bitcoin or Ethereum. I want to invest one of them. Is there any HYIP or mining website which provides a great profit with low investment? /r/BitcoinMining

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I am not interested to buy the Bitcoin or Ethereum. I want to invest one of them. Is there any HYIP or mining website which provides a great profit with low investment? /r/BitcoinMining

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Will Bitcoin Follow Gold And SkyRocket With EFT Approval? | GoldenTalk - The Best Moneymaking Forum - HYIP, PPA, Forex, Online Betting!

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04-08 23:03 - 'ignore this. just another filipino sucker. philippine is infested with ponzi/hyip/mlm schemes. fucking scammers.' by /u/dugyitla removed from /r/Bitcoin within 2-12min

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[NO HYIP] Trade, Invest, Mine & Stake + Bitcoin lending(up to 40% with NO RISK / Month possible!)

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Office Btc offers a daily basis investment plans with different profits and investment time. The earning will depend on the amount of bit coin that they invest.
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05-29 11:11 - 'Cool NEW HYIP AND PAYING WITH PROOFS Nueva HYIP lanzada hace 15 días y pagando el 0.3% de tu inversión cada hora en un día obtienes un 7.2% de rentabilidad,cada 4 horas recibes pagos en la billetera comprobado.' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/jhon111123 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 14-24min

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Que tal amigos, Esta plataforma es similar a algunas que existen por ahí y con muy buena acogida solo llevan 15 días y ya logre obtener $283 dólares te pagan el 0.3% sobre tu inversión/CADA HORA
Acá están las pruebas de pago en este video [link]1 y en este otro video [link]2 pueden ver como entrar y manejar la plataforma. ENGLISH VERSION: [link]3 Esta paga cada 4 horas a tu billetera una vez completes tu valor deseado a retirar.Que esperan hay que entrar rápido para poder ganar.Se puede invertir desde 0.01 bitcoins. ESTOS SON LOS PORCENTAJES DE GANANCIA POR REFERIDO -Nivel 1: 5% -Nivel 2: 3% -Nivel 3,4 Y 5 : 1% Inversion minima: 0.01 BITCOINS Minimo de retiro: 0.0001 BITCOINS (Pagos Automaticos) Procesadores de Pago -PerfectMoney -Payeer -Bitcoin
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Cool NEW HYIP AND PAYING WITH PROOFS Nueva HYIP lanzada hace 15 días y pagando el 0.3% de tu inversión cada hora en un día obtienes un 7.2% de rentabilidad,cada 4 horas recibes pagos en la billetera comprobado.
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Cool NEW HYIP AND PAYING WITH PROOFS Nueva HYIP lanzada hace 15 das y pagando el 0.3% de tu inversin cada hora en un da obtienes un 7.2% de rentabilidad,cada 4 horas recibes pagos en la billetera comprobado. /r/Bitcoin

Cool NEW HYIP AND PAYING WITH PROOFS Nueva HYIP lanzada hace 15 das y pagando el 0.3% de tu inversin cada hora en un da obtienes un 7.2% de rentabilidad,cada 4 horas recibes pagos en la billetera comprobado. /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

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Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Double your Bitcoins with Proof (WARNING THIS IS A HYIP) /r/beermoney

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DeFi: Finance, but not always Decentralised?

As a recent blog post explored, DeFi – decentralised finance – can and will be used in whatever ways developers and the market see fit. This is the nature of open, decentralised systems. You can’t stop it, and there’s a very strong argument for saying we shouldn’t try. To restrict any element of DeFi, at least at the protocol level, is to introduce centralisation and single points of failure, thereby killing the core innovation by misguidedly trying to protect it.
But “decentralisation” is widely misunderstood. It is, first of all, not a binary matter: a project is not either “decentralised” or “centralised”. Decentralisation lies on a spectrum. One node in a blockchain “network” is centralised; Bitcoin, with many thousands of nodes in its network, is typically considered decentralised. At what point does the threshold between centralised and decentralised lie? 10, 100, 1,000 nodes?
Secondly, there are different types of decentralisation. A blockchain network might be decentralised, but its mining infrastructure may not be, especially if a few pools comprise 51% of hashrate. If there are very few exchanges, or active developers, these are also forms of centralisation and points of potential vulnerability.
DeFi’s recent failings of decentralisation
We have seen other forms of centralisation and failure in the DeFi space in recent weeks, suggesting that a significant proportion of DeFi cannot truly be considered Decentralised at all.
At least two recent DeFi projects (one a fork of the other, and clearly designed to appeal to yield farmers, with improbable gains promised), include an “infinite mint” function that poise the devs to carry out an exit scam, pulling the rug from under holders when it is most lucrative (if not timelocked). SushiSwap, a now-notorious clone of UniSwap, apparently suffered a similar exit scam when its founder Chef Nomi took $14 million from the dev fund – only to return it in what may have been genuine remorse, or possibly an act of theatre.
Many of the ‘new’ DeFi protocols are simply clones of existing dApps, making them akin to a Ponzi or HYIP scheme. It’s worse when the users, who pour millions of dollars into these smart contracts, don’t wait for an audit – as was the case with Yam Finance, which led to a bug that caused its token price to crash to zero.
The ruthless elimination of centralisation
DeFi is not DeFi when it contains any of the above single points of failure. “Decentralisation” is about far more than the blockchain. Using a blockchain and smart contracts is an entry-level requirement for DeFi: necessary but not sufficient.
No protocol can be considered decentralised if it includes back doors, whether built in deliberately like the “infinite mint” function (Yuno), or that exist inadvertently, like the rebase bug in Yam Finance. They’re not decentralised if individual developers or small groups control large amounts of funds, the theft of which will destroy the project.
Adequate decentralisation from the outset may be impossible, but what matters is that unnecessary centralisation – in all its forms – is eliminated as soon as possible.
This is what Ergo is seeking to do: Building decentralised applications on decentralised blockchain infrastructure, with a strong and independent community of developers, smart contracts that are safe to run and easy to audit, and using custom joint signatures to protect community-owned funds.
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DeFi: Finance, but not always Decentralised?

As a recent blog post explored, DeFi – decentralised finance – can and will be used in whatever ways developers and the market see fit. This is the nature of open, decentralised systems. You can’t stop it, and there’s a very strong argument for saying we shouldn’t try. To restrict any element of DeFi, at least at the protocol level, is to introduce centralisation and single points of failure, thereby killing the core innovation by misguidedly trying to protect it.
But “decentralisation” is widely misunderstood. It is, first of all, not a binary matter: a project is not either “decentralised” or “centralised”. Decentralisation lies on a spectrum. One node in a blockchain “network” is centralised; Bitcoin, with many thousands of nodes in its network, is typically considered decentralised. At what point does the threshold between centralised and decentralised lie? 10, 100, 1,000 nodes?
Secondly, there are different types of decentralisation. A blockchain network might be decentralised, but its mining infrastructure may not be, especially if a few pools comprise 51% of hashrate. If there are very few exchanges, or active developers, these are also forms of centralisation and points of potential vulnerability.
DeFi’s recent failings of decentralisation
We have seen other forms of centralisation and failure in the DeFi space in recent weeks, suggesting that a significant proportion of DeFi cannot truly be considered Decentralised at all.
At least two recent DeFi projects (one a fork of the other, and clearly designed to appeal to yield farmers, with improbable gains promised), include an “infinite mint” function that poise the devs to carry out an exit scam, pulling the rug from under holders when it is most lucrative (if not timelocked). SushiSwap, a now-notorious clone of UniSwap, apparently suffered a similar exit scam when its founder Chef Nomi took $14 million from the dev fund – only to return it in what may have been genuine remorse, or possibly an act of theatre.
Many of the ‘new’ DeFi protocols are simply clones of existing dApps, making them akin to a Ponzi or HYIP scheme. It’s worse when the users, who pour millions of dollars into these smart contracts, don’t wait for an audit – as was the case with Yam Finance, which led to a bug that caused its token price to crash to zero.
The ruthless elimination of centralisation
DeFi is not DeFi when it contains any of the above single points of failure. “Decentralisation” is about far more than the blockchain. Using a blockchain and smart contracts is an entry-level requirement for DeFi: necessary but not sufficient.
No protocol can be considered decentralised if it includes back doors, whether built in deliberately like the “infinite mint” function (Yuno), or that exist inadvertently, like the rebase bug in Yam Finance. They’re not decentralised if individual developers or small groups control large amounts of funds, the theft of which will destroy the project.
Adequate decentralisation from the outset may be impossible, but what matters is that unnecessary centralisation – in all its forms – is eliminated as soon as possible.
This is what Ergo is seeking to do: Building decentralised applications on decentralised blockchain infrastructure, with a strong and independent community of developers, smart contracts that are safe to run and easy to audit, and using custom joint signatures to protect community-owned funds.
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How to earn cryptocurrencies with FinaDV

An innovative Direct Faucet. In this article we will explain how to earn cryptocurrencies with FinaDV.
First February article dedicated once again to a Faucet with direct payment. FinaDV has been present in the sector for several months and after a period of study to verify its reliability, we decided to write an article. Unlike many other faucet sites, in FinaDV no pop-ups will appear and no surprise advertising pages will open. The number of banners present is also below average as well as being unobtrusive. Here's how to earn cryptocurrencies with FinaDV.

How to earn cryptocurrencies with FinaDV
After logging in, you will be sent directly to the main Dashboard which will show the 6 cryptocurrencies on which the site rests on the left and the amount of your earnings on the right. There are also 2 convenient shortcut buttons: Claim and Withdrawal of which we will explain their functions as the article proceeds. At the bottom of the page you will find the Claim to be executed

The menus
The 2 menus always remain fixed on the page.
The top one is made up of the following items: Claim, which refers to the page of the same name where you can choose from one of the 6 cryptocurrencies before carrying out the Roll.
To proceed with the next claim you will have to wait 1 hour; Affiliate, which quickly explains how the referral system works, formed on this occasion by 2 levels. You will get 5% of the earnings of your subscribers and 3% of the earnings of their subscribers; Faucet List, shows a list of some Faucet sites; Dices List, concerns the best crypto-betting sites; Hyips List, are the sites that promise great earnings but with a very high investment risk; Contacs, where you can fill out the form for any complaints

The second menu is instead divided as follows: Account Dashboard, which takes you back to the main page; Withdraw Funds, where upon reaching a certain amount, you can transfer the funds to your personal wallet; Operation History, which lists the history of all operations performed.
2 drop-down menus will allow you to select the type of operation and cryptocurrency; Referral System, reports your referrals url to share and the total that the subscribers have earned you; High Low Game, the classic game in which to bet if the number that comes out will be higher or lower than 50; Account Settings, lists your registration data, the IP from which you logged in and also allows you to change your password.

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DeFi: Finance, but not always Decentralised?

As a recent blog post explored, DeFi – decentralised finance – can and will be used in whatever ways developers and the market see fit. This is the nature of open, decentralised systems. You can’t stop it, and there’s a very strong argument for saying we shouldn’t try. To restrict any element of DeFi, at least at the protocol level, is to introduce centralisation and single points of failure, thereby killing the core innovation by misguidedly trying to protect it.
But “decentralisation” is widely misunderstood. It is, first of all, not a binary matter: a project is not either “decentralised” or “centralised”. Decentralisation lies on a spectrum. One node in a blockchain “network” is centralised; Bitcoin, with many thousands of nodes in its network, is typically considered decentralised. At what point does the threshold between centralised and decentralised lie? 10, 100, 1,000 nodes?
Secondly, there are different types of decentralisation. A blockchain network might be decentralised, but its mining infrastructure may not be, especially if a few pools comprise 51% of hashrate. If there are very few exchanges, or active developers, these are also forms of centralisation and points of potential vulnerability.
DeFi’s recent failings of decentralisation
We have seen other forms of centralisation and failure in the DeFi space in recent weeks, suggesting that a significant proportion of DeFi cannot truly be considered Decentralised at all.
At least two recent DeFi projects (one a fork of the other, and clearly designed to appeal to yield farmers, with improbable gains promised), include an “infinite mint” function that poise the devs to carry out an exit scam, pulling the rug from under holders when it is most lucrative (if not timelocked). SushiSwap, a now-notorious clone of UniSwap, apparently suffered a similar exit scam when its founder Chef Nomi took $14 million from the dev fund – only to return it in what may have been genuine remorse, or possibly an act of theatre.
Many of the ‘new’ DeFi protocols are simply clones of existing dApps, making them akin to a Ponzi or HYIP scheme. It’s worse when the users, who pour millions of dollars into these smart contracts, don’t wait for an audit – as was the case with Yam Finance, which led to a bug that caused its token price to crash to zero.
The ruthless elimination of centralisation
DeFi is not DeFi when it contains any of the above single points of failure. “Decentralisation” is about far more than the blockchain. Using a blockchain and smart contracts is an entry-level requirement for DeFi: necessary but not sufficient.
No protocol can be considered decentralised if it includes back doors, whether built in deliberately like the “infinite mint” function (Yuno), or that exist inadvertently, like the rebase bug in Yam Finance. They’re not decentralised if individual developers or small groups control large amounts of funds, the theft of which will destroy the project.
Adequate decentralisation from the outset may be impossible, but what matters is that unnecessary centralisation – in all its forms – is eliminated as soon as possible.
This is what Ergo is seeking to do: Building decentralised applications on decentralised blockchain infrastructure, with a strong and independent community of developers, smart contracts that are safe to run and easy to audit, and using custom joint signatures to protect community-owned funds.
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DeFi: Finance, but not always Decentralised?

As a recent blog post explored, DeFi – decentralised finance – can and will be used in whatever ways developers and the market see fit. This is the nature of open, decentralised systems. You can’t stop it, and there’s a very strong argument for saying we shouldn’t try. To restrict any element of DeFi, at least at the protocol level, is to introduce centralisation and single points of failure, thereby killing the core innovation by misguidedly trying to protect it.
But “decentralisation” is widely misunderstood. It is, first of all, not a binary matter: a project is not either “decentralised” or “centralised”. Decentralisation lies on a spectrum. One node in a blockchain “network” is centralised; Bitcoin, with many thousands of nodes in its network, is typically considered decentralised. At what point does the threshold between centralised and decentralised lie? 10, 100, 1,000 nodes?
Secondly, there are different types of decentralisation. A blockchain network might be decentralised, but its mining infrastructure may not be, especially if a few pools comprise 51% of hashrate. If there are very few exchanges, or active developers, these are also forms of centralisation and points of potential vulnerability.
DeFi’s recent failings of decentralisation
We have seen other forms of centralisation and failure in the DeFi space in recent weeks, suggesting that a significant proportion of DeFi cannot truly be considered Decentralised at all.
At least two recent DeFi projects (one a fork of the other, and clearly designed to appeal to yield farmers, with improbable gains promised), include an “infinite mint” function that poise the devs to carry out an exit scam, pulling the rug from under holders when it is most lucrative (if not timelocked). SushiSwap, a now-notorious clone of UniSwap, apparently suffered a similar exit scam when its founder Chef Nomi took $14 million from the dev fund – only to return it in what may have been genuine remorse, or possibly an act of theatre.
Many of the ‘new’ DeFi protocols are simply clones of existing dApps, making them akin to a Ponzi or HYIP scheme. It’s worse when the users, who pour millions of dollars into these smart contracts, don’t wait for an audit – as was the case with Yam Finance, which led to a bug that caused its token price to crash to zero.
The ruthless elimination of centralisation
DeFi is not DeFi when it contains any of the above single points of failure. “Decentralisation” is about far more than the blockchain. Using a blockchain and smart contracts is an entry-level requirement for DeFi: necessary but not sufficient.
No protocol can be considered decentralised if it includes back doors, whether built in deliberately like the “infinite mint” function (Yuno), or that exist inadvertently, like the rebase bug in Yam Finance. They’re not decentralised if individual developers or small groups control large amounts of funds, the theft of which will destroy the project.
Adequate decentralisation from the outset may be impossible, but what matters is that unnecessary centralisation – in all its forms – is eliminated as soon as possible.
This is what Ergo is seeking to do: Building decentralised applications on decentralised blockchain infrastructure, with a strong and independent community of developers, smart contracts that are safe to run and easy to audit, and using custom joint signatures to protect community-owned funds.
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Use of token and contract in ICO

Use of token and contract in ICO
Initial Coin Offering is one of the initial levels of start for launching a cryptocurrency. It will be launched as a token or coin initially to the market, as per the supply and demand it will become so popular and labeled as cryptocurrency. How does this Initial Coin Offering Works? The main purpose of the initial coin offering is fundraising, the user will buy the token/coin and the owner of the website will receive the fund and use it in the project as per the road map of the project. There will be a promised profit for the investor in ICO as per the pre charted road map. The core of the initial coin offering project is token. These tokens will be based on Ethereum, Waves, Bitcoin, etc. Majority Tokens will be based on Ethereum and they will be called ERC20 tokens.
Smart contracts are automated address. They are auto-executing with particular instructions written on its code which get executed when specific conditions are made. When someone wants to get a particular task done in Ethereum they initiate a smart contract with one or more people.
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The ERC20 standard consists of 3 optional rules and 6 mandatory rules.
The mandatory rules are as follows:
  • TotalSupply
  • BalanceOf
  • Transfer
  • Transfer from
  • Approve
  • Allowance
On the other hand, the optional rules are:
  • Token Name
  • Symbol
  • Decimal (up to 18)
The main purpose of having an ERC20 smart contract inside the ICO website is, it will make the token transfer to users automatic without delay. You can find advanced ICO script with lending and stacking stuffed from KIR HYIP.
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