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usr7341 L4: totally agree
otokoam: yeah, definitely it is better to start buying in an ICO, when you can easily see how many coins there are and where they are
Navoue: Some people trade coins, some people trade std's, it's all the same
tablepiece: Navoue, i give them for free
ctellyc L0: well sell back
sarfu786 L1: wow??? where it will stop?
ctellyc L0: cant investment full plan
usr7341 L4: anyway, nice to see btc moving into the direction of the 2nd SD. the volume is ofc not the best but slightly increased
marinin393: usr7341, what uuup thuuuug?
ctellyc L0: 94
usr7341 L4: marinin393, busy currently
ETheHedgehog L1: Pony IB not active, does it take much to refill?
ctellyc L0: no fill
tablepiece: ETheHedgehog, believe 12 days last time not sure, check volume should tell you the story
bahasaket: ETheHedgehog, 1 week last time
tablepiece: bahasaket, thats like one crypto month
bahasaket: tablepiece, yup , i don't know why taking that much time it just takes 2 minute to refill ib
tablepiece: bahasaket, doesnt make much sense, almost looks like they wait till enough is dumped in the wall. its better to keep it open so yobit takes more fees. or they want to collect more fees making it last longer.
IAMSORRY: Pandemic( less staffs working, excessive workloads, etc)
usr7341 L4: tablepiece, lol. srsly? the vol in pony is like non-existing. what do you think how much fees yobit is collecting here? they are maybe focused on other staff, then the ib refill.
tablepiece: IAMSORRY, i thought they only had one midget in a basement working
IAMSORRY: tablepiece, combination of both in smooth professional approach
alexbidel: usr7341, oh no no no, i need pony ib
2freshmedia: But more INVEST
2freshmedia: I’m turning into a spammer haha
tablepiece: usr7341, maybe lol 1300% or so
usr7341 L4: i dont know how you would run an exchange, but i can imagine, having an exchange today is like having a fortress along the silk road back in medieval times. i
2freshmedia: usr7341, I’d love to own an exchange
IAMSORRY: It requires only $ 1.5 mm to start and run
usr7341 L4: i did set up a simply fukking blog on my own hoster and i was attacked by bots every fukkinig day, so i had to reset the passwords every day. you could slow them down and so on. still, it was pointless. and why? just because they liked to grab my e-mail service (which is automatically included if you run a blog on a hoster) to spam mails around.
usr7341 L4: 2freshmedia, me too. its the modern gold mine. but its not for free, you need to pay a lot of attention for security
usr7341 L4: and btw, warden will for sure not come around every day here to explain which attacks he was able to block since you dont like to tell the attackers what you do to avoid them, right?
usr7341 L4: so, while we dont see them acting here, it doesnt mean, at least in my imagination, they are jobless
2freshmedia: usr7341, you always need big money to make real money
2freshmedia: If I could create a team and pay the way until it all comes together I’d love to
usr7341 L4: thats also one of the problems these days, ppl assume everything regarded to internet as an always being on demand available resource. like, the service provider would have an obligation to provide it, while at the same time paying (almost) ZERO fees for the service and forgetting about all the work that need to be done in the background
usr7341 L4: in my company there are around 1000 it guys doing every kind of job just to let our system running... just saying
bahasaket: theta on cmc 3000 here 10000 !!
usr7341 L4: i have the feeling, yobit earns maybe less than 5% of totally daily fees on us, traders here. rest is done via exchanging in major pairs...
usr7341 L4: so, if you earn like 5% in a company on a customer, but have like 50% work, what kind of customers do you chose?
jimmee L2: usr7341, ones that don't create issues
usr7341 L4: everybody here is so always busy to look from his own pov. where are my profits, why is that not fair, who is dumping what and so on and forget totally the other side behind the monitor...
IAMSORRY: jimmee, +1
otokoam: usr7341, totally agree... I sometimes think of how many attacks must be attempted at exchanges everyday and it is a fearful thing to think about
usr7341 L4: but yeah, its just my personal idea, how you could look at some stuff here from a person who is working with a lot of systems around trading in the financial industry
bahasaket: btc up , yobit : zzzz²²
Navoue: Yobit is probably safe from attacks. It was probably yobit that hacked the election. Damn russians