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Crypto Currency / BlockChain Startups

Discussion in 'Starting Your Business' started by idrownfish, Sep 12, 2017.

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  1. idrownfish

    idrownfish Member

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    Hello Everyone

    I am not too sure if this is the correct place to ask but besides me being a Crypto Currency investor, I have done some research on Crypto Currencies and blockchain technologies and I think it is an amazing revolutionary with so much potential !

    I would like to upskill and train in these kind of technologies and I was wondering if anyone have some links to materials or labs or even a certification program where an IT professional like me could learn?

    I would ultimately like to become an implementer of Blockchain / Crypto Currencies into organisations etc once I have made something great !

    For an example Microsoft has a range of awesome products however Microsoft don't go out there and implement these into organisations, rather there are organisations who specialises in the Microsoft technologies whom implement these technologies into corporations, I want to be one of those implementers.

    Does anyone have any useful tips/guidances?

    Cheers,

    DD
     
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  2. idrownfish

    idrownfish Member

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    bump :)

    does anyone have any input???
     
  3. djbaxter

    djbaxter Administrator Moderator Member

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    Sorry. I have zero interest in bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies and zero reason to research them.
     
  4. NAVIN

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    I haven't invested in cryptocurrency but I always keep my eye on the currencies. I was thinking to invest in Electroneum and currently in Platinum, but I am a student and I dont have any cryptocurrency but an empty wallet..... (BTW, have you invested in pltcoin, if yes then please contact me.... )

    Thanks!!
     
  5. OneGoodMan

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    So, i have been digging mostly on material, learning about it, I even looked into launch my own cryptocurrency. The way I see it today, most companies views on crypto currencies are not sustainable enough. Enterprises more interested in the block chain technology. You can find a lot of books about it even seminars, I just don't believe they are at the point where there is credible institute to provide certificates in it. I would recommend do research and publish papers , it will gain you the amount on credibility.
     
  6. Charu

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    Hi idrownfish,

    The only idea I have about this is that it deals with the digitized cryptocurrency transactions and now being used by many business organisations to maintain transparency of overall transactions.
     
  7. djbaxter

    djbaxter Administrator Moderator Member

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    Buffett bashes bitcoin as thriving on mystique | CBC News

     
  8. thefastlanehere

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    Don't listen to those who tell you "just hodllll!!!", because it is better to get rich slow than to get broke fast. You should fix a certain % of profit, and as soon as you hit, just pull it off, put it in USDT if you are comfortable or just keep it in FIAT and wait for the next trade. That's how you have better chances of winning in the world of cryptocurrencies trading :)
     
  9. djbaxter

    djbaxter Administrator Moderator Member

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    Anyway you play it, it's still really just another form of gambling in my opinion.
     
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  10. Brad Young

    Brad Young Member

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    In my eyes, its gambling in the same way that playing the stock market is. Difference being, stock prices are based on some form of perceived market value - cryptocurrency value is based on popularity and potential popularity.
     
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  11. thefastlanehere

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    For most people, it is gambling, because they don't bother to read the fundamental and technical aspects of trading. Sure, it is far more unpredictable than other ways of making money, but if you set a fixed % of profit, take care of making technical analysis and taking the fundamentals into account (the team, purpose, upcoming updates, etc.), then you will have higher chances of succeeding in the Wild World of Cryptocurrencies)
     

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