Bitclub Network besitzt einen der größten Bitcoin Mining Pools der Welt

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Bitclub Network besitzt einen der größten Bitcoin Mining Pools der Welt und produziert / unterstützt neben Bitcoin auch Ethereum, Ethereum Classic, Monero und ZCash. Zudem besitzt dieser auch seine eigene Kryptowährung: ClubCoin.
Der Bitclub hat das Ziel ein Globalplayer der Kryptowährungen zu
werden, so wie Google es für das Internet heute ist. Und DU kannst ein
Teil davon werden!

Mining Pools sind Geld-Druck-Maschinen!

  • Einmaliger Mitglieds-Beitrag: $99
  •     Bitcoin Mining Pool Anteile ab $500
  •     GPU Mining Pool Anteile ab $1000
  •     Täglicher Bitcoin/GPU Ertrag 0,15% – 0,4%
  •     Anmeldung ist vollkommen kostenlos!

Vor 30 Jahren, kannten nur sehr wenige die Technologie Internet, heute ist ein Leben ohne kaum vorstellbar.Vor 25 Jahren hatte jeder Autofahrer dicke und große Landkarten im Auto, um die Route zu verfolgen. Heute nutzen wir Navigationssysteme.

1973 wurde das erste Handy auf dem Markt vorgestellt, heute nutzen wir Smartphones.

Vor 30 Jahren schrieben wir Briefe um Nachrichten zu schicken. Dies dauerte oftmals mehrere Tage. Heute senden wir E-Mails und nutzen Chatprogramme inkl. Videochats.

Viele Menschen weltweit haben keinen Zugang zu einer
Bankkonto. Nun haben Sie die Chance, Ihre eigene Bank zu sein. Wir
können alle unsere eigene Bank sein!

Früher zahlten wir mit Gold und Silber, aktuell mit Papier und
Plastik. Was wird wohl in den nächsten 30 Jahren mit Bitcoin und anderen
Kryptowährungen passieren? Erkennst du die Chance?

Für die meisten Menschen ist das Mining von Bitcoin und co
etwas mysteriöses, weil es gerne auch als eine digitale
Geld-Druckmaschine bezeichnet wird. Die speziell dafür entwickelte
High-End-Computerhardware, so genannte „Miner“, steckt man vereinfacht
ausgedrückt einfach in die Steckdose und verbindet sie per Datenkabel
mit dem Mining-Netzwerk.Da Bitcoin eine dezentrale Währung ist, gibt es keine Banken oder
Zentralbanken, die Transaktionen verifizieren. Dies erledigen unsere
Hochleistungscomputer, indem Sie Transaktionen zu Blöcken bündeln (daher
auch der Name Blockchain (BLOCK-Kette)) und diese dann in die
Bitcoin-Datenbank eintragen und mit allen Rechnern weltweit, die am
Netzwerk angeschlossen sind, synchronisieren.
Da diese Arbeit sehr viel Strom und Energie kostet, werden alle
Miner, die am Netzwerk angeschlossen sind mit neuen Bitcoins belohnt,
die durch das Netzwerk automatisch ausgeschüttet werden. Jedoch kann
diese Anzahl der neuen Bitcoins nicht verändert werden, da diese fest
vorgeschrieben sind.

BitClub Network produziert nicht nur Bitcoins

Eine weitere Besonderheit des BitClub ist, dass neben dem Mining von
Bitcoin auch alternative Kryptowährungen generiert / unterstützt werden:

ETHER (ETH) – ZCASH (ZEC) – MONERO (XMR) – ETHEREUM CLASSIC (ETC)
Alle Kryptowährungen können jederzeit in die gewünschte Landeswährung
umgetauscht oder mittels Prepaid Kreditkarte, als Zahlungsmittel
genutzt werden.

Salopp formuliert wird durch den Einsatz von
Hochleistungs-Computer-Hardware, digitales Geld produziert, das weltweit
als Zahlungsmittel genutzt werden kann. Der BitClub gehört zu den
profitabelsten Bitcoin Mining Pools überhaupt und ermöglicht es, schon
ab lediglich 599 US-Dollar (inklusive einmaligem Mitglieds-Beitrag), an
den Mining Erträgen aller Mitglieder zu partizipieren.
Das ist weltweit nahezu einzigartig, denn bei den meisten anderen
Mining-Pools musst du deine Hochleistungsrechner zu Hause laufen lassen
und dich dem jeweiligen Mining-Pool anschließen.

Bitcoins zu Hause minen … sehr unprofitabel

Der Eine oder Andere wird sich, an dieser Stelle, vielleicht fragen,
ob es nicht wirklich Sinn macht, Bitcoin-Mining-Hardware zu kaufen, zu
Hause anzuschließen und eigenständig Bitcoins zu schürfen. Anders herum
gefragt: Warum sollte man sich eigentlich einem Mining Pool anschließen?
Wenn man, als Einzelner, Bitcoin Mining betreibt, so muss man wissen,
dass die Hardware Tag und Nacht, durchgehend, laufen muss, um überhaupt
eine Chance zu haben, einen Block zu treffen und Bitcoins zu erhalten.
Die hohe Rechenleistung der Hardware, sowie die erforderliche Kühlung,
verursachen hohe Stromkosten. Die Wirtschaftlichkeit, sprich die
Aufrechnung von Kosten und Nutzen, ist in der Regel ungenügend.
Hinzu kommen die, nicht unerheblichen, Anschaffungskosten für die
Mining-Hardware selbst. Darüber hinaus ist man völlig auf sich alleine
gestellt, das heißt man versucht eigenständig einen 6-er im Lotto zu
treffen, statt sich einer effektiveren Tipp-Gemeinschaft anzuschließen.
Hält man sich diesen sinnbildlichen Vergleich weiter vor Augen, so
kommt man schnell zu dem Resultat, dass es weit sinnvoller und
effektiver ist, sich mit tausenden Minern zusammenzuschließen
(Pool-Bildung), somit die Chancen erheblich zu erhöhen und immer am
Ertrag beteiligt zu sein. Das ist vergleichbar mit dem Musketier-Motto:
„Einer für Alle, Alle für Einen“.

BitClub Network gehört schon seit 2014 zu den offiziell
größten Bitcoin-Mining-Pools weltweit und verfügt über rießige Mining
Pool Anlagen (auch Mining Farm genannt), vor allem in Island.

Durch die rapiden ansteigenden Mitgliederzahlen, konnte der BitClub
die Rechenleistung des Bitcoin Mining Pools innerhalb 1,5 Jahre, von 11PH (Peta-Hash) auf 300 PH
ausbauen (Stand August 2017). Durch das stetige Wachstum des BitClubs,
wird die Mining Farm kontinuierlich mit der neuesten Hardware
aufgerüstet. Aktuelle Hashrate des Bitcoin-Mining-Pools 
Von unabhängigen Seiten bestätigt gehört der BitClub zu den größten Mining-Pools der Welt. Siehe hier. Diese Statistiken lassen sich nicht fälschen, da die Statistik darauf beruht, wie viel Blöcke pro Tag gefunden wurden. Um Blöcke zu finden bedarf es diese massive Computerpower!

BitClub Network erzeugt im Durchschnitt zwischen 1% und 5% der täglich, weltweit, geminten Blöcke. Das bedeutet das pro gefundenem Block aktuell 12,5 BTC vom Netzwerk an Bitclub Network gesendet werden. Wallet-Adresse BitClub Network

 

BitClub Network (auch kurz BCN genannt) gehört wie schon erwähnt zu den weltweit größten Bitcoin Mining Pool Anlagen.
Wie es der Name schon sagt, handelt es sich bei BCN um einen CLUB, also
quasi einen Verein. Der große Vorteil eines solchen Clubs ist, dass
alle Gewinne und Erträge, die aus der gemeinschaftlichen „Tätigkeit“ und
dem Mining entstehen, auf alle Mitglieder, zu gleichen Anteilen,
aufgeteilt werden.
Während in vielen Unternehmen große Summen für Managergehälter
gezahlt werden, und Arbeiter „klein“ gehalten werden, profitiert jedes
Bitclub Network Mitglied gleichermaßen und ist gleichzeitig aktiv am
stetigen Wachstum des Clubs, sowie der Bitcoin Mining Pool Anlagen
beteiligt.
Bitclub Network verfügt obendrein über eine eigene Kryptowährung, den
so genannten ClubCoin, der bereits seit Anfang 2016 an „Krypto-Börsen“
gehandelt wird und eine enorme Wertsteigerung verzeichnet.
Alle bestehenden Mitglieder von BCN sind durch den Erwerb von Mining
Pools, automatisch auch am Unternehmen COINPAY beteiligt, welches in
Kürze als neue und innovative Bezahl-Plattform, für die Kryptowährungen
Bitcoin und ClubCoin, den Markt erobern wird.Die Vorteile des BCN können nur aktive Mitglieder nutzen. Eine aktive
Mitgliedschaft kostet einmalig 99 US-Dollar. Diese, relaltiv geringe,
Mitglieds-Gebühr dient, in erster Linie, dazu, das Technik-Personal für
die Wartung (Betreuung) und stetige Aufrüstung der Bitcoin-Mining-Farm
zu bezahlen.
Gleichzeitig müssen auch Supporter und Programmierer, welche u. a.
das persönliche Backoffice aller Mitglieder, sowie die Online-Plattform
selbst, verwalten und aktuell halten, entlohnt werden. Im persönlichen
Backoffice hat man, übrigens, jederzeit den Überblick über die Erträge
seiner eigenen Bitcoin Mining Pool Anteile sowie über Provisionen und
weitere, umfangreiche, interne Informationen was BCN betrifft.

 

Wie hoch ist die Rendite?
Diese Frage ist sehr schwer zu beantworten, da sehr viele Faktoren eine
Rolle spielen. Keiner kann vorhersagen, wie viel Blöcke pro Tag gefunden
werden. Somit schwankt die tägliche Ausschüttung an Bitcoins natürlich
auch, da der BitClub nur das an die Mitglieder heraus gibt, das
tatsächlich generiert wurde. Darum wird niemals eine bestimmte Rendite
versprochen.Nur Bitcoins kaufen auch eine Möglichkeit?
Man kann Bitcoins auch einfach nur kaufen und liegen lassen und warten
das der Wert steigt. In dieser Zeit vermehren sich die Bitcoins auf dem
Wallet aber nicht.
Beispiel:
Nehmen wir mal an Sie kaufen aktuell 1 BTC (4000$) und kaufen für 3500$
(0,84 BTC) Mining Pool Anteile. Dann haben Sie womöglich nach 1000 Tagen
3 BTC oder mehr. Somit hätten Sie passiv ohne Arbeit 12.000$ verdient.
Experten sehen den Bitcoin aber bei 10.000$ und höher …
KEINE GARANTIE!

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Ein früherer Goldman-Sachs-Manager sagt:
Jetzt auf Bitcoin zu wetten ist wie in den 90ern auf das Internet setzen

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Mining ist DIE Möglichkeit des 21.Jahrhunderts,
um
an einem dezentralen Kapitalsystem zu partizipieren, welches in den
letzten 12 Monaten eine atemberaubende Performance hingelegt hat.
Wie auch Du davon profitieren kannst, erfährst du hier
https://markethive.com/magistral/page/bitclubnetwork

 

The Coin Club? (No Thanks)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trade Coin Club?
(Not with a 10 foot pole!)

There are several digital currency 'deals' going around right now. Some of them are being touted more successfully than others and some might be more legitimate than others.

But some are clearly very suspicious looking if you look at them closely at all. One such deal is Trade Club Coin (TCC).

But don’t believe me. I’m not the only person who thinks so. Just take a look at the

this article recently appearing in in BehindMLM.com which calls TCC an “exchange club ponzi”.

Every cautionary admonition in that article makes total sense to me. Every post-game bad report that I wrote about MLM scams, crypto and otherwise, while I used to write for an MLM online magazine mentioned all the signs of a scam that I see in my research about TCC.

Frankly, I think anybody who would get into a program with no verifiable product to sell other a membership intangible… deserves to get screwed.

Anybody who would get into a program which clearly pays on recruiting only (because it has no real product)… deserves to get screwed.

Anybody who would get into a brand new MLM program that purports to have the kind of ultra-expensive computers and software that mega-banks use to trade currency, yet doesn't even list on their website who their owners are or where their headquarters is… deserves to get screwed.

Anybody who thinks that a company which could do what they claim to be able to do would need to 'go MLM'… deserves to get screwed.

The BehindMLM article also concludes:

"On their own, Trade Club Coin's recruitment commissions make the company a pyramid scheme. Combined with the daily ROI and you're looking at a Ponzi pyramid hybrid."

And….

"Once recruitment dies down and the daily ROI collapses, best of luck getting your bitcoin back from the anonymous Trade Club Coin scammers who stole it."

And by the way, that last comment should remind you of OneCoin. You know about their problems, right?

And don’t forget about TelexFREE and uFunClub. Look them up on Google.

They bear a striking resemblance to TCC with the only difference being that the former sold a crappy VoIP long-distance telephone call product that never really worked.

But both of those deals made many millions of dollars until they got shut down and the owners and/or key players were thrown in jail.

And don’t forget another thing: If you’re buying into a ‘deal’ with an untraceable bitcoin, what kind of recourse do you have if something goes ‘south’?

I’ll tell you… You’ve got NONE.

You’ve got no paperwork to refer to, no regulators to appeal to, no company owners to appeal to or pursue, no nothing except maybe…”I never said that!”

Actually, before I remembered that I had seen the article about TCC in BehindMLM, I already had reservations about it based my perusal of their website.

And you know the thought I immediately had?

Their product and commission description reminded me of the Universal Life or cash-value insurance policies I used to analyze for customers back when I was an agent with A.L.Williams.

Those policies were never what people thought they had. That’s always happened. Those kinds of insurance programs were, until cryptocurrency MLM scams came along, the most dishonest product ever sold the the general public.

But I digress….

When I looked at the TCC website, all I saw was Fees, fees, and more fees. And complexity, complexity, and more complexity.

Didn’t somebody write a book a few years ago called “Hooked”…. something about creating pleasant, beneficial, positive customer experiences?

Looking at the TCC website, I can’t imagine why any rational adult would seriously consider purchasing any product with so little information to back it and and with what information there was being almost totally useless.  

As I said, I used to sell mutual funds, and term life insurance, and their fees and commissions weren’t even that complicated.

But when you see those kinds of fees and/or commission plan in an MLM, you know what it means, right?

Yeah…it means you better bend over and get ready for a “Royal Reaming”.

The article also brought up another very critical point which I had failed to notice when I first read the site:

Who owns TTC and where is their company? Are they domiciled in Outer Mongolia? Kazakhstan? Estonia? Arkansas? In a Trailways station in Memphis, TN?

It does make a difference, you know. Yet people are actually recruiting people into a company which claims to be leading edge yet can’t or doesn’t want to provide the most basic but essential consumer information….i.e. who are the owners, how do you contact the company, and where is their headquarters?

I’ve said it before but I think it bears repeating: Cryptocurrency has become the Dr. Frankenstein’s Laboratory of MLM scams. Anybody who looks at all the dumb-ass deals being advertised on Facebook or covered in BehindMLM already knows that.

Really sounds like a reputable company, doesn’t it?

Assuming that this characterization of TCC is true (and I strongly suspect it is) I would hate to think that Markethive’s reputation could be corrupted by being associated with such a disreputable program.

Nor do I think it would be advantageous to endanger the success of Infinity Economics by being associated with TCC. Unless they’re both scams of course.

But I know one thing: currency is simply a commodity…. just like pork bellies, wheat, corn, crude oil, copper, cocoa, etc., and only an idiot would buy a commodity at anything other than the very cheapest price.

The problem with all these MLM companies who are flocking into the cryptocurrency niche like pirana fish on a Thanksgiving turkey is that they drive down the value of their commodity by adding fees (and commissions) to their commodity.

Even if it is a real cryptocoin with a real blockchain. I just do not believe the MLM model is compatible with a cryptocurrency. You cannot have a competitive product (i.e. the coin) and competitive MLM commissions. The two qualities don’t go together.

If you're thinking about getting into one of these MLM cryptocurrency deals just because cryptocurrency and blockchain is something new, and because you heard about it from "a friend" or somebody you respect and because 'the product' looks and sounds like it has some degree of credibility from supposedly credible media and other sources…those are not the right reasons to get into any opportunity.

In my opinion, you need You've still got to do your own due diligence, look past the hype, turn down the emotion, and put your rational 'cap' on.

I well remember the times when I lost money trying to make money. In all cases, it was because I either (a) I thought somebody was smarter than it turned out they actually were or (b) I trusted somebody I shouldn't have trusted in the first place.

Crypto is like honey to a bee for opportunists because they hear about something "new" and they think, "Wow..now this is something people will pay attention to me about. I can make a lot of money with this!"

And they get even more energized if they think their dreams are more important than somebody else's.

Most of the people pitching cryptocoin MLM scams are just opportunists who don't know any more about crypto and blockchain than somebody who watches YouTube videos for a few hours but I think it's naive to think you can ever get a good deal on a commodity that's peppered with fees, commissions, and hidden ‘gotchas’ associated with an MLM model.

You would never buy any other commodity with the mindset that most people use to select an MLM opportunity….yet people make dumb decisions like that all the time.

Of course, an opportunity is sometimes hard for a prospect to resist because the prospect doesn't have anything to compare it to or any standard by which to evaluate it. All they know is that it's new and it's their friend or somebody they respect telling them about it.

But…seriously. Would you buy a mutual fund that way from a company that you knew as little about as you know about TTC?

And what's morbidly funny about these situations is that these scammers are very often the same people who complain about how MLM only sells "Hopes and Dreams". And then they turn around and do that very thing.

I guess what apparently makes it "OK" is that they're at the top.

The new crop of crypto-scammers are like Jim Jones. Remember him… that scammer preacher who killed all those people in Guyana by getting them to drink poison Kool-Aid?

That's where the phrase, "drank the Kool-Aid" comes from. These kind of people are experts at motivation, telling people what they want to hear, posturing, intimidation, bluffing, and sometimes even a bit of bullying…. but no questions are ever allowed during their sermons.

People like this think nothing of raping their friends Suddenly they 'see the Light'. They have a new Mission:

"It's going to change the world!!" "We give 5% of every dollar of profit to the "Save The Lab Rats Fund", "We scrape one piece of bubble-gum off the sidewalk of Times Square for every $10 in profit we make", "We'll plant a rose bush on Mt. Everest"…etc., etc., yada, yada….

And then when the deal craters….or doesn't turn out exactly the way they told everybody it would… suddenly they're silent, it's not their fault, or…"we never said that!"

I can understand somebody making an honest mistake. We all make mistakes. We're all sinners. But what I find repulsive and disappointing is when these same people won't admit they made a mistake or they even deny they made a mistake. (Ex: Dead Parrot)

Now…back to TCC….

For one thing, look at this article from BehindMLM.com which calls it a "cryptocurrency exchange ponzi".For me….I say, 'no thanks'. Sure, I'd like to make some big money. But I don’t think TCC is a legitimate program. It doesn’t have any of the characteristics of one.

I just browsed the TCC website and I defy anybody to tell me that they really understand how that compensation plan works. But one thing is pretty obvious. It's complicated while really not saying very much of any substance.  

As I see it, a person will be able to make money in TCC only if one or both of two things happen:

(a) the cryptocoin market continues to go up… and go up a LOT and/ or (b) they recruit a lot of people.

To elaborate further, your cryptocoin will have to go up a lot in order to compensate for all the commissions and fees built into the product.

In MLM that's sometimes called 'slippage'. Would you buy anything else that's loaded down with complexities like that?

Also, are you a good recruiter? Were you ever a good recruiter? Do you really want to get back into that game?

If you were never really good at it, isn't it rather naive to think you are suddenly going to be good at it now just because "…this one is different!"

People haven't changed. You haven't changed. Cryptocurrencies, in my humble opinion, is not going to be any easier a 'deal' than anything else ever was for you.

As an MLM opportunity…it's just a fad. The same people will make money in it that make money in all the other deals. And the same people will lose.

Also…remember what I said about 'money' up above.

Cryptocurrency is a commodity. That's it. And only an idiot pays more for a commodity than they have too buy buying with all the extra charge TCC throws into the mix.

Yet I marvel at how MLM detractors can be so holier-than-thou to criticize traditional MLM companies for having over-priced products and yet be willing to get their friends into what essentially (in it's MLM iteration) is just the unregulated MLM version of Universal Life insurance (or at least the investment side of the product).

And what trying to objectively evaluate the strength of TCC with questions such as, "OK…who's in back of this deal? What's their MLM background and track record? Do they have a real history of helping average people make money in their last deal?”

Or did they get run out of the last program they were in… or did they leave on short notice because they knew they were going to get fired anyway?

If you were going to hire somebody to work for you in a traditional company, wouldn't you check their past employer and references?

I think that would be a smart thing to do the next time (or maybe this time) somebody pitches you about a 'new deal'.

The bottom line on Trade Coin Club is that it boils down to being careful and using some common sense. Think with your head rather than your wallet.

Read the fine print. Ask the tough questions. Take a careful look and consider if you can handle the worst case scenario. Hoping that 'this one is different' won't make it different.

If it sounds too good to be true it probably is. Don't get into dark waters (something you don't know anything about). Don't trust anybody who you know has lead other people down the 'garden path' in previous deals. If they lied once, they’ll probably lie again.

Don't be afraid to work a legitimate MLM if you find one you like. Find a good product that delivers real value to the end-user. And stick with it.

As for TCC, I think it’s a scam. Yes, some people who will make some money…. but most won't and there will be a lot of friendships ruined because of it.

 

 

Art WilliamsS
Freelance Copywriter
Contact email

 

 

 

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Trade Coin Club? (No Thanks)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trade Coin Club?
(Not with a 10 foot pole!)

There are several digital currency 'deals' going around right now. Some of them are being touted more successfully than others and some might be more legitimate than others.

But some are clearly very suspicious looking if you look at them closely at all. One such deal is Trade Club Coin (TCC).

But don’t believe me. I’m not the only person who thinks so. Just take a look at the

this article recently appearing in in BehindMLM.com which calls TCC an “exchange club ponzi”.

Every cautionary admonition in that article makes total sense to me. Every post-game bad report that I wrote about MLM scams, crypto and otherwise, while I used to write for an MLM online magazine mentioned all the signs of a scam that I see in my research about TCC.

Frankly, I think anybody who would get into a program with no verifiable product to sell other a membership intangible… deserves to get screwed.

Anybody who would get into a program which clearly pays on recruiting only (because it has no real product)… deserves to get screwed.

Anybody who would get into a brand new MLM program that purports to have the kind of ultra-expensive computers and software that mega-banks use to trade currency, yet doesn't even list on their website who their owners are or where their headquarters is… deserves to get screwed.

Anybody who thinks that a company which could do what they claim to be able to do would need to 'go MLM'… deserves to get screwed.

The BehindMLM article also concludes:

"On their own, Trade Club Coin's recruitment commissions make the company a pyramid scheme. Combined with the daily ROI and you're looking at a Ponzi pyramid hybrid."

And….

"Once recruitment dies down and the daily ROI collapses, best of luck getting your bitcoin back from the anonymous Trade Club Coin scammers who stole it."

And by the way, that last comment should remind you of OneCoin. You know about their problems, right?

And don’t forget about TelexFREE and uFunClub. Look them up on Google.

They bear a striking resemblance to TCC with the only difference being that the former sold a crappy VoIP long-distance telephone call product that never really worked.

But both of those deals made many millions of dollars until they got shut down and the owners and/or key players were thrown in jail.

And don’t forget another thing: If you’re buying into a ‘deal’ with an untraceable bitcoin, what kind of recourse do you have if something goes ‘south’?

I’ll tell you… You’ve got NONE.

You’ve got no paperwork to refer to, no regulators to appeal to, no company owners to appeal to or pursue, no nothing except maybe…”I never said that!”

Actually, before I remembered that I had seen the article about TCC in BehindMLM, I already had reservations about it based my perusal of their website.

And you know the thought I immediately had?

Their product and commission description reminded me of the Universal Life or cash-value insurance policies I used to analyze for customers back when I was an agent with A.L.Williams.

Those policies were never what people thought they had. That’s always happened. Those kinds of insurance programs were, until cryptocurrency MLM scams came along, the most dishonest product ever sold the general public.

But I digress….

When I looked at the TCC website, all I saw was Fees, fees, and more fees. And complexity, complexity, and more complexity.

Didn’t somebody write a book a few years ago called “Hooked”…. something about creating pleasant, beneficial, positive customer experiences?

Looking at the TCC website, I can’t imagine why any rational adult would seriously consider purchasing any product with so little information to back it up. And what information that was there was almost totally useless.  

As I said, I used to sell mutual funds, and term life insurance, and their fees and commissions weren’t even that complicated.

But when you see those kinds of fees and/or commission plan in an MLM, you know what it means, right?

Yeah…it means you better bend over and get ready for a “Royal Reaming”.

The article also brought up another very critical point which I had failed to notice when I first read the site:

Who owns TCC and where is their company? Are they domiciled in Outer Mongolia? Kazakhstan? Estonia? Arkansas? In a Trailways station in Memphis, TN?

It does make a difference, you know. Yet people are actually recruiting people into a company which claims to be leading edge yet can’t or doesn’t want to provide the most basic but essential consumer information….i.e. who are the owners, how do you contact the company, and where is their headquarters?

I’ve said it before but I think it bears repeating: Cryptocurrency has become the Dr. Frankenstein’s Laboratory of MLM scams. Anybody who looks at all the dumb-ass deals being advertised on Facebook or covered in BehindMLM already knows that.

Really sounds like a reputable company, doesn’t it?

Assuming that this characterization of TCC is true (and I strongly suspect it is) I would hate to think that Markethive’s reputation could be corrupted by being associated with such a disreputable program.

Nor do I think it would be advantageous to endanger the success of Infinity Economics by being associated with TCC. Unless they’re both scams of course.

But I know one thing: currency is simply a commodity…. just like pork bellies, wheat, corn, crude oil, copper, cocoa, etc., and only an idiot would buy a commodity at anything other than the very cheapest price.

The problem with all these MLM companies who are flocking into the cryptocurrency niche like pirana fish on a Thanksgiving turkey is that they drive down the value of their commodity by adding fees (and commissions) to their commodity.

Even if it is a real cryptocoin with a real blockchain. I just do not believe the MLM model is compatible with a cryptocurrency. You cannot have a competitive product (i.e. the coin) and competitive MLM commissions. The two qualities don’t go together.

If you're thinking about getting into one of these MLM cryptocurrency deals just because cryptocurrency and blockchain is something new, and because you heard about it from "a friend" or somebody you respect and because 'the product' looks and sounds like it has some degree of credibility from supposedly credible media and other sources…those are not the right reasons to get into any opportunity.

In my opinion, you need You've still got to do your own due diligence, look past the hype, turn down the emotion, and put your rational 'cap' on.

I well remember the times when I lost money trying to make money. In all cases, it was because I either (a) I thought somebody was smarter than it turned out they actually were or (b) I trusted somebody I shouldn't have trusted in the first place.

Crypto is like honey to a bee for opportunists because they hear about something "new" and they think, "Wow..now this is something people will pay attention to me about. I can make a lot of money with this!"

And they get even more energized if they think their dreams are more important than somebody else's.

Most of the people pitching cryptocoin MLM scams are just opportunists who don't know any more about crypto and blockchain than somebody who watches YouTube videos for a few hours but I think it's naive to think you can ever get a good deal on a commodity that's peppered with fees, commissions, and hidden ‘gotchas’ associated with an MLM model.

You would never buy any other commodity with the mindset that most people use to select an MLM opportunity….yet people make dumb decisions like that all the time.

Of course, an opportunity is sometimes hard for a prospect to resist because the prospect doesn't have anything to compare it to or any standard by which to evaluate it. All they know is that it's new and it's their friend or somebody they respect telling them about it.

But…seriously. Would you buy a mutual fund that way from a company that you knew as little about as you know about TCC?

And what's morbidly funny about these situations is that these scammers are very often the same people who complain about how MLM only sells "Hopes and Dreams". And then they turn around and do that very thing.

I guess what apparently makes it "OK" is that they're at the top.

The new crop of crypto-scammers are like Jim Jones. Remember him… that scammer preacher who killed all those people in Guyana by getting them to drink poison Kool-Aid?

That's where the phrase, "drank the Kool-Aid" comes from. These kind of people are experts at motivation, telling people what they want to hear, posturing, intimidation, bluffing, and sometimes even a bit of bullying…. but no questions are ever allowed during their sermons.

People like this think nothing of raping their friends Suddenly they 'see the Light'. They have a new Mission:

"It's going to change the world!!" "We give 5% of every dollar of profit to the "Save The Lab Rats Fund", "We scrape one piece of bubble-gum off the sidewalk of Times Square for every $10 in profit we make", "We'll plant a rose bush on Mt. Everest"…etc., etc., yada, yada….

And then when the deal craters….or doesn't turn out exactly the way they told everybody it would… suddenly they're silent, it's not their fault, or…"we never said that!"

I can understand somebody making an honest mistake. We all make mistakes. We're all sinners. But what I find repulsive and disappointing is when these same people won't admit they made a mistake or they even deny they made a mistake. (Ex: Dead Parrot)

Now…back to TCC….

For one thing, look at this article from BehindMLM.com which calls it a "cryptocurrency exchange ponzi".For me….I say, 'no thanks'. Sure, I'd like to make some big money. But I don’t think TCC is a legitimate program. It doesn’t have any of the characteristics of one.

I just browsed the TCC website and I defy anybody to tell me that they really understand how that compensation plan works. But one thing is pretty obvious. It's complicated while really not saying very much of any substance.  

As I see it, a person will be able to make money in TCC only if one or both of two things happen:

(a) the cryptocoin market continues to go up… and go up a LOT and/ or (b) they recruit a lot of people.

To elaborate further, your cryptocoin will have to go up a lot in order to compensate for all the commissions and fees built into the product.

In MLM that's sometimes called 'slippage'. Would you buy anything else that's loaded down with complexities like that?

Also, are you a good recruiter? Were you ever a good recruiter? Do you really want to get back into that game?

If you were never really good at it, isn't it rather naive to think you are suddenly going to be good at it now just because "…this one is different!"

People haven't changed. You haven't changed. Cryptocurrencies, in my humble opinion, is not going to be any easier a 'deal' than anything else ever was for you.

As an MLM opportunity…it's just a fad. The same people will make money in it that make money in all the other deals. And the same people will lose.

Also…remember what I said about 'money' up above.

Cryptocurrency is a commodity. That's it. And only an idiot pays more for a commodity than they have too buy buying with all the extra charge TCC throws into the mix.

Yet I marvel at how MLM detractors can be so holier-than-thou to criticize traditional MLM companies for having over-priced products and yet be willing to get their friends into what essentially (in it's MLM iteration) is just the unregulated MLM version of Universal Life insurance (or at least the investment side of the product).

And what trying to objectively evaluate the strength of TCC with questions such as, "OK…who's in back of this deal? What's their MLM background and track record? Do they have a real history of helping average people make money in their last deal?”

Or did they get run out of the last program they were in… or did they leave on short notice because they knew they were going to get fired anyway?

If you were going to hire somebody to work for you in a traditional company, wouldn't you check their past employer and references?

I think that would be a smart thing to do the next time (or maybe this time) somebody pitches you about a 'new deal'.

The bottom line on Trade Coin Club is that it boils down to being careful and using some common sense. Think with your head rather than your wallet.

Read the fine print. Ask the tough questions. Take a careful look and consider if you can handle the worst case scenario. Hoping that 'this one is different' won't make it different.

If it sounds too good to be true it probably is. Don't get into dark waters (something you don't know anything about). Don't trust anybody who you know has lead other people down the 'garden path' in previous deals. If they lied once, they’ll probably lie again.

Don't be afraid to work a legitimate MLM if you find one you like. Find a good product that delivers real value to the end-user. And stick with it.

As for TCC, I think it’s a scam. Yes, some people who will make some money…. but most won't and there will be a lot of friendships ruined because of it.

 

 

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Blockchain is the best bet for secure, efficient electronic health records

Blockchain is the best bet
for secure, efficient electronic health records

Why it matters to you

When secure electronic health records are universal, your personal medical information will be protected from medical identity theft.Which makes you cringe more, the threat of ransomware or the current mess of health records? Blockchain, the same technology that enables hackers to collect ransoms with anonymity, is increasingly seen as the best platform to advance universal electronic health records (EHRs), according to Wired.

Blockchain, or distributed ledger technology, is widely associated with cryptocurrency such as bitcoin. The blockchain is also used on the “dark web” for the anonymous sale of weapons, drugs, and other illegal exchanges. The same attributes of blockchain technology that make it appealing for criminal use, however, can also help solve the complex data record-keeping needs of systems used for legitimate purposes like EHRs.

The lack of coordinated and complete electronic health records affects patients, healthcare professionals, and the administrative systems and services that support people on both ends of the stethoscope. From the patient’s perspective, when you have to go over your entire medical history every time you see a new medical provider it’s a pain. The greater issue is bad information. If an incorrect allergy or blood type information is entered into your record, the consequences could be dire when you next go for treatment or a procedure.

On the provider and support service side, the amount of time spent creating and working with health records is astronomical and growing. A Mayo Clinic study found the No. 1 reason for physician burnout, which increased from 45 percent in 2011 to 54 percent in 2014, was paperwork. According to John Halamka, Chief Intelligence Officer at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, “Now is probably the right time in our history to take a fresh approach to data sharing in healthcare. “The EHRs may be very different and come from lots of different places,” Halamka says, “but the ledger itself is standardized.”

With a blockchain EHR system, anyone with an access key could see the same patient ledger, which would be the ‘chain’ of all transactions or entries for that person, each entry encrypted and time-stamped. The actual data for each transaction would be stored in widely distributed locations. The data isn’t actually sent around, which helps with confidentiality, but it all points to the same ledger or specific patient record.

Before ledger entries are approved for inclusion in the chain, algorithms make sure they match all other data. If, for example, a new entry says your blood type is A-positive but it’s actually O-negative in the other ‘blocks’ of data, the entry would not be accepted and the person or system at the point of entry would be alerted to the mismatch. Your medical identity would be protected and you wouldn’t have to remember every little piece of data about your medical history every time you see a new doctor. The full adoption of EHRs isn’t here yet and will have hurdles to jump before finally implemented, but it appears that whatever the final system looks like, it will use blockchain technology.

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Why the Netflix Model is the Future for Enterprise Blockchain

Why the Netflix Model
is the Future for Enterprise Blockchain

What's a blockchain?

Why not use a distributed database? What's a smart contract? What the hell is chaincode? Among blockchain industry participants, you'll get different answers and different views to all of these questions (and many more). Almost weekly, we read new blockchain white papers proposing new unique functionalities to solve a problem in a slightly better or different way. Of course, this amount of experimentation and research can only be good for the long-term growth and maturity of our industry, but it’s also made it extremely complicated for potential buyers to make determinations about what fits their needs best.

Although the term "blockchain" has generally been used as the umbrella name for a very broad collection of new technologies, it seems to me that our industry has not yet gone through the necessary objective scrutiny to separate the good, from the bad (and the ugly). Right or wrong, there seem to be some common themes among enterprise companies that became apparent over the course of 2016.

This is not a comprehensive list, but a few worth highlighting:

  1. Companies are looking to build using permissioned blockchain networks (whether as an interim solution or a long-term outcome)
  2. In many contexts, it will be important to maintain transaction privacy
  3. Current transaction performance on the public bitcoin and ethereum networks is insufficient
  4. Smart contracts provide an elegant framework to automate shared business processes.

Ethereum examined

In considering these challenges and how to solve them, a large number of companies have migrated their efforts to ethereum.It's by no means a perfect solution, but arguably because of its flexibility and because of the organic community of developers surrounding it, it remains unparalleled in the industry.

Rather than look at ethereum as one network, however, many consider it as a template to model, improve, customize and implement in difference contexts. Ethereum technology, therefore, has found its way into multiple networks serving multiple purposes, although imperfectly. To better achieve this outcome, I would argue that ethereum needs some rearchitecting to allow for multiple network implementations. In its current form, it was designed (and continues to be improved upon) as a protocol to power a single global network.

Incompatibility

Having come to the same realization, a number of companies have created versions of ethereum that fit their needs – in many cases with band-aid fixes that can only be described as temporary and imperfect. Among those companies, there are both startups and large organizations, most of which are primarily interested in one vertical problem set that impacts their industry and their business.

This has led to unnecessary fragmentation and incompatible modifications being made to the ethereum protocol in all these various versions. Contrary to the initial vision of ethereum (of being a general purpose protocol), many of these implementations are being built as single-purpose solutions to power specific industry applications.

As companies get closer to production, this problem is becoming more evident to those involved. Drawing parallels from the web services ('cloud') industry, I’m convinced that we’ll see a new trend this year. Rather than end users building their own customized infrastructure, and essentially managing their "full stack", a small number of providers will focus on offering modular infrastructure that can be leveraged with little effort by the companies solving challenges at the application layer.

Action ahead

This reorganization of the industry (infrastructure vs app) will allow for specialization and better long-term improvements to the underlying software while maintaining standards of compatibility. In the same way that Netflix is built using Amazon Web Services, mature companies emerging in this space will partner with infrastructure providers to scale their businesses more efficiently.

Ideally, as we work towards this model, the resulting infrastructure frameworks will allow for deployments that are fully compatible with 'public ethereum', while also enabling deployments that include custom functionalities required by the user.One of the great benefits I foresee from this model is that new proposed ideas, which today end up as competing protocols, could become alternative modules compatible with a standardized framework. This will make it easier for companies to adopt improvements without having to rebuild from scratch. Luckily, this isn't wishful thinking. Some of us are already on our way to making this real.

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The peso has done something shocking since Trump took office

    

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The peso has done something shocking
since Trump took office

   

Wax figures of U.S. President Donald Trump (L) and Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto are seen at the wax museum in Mexico City, Mexico. Reuters/Henry Romero

The Mexican peso has done something shocking since President Donald Trump took on office January 20th. It's actually stronger versus the US dollar. The Mexican peso hit a one-month high of 20.6601 per dollar on Wednesday morning before trimming some of its gains. The currency trades up 0.4% at 20.7520 per dollar as of 8:22 a.m ET.

Mexico's currency has had a wild start to 2017. 

It fell about 6% over the first three weeks of the year as traders priced in what a Trump presidency could mean for the currency as he railed against Mexico throughout his campaign. But then the fireworks began as Trump took office and the peso's fortunes began to turn around:

  • Last Thursday Trump tweeted, "The U.S. has a 60 billion dollar trade deficit with Mexico. It has been a one-sided deal from the beginning of NAFTA with massive numbers of jobs and companies lost. If Mexico is unwilling to pay for the badly needed wall, then it would be better to cancel the upcoming meeting."
  • Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto pushed back, stating that Mexico would not pay for the border wall that Trump has promised to build and responded with his own tweet, "This morning we have informed the White House that I will not attend the meeting scheduled for next Tuesday with the @POTUS."
  • The Trump team responded by suggesting a 20% border tax could be placed on all US imports coming from Mexico, and later said that tax could be placed on all imports. 
  • On Friday, Trump continued his assault on the US' neighbor to the south, tweeting, "Mexico has taken advantage of the U.S. for long enough. Massive trade deficits & little help on the very weak border must change, NOW!" 
  • But cooler heads prevailed and Peña Nieto and Trump held an hour-long phone call to try and work out their differences. While the outcome of the call was not made public, it's a sign that the two sides are trying to work things out. 

Interestingly, the peso has actually strengthened by about 6% since Trump was inaugurated on January 20th, and has wiped away all of its losses for the year. However, the currency is still down about 13% since Trump won the election. 

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Bitcoin’s Price is Flirting With $1,000

Bitcoin's Price is Flirting With $1,000

The price of bitcoin is inching closer to $1,000 once again.

Prices hit a high of $994.79 during morning trading, according to the CoinDesk Bitcoin Price Index (BPI), after opening at an average of $977.52. Prices haven’t exceeded $1,000 since 6th January, having crossed that benchmark on the first day of 2017.

The price of bitcoin is currently at an average of $993.04.

CNY-denominated markets are up more than 9%, reaching a high of ¥6,890.56. Those markets are averaging ¥6,865.50, BPI data shows, representing an increase of roughly 9.3%. Prices have been rising since earlier this week, a move that came amidst a shift in the exchange ecosystem amongst toward markets that don’t charge trading fees. Observers are split, however, on the long-term trajectory of these trends.

Bitcoin is back above $1,000

Bitcoin is is back above $1,000 for the first time since January 5. The cryptocurrency was higher by 1.5% at $1,000.10 a coin as of 11:39 a.m. ET.

It's been a wild year for bitcoin. It began 2017 with a 20% rally during the first five days of the year before crashing 35% on concerns of a crackdown on trading in China.

Thursday's gains have extended bitcoin's winning streak to a sixth straight session as trade appears to be benefitting from uncertainty surrounding Donald Trump's presidency. The cryptocurrency has gained nearly 10% since Trump was inaugurated on January 20.

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‘People prefer cash‘ and that’s good news for bitcoin

‘People prefer cash’
and that’s good news for bitcoin

bitcoins

“Sorry, Bitcoin: Cash Is Still King Around the World.”

So says an article that Time published in its money section last month. The article is based on research published by the International Journal of Central Banking (IJCB), which showed consumers around the world still prefer cash to electronic payment methods. According to the IJCB report:

“Cash is still used extensively — particularly for low-value transactions. In some European countries such as Austria and Germany, cash even dominates consumer payment choices for all transaction values.”

 

While the IJCB report doesn’t mention bitcoin, the author of the Time article interpreted the data as bad news for bitcoin. However, a careful read of the report discloses the opposite: The fact that people prefer cash to electronic payment methods is actually good news for bitcoin.

High demand

Bitcoin is a young form of payment. It isn’t realistic to expect it to beat cash in less than only a decade. Bitcoin adoption is doing very well, though; especially when we take into account that it isn’t a company and thus doesn’t have a marketing department, let alone an aggressive one like major credit card companies can afford.

Adoption is actually overtaking the network’s technical capacity, leading to the bitcoin scaling debate. The community is experiencing pressure to scale the network due to an overflow of transactions, which means the number of people using bitcoin is growing. Bitcoin or something similar is actually a perfect currency for the future, according to the IJCB report. We can arrive at this conclusion through a keen reading of the reasons the report gives for consumers choosing cash over electronic payment methods.

Privacy and security

One reason the report gives for a consumer preference for cash is a desire for anonymity and security. It states:

Anonymity and security concerns are sometimes cited as influencing people’s payment behavior. However, the level of anonymity and security people require when making payments is difficult to measure empirically.”

Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies afford users the ability to spend money online without disclosing their identity. Indeed, bitcoin brings the properties of cash into the online setting. Electronic payments demand you identify yourself before sending or receiving money. That is not the case with either cash or bitcoin.

Refuge from financial crisis

The report also says consumers prefer cash over electronic payment methods because they don’t trust financial institutions, especially when they are the cause of economic crisis: “A more relevant explanation for cash preference arises if a country has a history of banking crisis, which often coincides with high inflation and may affect trust in banks.

Bitcoin offers its users an opportunity to hold and spend their money apart from financial and banking institutions. While the report states this is a problem of the developing world, the US housing crisis of 2008 and the Greek government debt crisis of 2014 say otherwise. With each new banking crisis, consumers become more wary of commercial bank payment methods.

Already there are signs that consumers consider bitcoin an option when there is a financial crisis. During the Greek financial crisis, the price of bitcoin shot up when there was a huge demand for it by consumers who wanted to safeguard their financial value.

Cash online

The report also showed that in all the countries surveyed, older generations use cash the most. It states that preference for cash grows with age. From the report:

Regarding age, we find that persons older than thirty-six use significantly more cash than persons younger than thirty-five. Also, the results provide support for a certain habit persistence in some countries, where cash use increases homogeneously with age: people aged sixty and older are more likely to use cash than people between the ages of thirty-six and fifty-nine.”

As time progresses, an electronic payment method that mimics cash will become more attractive. With increasing Internet access and more people and businesses going online, an electronic payment method that mimics cash may be the only option for those who prefer the properties of cash. And this is where bitcoin comes in.

Rupert Hackett is general manager of Bitcoin.com.au and BuyaBitcoin.com.au. He specializes in the digital currency and digital payment space, writes for multiple bitcoin and tech websites, and is an acting Board Director for the Australian Digital Currency Commerce Association (ADCCA).

Bitcoin is busting out

Attendants pose with a bitcoin sign during the opening of Hong Kong's first bitcoin retail store. Reuters/Bobby Yip

Bitcoin is busting out of its range that had been in place for the middle part of January. The cryptocurrency spent the past two weeks trapped at the $880 to $920 resistance level but has finally broken through. 

Bitcoin rallied 3.7% on Tuesday as the Trump team exchanged barbs with German Chancellor Angela Merkel over the weakness of the euro, closing the day near $955 a coin. Tuesday's gains have carried over into Wednesday's session with the cryptocurrency up close to 1% near $972. 

Bitcoin has had a wild start to 2017 after rallying more than 120% in 2016 to become the top performing currency for a second straight year. It rallied more than 20% in the opening says of the year, crossing the $1,000 level for the first time since November 2013 before tumbling more than 35% amid worries that China was going to crack down on trading. Recently, the cryptocurrency has shrugged off the news that China's three largest bitcoin exchanges will begin charging a flat fee of 0.2% for each transaction. 

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Russia Considers Allowing Use of Cryptocurrency in the Unbanked Region of Crimea

Russia Considers Allowing Use of Cryptocurrency
in the Unbanked Region of Crimea

 

Russian Internet ombudsman Dmitry Marinichev suggested allowing the use of cryptocurrencies to residents of Crimea. In his opinion, legal entities and individuals registered in Crimea should be allowed to use cryptocurrency wallets and make transactions with digital currencies. Elaborating on his proposal, Marinichev suggested the opening of cryptocurrency exchanges, as he believes it will help attracting new investments to the region. He referred to the example of Hong Kong that has managed to create one of the biggest Bitcoin exchanges.

An important precondition for this initiative is the creation of a free economic zone within the peninsula.

Marinichev said at last week’s Conference on Regulation of Cryptocurrencies in Russia:

“Today Crimea is an exclusive economic zone, which makes it possible to start with the opening of cryptocurrency exchanges operating there absolutely legally. As a result, we will see the actual legalization of cryptocurrencies.”

Russia’s changing attitudes towards cryptocurrency

Elina Sidorenko, the Head of the Working Group for the Assessment of Risks of the Use of Cryptocurrencies at the State Duma of the Russian Federation, explained that recent legislation has addressed some of the most pressing issues in banking in Crimea. Bringing to the table cryptocurrency-based payment instruments and using it for international transactions was discussed among other initiatives to improve the banking climate on the peninsula. Eventually, however, this idea had died.

At the moment the status of digital currencies is not defined in Russian legislation, although in the last few years we have seen several attempts to put cryptocurrency into a legally defined framework. In December 2016, Alexey Moiseev, Deputy Finance Minister of the Russian Federation, announced that the Ministry of Finance is expecting to pass a law introducing a ban on exchange operations with Bitcoins and national currency not earlier than in Autumn 2017.

Meanwhile, some of the most influential banking industry players believe that Blockchain technology laying in the core of digital currencies is extremely valuable for the reshaping of a global financial system. For instance, experts in Sberbank, which has been actively testing technology during the last year, believe that by 2018 we will see a wider scope of application of Blockchain in the financial industry.

Banking the Unbanked with Bitcoin

It is often suggested that cryptocurrencies have significant potential to connect areas and people who have been neglected by traditional forms of banking to the global financial ecosystem. There is a number of huge developing markets, which still remain relatively untouched by modern banking services, however, they demonstrate the rapidly growing Internet infrastructures.

Alex Fork, CEO at Humaniq, the new-generation platform that makes basic financial instruments accessible to unbanked communities, shared his opinion:

“Unbanked regions usually consist of a financially poor population. The most important thing is to provide them with a new technology available absolutely free of charge. It is essential to deliver the service to the customer in such a way that they don't experience any difficulties.”

Everyone wins with Bitcoin

At the same time, we see that governments are extremely careful when it comes to regulating cryptocurrencies. Perhaps piloting projects in unbanked regions can create an extraordinary win-win situation. Individuals and companies who have been failed by traditional banking will be empowered with a new financial instrument, while regulators will get a perfect opportunity to experiment and innovate and finally make up their minds about how to treat this bizarre creation called Bitcoin.

What else can create a greater chance for the adoption of cryptocurrencies?

Alex Fork concludes:

“Of course, apprehension of governments regarding cryptocurrency is not only the innovation’s fear. The idea of testing the project within a small region of Russia is good. At least there will be an opportunity to practice and to gain some experience.”

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SEO – Optimized Anchor

SEO –
Optimized Anchor

             

Use descriptive anchor text for all your text links. Most search engines consider anchor text of incoming links when ranking pages. Here is an example of anchor:

<a href="otherpage.htm" title="Anchor Title">Anchor Text</a>

Listed below are some of the important points to note about anchors:

  • The Anchor Title plays a very important role and is seen by most of the search engines. The anchor title should have appropriate keywords. Anchor title helps the site visitors using a balloon and displaying written text.

  • The Anchor Text is another important part, which should be selected very carefully because this text is used not only for search engines but also for navigation purpose. You should try to use the best keywords in your anchor text.

  • The otherpage.htm is the link to another web page. This link could be to an external site. Here, you need to ensure that the linked page does exist; otherwise, it is called a broken link, which gives a bad impression to search engines as well as to site visitors.

Another example of an anchor could be as follows:

<a href="otherpage.htm" title="Anchor Title">
   <img src="image.gif" alt="keywords" />
</a>

In this case, Anchor Text has been replaced by an image. So, while using an image in place of an anchor text, it should be checked that you have put alt tag properly. An image alt tag should have appropriate keywords.

Content is the King

Content basically includes what you see on the site: the text, graphics, and even links to other websites. You should not use excessive graphics because they are not Search Engine Friendly plus heavy graphics normally put the users out when they get downloaded, especially over a slow network. Thousands of articles, books, and forum entries are available on how to make your website search engine friendly, but ultimately, one rule stands above the rest: Unique, high-quality, unduplicated content is the king.

Superior the quality of your content, the higher the ranking you achieve, larger the traffic you gain and greater the popularity of your website. Search engines prefer good quality sites in their index and search results. Relevant, fresh, and timely content is crucial in attracting visitors to your website. It helps you both draw traffic from search engines and create audience loyalty.

Unique, High-Quality Content

When people visit a website for information, they want your unique spin on a topic. How is your material or content unique? Is that uniqueness obvious, and easy to find and to understand? Visitors want unique, high-quality site content. It is not only your home page content but also all the linked pages should have useful and easy-to-understand content.

Now-a-days, search engines have become very smart and they are able to understand complete grammar and complete phrase. Hence while ranking a page against other, the content available on a page matters. Sites that are duplicated, syndicated, or free content, are get given red flags by the search engines.

SEO Content Writing (Copy Writing)

SEO Content Writing (also referred as SEO Copy writing), involves the process of integrating keywords and informative phrases which make up the actual content of your website.

While writing your web page content, the following tips may help you in keeping it better than others.

  • The content should be directed in the specified target audience.

  • Keyword density is strictly adhered as per search engine guidelines.

  • Titles should always be eye-catching, compelling your visitors to read on and want to know what you offer in your website.

  • Do not use confusing, ambiguous, and complex language. Use small statements to make your content more understandable.

  • Keep your web pages short.

  • Organize and distribute the content on the web pages.

  • Divide your web page content also into short paragraphs.

Other Advantages of Having Great Content

It is not only SEO you need to think about. Many factors contribute to make your site popular.

  • If your site is having something really unique, then people like to suggest it to their friends.

  • Other webmasters like to create a link in your site on their sites.

  • Your site visitors start trusting on your site and they look forward to the next content update and keep coming again and again.

  • Although you are listed out by a search engine, a but net surfer will click only that page whose content snippet looks unique and interesting.

Conclusion

Creating, editing, and promoting unique high-quality content is difficult and time-consuming. But in the end, the golden rule of SEO is that Content is the King. It is not because of a search engine, but it is for your site visitors. A page that is read by people is better than a page that is read by bots.

So, write your content after a serious thought. Keep your title, keywords, link text, meta tags up-to-date, unique, and interesting.

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