A couple weeks ago I mentioned that I may be the worst crypto trader in the world. After staring at charts and order books for a full 3 days and nights straight, I may have figured it out. Now I’ll probably lose it all from my misplaced confidence, but I was able to flip the huge dips the last several days and double my money.
It’s not glorious work, especially watching a screen with numbers flashing about all night long, but it is very addicting. Similar to buying a numeric .ws I have to look at the money I’m spending as tournament poker chips. Once I start thinking of things I could buy or things I won’t be able to buy, it will all fall apart.
WS probably is not a good example, with some things you want that little alarm in the back of your head to start buzzing in overdrive, trying to remind you that you can’t eat or pay a mortgage with poker chips.
Raymond posted the other day on TheDomains.com about crypto domain sales, it’s all real, I keep selling them almost every week. I think it lends weight to the concept of crypto currency as a whole that real users are buying these domains and making something out of them.
The other day I delved first hand into the workings of the blockchain. Despite all the talk, and conceptual understanding of what it’s all about I’ve never explored how the transaction work other than a few transfers here and there.
I bought a few crypto kitties, I figured my daughter who loves cats would enjoy it. She loves the idea and has fun naming them. I transferred some ETH into my Metamask wallet on Chrome, bought a few and started breeding them like crazy. All the talk of high cat sales, made me wanna try my hand at crypto cat breeding. I went crazy, bought and breed like 150 cats.
I learned a lot about gas and other transaction fees that fuel the blockchain. I did not know how much I was paying since the transaction fee and the gas fee confused me. Turns out I was paying $5-$10 a piece to breed these little bastards and most of them don’t sell for that much.
So in the end we learned a little about the blockchain, bought, breed, and named a herd of cats, all for the tiny price of about $1k lol . We also sold a few, we actually sold “Shane” the cat, figuring he would get a decent price.
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AffectiveMedia.com Not to be confused with Effective, affective influencing feelings and emotions
Bitience.com Sounds like an exchange
Crazist.com An advocate of being crazy
Cronito.com Sounds like a small watch or clock
GhostFun.com Ghost tours
iHateTheRain.com Sell umbrellas
LiteLocker.com A wallet for lite coin
PaidSimply.com Easy to use payment solution
RentEms.com Rent Emergency Medical Services. There are private EMS companies that provide EMT’s and paramedics to special events, concerts, and other large gatherings
RideInspect.com Make sure your car won’t fall apart while you’re driving
StoryReport.com A news site
SugarCorn.com Sounds fun, Corn sugar powers the world I think. They sweeten everything with it and make ethanol
SynchMarket.com Get the market in step with other markets
TownDr.com A good name for a local Doc that needs a website
UseMinimal.com Minimalist living site
WeedEnemas.com Not sure how this works, maybe it has something to do with smuggling.
YouTrial.com Things you go through personally
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