Fellow crypto traders, speculators, or whatever you want to call yourself, listen up.

For your reference, I’m writing this at a moment of holding BTC, LTC, XRP, XLM, IOTA & Electroneum.

I am not writing this from a position that I believe I can sway the market one way or another, y’know, like every other FUD or Moon comment on eToro seems to think it can do.

I am writing this from a non-emotional bias to any coin, but a very emotional bias of feeling sorry for people that are getting caught up in the December craze and now feeling nothing but doom or gloom coming in to 2018.

I’ve heard the following, over and over again…

  • “X is a $hit coin, get out before it goes to zero!”
  • “X is centralised, it’s for the banks to make money and no one else!”
  • “X is a store of value!”
  • “Bloomberg says this….” … “BBC says that…”

Ask yourself these questions…

  • Why would someone to tell you to stop trading coin ‘x’? What is their motivation?
  • Centralised? Are you sure? What difference does it make from an investors point of view, even if it is?
  • Why does a certain coin now call itself a ‘store of value’ when it’s original purpose was something very different?
  • You get your news from the mainstream media? Excellent. Hey look, that guy who just wrote an article for crypto was an expert in health last week and before that, he was an expert in the toy industry. Bizarre, maybe he’s not an expert after all, perhaps he is a copywriter that makes money from being a typing monkey?

Remember this…

  • Unrealised profit means NOTHING. It doesn’t matter if you are hugely in the green, or way down, deep in the red; it is NOT a PROFIT or a LOSS until you close those trades.

But above all…

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Do Your Own Research

I *use* to spend all day watching the eToro community discuss crypto, online fights breaking out here and there with “your coin is $hit – Mine is going to the moon!”, etc, etc. *Sigh*. Kill me. People suck, don’t they?

How do perform your own research:

Step 1. Before you can complete any research, you need to be coming from a non-bias stand point. That means, any unfounded thoughts about the coins you hold, or that of your friends, colleagues or online communities, you need to let go of those opinions. Remember, opinions are like butt holes; everyone has one. However, FACTS are grounded, not on perceptions, but on actual evidence.

Step 2. Start digging. Probably best to start with your own coin – if it really is a $hit coin, it’s best to clarify that with your own research ASAP.

Step 3. The research – what it’s not. Again, what makes something factual? It’s not, for example, the Bloomberg writer that says he has anon high-ranking directors in a bank allegedly telling him that “We’ll never use ‘x’ coin”. Facts are NOT soundbites that you keep hearing time and time again.

Step 4. From the horses mouth. You don’t need opinions, you need original sources. You need original sources that are also credible. For example, look at all the bull$hit that came out most recently in regards to XRP being added to Coinbase. There were photos or screens showing dates of new coins being added, etc. For me, I already noted this as insanity and was calling it out from the beginning.

Then, there was the Weiss Report that came out for Crypto. The website went down then the next thing we know is that false screen shots were going around of a leak of the results. Oh please!!!!

When WE found out the TRUE results, we posted the Weiss Crypto Ratings on our website and backed it up with the ORIGINAL SOURCE.

So please, if you’re going to take anything away from this, take this; DYOR (Do Your Own Research)!

 

 

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Roths Coin – Cryptocoin By The Rothschild Family? Is It A Scam?

On eToro today, we noticed someone talking about RothsCoin. Oh, joy – yet another bullshit coin! Oh, but wait, “this is by the Rothschild Family? *GASP* This is going to be HUGEEEE!”

Haha, no, I’m more than confident to bet this is NOT a crypto coin by the Rothschild Family. Earlier in the year, CoinDesk also noted a previous ‘ponzi’ style fake Rothschild scheme (link). This is why we think RothsCoin is not connected to the Rothschild Family brand:

The LOL Factor

It’s apparent that whoever has made this website and alleged coin behind it feels the need to insert Illuminati symbols, which is oh-so typical of conspiracy theorists and painting the Rothschild Family as evil and so forth.

Oh please, as if the Rothschild Family would create a company/product/service that uses such logos… after-all, they have their own brand & logo.

Doesn’t mention the Rothschild Family

Noticed that? They’ve used the word “Roths” and ridiculous Illuminati symbols to try and give the illusion of a link, but never once use the name “Rothschild”… even the footer bar ‘copyright’ is a joke, i.e., blank.

No links from official Rothschild websites

No, not one. Not from less reputable websites such as Wikipedia (link), but more importantly, not even mentioned on the official website (link).

Domain name privacy

Whoever owns the domain name RothsCoin.io is hiding their personal details (link). ANY genuine large corporation proudly shows their domain name ownership details (link to Rothschild Family domain name whois data), where as this one is set to private. Also, note how the Rothschild domain is FRENCH based.

Is RothsCoin a scam?

Personally, for me, ALL credibility is lost from any person or business that tries to pretend they are something they’re not. Especially, in this case, it looks like the owners of RothsCoin.io are either going to have a launch day and say “Lol, this was all a big fat joke”, or… they’ll go live and carry on regardless.

Please note, while RothsCoin are not stating that they are linked in anyway to Rothschild, for us, it is apparent that this is exactly what they are alluding to. Perhaps some credibility could be salvaged on their part if they stated on their website that they are not connected to the Rothschild Family in any way, but our bet is they won’t do this, thus, keep up the false pretence of being someone they’re not, whether they mean to or not.

We will not be purchasing any Roths Coins.

 

CryptoCoinPrediction.com is not responsible for the article’s content or accuracy and may not share the author’s views. News and research are not personal recommendations to deal. All investments can fall in value so you could get back less than you invest.