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  • Martin wrote a new post 2 months, 1 week ago

    How to create a Trybe.one account

    This is a short tutorial video for those of you who are thinking about joining Trybe. You don’t need to know anything about EOS you just need to create an account as shown.
    Feel free to comment on my recording…

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    • Very helpful tutorial Martin. Excellent onboarding resource – maybe pin it somewhere? (Btw -How much did it cost to get an actor to read the script?)

      • Haha. Thanks Gordon. It will be shown in the Zendesk help page for new users. We are trying to make things easier for new people coming on board. I know I can write beginners tutorials but recording myself is a barrier I have found hard to cross.

    • Awesomely done mate;) Will be super useful for new users – easy to follow along with instructions and pleasantly so with that so suave voice in the background πŸ˜‰

    • Very good tutorial….!! thanks Martin

    • Great tutorial Martin, very useful for the newbies indeed. The next Bond in the making, πŸ˜‰ – Martin Bond, great voice.
      Regards,
      Mark (Zeus69)

  • Martin wrote a new post 2 months, 2 weeks ago

    How High Will Bitcoin Go?

    As many of you know, I have been in crypto for a while, and I know Bitcoin can go up and down in tremendous ways. And also I have done trading in the past, so I wanted to take…

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    • I really enjoyed this one a lot Martin. Very compelling narrative on the history and future of Bitcoin in particular. Of course all we do in a market such as this is speculate, but I’m in the same boat as you in the thinking that Bitcoin prices will not bottom any time soon. I also believe as you mentioned that at some point there will be other projects that will rise up and make a go at the crypto franchise game as it were. I’m excited to see what the future holds with Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. There are a lot of amazing people working in the space that have worked towards placing their special adages into the mix when it comes to crypto. Love the MacDonalds relation by the way. First standardized digital currency will sure be something hard to take down. Another great piece mate. Thanks so much for the share πŸ˜‰

    • Good stuff, but MacDonalds? πŸ˜‰

    • informative article, thank you for sharing it Martin

    • very interesting read, thanks for this. Gives a better perspective what you’ve been through / came from.

    • Some interesting perspectives Marthin, I enjoyed reading it. I almost skipped this article because I’ve been meaning to write my own “High how will BTC go” article soon and I didn’t want to “contaminate” my thought process before doing so. But then I realised that I’ve read so many price predictions already that one more really doesn’t matter! πŸ™‚

      I agree with you that in the long-term the sky is the limit. I have yet to work out my own proper figures for the next big bull run, but I consider your $100k to be realistic – it falls within my current mental ballpark.

      I have similar reservations over Bitcoin Cash, though it does seem popular and I think it will remain a major BTC alternative for the foreseeable future – much the same as LTC. BSV on the other hand is utter trash – Wright has now destroyed it’s already shaky foundation with his outrageous claims.

      BTG is a waste of time: I used to hold it but I dumped it once the 51% attacks started. I see no future for BTG. It was created to pick up the hashpower for Ethereum miners when ETH changed to PoS; but that was over a year ago. The stalling of the ETH changeover probably killed BTG. They were opportunists who got unlucky with their timing and missed the opportunity.

      • I agree 100% on all of this. I had to include BSV just because of all the news but I don’t care about the project.

        You always do very detailed high-quality posts. Where I try to make mine light for beginners and more entertainment and less about the facts. I also like to talk about myself and personal opinion too much. Your posts are the type of posts I read haha.

        • With the number of people who are to enter the cryptoverse in the next wave, beginner-level posts will be in hot demand! You’ll be a busy man!

    • Interesting and wide-ranging post Martin – as you note – brand is key and BTC has it.

    • A very nice summary! I agree!

    • Nice overview @dobsdies. I enjoyed the read. I think $100k is certainly possible…after all, that’s only 5x from it’s all time high. Considering the possibility of institutional money jumping in, that seems very realistic. Thanks!

    • Very helpful. I really enjoyed the article. Thanks for sharing. Success is always for you

  • Martin wrote a new post 3 months, 1 week ago

    How to sell Ethereum

    How to buy and sell Ethereum
    Ethereum is not like the other tokens/coins I have spoken about before. Ethereum is a vast project that not only blockchain people know about but many people around the world. Ethereum is the second…

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    • Excellent overview Matin. Thanks for the tips mate πŸ˜‰

    • I agree, still had a small ETH hold, moved it over to BTC & EOS

    • I agree Martin…ETH will always have a special place in my mind. It really helped pave the way for coins like EOS, but right now, it just can’t compete.

    • Very helpful research, Martin. Thanks for providing this.

    • Ethereum is such a big name that one can’t count it out, even if it is primitive by modern platform standards. I think it will continue to be a useful “starter platform” for projects which may later migrate to another chain after ICO stage. As you say: Vitalik could pull a rabbit out of the hat at any stage. When Ethereum finally transitions to POS that may have a profound effect on the coin – time will tell.

    • Very informative post – and interesting take on Ethereum – I still hold a little but nowhere near as much as EOS. Thanks for the mention too. Cheers, Martin.

    • Great walk-through on how to transact with Ethereum.

    • I have the same feeling sadly about ETH; sadly because I know sone friends that really made a fortune out of ETH and still very bullish about it, but for me was already too late. And now with EOS dominating the block activity and performance, I’m more confident to be sitting on the right train

  • Martin wrote a new post 3 months, 1 week ago

    Trybe Airdrop Problems/Contact Info

    Hi Trybeians/Trybiees/Trybettes—Friends of Trybe
    I have had a few people who have not been getting their airdrops lately, and many of them are waiting for months to see if this will change. I want to let you know this will…

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  • Martin wrote a new post 3 months, 2 weeks ago

    How to buy Tron coin

    Should I buy Tron
    Before I start into how to buy Tron we should first look at should I buy Tron or not. Now, this is not an easy question for me as I love EOS and Tron is a…

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    • Nice overview and contrast comparison of TRON with EOS. I’m with you in that I don’t think that there will ever only be one crypto. I guess at present you could say there is one crypto to rule them all (bitcoin) but I think as the space evolves that solid projects with good applications and user bases will eventually decouple from big daddy bitcoin. I also agree that both TRON and EOS are cryptos to watch in the future. Thanks for the share Martin πŸ˜‰

      • Thanks, Jimmy. Yeah I was surprised as all I had heard was negative things about Tron but it doesn’t seem as bad as people say.

    • More great and thorough research, Martin. Thank you very much for your hard work. Lots of people are looking at this one and Justin has a following. Competition is good too, pushing these projects to a higher level than they would likely attain in one horse races. Of course, every now and then you get a Secretariat, which might as well be one horse race. πŸ˜‰ A crypto-analyst remarked recently:

      “Yeah, transaction and function wise, ETH has some growing up to do.
      ETH is an oldsmobile, and EOS a lambo.”

    • Good article, great to read more on Tron. Thank you for writing!

    • Well researched overview of TRON Martin. I’ve said some negative things about Justin Sun in the past that have caused me to eat humble pie. The guy has his weaknesses, but has been great for TRON overall. Complete agree with you…TRX looks like a solid coin to hold over the coming years. Thanks for sharing.

    • Great sum up @dobsdies Tron foundations is planning a lot in the coming months, the Sun network, collaboration with Ethereum, Bitorrent BTT etc… The coin could be bullish or who knows if it is only a fuss & marketing. Time will spit the truth out πŸ˜€

    • Good intro! So Tron doesnt give you a share of the network? Totally wasn’t aware of that!

    • Lots of useful information here on Tron Martin. I hold a little as a hedge but give preference to EOS because it is a little more focused on delivery overhype. Nonetheless, Tron is a big project and well worth tracking. Cheers.

    • Great post Martin, your article simplifies the process for many people not in the know on how to purchase. Thanks for the share. Very useful indeed.
      Regards,
      Mark (Zeus69)

    • Thanks for this thorough post on Tron Martin.

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