The Introduce yourself thread


#100

Hi fellow crypto hodlers!

I am pretty new to crypto. Learnt of cryto in early 2017, starting with Ethereum. I have been buying and holding onto mostly alt coins. The ride has been crazy in 2018 but im hodling on tight! I am interested in learning and discussing more on blockchain technology and the various benefits it can bring.

Looking forward to get involve in interesting discussions and any insights of where the market is heading in the mid/long term!


#101

Hello, My name is Mark and I am in Adelaide, Australia. I am a keen Crypto follower in that I do some Mining as well as trading when I can. I am always keen to share & learn more as we move forward.
I currently mine around 8 coins and use profit switching to maximise returns. I have only been doing this for a short time after simply sticking with ETH. Electricity here in Adelaide is up to 40cents a KWH so its nasty and fine tuning rigs to run under max power etc has been a priority.
I will contribute the best I can based on my knowledge and look forward to the opportunities ahead.
Cheers, Mark


#102

Hey Guys, my name is JJ i am from Jamaica. i got involved with crypto trading recently and i am a noob to say the least. Crypto excites me because it is so new and vast. i want to learn everything! im not much of an investor due to me not knowing what to do on trading platforms. i have my fair share of questions. i plan to day trade. i think the most exciting part is when the price goes up lol. i am ready and willing to take any and all advice so i can hopefully trade more efficiently. unfortunately i havent been to any meet ups, however i travel alot so i would attend if invited. could you guys point me to the best thread relating to new traders and strategies


#103

HI my name is Andre

Really excited to get involved in discussions and hopefully learn a thing or two
I have recently started a crypto blog, so may share some content from there from time to time, hope you guys find it useful

Thanks


#104

Hello everyone,
I got into Crypto last year because it has algorithms and various encryption technique that puzzles me and I love puzzles.


#105

When will i get Slack Id


#106

Hey Elvis I could help with a very good offer


#107

Hi! My name is Clemens :wave:t2:
I started to learn about blockchain/crypto in dec 2016. I wrote my bachelor thesis about "building and analyzing a crowdfunding-plattform based on ethereum. A huge effort to get used to and understand everything with just limited programming skills. In my introduction i wrote something like “eth price currently 12$” :roll_eyes: --> in the end i never invested, even though i was quite familiar with the underlying tech and had a profound understanding of what’s going on at the market.

Trying to change that, I want to improve my knowledge furthermore and be up to date.

Looking forward to lots of good discussions.
Cheers, Clemens


#108

Hello everyone,
Im Tim from Houston, I’m new to cryptocurrency and hoping to learn alot from everyone. Im very interested in day trading and becoming good at it. glad to be here!
Tim


#109

Greetings! Names Bob, been in crypto since 2013. ALTS are my favorite but mined some BTC when it was still possible for a hobbyist to do so. Still mining ALTS and investing in, and with, Bitcoin. Former programmer and Internet provider engineer and entrepreneur. Currently running a an IT department near DC.


#110

Hi all, Marko here. I’ve been crypto enthusiast for couple of years now. Used to invest and mine, but nowadays I’m writing about cryptos, BTC and alt coins and block chain technology. I usually write for CryptoDetail, take a look at some of my articles when you have time.


#111

Hey Guys,

Im from South Africa, really into the economic aspects that crypto can solve. Im massively into Bitcoin and a few alts. Been looking to join a few online communities and stumbled on this. Super keen to join the slack and get talking!


#112

Hi everyone. I’m Andrew, and I was looking for a non specialised crypto chat room. Most of the telegram channels are often quite specific you a particular coin or idea. I just want a more general crypto fix! Also, to not take everthing so seriously. I’m here to learn and have fun.

I got into crypto just in time for the beginning if the bear run, but hey ho… only put in what you can afford to lose hey!


#113

Hi! I started collecting data from faucets in 2015. It just snow balled from there. Thinking about getting into mining, not sure about it. I live in las vegas.


#114

Hello everyone.
I’m Mohammad from Iran. I’m a software developer and I always wanted to get into cryptocurrency business. since we have a high inflation in my country, the best way to keep yourself from being bankrupt is investing in cryptocurrencies. I want to start a mining farm. I’ve designed and tested an immersion cooling solution for my miners and it works pretty good. now I’m looking for some investors to raise money for miners. you’ll get a share (depending on your investment) for your lifetime.
I’ll be glad if you contact me for more details.


#115

Hola, soy Merce, de Argentina, , soy nueva en esto y espero aprender de criptomonedas y poder compartir experiencias. Gracias


#116

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#117

Hello!! My name is Sandi.

My trading career began on the trading floors of the CME (Chicago Mercantile Exchange) back in the mid 90s before electronic trading really took hold. I was on the Eurodollar floor and the S&P500 floor. I transitioned after 5 years in the early 2000s from Futures into Equities (I left the floor to manage about 100 proprietary day traders). Around 2010 I expanded into FOREX. In 2012 I was introduced into the possibility of Cryptos. Of course this didn’t much catch on until 2015 or so. I currently trade and work with quantitative analysts to provide traders with the tools to trade Futures, Equities, Forex and Cryptos. Many friends of mine trade here in the US and abroad. Most of them have been trading for over 20 years. I have alot of information, contacts and tools that any trader would need. Feel free to contact me if you need help!


#118

Hello!! My name is Sandi.

My trading career began on the trading floors of the CME (Chicago Mercantile Exchange) back in the mid 90s before electronic trading really took hold. I was on the Eurodollar floor and the S&P500 floor. I transitioned after 5 years in the early 2000s from Futures into Equities (I left the floor to manage about 100 proprietary day traders). Around 2010 I expanded into FOREX. In 2012 I was introduced into the possibility of Cryptos. Of course this didn’t much catch on until 2015 or so. I currently trade and work with quantitative analysts to provide traders with the tools to trade Futures, Equities, Forex and Cryptos. Many friends of mine trade here in the US and abroad. Most of them have been trading for over 20 years. I have alot of information, contacts and tools that any trader would need. Feel free to contact me if you need help!


#119

Hello everyone. I am quite new to crypto. I didn’t hear about cypto until about a year ago. I mean sure I had heard about bitcoin but never took the time to educate myself on what it really was. Last year, exactly one year to the day I had a bit of an accident and cut my hand on a table saw. I didn’t loose any fingers but there was extensive damage and I no longer have feeling in the fingers on my right hand and they don’t quite move like they once did. On the bright side it gave me some time to learn about the crypto world. I am still a beginner and have much to learn. My career is a small business banker so I’ve always liked things that had to do with money. Being a banker of course I like XRP (love it or hate it I think it has real world usage). Most of the funds I have that I am okay if I loose is secured there. I also have a little bit of money that I play around with day trading (if thats the proper terminology). I’m looking for advice on how to read the different indicators and tools. I’d like it broken down to a third grade level if someone could take the time. I think I have an understanding of Bollenger Bands and RSI but to be honest most of my trades when I make a few days of good trades and get up 3 to 5 percent then I have one bad trade and I am almost back to square one. Any advice is welcome and I hope I can add to some conversations while I learn all this.