should i trust the crypto team or not?
so many questions.
as simple as it sounds, to me, the only safe bet is trackback
Quote from: mchowell on January 26, 2017, 10:43:56 PM Quote from: Crypto-Mike on January 26, 2017, 08:45:25 AM I think that’s the main problem at this point. It’s impossible for an average joe like me (i’ve never even heard about bitcoin until recently), to pick out which coins are legit and which ones aren’t.
I’ve been trying to find answers all day without answers. Does anyone know of any sites where I can go for answers? Or if it’s already too late? lol
the key here is context… you need to download a wallet–maybe more than 1–buy some tokens (not sure how much bitcoin goes into each one) -> mine them with your PC -> spread your newly mined coins across different addresses(wallets). If you do this right then it shouldn’t matter whether the “coin” itself was stolen because none of them should be connected anymore to real world accounts / real world physical property aka money/cash/usd that could be used by bad guys to launder funds etc.. so dont treat this as throwing money down a well… think of it as buying bitcoin cheap at first & making lots of other investments in game coin game/icos game / tokens game etc