Rya is a crypto designed to function as a stable, scalable and decentralized medium of exchange. By using a smart money supply solution based on p2p loans, the price of money will always be appropriate for the state of the economy.
Yes, you've heard it right, I said Ethereum Volatility. You must be wondering how can I trade Volatility of Ethereum? The answer is Move Contracts. So what is Move Contracts? Move Contracts are options that allow you to trade based on the movement of price of a certain cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin or Ethereum by risking only a small amount. The movement can be on either directions. Let’s consider a daily MOVE contract. Suppose BTC starts trading at $5000 for the day and you are pretty sure that the market is going to be insane today. You just aren’t sure in which direction. In short, you predict the markets to be more volatile. In this case, a good idea is to long MOVE Contracts. For the sake of this example, let us assume that the MOVE Contracts start trading at $300. Scenario 1 : ETH Moves Upto $6000 Contract Value at Expiry = abs ($6000 – $5000) Contract Value at expiry = $1000 If you bought 1 contract at $300, you are in a decent $700 profit. Scenario 2 : BTC Moves down to $4k Contract Value at Expiry = abs ($4000 – $5000) Contract Value at expiry = $1000 If you bought 1 contract at $300, you are in a decent $700 Profit. Scenario 3 : BTC Moves Only to $5200 Contract Value at Expiry = abs ($5200 – $5000) Contract Value at expiry = $200 If you bought 1 contract at $300, you are now in a $100 loss. Scenario 4 : BTC Moves Only to $4800 Contract Value at Expiry = abs ($4800 – $5000) Contract Value at expiry = $200 If you bought 1 contract at $300, you are now in a $100 loss. In short, in Move Contracts - Traders make money when the market moves in either direction and lose money when market stays stable. Since I'm a trader I find this Amazing. At this stage, very few traders are aware about Move Contracts as it is supported by very few Exchanges. I think there are only two Exchanges which has Move Contracts on its platform viz. A) Delta Exchange B) FTX. I'm not sure how Move Contracts works in FTX but I've tried Delta and it was a good experience TBH. They have Daily and Weekly Move Contracts available on their Exchange. I'm sharing the Blog link for better understanding. Guild on Move Contracts FTX Exchange : FTX
I want to make a large amount of money with the volatility of bitcoin
Hello people of the Bitcoin sub Reddit, I just had a question for you guys today other than buying from the start of bitcoin how can I make a large amount of money quickly with bitcoin. I have a fairly large amount of disposable money that I can lose (but would rather not) from a easy (legal flip) and I want to get into making money online with bitcoin is there anyone on reddit who isn’t sarcastic as poop who can point me in the right direction. Thank you :)
One major obstacle toward Bitcoin's acceptance by the mainstream is its extreme volatility. Effectively, this volatility means that Bitcoin is more a commodity than a currency. That being the case, if, and that's a big 'IF', we wish to further the cause of Bitcoin as a currency with mainstream acceptance, there needs must be a mechanism in place to 'dampen' the volatility. Central Banks stabilize their International fiat currencies through some exchange rate mechanism, that prevents excessive volatility. Can a similar mechanism operate for Bitcoin? But, who will be in charge of a setup that is not just intentionally decentralized, it is explicitly anti-centralized?! Are these just the design limitations of Bitcoin that we have to put up with; or can Bitcoin evolve?
I am new to crypto so pardon my ignorance. With the high volatility of bitcoin, LTC or VertCoin (up 1000% a year). Why will anyone be willing to pay using these coins for their regular payments? If I know say VTC is going to be $10 I will try to hold it and not use it to buy stuff.
Will cryptocurrencies ever be a viable currency? It seems like the volatility of Bitcoin and altcoins make it a poor medium of exchange
Since bitcoin and other crypto subreddits are focused on speculation, I figured libertarian would be a good place to discuss long-term viability of Bitcoin and altcoins as a currency I've always been interested in both the moral and practical implications of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies as they empower individuals. These currencies cannot be devalued by central banks, and they provide individuals with more privacy and control in their transactions. That said, the fiat money of central banks is at least, on the surface, "stable". We obviously know about QE and the house of cards that the fiat dollar is based on, but it isn't going to change value from one day to another in a significant manner. For a medium of exchange to be dependable and useful, it needs to hold a somewhat stable value. How can you sell goods and services if the value of the currency is dropping 30% in a day? Or rising 15% in 2 hours? That's one problem I currently see with Bitcoin and other crypto. Will it ever stabilize or will it always be this way? Have other modern fiat currencies like the dollar or Euro gone through similar growing pains? Or is crypto more similar to gold? It just seems like bitcoin is more of an asset than a currency. Who here is actually using it as a currency right now? There are 2 big issues with bitcoin that make is not useful as currency 1.) Volatility in value 2.) High fees for use. Imagine if every time you wanted to withdraw cash from the ATM or use your credit card that you'd take a 6% hit. My understanding is that Bitcoin Cash and other coins are trying to address this issue Finally, I know that there is a limit on the number of bitcoins that can be mined and that other coins allegedly have similar limits. This is nice because they cannot be inflated, but isn't a limited supply also problematic if you want to have continued growth? Thoughts?
What is the best time period for dollar cost averaging considering the volatility of Bitcoin?
I was reading online about it but I'm not sure what the best time period between each investment is considering the constant fluctuations Bitcoin experiences. What is generally the rule of thumb for something like bitcoin? What did you have success with, or is it just pure luck/guessing?
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"2014 Volatility of Bitcoin is worse than Peso"... buying $1,000USD of Pesos in 2014 is now worth only $722, $1000 in bitcoin however is now worth far more than $3,000USD. Incredible this is happening before bitcoin inflation becomes lower than most countries.
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