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    Lightbulb Any casinos that accept dodgecoin?

    Are there casinos which accepts DogeCoin ? Or players should transfer DogeCoin to BTC and deposit with btc?

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    This topic is also of interest, since dogecoin is a very hype topic and it is not clear in which direction it will move. Or it will grow very much or burst.

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    There are a number that accept dogecoin. Hope this list helps.

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    Cloudbet (SportsBook and Casino) accept many crypto including Dogecoin.
    They do NOT accept players from US or UK though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Ardon View Post
    This topic is also of interest, since dogecoin is a very hype topic and it is not clear in which direction it will move. Or it will grow very much or burst.
    It is absolutely certain which way it will move.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sherlock View Post
    It is absolutely certain which way it will move.

    Up every time Musk opens his mouth.

    Down every time people without brains run out of money to toss at it.

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    his mouth is open too much and too wide
    at some point - quite near - Musk will lose his charm
    still is fascinating what he did and how masses react
    either way the dogecoin (not dodgecoin but anyone can fork dogecoin into dodgecoin, maybe a good idea nowadays) has very thin real orderbooks, so even when so called marketcap is in tens of billions it can make just few decent millionaires... and they should better sell now imho, because, i am afraid, the party might be over for anything from SHIBA to BTC
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sherlock View Post
    either way the dogecoin (not dodgecoin but anyone can fork dogecoin into dodgecoin, maybe a good idea nowadays) has very thin real orderbooks, so even when so called marketcap is in tens of billions it can make just few decent millionaires...
    Yes, this is one of the major limitations of "paper wealth" and judging wealth based on "market cap".

    Elon Musk for example is not worth 100 billion dollars. Sure, on paper he is, but if he started to sell, so would many other people, and the value of his holdings would drop significantly. Same goes for Warren Buffet, Bill Gates, etc.

    Of course, they can always borrow against their stock for funding, which is what most of them do as far as I understand it.

    I am sure it is possible, but probably not practical, to borrow against Dogecoin. I would imagine it would swiftly result in being margin-called/wiped out in the relatively near future.


    Quote Originally Posted by Sherlock View Post
    and they should better sell now imho, because, i am afraid, the party might be over for anything from SHIBA to BTC
    Dogecoin is flat over the last week, while the most liquid coins are down 20%+. The party continues onward for Doge, and for that matter, BTC, BCH, etc which are all trading at prices I am quite comfortable with.

    Would I prefer 65k btc and 1.5k bch? Sure. But they are still 5x what they were worth last year (or more).


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    Unlike stocks. Crypto is not regulated in the US.
    Musk can pump and dump all he wants.
    He can sell his dogecoin and then say he has no interest in dogecoin.
    Wants it drops 50% he can buy it back.

    Considering his run-ins with the SEC about stock manipulation a couple of years ago it is no surprise he ended up in the crypto market.
    He is very intelligent but he is also a promoter. That the US media has anointed him an expert on crypto is another example of journalism being a worthless college degree.

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    Unlike stocks. Crypto is not regulated in the US.
    Musk can pump and dump all he wants.
    This shows nicely the difference between "regulation" and "enforcement". Some laws exist but they cannot be enforced, some laws don't exist but the common sense (or the common law in the UK) give you an idea what you can expect.

    Stocks are regulated in the US? Okay, Musk wrote lies about taking Tesla private and having "secured funding" at $420 per share (before the split so it would be more now). It was total nonsense as even the Saudis aren't so stupid to give billions to him. His penalty was that he had to resign as a board chairman.

    Not that long after that, he pumps and dumps Bitcoin and manages to give Dogecoin a $70 billion market cap. I have nothing against that. Most Dogecoins are illiquid anyways. Though I probably know one guy who got very rich thanks to Elon Musk's two tweets about Dogecoin... this sentence would have sounded so absurd a few years ago.

    You can compare this situation to e.g. John McAfee. McAfee was tweeting about random ICOs and altcoins, promoting them in exactly the same way as Musk did. The difference was perhaps that McAfee got direct fixed rewards while Musk could've just stacked Dogecoin privately and anonymously. Also McAfee did vocal tax evasion while Musk just got subsidies.

    The US went hard after McAfee, ordered to have him arrested and now he is in jail in custody for over 6 months in Spain. His wife's tweets about the prison conditions are quite funny but doesn't seem like something you'd want to experience.

    Of course it is easier to go after a 75 y.o. anarchist than after Musk.

    Also, looking at the top 10 chart, what the fцck is "Internet Computer" and why is it the 9th largest cryptocurrency?

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    As you speak about market caps.

    It is not just bs, because there is very variable liquidity. It is a nonsense, because the methodology is like from kindergarten.

    From the top 10, cryptos. Pumped ETH in ICO 2.0 bubble ok. ADA I rather do not watch much, because I feel nauseating from cults, but very likely heavy bags there, but ok. DOT as another challenger of ETH, again heavy bags and woke approach, ok.

    But: BNB and XRP are premined not-even-shtcoins (as much as I like BNB/BSC/binance project, but project, not cryptocurrency). Ok, I am delegator of BNB, CZ is trying to say now, BSC has almost nothing to do with him. But when/if he gets an offer than he can not refuse from US government along with Vitalik I am very curious what will happen by then.

    But Ok, so far so good. But Tether? Stablecoins? Why are stablecoins a crypto? I am asking Because BUSD will be maybe in few years with "higher so called market cap than BTC". USDT is not even decentralised like USDC.

    (This goes beyond top 10, like why is WBTC counted, when 1. it is centralised; 2. it is the same wrapped bitcoin that is already counted.)

    But the best is this, HEX apart of ICP. Probably nobody heard about it. Here is an alternative "top 10 nonsense chart taken from more independent good-for-nothing website nomics.com.
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    Hex is a shtcoin. Largest ERC20 token. Quite decentralised because of distribution. It has no use case, it is openly a HYIP on ETH. It kind of shows the true nature of shtcoins now. It does not even pretend a use case. It is not even a Joker's joke like DOGE or memecoins that are needed for the society right before it explodes. So technically it should be a coin in so called "top 10" and it would be one of the more-crypto ones. But coinmarketcap.com either did not get their palmare or they do not like HEX. It is even more crazy because few years ago CMC listed a scam called Bitcoinnect, that was a "crypto" that you could buy, but you could not sell.

    So there is nothing like top 10 coins like S&P 500. Whenever my banker now starts: "once the top 20 coins will be added into the index and sold to public..." I am biting my lips and thinking "oh boy, did you really at least secure your wallet after the years before we start to dance on thin ice of cmc?".

    Every second affiliate site also makes charts of sportsbooks. You know how stupid and not-adequate they are. We know this nonsense still works, because of inherited stupidity of human brain that needs to stick to comparison. But when we talk about crypto, in fact, the cmc matters as much as matters for example DOGE magic. Now it matters, because 99% of people think it is important; at some point the importance will just vaporise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cash Bonus View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by gil.langelaan View Post
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