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  1. ICO's are selling snake oil?

    Up 16% in the past 24 hours that'd be good for an entire year on the stock market!
  2. ICO's are selling snake oil?

    With this kind of thing on CNBC I can understand why some people are skeptical :) Tittiecoin would've been the icing on the cake - https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/tittiecoin/
  3. ICO's are selling snake oil?

    I meant that the ICO ended in December. They take some time, you have a presale, crowdsale, and at presale it was worth 11 cents, yes. Yes it was worth $8.05 when you posted that, and now $8.50 today, and if you post again tomorrow I'm sure it will be worth something else.... prices fluctuate. Likely $20 a month from now. Point is he made a ton of money. I wasn't trolling I was just giving OP an example of a friend that made a boatload of money. I didn't participate personally, wish I did.
  4. ICO's are selling snake oil?

    11 cents coming out of the ICO, as per the website you linked yourself earlier - https://icobench.com/ico/icon Yeah $9 now, I said about $10. Ok so 90x returns. Pretty nice. He hasn't cashed out anything, Icon will easily hit $20 and beyond.
  5. ICO's are selling snake oil?

    Well my friend put $10k into Icon (ICX) in December, it was worth about 10 cents after ICO, now it's worth about $10, so he's up 100x, or a million dollars in a month...
  6. The uncensored post she made - https://instagram.com/p/BdymQXOhCLh/
  7. It's not required but some people submit verification anyway so their profile says 'verified' that helps if later they post an ad themselves to sell their bitcoin, when they want to convert it to fiat. So it's weird that the seller is asking you. Don't send it, just pick one of the other dozens of sellers.
  8. Err not a great idea to send some random seller your personal info, you should be submitting that to localbitcoins.com themselves, they'll then mark your profile as verified. That's what I did.
  9. No they don't only deal in whole coins. You can buy less. They write the price per whole coin and then set limits in the next column. You can buy 1000 baht worth if you want. Or you use coins.co.th or bx.in.th. At a quick glance right now BX is cheapest today, but it varies.
  10. The witness saw a speeding car and the Brit waiting to cross the road.
  11. While there aren't any limits for tourist visas defined in law, when people run into problems - questioning at border, denial of entry etc. - it's always been when they exceed 6 months per year in Thailand. One can confidently say spending under 6 months per year on tourist visas is 0% risk, you aren't even classed as a tax resident etc. Over 6 months no one really knows, it just becomes guesswork. But the 8-9 months per year that you plan doesn't push it too far, you plan long breaks in between each stay, and will return home each year, so I'd say it's very low risk. You don't fit the profile of someone working illegally in Thailand. To make it even lower risk you could enter by land border wherever possible (e.g. train from Malaysia) as they are less strict than airports, with the possible exception of the Poipet Cambodia border. Plus carry 20k baht cash as proof of funds whenever you enter. Or just study Thai and get an Ed visa, there are lots of language schools in Chiang Mai.
  12. Miserable Studying Thai in Bangkok

    Google utorrent and install that free software. Then Google piratebay (the domain keeps changing), on there search 'Thai learning pack', you'll see a 1GB one and an 8GB one, click the magnet by the name to start downloading in utorrent.
  13. Miserable Studying Thai in Bangkok

    You can torrent a huge 8 gigabyte 'thai language pack' on the thepiratebay, just saying... a dozen ebooks including 'teach yourself thai', entire audio courses, etc. I learnt Thai that way, never had a lesson. Had an Ed visa to avoid visa runs but didn't attend classes just taught myself.
  14. Nobody cares. I've been doing it since 2009 no issues.
  15. There is an exchange booth before immigration (but no ATMs). So even if it wasn't ok you could say ok I'll go exchange it then queue up again. But the 'official rule' is that it can be any other major currency that is generally accepted for conversion to Baht.