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  1. What was dangerous about KL? Asking since we are planning to visit there.
  2. Putting Amsterdam, Sydney, Stockholm and Melbourne in the top 10 says everything about this 'survey' - pure propagandistic BS! In terms of personal safety (unless you drive a motorbike) Bangkok outclasses the above cities by light years.
  3. I will save you time - they are organized gangs that sponsor their foot soldiers with airfaire tickets. The Nigerian maffia is very well known and powerful also in southern Europe. As for that lib boy crying foul about racial profiling - he seems to forget that this is Thailand, where we call things by their right name. No place for brain washed libtards.
  4. Decent coffee somewhere around Nana/Asoke ?

    Holly's makes a decent brew - large cup 100THB. On Sukhumvit 15.
  5. Thanks for that colorful reply - but gold bullion is only mentioned under 'import' in your document. I do hold some gold bullion for the event that sh*t would really hit the fan at some point - but would probably sell to buy crypto currency and walk thru Thai security whistling on departure.
  6. The government's need for tracking our financial transactions is limitless - LocalBitcoins is not even that anonymous, bitcoins still need to be sent from one address to another - and the whole chain of transactions can be tracked back and forth until it's tied to an exchange identity. For more anonymous transactions crypto coin mixers can be used, e.g. https://bitpetite.com/?aff=jerkar They also have an investment program that pays well and I've been using for quite a while now, accepts bitcoin, litecoin and ethereum.
  7. Buying Ethereum in Thailand Safely

    Glad you got in - this token will do great and I was among the lucky buyers at the ICO (abt 0.25 USD). With more than 50.000 Omise merchants in SEA ready to adopt OmiseGo and backed by the Ethereum founder it simply can't fail. There will be a lot of failed projects next year after the ICO boom recently, but OMG is definitely not one of them. Dividend per token is currently estimated at 2.50 USD - which makes the price ridiculously low. Price will start moving next quarter when the merchant wallet kit is released. Would also recommend to look into Kyber.network, backed by the same crew and has close ties with OMG. It will sweep the exchange competition away starting next year. Still quite cheap - abt 3x ICO price.
  8. Too late to become a bitcoin millionaire?

    Bittrex yes - but stay away from Polionex. Reddit and other places are full complaints of their customer service and there are quite a few examples of something resembling outright fraud - e.g. tokens being withdrawn that never arrive and exchange records of those withdrawals being...eh, 'altered' by Polionex subsequently.
  9. Too late to become a bitcoin millionaire?

    Correct , Bx.in.th is the place to go for local cash in/out at the moment - but first half of next year OmiseGo will provide this by bypassing the bank system totally. Apart from that some blockchain projects - like TenX - are working on connecting crypto to Visa/MC. 2018 will be the year when blockchain will really start demonstrating it's true potential to the general public - and defuse stupid 'Bitcoin is only a string of numbers' discussions.
  10. Too late to become a bitcoin millionaire?

    A lot of those addresses belong to exchanges - so it's not really fair to say that they own them It's estimated that 2 million coins are in 'Sathoshi' addresses, that's also a big chunk and is not gonna be touched anytime soon. But yes, there are some big players out there - even banks are buying behind the scenes.
  11. Too late to become a bitcoin millionaire?

    It was speeding up the process of a pullback - with BTC going from 1800 to 5000 in 6 weeks - people were just looking for a reason to take profits. Same thing but reversed during last Fri 40 min rally from the lows - BTC price touched a major support level around 2900 and then exploded. People felt it was cheap and started to bid like crazy. Caught that move luckily and stocked up on my favorite tokens.
  12. Too late to become a bitcoin millionaire?

    I'm sure they are - good news is that they pretty much exhausted their arsenal of bad news.
  13. Buying Ethereum in Thailand Safely

    Here is a nice way of earning dividends on Ethereum - since it's yet not paying anything (other than the potential value increase by just holding them. Ethereum will move over to Proof of Stake arrangement in the future, that will pay dividend - but meanwhile I put them to work. https://bitpetite.com/?aff=jerkar This is a 'tumbler' service that processes transactions and makes them fully anonymous for open blockchain coins such as the above. Basically, the way it works is that other coins come out at the other end than the deposited, i.e. 'tumbling' For this they need a pool of coins and pay interest of 80% over 9 weeks on deposits (they claim it's 180% but this includes the principal). Still pretty good and the company is registered in the UK and legit as far as I can see. I've been using their investment program for a while and they pay out daily - no problem. Wouldn't put in enormous amounts of coins though.
  14. Opening Bitcoin Account in Thailand?

    Here is a service that makes transfers using Bitcoin, Litecoins etc anonyous and also provides a nice way to earn passive income on those coins that don't pay out dividend currently. https://bitpetite.com/?aff=jerkar This is a 'tumbler' service that processes transactions and makes them fully anonymous for open blockchain coins such as the above. Basically, the way it works is that other coins come out at the other end than the deposited, i.e. 'tumbling' For this they need a pool of coins and pay interest of 80% over 9 weeks on deposits (they claim it's 180% but this includes the principal). Still pretty good and the company is registered in the UK and legit as far as I can see. I've been using their investment program for a while and they pay out daily - no problem. Wouldn't put in enormous amounts of coins though.
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