MaidSafeCoin (MAID) - Price & Trading topic


#4039

tl;dr Bitcoin will likely see a rebound above $5000 and alts will follow suit. Below that, all bets are off.

I have enjoyed Tone Vays and other credible technical analysts when it comes to Bitcoin price prognostications rather than just the whimsical fear or hyper-optimism. Prices follow patterns, and MAID is no exception. For now, we will follow the moves in larger cryptos. My 2 cents is that we’re waiting for an outside and unrelated catalyst to shift opinion and/or Tether to finally explode the altcoin market as nothing inherent to MAID seems to be close just yet. Until then, if you’re a trader, either learn trading or find credible technical experts who have a history of bias-free and conflict-of-interest-free perspectives on price analysis.


#4040

Coinbase says segwit will be available in a few weeks.
Hoping this sparks a turnaround.


#4041

#4042

I saw somewhere that this was being postponed until the 14th? Not true?


#4043

Here is one technical analyst view:

Throughout its lifetime MaidSafeCoin has been seen to have one of the most solid structures among the altcoins; MAID is now approaching the all time low, where it should find a level of solid support. Going into the spring we are expecting the cycle to start again with a rush of buyers flooding the market in the coming months after a period of serious correction. With this in mind I have been looking at a potential bullish bat formation in a similar area to the all time low.


#4044

Its live now watching it atm


#4045

Awesome how’s it looking?


#4046

weerd, its going around both positive and negative. Lot questions just cant be answered that easy they ask them


#4047

Can you reference the analyst?

MAID has definitely been less volatile on average than other coins and that makes analysis easier as well as give some credence to the underlying. I don’t know if it will be springtime, but I would generally agree that there will be negative and positive catalysts internal to MAID and external to it, even external to the world of crypto in general, that will set people on the search for value. There may be others, but one big elephant in the room is Tether.

Once people discover the SAFE Network, attention will shift to it. Investment will follow IF correlated with a sector uptrend. If not, then a flush in the sector would occur, as it is now, and only then will investment come. That’s a warning for those that think greater adoption and attention will necessarily correlate with price in the short-term.

The programmers in our incubator have already shifted away from Ethereum, for example. EOS is their vice at the moment. That will likely change again. Ah, millennial programmers, “for in that sleep of death, what dreams may come!”


#4048

Hey does anyone know,

I heard tether migrated to Litecoin. Is this true? I don’t think so, since I can see their new printed money using the regular Omni explorer just like MaidSafeCoin.

Are there any other protocols being used for tether, besides the regular BTC omni one?


#4049

Around the 1:30 mark in that video, Senator Mark Warner (D-VA) brings up the question of ICOs that turn into file sharing, data storage/processing platforms, etc. to distinguish from just stakeholder tokens. SEC chairman thinks that they fall under the same jurisdiction…

This goes against the ideas in the forum that Maidsafe thinks those regulations don’t apply to them. Maybe not in the UK, but US investors in MAID and SAFE might be affected…


#4050

When the network launches they will be consumers of a service. How are they going to differentiate a guy holding coins to pay for network services and a guy holding for investment… Going to be interesting.


#4051

That was the exact point in the SEC Chairman’s response. He didn’t see a distinction. If at a later time that token can be exchanged as resources, he still thinks it’s a moot point. Pretty bold stance…interesting, indeed. SAFE is going to be lots of things. He referenced old regulations as being forward thinking…let’s see if that actually holds…“If you are promoting securities, you are taking on securities law liability.”


#4052

#4053

I’ve just double checked and Bitfinex has asked the guys from Omni to make Omni Core on Litecoin.
But apparently (for now?) Tether/Bitfinex went for Ether as alternative for the Omni Bitcoin
https://support.bitfinex.com/hc/en-us/articles/115002669214-Tether-Transport-Protocols
https://wallet.tether.to/transparency


#4054

hey thanks very much for that


#4055

What charts is being looked at. At BTC of $6000 USD (its recent low point) and 0.00004500 MAID/BTC its 27 cents and its been lower than 1/10 of that

And the 0.00004500 MAID/BTC is also much higher than it has been in the past.

So where is this approaching ATL coming from? I just don’t understand


#4056

A gartley bat is not a tool for future price prediction. But if it`s fires you have good trade setup. That is all…


#4057

All I know is I should be starting a new job soon so more disposable income to dispose of into Maidsafe coin while it’s still completely and utterly undervalued.

FYI forgot to mention on here that a trader I follow closely who puts out a LOT of crypto based content Peter McCormack was recently asked in a live facebook video what his thoughts were on Maidsafe and he said something to the tune of “well Maidsafe is likely to do well it’s one of those little known boring crypto currencies that are just silently working away on their project and I find those ones always do well” I’m paraphrasing obviously.

He might even be a good one to interview David or Nick… @maidsafe @dugcampbell lemme know and I can ask him.

https://mobile.twitter.com/whatbitcoindid?lang=en

https://www.whatbitcoindid.com

https://m.facebook.com/groups/whatbitcoindid/#=


#4058

I agree, what struck me about this analyst was his perception that MAID has one of the most solid structures among the altcoins, not his generalization on price. Cheers