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  1. I like this fractal styled artwork a lot! Well deserver win, and congratulations to the winner with hopes to their future career being great!
  2. Hello everyone!

    Hello, and welcome to the forums! Don't forget to include your ArtByte wallet address to your profile so that you can earn from the posts you leave on the forums!
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    Welcome to the forums, please follow the steps of the rewards program to be able to take advantage of getting free ABY simply by being part of the forum as well!
  4. The price lives all the time, and there's also the volume available for a specific price that needs to be taken into consideration, but generally yes, the more of the work you do yourself, the cheaper it will be. But then there's the cost of opportunity and spent time you need to account for as well, so there's really no simple answer to this exact scenario. I agree that hopefully we'll get more USD and EUR gateways for big exchanges like Binance soon so that we can get most out of our money.
  5. New ArtByter!

    Welcome aboard! Feel free to share your artworks also on the forums, as not everyone here has access to all social media networks, but we can all see what's shared on the ABY forums! Hope you like your stay with us, and if there's anything you need help with, don't hesitate to ask!
  6. That's some dedication! Good to see such active and helpful community members rewarded for their never-ending quest to help out new members in the ABY family! Congratulations Mr. Gates!
  7. This is good news! Hopefully his expertise and experience will help ABY in their marketing endeavors and manage to make ABY grow even faster than it currently does, as that would just be a win-win for all of us!
  8. Yes, exactly this reason. LiteBit is a broker, not an exchange, so obviously their prices will be higher, as they need to make profit. But take into account that if you're buying from an exchange that doesn't support direct fiat-to-ABY (which is every single one of them), you'll incur extra costs on buying BTC, buying ABY with BTC and then in withdrawing that ABY. Sure even with that you'll probably manage to get it a bit cheaper, especially if you're willing to put in a lower purchase order and wait for it to be filled, but it's also going to take time, and depending on how valuable your time is to you, paying a bit more might just make sense
  9. Simplicity really depends on many factors; if you can buy with SEPA, LiteBit is not only cheaper, but also much more simpler option as you can just buy with EUR directly
  10. LiteBit doesn't take cards, and for SEPA transfers they only charge 0.16 euros and their own fee is like 2%, so it's much cheaper that to purchase BTC first, transfer that, and then pay for Bittrex. Obviously SEPA is not available for people outside of Europe, so that limits their usefulness for many, but even with their own cut it's still much cheaper.
  11. Summertime

    It would very much be, yes, however I'm currently living in South East Asia so there is really no such thing as winter here, just a tad less hot Not that I'd complain though, otherwise I love it much more, but I can see a clear impact the weather does have on my creative side.
  12. Summertime

    Summer or no summer, all the days are same for me. Work in the mornings/afternoon, then dabbling with music in the evenings before just relaxing. Seems like I never really manage to get anything done music-wise, but at least I'm enjoying it so I guess there's that. For me summer doesn't work as a muse, quite the opposite, as it just puts me into too much of a good mood to write dark, lonely and cold lyrics, heh.
  13. hello i just join

    Hello, and welcome to the forums! Hope you enjoy your stay with ABY and prosper with us in the long run!
  14. There's still a very big difference in something that is mathematically impossible, and thus in many countries straight out illegal, and something like cryptocurrency. Also since e.g., Bitcoin doesn't have a centrally controlled value to it, barring the complete destruction of our power and internet grids, Bitcoin will never completely lose the valuation - I'll personally keep that by buying any Bitcoin you have for one dollar a piece While flawed, the system itself has so many uses that it won't just stop existing anymore.
  15. Pyramids always collapse because they're not mathematically possible. But Bitcoin is not a pyramid as it has never promised anything, same as the stock market. Just because you can see that previous years have been positive that's not a guarantee of this year, and as such they're not comparable in any way.
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