I'm a resident of Oregon, in the United States, currently holding a PhD in Mathematical Analysis. Why would that apply to cryptocurrencies?
I have been working with partners in data science to create programs to model trend analysis and sentiment analysis. Through our research and work, we have made over 1000%+ in profit using wave analysis on cryptocurrencies from Bitcoin Cash to many, many more.
Right here, I've composed a simple list of the five cryptocurrencies to buy right now for ground-breaking profit margins. And no, this isn't just clickbait or some kind of scam— I've used real battle-tested math to come up with this list (search up "trend analysis" and "elliot wave analysis").
I'll give the first coin in the list right here, for free, to all of Yours.org for supporting Bitcoin Cash, a cryptocurrency I'm very supportive of. The rest will be available for a small charge— I say 'small', because, just by holding these cryptocurrencies for at most a few weeks, you'll have made much more than the price of the paywall.

Coin #1: RCoin (RCN)

This isn't one of the top ten cryptocurrencies, but it's readying itself for a huge takeoff. Most of the "big five" in this list will be altcoins, but that's the point— have you been jealous seeing random altcoins in the cryptocurrency list skyrocketing? They're not random— they're very predictable using data analysis and mathematics.
This is the RCN / BTC market right now. Notice the area next the red arrow— this is called the cup. The formation we see in the graph is a simple cup-and-handle formation.
The commodity begins to cave under a dip, then begins an upward 45-degree ascent. However, a cup-and-handle ascent formation does not guarantee gains. The peculiar thing about the graph is that the critical points line up perfectly with wave analysis.
Based on Elliot Wave Analysis, it's simple to tell that this graph's cup-and-handle formation is guaranteed to continue and break out soon. My suggestion is to definitely buy some RCN right now. The handle formation is already happening, and should continue up to a possible 250%+ of gains.
Unfortunately, this is all I can offer for free right now. I understand if you don't have on-hand money to purchase this article, but I promise that if you do end up purchasing, this article and the analysis inside will pay for itself (and more!).
 

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As another note for the Yours.org community: please feel free to suggest coins or cryptos for me and my team to analyze and review. In addition, if you want to see certain analysis-related topics covered here, please don't hesitate to alert me as well.
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Please look at bend0ver's post about 42 coins to HODL in 2018 we are curious what you think.
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@codemojo, I definitely will. New article coming out soon on that.
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The crypto market is not regulated meaning there are no laws preventing websites from manipulating the data and even if there where laws these laws have hardly any power over the crypto site of the website. Why is this important? Because a very large volume of trading is done on websites that only have a crypto side and no fiat side. The most successful one even banned every single US citizen from using the platform because they saw what happened with silkroad and are scared. So here is an even better algorithm then yours. Wait untill a large amount of Tether is printed. Go long on all your positions. Can't go wrong until the music stops, and the light go on, and 2 million people realize there are only a 1000 chairs. Good luck!
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I just realized that comments that I pay for probably can not get deleted. I like that.
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You're right @Kain_niaK, I don't think those can get deleted.
I personally believe Tether is a complete scam, and is probably not even fully backed by reserves. Anyone who buys or uses Tether is stepping into a dimly lit room, and the question is, if the lights go out, will you be able to get out quick enough?
I think your prior comment was meant as as satire, but I just want to add that I believe Binance is a very nice crypto-only exchange. Of course, it's centralized, like most major exchanges are, but this is bound to change soon.
2018 (or maybe 2019) will be the year of the DEX (decentralized exchange). Your money can't be closed out, and trades will work based on atomic swaps. You can't ban US Citizens when the "you" doesn't exist, e.g., there is no entity that controls a DEX.
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Tether exchanges do 30% of all volume and so are able to manipulate the price on all the exchanges including Binance. Maybe one day we will see an incredible spread between various exchanges but as long as that does not happen Tether sets the trend whether people like it or not. Check out the patterns. Tether gets printed and everything goes green. It has been like that for a while now. Everybody profits except for the people that come in last. And those people will be the base layer of a big pyramid. See Bitcoin is not a scam just like in the year 2000 the internet was not a scam. But the dotcom bubble had a lot of mania and hype and companies with zero products just like in crypto now. This is just reality but of-course it's an inconvenient truth for people making mad money right now. Those people don't want the music to stop. And they most definitely don't want the lights to go on and everybody seeing there are only a 1000 chairs for a million people to sit on. But good luck, when you become one of the new masters of the new financial system I hope you will allow me to participate in it.

And setting the price of the article to a 150 dollars in the hope somebody accidentally clicks on it is just douche-bagery of the highest levels. But I guess nothing is stopping you from having a second Yours account and then clicking on it yourself, that way you go all the way to the top and people might be like: oh this must be good. No it's not good. It's more of the same bullshit. It really is.
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@Kain_niaK, this is highly interesting. I've always known about Tether and it's fiat-like (disappointing) characteristics, but I've never noticed this pattern.
I'm going to do a bit more research on that for sure.
EDIT: It looks like you edited your previous comment to add two more paragraphs at the bottom, without signaling an edit like this. Please see my next comment with my response to your edit. Thanks!
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@Kain_niaK: The price of the article is $150 because it reflects both the amount of work I put into it (days of work) and the inherent value of the information.
I'm not hoping anyone would click on it accidentally and I will refund your money if you do that. This is real technical analysis, you may think cryptocurrencies are "immune" to analysis because volatility, or something like that, but they're really just like any other commodity or stock.
Why do I know this? Because this has worked, for me. Also the people who have bought the article so far have not been myself (I don't even know how to self-buy an article), and I did not get another Yours account just to buy the article.
If I wanted to make an article so people could 'accidentally' click on it, why $150 and not, say, $1000 or something? And why would I spend time and effort meticulously writing the article? Why would I actually do technical analysis? Why wouldn't I just write "HEY, WE FOUND SATOSHI NAKAMOTO" behind a $1000 paywall?
All I'm saying is, man, there's a lot of stuff wrong with your paranoia-based approach to these things.
Also, why do you think I'm replying to each of these comments? I'm here for the long run, I'm not just using a throwaway account to make $150 if people accidentally click my article (which took a long time to write up).
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But nobody has bought your articles yet. Or have they? Ah I see that you have bought your own article, very devious!
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I expected the comment section to be other interested cryptocurrency investors asking questions, or others requesting coins for me to review, not a single person attacking me :)
At this point, I'm not even sure why you're attacking me...
Perhaps it's because for the last four of your own articles, you spent more money to self-upvote your own articles than the amount of money people wanted to spend to read them?
It looks like you're simply jealous because of this, which is fine. Do you think attacking me here will help? I'm not mad at you, I'm just confused why you would spend so much time and effort attacking me.
You claim I bought my own article... yet when I posted it, the article appeared to be already unlocked? (Paywall was opened) I'm not even sure how to re-lock it for me to buy. I only have one account, and clearly buying my own articles is an idiotic idea.
Lastly, if you think only robots, droids, bots, or multiple of my own accounts are buying my posts, can you take a look at my latest post? People have already started rating the articles at the bottom so you can clearly see that real people are buying my articles.
All it seems now is that you're either too jealous or too stubborn to accept this. Even though attacking me does you no good (and actually loses money for you), you choose to do it. @yours admins or @ryanxcharles can confirm I didn't buy my own article, if that pleases you... but if simply attacking a random man on this website is what is pleasing you, then that's something you need to work on.
It looks like this is what catapulted your attacks ;) That's actually pretty funny
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