BTC
ETH
XRP
BCH
LTC
Change theme

Analysis

Friday Inferno market update

  Analysis

TL;DR some unexpected action in the markets this week.

Last week closed heavily in the red, with bitcoin plumbing lows beneath $3,500 and looking decidedly as if it was planning on heading lower still. Indicators (and analysts) were predominantly bearish.

Incredibly, though, it didn’t happen. Despite falling volumes and momentum apparently being very much to the downside, BTC put in a double bottom, staged a rally and pushed back above $4,000, taking many traders by surprise. This was not classic capitulation and is, frankly, a curious development.

Bitcoin will encounter significant resistance in the $4,300–$4,600 range, which is where it temporarily topped out on Thursday after pushing above $4,400. This level saw a large amount of activity on the way down ten days ago, and bitcoin paused here in its slide, so this will take some bull pressure to move past. If we do, there’s more around $5,200 and, of course, unprecedented resistance at the $5,700–$6,000 range.

For now, there’s been some respite. Right now, on the weekly, we are seeing a green candle. But the big picture is far from clear, and without that expected final high-volume capitulation the ‘bottom’ lacks conviction. Thus we’d expect to revisit those levels again at some point in the short- to medium-term; the market likes to test these things to make sure. The reversal was lacklustre, so we’re still looking for sustained volume and a decisive move on the back of that before we can call it one way or the other.

As things stand, we’re consolidating in the $4,000-4,300 range, which is positive; there may even be a tentative bull flag forming, in which case we’d look for a push through $4,600 resistance and rapidly above $5k. Alternatively, of course, we’ll break down – at which point lower lows become far more likely.

In short, it’s a very interesting time but we’re not going to shout ‘Moon!’ prematurely. If volume and price both continue to increase, we’ll start to feel more relaxed. It’s more bullish than it’s been for a while, but the bear may have more fight left in him. BTC loves to keep us guessing.

Red hot news, scorching wit and searing opinion pieces from Crypto Inferno.

Join us on
Telegram: https://t.me/crypto_inferno
Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoInferno/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/CryptoInferno_
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CryptoInferno/
Medium: https://medium.com/cryptoinferno
Steemit: https://steemit.com/@crypto.inferno

How to short crypto

  News

Crypto is volatile, and sometimes you know a coin is going to go down – but you don’t have any to sell. Shorting is a way to profit when the market falls.

Disclaimer: crypto is volatile, leverage is dangerous, this is not financial advice, hmmkay?

Buy crypto. Wait for price to rise. Sell crypto. Profit. Simple, right?

But what if crypto is going down? What if you didn’t buy low but still want to sell high? That’s what short selling is for.

When shorting, what’s essentially happening is you’re borrowing coins from someone, selling them, then buying them back lower. Then you return the original coins and pocket the difference. Simple, right?

Of course, if the market goes the other way, you’re going to end up paying more than you sold the coins for. If you borrow a lot, the bill can be high.

That’s why you’ll put down collateral, and if the price moves too hard against you, you’ll be ‘liquidated’ – your position will be closed before your losses exceed the money you have to pay for it. With that in mind, here’s how to short sell. We’ll be using Poloniex as our exchange, though the process is similar elsewhere.

Getting started

You’ll need funds in your account, and you’ll need to transfer some BTC or other crypto to your Margin balance for collateral. Then click on the Margin Trading tab and get started.

Polo offers 250% margin, which means that for every 1 BTC you deposit to your Margin account, you can sell up to 2.5 BTC of the crypto you think is going to fall in value. Be warned: the more of your margin balance you use up, the less the market has to move to liquidate you. It’s worth keeping some in reserve to prevent that. Good risk management is vital if you’re going to be successful.

Pick your crypto from the list of coins including in margin trading. We’ll look at CLAM since it’s been on a bit of a tear recently and we like the odds of it dropping. On the right-hand trading tab, go to Sell CLAM. You can pick a limit price, just like a normal limit order, so if the price rises that high your order automatically opens. Then you select the amount you want to sell, which you’ll note is up to 2.5 times the funding in your margin account. Don’t worry too much about the loan rate – this is the daily rate for borrowing that coin, which will slightly increase your costs and will be included in your open position.

Click Margin Sell, and your position is open – you’ll see it appear on the page below the chart. You can close some or all of it quickly at any time by clicking Close on the right-hand side of the bar.

Alternatively, if you want to wait for the market to fall to a pre-set level before you close out your position, simply open a margin buy order at the price you want to close it, for the same amount. All being well, the two will cancel out when the price drops that far.

There are more ways you can limit your risk, including using a Stop order, but that’s for another time. Meanwhile, happy trading and stay safe!

Red hot news, scorching wit and searing opinion pieces from Crypto Inferno.

Join us on
Telegram: https://t.me/crypto_inferno
Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoInferno/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/CryptoInferno_
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CryptoInferno/
Medium: https://medium.com/cryptoinferno
Steemit: https://steemit.com/@crypto.inferno

Inferno picks: Storj

  News

Storj, ‘Decentralized cloud storage that is automatically encrypted, easily implemented, highly performant, exceptionally economical, and ridiculously resilient.’ That’s what they say about themselves, anyway. But what does Inferno say?

Storj is one of those Old Timer crypto projects. Not as old as some, but it’s been around since 2014 and given that it’s still here, that makes it one of the longest-lasting initiatives around. It was first demoed in March 2014, at a Bitcoin hackathon. The team later raised around $500,000 in BTC.

After Ethereum launched the project ultimately became a token on the Ethereum blockchain. It has received VC funding and a successful second token sale, picking up $30 million in June 2017. Already in beta, Storj is launching properly in early 2019, which means that five years of work are about to come to fruition.

The idea of Storj is to decentralise file storage, giving the benefits of a conventional platform like Dropbox without the centralisation that puts files at risk from deletion, tampering or theft. It’s all encrypted, and the sharding mechanism means that files can be stored in multiple locations without overloading the blockchain – not every node has to store every file, but there’s enough redundancy to make sure you can always recover your documents. It works similar to Torrents, except that in the case of Storj only the file owner knows where their files are stored. A set of rules ensures that there’s enough redundancy, but not too much, which would be inefficient. Regular (hourly) audits ensure that all the pieces of the files are always there so nothing is lost.

Storage comes in at $0.015 per GB per month. You’ll find prices for commercial providers vary wildly, but that actually seems to come in at cheaper than most on a small scale.

Now, five years is a long time in crypto, and a number of other similar projects have arisen – distributed services (storage, computing, bandwidth…) are a big thing for blockchain. So does Storj have what it takes? We’ll find out in January, but with a large community of storage providers, it does look set to gain some genuine traction. You can find out more here.

Red hot news, scorching wit and searing opinion pieces from Crypto Inferno.

Join us on
Telegram: https://t.me/crypto_inferno
Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoInferno/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/CryptoInferno_
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CryptoInferno/
Medium: https://medium.com/cryptoinferno
Steemit: https://steemit.com/@crypto.inferno

Tuesday Inferno market update

  Analysis

TL;DR the Bear gathers momentum – but it’s surely time for a bounce.

This has been one of the roughest weeks for bulls in a very long time.

Sunday’s crash saw bitcoin bottom at $3,475 (Bitstamp). This was followed by a brief bounce, but this was little more than a reaction rally and short-squeeze – something almost inevitable when the market falls so far so fast. The support level that had formed at $4,200 shortly before has become resistance, and bitcoin failed to punch through this: the bounce was weak and BTC soon drifted back below $4,000.

As Sunday closed, RSI dropped to 31.45 on the weekly, indicating we are approaching oversold conditions. It takes a lot of bearish action to push RSI under 30 on such a long timeframe. In fact, the last time that happened was the capitulation crash of January 2015, when the RSI read 27.53. But don’t get your hopes up just yet, because it hit 30.34 at the end of September 2014, with a low of $275. Anyone who bought that dip would have congratulated themselves as the price quickly rose back above $450 – but then plunged to its ultimate low of $152. There’s good reason to think we’re not at the end of this bear market yet.

Nevertheless, these things don’t happen in a single clean swoop – as the 2015 example above illustrates. The market can remain irrational longer than you can remain solvent, as the saying goes, but it keeps people guessing. When conditions are this oversold, a reaction rally is on the cards. When it will happen and where it will end we can’t say, though we’ve previously noted that there will be killer resistance at $5,700–$6,000, since this has been incredibly strong support in the past. It’s highly unlikely we’ll break through that on the first attempt and the rejection of those levels might see one last leg for the bear market.

On Monday BTC dropped back towards Sunday’s low but did not fall beneath it. At the time of writing – and things change fast – BTC has managed to remain above last week’s low. It does seem likely that BTC will drop lower at some point; the 200 weekly moving average stands at around $3,150, which also lines up with historic support. However, there’s no telling whether that will happen this week, or further down the line after a bounce.

We’ve been hearing all kinds of wild predictions about how low BTC might go. BitMEX CEO Arthur Hayes, who earlier this year predicted $5,000 would happen, has gone on record saying $3,000 is quite possible. Others have stated $2,000 is likely, or even that the old all-time high of $1,200 will be revisited. Fear is as strong as hope; back in 2014, people were predicting double and even single digits. If you’re trading, manage your risk carefully; you can find where to learn how here.

Red hot news, scorching wit and searing opinion pieces from Crypto Inferno.

Join us on
Telegram: https://t.me/crypto_inferno
Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoInferno/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/CryptoInferno_
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CryptoInferno/
Medium: https://medium.com/cryptoinferno
Steemit: https://steemit.com/@crypto.inferno

YouTube picks: Alessio Rastani and Crypto Kirby

  News

Crypto trading is not for the faint hearted. Here are two experts who help you make smart decisions.

The crypto world can be incredibly simplistic. Bitcoin is dead; bitcoin is going to $1 million. The truth, of course, generally lies between the extremes but there are few who take the trouble to uncover it.

If you’re trading this market, you have to be one of those few or you won’t last long. Crypto can be brutal at the best of times; right now it’s an absolute animal and that animal is an angry bear. If you get your information from Crypto Twitter (CT) or the forums, you probably have the survival chances of a snowball in a supernova. Reliable sources of information and education are rare, but they do exist. Two of our favourites are Crypto Kirby and Alessio Rastani.

Kirby is a full-time swing trader who posts daily updates about the markets and his moves. He has a subscriber-only channel where he gives real-time information about his trades, but you can get a lot of good data from the regular channel. His updates are punctuated with desk-slapping and jibes at unsophisticated traders, ‘Moonboy Montgomery’, ‘Average Joe’, ‘James at the Watercooler’, ‘Poopcoin Patrick’. Initially these were annoying but they kind of grow on you, especially when you realise there’s some great, unemotional and very rational technical analysis here. If you’re trading BTC or ETH, you could do a lot worse than to take in a few of these videos.

Rastani is a UK-based self-taught trader who became a controversial figure after an appearance on the BBC back in the financial crisis, in which he stated he dreamed of another recession and that, as a trader, it was his job to make money whatever the market direction. The same is true of financial institutions. ‘Governments don’t rule the world; Goldman Sachs rule the world.’ He received heavy criticism and ridicule for this, though – looking at the matter objectively – he is right. It was simply honesty and a position far more prevalent than most people grasp. Goldman Sachs is not your friend. Misunderstood or not, Rastani posts regular updates about bitcoin and is a conservative, realistic trader who gives plenty of good information.

In both cases, these traders won’t tell you what you want to hear. They are dispassionate; when circumstances call for being short, they will short. When long, they will long. Risk management is key. They’re both worth your time if you want to trade BTC.

You can find Kirby here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOaew10hdmtfa0MinTjOBqg

And Rastani here: https://www.youtube.com/user/alessiorastani

Red hot news, scorching wit and searing opinion pieces from Crypto Inferno.

Join us on
Telegram: https://t.me/crypto_inferno
Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoInferno/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/CryptoInferno_
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CryptoInferno/
Medium: https://medium.com/cryptoinferno
Steemit: https://steemit.com/@crypto.inferno

These might be the most important crypto articles you read this year

  News

It’s been a brutal year for crypto. If you’re a hodler, not a trader, then you’ve seen the value of your portfolio decrease by anything from 75% to 90% or even more. You’ll be wondering where the bottom is, or whether there even will be an end to the downward slide.

It may not feel like it, but these are also times of opportunity. At some point the market will bottom out. Then there will be an accumulation phase, and the new cycle will start. Last time around, those who managed to buy during the capitulation ($155) saw over 100-fold returns. That happened fast and the opportunity was soon over, but the market then saw a long period of stability at $220-240.

The trick, of course, is knowing when it’s time to buy. If you sold higher up, particularly above $10k or $15k, it’s not so critical – these prices are bargains by comparison even if they go lower. Naturally, the smarter you can be, the more ROI you’ll squeeze out of your investment.

The following two articles are excellent overviews of how market cycles work – particularly in bitcoin – and the least risky time to get back in.

The first article describes the pattern followed by almost every speculative bubble in history, and how with each bubble bitcoin makes a ‘higher low’. That is, prices at the end of each bubble are exponentially higher than after the end of the last, so that it only makes sense to view the overall progression on a log chart. It then unpacks the cycle into four stages. For our purposes, only the last two, capitulation and accumulation, are important at the moment. In fact, we’ll assume you’re not a pro-trader who manages to call the market and pick up BTC at rock-bottom prices – levels that might last for hours or minutes only. You’ll need to accumulate carefully, over a period of time, and at a time when mainstream media is silent on bitcoin or still deriding it. The guys who bought following the Bitstamp hack at the beginning of 2015 – that’s who you need to be.

The second article looks at the same thing from a more technical perspective, looking at not just where the market bottoms but how you know it really has bottomed, and that it’s safe to get back in again. You won’t pick up BTC so cheaply, but it will be lower risk (never zero risk). In this instance, we’re looking for a retest of old support after price has dropped below it, made a higher low, then a higher high. If established support holds, that’s promising. For 2015 that point was around $300. We need to watch and see how this market plays out, but it could be $6,000 this time around – we won’t know where to set our expectations until the bear market has gone on longer and new support and resistance are established.

 

Read these two articles carefully. They may change the way you view the bear market and the opportunities it holds.

Red hot news, scorching wit and searing opinion pieces from Crypto Inferno.

Join us on
Telegram: https://t.me/crypto_inferno
Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoInferno/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/CryptoInferno_
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CryptoInferno/
Medium: https://medium.com/cryptoinferno
Steemit: https://steemit.com/@crypto.inferno

 

Friday Inferno market report

  Analysis

TL;DR Embrace the bear.

Crypto’s slide into the abyss continues, as Tuesday’s trading marked a low of $4,049 (Bitstamp). Since then we saw a relief rally back beyond $4,600 – all but inevitable after such a heavy plunge – and now, at the time of writing, BTC sits at $4,320. Last night it plumbed similar depths, touching $4,061.

Inferno will never give you financial advice, but we can point to plenty of evidence that we’re going lower. Just as bitcoin never finishes a bull market quietly, instead preferring an epic blow-out parabolic top, it doesn’t tend to bottom quietly either. At some point, we’re looking for capitulation: a sudden, deep spike down and back up again on huge volume. That hasn’t happened yet. It may not happen for weeks or months, but happen we believe it must.

Between now and that event – which will set up smart traders and investors for the next market cycle and possibly for life – there will be many ups and downs. In the short term, we expect a drop below $4,000 with targets in the $3,500–$3,600 range. Should that occur, it’s quite likely that we’ll see a considerable rally back up towards resistance at $5,000–$6,000, before a final leg down and end to the bear market. We’ll explore why we think that in later posts because there’s lots to it.

For now, we’re looking at support around the mid-$3,000 level. That lines up with a pause in activity from the bullrun over a year ago now and so is all we’ve got for now. As we’ve noted before, this market is wide open because the parabolic nature of the 2017 rally means that little was established in the way of support and resistance. But suffice to say it’s Black Friday, and we’re looking for a big discount on crypto today or over the weekend.

Things change on a daily basis with bitcoin, so as new information comes in we’ll be re-evaluating our position. But if we had to nail our colours to the mast, we’d say it might play out like this:

Sub–$4k (perhaps around $3,500) –> $5,000–$5,500 –> Final capitulation.

That lowest level could be $3k, it could be lower. We just won’t know until we get there.

Red hot news, scorching wit and searing opinion pieces from Crypto Inferno.

Join us on
Telegram: https://t.me/crypto_inferno
Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoInferno/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/CryptoInferno_
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CryptoInferno/
Medium: https://medium.com/cryptoinferno
Steemit: https://steemit.com/@crypto.inferno

Bitcointalk: what is it good for?

  News
TL;DR if you’re into crypto, steel yourself and get in there – just don’t spend too long or it’s going to take more than a shower to wash off the grime.

Bitcointalk. It’s the forum that Satoshi Nakamoto himself set up in the early days of Bitcoin to discuss his new idea for electronic cash. He conversed with geeks, libertarians, goldbugs and those with a penchant for Austrian economics.

And then he took a step back and gave control of the forums to others, and bitcoin became popular. And that’s where things changed. Because bitcointalk turned from a forum for aficionados and curious computer nerds into one of the biggest cesspools on the internet. Its libertarian roots meant it has maintained a freedom-of-speech mentality which means that trolls go uncensored, and so it can get about as offensive as is possible. But it’s still useful at times. So, what is bitcointalk good for?

  1. Tech support. Bitcointalk is a huge, sprawling forum with many sections and thousands of threads. If you need some help with crypto, there’s a very good chance you’ll find it here. You might need to hunt a bit, but there’s a thread for almost every crypto product and project that exists. And there are helpful people here, even if they’re badly outnumbered.
  2. Information. Just about any new crypto initiative starts with a presence on bitcointalk. New ICOs, businesses, hardware projects. Many have official threads that are actively maintained by representatives. Others have unofficial support threads. It’s also a good place to find out about scams: if there’s any doubt about a project you’ll find it voiced here, often with some good analysis. And plenty of paranoia and false accusations, so you’ll have to be discerning!
  3. Trolls. They thrive here. In the more popular threads, you’ll find some of the world’s most disgusting and pathetic humans. Uncensored, they take pleasure in spreading their misery and lies. A little use of the Ignore button goes a long way, and in some threads can reduce new post count to near zero. Watching them turn on each other is also entertaining.
  4. Spam. Depending on your thread, for every useful post and every troll, there are many, many useless ones. Get used to skim reading as you search for the diamond in the coal face.
  5. Losing your life. Not physically, although you might wish that on some of bitcointalk’s members. The forum is a warning of the dangers of the internet. There are people here who spend their life trolling and discussing nonsense. Some have been at it for years: typing furiously yet contributing nothing to anyone present, let alone the wider world. Pity them, and be careful never to become one – even for a short while.

TL;DR keep the focus on crypto and bitcointalk can be a mine of useful information. Lose it and you risk losing much more.

Red hot news, scorching wit and searing opinion pieces from Crypto Inferno.

Join us on
Telegram: https://t.me/crypto_inferno
Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoInferno/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/CryptoInferno_
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CryptoInferno/
Medium: https://medium.com/cryptoinferno
Steemit: https://steemit.com/@crypto.inferno

0chain – free decentralised storage

  News

Continuing our earlier series on interesting blockchain projects, this time we’re looking at 0chain (ZCN).

Disclaimer: This is an introductory article that does not constitute investment advice.

If you read our ‘Proof of…’ post, you’ll realise there are lots of ways of establishing decentralised consensus, but they typically require a scarce resource, like computing power (hashrate, aka PoW), coin supply (PoS) or something else. In the case of some protocols, that scarce resource is something we all use, whether that’s bandwidth, storage or one of the other elements that makes the internet go round.

That’s what Storj and Sia are looking at, and it’s also what 0chain does. 0chain (ZCN) are targeting enterprise, claiming the fastest enterprise-grade blockchain – which is no small feat giving the growing competition. It’s designed to allow users to create their own customised chains that operate with the speed of traditional cloud services. 0chain claim billions of transactions on their ‘DevNet’, with many different services available. But as much as the tech, we’re interested in the business model.

The overall idea is that businesses pay large amounts of money for cloud services, but these costs are sunk: the resource has been paid for, and that’s it. However, much of those services are wasted – for example, unused storage. 0chain allows companies to access storage by purchasing and locking tokens, which can then be unlocked and sold, or reused once the contract is up. This enables holders to access computing resources but to turn those costs into a reusable asset.

While there’s plenty more to explore (which you can do on their site, https://0chain.net/), what’s perhaps most interesting about 0chain is the reusable tokens angle. In most similar cases, you pay tokens for a service, and these go to miners who provide the storage/resources to you. Here, that’s not the case. The model is, for businesses, sustainable and flips on its head the normal way of accessing cloud services. From bitcointalk:

We need the DApps to hold tokens based on an expected computational and storage need that they would pay a traditional cloud annually, except that they just need to hold it like a bank. There are no fees. And if the DApp happens to hold enough tokens initially, and the token value increases, then they have a free scalable cloud for years to come without buying any additional tokens. This holding rate is adjusted on a regular basis to control the inflation rate, and these adjustments are done such that the reward pool lasts at least 100 years.

Like everything else, ZCN has been punished by the bear market, but all things considered it’s not doing too badly. We’ll be keeping an eye on this one.

Red hot news, scorching wit and searing opinion pieces from Crypto Inferno.

Join us on
Telegram: https://t.me/crypto_inferno
Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoInferno/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/CryptoInferno_
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CryptoInferno/
Medium: https://medium.com/cryptoinferno
Steemit: https://steemit.com/@crypto.inferno

Tuesday Inferno market update

  Analysis

Well, it’s happening: the last week has seen some brutal market action for bitcoin.

Bitcoin broke its long-term support at the $5,700-6,000 zone on Wednesday, plunging abruptly to $5,200. After a brief bounce and period of consolidation around $5,500 over the weekend, it again dropped on Monday to challenge the psychological support at $5k. After some hesitation, this proved no great barrier and the price headed into the $4,500 range (at the time of writing).

The parabolic nature of the run-up last year means there’s little in the way of technical resistance, so it’s impossible to call where the bottom might be. As yet, we have certainly not seen the momentum and volumes that indicate capitulation. Aside from $5,000, we see potential resistance at the $4,500 and $3,500 levels. Will BTC go lower? It’s impossible to tell, of course, but nothing should be discounted. Still, the $3,500 zone should provide some pause if it’s hit.

If BTC has suffered, the alts have fared worse – especially ETH, which has been flippened into second place by XRP. Ethereum has been impacted by the SEC’s recent ruling against two 2017 ICO issuers, entailing fines and the requirement they return funds to investors. This enforcement likely played into the crash across the crypto markets, with traders seeking to frontrun further action against ICO issuers. Meanwhile the BCash hashwars rage on; Wright’s SV chain and Wu/Ver’s ABC are vying for first place, alternating which is ahead. Resources are being expended on this, and it will be a case of who can afford to keep it up the longest. Right now SV looks to be losing, but it’s not over until it’s over.

Whenever the recovery starts, BTC will have tough headwinds to contend with at $6k. This has been tested many times as support, with huge amounts of money. Support traditionally turns into resistance on the way back up, and breaking it will be no small matter: it is likely the most powerful resistance level ever established in the bitcoin market.

It’s not all bad news, thankfully. The Swiss HODL ETP (exchange-traded product) has been approved, meaning that investors will gain access to a basket of five crypto assets on the Swiss stock exchange. And Bakkt is on course for launch early in December, offering an on-ramp for institutional money. The timing of this will be interesting. 12 December is just over three weeks away and that is plenty of time for the market to nosedive to ‘despair’ levels and beyond, offering corporate clients some bargain Christmas prices.

Red hot news, scorching wit and searing opinion pieces from Crypto Inferno.

Join us on
Telegram: https://t.me/crypto_inferno
Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoInferno/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/CryptoInferno_
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CryptoInferno/
Medium: https://medium.com/cryptoinferno
Steemit: https://steemit.com/@crypto.inferno

Like us on Facebook