I read the Whitepaper, but maybe I got something wrong. Could you please elaborate on “the design is completely unstainable”?
However, I also don’t like them not explaining why the picked base 3, but there seems to be a reason for that (I haven’t watched the video yet).
In my opinion, it is a very interesting idea and in contrast to many other cryptocurrencies tries something different than Bitcoin and it appears to be resistant against quantum computing.
Also, I’m using this thread for discussion and not pumping (I wouldn’t even be able to pump a coin, my reach is far too small ) and I would like to hear your arguments against iota. I just wanted to get a general idea what people on this forum are trading (and how they are trading their coins), because it is an interesting subject these days. Sure, there are a lot of pump-and-dumps as well, but (at least imho) iota is far from that.
I’m also aware that there are some fishy things going on in the crpyto scene, and the recent (shortlived) drop in BTC, might have been wealthy people figuring out how much they can make BTC drop, because soon it will be unfortunately possible to short-sell it.
@snowBlind623: I sold my first partial share at 9.7k and sold most again when it appeared to drop. However, since it recovered I re-bought it at around 10.5k. (Sure I missed out on 8%, but the candle chart shows strength again). That being said, I also expected a dip back to around 5k even, but the dip is cancelled (for now).