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A recent partnership with IBM (NYSE:IBM) has seen a relatively new cryptocurrency race up the charts. People are now curious about how to buy Stellar lumens (XLM). But before we get to the topic of how to buy and sell them, let’s take a quick look at what XLM is all about.

What Is Stellar Lumen?
Stellar lumens are units of a digital currency. Each unit is stored on a shared public ledger of the Stellar network, which is based on blockchain technology.  Lumens help move money around the world in quick and secure transactions between different currencies. Lumens help protect the Stellar network and individual Stellar accounts against denial-of-service (DoS) attacks.

Each transaction has a minor fee—0.00001 lumens—associated with it, which prevents large numbers of transactions, which tend to take up space in the ledger and create flooding.

Let me start this with the two basic reasons why to buy Stellar lumens.

First, one needs to have at least 20 lumens to use the Stellar network. Think of it as a minimum balance.

Second, a fee of 0.00001 XLM (almost nothing) is charged for every transaction. This is intended to discourage people from flooding the network with meaningless transactions.

The basic idea behind Stellar was to create a global financial network that is open to anyone. Essentially, Stellar plans to be like a futuristic version of “PayPal.” Stellar uses “anchors” which hold your money and issue credit so people can convert different currencies into Lumen.

Stellar’s multi-currency exchange facility offers users a flexible approach to easily swap currencies on a global scale. What this means in a practical sense is that you could pay your friend in India with XLM and that friend could withdraw the money in Rupees. And when you are travelling abroad, you needn’t bother about converting your money into a foreign currency; you can just pay with your lumens.

Things are really looking up for this altcoin. In October, Stellar began a partnership with IBM to develop a blockchain-based cross-border payment solution that will help increase transaction speeds and reduce transaction costs. This is yet another feather in Stellar’s cap after its collaboration with “KiK,” one of the world’s most-used messaging services. (Source: “How to Buy Stellar Lumens (XLM): Quick Guide,” Medium, last accessed January 1, 2018.)

Stellar aims to do to the cryptocurrency world what credit cards did to the world of fiat currency. If Stellar succeeds (and there is no reason why it should not), it will take a huge chunk out of the credit card system. In fact, if Stellar displaces even 10 percent of the credit card system, its price will skyrocket into three figures. Remember, it’s not even in the single figures now.
Send XLM to my wallet GC4KAS6W2YCGJGLP633A6F6AKTCV4WSLMTMIQRSEQE5QRRVKSX7THV6S MEMO : 565740

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#2
love that way stelar with low fees like , that point can make people think this XLM is worth then make demand increase ! stellar to the moon Big Grin
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(10-01-2018, 02:40 AM)havoc123 Wrote: love that way stelar with low fees like , that point can make people think this XLM is worth then make demand increase ! stellar to the moon Big Grin

i hope so. stellar to the galaxy. exchange bitcoin with stellar now
Send XLM to my wallet GC4KAS6W2YCGJGLP633A6F6AKTCV4WSLMTMIQRSEQE5QRRVKSX7THV6S MEMO : 565740

And I'll give thanks to you  :)
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#4
I feel that stellar will be strong in community based. There are huge opportunites about people who still don't have banking account in developing countries. I feel it's a very good chance and I cant wait for that.
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(11-01-2018, 03:32 AM)flixthecat Wrote: I feel that stellar will be strong in community based. There are huge opportunites about people who still don't have banking account in developing countries. I feel it's a very good chance and I cant wait for that.

after all, no one profits from the base fee. The ledger collects those funds and redistributes them in the process of inflation.
Send XLM to my wallet GC4KAS6W2YCGJGLP633A6F6AKTCV4WSLMTMIQRSEQE5QRRVKSX7THV6S MEMO : 565740

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#6
A very insightful and  positive analysis. The partnership with IBM is indeed a huge plus for the system. It promises to provide "the big push" the currency  needs,  soonest.


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(10-01-2018, 03:34 PM)ngobrol Wrote: i hope so. stellar to the galaxy. exchange bitcoin with stellar now

Haha!!  Both have huge profitability  prospects. That Bitcoin is not doing so well now doesn't  mean we should totally  write it off!
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[Image: stellar-lumens-xlm-potential-1-platform-...n-2018.png]

A recent partnership with IBM (NYSE:IBM) has seen a relatively new cryptocurrency race up the charts. People are now curious about how to buy Stellar lumens (XLM). But before we get to the topic of how to buy and sell them, let’s take a quick look at what XLM is all about.

What Is Stellar Lumen?
Stellar lumens are units of a digital currency. Each unit is stored on a shared public ledger of the Stellar network, which is based on blockchain technology.  Lumens help move money around the world in quick and secure transactions between different currencies. Lumens help protect the Stellar network and individual Stellar accounts against denial-of-service (DoS) attacks.

Each transaction has a minor fee—0.00001 lumens—associated with it, which prevents large numbers of transactions, which tend to take up space in the ledger and create flooding.

Let me start this with the two basic reasons why to buy Stellar lumens.

First, one needs to have at least 20 lumens to use the Stellar network. Think of it as a minimum balance.

Second, a fee of 0.00001 XLM (almost nothing) is charged for every transaction. This is intended to discourage people from flooding the network with meaningless transactions.

The basic idea behind Stellar was to create a global financial network that is open to anyone. Essentially, Stellar plans to be like a futuristic version of “PayPal.” Stellar uses “anchors” which hold your money and issue credit so people can convert different currencies into Lumen.

Stellar’s multi-currency exchange facility offers users a flexible approach to easily swap currencies on a global scale. What this means in a practical sense is that you could pay your friend in India with XLM and that friend could withdraw the money in Rupees. And when you are travelling abroad, you needn’t bother about converting your money into a foreign currency; you can just pay with your lumens.

Things are really looking up for this altcoin. In October, Stellar began a partnership with IBM to develop a blockchain-based cross-border payment solution that will help increase transaction speeds and reduce transaction costs. This is yet another feather in Stellar’s cap after its collaboration with “KiK,” one of the world’s most-used messaging services. (Source: “How to Buy Stellar Lumens (XLM): Quick Guide,” Medium, last accessed January 1, 2018.)

Stellar aims to do to the cryptocurrency world what credit cards did to the world of fiat currency. If Stellar succeeds (and there is no reason why it should not), it will take a huge chunk out of the credit card system. In fact, if Stellar displaces even 10 percent of the credit card system, its price will skyrocket into three figures. Remember, it’s not even in the single
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Quote:Wow this is a great idea. 
But how can this work for me that is still new to the system? 


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Danm!!! Damn!!!! Damn!!!
What a great opportunity pls i need someone to put me through cause am still new to the system
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#8
Great writeup, time with the right investment knowledge and boom
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(12-01-2018, 08:15 PM)ifynicolas Wrote: [Image: stellar-lumens-xlm-potential-1-platform-...n-2018.png]

A recent partnership with IBM (NYSE:IBM) has seen a relatively new cryptocurrency race up the charts. People are now curious about how to buy Stellar lumens (XLM). But before we get to the topic of how to buy and sell them, let’s take a quick look at what XLM is all about.

What Is Stellar Lumen?
Stellar lumens are units of a digital currency. Each unit is stored on a shared public ledger of the Stellar network, which is based on blockchain technology.  Lumens help move money around the world in quick and secure transactions between different currencies. Lumens help protect the Stellar network and individual Stellar accounts against denial-of-service (DoS) attacks.

Each transaction has a minor fee—0.00001 lumens—associated with it, which prevents large numbers of transactions, which tend to take up space in the ledger and create flooding.

Let me start this with the two basic reasons why to buy Stellar lumens.

First, one needs to have at least 20 lumens to use the Stellar network. Think of it as a minimum balance.

Second, a fee of 0.00001 XLM (almost nothing) is charged for every transaction. This is intended to discourage people from flooding the network with meaningless transactions.

The basic idea behind Stellar was to create a global financial network that is open to anyone. Essentially, Stellar plans to be like a futuristic version of “PayPal.” Stellar uses “anchors” which hold your money and issue credit so people can convert different currencies into Lumen.

Stellar’s multi-currency exchange facility offers users a flexible approach to easily swap currencies on a global scale. What this means in a practical sense is that you could pay your friend in India with XLM and that friend could withdraw the money in Rupees. And when you are travelling abroad, you needn’t bother about converting your money into a foreign currency; you can just pay with your lumens.

Things are really looking up for this altcoin. In October, Stellar began a partnership with IBM to develop a blockchain-based cross-border payment solution that will help increase transaction speeds and reduce transaction costs. This is yet another feather in Stellar’s cap after its collaboration with “KiK,” one of the world’s most-used messaging services. (Source: “How to Buy Stellar Lumens (XLM): Quick Guide,” Medium, last accessed January 1, 2018.)

Stellar aims to do to the cryptocurrency world what credit cards did to the world of fiat currency. If Stellar succeeds (and there is no reason why it should not), it will take a huge chunk out of the credit card system. In fact, if Stellar displaces even 10 percent of the credit card system, its price will skyrocket into three figures. Remember, it’s not even in the single
Quote:
Quote:Wow this is a great idea. 
But how can this work for me that is still new to the system? 


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Danm!!!  Damn!!!! Damn!!!
What a great opportunity pls i need someone to put me through cause am still new to the system

Just exchange all of your bitcoin to xlm.
it can make XLM more huge
and hold XLM at your ballance
see what you got after one year
Send XLM to my wallet GC4KAS6W2YCGJGLP633A6F6AKTCV4WSLMTMIQRSEQE5QRRVKSX7THV6S MEMO : 565740

And I'll give thanks to you  :)
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#10
Nice thread, hopefully stellar can still grow up.. cheersss
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#11
that's why so many people are looking to use stellar lumens.
Southeast Asia also have look on this altcoin
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#12
I want to ask about how I can convert my BCH (i.e. Bitcoin Cash on Blockchain network) into Stellar Lumens. Anyone have any idea how to do that? I also have Bitcoins (about 18 US Dollars worth of Bitcoins trapped on Copay wallet, where the transaction costs are quite high) which I would like to convert into Stellar Lumens. Please folks, I need help with these issues.
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(09-01-2018, 02:33 PM)ngobrol Wrote: [Image: stellar-lumens-xlm-potential-1-platform-...n-2018.png]

A recent partnership with IBM (NYSE:IBM) has seen a relatively new cryptocurrency race up the charts. People are now curious about how to buy Stellar lumens (XLM). But before we get to the topic of how to buy and sell them, let’s take a quick look at what XLM is all about.

What Is Stellar Lumen?
Stellar lumens are units of a digital currency. Each unit is stored on a shared public ledger of the Stellar network, which is based on blockchain technology.  Lumens help move money around the world in quick and secure transactions between different currencies. Lumens help protect the Stellar network and individual Stellar accounts against denial-of-service (DoS) attacks.

Each transaction has a minor fee—0.00001 lumens—associated with it, which prevents large numbers of transactions, which tend to take up space in the ledger and create flooding.

Let me start this with the two basic reasons why to buy Stellar lumens.

First, one needs to have at least 20 lumens to use the Stellar network. Think of it as a minimum balance.

Second, a fee of 0.00001 XLM (almost nothing) is charged for every transaction. This is intended to discourage people from flooding the network with meaningless transactions.

The basic idea behind Stellar was to create a global financial network that is open to anyone. Essentially, Stellar plans to be like a futuristic version of “PayPal.” Stellar uses “anchors” which hold your money and issue credit so people can convert different currencies into Lumen.

Stellar’s multi-currency exchange facility offers users a flexible approach to easily swap currencies on a global scale. What this means in a practical sense is that you could pay your friend in India with XLM and that friend could withdraw the money in Rupees. And when you are travelling abroad, you needn’t bother about converting your money into a foreign currency; you can just pay with your lumens.

Things are really looking up for this altcoin. In October, Stellar began a partnership with IBM to develop a blockchain-based cross-border payment solution that will help increase transaction speeds and reduce transaction costs. This is yet another feather in Stellar’s cap after its collaboration with “KiK,” one of the world’s most-used messaging services. (Source: “How to Buy Stellar Lumens (XLM): Quick Guide,” Medium, last accessed January 1, 2018.)

Stellar aims to do to the cryptocurrency world what credit cards did to the world of fiat currency. If Stellar succeeds (and there is no reason why it should not), it will take a huge chunk out of the credit card system. In fact, if Stellar displaces even 10 percent of the credit card system, its price will skyrocket into three figures. Remember, it’s not even in the single figures now.

This is very insightful and educative    UP UP UP UP
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(09-01-2018, 02:33 PM)ngobrol Wrote: [Image: stellar-lumens-xlm-potential-1-platform-...n-2018.png]

A recent partnership with IBM (NYSE:IBM) has seen a relatively new cryptocurrency race up the charts. People are now curious about how to buy Stellar lumens (XLM). But before we get to the topic of how to buy and sell them, let’s take a quick look at what XLM is all about.

What Is Stellar Lumen?
Stellar lumens are units of a digital currency. Each unit is stored on a shared public ledger of the Stellar network, which is based on blockchain technology.  Lumens help move money around the world in quick and secure transactions between different currencies. Lumens help protect the Stellar network and individual Stellar accounts against denial-of-service (DoS) attacks.

Each transaction has a minor fee—0.00001 lumens—associated with it, which prevents large numbers of transactions, which tend to take up space in the ledger and create flooding.

Let me start this with the two basic reasons why to buy Stellar lumens.

First, one needs to have at least 20 lumens to use the Stellar network. Think of it as a minimum balance.

Second, a fee of 0.00001 XLM (almost nothing) is charged for every transaction. This is intended to discourage people from flooding the network with meaningless transactions.

The basic idea behind Stellar was to create a global financial network that is open to anyone. Essentially, Stellar plans to be like a futuristic version of “PayPal.” Stellar uses “anchors” which hold your money and issue credit so people can convert different currencies into Lumen.

Stellar’s multi-currency exchange facility offers users a flexible approach to easily swap currencies on a global scale. What this means in a practical sense is that you could pay your friend in India with XLM and that friend could withdraw the money in Rupees. And when you are travelling abroad, you needn’t bother about converting your money into a foreign currency; you can just pay with your lumens.

Things are really looking up for this altcoin. In October, Stellar began a partnership with IBM to develop a blockchain-based cross-border payment solution that will help increase transaction speeds and reduce transaction costs. This is yet another feather in Stellar’s cap after its collaboration with “KiK,” one of the world’s most-used messaging services. (Source: “How to Buy Stellar Lumens (XLM): Quick Guide,” Medium, last accessed January 1, 2018.)

Stellar aims to do to the cryptocurrency world what credit cards did to the world of fiat currency. If Stellar succeeds (and there is no reason why it should not), it will take a huge chunk out of the credit card system. In fact, if Stellar displaces even 10 percent of the credit card system, its price will skyrocket into three figures. Remember, it’s not even in the single figures now.

nice write u
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(10-01-2018, 02:40 AM)havoc123 Wrote: love that way stelar with low fees like , that point can make people think this XLM is worth then make demand increase ! stellar to the moon Big Grin

Haha... But we need high
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#16
I dont have money to buy for lumens, thats why im here to have a free lumens.
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#17
(14-01-2018, 12:25 PM)Stayalive Wrote: I dont have money to buy for lumens, thats why im here to have a free lumens.

good try. im here to get XLM too. lol
i want to keep it until 2 year
Send XLM to my wallet GC4KAS6W2YCGJGLP633A6F6AKTCV4WSLMTMIQRSEQE5QRRVKSX7THV6S MEMO : 565740

And I'll give thanks to you  :)
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#18
Wow Wow Tnx for ur valuable speech
I think this is the best time to buy some XLM and hodl for futureOne day it will make all XLM hodler rich??Buy Now or cry later
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(09-01-2018, 02:33 PM)ngobrol Wrote: [Image: stellar-lumens-xlm-potential-1-platform-...n-2018.png]

A recent partnership with IBM (NYSE:IBM) has seen a relatively new cryptocurrency race up the charts. People are now curious about how to buy Stellar lumens (XLM). But before we get to the topic of how to buy and sell them, let’s take a quick look at what XLM is all about.

What Is Stellar Lumen?
Stellar lumens are units of a digital currency. Each unit is stored on a shared public ledger of the Stellar network, which is based on blockchain technology.  Lumens help move money around the world in quick and secure transactions between different currencies. Lumens help protect the Stellar network and individual Stellar accounts against denial-of-service (DoS) attacks.

Each transaction has a minor fee—0.00001 lumens—associated with it, which prevents large numbers of transactions, which tend to take up space in the ledger and create flooding.

Let me start this with the two basic reasons why to buy Stellar lumens.

First, one needs to have at least 20 lumens to use the Stellar network. Think of it as a minimum balance.

Second, a fee of 0.00001 XLM (almost nothing) is charged for every transaction. This is intended to discourage people from flooding the network with meaningless transactions.

The basic idea behind Stellar was to create a global financial network that is open to anyone. Essentially, Stellar plans to be like a futuristic version of “PayPal.” Stellar uses “anchors” which hold your money and issue credit so people can convert different currencies into Lumen.

Stellar’s multi-currency exchange facility offers users a flexible approach to easily swap currencies on a global scale. What this means in a practical sense is that you could pay your friend in India with XLM and that friend could withdraw the money in Rupees. And when you are travelling abroad, you needn’t bother about converting your money into a foreign currency; you can just pay with your lumens.

Things are really looking up for this altcoin. In October, Stellar began a partnership with IBM to develop a blockchain-based cross-border payment solution that will help increase transaction speeds and reduce transaction costs. This is yet another feather in Stellar’s cap after its collaboration with “KiK,” one of the world’s most-used messaging services. (Source: “How to Buy Stellar Lumens (XLM): Quick Guide,” Medium, last accessed January 1, 2018.)

Stellar aims to do to the cryptocurrency world what credit cards did to the world of fiat currency. If Stellar succeeds (and there is no reason why it should not), it will take a huge chunk out of the credit card system. In fact, if Stellar displaces even 10 percent of the credit card system, its price will skyrocket into three figures. Remember, it’s not even in the single figures now.

I like your analysis, the most important part of it is that the entry price is relatively low and affordable... so you can be sure this is the best time to come on board   Angry Angry Angry
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