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Old 11-01-18, 22:18   #101
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Get a hardware wallet like a Ledger Nano S
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Old 12-01-18, 07:01   #102
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Get a hardware wallet like a Ledger Nano S
Yes certainly the best option but it currently doesn't support most of the coins I am holding.

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Old 12-01-18, 12:05   #103
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Old 12-01-18, 12:51   #104
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Any volatility derivatives available on these markets yet?
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Old 12-01-18, 12:57   #105
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I've already decided there will be a digital currency to rule them all, one day it'll probably be worldwide as the currency but I'll be long dead. The main thing is to pick the winner for our lifetime, so it's nice to be here at the emergence of a new standard and gambool.

You don't just get to bet on a currency, there are a lot of different areas the blockchain will be used, moneygram are now trialling ripple for sending money around the world etc. Banks use it, businesses will use it. Look at a coins use case when investing in it.
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Old 12-01-18, 13:41   #106
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I've already decided there will be a digital currency to rule them all, one day it'll probably be worldwide as the currency but I'll be long dead. The main thing is to pick the winner for our lifetime, so it's nice to be here at the emergence of a new standard and gambool.

You don't just get to bet on a currency, there are a lot of different areas the blockchain will be used, moneygram are now trialling ripple for sending money around the world etc. Banks use it, businesses will use it. Look at a coins use case when investing in it.
Downside of Ripple is it is not decentralised but its usability is unquestionable.
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Old 12-01-18, 15:28   #107
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I'm simply highlighting that I would disagree that the current market is in any way restricted by barriers to entry or lack of technical skill. It seems user friendly and accessible to me.

As you and I both said DP patience or how time consuming moving funds is a deterrent but I wouldn't call that a barrier to entry or a lack of technical skill.

Shotgun in your lambo to the moon too.
Agreed. If anything, its easier to get setup on something like GDAX than it would be to get funds and get trading on something like TD or Saxo. Thats my experience of it anyway.
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Old 12-01-18, 15:33   #108
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Any volatility derivatives available on these markets yet?
Coming soon I believe. NYSE Direxion 1.25x, 1.5x and 2X Bull/Bear products. Gonna be crazy.
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Old 12-01-18, 16:11   #109
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Seems like a lot of people are diversifying away from Bitcoin atm? Steady decline for the last few days...
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Old 12-01-18, 16:15   #110
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Seems like a lot of people are diversifying away from Bitcoin atm? Steady decline for the last few days...
Great time to buy buy buy!
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Old 13-01-18, 00:56   #111
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What? It is being scaled by 10^3. The market cap would remain exactly the same. I am making no predictions about the price.

1 RaiBlocks = 1000 Nano. So people owning RaiBlocks get the equivalent on this basis.

It is then bought and sold as Nano on the exchanges.

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Yeah nevermind me, don't know how but I misread what you wrote. Heard about nano and also millibit in relation to bitcoin doing the same thing, for obviously different reasons. Avoiding it myself but hope it does good for ya
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Old 13-01-18, 10:54   #112
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Yeah most people are getting into alts now, I am too for the craic! a good chunk of money on kraken to transfer to binance and it's down for two days since. They've offered free trading when it's back up but annoying having the money stuck.

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Great time to buy buy buy!
Will probably buy some if it goes under 13k.
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Old 13-01-18, 11:14   #113
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Kraken status updates are great sometimes, their engineers have been working nonstop for days:

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Old 13-01-18, 14:27   #114
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Bitfinex's solution to the surge of new applicants is to raise the barrier of entry such that new accounts must be funded to a minimum of the equivalent of $10k to be activated.
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Ouch saw that, can take it straight back out again but they get to charge you for the pleasure.

Kraken are back up now and have given free trading for all of Jan.
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Old 13-01-18, 19:50   #116
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wtf is happening to Bitcoin Diamond, up 1000% on kucoin and 500% on binance. I didn't even know I had any but checked and I do...

Some sweet manipulation there.


Bitcoin gold is up too (40%).
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Old 13-01-18, 23:16   #117
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Ah the classic bitcoin after-timing has finally hit our shores
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Old 15-01-18, 00:28   #118
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Man thank you to that boards thread reminding people that they signed up for free stellar lumens in bargain alerts in 2014. Was about to buy 300 tonight but chanced my arm and tried to log into their site, had 501 free ones on there, fuck yeah. No recollection really, just this little voice in my head saying check.

Some people on boards had 4/5k
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Old 15-01-18, 12:39   #119
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I haven't ever put in a cent to cryptos so you can all point and laugh at me when you're squillionaires. I have however been working closer to the bone in finance than nearly all of you guys and, to me, the words of Mr Money Mustache make a lot of sense.
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Old 15-01-18, 12:47   #120
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And Buffett, of course.
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