Hope the app can be useful to others. I made it as I wanted something more simple than those in the markets, just enter a number of coins and see their value. I wasn't too interested in adding prices bought and sold etc.
The app is available via the links below:
iOS LINK (Still missing a couple features compared to Android - I'm working on them!)
Any feedback is welcome!
I like your presentation, but you can use CoinMarketCap to see historical values of cryptocoins a year ago and then see how much you would have today if you did the same experiment a year ago.
But still, I like your experiment because you are analyzing your experience as you are going. I will be following along =)
As the title suggest, a friend and myself have been working hard on Delta, a cryptocoin portfolio manager so you can easily keep track of all your trading activity. :)
It's quite similar to Blockfolio but since we used BF a lot ourselves, we thought it could be improved. So here is our first try. We'll continue adding features of course. Highlights are probably that you can keep track of ICO's that aren't one exchanges yet. As well as 'Deduct/Add from holdings'.
You can download it for free straight away via https://getdelta.io
Looking forward to your feedback! We know some stuff is still missing but we're super motivated to add a lot of extra features in the coming weeks and months.
PS: We actually pushed our second update already, which you can read more about here: https://medium.com/getdelta/delta-1-2-is-available-now-2c5327f3625f
Hello everyone! Since last fall I have been working a cryptocurrency tracker. I noticed that most apps on the store either required sign in, in app purchases or had a bunch of ads, I want to change that. Cryptocurrency is for everyone, not just for those who pays. The app is still a WIP but I just released a big update for iOS so I thought it would be a good idea to show it now and hopefully get some feedback from you guys. The Android vesion is a little behind since I´m building for both platform. Please check it out if you have some extra time: Hope you like it :)
If you hold all your $DOGE in RH, you don't actually own $DOGE - you just have financial exposure to the asset. You can't take it off the platform, so all you can do with it is sell it back to Robinhood. If you want to be able to "use" it in the future (and actually still own it, since Robinhood won't last forever) you should buy $DOGE from a real exchange and store it in a wallet for which you own the private key.
Not your keys, not your crypto. ;)
You could have just used the https://www.kraken.com/ether wallet sweeper bam. In the exchange do a trade get your btc and withdraw. That's it.
firing up a quick Ubuntu vm, one line install, one line to import, one line to send.I did it on win 10.
Send to shapeshift.io instant transfer.
Buying the token was never meant to be an investment. It was to fund the project and get ether for dev purposes.
Good you helped him and now you have a working ethereum environment. You might want to play with some of the new contracts and dapps being created
I like Binance. I was a little hesitant on moving away from the US ones. The interface is pretty easy. Just going to put that referral for a selfless promotion... :)
I mean people are so fucking stupid on this subreddit sometime. If you just hodl good coins you will be fine....Instead of trying to daytrade all the god damn time.
I suggest everyone read "The Intelligent Investor" by Ben Graham.
Good Coins (IN MY OPINION): :
XRP-Parternships with bank, active subreddit, in the news, mentioned frequently
IOTA: SOME big named partnership, seperate tech (tangle) might have first mover advantage in the tangle.
NEO: Based in another country, from what I know they seem pretty legit.
XLM: IBM parternship
WTC: very interesting plan, well organized
ADA: Cant justify, dirt cheap, figured why not
Powr: Interesting coin based in AUS, heavily involved in industry / is looking in that direction.
VTC: Cant justify, havent looked into this.
XMR: truly decentralized currency.
Obviously meme coins: dogecoin, potcoin, all shit most likely, again, maybe im wrong.
I am up 4X my initial investment with this portfolio from only 3 weeks ago.
That’s a really good point. We’re adding a blacklist feature by the end of the month. That way you can ignore certain coins and get the next largest market cap coin instead.
Here’s our roadmap :)
What I did for a similar project was using the Poloniex API ( https://poloniex.com/support/api/) to obtain all the historical data from their exchange.
The advantage is that you can get it quite high resolution (5 minutes) but the drawback is that for BTC and Ethereum they only have the last two years or so of historical data.
Seriously, don't use Etoro for crypto. It's the worst
Are you asking a general question about technical indicators? Oh, I did say "ask me anything" ... ok... well I like the Parabolic SAR.
A friend of mine says the head and shoulders pattern is 80% accurate on predicting profitable entries.
WARNING! Skycoin is an exit scam in progress. To read up more about it, read these two articles:
By using that link, you help me out, but it costs nothing extra to you. You are free to just type changelly.com in the browser.
My advice to you is to get out of Tether asap!!!
I second that. Most top 10 coins are solid but some are more volatile than others. Litecoin literally didn't move for years until recently. To check a coin's price history you can check it out on https://coinmarketcap.com/
My holdings at the moment: ETH, XEM, PIVx, Dash, a little BTC and some exotic stuff. Good luck trading and let us know how you do!
Here's an entertaining tidbit I got from researching AdEx after your inquiry. In their direction statement, AdEx Ambira mentions that their team originally had a hard time having to juggle many crypto wallets/apps/tools for the AdEx platform so they decided to make their own wallet instead. I'm not sure if this caused the rebrand as well LOL
But NGL if the main point of the wallet is to make a more accessible wallet that their staff could also use, then it might not be that bad of an idea to stake post-rebrand.
From what I understand it will still use siacoin in the background, but there will be a lite client that can be authorized to share and download files without having to play around with the wallet. I'm not sure how they are going to implement it, but I'm guessing you can prepay for other people.
Here is the link to their roadmap. They are very public and organized:
Beginner: Get an OCASH or TENX card and spend your multiple crypto currencies however you want. (Unsure if TENX lets you withdraw to fiat like OCASH will or just lets you spend it on purchases)
Intermediate: Send crypto to bitshares DEX(decentralized exchange). Convert desired amount to bitUSD or other smart coins of choice bitEURO, bitGOLD, etc. (Smart coins are backed by 200% collateral in bitshares which avoids counterparty risk.) Then use OCASH (https://steemit.com/blockchain/@bloggersclub/openledger-all-in-one-payment-card-solution) to spend or withdraw your crypto to fiat.
Advanced: Send crypto to bitshares DEX. Convert some of your crypto into bitshares (BTS). Then borrow the amount of smartcoins (bitUSD, bitEURO, etc.) you want by locking away a certain amount of bitshares collateral to bring your smartcoins into existence. Spend the smartcoins or withdraw fiat using OCASH. Enjoy an interest free loan backed by your own collateral which eliminates potential capital gains from actually selling your crypto for fiat. Then, ideally, watch bitshares price appreciate relative to fiat which makes your loan cost less and less until eventually your loan is worth a fraction of the bitshares it was originally worth and then you can pay it back. But, there's always the risk of bitshares price dropping a significant amount and your loan being margin called if you don't adjust your collateral to cover it.
TNW didn't endorse us. They just covered HodlBot and I on a piece of data analysis I did on this: https://thenextweb.com/hardfork/2018/04/09/reddit-cryptocurrency-bitcoin-hodl-stats
It ended up getting picked by a few other outlets Bloomberg, and Investopedia
I'm in love with this tech.
I've got cold storage private keys. I'm looking for apps that'll help me send crypto to friends and family who aren't familiar with the tech. (Shout-out to Celo and their mobile app)
I'm programming a rig right now to help secure a network somewhere. This stuff is so badass.
I enjoy the humor and lightheartedness but this stuff definitely ain't a Wallstreet bets joke. Don't invest what you aren't prepared to lose. Don't diamond hands your life saving away on a meme coin. Everything is all about risk management, even the very nature of decentralization is about risk management for human behaviors and corruption.
Read about projects, what they do, what problem they solve, their team and so forth.
Buy the tokens you believe will be worth a lot more.
Do not put all your eggs in one basket, diversify.
Adopt to new developments, adjust your bags accordingly.
Never trade on emotions or day to day. You will lose money unless you have key information no one else has. The nr1 way people lose money is by day trading. The nr.2 reason is gambling.
Most importantly of all. Learn how to safely store your crypto. Hardware wallets such as Trezor or Ledger are amazing and "idiot proof".
I had issues redrawing my funds too. It took a week for them to responds but they did. here is their answer. >Thank you for getting in touch and apologies for the delay in responding.
>Please note that withdrawal approvals often take up to 24hours, typically they're cleared much sooner. Unfortunately this wasn't the case here but I can confirm that your withdrawal is now complete.
>There are many reasons why this can happen but so as to help avoid similar delays for future withdrawals then enabling Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) on your Poloniex account should help. Poloniex STRONGLY recommends enabling 2FA as soon as possible. Without 2FA, your funds and some private data are only as safe as your email credentials.
>You can enable it here: https://poloniex.com/2fa
>You can also learn more about the importance of 2FA here:
>If you have any questions about the process, please just reply and we'll walk you through it.
>We appreciate your patience.
>Javan Green >Poloniex Support<
By the sounds of your post it would suggest you are going to buy and hold mid/long term. If that is true, buy now and by statistics you'll make a good return.
If Crypto continues to be a bull market (which by all signs it will be for a long time to come), it's not worth looking for ~$5 dips in the current state of affairs.
Look into getting a hardware wallet for safe storage and to buy/sell I would recommend a combination of Coinbase and Binance. This will make it easy to deposit to your Coinbase account from a bank account (has a bit of a wait...5 days I think) or Credit/Debit (Instant, just have to go into your transactions and confirm 2 pending charges they put on for a dollar that they remove after).
Once you get the coins in Coinbase, you can then send the funds to your Binance account (obv. make an account on binance first). You can find your wallet hash in "Deposits".
It can be a bit confusing so please let me know if you need me to walk you through in PM. :)
Best of luck! To the moon ;)
You can buy crypto like fiat to Bitcoin from various exchanges like Coinbase. Now I won't recommend Coinbase due to the rates they're using, they're higher than the average market. There are many out there for fiat to Bitcoin exchanges, then you can transfer it to some major exchange that supports a lot like this one: https://www.binance.com/?ref=12738099 Binance supports a lot of cryptos, but doesn't offer fiat to crypto exchanges. Not sure what's open to your local area.
You can move some here and trade for alts. Pm me your e-mail and xrp/ada/iota adress. I'll send ya a couple bucks to start for using my referal.
Make a few bnb your first trade as you can save 50% in paying futer trading fees with their coin.
Peercoin is the original Proof of Stake coin and has been around the longest. It addresses the energy problems faced by Bitcoin and other fully Proof of Work coins. Many other coins have since followed suit, including Ethereum and the other various coins mentioned in this thread.
Proof-of-Stake (PoS) is an alternative consensus model invented by Sunny King back in 2012 and implemented in Peercoin. In PoS those who own coins can use their wallets to validate transactions on the network, staking their own coins. It takes almost no energy to do this, and as a reward the wallet owners get a small reward for staking their coins.
Hi apples - it has a lot more functionality under the hood due to its own turing complete language - so its not just a currency - its a platform for building decentralised platforms... You could say bitcoin was the myspace and ethereum is the facebook, or in car terms - Bitcoin is a ford and ethereum is a ferrari of sorts
It also has a reduced block time of 12 seconds on average. Using a variant of the Ghost protocol.
It is also asic resistant with its Ethash algorithm.
Here is an article we wrote with the main differences
if you look on the right there are a few other guides that go into other parts of ethereum in more depth. We also have a decent guide on how to get started mining with windows.
if you have any further questions get in contact and we'd be glad to help.
Still v positive on Bitcoin although we do like Ethereums potential.
Crypto Compare Team
Kraken do straight LTC to Euro sales (or BTC to Euro), and can pay money into your account via SEPA transfer. You'll need to provide some personally identifiable information under KYC regulations. More details here.
I've yet to use them for this purpose, but from what I've read they've got a good reputation.
Hi, just though id let anyone know here I have a handy spreadsheet which i think would be useful to any day traders trading on cryptsy:
Atm the main thing I would like to add is a ongoing graph which shows a running total, not sure when ill try and get this done though.
But have a download, lemme know what you think :P
Please note i think it will only work on fairly new verisons of microsoft excel (2010+ maybe, possibly work on 2007). Thanks!
If you take a look at the review history, there are more than dozens of people very recently complaining. Only a small fraction of people complain officially on forums outside of official support requests.
I can, and I did. The point is, people are handing over their SSNs and financial information to this company. They are also quoting people time-frames to expect their money to hit their accounts.
Don't you think it's a problem that a company is lying about their service level agreement to it's customers? SLAs are really important things in the business world, and CEX.io is not meeting their SLAs.
Is it really that difficult to have a person respond to a support request after over 3 weeks of waiting? I can post screenshots proving it if necessary?
CBOE Saw Its Highest-Ever Bitcoin Futures Volumes Yesterday Available market data shows that CBOE saw its highest-ever volume for bitcoin futures since it first debuted the contracts back in December. 18,210 contacts for the May futures were traded, along with 703 for the June contract and 87 for the July contract. No volume was reported for the exchange's August-dated contract.
CBOE Options Institute senior instructor Kevin Davitt, in a social media video posted on Thursday, said that "[the] average daily volume (ADV) runs about 6,600 in XBT Bitcoin Futures. Yesterday's volume was nearly three times ADV."
He went on to explain: "Yesterday was the highest daily volume for bitcoin futures since their introduction here at CBOE nearly five months ago. The lead month May futures traded 18,210 contracts, and across the term structure a total of 19,000 bitcoin futures traded here yesterday. The previous high-volume session was January 17 with just less than 15,500 contracts traded." http://telegra.ph/CBOE-Saw-Its-Highest-Ever-Bitcoin-Futures-Volumes-Yesterday-04-27
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Bitcoin Checker has % based alerts for multiple coins and exchanges. Been using it a week or so and it's been great so far.
Bittrex doesn't have any BTC/fiat pair though!?
The only "USD" I see on Bittrex are USDT (hence won't help unless you already converted your USD into crypto).
FWIW I do my fiat/BTC conversion on GDAX (ie Coinbase) and then my crypto-to-crypto trading on Bittrex.
The pairs traded on Bittrex: (I don't see anything allowing to convert your 20 K USD into crypto) :
I am very excited to see what people say about Bitcoin Cash.
$1k per coin is a little arbitrary, but not completely. I think the market capitalization is more important since the supply from coin to coin is so different. There's a total theoretical supply of 21,000,000 Bitcoins, 84,000,000 Litecoins, and 2,779,530,283,277,761 IOTA. $1k per coin means a very different thing for each of those coins... I mean Primalbase Token is like $7500.00 a coin and I don't even know what that is.
That being said, there is definitely a psychological aspect to these price thresholds, be it $1.00/coin like VTC is playing with right now, $100.00/coin where LTC will probably be playing with shortly, or $1,000/coin where BTC was earlier this year.
To answer your question, of the more widely adopted/traded coins, I would guess that Ethereum has a shot at $1000.00 first, but it's hard to say because that might still be a ways out, and something else could overtake it with a lower coin supply and lower market capitalization.
https://coinmarketcap.com/ has a great API to make calls to, however I am not sure how small of a coin we are talking about. If it is not listed on coinmarketcap it is likely you would need to do some scraping to get the coins price.
I like Bittrex and Poloniex the best. But Kraken and Bitfinex are good too. Stay away from small exchanges. If you are Korean or Chinese, you have some options. Check out CoinMarketCap for all exchanges.
Bitcoin is still 50% of the market cap of a ~~$70 billion~~ $130 billion dollar market. It follows the overall market the closest. If you want to invest in the market, invest in bitcoin.
Take a look at the market cap and compare it to a bitcoin price chart and you'll notice that they are almost exactly the same. BTC defines the market, invest in bitcoin to invest in the market.
Investing in any other coin is speculation on its price moving differently than the market, which is why you see most alts listed as ALT/BTC on almost every exchange.
If something else overtakes bitcoin, then shift your crypto investments to that. Base it off market share. If you want to trade, then look at charts every god damn day and do whatever the fuck you want because no one on reddit is going to know more than you.
The tickers are just tickers, emotions are emotions, and if you "feel" the price is going to move one way or the other so do the rest of the idiots losing their money on crypto. And you will never hear about them. They disappear shameful and without a word.
If you want to make money forget you ever had emotions. The only thing that matters is numbers, charts, and data. Everything else is fog. A coins worth is decided by a number, not its tech or its devs or twitter accounts or subreddits or anything.
"But it's worth is based on all those things!" you might say. No it's not. One person with 100,000 BTC affects the price more than any of that for bitcoin. 1000 BTC in any alt coin can make it or destroy it. Again, one person. There are far fewer people with 100kBTC than 1k.
Invest in the market cap. The only people who consistently make a profit speculating have insider knowledge.
Remaining competitive in the phone market means a lot of experimentation on innovation is needed.
For example: Samsung’s Galaxy Note (4) edge with a single curved edge display was actually an experiment to test the waters of the market. Now we know how that went.Same goes for what they’re doing to their phones now.
As for the that hole punch, the less space the notification bar takes up the usable screen, the more space for the user.
Samsung is very reactivate to crowd reactions and easily pushed into doing things depending on how their competitors do on the market.
this was the best explanation I could find Other than that- my own personal experience generating a GAS dividend using the Neon Wallet has been successful... its awesome
Hi I am the community manager of Zcoin. First of all thanks so much for your belief in our project.
Personally I am not a big fan of 'vs' battles. It creates a lot of animosity between communities when we are working towards the same goal.
Monero has done a lot to improve privacy in its space and like us we all go through various challenges in our quest for financial privacy. They have been in the game for far longer than us and like us have gone through its fair share of ups and downs and standing up to peer review/researcher scrutiny. All of these can only make both implementations stronger.
We have a detailed writeup on this which goes into the strategies and approaches of each privacy scheme along with their respective pros and cons.
PS Although I do hold a lot of Zcoin, I do own sizeable amounts of XMR and ZEC as well.
Well its in the very beginning of its journey. If you are sceptical, as you should bei, Just give it some time and observe. It may pay off in the future :)
Also have a Look at this
Try both. Then if you are good at day or position trading, you'll have more to put in your long term investments and you could take some short term profits for whatever else as well. Obviously do your research though before you start throwing money at random ass trades. Youtube is a great resource for this and I found this random list that covers the basics https://steemit.com/crypto/@zmoneymaker/crypto-currency
Also babypips has a great TA course for free on their website.
I'm experimenting myself with a consistent strategy, quickfingerlucs strategy has worked okay for me so far but I'm looking for a way to daytrade in addition to position trading.
But yeah a lot of people lose money but honestly the consensus i'm getting from the community is that people trading cryptos don't know what they're doing for the most part but if you did you can really make it.
Of course I would say if you can really nail a long term investment at under a dollar and it becomes an ETH or a NEO type coin then you're set. But with long term investments, you do run the risk of just investing in a shitty coin. Think of all the coins that came out while the market is in a bear trend. Assuming that the company doesn't just shit the bed completely and get removed from exchanges then you'll be able to probably get a bit of profit if you got it at a good price but if you waited an entire year for minimal profits that's a huge opportunity cost.
So I would say do both and if you're really shit at trading or investing then you won't feel bad about not doing them in the future.
move your coins to the exchanger that support stop-limit features in trading like https://poloniex.com/ and you have to know what your coins price last time you bought them
The stop-limit box has three inputs:
Stop - think of this as the "trigger price." If you place a stop-limit order to sell, it will turn into a regular limit order when the highest bid drops to or below the stop. If you place a stop-limit order to buy, it will turn into a regular limit order when the lowest ask raises to or exceeds the stop. Limit - this is the same thing as the "Price" on a regular buy or sell order. Once your stop-limit order has been triggered by the highest bid or lowest ask reaching your stop price, it turns into a buy or sell order for the price you enter in the limit field. Amount - this is the same as the "Amount" on a regular buy or sell order. It indicates the amount of coins you wish to buy or sell should your stop-limit order be triggered.
Binanace.US has cheaper fees but not sure I'd call them US-based. You can also look at shapeshift.io which is US-based. Both require KYC/AML info.
Edit: Shapeshift is actually incorporated in the UK. They do have a Denver office which I thought was the company HQ.
Edit2: You might want to check out Bittrex.
this sounds soooooooooooo familier ;)
almost my story. the only reason i didnt get horribly run over in teh first 2 weeks was the market went up. i made losses but other coins went up. and the FUD....oh man, the FUD is strooooong online, and reddit is both a helper with one hand, and mr Stabby-stab-stab with the other.
about the excel..... the word i discovered is: Portfolio,
there are apps you can track your investments REALTIME. like, what you bought the coin for, what its valued at NOW and even when you sell it it tracks your total profit/loss. I use:
free currently, im a little scared for when they release a price if ever. if its too much per month im ok dropping it.
Wow. Thats of TODAY!!! Amazing. I have been watching for weeks now. USD was sitting at only 15% of fiat into BTC for a really long time. Check this chart out. Click on Analyze tab.
Also for some reason Coinmarketcap does not monitor most of the Japanese exchange APIs, so their number seem to be way off from other sites I have checked like the one posted below. I mean. Coincheck has 10+ coins and they only list one.
just look up https://coinmarketcap.com. As I write, BTC is down 6.5% since yesterday, whereas ETH is down 12.3% and others are also in the double digits down.
BTC is still the big guy in cryptoland. If it goes up, others may go up faster, if it drops in price, others will also drop faster. Hardly any coin is able to decouple from BTC at the moment. So, don't try mining, it is a waste of money. Don't gamble on some obscure altcoin. Wait for the current bear market to settle and then split your money into BTC and ETH.
Till then, start reading about how the markets were back in 2013/14, how they boomed and crashed and understand that you are not investing, you are speculating, gambling even. In a completely unregulated asset class.
look here - always check the markets tab when you see some shady things that don't look right. Crypto's trade for different prices based on what market they are being traded on https://coinmarketcap.com/assets/amis/#markets
It was via a decentralized exchange that has no central authority, it runs on the ethereum network. Could be a glitch since none of the other exchanges show a crazy price like that
Two ways (these are exaggerated scenarios)
Everyone currently invested in crypto-currency shifts focus to one currency (perhaps it's a very useful tech). In this case market cap is effectively taken from other currencies and poured into one (people selling other coins cheap as there is little demand, while the cost of that one crypto goes up as there is a lot of demand so anyone selling it can ask a lot for it). This actually happens to an extent, but not this drastically.
More investors. Word of cryptocurrency grows, and more people start buying in (let's say specifically into that one crypto, but unlikely). More people are buying, so the sellers can ask more for each coin and the value goes up. This will also raise the global market cap since the other cryptos aren't dropping in this scenario.
Ideally, it would be a combination of these two things.
Currently, you will notice the global market cap (the sum of market cap of all cryptocurrencies) is dropping because people are getting scared, selling their coins and converting back to dollars instead of moving between coins (which would result in no change to global market cap)
I am not sure if I follow but let's say you have a portfolio consisting of BTC, ETH and LTC. You want to find the total value of those three coins in BTC and not USD?
For that I would just personally use coinmarketcap as well. They show the value of coins in USD and BTC. ETH for example.
It's no joke, I received the XLM immediately, but obviously this isn't going to go on forever. They just started this, yesterday.
The invites for this are good for new or current account holders, btw. My link has four invites, and you qualify by watching at least one video and doing the quick 1 question quiz after (which makes sure you watched it). It's not valueless, as it does inform you about how the Stellar network actually works. Once you complete five of the 2-minute videos, and answer each question, you get your own share link to invite others as well.
Here's my invite link (four invites as of this posting): https://coinbase.com/earn/xlm/invite/b56fwk9d
> You and others also mentioned that the best policy would be to buy and let it sit for a while.
"The stock market is a device for transferring money from the impatient to the patient." - Warren Buffett
Keep in mind that Buffet wouldn't touch cryptocurrencies with a 10-foot pole.
I already posted about this, but I made quite a large addition to my profit recording spreadsheet for cryptsy/coinex. something like this probably already exists but hey, i made it, if anyone wants to try it:
What does it do? You enter the buy/sell price and amount of something you bought and sold, it will calculate and remove the trading fees incurred, and also gives you some statistics based on your trading. Ive added a macro so that you only input on one section of the spreadsheet and it will automatically make a list (so you can look back at trades you have done)
Lemme know if theres any feedback. I think the current thing i wanted to fix is the random blank line when you use the macro XD.
I made a technical analysis chart of this coin earlier. I did not think it would breakout so quickly! Here are my thoughts on it, I will also post an update tomorrow. https://steemit.com/korecoin/@spiz3995/korecoin-technical-analysis-and-prediction-6-27-breakout-looming
It looks like Poloniex does not have a direct pair DASH/Ethereum so in this case yes, you would need to convert twice on the exchange (maybe through BTC, or through USDT), paying exchange fees twice:
PPC - Great PoS and my favorite
Doge/LTC - Choose one, although Doge is risky right now.
Vertcoin - I think its overvalued at this point. Should crash to half value, and if it retains community, it might be worth it there.
Quark - You need a coin mined by CPUs. There are other alternatives, QRK is big though.
Zeta/Dev - Check out their communities to see if you like em. I personally have 0 invested in both, but they have very few new coins a day, so inflation is low.
Check out launches and new coins at https://poloniex.com/exchange
ARN/BTC getting quite tight. Airdrop is on May 7 for linker coin.. TA and FA are sound for uptrend to continue. I just entered with a tight stop. This should go up nicely soon.
With 5.2M and Pivx's current volume ~1M daily you obviously could not do it very quickly at least through exchanges. $5k - $10k a day would be very doable on exchanges without influencing market prices.
There is other avenues one could go down if one wanted to sell a large portion quickly without suppressing market prices too much. Bitfinex for instance offers an over the counter market for buyers & sellers wishing to do large trades without affecting market prices https://www.bitfinex.com/otc
Ripple has been selling millions of dollars a month of XRP directly to buyers completely bypassing exchanges for quite a long time.
Other options are buying real high price items with Pivx like real estate. There is a lot of high dollar properties that you can purchase with both Bitcoin & Monero that I know of right now. It's possible Pivx would be accepted too if it did mean adding a bit of a premium.
Something like PepeCash would definitely be more problematic too turn into cash with its low daily volume and few exchanges it's traded on. I'm also not quite sure how easy it would be to sell hedge funds / large investors on buying large quantities of it.
Depending on the currency there are definitely options but one might have to think outside the box if they want to cash out quickly.
hi, thanks for your comments! Yes, we will be constantly adding new exchanges on the list. We already implemented full overview of exchanges for one coin, like here https://www.cryptonator.com/rates/BTC-USD
If you have bitcoin and go through shapeshift you don't need to sign up for anything. Obviously shapeshift buys and sells on an exchange indirectly but you don't need to worry about that.
edit: shapeshift is a website (shapeshift.io)
Hi Cats Five - the guide should show you how to do it on windows - its a conspiracy is right re:bandwidth being the bottlneck and that GPU's are the best - that isn't to say that someone can't come up with a way around it.
Problem is the volatility of returns at the moment. With Bitcoin joining a pool and recieving a steady stream of income can be great. However we have been mining with a couple of 20 mh cards and haven't got a block in five days as the total network hash power has climbed!!!
If you look at the Total Market Capitalization chart on Coinmarketcap then it does indeed look bubble-like.
Now change the dates so you're only looking at the last year. Doesn't look anywhere near as bubble-like. There's only one thing that is absolutely for sure - it's impossible to know exactly when we hit peak prices.
I am also invested in NEO and OMG for long term. I like cryptos with Proof of Stake so you increase your stack just by holding them (althought in this case you would need to convert GAS to NEO, and OMG didnt implement PoS yet). Also I am looking into coins with fixed total supply and circulating supply close to total (to account for possible inflation). I also like VTC and I believe its much closer to original idea of BTC than BTC itself. I was thinking to invest when it was 1$ then I missed then train and never hopped on :)
Check maybe also WTC and Vechain. They have lower market cap so more room to grow. Really interesting projects, integrating physical world through RFID with blockchain. Also PoS.
You can find them on binance. If you dont have an account yet , you can use this referral link if you like.
I wish you all the best with you investmens
Might be because they partnered with World no. 2 Tennis Player which has 3mln followers on Twitter and was shown on CNN with Lympo logo. CNN is watched by 324 mln people worldwide. People will catch it up fast once the news spreads pretty wildly. https://edition.cnn.com/videos/sports/2018/04/19/caroline-wozniacki-i-have-more-belief-australian-open-us-open-tennis-spt.cnn
I posted this in another thread asking for recommendations on coins with market caps under 100MM, but Feathercoin (FTC):
"Feathercoin (FTC) is a fantastic coin to get into right now, it's an ASIC-resistant coin that was the third crypto to be developed. Its difficulty is retargeted after each block (targeted block time of 1 minute) which I like. It's hovering around $.48 right now after a pretty good upswing the last couple days and has a cap of 88MM. If you like the fast transactions of LTC and the ASIC resistant aspect of VTC or other coins like that, jump on in."
The team behind FTC actually created the NeoScrypt alogorythm which is really cool in my opinion. It's also pretty great because it's one of the more profitable coins to mine so it has high visibility thanks to http://whattomine.com (normally on the very top of the page, it's lower down now due to a price drop lowering profitability for the minute).
I feel that that visibility will keep increasing as crypto enters the mainstream due to it being on a major exchange like Bittrex and also being an actually profitable coin to mine for a long time to come. It's now closer to $.38 so probably a good time to get in while it's lower than it's been the last couple weeks. I do hold and mine FTC but am not affiliated in any other way, just a solid coin with good attributes and a bright future.
I sent your comment to the founder of Freight Trust, and here is his reply concerning what you said:
We don't tell carriers their EDI transaction set, they can have custom options
It's called mapping and parsing https://miro.com/app/board/o9J_kslKHiQ=/
that map is specific to the smart contracts, which is a layer ontop of the EDI message, we run like klienschmidt.com like EDI service, but instead of just messaged we are making them actual legal documents as well
$EDI token is the unit of currency for the network
$xEDI is the unit of transaction on the network
Think of $EDI as eth and $xEDI as gas
in order to send traditional EDI transactions they are priced per transaction (unit of transaction) and in per kilobyte terms (unit of execution)
When all those transactions are on chain we can then match future delivers together in order to reduce deadheading
By optimizing for that we can save them money
Future drop offs and pick ups, basically we know where the truck will be in the future because it's been contracted to do so
How does one get adoption? Well optimizing for that is big incentive for companies that own assets (the actual tractor or trailer etc)
If you own assets you will want this because the volume you move means even more savings
So much to say about this project but one I feel it is more significant is their partnership with Opera
>Celo recently became the 1st integrated stable coin for the Opera browser. This new connection is a big step for Celo as it slowly starts its journey to becoming an easily accessible coin for the general public.
Opera is has more than 380 million users worldwide who might start to use Celo. This alone is huge for Celo and its ecosystem.
I've put my book,
Crypto Taxes Made Happy: The Definitive How-To Guide For Preparing Cryptocurrency Tax Returns In The United States
on Amazon and gotten them to offer the digital version for free if anyone can use it for any assistance on items they are still unsure about.
My team is also available if anyone needs us as a service.
Under 20 days left in tax season! ;)
The Investing.com crypto app is a pretty good tracker, it has plenty of market data and some other helpful tools.
Kraken is not been hacked before but there are reports of suspicious behavier in accounts where coins have been "removed". Support at Kraken is always been a challenge Review.
First, you say evidence and have none. You have no research backing you up, only the collective idiocy of conservative societies.
Second, my argument is you wouldn't understand research in an academic article and would need it reproduced in another, easier to understand, writing style. I'm assuming, based on your word choice and imprecise terminology that you don't have the knowledge base to read contemporary neuroscience, gender studies, or critical theory. I could be wrong.
Third, I guess try this article: https://www.jneurosci.org/content/jneuro/40/1/37.full.pdf
It speaks to some of the complexities of the simple sex/gender debate.
Here is another article, this time in psychology not neuroscience, that debunks the gender binary (either male or female). You can get it here: https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/The-Future-of-Sex-and-Gender-in-Psychology%3A-Five-to-Hyde-Bigler/ed0684c86058e9983a0e71f07d38333fae66096b
Let me know what's wrong with these articles if the others aren't sufficiently evidenced.
Hello, Reddit. Long time no see!
I am finally back with another update for CoinCurrently (iOS). What took the most time was that I was refactoring pretty much the whole app so that it will be faster to work on in the future but also to increase the performance.
I have also added a few new features. There are now more timeframes in the detail page of a coin. 1h, 3h, 6h and 12h. When comparing two coins, you can now also see which coin has gone up/down the most. Previously both had the same top/bottom.
It is now also possible to lock the app with Touch ID/Face ID if you want to hide your portfolio for an example. You can also disable the portfolio widgets and lastly, you can also make a backup of your portfolio with iCloud if you're about to switch phones etc.
On the same portfolio track, it is now also possible to add separate transaction so that your buying average is automatically updated or if you're adding a sell transaction, your profit/loss is automatically being calculated. With the next update I will also add so you can see and handle each transaction. It is currently being handled behind the scenes.
I will now start doing the same journey on Android.
I hope you like what you see :)
These are common enough. All my clocks, analog, digital, and computer, are like this. Except my stupid car. Stove too but i leave it unset.
Download & Install to get 10$ in eth just 30 min - gogogo
Polygon I understand but Uniswap I do not. I know that they launched v3 on Celo but I think most people would agree that v3 has been a failure. I don't see ICP on that list but I think it will enter the top 10 with MATIC very soon.
All very good points and well spoken. I don't see why more people aren't taking advantage of self custody and DeFi staking or POS cryptos like Celo and ICP. I can easily farm cryptos like 0xMR or ALCX or stake cryptos in my wallet using Metamask. It's not that hard and much more profitable. Take the self custody red pill.
Not a PnD at all. You must really not know PARSIQ. One of the most solid comfy bearmarket holds out there. Solid team developing amazing infrastructure tech. Been around since 2020 and still building and updating their community every day. $PRQ recently got listed on Coinbase Huobi and CryptoDotCom. And those comments are not bots I recognize most of the names from the PARSIQ Trading Channel on Telegram. Stop spreading nonsense maybe. Thx.
I see people here talking about PnD, they must really not know PARSIQ. One of the most solid comfy bearmarket holds out there. Solid team developing amazing infrastructure tech. Been around since 2020 and still building and updating their community every day. $PRQ recently got listed on Coinbase Huobi and CryptoDotCom. Not a PnD at all
True, I think people were attracted to the high APY on Celsius- like flies to a fly trap. It's also easy to deposit your crypto in a centralized platform and let it sit without managing it yourself. A lot of noobs do this on staking platforms and exchanges. If you are willing to put forth a little more effort and install metamask, then you can lend/farm/stake on decentralized platforms like CNDL and Celo and earn a higher yield than many centralized platforms will give you. Plus you don't have the risk of somebody else walking away with your money.
He is lying to you. L1 cryptos like Celo, NEAR, CNDL, have real world utility as they are smart contract protocols that multiple DApps are built on. Saying that L1's don't have utility is just ignorant. Maybe this was true in the past when cryptos were just forks of Bitcoin and had not additional functionality other than their use for payments, but it's not true now.
I think this is terrible investment advice. If I had just purchased cryptos like NEAR and staked them, instead of using money legos like farming and lending, I would have twice as much crypto. Yes, you learn a lot but you will lose a lot of money doing it. It's safer to just stake cryptos like Celo, CNDL, and NEAR and let others take the risk. That's how I'm feeling right now but maybe I am just jaded after the failed DeFi summer bullrun.
This Adam character is a clown. I don't know why anyone listens to these talking heads. Think for yourself people. If you deposit in centralized platforms like Celsius, you are going to get rekt. It's better to deposit inside your POS wallet or official staking contract. For example, I stake Celo and NEAR in their wallets and earn up to 13% on NEAR and I stake ICP and earn around 20% APY. It's higher rewards than Celsius and less risk.
Put simply, smart investors are buying the dip and staking cryptos like Celo and ICP during this downturn. You can't predict the market so just buy the dip and stake. That's what I do and I'm doing well.
I don't believe in Ethereum long term, like the author of the OG post, nor Bitcoin. I think we are very early in this industry and many of the top 10 blockchains now will become the next . Instead, I'm invested in L1s like Celo and ICP, both of which have ties to the WEF and Davos insiders.
They both have a lot of drawbacks that are solved by other more advanced chains like Celo, which uses the same consensus as Facebook DIEM and allows over 100k TPS, and CNDL, which is a L1 blockchain with 0 fees specifically designed to host Metaverse DApps.
I'm going to sound like a broken record here but this has to get across to people. Stop buying meme dog coins right now and buy bluechips like Celo and ICP. Projects like these have never been seen at these prices. It's literally a once in a lifetime opportunity.
this is NOT financial advice, do your own research
Here are my top 20 crypto currencies for 2022
⭐️ Shiba Inu
⭐️ DaPP (RADAR)
⭐️ VVS Finance
Wishing everyone much success!
I mean, that might be possible as well, you have to think if someone building up their wallet in such good standing would give it away? that would ruin all their progress
I agree it's not perfect, I mean not even overcollateralized loans are not exactly safe.
There is a lot of stuff to figure out but i think it is possible in the future to do it. No loans are guaranteed to work out obviously the thing that has to be thought of is how to reach low risk levels so that you can still make some income out of those loans.
i mean idk honestly, maybe it won't ever be a thing but i doubt that, with new chains like Algorand, Kadena, Celo, someone might just come up with a solution.
They dont need to focus on the L1 as much so try to make it better just on solutions to make money from what people need
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"PARSIQ is an automation platform which serves as “the glue” between blockchain applications and real-world applications. It does this by facilitating the creation of workflows and notifications between common blockchains and off-chain systems.
Similar to automation tools like Zapier, PARSIQ allows users to initiate various workflows or notifications if and when a certain event takes place. Currently, this logic can be defined for the following blockchains:
Bitcoin Ethereum Binance Smart Chain (BSC) Dash Algorand Huobi Eco Chain Celo Solana Polkadot PARSIQ’s platform standardizes all chains for users into one easily consumable system – which means that regardless of the blockchain, only one platform is needed to manage all of the workflow and notifications required by the user.
Think of it this way. If the tech world is the world’s oceans, then continents are its centralized systems and Layer 1 blockchains (Ethereum, Bitcoin, etc) the islands. Instead of building another island, PARSIQ team decided to build a universal bridge between all islands and the continents spanning the oceans."
It has a very attractive Mcap of around $40million and great tokenomics.
I don’t think crypto will ever stop growing now. There’s so much investment and energy put in the field that it’s hard to imagine people just letting the crypto world. For example, I use the SupraFin (available on Android and iOS) for mild trading and staking. It’s an app that recommends coins to buy based on the profile risk you pick and various market readings. When you see that many tools headed towards a particular field, you know it’s proliferating.
Also, new technologies are always in development, so it’s not farfetched to believe another king will arise. Years prior, if somebody told me BTC would have a big competitor I wouldn’t have believed it.
Cryptos will probably remain the way it is now, perhaps with more taxes. I’m sure newer projects will fight regulations and strive for more anonymity.
There are tons of wallets/apps for that, so it really depends on what you want from them. Do you want a friendly interface? An app that helps you understand the crypto world? Or are you looking for a platform that lets you exchange many coins?
I personally use SupraFin because it’s both easy to use and it gives me advice on what crypto should I buy. It saves me a lot of headaches, mostly because I study and work. However, it’s not that I don’t look up the coins before buying, I make my own research based on the app’s suggestions, but rather I don’t have the time to look for new projects to add to my portfolio. I strongly recommend this app for beginners and whoever has too many on their plate. There’s also an iOS version available.
I believe crypto is the future. Many companies are locating a lot of resources in the crypto field. There are apps that make entering into the crypto world far easier, like SupraFin , which reads the market and tells you which coins you could buy. Banks are starting to accept cryptocurrencies. Also, due to the Ukrainian-Russian conflict, companies, banks, and people saw how convenient and easy is to transfer cryptocurrencies to others.
I do believe it’s also hype, though. There are lots of basic cryptos launching right now and I’m sure they are tied to brands that advertise them. Nevertheless, it seems to me that people and entities are investing in this field more than ever. Let’s see what happens
The latest update is now live on app store. As requested, I have now added more widgets to be able to track up to 8 coins at once.
I have also added a few news widgets and lastly, a couple of Fear&Greed index widgets.
The Android version will be out in a couple of weeks as always.
Hope you like it :)
I stake ETH and BTC on the BlockBank ecosystem, I put about 5k on the Celo blockchain (liquidity pools and staking), and I also earn when I provide liquidity on NiiFiDAO.
They are all long-term investments.