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  1. Recently we have heard news from Turkey supporting its new cryptocurrency, now Canada is interested in creating Exchanges, with banks being a "primary" statute, in this new movement, it must be a new concept in the related area of Blockchain-Banks. Canda is one of the first to take part in this initiative, perhaps it is a regulatory notice or the beginning of a new trend of centralized cryptos exchanges, he has to wait for these releases soon. 💢 👆
  2. Alfa-Trades.Com Это моментальный обмен по многим направлениям. Более 5 лет на рынке услуг. Сотни отзывов и чистейшая репутация говорит за нас! Имеется система бонусов, а тем кто хочет зарабатывать имеется эксклюзивная партнерская программа. ТОЛЬКО МЫ платим до 3% от суммы обмена за привлеченного пользователя, и не важно, получил сервис от этого прибыль или нет. Мы за долгосрочное сотрудничество. Все обмены на нашем сервисе полностью автоматические что гарантирует без лишних движений позволит вам получить свои активы на аши счета! Тема на профильном ресурсе Профессиональный форум Bits.Media
  3. Hello all, I think that Yobit should start a section on Coin information. My thinking is that if they are supporting the coin and trading it, they should know all about it. I would like to know: When was it born. Who was behind it. Is it deflationary or inflationary. What´s the CAP and how many are in circulation. What was the main purpose of the coin. If the wallet is in maintenance when is it expected to be fixed. Are there any Airdrops or Investment Box options on the Coin. What other exchanges carry the coin. You guys can add things you´d like to see in this new Yobit Coins Info Section. I believe it would add a great deal of confidence to investors to trade on the Yobit Exchange and that in turn would make the exchange much more valuable and prestigious. What are your thoughts?
  4. John McAfee’s new decentralized exchange will launch today. According to MaAfee, as of now, any and all Ethereum (ETH) ERC-20 tokens can be enabled for instant trading for free. However, there will be a 0.25% fee imposed on market takers in the future. McAfee also stated that users should not be “expecting miracles at first” and encouraged them to allow time for "others to join". Cryptopotato
  5. DOGE Greetings to all, I want to create a debate about dogecoin, many people tell me that it will have great value in the future even though it was a currency created by joke, it has remained in the market and is in the main excavations of the world.
  6. What do you think about Coinbase? Personally I'm a fan. So I decided to review it. To educate and to show everyone what the experiance of being a Coinbase user is like. Feedback is appreciated! Here is the Coinbase Review.
  7. Hi. I am pretty new to the world of cryptocurrency, but I am very interested on it. My question here is what is the best cryptocurrency exchange on the market? I am looking forward to your replies!
  8. Have a lot of experience with all types and most names of exchanges. Trying to find the best one for me: safe and anonymous. Because I don't want to feel sweat while sleeping Here is what I found for 4 years: - bitfinex: this gangsters want your personal info, but don't wanna give you your money for any reason. - coinbase: USA market and sharing your data for taxes. - bittrex: blocking without any reason. Oh, it's business! - poloniex: lags, spoofing, kyc, Justin Sun... kyc+Justin Sun? No waaay))) - gate: does it work? - bitmax: what the hell with security and organization? - binance: loves to block your withdrawals if you're changing your location(ip). Have a nice day grimacing in your camera))) - yobit: scary lags sometimes, wa volume? - exmo: does it work? - dexes: anybody alive? So, what you prefer? As for me, the most safest is yobit, never had any problems with kukoin and yes, I have to deal with mister C(slap-your-face)Z because of liquidity. Any idea?
  9. what are some of the most important applications of cryptography in the modern world
  10. What DEX exchanges are you using, and why are you using them? This are some of dex exchanges from CoinGecko website with volume, trust score and more info:
  11. What are your favorite crypto centric and/or crypto adjacent companies? I like the 0x platforms. I like steem, but feature and design wise it seems to be lagging. I'm looking at blockfi, nexus, Celsius, and cred for stable investments. I'm still trying to find an exchange I like, just using coinbase atm. Long term I'm trying to avoid KYC verification, so I want a list of companies for when I finally take the leap, until then everything is square and legal, so I'm looking for those too. Any rental/real estate companies use crypto? I haven't found a lot of developed crypto business beyond exchanges and loan investment companies. A few social media sites that barely rise above proof of concepts. What are your favorite crypto companies?
  12. We run a small bitcoin exchange-platform where you can buy bitcoins: Currently we give the cheapest btc price our algorithm can find, directly to the customer and only charge a fixed transfer fee of 5€ ( ~5.50$ ) per exchange. Therefore, we would like to know what you find better: A fixed or percentage fee per exchange? Fixed fees are better for great investments while, percentage fee is better for smaller btc amounts. Whats your opinion? 🤔
  13. Since a few years there have been several disappearances of important exchanges such as Mt Gox or Cryptsy. Placing high amounts of money on exchanges is usually very tempting for ambitious people or high esteem for fiat money in exchange. They are a trap because they can put any excuse at the time of taking out the money or their policy becomes very pedantic, it is like a kind of social but closed circle, certain people have lived that as a condition of putting their money against the ropes, It is better to put a small amount on exchanges that do not affect your pocket, each exchange is a world so choose a good one.
  14. After the alleged hacker attack suffered by exchange Cryptopia, since then when we accessed the site we came across the news that it has entered into liquidation and investigation to possibly refund its lost coins to its users. But since the alleged attack was reported, we have had no concrete news, I myself have lost ETH, ETN and some satoshis, I say I lost because I received nothing from the Cryptopia team about compensation. So guys if anyone has any news can post here that will be of great use !! Hugs to all !!
  15. Anycoin Direct is a Dutch broker that has been involved in buying and selling cryptocurrencies since 2014. Even though it is Dutch, it focuses on the whole of Europe and supports many payment methods. The goal is to provide cryptocurrencies easily and efficiently for everyone, and with little need for technical knowledge. This broker is not limited to a single currency, but currently has 26 different cryptocurrencies in its offering.
  16. Note: I was considering to create a tutorial about how I minimize the withdrawal fees when operating with BTC and my first option was posting on "Tutorials", but due this is something that is mainly useful regarding exchanges, I finally posted here. Please, mods and admins, if you consider I should move this post, let me know. Greetings, everyone. Since I had to move some funds between exchanges, I started to study the best strategy to make every move the less costly as possible. Here are the results of my research. Some considerations before starting: Exchanges are the best option to earn money active and sometimes passively. Trading provides great profit to those who knows how to make a correct interpretation of the charts, and have enough capital to invest and trade safely (this is, without compromising most of it and only assuming risks on the quantity you are willing to lose and you don't really need for living) Exchanges shouldn't be considered wallets. Most of us have our capitals in exchanges because value volatility (we want to sell when as soon as possible in case the price drops) and this is a common error. There are cases like KuCoin or BitFinex that shows greatly the impact of hackers and cyber-attacks on the exchanges. I suggest you to check some articles about this issue, for instance this cointelegraph magazine one (note it's a bit outdated, due considers KuCoin an unbeaten exchange) Once said this, here we go. As you may know, most of exchanges have features that make them unique. Some are easier (in terms of price, conditions and interface), others offer better advantages, saving and stacking benefits, discount using the exchange currency and multiple promotions, pools, launchpads, etc. Because of this, many times we will need to allocate different funds in more than one exchange and transfer part of our funds from one to another. The problem is, transferring BitCoin (among other coins like ETH) is getting expensive. The fees are fixed in most of cases and I had the problem that fees represented sometimes even a 50% of the quantity I wanted to send. In some cases, if the exchange is not in the top 25, those fees are specially high, as a way to prevent the liquidity leak. A strategy is needed, so first of all; know all the fees from the exchanges you are operating with. I recently found this list, I missed some of my exchanges, but I can tell it's real data. As for me, I operate with Binance, OKEX, Coinbase, YoBit and Crex24. The reason is because some rare coins I hodl can only be found listed in some of them. But I also want to move my crypto to wallets, farms, hodling, casinos or whatever, so the logical steps I found are: Identify the best cash-out platform. Once you get in, you should consider that before putting your crypto out the exchange environment, that exchange would be the platform to send it to anywhere. In my case, as for BTC, is Coinbase. For months, I believed it was too expensive, but then I realize that paying between 1.5 and 2 dollars (depending on the quantity, it can be bigger amount but always according to the volume you are sending) is fair enough to me. If you want to transfer between exchanges OR if the place we are going to send crypto can easily convert from one currency to another, consider some low withdrawal fee options. My personal options are: USDT - If the exchange allows the TRC-20 network, the cost is free most of times. For sending between Binance and OKEx is my option #1: there is no fee. In other Exchanges such Crex24 and YoBit, it's an option I totally discard: prices goes from $5.2 to $6. Ripple - XRP is one of the most popular ways of moving BTC capitals due the low fee of transactions. In my case, sending from Binance or Yobit to Coinbase (due Coinbase doesn't have USDT listed) is the clear solution; fees goes between 0.25 to 0.5 XRP (roughly $0.06-0.12) minimizing costs. EOS - Sometimes, EOS has even cheaper fees than Ripple. It's worth checking which is the best option. Use always trade option and pay the price (trading fees and small price differences). Don't wait too much: once your funds arrive, even if there is a gap on the price (you'll realize between exchanges prices on charts are slightly different) convert it to the destination coin. Yes, if you wait a while and coin is uptrending, you can recover a good part of the fee or even earn some money, but most of times you'll pay higher fee than expected. Try to simplify as much as possible, I had really hard times trying to find the best strategy and finally could made 3 simple steps for reducing fees. I hope it really helps, I was thinking this is maybe too basic and most of you guys have your own ways (with similar steps). If it does, don't forget to leave your feedback and any strategy you think it can be useful or worth considering; the goal is not loosing too much money. Cheers!
  17. Centralized system like banks are held accountable for their clients' funds, and to protect them, they have established laws, safety checks, procedures, etc., that, while this is ultimately for the benefit of the clients, makes some becoming apprehensive if all those excruciating procedures are worth it; hence the many people who don't have bank accounts. Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin are decentralized, but still, there is a need for a convenient platform for exchanging them to each other and to other valuable commodities like fiat; hence trading platforms like cryptocurrency exchanges exist. But just because cryptocurrency exchanges do not have as much restraints as the banking system doesn't mean that they can do just about anything they want without upsetting their clients. In this article I am giving the link to, points and examples are given where exchanges should be more careful when dealing with something new, because unlike traditional financial systems (banks, stock exchanges, etc.), crypto users can just switch to another trading platform if they find their current platform making moves that might affect them in one way or the other. All in all, it all falls down to one word: trust. Here's the link to the article:
  18. binance is one of the best exchanges currently in circulation, it has many listed altcoins, you can withdraw up to two bitcoins a day without making kyc, the fees are lower than the average, it has excellent lending and stake plans and you can earn a lot from refferals
  19. livecoin is another good exchange, its fees are average (similar to those of binance), and the only exchange where you can still change minereum (mne), 212 altcoins that can be traded you can deposit and withdraw with,,, Qiwi,, Webmoney, Visa/Mastercard and obviously in crypto
  20. Uniswap and Yobit winning by a lot. Uniswap was the boom of these times so it is understood. But with YOBIT I think their new airdrop along with the investment tools they have are gaining a lot of ground. What do you think about this growth?
  21. 75 crypto exchanges have closed down so far in 2020 Crypto exchanges are disappearing at a fast rate this year. As least 75 crypto exchanges have closed down due hacks, scams or simply disappeared for unknown reasons so far this year. According to the Crypto Wisser Exchange Graveyard five of the exchanges were labelled as scams, and four including Altsbit, and Nerae, were flagged as being hacked. In total 31 were shut down voluntarily while 34 were labeled as ‘MIA’ for disappearing with no explanation. Dutch exchange NLexch, and Chilean Chilebit were the only two flagged as being shut down by their respective governments in 2020. There are some macro trends which help explain why so many smaller exchanges are failing. The growth of DeFi and the rise of decentralized exchanges in 2020 has put the final nail in the coffin for many smaller operations. Regulatory pressure has also increased since the early days of the industry and many exchanges simply haven’t been able to keep up with the requirements. Hacks and scams are also cited as growing issues for exchanges. The latest two high profile exchanges to have a cloud over their futures are BitMEX and KuCoin. Following the filing of criminal charges against BitMEX executives last week for banking regulation violations, crypto security firm Chainalysis has labelled the exchange as "high risk". The security company issued the warning to a number of its high profile clients including government agencies, banks and exchanges, informing them that any exchange with criminal charges brought against it should be considered high risk. Some traders also seem wary of BitMEX’s future viability, with more than $500 million worth of BTC withdrawn from the exchange between September 30th and October 3rd according to Coin Metrics. The Singapore based KuCoin exchange suffered a $200 million hack in late September, but it has scrambled to reassure users by issuing a number of security updates delving into the incident to provide transparency. The most recent announcement was updated on Oct. 6 as the company continues with audits into the various assets affected. Crypto exchanges are not the only entities disappearing however. According to the user-generated content site there are almost 2,000 altcoins and tokens that no longer exist. Cointelegraph updated this article to remove the names of exchanges Crypto Wisser labelled as "scams" as we are unable to independently verify their assessment in each case. You can read Crypto Wisser's assessments and supporting evidence on the site.
  22. Time and time again, we have always been reminded of the weaknesses of centralized exchanges (CEX). While they play an important part in the cryptocurrency ecosystem, the risks associated with using them are far too great of a deal just to ignore. Since the inception of bitcoin and the emergence of blockchain technology, the crypto community has been troubled by the security challenges of CEXs. From the 2014 Mt. Gox hack to the recent Fcoin bankruptcy we are constantly reminded that no exchange is 100% secure. The only way to be truly safe is to never let go of custody of your digital assets. Image Source What happened to FCoin? To fully understand where the problem lies, let us take a closer look at the recent FCoin insolvency problem. According to Zhang Jian, the former Huobi CTO and founder of Fcoin, the CEX is unable to process users’ withdrawal demands as Fcoin’s asset reserves have fallen short of its liability having a gap between 7,000 to 13,000 bitcoin (BTC). The problem stems from its controversial “Trans-fee mining” business model where it rewards its users for making trades in their exchange. It turns out that they have been rewarding its users more than they should have earned. Transaction Mining Rewards Trans-fee mining rewards are distributed to its users via its own native utility token called FT which has seen its price falling continuously throughout 2019. In an effort to save its FT from total collapse Zhang and his management team decided to start buying back FTs from the secondary market, which proved to be a fatal decision. The failure of the CEX to set up a complete back-end auditing system to properly manage its treasury and its failed attempt to artificially increase its token price gave the opportunity to a large number of users to sell and withdraw more than what they should have been on their balance. Image Source This epic failure in accounting and “bad” business decisions forced Fcoin to suspend its entire platform, halting withdrawals and thus effectively cutting the access of users to their own funds, funds that have been entrusted unto them by their customers. While Zhang has promised to personally and manually process users’ withdrawal requests, one would wonder how will he raise enough money to cover the 130 Million USD shortage. Now users are furious about not having access to their own funds and more so with the prospect of having to lose all their funds due to the deficit. The heart problem of CEX: users lose custody of their assets Image Source This latest controversy highlights one of the primary concerns in using CEXs— having to lose custody of your digital assets. To aggravate the situation CEX usually lump all deposits in few wallets accounts which become honeypots that are often targeted by hackers and also by wayward exchange insiders. Contrary to the CEXs, decentralized exchange (DEX) users don’t need to deposit their digital assets into the exchange address. Their assets sit securely inside their own non-custodial wallets up to the moment when the users themselves initiates and authorizes direct transaction between the DEXs order books and their personal wallet. The Advantage of DEX Image Source The power of Decentralized Exchanges are non-custodianship. They give users total control of their digital assets by allowing them to manage by themselves their own private keys and trigger transactions by their own accord. Transactions are initiated and consummated on-chain which means transactions are guaranteed to push-through, final and irreversible. Transaction in DEXs can be likened to bitcoin transactions that are protected and secured by blockchain technology. In many instances, pundits in the industry, including leaders of Centralized Exchanges have acknowledged DEXs as the next evolutionary step in decentralized trading venues. Concerns on DEX Image Source: Getty Despite its obvious superiority in terms of securing user’s digital assets, they have their own unique challenges. DEX transactions are executed on-chain using specific blockchains, thus limiting the availability of trading pairs that can be created by DEX operators. Since trading pairs are limited, liquidity is also an issue. Another source of concern in using DEXs are the transaction fees associated when using them. Some blockchains charge an exorbitant amount of fees when their network is congested. Lastly, DEXs are bound by the scalability limits of the blockchains they support. Image Source Not all DEXs are created equal, and there are DEXs who are willing to take up the challenge to address prevailing problems and provide solutions that will generate more value for its customers. Newdex is a perfect example of a DEX that is in the right path of advancing decentralized trading by providing vertically integrated products and services that enables its users to fully leverage blockchain technology. Furthermore, it was able to address most of the prevailing challenges in the DEX space. Read on to discover how it was able to do so. A Perfect Example of A DEX Newdex is the largest DEX on the EOS blockchain. It does have a user account system which means users are not required to withdraw and deposit their digital asset, hence users take full custody of their assets. Newdex customers never lose custody of their digital assets up to the moment when they trigger a transaction where it then uses the DEX’s smart contract matching and settlement on-chain. This means all transactions made in the DEX are secured leveraging blockchain technology of EOS and other supported blockchain. Image source Being the first DEX to deploy on EOS, it has gained a first-mover advantage in the EOS DEX industry. As a result, it was able to garner many high profile partnerships early on enabling them to offer the most comprehensive list of EOS-based token trading pairs. As part of their expansion strategy, Newdex launched TRON blockchain trading as well as supporting the different sister chains of EOS— Bos, Telos, Meetone, Wax, and Lynx. As Newdex continues to explore “multi-chain” functionality on its platform we can expect more trading pairs to appear in the near future. Image Source Aside from offering “multi-chain” functionality, Newdex also has a cross-chain feature on its platform. Its USDT “cross-chain” conversion gateway allows holders of USDT ETH, USDT EOS and USDT TRON to seamlessly convert their USDT assets to their blockchain of choice. This greatly expands the flexibility of its users to move from one blockchain to another. It may even give us a hint on what other blockchains the Newdex team is planning to expand to as it continues its research and development in multi-chain functionality. “Multi-chain” and “Cross-chain” functionality is Newdex’s answer to the liquidity problem in DEXs. Scalable, Fast,Transparent and Better Security Newdex wants to build the safest, fastest and most transparent decentralized trading platform. These are the primary reasons why they built Newdex on highly scalable blockchains like EOS which offers fee-less transactions. Unlike other blockchains EOS (including its sister chains) and TRON enable users to make transactions without having to pay transaction fees. Newdex also offers its users limited daily CPU-less transactions on its platform. The concept is quite simple, each user in the Newdex platform is allowed a limited number of CPU-less transactions daily. Image Source Newdex is truly a class of its own with many innovative solutions putting it well ahead of many DEXs. It currently offers other value-adding services such as its over-the-counter (OTC) . It enables its users with a fast and easy way for fiat and digital exchanges, it serves as an effective fiat gateway for those seeking ways to trade crypto using their fiat currency directly. By doing so it captures a wider range of audience coming from traditional finance as well as breaking down barriers that may hinder new comers from going into cryptocurrencies. The Future of Decentralized Trading DEXs like Newdex are leading the way for decentralized trading. They are indeed more secure trading venues where users are in complete control of their digital assets. Since traders never lose custody of their digital assets they are not exposed to the similar risks that hound Centralized Exchanges such as hacks, exit scams, insolvency, loss of private keys or access restrictions to one’s own digital assets. DEXs are the next evolutionary step on a more inclusive, safer and transparent decentralized trading, and Newdex shows the industry how it is done effectively through its innovative value-added products and services. If you have not tried decentralized trading before consider looking into Newdex one of the best- decentralized exchanges in the industry offering the widest selection of digital trading pairs in the space and supporting several high-performance blockchains for the best trading experience. If you want to learn more about Newdex you may follow them on their Website, Twitter and Medium. Let's Connect!!!
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    They claim to be the most advanced Bitcoin exchange today. Let's see how advanced they really are with their counterparts. Let's talk about and what they bring to the table. HitBTC is known for being able to be friendly enough with people, thanks to its APIs.
  24. Africa is all set to become the new testing ground for cryptocurrency companies as the demand for cryptocurrency-based trading is at all-time high in a few African countries. With inflation rate as high as 70% in some African countries and tight central bank regulations, cryptocurrency is becoming a magnet for Africans and a preferred choice of financial transactions. With growing reach of internet and smart phones in Africa, the future of cryptocurrency seems very bright. These days, such cryptocurrency transactions are done through currency exchanges. Though Crypto-Exchanges are new to African market, these are the list of five Cryptocurrency Exchanges that are currently taking over the African market: 5. NAIRAEX- NAIRAEX is the cryptocurrency exchange from Nigeria which allows users to buy and sell Bitcoin and Perfect Money in Nigerian currency — Naira. It boasts to be one of the best cryptocurrency Exchanges in Nigeria. The fast and secure transaction of NAIRAEX can take as much as 4 to 12 hours to complete a transaction. It also has a referral program which provides commission on the trades done by referrals. With all its nice and hassle-free features, the operations are still limited to Nigeria 4. BITPESA — BITPESA is a currency exchange platform which is headquartered in Nairobi, Africa. It was founded in 2013 by Elizabeth Rossiello. The company also has its offices in Lagos, Luxembourg, Dakar, Madrid and London. It also boats of offices in countries such as Nigeria, Uganda, Senegal, Ghana and Congo. BITPESA uses a platform known as PESI which can be used for selling, buying and making exchanges of cryptocurrencies. 3. LOCALBITCOINS — LOCALBITCOINS is company in Finland, which came into market in 2012. The bitcoin exchange is available in every African country for buying, selling and exchanging bitcoins. It follows a somewhat different methodology by not using an exchange platform, but by enabling traders to directly interact with each other (peer-to-peer). Traders can post advertisement for their upcoming transactions 2. COINDIRECT — COINDIRECT is a cryptocurrency exchange which can be used in 131 countries to buy bitcoin with majority of the African countries in its operations including Nigeria, South Africa and Kenya. It allows buying, selling and exchange of around 35 cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin on its platform. COINDIRECT has earned a respectable name in the market for its fast and reliable service. 1. EXCOINCIAL — EXCOINCIAL Exchange is a cryptocurrency and fiat currency Exchange platform which is going to be the next big thing in the Global and African cryptocurrency market. Designed and crafted by a team of expert developers and thought leaders from all over the world, it is no doubt one of the best and secure platform to make cryptocurrency exchanges. EXCOINCIAL is trying to solve several issues in crypto currency exchange market and provide a great experience to the investors. This platform provides Multi-signature Cold Wallet and Two Factor Authentication (2FA) for assets and wallets protection. One can make a transaction sitting from any corner of the world by just registering on the platform, including all African countries. The sign up is followed by an ultra-simple KYC procedure which asks the traders to upload two documents of their choice for identity verification. This saves the investor from unnecessary pain of sharing too many details. After completion of the authentication procedure which takes a few minutes, the users are all set to trade on the same day. Moreover, there are no hidden charges in trading with EXCOINCIAL and it allows a minimal transaction charge for each trading action. Potential users can go to the link to register and basically set up their accounts in few minutes. The trading platform intends to provide multi-choice and flexibility to transact in more than eighty Fiat Currencies and Cryptocurrencies trading pairs with other host of choices and options such as margin trading in which users can trade even when they have scarcity of funds. This feature saves investors from missing on potential opportunities. Moreover, EXCOINCIAL has its own Application Programming Interface (API). This provides unique flexibility to the users as well as the developers by reducing its dependability on any third party. In addition, EXCOINCIAL provides a plethora of options for payments. EXCOINCIAL also boats of Elastic Multi Stage wallet strategy which can protect its funds in an event of unwanted cyber-attacks, scams and fraudulent activities. About the Author: Don Chancellor is the Founder of AFRICUNIA BANK and is easily reachable on Telegram via this link: or on Medium
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