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Old Oct 15, 2017, 6:59pm   #17
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All my bitcoin denominated coins have completely collapse across the board. You don't actually need a hack to have your money stolen. The kiddies will take it directly from your account legitimately.

Luckily it wasn't my money. It was my brother's money. I think he's beginning to see what I told him about those kiddie coins. The money lost was just tuition fee. He could have gotten the tuition for free if he listened to me.
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Old Oct 16, 2017, 9:14am   #18
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All my bitcoin denominated coins have completely collapse across the board. You don't actually need a hack to have your money stolen. The kiddies will take it directly from your account legitimately.

Luckily it wasn't my money. It was my brother's money. I think he's beginning to see what I told him about those kiddie coins. The money lost was just tuition fee. He could have gotten the tuition for free if he listened to me.
What is the platform you lost money on?
After Chinese bans I move my BTC trading to CFD bets with Нotforex, I don't need to hold bitcoins as my primary targets are speculations and CFD's are excellent for that.
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Old Oct 16, 2017, 10:19am   #19
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What is the platform you lost money on?
After Chinese bans I move my BTC trading to CFD bets with Нotforex, I don't need to hold bitcoins as my primary targets are speculations and CFD's are excellent for that.
The so called "exchange" is called bittrex.

So bitcoin is now called forex ? Do these cfd's cover the bitcoin denominated derived coins ? I am looking for a way to short the cr*p out of those.

Bitcoin itself is likely to continue to rise as a pyramid scheme until an eventual collapse. But the derived coins are purely there to grab people's money now.

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Old Oct 17, 2017, 2:58pm   #20
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The so called "exchange" is called bittrex.

So bitcoin is now called forex ? Do these cfd's cover the bitcoin denominated derived coins ? I am looking for a way to short the cr*p out of those.

Bitcoin itself is likely to continue to rise as a pyramid scheme until an eventual collapse. But the derived coins are purely there to grab people's money now.
Yeah on my platform I can short without coverage up to 5x to my deposit. CySec imposed some limits on crypto trading still shorting from every new peak is super-easy profit.
Crypto is still raw market with low leverage application so shorting CFD's on profit taking moves with hands down is what I make money on currently.
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Old Oct 17, 2017, 8:22pm   #21
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Yeah on my platform I can short without coverage up to 5x to my deposit. CySec imposed some limits on crypto trading still shorting from every new peak is super-easy profit.
Crypto is still raw market with low leverage application so shorting CFD's on profit taking moves with hands down is what I make money on currently.
Which shop are you shorting from ? ho7forex appears to only does BTC/USD and BTC/EUR. I want to short BTC-?????/USD.
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