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Old Dec 21, 2017, 9:34am   #31
 
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The volume traded on cryptos every day is amazing


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Old Dec 21, 2017, 4:44pm   #32
 
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Old Dec 21, 2017, 4:51pm   #33
 
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Is anyone able to sell their Crypto's
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Old Dec 21, 2017, 5:15pm   #34
 
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You won't be able to take a leak without the banks knowing about it. The block chains is a chain to chain you up.

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Old Mar 25, 2018, 7:54pm   #35
 
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I have less than half a bitcoin and wish I didn't. I bought it last November when was all the rage. I'm going to leave alone and see what happens.
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Old Jun 29, 2018, 5:43am   #36
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As a beginner to cryptocurrencies, it could be challenging to understand where to begin when you intend to begin having your very first coins. However it is rather simple to acquire and also hold various cryptocurrencies as well as you do not also require to have numerous various accounts to hold different coins as some websites have actually opted to integrate basically all the bigger coins that exists today. Amongst those sites are Bitmex and Binance as well as Coinbase for Bitcoins just.
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Old Aug 2, 2018, 4:47pm   #37
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As a beginner to cryptocurrencies, it could be challenging to understand where to begin when you intend to begin having your very first coins. However it is rather simple to acquire and also hold various cryptocurrencies as well as you do not also require to have numerous various accounts to hold different coins as some websites have actually opted to integrate basically all the bigger coins that exists today. Amongst those sites are Bitmex and Binance as well as Coinbase for Bitcoins just.
Yeah, it is quite challenging and even difficult to buy crypto for the first time. But you can make it easier by choosing a good platform, which will be user-friendly and honest. Btw, there are several good and well-known exchanges, most of which were already mentioned by you. But I guess that itís ok to mention cex too. I think that exchanges like this one (with understandable interface) makes the process of entering crypto world more or less painless.
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Old Aug 7, 2018, 5:14am   #38
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From what I read Coinbase is happy to take your money and give you BTC but won't let you withdraw it unless you have a US bank account. Something to consider...
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From what I read Coinbase is happy to take your money and give you BTC but won't let you withdraw it unless you have a US bank account. Something to consider...
That is total ********.
I have withdrawn plenty of times from Coinbase without a US Bank account.
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Old Sep 12, 2018, 7:35am   #40
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Any recommendations to best websites for crypto, news for crypto?
According to me best websites for crypto, news for crypto are

- Investing.com
- Bitcoin.com
- CoinTelegraph
- CCN
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Old Oct 1, 2018, 10:25am   #41
 
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I didn't buy anything yet. I'm only studying the cryptocurrency market. I didn't even imagine how many people own cryptocurrency. Of course, I want to start participating in the process, but it's complicated. I need to analyze everything thoroughly. There're quite a lot of various currencies besides the Bitcoins. As well as sites for their purchase which represent not an easy choice.
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