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Title: Trading at the Bitcoin.com exchange...
Post by: Pipdips on September 06, 2019, 08:41:31 PM
Has anybody taken the plunge yet and signed-up for this exchange???

Here is a recent news blurb about it: https://cryptodaily.co.uk/2019/09/bitcoin-com-debuts-crypto-exchange

And their website: https://www.bitcoin.com/


Title: Re: Trading at the Bitcoin.com exchange...
Post by: logfiles on September 06, 2019, 09:45:32 PM
Bitcoin.com?
You man the Roger Ver Brigade and the Bitcoin Cash shills?
The chaps who keep saying that Bitcoin isn't actually bitcoin and Bitcoin cash is the real bitcoin?

Why would one waste time with such suckers yet there are better exchanges like
- Binance
- Bittrex
- Huobi etc


Title: Re: Trading at the Bitcoin.com exchange...
Post by: Pipdips on September 11, 2019, 04:16:09 PM
Bitcoin.com?
You man the Roger Ver Brigade and the Bitcoin Cash shills?
The chaps who keep saying that Bitcoin isn't actually bitcoin and Bitcoin cash is the real bitcoin?

Why would one waste time with such suckers yet there are better exchanges like
- Binance
- Bittrex
- Huobi etc
I have no idea what you are talking about or who those people are.  I just saw a link to the Bitcoin.com website.

Binance is ejecting it's USA clients, thus, I need to find a new exchange to use.


Title: Re: Trading at the Bitcoin.com exchange...
Post by: exstasie on September 11, 2019, 04:56:02 PM
I have no idea what you are talking about or who those people are.  I just saw a link to the Bitcoin.com website.

Binance is ejecting it's USA clients, thus, I need to find a new exchange to use.

I haven't signed up yet but I probably will soon. Just saw this review from WhalePanda: https://twitter.com/WhalePanda/status/1169916913373327360

There must be some market makers already. It seems like there's decent liquidity/volume for smaller traders. You can also withdraw up 5 BTC monthly without KYC which is superior to most US-facing altcoin exchanges.

Why would one waste time with such suckers yet there are better exchanges like
- Binance
- Bittrex
- Huobi etc

For US traders, that means KYC, KYC, and KYC! That's why. Roger Ver may be an asshole but he's requiring much less personal information from us.


Title: Re: Trading at the Bitcoin.com exchange...
Post by: nydiacaskey01 on September 11, 2019, 10:58:49 PM
Interesting, they even have a promo "Earn on every trade you make over the next three months through negative 0.3% trading fees up to $1,000,000.". I haven't signed up yet in this exchange but my question will be what makes their exchange site better that the others who are already established with good feedback and high volume? I would wait a few more weeks or perhaps months and look for positive feedback before I register.


Title: Re: Trading at the Bitcoin.com exchange...
Post by: shield132 on September 11, 2019, 11:18:14 PM
Bitcoin.com?
You man the Roger Ver Brigade and the Bitcoin Cash shills?
The chaps who keep saying that Bitcoin isn't actually bitcoin and Bitcoin cash is the real bitcoin?

Why would one waste time with such suckers yet there are better exchanges like
- Binance
- Bittrex
- Huobi etc
By the way that doesn't mean that exchanger is or will be bad, we know his opinions about bitcoin and how he tries his best for promoting bitcoin cash but I amn't against using his service if it's good. By the way this exchanger will be great for those who trade with BCH, I don't know their rates exactly but I think it will be most beneficial for bch traders because of the nature of Roger Ver's, won't be amazed if he decide to offer BCH deposit bonus on his exchange.


Title: Re: Trading at the Bitcoin.com exchange...
Post by: BitMaxz on September 11, 2019, 11:20:55 PM
I didn't notice that bitcoin.com announce that they will turn into exchange I thought that they are focusing on bitcoin wallet as what they offer before.

Binance is ejecting it's USA clients, thus, I need to find a new exchange to use.
Why not try Coinbase pro instead?

But you need to verify KYC before you can trade on their exchange.

KuCoin exchange is another option you can use them without verifying the account. You have 2BTC withdraw limit daily just like the same as Binance.

Okex exchange is a good option but withdrawal limits for an unverified account are 0.5BTC daily.


Title: Re: Trading at the Bitcoin.com exchange...
Post by: dkbit98 on September 11, 2019, 11:26:59 PM
USDT Tether listed...   ::)
Most of the volume is Bcash-usdt

https://i.imgur.com/INyDOuh.png

https://i.imgur.com/B7Jkw7E.png
source: exchange.bitcoin.com

I think there are much better alternative exchanges you can use


Title: Re: Trading at the Bitcoin.com exchange...
Post by: 1Referee on September 11, 2019, 11:35:51 PM
I would never recommend anyone to use that exchange. Don't enrich this fucker. Every penny he makes from you will be used to finance his propaganda.

USDT Tether listed...   ::)
Most of the volume is Bcash-usdt

...snip...
Thanks for the screenshot. I wonder why the exchange is referring to the volume generated through the BCH/USDT pair as BTC. Probably one of his many attempts to confuse people.


Title: Re: Trading at the Bitcoin.com exchange...
Post by: 300pips on September 12, 2019, 04:03:39 AM
Roger needs a little promotion of his exchange site. Also need to clear doubts from crypto people.


Title: Re: Trading at the Bitcoin.com exchange...
Post by: Reid on September 12, 2019, 05:30:13 AM
Bitcoin.com?
You man the Roger Ver Brigade and the Bitcoin Cash shills?
The chaps who keep saying that Bitcoin isn't actually bitcoin and Bitcoin cash is the real bitcoin?

Why would one waste time with such suckers yet there are better exchanges like
- Binance
- Bittrex
- Huobi etc

Thank for that. He might have been digging by now.

I have no idea what you are talking about or who those people are.  I just saw a link to the Bitcoin.com website.

Binance is ejecting it's USA clients, thus, I need to find a new exchange to use.

Next time put some effort to dig it before posting. Are they now jealous with Binance?
I bet they will also be using their own token (Bitcoin cash) as like BNB of Binance.
Well that will be a big boost for them.
Might as well use Coinbase or you might go thru a lot of KYC which could be unstoppable.  ;D


Title: Re: Trading at the Bitcoin.com exchange...
Post by: GreatArkansas on September 12, 2019, 06:05:12 AM
USDT Tether listed...   ::)
Most of the volume is Bcash-usdt
https://i.imgur.com/INyDOuh.png
The volume on that exchange is pretty bad, very low volume especially on the altcoins. Maybe this exchange is not yet famous since as I remember last few weeks this exchange is newly opened because before when I visited the site, I saw countdown things.

I'm not sure if this exchange is too old now? And the owner of it is Roger Ver for sure since he got the domain of Bitcoin.com.


Title: Re: Trading at the Bitcoin.com exchange...
Post by: dothebeats on September 12, 2019, 03:51:16 PM
This is Roger Ver's playground and would be very much pleased if you join him and help him further his goals through the use and support of this exchange platform. I suggest you to look for other alternatives (lesser evil than this one) and never look back. I'm also in a dilemma of looking into an exchange that could work for me flawlessly once I go back in the US and stay there for at least 3 years. I know Canada is just a few hours drive away from DC but heck, even the Canadian scene is quite in shambles for a good exchange.


Title: Re: Trading at the Bitcoin.com exchange...
Post by: BitHodler on September 12, 2019, 06:11:52 PM
I suggest you to look for other alternatives (lesser evil than this one) and never look back.  
The problem is that the 'lesser evil' exchanges either are outright scams, or have KYC as mandatory requirement. In other words, Roger has chosen a great time to launch his exchange without mandatory KYC requirement.

I really hope that people think twice before registering there, but I'm afraid that not many people care much about how toxic Roger is as long as they can get the exchange to work for them.

I personally will not use it. I don't even have to because I'm already KYC verified elsewhere and it works fine. I can always use Binance as European. Too bad people from the US have seen their non KYC options be severely limited. :-[


Title: Re: Trading at the Bitcoin.com exchange...
Post by: dunfida on September 12, 2019, 06:18:49 PM
Bitcoin.com?
You man the Roger Ver Brigade and the Bitcoin Cash shills?
The chaps who keep saying that Bitcoin isn't actually bitcoin and Bitcoin cash is the real bitcoin?

Why would one waste time with such suckers yet there are better exchanges like
- Binance
- Bittrex
- Huobi etc
Exactly! For people who dont know Roger Ver is would probably use up this exchange but for those who is fully aware on the past specially RogerVer shills and
other misleading things been done then i dont see a reason why would someone would support this exchange. Binance is already enough and we dont
need more exchangers specially been created by likes of him.


Title: Re: Trading at the Bitcoin.com exchange...
Post by: Pipdips on September 12, 2019, 08:00:07 PM
Fair enough. The community has spoken. We picked the hell outta this crypto exchange. It is like you are a pack of hungry vultures and you picked this carcass clean. Bravo!


Title: Re: Trading at the Bitcoin.com exchange...
Post by: exstasie on September 12, 2019, 08:47:42 PM
I suggest you to look for other alternatives (lesser evil than this one) and never look back.  
The problem is that the 'lesser evil' exchanges either are outright scams, or have KYC as mandatory requirement. In other words, Roger has chosen a great time to launch his exchange without mandatory KYC requirement.

I really hope that people think twice before registering there, but I'm afraid that not many people care much about how toxic Roger is as long as they can get the exchange to work for them.

Pretty much. I don't like Roger but I don't particularly care anymore. I was livid at his behavior in 2016-2017 but it's been a long time and I have bigger fish to fry than Bcash.

Having just moved all my funds off Binance, I was literally about to register on Bitcoin.com just now. As it turns out, they don't allow signups from the US so there's literally no reason for me to use this exchange. If I have to violate terms and use VPN, I might as well use Binance.

Quote
We're getting there!

While our exchange isnít currently available in your region, weíre working hard to add support for more countries.

Sign up here to be notified when the Bitcoin.com Exchange is available in your region.


Title: Re: Trading at the Bitcoin.com exchange...
Post by: pixie85 on September 12, 2019, 09:58:54 PM
Roger is an asshole but if he's allowing me to trade with no fees I might as well try out his exchange. Not many people will ignore a good business opportunity just because they don't like one of the owners. It's not like we're shaking his hand every time we log in.

Just watch out for hidden buttons that will buy a lot of BCH for you. Maybe you want some BCH? Pres yes or no. You pressed no? Are you sure? Are you really really sure? :D


Title: Re: Trading at the Bitcoin.com exchange...
Post by: Pipdips on September 14, 2019, 02:37:20 PM
If I have to violate terms and use VPN, I might as well use Binance.
How common is it that people do that?  Doesn't that weigh on your conscience during your trading activity?  It would for me.  Plus, if they catch you, you can probably say good bye to your money.

It's no different than going into a casino and figuring out how to game their system and beat their house.  You can bet your bottom dollar that the casino has people watching out for customers that are sneaking around and bending their rules, even if just a little bit.


Title: Re: Trading at the Bitcoin.com exchange...
Post by: bitgolden on September 14, 2019, 05:05:59 PM
I suggest you to look for other alternatives (lesser evil than this one) and never look back.  
The problem is that the 'lesser evil' exchanges either are outright scams, or have KYC as mandatory requirement. In other words, Roger has chosen a great time to launch his exchange without mandatory KYC requirement.

I really hope that people think twice before registering there, but I'm afraid that not many people care much about how toxic Roger is as long as they can get the exchange to work for them.

I personally will not use it. I don't even have to because I'm already KYC verified elsewhere and it works fine. I can always use Binance as European. Too bad people from the US have seen their non KYC options be severely limited. :-[
You cannot completely succeed stopping people from using the exchange, not many of them reason as you reason and because they think toward just one direction of thinking, it is better that we just leave them to satisfy themselves, their curiosity and the pride, then let them experience it, that experience is exactly what will teach them that lesson that you want them to know because without that experience, there is no way they can even understand the language that you are saying.

You that knows they are bad you keep away from them, those who would listen should listen and those who want to get burnt should please go ahead because I donít know if they are not reading reviews to know the best exchange or best trading platform that they can use.


Title: Re: Trading at the Bitcoin.com exchange...
Post by: Pipdips on September 14, 2019, 05:56:54 PM
What is the outlook for decent exchanges in the future allowing people to trade and make profits at their exchanges without ever submitting to KYC?  My guess is: few and far inbetween.  Probably get used to KYC because crypto is going to become regulated more and more every day and any de-regulatory efforts will progress much much slower.  That is why I picked Coinbase Pro.  If you are going to go the KYC route might as well trade at an exchange with the strongest foundation.


Title: Re: Trading at the Bitcoin.com exchange...
Post by: exstasie on September 14, 2019, 07:41:30 PM
If I have to violate terms and use VPN, I might as well use Binance.
How common is it that people do that?  Doesn't that weigh on your conscience during your trading activity?  It would for me.  Plus, if they catch you, you can probably say good bye to your money.

People have been trading this way on Bitmex for years. They prohibited US residents since at least 2014, possibly since launch, although they didn't start IP-restricting until a couple years later.

As a matter of policy, they just close your positions and ask you to withdraw your money. Even if they had a legal right to steal your money for violating their terms of service, it would be bad business.

It's no different than going into a casino and figuring out how to game their system and beat their house.  You can bet your bottom dollar that the casino has people watching out for customers that are sneaking around and bending their rules, even if just a little bit.

It's a quid pro quo, a favor for a favor. Bitmex ignores all the US traders violating their terms while benefiting from all the liquidity they bring. It's how they became the biggest derivatives exchange in the world. Binance is in a similar position now.


Title: Re: Trading at the Bitcoin.com exchange...
Post by: EdenHazard on September 15, 2019, 06:55:24 AM
Roger is an asshole but if he's allowing me to trade with no fees I might as well try out his exchange. Not many people will ignore a good business opportunity just because they don't like one of the owners. It's not like we're shaking his hand every time we log in.

Just watch out for hidden buttons that will buy a lot of BCH for you. Maybe you want some BCH? Pres yes or no. You pressed no? Are you sure? Are you really really sure? :D
Lol his mission is clearly to confusing people about which one the real bitcoin it is by putting bunch of bch words everywhere in the site  ... and announcing this exchange service that (actually come out late to compete) is part of his ( just like a lot of people accused) huge propaganda.

I don't mind to give it a shot to trade there , let's make a $2 deposit as a commencement  ;D .

A good and extraordinary promotion indeed , unfortunately we don't support roger ver vision about bitcoin cash ... most importantly his scummy behavior.


Title: Re: Trading at the Bitcoin.com exchange...
Post by: Jating on September 15, 2019, 07:23:17 AM
Not a single penny.

We all know how shady the people behind this exchanges, so why are you guys plunging and enriching them? Personally, I don't understand the sentiments of people around, the communities consensus is against Roger and his cohorts so I guess it's slowly swaying about because he has open an exchange and using bitcoin's name on the side. Lol.


Title: Re: Trading at the Bitcoin.com exchange...
Post by: milandres0207 on September 15, 2019, 03:35:27 PM
Has anybody taken the plunge yet and signed-up for this exchange???

Here is a recent news blurb about it: https://cryptodaily.co.uk/2019/09/bitcoin-com-debuts-crypto-exchange

And their website: https://www.bitcoin.com/

When I checked the website, it seems like a cloudmining platform. Its too risky to use this exchange, to take out all your worries and doubt about the platform better to trade at kucoin, Okex, Huobi, Digifinex, or binance at least with these they are listed of top
of the exchange at the coinmarketcap.


Title: Re: Trading at the Bitcoin.com exchange...
Post by: herfianto on September 16, 2019, 07:00:46 AM
I think it's too risky if trade at this exchange and that is not recommended exchange. If you don't want lose your money, you should choose trusted and safest exchange platform like Binance, Huobi and Okex.


Title: Re: Trading at the Bitcoin.com exchange...
Post by: mindrust on September 16, 2019, 07:08:50 AM
Stay the fuck away from this exchange. Owner(s) of this are anti-bitcoin shitheads. (Roger Ver)

If you don't know who the fuck is this guy, it is time to educate yourself:

https://old.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/8h4dit/roger_ver_is_a_wellknown_scammer/