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1  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: How to shop with BTC? on: October 17, 2020, 09:33:44 AM
1. What’s the best way to use BTC to shop at Amazon and other online retailers?

2. One source says the answer is to purchase gift cards at sites like Bitrefill.

3. I tried buying an Amazon gift card on Bitrefill but hit a glitch: the software showed a fee 100 times the purchase price.

I hope someone can clarify these issues!

Of course, one of the best third-party sites to buy products from Amazon is Bitrefill. It's really easy to use bitrefill and it's safe. You can use Moonpay as well, it's another safe third-party that will help you to pay for products online using crypto. And for developers who buying domains, hosting packages, or similar products, they can use coinpayments to pay for such products by crypto via hostinger.
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3  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Invest for beginners on: September 11, 2020, 02:55:53 PM
I would like to know where you invested your money if it's okay. Am also an investor and invested in bitcoins, ethereum and USD in yobit exchange.
There are many youtube videos about cryptocurrencies investments you can try to find them.

Binance, blockfi they also have good investment opportunities.
4  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Is Buy and Hold Really the Best Strategy in Crypto? on: September 11, 2020, 02:32:13 PM
Yes, buy and hold is AMONG the best trading strategies because you'll exactly how much in % you are going to earn if bullish starts. I said buying and hold is among the best because it's still risky than other trading methods. There is peer to peer which has 10% compared to buy and hold when you chose the wrong coin to hold. Also, arbitrage has less risk if you will find the right exchange to trade.
5  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Your Best trading platform is? on: September 11, 2020, 02:24:54 PM
Crypto exchange platforms.

I've been studying the exchange platforms available for crypto trading and I saw a list of ten top crypto trading platforms from Cryptodetail.

I'll list below in order of rating.
1. Coinbase
2. Binance
4. Localbitcoins
5. Bitfinex
7. Kraken
8. Coinmama
9. Changelly
10. Prime XBT

In that ranking order we can see that Coinbase is the top and probably the best trading platforms. I found out that coinbase doesn't only offer trading services it also license other businesses to use its API for crypto payment related transaction.

I want us to discuss on the following areas.

1. From your experience which of the trading platform has great features and epic user experience (UX) that new traders should learn to use.

2. What is special about coinbase that almost all the website are ranking it to be the best crypto trading platform?
There are many trading platforms that are good and i like them. But here is my list of the best which i use mostly...
  • Binance
  • Yobit
  • Phemex
  • Bybit
  • Localbitcoins
  • Paxful
  • Bitfinex
  • Bittrex
I like coinbase but unfortunately it does not support all it's services in my country and that is why am using other platforms.
6  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Buying Bitcoin with no KYC verification on: September 11, 2020, 02:17:19 PM
Hi guys, I'm looking for a safe way to buy Bitcoin or any Altcoin with USD (Fiat) using Credit Card or Paypal without any ID verification. Do you guys have any idea how to do this.
I only know where you can buy BITCOIN with Paypal or any other payment methods. Have you ever heard about peer to peer trading method? You buy or sell cryptocurrencies to other traders directly. That method can help you to buy bitcoins with Paypal or to sell with Paypal. You can use paxful platform or localbitcoins, they are the best in peer to peer method.

But also you can try to check perfect money wallet. They accept many cryptocurrencies and i think you can transfer to Paypal from them.
7  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Which type of trading you think is good? on: September 11, 2020, 02:10:35 PM
There are many types of trading that they are good and profitable but the most typical which i like is a peer to peer trading. I like peer to peer trading method because is less risk than many other trading and it's the same as arbitrage trading method. The only challenge of these two methods it's because they required large trading capital.

Hodling also is good when you know how to read the market prices.
8  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Trading without setting stop loss (Risky or Not)? on: September 11, 2020, 02:03:27 PM
Trading without setting a stop loss is not good for me because i will be risking my money. Cryptocurrencies are volatile that means anytime i can lose or win!
By applying stop loss in my trades i will decrease loss because i will know the point that i will be going to lose if my trades will fail.

I always recommend using stop-loss no matter how professional you are, we may be professional traders but we are not the one who arranges coins prices.
9  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Legit trading courses on: September 11, 2020, 01:57:16 PM
I'm new to the whole crypto world and i've been fascinated by trading in this sector. I would love to find a good program that can help me learn and avoid painful mistakes, but im finding it quite hard to figure out which ones are real and which ones are scams!
For now the two one that sound legit are the course from tradercobbs by craig cobb and Blockchain education which is highly promoted by crypto oracle.
I was wondering if anyone knows if they are legit and in case have any advice's on good courses!
There are many places and many ways that you can learn trading and become a pro. I start to learn trading in 2017 and i learned through youtube.
Now am a good trader though i passed through many challenges, unfortunately for now a lot of tutorials are fake! Many YouTubers just focused on earning money with youtube so they teach to trade even if they don't know.

You can find free trading courses (legit-a lot) from udemy! I have learned a lot from them because no scammers in udemy.
10  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Trading bitcoin with paxful on: September 11, 2020, 01:51:03 PM
so i have been trading bitcoin through paxful for a couple of months now and i have been pretty successful with trades although i have run into a problem that seems to be a big issues amongst traders and that is dealing with banks and digital wallets such as paypal. i started trading with zell pay and chase shut my account down and took $1500 from me there was no resolve with chase they told me zell can only be used for personal and family transfers so i can no longer use that method to trade, the next issue was with paypal and the mainy payment methods you can use such as invoicing, and sending a person your paypal link but the issue with this method is that you have to wait 21 days after you make a trade inorder to have your money released, and i have a business account with paypal. paypal also canceled 5 of my invoice trade without reason.

my ultimate question here is for a person living in america what is the best payment method to use so that you can receive money for your trades without dealing with the holds, limits of banks and digital wallets. any advise on this matter would be great to have.
Friend, am a peer to peer trader as well. Am using paxful and localbitcoins because they have a good pricing difference.
Sometimes paypal has many challenges and sometimes it's a risk to trade via paypal.

The only good method that can complete your transactions very quickly is Skrill. Just try it and you will be happy... less than 2 minutes transactions!
11  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Testing crypto trading bots with real investments - check out the results on: September 11, 2020, 01:44:47 PM
This is my experience so far:

  • The bots that I have tested with no luck to get any good results: TradeSanta and Quadency
  • The only bot that I am happy with and keep running: Bitsgap
  • The bot that I am currently testing: Cryptohopper
Thank you for sharing your experience about these bots. I never believed in bots because many of them are fake.\
You may think you increase your profit but you may end up losing your money easily with them!

The only bot that am trusting and using it for a good profit is "Robotrade" for Yobit exchange. I recommend it to anyone because many of us here know Yobit that is safe and we believe it.
12  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Voted best trading platform on: September 11, 2020, 01:38:23 PM
Hello, according to you, which Bitcoin trading platform is best for newbie and professional investors? Personally I use Binance and very satisfied, the exchange stability, high speed and no margin.
Binance is the LEADING so i support you to use it because it has all important things for any professional trader.
I also recommend Yobit exchange because am using it now for one and a half years without any difficulties.
It has many ways for any trader to earn profit and it's very easy for beginners.
13  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: The best trading platform for beginners? on: September 11, 2020, 01:31:44 PM
Binance (Excellent)
KuCoin (Excellent)
BitFinex (Excellent)
I have trade using all these 3 platforms and they are among the best, i can say that. But for now there are many more platforms that have different methods of trading.
I use Yobit for day trading and i use localbitcoins for peer to peer trading.
14  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Be careful when you play games with your coins! on: September 09, 2020, 02:07:27 PM
Unfortunately, many people once they get their hands on gambling go straight to the casino in the hope of multiplying their income. Yeah, that's NOT going to happen.

In fact, when people think of gambling as a way to make money then the first thing they should be having on their mind is that they are going to lose that money. So the best remedy for that is to start thinking how to prevent this from happening, and there a few ways to do this.

Just by a quick Googling, people have already recognized this problem and there are countless of blogs and articles writing about this but this one here is most recent and does have some 'meat' to it.

You might think that these things discussed like practice on free games or with faucets are common sense but yet many don't consider these things and blow their money off within seconds.

Just to finish off with this: crypto is a great innovative space where if you know your way around you can make money relatively easily but you have to put in the time and effort. Equally, crypto unfortunately is also a space where money can be lost as easy if not easier than money can be made! A fact to keep in mind!
Thank you so much! You have elaborate my topic in a good and easy way for anyone to understand. Multiplying their income in gambling is not an easy thing as they thought!
15  Economy / Gambling discussion / Be careful when you play games with your coins! on: September 09, 2020, 10:44:02 AM
Hello, friends! We all know in anything that we do (including Gambling) there is always profit and loss, many gamblers forget that and they end up crying.
You should always play online games with a good plan, set a limit amount for playing a day. Without setting some amount you may deposit all your amount and lose it all.

Gambling is risky, remember you earn your coins in a hard way so protect them. Gambling is profitable only if you will play in them a good way.
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Ripple the next bitcoin? on: September 09, 2020, 10:33:08 AM
As we all have seen ripple has been quite strong these past few days and with all that it has done over the past months compared to most other currencies and the launch of xrapid is actually starting to show in its price.
There is so much talk about ripple taking over bitcoin and being 10$ what are your thoughts on this?
Ripple is one of my best coins and I will never stop trading them because with only $500 I can earn a lot of profit in ripple.
But I don't think if ripple will manage to be the next bitcoin or to overtake bitcoin! Just look at their price distance which they have.

Ripple will increase in profit in the future and will be more than $1 (I recommend many members to hold ripple) because many investors are now using it and even business owners.
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Blockchain games on: September 09, 2020, 10:27:00 AM
There are many blockchain games and I have played many of them. Some are profitable and other are not profitable because are very risky.
I never heard about "NICE" game, but I know "DICE" game and it's the leading in risky! Lol...

We need to be careful when we play games with our money, we earn them in hard ways! So let's protect them, play with a good plan.
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Hold Strong!!! on: September 09, 2020, 10:22:20 AM
You are right friend. We have to hold strong because this will not last forever the prices will be good and we can earn a profit.
As traders, we always need to be patient when we face any situation in the market no matter how the prices are.

It's just like what happened in March when BTC dropped to $4000, a lot of traders gave up and they sell for a loss! Only a few patience traders managed to hold and they earn a good profit when BTC recovered.
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: How to know if the project is fake? on: September 09, 2020, 10:15:52 AM
So how do you indentify if the project is fake?
To be honest, my best way to identify a fake project is through reviews! I will write a post about that exchange in three different forums and I will compare all the reviews.
There are some projects that I will review them on youtube as well, but not all because some of them are paying for fake reviews.

If it's an exchange you can use those which have been listed in CMC, Coingecko and etc from 1 - 30 maybe.
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Never give up on: September 09, 2020, 10:09:36 AM
There are many challenges to us as crypto traders, we should never give up because there is always profit and loss.
Be careful when you deal with bounties or airdrops because there are fake and there are legit, so be careful about that.
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