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101  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What's the most anonymous way to own bitcoin? on: March 20, 2021, 05:10:15 PM
Thanks for the replies. Mining is a no go for me due to not having the equiment and it becoming prohibitivly expensive.

But the bitcoin mixer ideas should work.


I've started out using bitcoin ATMs that dont require ID, just a number. But the fees are atrocious even for the cheapest ones I can find compared to online exchanges.

Yeah I've thought about peer to peer I've just been kind of worried about getting defrauded or something happening.

I'd figure even if you buy from an exchange, convert it to monero, or yes as someone pointed out, just buying monero to start with if that's possible, and sending it to then trade for bitcoin would be just as good as other methods.

" A footprint can be an address search on a block explorer, where you're revealing that you want to know the balance of that address to the block explorer and to your ISP."
Thanks for mentioning this. I may have don goofed already on that one.


Also... "even if the Monero Blockchain hides all the information, the exchange will have a user, mail, and IP for that transaction, so, that way isn't anonymous at all."

So the exchange can see where you sent monero, and from there, when you exchange monero for bitcoin even when done off from the exchange on another platform?
102  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What's the most anonymous way to own bitcoin? on: March 20, 2021, 03:35:51 PM
I'll probably just skip the exchange.

Converting your Bitcoins to altcoins is usually done through an intermediary, usually an exchange which has to collect data for KYC/AML purposes. Even if you use Monero, you'll still have to convert it to Bitcoin at some point which would be through an exchange.

Instead, I'll use a P2P method (slightly more risky but way more privacy) and skip the whole exchange part. Just use a mixer or CoinJoin to break/obfuscate the link and you'll be better.

I'm thinking like on the safepal wallet. You can exchange crypto there, but there is no KYC.
103  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / What's the most anonymous way to own bitcoin? on: March 20, 2021, 03:25:17 PM
Is this the most anonymous way? Buy bitcoin from any exchange. Convert it to monero, send monero to a wallet, and from the wallet swap or exchange it for bitcoin?

Is that basically a way to anonimize your bitcoin? If you buy from most exchanges, they have your info. But once it goes through monero, no one can see anything about where it goes. So when it's traded for bitcoin on your wallet, that could have came from anywhere. There isn't really a way to say where those funds came from right?
104  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Will ADA and eth competitors get dumped if/when Ethereum 2.0 comes out? on: March 19, 2021, 11:47:24 PM
Or will they remain stable at least?

I think I like ADA anything better than what Eth can bring out. However I hold both. I started out with more eth but have just been stacking ADA because I like staking it for passive income.

You guys have any thoughts on this?
105  Economy / Exchanges / Re: Is there a way to see your total price gain or loss for Binance trading app? on: March 17, 2021, 03:59:15 PM
The safepal Binance app. Is there a way to see the price you bought it for, and what it is now? I don't see anything about that. So far I've just took screen shots of when I bought a coin. I see there is a way to go back in the history of orders, but it's not easily accessible.
I do not use Binance trading app but you can find it using Binance.com

Open your account ---> go to orders ---> order history you will find the price at the time you bought. go to spot and you will find the current price.
Also, I think you will find a detailed price trading when click on price (spot window) but I donít know if there is a way to export it in the form of .cv file

Might be worth mentioning I'm only talking about the binance app that comes with the safepal wallet. I don't have an account on the binance website.
I do see something kind of similar that will sort of help, in order list -> order history, if you dont do a ton of trading you can scroll down and eventually find the coin you bought. As long as you bought it with USDT you can know how much it is in that since it only tells you the price you paid in some other coin. So if you bought it with Binance coin, you have to look at the date, go to a website that gives you the historical price of BNB, find the date it was when you traded it in and convert that to dollars to get the price in USD. Issue is I mostly use BNB to trade with since it has lower fees so just taking a screen shot and labeling the date/time/price then n all that seems the most easy way to do it since I don't see any total gain/loss or price in USD I bought it for on the app itself. I've been trying to just keep a mental list in my head, pretty tedious.
106  Economy / Exchanges / Re: Is there a way to see your total price gain or loss for Binance trading app? on: March 17, 2021, 12:50:13 PM
The safepal Binance app. Is there a way to see the price you bought it for, and what it is now? I don't see anything about that. So far I've just took screen shots of when I bought a coin. I see there is a way to go back in the history of orders, but it's not easily accessible.

Robinhood just had a total gain/loss and easily scroll downable price history of what you bought and sold at. Dont really see that for safepals binance add on.
Do you mean the Binance application?
You meant that cannot access or see your PNL analysis and just a screenshot? I'm quite confused about this "screenshot". in the Binance application, we can see our order history and also the PNL analysis in our wallet. We can see how much we gained or lost.


I mean I have to take a picture/ screen shot on my phone of the coin. From there I have to save the pic I took, name being the date. So when I look at it again, I can see where the price was when I bought it, vs current.

107  Economy / Exchanges / Re: Is there a way to see your total price gain or loss for Binance trading app? on: March 15, 2021, 11:09:14 PM
Webull also has something similar, it takes some scrolling but it's there. Unless I'm missing something. I don't see anything on the Binance app.
108  Economy / Exchanges / Is there a way to see your total price gain or loss for Binance trading app? on: March 15, 2021, 03:55:33 PM
The safepal Binance app. Is there a way to see the price you bought it for, and what it is now? I don't see anything about that. So far I've just took screen shots of when I bought a coin. I see there is a way to go back in the history of orders, but it's not easily accessible.

Robinhood just had a total gain/loss and easily scroll downable price history of what you bought and sold at. Dont really see that for safepals binance add on.
109  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: again a Bitcoin millionaire who forgot his password on: March 14, 2021, 12:25:13 AM
Just print the BTC private key somewhere and voila your bitcoins are stored for life! No need for any special device. Some people make things more complicated than they are.

Exactly. Hell I'm even thinking of getting a lead? Or maybe .... aluminum or some thin sheet of metal to scratch the phrases on there. metal in case of a fire
110  Economy / Speculation / Re: How long would it take for one Satoshi to equal one US dollar? on: March 14, 2021, 12:23:20 AM
Yep, I try to just buy all the dips I can. If we get a bear market by next year. I'll prob do a lot more to keep stacking sats.
111  Economy / Speculation / Re: How long would it take for one Satoshi to equal one US dollar? on: March 14, 2021, 12:17:17 AM
Don't be hurried, just enjoy your profit or keep holding if you believe that will happen.

No worries not hurried, just wondering and thinking about it. I'm not selling out of botcoin until 1 sat = 1 dollar. So it might not even happen in my life time, there is the possibility it might just be a generational asset, something I pass down to my hopefully potential future kids.


Though, hopefully my alt coins make all of us alt holders wealthy or wealthier in the nearer future. That would be nice. Hopefully in the next 10 years I can buy myself a nice property somewhere with what I put in. Maybe. Or at least 10x would be wonderful.
112  Economy / Speculation / Re: How long would it take for one Satoshi to equal one US dollar? on: March 14, 2021, 12:11:35 AM
could be this year, next year, 10 year from now, non one know

That would be nice but I doubt it would be less than 10 years from now. But Idk.. I'm estimating about 50 years maybe. But that could change if more and more big bankers and maybe even nations start buying bitcoin.
113  Economy / Speculation / How long would it take for one Satoshi to equal one US dollar? on: March 13, 2021, 11:11:31 PM
Let's say you have a million satoshis. How long till you are a millionaire. I know no one can predict the future, but assuming bitcoin keeps climbing the logarithmic charts. How long do we have. 12 years or 50?
114  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Does Cardano, Vechain, and Cosmos plan to continue giving staking rewards? on: March 11, 2021, 01:20:59 PM
I dont see anything that says they wont. But just wondering what everyone here thinks. These definitely beat the banks any day of the week
115  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Does Cardano, Vechain, and Cosmos plan to continue giving staking rewards? on: March 11, 2021, 10:41:57 AM
Indefinitely? Or will they eventually end it?

I've been thinking. I really love the idea of getting passive income from staking ADA, ATOM, and VET. If I put a bunch of money into that. I could one day just live off of the passive income. Or it be at least enough to pay some bills. So is this something they plan to do indefinitely or is it only temporary, basically something to get people investing in?
116  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Which is better, ether or bitcoin? on: March 07, 2021, 12:11:07 AM
Bitcoin for the long haul. If I make profits off my alt coins, I will convert most of those profits in bitcoin.

It's the one and only. Ethereum has more uses, but it also has high gas fees, promises of making an eth 2.0 but with no time line and it's taking such a long time I feel another competitor might overtake them any time now with something better. There is a chance that even when they release eth 2.0, there might still be a competitor that has released something that is still even better with nearly no fees so Eth might get dethroned soon imo
117  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: My ADA BEP20 is stuck in limbo on the safepal wallet on: March 07, 2021, 12:08:28 AM
"Or just go with tradtional way of spot trading on exchanges."

I'm trying to get back what I can from my BNB (BEP20) from the Binance app on safepal.

I nearly had a heart attack last night when trying to do this. It said "withdrawal suspended" or something. Scared the crap out of me until I found out that apparently they were doing site maintenance and the withdraw function was restored. Are there any other exchanges that allow you to trade crypto without KYC requirements? I feel nervous to use binance much for exchanging when funds can be suspended at random for unknown amounts of time.
118  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: My ADA BEP20 is stuck in limbo on the safepal wallet on: March 06, 2021, 11:49:42 PM
I think you need some BNB for you to swap them as gas fees. Do you have any BNB stored in your wallet?

I'm not so familiar with using safepal, but that is my understanding from the error you are getting. It may be worth your while to try transferring some, even perhaps a small amount willl do since BSC network requires smaller fees. You can also check out trustwallet which supports most BEP20 tokens.

Yeah I had BNB but I had to convert some other currency to BNB(BEP20) in order to send the transaction. Good lord I wish there was a huge warning for people not to use BNB20 anything for anything. After conversion fees and now having atm mostly useless BNB BEP20 currency sitting (I had to do a minimum transaction amount to convert) the total fees makes me feel so retarded.. I can probably see about sending the rest of the BNB20 to convert with another program then see if I can send the rest of that if I can send it due to it being a small amount left. Idk.


All this because I noobishly assumed that ADA listed on safepal was just... ADA and didn't know about all the different issues that could arise from buying the wrong type. Didn't know anything other than I wanted to invest in ADA. I'm gonna die from severe noobness, I wish I learned about this stuff instead of paying money to learn mostly useless stuff in college classes a couple years back. If I put the money in crypto I'd be financially well off now. Better late than never I guess. I guess it's a learning process or something. idk.

When I looked up stuff about BEP20 vs ERC and the other one. Like there was nothing that mentioned this possible issue with stuff. 

119  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: My ADA BEP20 is stuck in limbo on the safepal wallet on: March 06, 2021, 08:14:44 AM
ADA is not BEP20, it is its own coin.
Yes its not. But exchanges like Binance allowed to have Bep20 tokenized form.


OP I'm not sure what kind of stuck are you talking about here, cause if you send it to a compatible Bep20 address too then there should be no problem provided that you pay for the small fee of transaction.

The only difference in format could be the ada own blockchain. Are you sure you are using which type before sending?

Normally, I can just swap cryptos for others but it it just says "BNB(BEP20) is not enough to pay for miners."

What other wallets support BEP20 ADA and will let you swap or convert? I guess I can send it to one of those, then convert it to either regular ADA or swap for something else I can send to the other wallet. Idk.
120  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: My ADA BEP20 is stuck in limbo on the safepal wallet on: March 06, 2021, 08:10:27 AM
Safepal apparently doesn't even offer ADA as it's own thing.
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