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Question: 9/19 Closing Price:
0 - 1 (1.6%)
<$10,000 - 3 (4.8%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 2 (3.2%)
$10,501-$11,000 - 13 (20.6%)
$11,001-$11,500 - 19 (30.2%)
$11,501-$12,000 - 8 (12.7%)
$12,001-$12,500 - 7 (11.1%)
$12,501-$13,000 - 2 (3.2%)
>$13,000 - 3 (4.8%)
>$20,000 - 5 (7.9%)
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June 25, 2019, 09:38:35 PM

It's fucking shitcoin Armageddon out there

Yup - the ALT/BTC charts are largely the opposite of the BTC/FIAT ones.

I still have too many, I was looking to sell them for BTC to cash out a little (so as not to touch the 'proper stuff' in cold storage)

Seems like I've left it a little late for most of them.  Most are zero net cost now - but still, it's an 'ouch'.


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June 25, 2019, 09:40:38 PM

here we go
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June 25, 2019, 09:42:51 PM

Ref. Coinabse in UK:
Transactions in used to be damn quick.  Minutes, even.

A few days ago I popped a bit of fiat over to CB and sure enough it arrived in minutes - but when I went to transfer it to Coinbase Pro as I have done before - it was 'on hold'.

They now put it on hold for five days before 'releasing it'. Just so you know; 'in' is not instant anymore, it seems (at least for me).  It's a shame as getting money in fast was a big plus. That's cost me more than a few bucks.

I can't say on withdrawal of cash as I don't cash out on Coinbase, though - I have always used Stamp for that. 

Something weird's going on with faster payments to Coinbase Pro. I think they've reverted to having to wire to the EU.

For Pro, you go through a non-UK bank.

The trick was to pay to 'normal' CB (still UK bank) and then you can do free and instant internal transfers. 

But that door seems to be closed.
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June 25, 2019, 09:45:32 PM
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Hey - I popped a post up on the power of BTC this morning and seemed to have been blessed with much appreciation.

To:

Globb0
Biodom
vapourminer
JimboToronto
xhomerx10
JayJuanGee
Dunkelheit667
fluidjax
Phil_S
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You made my day and I can spread some sM around again. Thank you.

It would have been M0ar if I wasn't dry ATM. Smiley

Great to see you posting!

Hey mate - we have shared a certain thread for a few years - have a couple back. 
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June 25, 2019, 09:47:16 PM

Ref. Coinabse in UK:
Transactions in used to be damn quick.  Minutes, even.

A few days ago I popped a bit of fiat over to CB and sure enough it arrived in minutes - but when I went to transfer it to Coinbase Pro as I have done before - it was 'on hold'.

They now put it on hold for five days before 'releasing it'. Just so you know; 'in' is not instant anymore, it seems (at least for me).  It's a shame as getting money in fast was a big plus. That's cost me more than a few bucks.

I can't say on withdrawal of cash as I don't cash out on Coinbase, though - I have always used Stamp for that. 


Ref: Stamp - they did start to ask a LOT of questions in late '17 about where I the coins I had sold were from.  Very intrusive and (at that time) they held a fair sum I wanted out until I answered.  I was a little rattled as it was a serious figure.  Sorted in the end - but I had to jump through hoops that were far more intrusive than ordinary KYC.

I keep a USD account at a bank in the UK so I don't lose out on the USD - EURO - GBP exchange losses.  Then use a Forex broker to get back into GBP when I need to.   That said, having USD was useful to buy back at Stamp once we bottomed out.

So far, not too many questions at the bank I have the USD a/c at.  I didn't actually say upfront it was for BTC, of course.  I just said it was 'USD investment income', which was not a lie.
Hi Kurious
I have hear many having either problems or feeling ripped off by coinbase in one way or another.
Maybe it is time to go your separate ways with this exchange once and for all. And since it looks like you are using GBP then maybe an exchange which works in the same currency would be a better fit for you.
I just received a message from another user here who told me they have been using kraken for awhile now and havent had any issues at all with even doing withdrawals of five figure amounts.
So you might want to give them a try since choosing the right exchange now a days is a difficult task to complete and having the proper one which doesnt cause you any grief with your exchange from crypto to fiat or the other way around a challenge in itself.
Hope this little tidbit helps you in some way or another.
Cheers to you. Smiley
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June 25, 2019, 09:49:25 PM

I am always at your service friend


*tips hat*

Back atcha mate - and that reminds me... my hat is out of date. Hardly wore it in!  10K? 

Soooo last season.
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June 25, 2019, 09:49:33 PM

Hey mate - we have shared a certain thread for a few years - have a couple back. 

Ohh, shit...did I do that?

Ohh well w00ps, I like being dry for the right reasons. Smiley
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$11500 on stamp!




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June 25, 2019, 09:56:50 PM

Hey - I popped a post up on the power of BTC this morning and seemed to have been blessed with much appreciation.

To:

Globb0
Biodom
vapourminer
JimboToronto
xhomerx10
JayJuanGee
Dunkelheit667
fluidjax
Phil_S
Toxic2040
machasm
mfort312
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You made my day and I can spread some sM around again. Thank you.

You just did an very kind gesture toward your employé/friend
I have a small company as well with my father, brother and they both hodl Some as well, mmmm my father the least with his panic sell habit or better coins thinking (to perform better based on 0 knowledge,  cause he knows nothing)
But the 3 working for us also all have their solid investment (cause of me Smiley) as f***ing many friends of me have @the moment
@current market i’m the man of the hour for everyone at my place ..... Cheesy

Thanks, Mic - and good for you, too.  Generosity is its own reward and you are a generous soul.
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June 25, 2019, 09:59:59 PM

Observing 11575, Testing 11.7K imminent

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June 25, 2019, 10:02:18 PM

this train

bound for glory

this train
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June 25, 2019, 10:04:00 PM

Yup - the ALT/BTC charts are largely the opposite of the BTC/FIAT ones.

I still have too many, I was looking to sell them for BTC to cash out a little (so as not to touch the 'proper stuff' in cold storage)

Seems like I've left it a little late for most of them.  Most are zero net cost now - but still, it's an 'ouch'.
It's pretty fucked up at the moment. Not a great time to dump, maybe time to grab a few cheap.

However with BTC at 11500 I'm not giving much of a fuck :-)

Did I say 115? More like almost 116....
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Hi Kurious
I have hear many having either problems or feeling ripped off by coinbase in one way or another.
Maybe it is time to go your separate ways with this exchange once and for all. And since it looks like you are using GBP then maybe an exchange which works in the same currency would be a better fit for you.
I just received a message from another user here who told me they have been using kraken for awhile now and havent had any issues at all with even doing withdrawals of five figure amounts.
So you might want to give them a try since choosing the right exchange now a days is a difficult task to complete and having the proper one which doesnt cause you any grief with your exchange from crypto to fiat or the other way around a challenge in itself.
Hope this little tidbit helps you in some way or another.
Cheers to you. Smiley

Yes, but most GBP exchanges are not comparable in liquidity and spread to trading in USD...

I did/ still do trust Stamp - who are as close as it gets to a major UK exchange as the company is (I think) still registered in the UK.

I don't like Coinbase, but to be able to pick up quickly via an instant bank transfer was neat, once they set up a UK site in GBP.

Kraken are a big player in the Euro/BTC market, but are based in the USA, which is not so good if you have an issue and are based in Europe, as I mostly am.
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June 25, 2019, 10:09:57 PM

This is starting to make me a little nervous. I'm getting deja vu December 2017. Can't the market be a little flat for a spell?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dbk29JZdl5A
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June 25, 2019, 10:13:55 PM

This is starting to make me a little nervous. I'm getting deja vu December 2017. Can't the market be a little flat for a spell?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dbk29JZdl5A

The next halving is a year away, there's no reason to be nervous - unless you are buying a long on margin.
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June 25, 2019, 10:16:04 PM

more like...

oh never mind, none of these posts are going to age well
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June 25, 2019, 10:18:53 PM

Yup - the ALT/BTC charts are largely the opposite of the BTC/FIAT ones.

I still have too many, I was looking to sell them for BTC to cash out a little (so as not to touch the 'proper stuff' in cold storage)

Seems like I've left it a little late for most of them.  Most are zero net cost now - but still, it's an 'ouch'.
It's pretty fucked up at the moment. Not a great time to dump, maybe time to grab a few cheap.

However with BTC at 11500 I'm not giving much of a fuck :-)

Did I say 115? More like almost 116....

I actually did pick up some of a decent Alt this morning, I had a few sats left from getting out of LTC just in time a few days back.  Then spent it on something else that promptly dropped 5% today.

Should have HODL'd it.... Hey ho, got to trade a little - for the adrenaline if nothing else.
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June 25, 2019, 10:19:30 PM

This is starting to make me a little nervous. I'm getting deja vu December 2017. Can't the market be a little flat for a spell?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dbk29JZdl5A

I was feeling that a few days back but now I'm just like fuckit grab this and hold on.






more like...

oh never mind, none of these posts are going to age well

Waiting for the guy fucking the Pickup right now. Smiley
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June 25, 2019, 10:26:12 PM

more like...

oh never mind, none of these posts are going to age well


Haven't seen this in a while - but it still fits.
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