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October 30, 2017, 09:23:31 AM
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Is there any way of betting on a price fall? I can't find any derivatives for that.
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October 30, 2017, 09:27:45 AM
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You can bet on falling price of bitcoin with https://iqoption.com/land/crypto/en/ its binary trading.

If you don't like binary trading than you can trade bitcoin with leverage in https://simplefx.com/dashboard/

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October 30, 2017, 09:29:10 AM
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That's easy: sell your Bitcoins.

Or, if you want to do it without owning Bitcoins, it's called shorting Bitcoins. Several exchanges offer this, and it's a great way to burn through your money if prices keep rising.

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October 30, 2017, 10:13:47 AM
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That's easy: sell your Bitcoins.

Or, if you want to do it without owning Bitcoins, it's called shorting Bitcoins. Several exchanges offer this, and it's a great way to burn through your money if prices keep rising.
haha that's funny  Grin
Yes I thought by just selling your bitcoins now and wait for the fall,
But the climate for a bitcoin fall is not great for November before the 2x fork

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October 30, 2017, 10:37:21 AM
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That's easy: sell your Bitcoins.

Or, if you want to do it without owning Bitcoins, it's called shorting Bitcoins. Several exchanges offer this, and it's a great way to burn through your money if prices keep rising.
Please only go short or long if you REALLY know what you're doing, otherwise the risk of losing a LOT of money is directly around the corner!
(I would just sell when you expect the price to fall, and buy back in at a lower level.
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October 30, 2017, 09:59:59 PM
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The price is going to crash back down to under $2,000, mark my words. I do not know exactly when it will happen, but my estimate is before the New Year, guaranteed. If you think about it that would make a lot of sense since everyone will want to sell it to buy gifts and stuff for the holiday season. Although I have a feeling that Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies in general will possibly be the hottest gift too.


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October 30, 2017, 10:05:53 PM
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Is there any way of betting on a price fall? I can't find any derivatives for that.

it is difficult to predicting when the price is fall but we can try by watching and analyze in the market because if the price is down sometime it will going down for more so we can make buy order. but for people which don't want to buy, they can prepare to sell their bitcoin if they are thinking that they don't make any profit at all and they can prepare to wait in lower price to buy again. i think in out there, many of the news will spread about bad news that will make people getting panic and they selling their bitcoin with fast, so be careful and make sure you can sell at the price you want.
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October 31, 2017, 10:37:18 AM
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The price is going to crash back down to under $2,000, mark my words. I do not know exactly when it will happen, but my estimate is before the New Year, guaranteed. If you think about it that would make a lot of sense since everyone will want to sell it to buy gifts and stuff for the holiday season. Although I have a feeling that Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies in general will possibly be the hottest gift too.

While it is fair to say that their will be a price correction, to say that people will be selling Bitcoin and buying gifts 'and stuff' is going to be the reason behind the price fall that you're predicting is a rather horrid reason. Then you go on to contradict yourself by saying that Bitcoin and Altcoins will be popular as a gift. Simple supply and demand say that if more people are buying as gifts, the price should increase.

Back on topic here - Sell your Bitcoin and then buy again when you feel the fall is over / done with. To lock up your coins in a shitty options exchange is dumb, they're not as well known as the ones people like using and I wouldn't regard them as safe either.

That's the safest, cheapest, and easiest way to go about this.

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October 31, 2017, 11:10:58 AM
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Is there any way of betting on a price fall? I can't find any derivatives for that.

it is difficult to predicting when the price is fall but we can try by watching and analyze in the market because if the price is down sometime it will going down for more so we can make buy order. but for people which don't want to buy, they can prepare to sell their bitcoin if they are thinking that they don't make any profit at all and they can prepare to wait in lower price to buy again. i think in out there, many of the news will spread about bad news that will make people getting panic and they selling their bitcoin with fast, so be careful and make sure you can sell at the price you want.

It is a kind of gambling right where the comes of harder prediction and other worries on betting. If you want to utilize the bitcoin higher you can buy the coins whenever it falls. In that scenario, bitcoin price falling also good for the investors who wish to invest on it. Don't consider the time when the bitcoin price falls down as the bad time. Still gives a profit after some months.

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October 31, 2017, 11:53:28 AM
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Is there any way of betting on a price fall? I can't find any derivatives for that.

are you sure sell your bitcoin today yes is easy to dispossed your bitcoin now bitcoin keep increasing or are you panicking for the incoming fork thats why you want to sell your bitcoin, if you want to sell your bitcoin doit now do not wait the price fall, in times of bitcoin falling down the price i think not good idea to sell your bitcoin some people based on experience holding bitcoin during dump are profitable when the times uprise again good profits you can recieve.

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October 31, 2017, 12:19:53 PM
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The price is going to crash back down to under $2,000, mark my words. I do not know exactly when it will happen, but my estimate is before the New Year, guaranteed. If you think about it that would make a lot of sense since everyone will want to sell it to buy gifts and stuff for the holiday season. Although I have a feeling that Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies in general will possibly be the hottest gift too.
You must be joking right ? Grin Because if you are not, then I must say that I haven't seen a person like you in my life. Who would predict the price fall of Bitcoin because of a new year ? The price of Bitcoin is around $6k and you are saying just because it's a new year and people has to buy gifts for their families, the price will fall back to $2k .  Undecided Undecided Who in the world will  buy so much gifts   Huh
Is there any way of betting on a price fall? I can't find any derivatives for that.
Bitcoin is reaching new heights now and since the fork is near there are no chances now that the price will see a decline.
After the fork there are good chances for a correction in price and I must say that the correction should happen since BTC has raised too high in a very short time which gives it risk to fall harder. If a correction of price takes place then BTC will be more strong and rise with good stability.
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October 31, 2017, 12:25:55 PM
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Bitcoin is reaching new heights now and since the fork is near there are no chances now that the price will see a decline.
After the fork there are good chances for a correction in price and I must say that the correction should happen since BTC has raised too high in a very short time which gives it risk to fall harder. If a correction of price takes place then BTC will be more strong and rise with good stability.
Imho there gona be a correction pretty soon and since we already have a huge growth it is reasonable to expect something hard. Also if OP is talking about middle term price (like some month) then we can also count on the ICO bubble that may blow up at the next year when people will see that  most of those projects just took the money and haven't done anything.

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October 31, 2017, 12:51:40 PM
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The price is going to crash back down to under $2,000, mark my words. I do not know exactly when it will happen, but my estimate is before the New Year, guaranteed. If you think about it that would make a lot of sense since everyone will want to sell it to buy gifts and stuff for the holiday season. Although I have a feeling that Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies in general will possibly be the hottest gift too.

if you were a brand new account i would have said he has not been around to know but as someone who owns a legendary account you have been around for enough time to know that is not true.

each year people make the same prediction about "selling to buy stuff before new years" but each year it never happens. sometimes there is a little dip because of other reasons but in general people never "sell their investment to buy new year stuff". they use their fiat, their salary and bonus,... to do that.

besides, you have new year. some part of the world have  their new year in another month like China for example. and bitcoin is global!


 
 
 
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October 31, 2017, 01:19:27 PM
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It is really hard to figure out on how things happen in bitcoin aside from the demand and supply that it follows, but we have to be positive only that bitcoin will gonna rise.
If you are bothering with this question about buying or having the right time to buy, uhm yes it is hard to buy because it is so high but if you invest now then surely tomorrow you gonna earn profit.

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November 01, 2017, 03:37:24 AM
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I know crypto trading is one way trading. It means that we get profit if we buy low and sell high.
If you wish to trade both side you can enter to forex market since now broker provide crypto market with leverage. And maybe try binary options.

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November 01, 2017, 03:55:14 PM
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Is there any way of betting on a price fall? I can't find any derivatives for that.
In my eyes that party which bet on the price to be low in the coming days will lose because the price of bitcoin is growing more and more and it reached to almost 6200 dollars in a few weeks.

Now I think there is no chance of falling its value, because more and more people are investing in bitcoin and the market cap of bitcoin is increasing day by day. I warn the gamblers not to bet on falling price rather loosing will be their destiny.

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I know crypto trading is one way trading. It means that we get profit if we buy low and sell high.
If you wish to trade both side you can enter to forex market since now broker provide crypto market with leverage. And maybe try binary options.
Now many exchanges offering this option we can sell and buy if some one believe its going to down then surely sell and put money on price which is he expecting in near future going to forex is very bad experience because its very risky and you can lost more then you can gain


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November 01, 2017, 04:22:11 PM
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Is there any way of betting on a price fall? I can't find any derivatives for that.
Just sell your Bitcoins and then buy them back after the price drops (or at least at the time you plan for the price to drop). Although I wouldn’t try this on a long term scale.

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You can bet on the price of Bitcoin falling on InterTrader. There's an ad for them on the tube in London currently with a deal that if you trade with them you'll get 1 free Ether (ETH).
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You can bet on the price of Bitcoin falling on InterTrader. There's an ad for them on the tube in London currently with a deal that if you trade with them you'll get 1 free Ether (ETH).
well the only thing i believe you can bet big in the falling of btc price is to buy a lot of btc it can really be profitable if save buy it in a low price then save it and hold .not unless we also sell it in a low price .maybe we can loose capital if we do so.but i think only fool can do that buying  in less capital is really diff. That was really profitable than buying btc in a high price.

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