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December 07, 2017, 02:45:41 PM
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Please I need your suggestions, can 0.01eth deposit tokens on ether delta, sell and withdraw?

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December 07, 2017, 02:51:38 PM
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Do not consider buying ETH and ERC20 tokens in recent days because the entire ETH blockchain network is blocked by cats. This means that you simply can not make a transfer and the whole ETH blockchain is overwhelmed and blocked more severely than the BTC blockchain

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December 07, 2017, 02:55:18 PM
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Please I need your suggestions, can 0.01eth deposit tokens on ether delta, sell and withdraw?

0.01 ETH is plenty enough to deposit tokens on etherdelta, sell and withdraw. You can even repeat the process 2X more because a single process would cost you at least 0.004 ETH for successful transactions. 0.002 ETH for deposit fee, and 0.002 for withdraw. Sell fee is taken from the balance you have on etherdelta so it won't be handled by your wallet but it will be deducted on the tokens you plan to sell. Either way, I think it ain't a good time to sell erc20 tokens now.

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December 07, 2017, 02:58:10 PM
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Currently ETH blockchain is not stable, you should not send or receive ETH and Token if not needed. Wait a while longer, when all things return to normal.

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December 07, 2017, 02:58:16 PM
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I mean by the year ends, I want to deposit tokens, will it be enough?
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Yes you could do that, but if you send tokens or coins then your current balance will be deducted. Make sure it won't go off lesser than .001 eth or else you wont be able to send anymore unless you will laod it with another ethereum to reach the desired amount. But if you send coins or tokens make sure to read their page because some tokens have rules on how to send them.

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December 07, 2017, 02:59:30 PM
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I mean by the year ends, I want to deposit tokens, will it be enough?
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Yes you could do that, but if you send tokens or coins then your current balance will be deducted. Make sure it won't go off lesser than .001 eth or else you wont be able to send anymore unless you will laod it with another ethereum to reach the desired amount. But if you send coins or tokens make sure to read their page because some tokens have rules on how to send them.

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December 07, 2017, 03:00:12 PM
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Do not consider buying ETH and ERC20 tokens in recent days because the entire ETH blockchain network is blocked by cats. This means that you simply can not make a transfer and the whole ETH blockchain is overwhelmed and blocked more severely than the BTC blockchain

I mean by the year ends, I want to deposit tokens, will it be enough?


Yes you could do that, but if you send tokens or coins then your current balance will be deducted. Make sure it won't go off lesser than .001 eth or else you wont be able to send anymore unless you will laod it with another ethereum to reach the desired amount. But if you send coins or tokens make sure to read their page because some tokens have rules on how to send them.

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