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December 29, 2017, 09:19:29 PM
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My first post and pretty much a newbie to everything.  I thought for sure would be a category for wallets and exchanges here, but I don't see one so I hope this is right place!

So I just signed up Binance and made several transactions from Coinbase, to Bitcoin, to my Atcoin.  Using iPhone iOS.  But I have a couple questions I can't figure out.

1) Where can I go and just see my totals?  Going under transaction history the are all broken up into many different transactions. I was kind of hoping for an area like a Wallet just says: Ripple 500 Alt 650 so on so on.  The only way I can see is to go to history and then add up each purchase.  Which brings me to my second question.

2) If I purchase 500 ripple, why does it show many, smaller transactions like 100,200,200?

3) And how secure does everyone think it is to just leave it there without putting it into a wallet?  My research shows that none of the actual sites are actually getting hacked into but individual accounts are. I have quite a bit of security set up so I would be absolutely shocked if somebody could hack into my personal account. But they are MUCH smarter than me.  And for few coins I have I don't see were it would be worth their effort.  Do you think I'm OK leaving it there for a few weeks?

Thanks everyone!

PS:  be careful because some kind away in doing all these conversions and after buying the coins I noticed in my transaction history i had bought, then sold and rebought again losing money for no reason!
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December 29, 2017, 09:23:35 PM
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December 29, 2017, 09:26:35 PM
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The only reason it's going to show a ton of smaller transactions is that it wasn't able to buy all of the coins (500) at the same price, so it's showing you all of the different prices which it bought the coin at.

This is to help you with giving you all of the prices so you can work out an average.

Binance is pretty secure, setup 2fa though.


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December 29, 2017, 10:00:41 PM
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Android u go to funds
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I dumped OS 2 years ago
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 I can't help but ask why you are telling me how to do it from an android when I have an iPhone?  Are you asking me to go out and buy an android for that purpose? LMAO!
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December 29, 2017, 10:34:12 PM
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1) Funds>Deposit Withdrawals in the top bar of the  page.

2) They are segmented based off the sell orders that are placed on the other side. They will sell you first whatever was placed first and then breaks into higher and lower price points at which you bought.

3) You should be fine but use 2FA for sure. However note that if you leave it for weeks and something does happen exchanges don't put all of that in cold storage but that is unique to each exchange. Check with the exchange prior to doing so because when they are on the exchange you don't control private keys which means those funds are actually not yours at that point in time.

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December 29, 2017, 10:40:40 PM
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It shows many, because you buy in the same price but first is filled 200 then filled another 200 price move again to higher. So have still 100 in pending order. It will be filled if the price move down to your buy order and it will be filled another 100. So not at the same time..

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December 29, 2017, 10:59:51 PM
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My first post and pretty much a newbie to everything.  I thought for sure would be a category for wallets and exchanges here, but I don't see one so I hope this is right place!

So I just signed up Binance and made several transactions from Coinbase, to Bitcoin, to my Atcoin.  Using iPhone iOS.  But I have a couple questions I can't figure out.

1) Where can I go and just see my totals?  Going under transaction history the are all broken up into many different transactions. I was kind of hoping for an area like a Wallet just says: Ripple 500 Alt 650 so on so on.  The only way I can see is to go to history and then add up each purchase.  Which brings me to my second question.

2) If I purchase 500 ripple, why does it show many, smaller transactions like 100,200,200?

3) And how secure does everyone think it is to just leave it there without putting it into a wallet?  My research shows that none of the actual sites are actually getting hacked into but individual accounts are. I have quite a bit of security set up so I would be absolutely shocked if somebody could hack into my personal account. But they are MUCH smarter than me.  And for few coins I have I don't see were it would be worth their effort.  Do you think I'm OK leaving it there for a few weeks?

Thanks everyone!

PS:  be careful because some kind away in doing all these conversions and after buying the coins I noticed in my transaction history i had bought, then sold and rebought again losing money for no reason!
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December 29, 2017, 11:14:12 PM
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binance is good place to buy coins, theres so many transaction. you should understand, also binance wallet is secure, because use 2fa.. i'vee been register yesterday.. thats good.

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December 29, 2017, 11:28:04 PM
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My first post and pretty much a newbie to everything.  I thought for sure would be a category for wallets and exchanges here, but I don't see one so I hope this is right place!

So I just signed up Binance and made several transactions from Coinbase, to Bitcoin, to my Atcoin.  Using iPhone iOS.  But I have a couple questions I can't figure out.

1) Where can I go and just see my totals?  Going under transaction history the are all broken up into many different transactions. I was kind of hoping for an area like a Wallet just says: Ripple 500 Alt 650 so on so on.  The only way I can see is to go to history and then add up each purchase.  Which brings me to my second question.

2) If I purchase 500 ripple, why does it show many, smaller transactions like 100,200,200?

3) And how secure does everyone think it is to just leave it there without putting it into a wallet?  My research shows that none of the actual sites are actually getting hacked into but individual accounts are. I have quite a bit of security set up so I would be absolutely shocked if somebody could hack into my personal account. But they are MUCH smarter than me.  And for few coins I have I don't see were it would be worth their effort.  Do you think I'm OK leaving it there for a few weeks?

Thanks everyone!

PS:  be careful because some kind away in doing all these conversions and after buying the coins I noticed in my transaction history i had bought, then sold and rebought again losing money for no reason!
if you are facing any difficulties on a setting exchange, it will be better for you to send a support tickets to the team for assistants.

 I don't really see this as a support issue, as much as a "how to use" issue.  Plus as we all know because of the recent explosion of these places getting overwhelmed, support tickets are a complete joke!!!!
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December 29, 2017, 11:35:51 PM
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1) Funds>Deposit Withdrawals in the top bar of the  page.

2) They are segmented based off the sell orders that are placed on the other side. They will sell you first whatever was placed first and then breaks into higher and lower price points at which you bought.

3) You should be fine but use 2FA for sure. However note that if you leave it for weeks and something does happen exchanges don't put all of that in cold storage but that is unique to each exchange. Check with the exchange prior to doing so because when they are on the exchange you don't control private keys which means those funds are actually not yours at that point in time.

Thanks everyone for your fast, great replies!!!  And I do now see that if I go to funds, deposit and hit hide small assets, it won't show that really long list!!!  Just shows my two only. Was great advice thanks Smiley
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December 30, 2017, 02:32:57 AM
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binance is good place to buy coins, theres so many transaction. you should understand, also binance wallet is secure, because use 2fa.. i'vee been register yesterday.. thats good.

 I exclusively use my iPhone and the mobile app so the authentication doesn't work with that I don't believe?
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December 30, 2017, 03:22:12 AM
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binance is good place to buy coins, theres so many transaction. you should understand, also binance wallet is secure, because use 2fa.. i'vee been register yesterday.. thats good.

 I exclusively use my iPhone and the mobile app so the authentication doesn't work with that I don't believe?
You can use any other authenticator app like authy instead of Google authenticator. I prefer authy over Google authenticator instead if Google even though I use android. Here's the link to it https://authy.com/download/
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December 30, 2017, 03:59:24 AM
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I’m an IOS mobile user and have not experienced any problem in Binance and google Authenticator. Hope you already made to know what your looking for, as the replies above mine is good enough. And using iPhone is much easier than android, just adding this as one wanted you use android one and that’s funny. Just an advice, to be totally secure don’t use Binance as a storage.

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December 30, 2017, 06:23:22 AM
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 Funds>Deposit Withdrawals in the top bar of the  page.Then,They are segmented based off the sell orders that are placed on the other side. They will sell you first whatever was placed first and then breaks into higher and lower price points at which you bought. You should be fine but use 2FA for sure. However note that if you leave it for weeks and something does happen exchanges don't put all of that in cold storage but that is unique to each exchange. Check with the exchange prior to doing so because when they are on the exchange you don't control private keys which means those funds are actually not yours at that point in time.
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December 30, 2017, 04:27:35 PM
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Think that's good advice. I did implement other things as a safety so think I'm good to go. But yes it's always scary when you hear of all this hacking! They are all smarter than me Smiley

One other thing I'm REALLY confused about. Let's say my coins shoot to the moon. Let's say for conversation purposes my $1 coin skyrockets to $1,000. Now I'm am instant millionaire! But wait. No. Binance has limits on bitcoins AND Coinbase has sell limits. Now what?

I miss that big spike in price because of limits and could only really cash in on a very limited amount of coins at that elevated price???

What's a man to do if it all booms for a few hours? Just lose out? So the most i could sell on Coinbase is say $15,000 or 15 $1 coins while the rest sit there "losing money" waiting for a week to transpire. Same as Binance for limits also!

Update: I went through the verification process with Binance and hopefully it will go smooth and that will increase me to more money than I have to worry about in a lifetime. But what to do with it after...hmmmm.  After doing some more research it does appear to be a very tricky problem for lot of people asking that same question!

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December 31, 2017, 01:14:50 AM
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You can also ask your questions here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2667100.msg27203578#msg27203578

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That's real nice I like!!!! So they have their own presence here to answer questions directly? Coinbase do that also?  This is a pretty cool site I'm glad I found it!!!!
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December 31, 2017, 03:37:34 AM
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That's real nice I like!!!! So they have their own presence here to answer questions directly? Coinbase do that also?  This is a pretty cool site I'm glad I found it!!!!
No. This user has nothing to do with Binance. Pay attention to his links and you will see that he just created the thread to grab some referrals and earn the 50% comission Binance offers.

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That's real nice I like!!!! So they have their own presence here to answer questions directly? Coinbase do that also?  This is a pretty cool site I'm glad I found it!!!!
No. This user has nothing to do with Binance. Pay attention to his links and you will see that he just created the thread to grab some referrals and earn the 50% comission Binance offers.

And I am returning 40% back to the user. Read the thread.

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December 31, 2017, 05:16:25 AM
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That's real nice I like!!!! So they have their own presence here to answer questions directly? Coinbase do that also?  This is a pretty cool site I'm glad I found it!!!!
No. This user has nothing to do with Binance. Pay attention to his links and you will see that he just created the thread to grab some referrals and earn the 50% comission Binance offers.

And I am returning 40% back to the user. Read the thread.
Never said you weren't. Just said that you don't work for Binance and want referrals (which is true). Read the post.

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