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Author Topic: What is Arbitrage? How to earn and what to consider at the start?  (Read 18 times)
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May 07, 2018, 06:11:01 PM
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Minning top-level crypto currency is becoming more complicated. A large-scale trading is not available to beginners due to lack of experience and banal fear to go into negative. Therefore, an increasing interest attracts alternative ways of earning on the crypto currency. For example, arbitrage on cryptocurrency exchanges. Let's look at the features of this tool!

Arbitrage is a common way of earning money on the exchange market. This is a sequence of operations for buying and selling currencies at various sites (spatial arbitration) or for a certain period of time (temporary arbitration).

The possibility of spatial arbitrage кpиптoвaлют is caused by a considerable scatter of the prices at stock exchanges. Attentive traders, for sure, noticed how different the cost of BTC, ETH and other coins on Binance and Yobit or HitBTC and EXMO is. With what is it connected?

First of all, with the peculiarities of the functioning of exchanges: with what crypto currency they work, do they accept Fiat, what options for entering and withdrawing money offer and so on.

For example, at one time on the South African exchange Golix bitcoin traded at 28 thousand dollars, while on top sites like Binance and Bitfinex - only 8 thousand. This paradox is explained by the fact that it is possible to withdraw Fiat from Golix only to a bank account opened in Zimbabwe, and it is impossible to transfer funds abroad at all.

But for example, you do not need to go to Africa. Right now BTC is traded on Bitfinex at 9800, on Bitstamp - at 9700, on LiveCoin - at 9600, and on EXMO - less than 9500 dollars. The same applies to the altcoyins. Sometimes the difference is very significant, and you can earn on it. Moreover, you can earn on arbitration even without going beyond the limits of the crypto exchange.

About schemes of Arbitrage i will tell u later! https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3677630.msg36768122#msg36768122



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