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August 06, 2018, 08:48:17 AM
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Hi guys ...
I'm newbie member in field of trading crypto currency
I'm still learning and watching the market
but I have seen an interesting thing :
almost all the powerful exchange platform has their own coin like binance
and some of them ( as I think , I don't know If i'm Wrong .. if so , please explain it to me )
offer some of their profit to member how hold their coin
for example : bigone exchange platform
they give a percentage of their profit to members how hold their coin.
so as experiment I will convert about 25$ to certain platform exchange coin and hold it .
that's mean I will receive profit of that .
so is all of what I've said is true or I mis-thinking .
and if that true :
what is the best exchange platform that give best parentage to their coin holder ?
and is their another platform you think it's better ? why ?
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August 06, 2018, 11:15:28 AM
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Investment in crypto currency is a risk. No one will give you advice on what is better and what is worse. Make your list, analyze the prices of these currencies on a coinmarketcap.com and read their official news. The market of crypto currency is changing daily, and if you rely on someone else's opinion you will not earn, but rather lose.
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August 06, 2018, 11:20:18 AM
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I find it difficult to read if all of your sentences are in the center.

You're talking about those dividends coins from these exchanges. AFAIK there's a certain amount of coin that you must hold before receiving that specific percentage.

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August 06, 2018, 01:56:17 PM
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Hello, here i am going to introduce you to several coin exchanges with their own coins, paying dividends for holding their coins -
1. Bibox - token BIX
2. Binance - BNB - Binance token
3. KuCoin - KCS
4. CryptoBridge - BCO - BridgeCoin
5. COSS - COSS token
6. Cryptopia - CEFS - CryptopiaFeesShare
You can choose from these options, the exact percentage of pay you have to look at their web site.
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August 06, 2018, 02:11:22 PM
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I find it difficult to read if all of your sentences are in the center.

You're talking about those dividends coins from these exchanges. AFAIK there's a certain amount of coin that you must hold before receiving that specific percentage.
Indeed, i think the OP wants to post in stylish way on what the op like. There's nothing wrong with it and it doesn't affect what we do but i surely find it difficult to read. We'll each one of us have our own style or way to express or show something.

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August 06, 2018, 02:17:46 PM
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Hello, here i am going to introduce you to several coin exchanges with their own coins, paying dividends for holding their coins -
1. Bibox - token BIX
2. Binance - BNB - Binance token
3. KuCoin - KCS
4. CryptoBridge - BCO - BridgeCoin
5. COSS - COSS token
6. Cryptopia - CEFS - CryptopiaFeesShare
You can choose from these options, the exact percentage of pay you have to look at their web site.

I'm pretty sure Binance doesn't pay out dividends for holding BNB (for now, at least).

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August 06, 2018, 02:38:39 PM
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Hi guys ...

so is all of what I've said is true or I mis-thinking .

Yes, most of what you have said is true. The only inaccuracy is that it's not "most" exchanges that offer their own token/currency. It's really only a select few that do this.

The faith you have that their currency and exchange site will exist into the future is the first determination of which exchange to use.

The best factor impacting your choice (if you're chasing interest or profit sharing returns) is the percentage rate they are offering. If that percentage rate is higher than 5% PER YEAR they are likely a scam. It's just not possible to reliably guarantee greater than a 5% annual return on any investment in the world, let alone cryptocurrency.

what is the best exchange platform that give best parentage to their coin holder ?
and is their another platform you think it's better ? why ?

Yes, there is a better exchange platform for interest returns - it is Freebitco.in faucet/exchange (PM me for a referral link!)

Freebitco.in pays 4% per year on balances over 30,000 satoshi and the pay out every single day so you don't have to lock up your savings for any period of time. They've been reliably paying this interest for over a year now and the owner has great attitude and goals to keep his business moving forward in the future.

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