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October 09, 2018, 07:06:33 AM
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Has anyone used the Robinhood trading app? I saw that it is now available in more US states and is expanding out, however I have never actually used it myself. Is it worthwhile?
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October 09, 2018, 09:35:12 AM
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If you're from outside of the U.S., you will not have an access to the Robinhood marketplace. Suffice to say, being a regulated business with almost no fees does have its perks. Instead of spamming you here with text, I can give you a guide about the platform and then you can see it for yourself:
https://www.cryptocointrade.com/reviews/robinhood-review/
Not a bad platform IMHO due to fees and the point that your assets are secure from hacks and market manipulation, though it requires full verification form your side (who doesn't these days).
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October 11, 2018, 01:36:30 AM
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If you're from outside of the U.S., you will not have an access to the Robinhood marketplace. Suffice to say, being a regulated business with almost no fees does have its perks. Instead of spamming you here with text, I can give you a guide about the platform and then you can see it for yourself:
https://www.cryptocointrade.com/reviews/robinhood-review/
Not a bad platform IMHO due to fees and the point that your assets are secure from hacks and market manipulation, though it requires full verification form your side (who doesn't these days).

Thank you so much for this, greatly appreciated. I will take a look!
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October 11, 2018, 06:27:07 AM
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Has anyone used the Robinhood trading app? I saw that it is now available in more US states and is expanding out, however I have never actually used it myself. Is it worthwhile?
I am not sure if its a global thing yet, for it to be a global thing it needs to start getting more agreements
with more global banks. For example instead of getting a deal with all local places these type of apps can get a deal with places like hsbc or similar global banks and that way they can just accept people from all over the world and the cashing out cashing in parts will be done via the banks that have global stores around the world. However even with just one big global bank agreement they have not done anything about it yet and they are common in USA whereas not so much worldwide.
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