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July 16, 2019, 10:53:00 AM
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What is this project such AMFEIX? I have never heard of him. What he really is? How can I read more about him? Although the website has a lot of information about it.
hello! This is the coolest investment fund I've ever heard of! I advise you to familiarize yourself with the fund in more detail, it provides great conditions for participation!
friend, I totally agree with you! I’ll finally be able to add value to my bitcoin assets! By the way, the fund works in such a way that they take a commission of 20% only if I got a profit. That is, there is no profit - no commission.

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July 16, 2019, 11:11:15 AM
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What is this project such AMFEIX? I have never heard of him. What he really is? How can I read more about him? Although the website has a lot of information about it.
hello! This is the coolest investment fund I've ever heard of! I advise you to familiarize yourself with the fund in more detail, it provides great conditions for participation!
friend, I totally agree with you! I’ll finally be able to add value to my bitcoin assets! By the way, the fund works in such a way that they take a commission of 20% only if I got a profit. That is, there is no profit - no commission.
of course, the project team is financially interested in increasing the size of your bitcoins. For example, if you have 1 bitcoin, then the developers will make of it 1.1 or 1.2 bitcoins. This is cool, I think!
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July 16, 2019, 11:20:36 AM
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as I understand it, this scheme is called returning profits to participants. And still it is worth considering that the value of digital assets is growing. What is the reason? Tell me more.
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July 16, 2019, 11:29:48 AM
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as I understand it, this scheme is called returning profits to participants. And still it is worth considering that the value of digital assets is growing. What is the reason? Tell me more.
this is due to the fact that at the present time there are excellent conditions for participation in various cryptocurrency-related projects. Until it became a massive introduction, you can use these conditions for profit.
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July 16, 2019, 11:40:53 AM
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as I understand it, this scheme is called returning profits to participants. And still it is worth considering that the value of digital assets is growing. What is the reason? Tell me more.
this is due to the fact that at the present time there are excellent conditions for participation in various cryptocurrency-related projects. Until it became a massive introduction, you can use these conditions for profit.
you can also add, perhaps, that the demand for cryptocurrency is increasing, as well as the number of investors who understand the benefits of cryptocurrency.
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July 16, 2019, 11:50:36 AM
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as I understand it, this scheme is called returning profits to participants. And still it is worth considering that the value of digital assets is growing. What is the reason? Tell me more.
this is due to the fact that at the present time there are excellent conditions for participation in various cryptocurrency-related projects. Until it became a massive introduction, you can use these conditions for profit.
you can also add, perhaps, that the demand for cryptocurrency is increasing, as well as the number of investors who understand the benefits of cryptocurrency.
yes, investors will certainly get a solid profit on the growth of assets, because I'm right? And what, the developers guarantee a profit, despite the fact that the cryptocurrency world is quite volatile?
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July 16, 2019, 11:56:58 AM
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my friend, the developers do not give guarantees, because along with the profit sometimes there are losses. I think that in comparison with the profit they will be insignificant. However, in general, the team is committed to long-term profit.
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July 16, 2019, 12:05:30 PM
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my friend, the developers do not give guarantees, because along with the profit sometimes there are losses. I think that in comparison with the profit they will be insignificant. However, in general, the team is committed to long-term profit.
I may be confusing something, but do you mean long-term profit, or the strategy that is used to consolidate positions? After all, there are other strategies to get it not in such a long time.
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July 16, 2019, 12:12:18 PM
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my friend, the developers do not give guarantees, because along with the profit sometimes there are losses. I think that in comparison with the profit they will be insignificant. However, in general, the team is committed to long-term profit.
I may be confusing something, but do you mean long-term profit, or the strategy that is used to consolidate positions? After all, there are other strategies to get it not in such a long time.
yes, that's right. There are both short-term and medium-term and long-term strategies, but traders have many years of professional experience, as I understand it, so strategies are set at their discretion.
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July 16, 2019, 12:17:56 PM
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friends, you know, I now seem to understand what this fund can be compared with and in general the cryptocurrency world as a whole. This is similar to the purchase of shares of a company that is still in the process of growth: shares are rising in price, as is the growing demand for bitcoin assets.

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July 16, 2019, 12:23:36 PM
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friends, you know, I now seem to understand what this fund can be compared with and in general the cryptocurrency world as a whole. This is similar to the purchase of shares of a company that is still in the process of growth: shares are rising in price, as is the growing demand for bitcoin assets.
yes, probably, this is true. The cryptocurrency industry is in a state of development, so the number of investors arrives and arrives. By the way, I heard such a tendency that each new project solves a certain problem. What can you say about this fund?
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July 16, 2019, 12:36:51 PM
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friends, you know, I now seem to understand what this fund can be compared with and in general the cryptocurrency world as a whole. This is similar to the purchase of shares of a company that is still in the process of growth: shares are rising in price, as is the growing demand for bitcoin assets.
yes, probably, this is true. The cryptocurrency industry is in a state of development, so the number of investors arrives and arrives. By the way, I heard such a tendency that each new project solves a certain problem. What can you say about this fund?
considering that not all Bitcoin investors have the opportunity to trade independently and increase the size of Bitcoin assets, the fund will be in charge of this, in this case, AMFEIX. You invest and they trade for you. An interesting system, isn't it?

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July 16, 2019, 12:48:14 PM
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I agree that this is an interesting system. I understand that this fund is an investment, then tell me what is their plus? After all, if they cannot increase the size of your asset, then this means that they will not have a commission either?
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July 16, 2019, 01:41:51 PM
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I agree that this is an interesting system. I understand that this fund is an investment, then tell me what is their plus? After all, if they cannot increase the size of your asset, then this means that they will not have a commission either?
yes, so they are financially interested, we talked about this above. It should also be noted referral program, where the funds are divided in half with the referral and the fund.
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July 16, 2019, 01:47:37 PM
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I am interested in something else: which currency pairs are used for trading? If we are talking about Bitcoin, does this mean that other cryptocurrencies are not used for trading?

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July 16, 2019, 01:54:26 PM
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I am interested in something else: which currency pairs are used for trading? If we are talking about Bitcoin, does this mean that other cryptocurrencies are not used for trading?
it seems to me that those cryptocurrencies that have a decent amount of capitalization and are at least in the top ten should be used. Do you know that these are cryptocurrencies?
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July 16, 2019, 02:01:34 PM
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I am interested in something else: which currency pairs are used for trading? If we are talking about Bitcoin, does this mean that other cryptocurrencies are not used for trading?
it seems to me that those cryptocurrencies that have a decent amount of capitalization and are at least in the top ten should be used. Do you know that these are cryptocurrencies?
I believe that these should be the following cryptocurrencies: Ethereum, Ripple, Litecoin ... I find it difficult to name any more, since I do not track Coin Market Cap. But you can name the rest of the coins yourself.

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July 16, 2019, 02:06:39 PM
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friends, let me replenish the list of coins. Besides those listed, these are Cardano, Monero and Binance Coin. By the way, these are pretty cool coins, so the developers will surely make the most profitable currency pairs!
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July 16, 2019, 02:11:58 PM
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friends, let me replenish the list of coins. Besides those listed, these are Cardano, Monero and Binance Coin. By the way, these are pretty cool coins, so the developers will surely make the most profitable currency pairs!
I assume that developers have a strategy for a standard currency pair, for example, as well as other pairs that are less exposed to risks. Bitcoin and the US dollar can be considered standard. Do you agree with me?
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July 16, 2019, 03:06:17 PM
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friends, let me replenish the list of coins. Besides those listed, these are Cardano, Monero and Binance Coin. By the way, these are pretty cool coins, so the developers will surely make the most profitable currency pairs!
I assume that developers have a strategy for a standard currency pair, for example, as well as other pairs that are less exposed to risks. Bitcoin and the US dollar can be considered standard. Do you agree with me?
yes, I also hold this opinion, especially since analysts have many years of experience in trading. I remember that there is a so-called portfolio, in which certain percentages are allocated for certain strategies. Tell me, is there a similar case?
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