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January 25, 2018, 08:37:29 PM
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Folks, I believe Monero but I also believe Assian markets are the most significant markets for Monero demand. China banned something, South Kore is also talking about a regulation. How willl these things affect Monero's price?

I'm pretty sure Monero will rise up hard with the market demand very soon! Thanks for your time.

Monero will almost certainly be made illegal in many countries in the future
and it will probably negatively effect the price. However, this probably will not happen until after the price rises significantly first.

If that happens, it will probably encourage anon coin lovers to like it more...

Some people just love the bad boy (outcast) of the lot. Smiley
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January 25, 2018, 08:41:53 PM
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Ehem, ehem,

XMR users are attracted to anon coin for a reason...and usually, most of them want to remain anon as well... Wink

There are multiple reasons for being part of the Monero community although lately you would be hard to find anything other than moon people.


If that happens, it will probably encourage anon coin lovers to like it more...

Some people just love the bad boy (outcast) of the lot. Smiley

True that it will attract more anarchists and the like but as far as Users go it will be detrimental as if it is made criminal then just having the software could get you jail and or worse in some countries so that would cut out a huge chunk of the people that this is designed to help. It would not be a zero sum game but a net loss IMO.

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All anon coins are great. Even if you are not doing anything illegal, privacy is still a must. Our privacy is sacred. And the gov is not allowed to violate that.
If govs make it illegal for people to use anon coins? Then let us make it even more anon so that they wouldn't know about it in the first place.

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January 25, 2018, 09:09:29 PM
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What is Robinhood Crypto?

Robinhood is an app that lets you trade u.s. equities without any fees. Robinhood Crypto is Robinhood for crypto.

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Ehem, ehem,

XMR users are attracted to anon coin for a reason...and usually, most of them want to remain anon as well... Wink

There are multiple reasons for being part of the Monero community although lately you would be hard to find anything other than moon people.


If that happens, it will probably encourage anon coin lovers to like it more...

Some people just love the bad boy (outcast) of the lot. Smiley

True that it will attract more anarchists and the like but as far as Users go it will be detrimental as if it is made criminal then just having the software could get you jail and or worse in some countries so that would cut out a huge chunk of the people that this is designed to help. It would not be a zero sum game but a net loss IMO.

Why and how will government make it illegal?  Coins are inanimate objects...it is the action or use of it that may be criminal...not the coin.
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January 25, 2018, 09:28:42 PM
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All anon coins are great. ..

Untrue, but on the surface you would think that statement is correct but false coins claiming to be opaque are more dangerous than ones that are transparent as when they fail it taints all the others because the sheeple are just that stupid.

Even if you are not doing anything illegal, privacy is still a must. Our privacy is sacred. And the gov is not should not be allowed to violate that.
If govs make it illegal for people to use anon coins? Then let us make it even more anon so that they wouldn't know about it in the first place.

FTFY and agree with your sentiment but not sure how to accomplish your last statement. Well actually I have an idea on that but not willing to share. Tongue


What is Robinhood Crypto?

Robinhood is an app that lets you trade u.s. equities without any fees. Robinhood Crypto is Robinhood for crypto.

So no fee trading? Where is it centralized?



Ehem, ehem,

XMR users are attracted to anon coin for a reason...and usually, most of them want to remain anon as well... Wink

There are multiple reasons for being part of the Monero community although lately you would be hard to find anything other than moon people.


If that happens, it will probably encourage anon coin lovers to like it more...

Some people just love the bad boy (outcast) of the lot. Smiley

True that it will attract more anarchists and the like but as far as Users go it will be detrimental as if it is made criminal then just having the software could get you jail and or worse in some countries so that would cut out a huge chunk of the people that this is designed to help. It would not be a zero sum game but a net loss IMO.

Why and how will government make it illegal?  Coins are inanimate objects...it is the action or use of it that may be criminal...not the coin.
The Why is Control

and the How is below.

Well currently anyone using crypto can be tagged even if nothing else is known about what they are holding so the popo's can tell if your using crypto and if it's illegal then they seize you stuff and jail you. Pretty straight forward I would say. This is pretty much why Korvi is being developed for monero and no I don't want to quibble about VPNs and isp sniffing and so forth. Suffice to say that if they want to find out with todays tech They Can and they will. You can believe me or not that is your choice but you can also look up my posts and see I have warned for years about using cpu's since microcode insertion and only now is it coming out that anyone using those can be slammed in the ass.

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January 25, 2018, 11:54:28 PM
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Robinhood is an app that lets you trade u.s. equities without any fees. Robinhood Crypto is Robinhood for crypto.
So no fee trading? Where is it centralized?
on the servers of:

ROBINHOOD FINANCIAL, LLC
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CRD#: 165998
SEC#: 69188
B   Brokerage Firm Regulated by FINRA (San Francisco district office)
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PALO ALTO, CA 94306

Incorporation: Delaware
Founders: Baiju Bhatt and Vladamir Tenev


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Robinhood is an app that lets you trade u.s. equities without any fees. Robinhood Crypto is Robinhood for crypto.
So no fee trading? Where is it centralized?
on the servers of:

ROBINHOOD FINANCIAL, LLC
(CHRONOS FINANCIAL, LLC,ROBINHOOD FINANCIAL, LLC)
CRD#: 165998
SEC#: 69188
B   Brokerage Firm Regulated by FINRA (San Francisco district office)
MAIN ADDRESS
3200 ASH STREET
PALO ALTO, CA 94306

Incorporation: Delaware
Founders: Baiju Bhatt and Vladamir Tenev



Thanks! Looks like alot of good reading on the subject. Smiley

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Robinhood is an app that lets you trade u.s. equities without any fees. Robinhood Crypto is Robinhood for crypto.
So no fee trading? Where is it centralized?
on the servers of:

ROBINHOOD FINANCIAL, LLC
(CHRONOS FINANCIAL, LLC,ROBINHOOD FINANCIAL, LLC)
CRD#: 165998
SEC#: 69188
B   Brokerage Firm Regulated by FINRA (San Francisco district office)
MAIN ADDRESS
3200 ASH STREET
PALO ALTO, CA 94306

Incorporation: Delaware
Founders: Baiju Bhatt and Vladamir Tenev



Thanks! Looks like alot of good reading on the subject. Smiley

Yeah they've hit the news a fair bit in the last 24 hrs lots of good articles and interviews popping up around the place
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January 26, 2018, 12:47:47 AM
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I was looking into opening a Bitfinex account and ran across the fact that you need to deposit$10k to start, is that correct or is that just for fiat transfers or some such thing? Sounds nuts to start with that much on an exchange that will probably tank when the Tether train crashes and burns. Also IIRC all it's fiat portals have been shutdown by the Fed (correct me if I'm misremembering).

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I was looking into opening a Bitfinex account and ran across the fact that you need to deposit$10k to start, is that correct or is that just for fiat transfers or some such thing? Sounds nuts to start with that much on an exchange that will probably tank when the Tether train crashes and burns. Also IIRC all it's fiat portals have been shutdown by the Fed (correct me if I'm misremembering).

Not sure about EUR or other fiat, but Americans are banned from Bitfinex.
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I was looking into opening a Bitfinex account and ran across the fact that you need to deposit$10k to start, is that correct or is that just for fiat transfers or some such thing? Sounds nuts to start with that much on an exchange that will probably tank when the Tether train crashes and burns. Also IIRC all it's fiat portals have been shutdown by the Fed (correct me if I'm misremembering).

I logged in to check, and didn't see that.  Only that any crypto deposit valued less than $1000 will be charged a small fee, while larger deposits are free to make.  USD or Euro deposits require verification to even look at terms, so I can't help you there.
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January 26, 2018, 01:12:29 AM
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monerujo android app is fantastic! For me the best wallet I have ever used. It is well designed, easy to use and the funds are really on your hands, secured! With xmr.to integration I am able to use monero as currency today, pay bills and consume! That is astonishing! Makes me want to hold only monerojs because of the easy to use, instead of keeping a whole bunch of crap in an unstable and unsecure exchange that will eventually get hacked or get busted.
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Folks, I believe Monero but I also believe Assian markets are the most significant markets for Monero...

Are these assian markets same thing as the escort market, ala, Pinkdate?  Cheesy

See here: https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/7stigr/pinkdate_released_a_new_video_demo_for_their_app/
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I was looking into opening a Bitfinex account and ran across the fact that you need to deposit$10k to start, is that correct or is that just for fiat transfers or some such thing? Sounds nuts to start with that much on an exchange that will probably tank when the Tether train crashes and burns. Also IIRC all it's fiat portals have been shutdown by the Fed (correct me if I'm misremembering).

I logged in to check, and didn't see that.  Only that any crypto deposit valued less than $1000 will be charged a small fee, while larger deposits are free to make.  USD or Euro deposits require verification to even look at terms, so I can't help you there.

Thanks for checking on that for me. Smiley

Folks, I believe Monero but I also believe Assian markets are the most significant markets for Monero...

Are these assian markets same thing as the escort market, ala, Pinkdate?  Cheesy

See here: https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/7stigr/pinkdate_released_a_new_video_demo_for_their_app/


Just couldn't help myself. Cheesy defiantly testing phase rates there!

I was looking into opening a Bitfinex account and ran across the fact that you need to deposit$10k to start, is that correct or is that just for fiat transfers or some such thing? Sounds nuts to start with that much on an exchange that will probably tank when the Tether train crashes and burns. Also IIRC all it's fiat portals have been shutdown by the Fed (correct me if I'm misremembering).

Not sure about EUR or other fiat, but Americans are banned from Bitfinex.

We are not banned, the GOV has said nothing about it. Bitfinex have said they do not want US residents because of the FED's regulations
(and I'm sure them locking up their portals). I believe it is just IP block blacklisting so thats not really a stumbling block.

BTW I've tried binance in 3 different browsers (Firefox 45.0.1, Epic and slimbrowser) and it's completely screwed up and readable. Is anyone else having issues with this link?

https://www.binance.com/tradeDetail.html?symbol=XMR_BTC

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BTW I've tried binance in 3 different browsers (Firefox 45.0.1, Epic and slimbrowser) and it's completely screwed up and readable. Is anyone else having issues with this link?

https://www.binance.com/tradeDetail.html?symbol=XMR_BTC

Probably need a newer firefox. I'm using 58.0 and it worked fine.
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BTW I've tried binance in 3 different browsers (Firefox 45.0.1, Epic and slimbrowser) and it's completely screwed up and readable. Is anyone else having issues with this link?

https://www.binance.com/tradeDetail.html?symbol=XMR_BTC

Currently open on Chrome, no problems.  I gave up on Firefox until I get a computer that can handle its extreme hunger for resources.  Ya ya, I've been talking about it for 3 years or so  Roll Eyes  It's on backorder, at least.  Unlike the new truck that I. just. can't...
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January 26, 2018, 03:54:57 AM
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Robinhood Crypto announced today. Starts with BTC and ETH no-fee trades, but starts with market data for XMR and a few others, so expect RC to do no-fee order flow on more tickers soon-ish.

And: tighter capital controls will always be very very good for Monero.

Anyone else think that Coinbase's new competition from Robinhood Crypto may prompt them to hastily add more coins (e.g. Monero)?
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 Huh how long can can they leave this buy order up? does binance take it off after a certain time?

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 Huh how long can can they leave this buy order up? does binance take it off after a certain time?

Until it gets filled or power fails on the servers.
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