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October 05, 2014, 05:44:57 AM
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Knowing that mpex.co has huge registration fees (among all the other disadvantages) where do you think that cryptostock traders are going to move now that cryptostocks.com? 

I've found about https://coinsortium.co/ Seems promising and already has some good volume. Has anyone here tried it? Thoughts?

There's also https://bitpieces.com but it seems more of a crouwdfounding platform. Or at least a platform that mixes both crowd founding like kickstarter but also "piece trading" which should be similar to stock trading. Does it have any potential in your opinion?
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https://bitpieces.com/  looks interesting thank you for that.
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