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John84

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Hi all, I've been hearing a lot of talk about cryptocurrencies recently and wondered if anyone here has practical experience of trading them? I've been trading forex for years but as for Bitcoin and all that i'm wary still - any info much appreciated!:)

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So.. is anyone here?! In the last week i looked at exchanges etc myself, and liked kraken, hitbtc and bitstamp as their layout was simpler and people have written a lot about them. Can anyone give me tips to help me choose now? i haven't parted with any cash as yet as there must be pros and cons to these places and i wanted an inside scoop, so to speak! ANy help much appreciated!

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Well, i really hope guys by now you earn a lot of money thanks cryptocurrency because in far far 2014 it costs about 10-100$ but now it's 7000. And I'm not telling about moment when it costed about 20000$.

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On 9 июня 2014 г. at 4:09 PM, John84 said:

Hi all, I've been hearing a lot of talk about cryptocurrencies recently and wondered if anyone here has practical experience of trading them? I've been trading forex for years but as for Bitcoin and all that i'm wary still - any info much appreciated!:)

Wish I saw this post 3 4 years ago. Still making good profit catching swings trading BTCUSD with Hotforex

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On 10.04.2018 at 5:03 AM, CrazyCzarina said:

Yeah, it was too old post to inform anyone about the question he asked.

But nevertheless everyone who watch this thread will see useful informaition about crypto and brokers who provide crypto trading. Don't you think so? I mean everyone can share his experience about this despite the fact that this thread is so old. 

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And as on today, it costs at $9148.77. On 15th December 2017, it was $17,900. Looking at the previous history of Bitcoin, it has fallen down for several times, yet it manages to reach all time high when it rises again. So investing in BTC would be a bad idea as it already reached it's low point.

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On 4/15/2018 at 8:54 PM, JohnyIve said:

But nevertheless everyone who watch this thread will see useful informaition about crypto and brokers who provide crypto trading. Don't you think so? I mean everyone can share his experience about this despite the fact that this thread is so old. 

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Why One see the Old suggestion, where there are new ones and updated versions or topic are available.

 

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Crypto currency was hacked many times last year and this year.

Does Crypto currency have any future if they can be hacked and stolen like this?

Does anyone still brave enough to hold their crypto currency for a long term basis ?

 

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On 17.07.2018 at 5:10 AM, CrazyCzarina said:

Everyone is wishing that they should have Bitcoin at a low price but we can not go in the past. 

Yes, sure, but we can trade when it costs about 6-7k$ and sell it for 20-25k$. I guess it will grow up soon. I watched a video about future of bitcoin from Amarkets analyst and I'm really sure that now it's time to invest

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Crypto trading, or cryptocurrency trading, is simply the exchange of cryptocurrencies. Like in Forex, you can also buy and sell a cryptocurrency for another, like Bitcoin or altcoin for USD and Euro. This is one way of getting involved in the world of cryptocurrencies without having to mine it.

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