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Want to learn how to trade cryptocurrencies? This is the place. Learn about the different currencies, like Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum and NEO, and the exchanges - Coinbase, Bittrex, Binance, Poloniex etc.
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Over the past 12 hours I have signed up to six different bitcoin exchanges - and yet I've only managed to purchase 0.0548 BTC. Where should I go to purchase more bitcoin quickly?

The only site I've actually managed to purchase coins on is Coinbase, but I obviously hit their limit straight away. I have £95 sitting in CoinCorner after their send and receive conveniently went down for maintenance, and on all other sites I'm waiting on varying stages of verification. I have £10,000 to convert to Bitcoin - how can I convert a sizable portion of this as quickly as possible?
And yes, I've got a Ledger Nano S arriving tomorrow. ;)
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Over the past 12 hours I have signed up to six different bitcoin exchanges - and yet I've only managed to purchase 0.0548 BTC. Where should I go to purchase more bitcoin quickly? /r/Bitcoin

Over the past 12 hours I have signed up to six different bitcoin exchanges - and yet I've only managed to purchase 0.0548 BTC. Where should I go to purchase more bitcoin quickly? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

How do different Bitcoin exchanges have different prices?

Wouldn't this cause people to buy from one and sell to another? How does this work?
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What is bitcoin farming? Is it worth it in 2020?

Are you looking forward to investing in cryptocurrency? Well, one of the first cryptocurrency that comes to your mind is Bitcoin. The pioneering cryptocurrency has paved the way for some remarkable transformations in the world of financial technology. Bitcoin works on a Blockchain platform that enables peer-to-peer interaction, and there is no interference from the third-party. In addition to the revolution which Bitcoin created, it lead to the surge of many cryptocurrencies. Presently, around 500 cryptocurrencies are floating in the market.
Before going ahead to explore about Bitocin farms and bitcoin farming, let’s have a glance at some eye-popping stats:
· By the end of 2019, around 42 million Bitcoin wallets have been set up globally.
· Around 5% of Americans hold Bitcoin
· There are around 7.1 million active Bitcoin users
· One of the best cryptocurrency exchanges, Coinbase has more than 13 million users
The volume of Bitcoin trading from peer-to-peer exchange LocalBitcoin shows that countries like Brazil, Venezuela, Colombia, and many African companies are jumping into the pool of cryptocurrency trading. With Bitcoin being an all-time favorite of many investors, other cryptocurrencies like Litecoin, Ethereum, Ripple, and many others have generated a fair amount of popularity.
What does it mean for us?
Any individual who wishes to invest in Bitcoin must have a fair knowledge about Bitcoin and Bitcoin farming. In simple words, Bitcoin farming is all about extracting value from Bitcoin. Bitcoin miners, similar to framers, work on a complex algorithm and extract value from it.
In simple words, Bitcoin farmers or miners, as we know them, work on computational problems, they ensure that the system is secure, and using this, they solve complex problems. The ones who can solve these complex problems get a reward in the form of Bitcoin.
All these transactions and records are stored on the Bitcoin ledger, making it tamper-free and hacks- proof. There are two ways via which you can start exploring more about Bitcoin, you can either star working as Bitcoin farmer or miner, and work in computation problems or you can start investing in it by choosing the best cryptocurrency exchange platforms.
Investing in cryptocurrencies is the best move that you can make. Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies will surely make a strong presence in the future, and this is the right time to start investing in it.
You can opt from the different Bitcoin exchange platform. Some of the best cryptocurrency exchanges you can consider are Coinbase, Binance, CashApp, Bisq, and many others. You can choose from either of these and start your investment in Bitcoin.
If you wish to invest in Bitcoin, then you can also consider buying using Bitcoin ATM. You can buy and sell Bitcoin from Bitcoin ATM using cash or debit card. There are some Bitcoin ATM that allows you to sell and purchase Bitcoin.
Conclusion
This was the basic information about Bitcoin farming and Bitcoin trading. If you are futuristic and wish to invest in it, this is the right time to start your investment journey. Ensure that you thoroughly assess the market and study the market trend, based on it; you can start working on it.
For more interesting information, connect with Blockchain Council today.
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I’m confused why isn’t coinbase ever listed on lists of exchanges, is it somehow different from an exchange? Thanks (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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So as India plans to ban cryto trading should I transfer all my bitcoins lying in different exchange wallets to one wallet or will I be able to use these exchanges after the unfortunate ban on crypto trading

So as India plans to ban cryto trading should I transfer all my bitcoins lying in different exchange wallets to one wallet or will I be able to use these exchanges after the unfortunate ban on crypto trading submitted by defenderwarrior to BitcoinIndia [link] [comments]

Ways to Buy Bitcoin with ACH

Ways to Buy Bitcoin with ACH
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ACH is one of the fastest and cheapest ways to transfer money inside the US. In this post, I’ll cover the different Bitcoin exchanges that accept ACH transfers in order to buy Bitcoin from 3 Ways to Buy Bitcoin with ACH Instantly. Here you can see further details https://www.smartbitcoininvestments.com/buy-bitcoin-with-ach-transfe.
Buy Bitcoin with ACH Summary
ACH allows for faster and cheaper transfers than a traditional wire transfer. There are 3 popular options for buying Bitcoins with ACH – eToro, Coinbase and Gemini. The fastest and cheapest option would be eToro, however, you will not be able to withdraw your coins (only sell them back to USD).
If you want to buy actual Bitcoins with ACH use Coinbase:
· Go to Coinbase and sign up
· Verify your account
· Click on “Buy/Sell”
· Choose the amount to buy
· Choose ACH transfer
That’s how to buy Bitcoin with ACH in a nutshell. If you want a detailed review about the benefits of ACH and exchanges that accept it keep on reading, here’s what I’ll cover:
Why use ACH?
ACH (Automated Clearing House) is an electronic funds-transfer system that is used for payments inside the U.S. The ACH is run by the National Automated Clearing House Association (NACHA). Recent rule changes are enabling most credit and debit transactions made through the ACH to clear on the same business day.
When you use a wire transfer it can take several days for it to show up on an exchange. Alternatively, if you use an instant payment method like a credit card you usually end up paying a hefty amount in fees. ACH allows you the speedy transactions at the cost of a wire transfer.
2.Options for Buying Bitcoin with ACH
eToro
eToro is a trading platform that allows users to easily start buying and selling Bitcoins. They recently opened up their services to over 30 states around the US and are accepting ACH transfers.
The main difference between eToro and other exchanges is that deposits and withdrawals can be done with USD only. In other words, you can’t withdraw the Bitcoins you buy, only speculate on their price and sell them for USD.
There are no deposit fees for ACH transfers with eToro. You can read my eToro review for a complete overview of what eToro offers (including which countries it supports).
Coinbase and Coinbase Pro
Coinbase, established in 2012, is one of the oldest exchanges around. Coinbase is a brokerage service that is more suitable for beginners but it also has a trading platform called Coinbase Pro for more experienced traders.
With Coinbase, ACH transfers are completely free of deposit fees (unlike wire transfers). The transfer typically takes 3-5 business days (which may be as many as 7-10 calendar days, depending on the timing of weekends and other bank holidays) to complete after initiating a purchase. You may see the funds immediately debited from your bank account when you initiate the transfer, but the funds will not be transferred to your wallet until your payment has finished moving between the banks and clears in Coinbase’s bank account.
Gemini
Gemini, established in 2015 by Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss is one of the leading exchanges for buying Bitcoins in the US.
ACH transfers are completely free of deposit fees on Gemini. Although your bank balance may show your funds have left sooner, it typically takes at least 4-5 business days for a bank to communicate this to Gemini.
3. Conclusion
While at the moment the range of options for buying Bitcoin with ACH is a bit limited I’m sure that as more exchanges expand into the US they will also support ACH transfers.
For now, the exchanges listed above should give you a good enough solution as all of them are reputable and well-established exchanges.
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Japanese Fiscal Huge SBI Holdings Launches Brief-Term Crypto Derivatives Now live on SBI's foreign exchange buying and selling platform, the contracts for difference (CFDs) are readily available in bitcoin, ether and XRP flavors.

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Japanese Fiscal Huge SBI Holdings Launches Brief-Term Crypto Derivatives Now live on SBI's foreign exchange buying and selling platform, the contracts for difference (CFDs) are readily available in bitcoin, ether and XRP flavors. (x-post from /r/cryptocurrency)

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Trading on different crypto exchanges (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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Homeless co-worker is being scammed via “girlfriend in different country wants money and/or bitcoin in exchange for her inheritance”

So I have a coworker that has gone from his own trailer, to a neighbors trailer, to now homeless and sleeping in his car. Throughout this time he has been sending money consistently to his “girlfriend” that he has never met or even seen over video, only pictures. 4 different people (that I know of) have told him this situation seems fishy and likely a scam. He is being faced with numerous issues now such as smelling of beer, police harassment (drinking in his car & sleeping in his car, etc.) Anytime someone tried to warn him that he might be getting scammed he diverts the conversation and ends up saying something along the lines of “you’d do anything for love”. I really want to help the guy out and there is a few of us that regularly help him with laundry, money, etc.
I’m not sure if there is anything else we can do for him to help him out? It seems like he’s kind of stuck in this rut and he’s banking on his girlfriend to bail him out with his inheritance.
Any advice on how to approach this with him? Should I mind my own business? He’s a good guy and it hurts to watch him lose everything as the time goes on. (He doesn’t have much left at this point)
TLDR: co-worker is being scammed by his “girlfriend” but believes his “girlfriend” will fix his problems once they receive their inheritance gold.
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Choosing a Crypto Wallet... Looking at the Bitcoin building blocks of a wallet (Keys, Wallet Interface, Nodes and Consensus network) Understanding the differences, strengths, weaknesses and trade-offs. (Comparing Exchange, Software, Hardware, Full Node)

Choosing a Crypto Wallet... Looking at the Bitcoin building blocks of a wallet (Keys, Wallet Interface, Nodes and Consensus network) Understanding the differences, strengths, weaknesses and trade-offs. (Comparing Exchange, Software, Hardware, Full Node) submitted by Crypto-Guide to BitcoinCA [link] [comments]

Choosing a Crypto Wallet... Looking at the Bitcoin building blocks of a wallet (Keys, Wallet Interface, Nodes and Consensus network) Understanding the differences, strengths, weaknesses and trade-offs. (Comparing Exchange, Software, Hardware, Full Node)

Choosing a Crypto Wallet... Looking at the Bitcoin building blocks of a wallet (Keys, Wallet Interface, Nodes and Consensus network) Understanding the differences, strengths, weaknesses and trade-offs. (Comparing Exchange, Software, Hardware, Full Node) submitted by Crypto-Guide to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Choosing a Crypto Wallet... Looking at the Bitcoin building blocks of a wallet (Keys, Wallet Interface, Nodes and Consensus network) Understanding the differences, strengths, weaknesses and trade-offs. (Comparing Exchange, Software, Hardware, Full Node)

Choosing a Crypto Wallet... Looking at the Bitcoin building blocks of a wallet (Keys, Wallet Interface, Nodes and Consensus network) Understanding the differences, strengths, weaknesses and trade-offs. (Comparing Exchange, Software, Hardware, Full Node) submitted by Crypto-Guide to BitcoinWallet [link] [comments]

Choosing a Crypto Wallet... Looking at the Bitcoin building blocks of a wallet (Keys, Wallet Interface, Nodes and Consensus network) Understanding the differences, strengths, weaknesses and trade-offs. (Comparing Exchange, Software, Hardware, Full Node)

Choosing a Crypto Wallet... Looking at the Bitcoin building blocks of a wallet (Keys, Wallet Interface, Nodes and Consensus network) Understanding the differences, strengths, weaknesses and trade-offs. (Comparing Exchange, Software, Hardware, Full Node) submitted by Crypto-Guide to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin ATMs around the world are providing easy access to exchange bitcoin by using cash or debit card. It is getting popularity as it allows to buy/sell bitcoins anonymously. These ATMs have been installed at different locations in many countries. Check the Top10 countries of BTC ATM holders!

Bitcoin ATMs around the world are providing easy access to exchange bitcoin by using cash or debit card. It is getting popularity as it allows to buy/sell bitcoins anonymously. These ATMs have been installed at different locations in many countries. Check the Top10 countries of BTC ATM holders! submitted by mirrasel to Bitcurate [link] [comments]

Four Different Platforms To LocalBitcoins For Bitcoin Exchange Pairs

Four Different Platforms To LocalBitcoins For Bitcoin Exchange Pairs submitted by rubikaventures to Tradesatoshi [link] [comments]

Four Different Platforms To LocalBitcoins For Bitcoin Exchange Pairs

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Something different for a change. Bitcoin Trading Volume by Exchange.

Something different for a change. Bitcoin Trading Volume by Exchange. submitted by Kashpantz to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Four Different Platforms To LocalBitcoins For Bitcoin Exchange Pairs

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Trade bitcoin futures on five different cryptocurrency exchanges with th...

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