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    From http://trade.pumpconi.com/platform this one? WOW!!! With their min deposit..... HOW?
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    Double deposit already
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    Hi, Whats ur success now?
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    nice nickname lol http://trade.pumpconi.com/platform rly u take 14 for 40 min? TOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOo low
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    I checked that site just to look on Saturday, then went to google and start to seacrching about that. and it looked, like all is well. then i deside to make a deposit. sat there for like40 minuets before go somewhere. For now my profit 14 bucks lol
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    prety nice
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    http://trade.pumpconi.com/platform and what about this one?
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    agree with @Micheal
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    The second is nice, first meeh...
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    https://firstcryptobroker.com/en/ https://cryptaadv.com/ Some more usefull links
  12. Common Crypto Questions

    In ma opinion the safest cryptocurrency - bitcoin, cus its staing strong for a long time
  13. This could be good :)

    The competition for giving free coins is exploading as many strive to get their tokens and coins om the market. some will be worthless. and some are Pure Scam, but I found This two promising. First: Mana (Daily incom)
 They distribute free coins on a weekly basis, and have a working referreal promotion system and the coins is already tradable on some cryptomarkets, so Dont miss to take a look at this one. My personal guess is that the value of this coins will increase rappidly over time. Link below if you like to check it out. https://www.mannabase.com/?ref=b4d8ca1187 Second: Swift (Daily free coins) they claim its going to convert to cryptocoin 1:1, and if so, its really cool, you can buy and sell stuff on the site for your free coins already! So Dont miss that either! Link below if you like to check it out. https://www.swiftdemand.com/?referred_by=golem Skickat från min iPhone med Tapatalk
  14. Wow!

    https://www.swiftdemand.com/?referred_by=golem Skickat från min iPhone med Tapatalk
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    Hi! If you are looking for other intressting free coins i find this two promising, follow the links if you like to check and sign up Swiftcoins https://www.mannabase.com/?ref=b4d8ca1187 Mannacoins https://www.swiftdemand.com/?referred_by=golem Skickat från min iPhone med Tapatalk
  16. Buying / Trading crypto through Revolut

    I wouldn't use any online service / wallet for storing crypto, you're literally entrusting you're entire account to them. Think Mt. Gox, it's happened before, it'll happen again. Go cold storage for your bought crypto. There are other sites you can use, Coinbase being the easiest, albeit not the cheapest. That and Binance are the easiest solutions to buying whatever you want. What coins interest you?
  17. Buying / Trading crypto through Revolut

    Yea it does, not great for Altcoins but it’s easy to use, only thing is you don’t actually hold the keys which has me wondering... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  18. Buying / Trading crypto through Revolut

    Depends on what you want to buy though, crypto wise. As far as I know, it only covers BTC, LTC and ETH?
  19. Wondering what your thoughts are on using Revolut to buy, hold and trade crypto
  20. Saw this on xrpchat.com, worth a read. Bear with me...this will be a long, but I think very interesting, post. I read the article that came out today from Google talking about Google Pay and how it's already available on Airbnb, so I went down a rabbit hole for about 8 hours and dug a hole to China. Literally. And it basically was facts that I've read before, but never connected them all together. Take a look: The craziest thing to me is how everything is connected in terms of companies, investors, you name it. And I should start by saying that I'm assuming the investors I mention (big name investors) probably have some power behind them and obviously they want a great return on their investment. So we start with Founder's Fund. Founder's Fund (owned by Peter Thiel) is an early investor in Ripple, and also Airbnb. Founder's Fund and CapitalG (Google) are early investors in Lyft. Lyft uses Cross River Bank to pay their driver's, and Cross River Bank has implemented Ripple's software. Lyft uses Stripe as their payment processor, and CapitalG and Founder's Fund are early investors in Stripe, which also had an early investment from American Express Business Travel - this was acquired by Standard Chartered Bank who also invested in Ripple. So right there you can see how using Ripple links a ton of people, and has the potential to save companies money, which makes the big investors in those companies happy. Then we go a little deeper. A vc firm, 500 Startups, founded by ex Google and PayPal employees invested in WePay, which is considered a market leader among payment providers for crowdfunding site and small business tools. WePay already partnered with Apple Pay and Android Pay (now Google Play), and they were acquired by JP Morgan at the end of 2017. At the end of 2017 there were also 15 JP Morgan executives in Ripple's office one day. Google Ventures is an early investor in Ripple and Uber. dLocal is a payment provider who integrated Ripple's software in the second half of 2017, and its customers include Uber, AliPay, WeChat Pay, and Union Pay, which are China's 3 major digital payment providers and they're ******* huge. AliPay is part of Alibaba, Union Pay has a partnership with PayPal, and WeChat is part of Tencent Holdings, which is the world's biggest investment corporation. Tencent also has Tenpay, a payment system similar to PayPal. It was reported that Tencent was working closely with China's Central Bank in 2017 to develop a central payments clearing platform for online payments. In August 2017, key leaders from China's Central Bank met with Ripple at their HQ. AliPay and WeChat are the payment providers for DiDi Chuxing, which is bigger than Uber in China - in fact Uber sold their China operations to Didi for a minority stake in Didi. AliPay is also accepted by Uber and Airbnb. Remember - Alipay uses dLocal which integrated Ripple's software in 2017. Alibaba and Union Pay also invested in Ucar, a rival to Didi. Tencent invested in Uber and Lyft, Alibaba and Didi invested in Lyft, and Softbank Group invested in Uber. Softbank Group also has a 30% stake in Alibaba. So again, because of the savings, if Ripple is saving these companies money, I would imagine everybody wants Ripple to be used in the companies they've invested in, especially if they are already linked to Ripple in some way. And now onto India. Alibaba and Ant Financial (affiliate of Alibaba, most valuable fintech company in the world, and operates AliPay) have a 62% holding in Paytm. They also have a majority share in the parent company, One97 Communications. Paytm is trying to become the Alibaba of India. They have Paytm Mall, which is a clone of TMall, online retail operated in China by Alibaba. They also have Paytm wallets - could they follow in the footsteps of Alipay? Alibaba and Ant Financial are literally copying what they did with Alibaba but in India. Softbank also has a 20% stake in Paytm...remember they have a 30% stake in Alibaba. You can also use Paytm to pay for Uber...It's all connected. Patym is becoming Alibaba's vehicle for their ecommerce play in India. Alibaba has a laser focus on payments because it sees payments as a key strategic battle to winning ecommerce. Up until a couple of days ago they were going to acquire MoneyGram, a top 5 global money transfer firms, but that was blocked by the US government. Remember, Ripple stated 3 of the top 5 global money transfer firms are on board with Ripple, so this move would have made a lot of sense seeing as Alibaba is already connected with Ripple. Alibaba said they're still going to work with MoneyGram even though they can't acquire them. Also in India - Flipkart has big investments from Tencen/Softbank/Axis Bank. Axis Bank started using Ripple's software in 2017, Tencen's WeChat Pay runs on dLocal which uses Ripple's software, and Softbank obviously has a huge stake in Alibaba, which has AliPay running on dLocal as well. And then for ***** and gigs, Bezos has personally invested in Uber and Airbnb. Amazon has Instacart through their acquisition of Whole Foods, and Andreessen Horowitz is an investor in Instacart...and Ripple. If we want to dig a little deeper, Sequoia Capital, which may just be invested in every company ever, has invested in Airbnb, Google, Instacart, PayPal, Stripe, and Yahoo. If we really want to stretch it, the President of Sequoia Capital's wife worked at Yahoo at the same time Brad was an SVP at Yahoo...which happened to be the same time Yahoo invested in Alibaba. And this honestly might just be the tip of the iceberg, I'm sure there are so many more dots to be connected and a ton that I missed. But, it makes you wonder. If the companies are saving a lot of money through using Ripple's software, and eventually XRP, I can only imagine that the big name investors behind these companies using Ripple could potentially be encouraging their other investments to start using Ripple as well, if they aren't already. Is Alibaba, with their majority ownership, steering Paytm in the Ripple direction? Welp, my brain hurts. This was a fun project though. Crossing my fingers for an announcement that Alibaba is completely using XRP, and somehow all of these actually are connected because I can't wrap my head around just how massive that would be.
  21. Pretty exciting news if you hold FUN. Price currently going up!
  22. The price today (7th Jan 18) of a FUN token is 14p. Thought you may like to know some thoughts on price projections this year taking into account the FunFairTech platform goes live in four weeks.
  23. I've got a small holding of this. Just a FYI if anyone reads this, the platform is going live in Feb 18. If you want to get on board with this (IMO) undervalued currency, now is the time. Hovering around 10p a coin, it's already doubled in value in the past month! Doesn't take many of these to start making good gains.
  24. Where will XRP end up? £10 £100 £1000 £++++

    Id be surprised if we don't see $100 this year. As to higher, who knows. Can but dream, lol. A lot of it will depend on what Ripple announce in terms if partnerships and the like.
  25. Rumours are its MoneyGram, Western Union. Not sure on the third one though.
  26. So, you've heard all about the advantages of this amazing new financial technology called bitcoin, but how do you go about buying it in the British Isles? While bitcoin makes sending payments between countries – or even continents – quick, cheap and easy, traditional banking systems have yet catch up. As a result, users buying bitcoin through a bank account report frustration with complex procedures, delays while funds arrive and high fees for international transfers. Credit and debit cards will often incur charges too, and not all companies will accept them due to the risk of fraudulent chargebacks. As a result, if you're not paying with cash at a bitcoin ATM or from an individual at a meetup, buying bitcoin is best done by fast and free domestic bank transfer – if you can find a bitcoin business offering that option, that is. The banking issue The problem is, British banks are reluctant to service bitcoin companies so many exchanges are having to bank elsewhere in the EU. In these cases, you'll have to put up with charges on international transfers like SEPA and often wait 2–5 days for your funds to arrive. The British government has made some noises about turning the country into a cryptocurrency-friendly environment. However, as it stands, a UK exchange providing SEPA bank transfers offers few advantages over any exchange in the EU – apart from being able to deposit in GBP, perhaps. However, new banking partnerships are being forged that allow bitcoin exchanges add local deposit options for UK customers. A note on price Bitcoin is notoriously volatile – that is, the value can climb and drop significantly over short timeframes. As a result, bitcoin buyers would do well to keep an eye on the price charts in order to make, hopefully, a timely purchase when the value is low. Indeed, many people earn money trading bitcoin, making the most of its volatility. CoinDesk's guide to understanding price charts can be found here. All that aside, for would-be owners of the digital currency, where can you buy bitcoin in the UK? Bitcoin exchanges Cryptocurrency exchanges offer a way to buy (and sell) bitcoin – and sometimes other digital currencies such as litecoin and dogecoin. First things first, you'll need to register and provide proof of residency (a copy of recent utility bill) and identity (a photo ID scan) for anti-money laundering (AML)/know-your-customer (KYC) compliance procedures before you can use the platform's services. Once that's done, you'll need to set up a bank payment using the details provided by the exchange, at which point you can fund your account and buy some bitcoin. Note that it's worth avoiding using the word 'bitcoin' in the payment reference too. While this may sound odd, jittery banks have been known to balk at anything to do with the digital currency, even closing some accounts in the past. Bitcoin exchanges serving the British Isles: Bitstamp A Slovenia-based exchange that allows cash deposits via SEPA and eCheck. It announced that it will also accept Visa and Mastercard credit and debit cards for UK customers in January 2016. Coinfloor A London-based bitcoin exchange with an emphasis on security, claiming 100% multi-signature cold (offline) storage for all its bitcoin holdings. Notably, Coinfloor is an HMRC-approved bureau de change. Currently, sterling deposits can be made only via SEPA bank transfer. Charges £5 to deposit GBP and £10 to withdraw. Fees for other currencies can be found here. CoinCorner An Isle of Man-based exchange that is something between a full exchange and a peer-to-peer (p2p) marketplace. Users deposit funds in a CoinCorner account and then buy and sell bitcoin, litecoin and dogecoin with other users. The exchange started accepting 3D Secure-enabled Visa and MasterCard credit and debit cards on 23rd October. Otherwise, fiat currency deposits are made via SEPA bank transfer. No fees are charged on deposits, but there is a £10 fee for GBP withdrawals. The exchange recently introduced a mobile wallet app for iOS and Android devices. Coinbase Popular exchange and wallet provider Coinbase, now has a facility for UK users to purchase bitcoin using 3D secure-enabled credit and debit cards. Other exchanges to consider: Although based in the US, Kraken recently partnered with a bank in Luxembourg to bring customers the option to deposit in pounds sterling, while dollars and euros are also accepted. Deposits are made via SEPA or wire transfer. Safello is a European bitcoin exchange that offers multiple payment options in a variety of currencies including GBP. Circle is also US-based and currently only offers bank transfers from that country. However, the company caters to the global bitcoin market by allowing users to pay with debit or credit cards. Another option is the Australian based Coinjar, which allows UK customers to buy bitcoin with a credit or debit card. For other options, see our general guide to buying bitcoin. Bitcoin brokerages Quickbitcoin A London-based bitcoin brokerage enabling you to buy or sell bitcoins in any amount. Deposits can be made by UK Faster Payments or cash deposit at a bank. Also provides a bitcoin ATM at The Vape Lab, 232 Shoreditch High Street. For larger volumes (£2,000+), Quickbitcoin also runs an OTC marketplace. Accepts EUR and USD, as well as GBP, for larger amounts. P2P marketplaces These are peer-to-peer platforms that match individuals who wish to buy, sell or trade bitcoin and altcoins. They do not buy, sell or necessarily even hold cryptocurrencies themselves, unless as part of an escrow service. Bittylicious Provides a peer-to-peer platform for individuals to buy, sell or trade bitcoin and 11 altcoins, such as dogecoin, litecoin and feathercoin. Payments can be made via instant UK bank transfer, mobile payments such as PayM, PingIt and PYC, Visa/Mastercard, cash at UK corner stores or SEPA bank transfers. BitBargain Facilitates purchases of bitcoin and litecoin between individuals. A number of domestic banking transfer options are available, including: standard UK bank transfers, Barclays Pingit mobile payments, RBS Pay Your Contact, and Paym mobile payments (this is possible because transactions are between individuals and do not involve a bitcoin company). Fees are only charged on 'extras' like SMS messages. LocalBitcoins Matches bitcoin buyers and sellers to facilitate over-the-counter deals, offering an escrow service to protect the buyer. Users are charged small fees for wallet use and bitcoin transfers only. Coinfloor Market UK bitcoin exchange Coinfloor released a P2P marketplace in July 2015, which only features pre-approved bitcoin brokers. If you have an approved Coinfloor account, it can be fairly quick to get the coins you need, as the market utilises the UK Faster Payments system. CryptoMate Cyptomate allows users in the UK to buy bitcoin, litecoin, ripple, dogecoin and many other cryptocurrencies. The service works using UK bank transfers (Faster Payments) and coins are sent once the order has been processed. The service aims to send currencies within 1 hour of purchase. Non-verified users are limited to £250 in purchases per day and once verified this is increased to a £1,000 daily limit. Price Comparison BittyBot A price comparison website that is updated every five minutes to show online traders from UK bitcoin merchants and marketplaces. Displays information such as the rating of the buyers and sellers, and the payment types accepted. Bitcoin ATMs Over the last year a number of bitcoin ATMs have appeared in the UK, mostly in London, with others popping up in Bristol, Brighton, Glasgow and the Isle of Man. Bitcoin ATMs in London. See the interactive map here All these machines allow you to insert cash and receive bitcoin in your digital wallet (buying BTC). Some models also let you send bitcoin and take out cash (selling BTC). Visit CoinDesk's up-to-date map of the world's bitcoin ATMs here to find the installation nearest you. Vouchers Azteco If you're in London, New Goulston Street to be precise, Azteco offers a unique service selling bitcoin vouchers over the counter. The customer decides how much bitcoin they want to buy and hand the attendant cash. The attendant then prints out a voucher containing a code that can be redeemed at the Azteco website. A 3% commission is charged on each transaction.
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