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Re: Bitcoin
Reply #390 on: February 07, 2018, 15:55:27 PM
im very well stuck atm.
Want to sell my ethereum, but cant find anywhere reliable.

Tried Cex.io, got an account? If not I can maybe help you out.

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Re: Bitcoin
Reply #391 on: February 08, 2018, 00:26:49 AM
Resistance around $8200 broke.

EDIT: and back below, sticking point for now.

So what's your prediction ?

Re: Bitcoin
Reply #392 on: February 08, 2018, 17:09:11 PM
im very well stuck atm.
Want to sell my ethereum, but cant find anywhere reliable.

Tried Cex.io, got an account? If not I can maybe help you out.
cex was fine, then it throws up some strange error.
initial transaction not found
 Looking on their reddit support people are saying they taking ages to pay out as well.
So sitting on my hands atm. There is no rush. I only have 1/2 an eth atm.
Need to sell when I have $750 to pay for 3 nights in Napa!

Re: Bitcoin
Reply #393 on: February 08, 2018, 17:33:40 PM
Resistance around $8200 broke.

EDIT: and back below, sticking point for now.

So what's your prediction ?

Wouldn't like to stick my neck out on this one. Having gone to $8600, we're back below $8200 again, it's a testing point. Tonight, maybe we pull back to $7800~, but it's certainly possible that we go to $9.5k in then next day or two as the 12hr MACD suggests. If we do pull back to $7800 and support there fails then we'll carry on down. Will be good to see how this weekly bar closes.

Weekly StochRSI looks like it has reset, suggesting up.

Re: Bitcoin
Reply #394 on: February 11, 2018, 09:06:32 AM
Resistance around $8200 broke.

EDIT: and back below, sticking point for now.

So what's your prediction ?

Wouldn't like to stick my neck out on this one. Having gone to $8600, we're back below $8200 again, it's a testing point. Tonight, maybe we pull back to $7800~, but it's certainly possible that we go to $9.5k in then next day or two as the 12hr MACD suggests. If we do pull back to $7800 and support there fails then we'll carry on down. Will be good to see how this weekly bar closes.

Weekly StochRSI looks like it has reset, suggesting up.

So after all that, we went to $9.1k, which meant we touched 30d EMA on the 12hr. I sold out at the point to either buy the pullback or watch it drop. And here we are sub $7.9k and have broken out of the upward channel again. Very real chance we carry on back to $6k now.

Re: Bitcoin
Reply #395 on: February 11, 2018, 12:52:10 PM
Seems the bottom of the channel has strong support. Good bounce this morning.

Some ideas :-


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Re: Bitcoin
Reply #396 on: February 17, 2018, 22:08:47 PM
  ;D

Re: Bitcoin
Reply #397 on: February 18, 2018, 09:34:49 AM
  ;D

Lol, it's a good one, seen it before

Re: Bitcoin
Reply #398 on: February 21, 2018, 07:10:37 AM
ive setup a revoult card - which is perfect as the money is for holiday spends, so I can sell & transfer in Euros then convert to GBP or USD in the revoult app.
Just waiting for my payout from coinbase now....

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Re: Bitcoin
Reply #399 on: February 25, 2018, 16:23:49 PM
Lol, it's a good one, seen it before

Out of interest what venues would you recommend for trading crypto. I've avoided investing in it, despite having read about it years ago on here and having watched it rise and rise, since I can't price it. But, though I don't have time at the moment, it could be interesting to play around with some momentum type strategies, especially now there has been so much more hype around it/more liquidity etc..

Re: Bitcoin
Reply #400 on: February 26, 2018, 18:18:26 PM
Lol, it's a good one, seen it before

Out of interest what venues would you recommend for trading crypto. I've avoided investing in it, despite having read about it years ago on here and having watched it rise and rise, since I can't price it. But, though I don't have time at the moment, it could be interesting to play around with some momentum type strategies, especially now there has been so much more hype around it/more liquidity etc..

Cheapest place to buy, easiest and cheapest place to get money in, Coinfloor. Usually I send International Payments in GBP while having my breakfast(8am~), by 9:30am the funds are on the exchange for me to buy with. But not great trading fees and there are no decent phone apps for trading through the API. So I wouldn't use for "trading". There is an Android app from 2014 that barely works.

For trading, try Bitfinex, BitStamp or Coinbase (Has 0% trade fee for market makers! )

For getting money out, when it works, best place is Cex.io as it often has a good premium over other exchanges and it's the only exchange that offers withdrawals direct to Debit and Credit cards.
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Re: Bitcoin
Reply #401 on: February 28, 2018, 13:06:41 PM
revoult card worked fine me once setup. quite quick as well with coinbase.
ive lost trust in CEX

Re: Bitcoin
Reply #402 on: February 28, 2018, 18:22:59 PM
revoult card worked fine me once setup. quite quick as well with coinbase.
ive lost trust in CEX

Looking into Revolut, downloaded the app, seems really promising. USD, EUR, GBP and BTC accounts all in one place!

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