Phew - I have been really successful over the past week trading cryptocurrencies - catching nice breakouts, not being too greedy, taking profits of 10-20% often within an hour. I knew of course it wouldn't always be that easy but boy have I gone on a rough streak today. I've had one breakout after another turn from a 5-7% gain into a couple percent loss or a break-even trade.
I NEVER day trade stocks, but with cryptocurrency I hope to actually supplement my income to some degree so I use Coinigy to monitor the market and look for price moves confirmed by volume spikes. I'm certainly not a pro, I just look for the price to clear some short term resistance and then catch the breakout.
It's only been a week - I've got a LOT to learn. As long as I don't blow myself up and protect the downside, I'm confident I can be successful. So far this week I'm up about 15% overall and that's not half bad.
If anyone here trades daily I'd love to get a dialog going and even start a chat room on
Uzun zamandır Kripto Para Pazarı hakkında yazamadım. Bitcoin'in hareketli olduğu zamanlarda neredeyse her gün yazıyordum ve her gün %5 %10 artıyordu Bitcoin. Bu aralar tekrar Bitcoin'de hareketlilik var. Yazmamın zamanı gelmiş gibi görünüyor. Ama bu yazımın konusu BTCTurk'ün kapanmasından sonra uzun zamandır alım satım yapmanın çok sıkıntılı olduğu Türkiye'de açılan yeni Bitcoin borsası Paribu. https://www.paribu.com
Genelde söz konusu Bitcoin olunca her şeye şüpheyle yaklaşmak doğru bir strateji olarak düşünülebilir. Ben de açılalı iki ay olmasına rağmen hemen
güvenilir bir borsadır diye duyurusunu yapmayı doğru bulmadığım için bir süre beklemeyi tercih ettim. Şu ana kadarki kullanıcı deneyimlerine göre borsa sorunsuz bir biçimde çalışıyor. Siteyle ilgili <a href="https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topi
<copy memo:>and paste that memo key into your the steem wallet memo to where it is being sent, in this case bitshares
If anybody has any recommendations on how this tutorial could be better, please comment down below. Thanks and Namaste~!
*Here is another tutorial by a fellow steemion @billbutler https://steemit.com/steem/@billbutler/transfer
Saw this article: Sell SBD, Buy STEEM. Do it NOW! (Comment Your Proofs Here) by @clayop, and it's of the same mindset of what I was wanting to do here -- I Was Bout To Increase My LTC Holdings By 50% But Poloniex Said No -- but I couldn't because of stupid Poloniex and stupid Washington State!
Damn my lack of up-front resources! If only I had a million dollars -- I'd be a millionare!!!
Yesterday I described my frustration over a bad day of trading. I managed to trade about 2.35 BTC down to 2.2 BTC (no, I'm not a whale).
I finally called it a night around 2am and left three positions open in PINK, BTS, and ZEC. BTS didn't move, PINK stopped out for a 5% loss, and ZEC hit my 10% profit target. That's not the kicker though...
I've been watching DASH for a breakout for some time looking for a breakout from the high from the middle of April. Shortly after I went to bed huge volume came in, DASH took out that level and went right on to a 10% gain.
Because Coinigy does not offer bracket orders, I don't leave orders open that I can't manage - I need to have my stop losses in place or I won't trade. So, this one got away. Nothing to do about it but I certainly woke up hoping for something other than a missed opportunity.
Alright, enough crying! It's a new day!
I've taken two trades this morning, in FCT a
So I got a notification from @bitcoinmeister to check out this post because apparently Poloniex is selling Steem Dollars (SBD) at a premium of $1.50 per coin, which is at least .50c more than they're supposed to.
My cleaver idea was to hop on to another exchange and use my LTC holdings to buy up SBD then hop onto Poloniex and sell it at a 50% premium and beef up my LTC holdings... but alas! Poloniex doesn't accept users who reside in WA!!!!
Blast you, Poloniex -- BLAST YOU!!!
One week has passed since bitcoin exchange Bitfinex announced issues with banking partners and halted fiat withdrawals for its customers. Since then the price of bitcoin has been rallying upwards reaching new highs across global exchanges. As the price surges, Bitfinex prices have been $100 higher than at other exchanges, making traders worrisome a bubble is forming.
Hackers steal $5m worth of Bitcoin from exchange in South Korea. Interesting Bitcoin price is still resilient. Does this means that people are trusting Bitcoin more?
A well-known obstacle to the greater popularity of Bitcoin as a medium of payment is the high volatility of its exchange value. This volatility results from its built-in quantity commitment: because the number of Bitcoins in existence stays on a programmed path, variations in the real demand to hold Bitcoin must be accommodated entirely by variations in its unit value. When demand goes up, there is no quantity increase to dampen the rise in price; and vice-versa for a fall in demand.
Not surprisingly, several cryptocurrency developers have thought of creating a cryptocurrency with a price commitment–namely a pegged exchange rate with the US dollar–rather
So i've been mining bitd when it came out, and it started as a cpu coin now you can mine it with a gpu. It's only supported by linux now but there working on the windows version. I would like to see BITDirect coin on C-Cex exchange and wanted to let everyone know that you can now vote for BITDirect on C-Cex.
I'm offering 10,000 bitd for every BITDirect vote on C-Cex.
When you vote reply here with the :
Let's vote for the next top crypto to get on C-Cex exchange.
There is rarely a dull moment in the altcoin market, and this week proves no different!
Popular U.S.-based exchange Poloniex suddenly announced it was delisting 17 altcoins without stating a particular reason, causing confusion and anger amongst users.
This isn’t the first time Poloniex has removed coins from its wide range of selections, usually due to low volume. Amongst the more popular coins being delisted is ShadowCoin (SDC), which is a privacy coin that has a small following behind it.
The decision has left users in an uproar, as the image from Poloniex’s Twitter shows. In the past, Poloniex has always given a reason for why it delists certain altcoins, which explains the friction by users.
During the financial crisis I would short bank shares and I did that until the merger of berkshire with the railroad. I would create a short position from a long position that was already in exsistance. When the demand for the short was to great I was forced to buy the position back.
The eay bitshares does it is somewhat like naked shorting. An item is created by the shortseller. Who wouldn't like to get intereston thier gold and silver holdings. If the position is realy just someones short then the long position doesnt realy own the asset, it can be called away. It does however create an intresting asset class.