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My biggest regret, a saved email from 2013.
12/20/13 K: Hey man, it's K. Is your name D? Anyway...getting money onto BTC-e can be tricky if you are trying to deposit USD. I kind of just had to learn by trial an error because I didn't know anyone that could teach me, because i am the only one that invests in crypto currency that I know. Anyway, coinbase is probably the best bitcoin wallet service in the United States. It is definitely the largest and most reputable. Use this referral link: Once you sign up using this link, it will give us both some free money after you have purchased some bitcoins. The process takes a little while to get all started up, but it is worth it because it is so easy to use after. You can instantly buy bitcoins, and then use those bitcoins to send to BTC-E to purchase whatever other coins you want. I invest pretty heavily in LTC. The only way I have been able to do that is by buying bitcoins on coinbase, and then sending them to btc-e. Let me know if this works for you.. K: Let me know if the email reached you D: Yep. I got it. Two to three days for the deposit verification into my bank account. Thanks for the advice. I take it you work in finance? K: Yeah I do :). Coinbase takes a bit for the verification process but it is super easy to use after that. When you sell bitcoins, they just deposit the money right back into your bank account. It's the easiest service that I have found that is reputable. D: Have you ever tried trading for small margins? I made about 0.60 USD since I started last night. I got my initial funding by mining FTC. I'm trading BTC. D: Actually up to 10.81 after my last trade. Got in at 625 and sold at 639. K: I mainly buy and hold for long term. I bought some NMC to flip, but it dropped in value steeply so im still holding it. I buy more every time it dips. Sent via wireless, please excuse any typos... D: Cool. No worry about typos. I type all day at work so don't mind as well. I give up on accuracy at 5. My friends also aren't very much into crytpo currencies. I like the technical aspect but I'm more interested in trading on BTC-E. I must have watched about 12 hours of bitcoinwisdom since yesterday. It was my first time analyzing real time data. I can't believe how much info you can obtain just from identifying patterns. I have a quick question about a 401k if you don't mind. So far my year to date is 26%, is that good? K: Yes, very good. You must have had it set up aggressively with the investing choices (which is better to do when you are young). Good stock market returns are around 12% so you are more than double, but don't be surprised if there is a correction to lower on the returns there too. D: Yes. I'm over 50% in small cap and am young. Is there anyway to avoid that correction by reallocating? K: Nah, just leave it. At least you have a 401k, most people are paycheck to paycheck D: Defiantly. I can't imagine how some of my co-workers get by paying overdraft fees each month. Have a good night. I'll let you know when I buy some coins on that site. K: Cool, let me know. Let's make some money! :) 12/22/13 D: Howdy K, I'm still waiting on the deposits in my bank account by Coinbase. Thanks for the referral link, I'm looking forward to that free $5 of BTC. Up to $12.30 USD on BTCE, looking to break $13 tonight. Can't wait to get some more trading funds. K: It takes a bit for the initial deposit. I think it took my bank almost a week :(. Once you are done though everything is quick. If you add a credit card too, you can buy up to 10 btc instantly per week D: Awesome. Have any suggestions? (pic) attaches picture of small gains trade history K: What do you mean by sugggestions? Like on your trading? K: Can you deposit more money? It looks like you aren't fully able to enjoy the full gains of your trades because the amounts that you are trading are a little small. If possible I would suggest buying 1 btc when the price is the lowest of the day, and then trade from there.. K: Also i would stay away from ftc for time being 12/24/13 K: Hey bud, i just got some free money from coinbase :) did you get it too? Pretty cool huh? D: Yes sir. 4 days for my order to fill, can't wait. 12/25/13 D: Merry Christmas! K: Merry xmas! If you add a credit card you can instant buy up to 10btc. What other coins are you buying right now? I mainly just have BTC and LTC D: Does the credit card have to be a Visa? I'm mining about 8 FTC per day and trading for BTC at market. Then I trade BTC/USD for 0.10 - 0.40 profits. Working on a spreadsheet right now which you can see if you are interested. D: spreadsheet sends corny orange and grey spreadsheet K: Think it can be mastercard or amex too... K: Nice LTC rally today :). I just picked up more LTC yesterday too D: I tried adding a mastercard and discover but it wouldn't work. I've been watching the rally. Waiting to buy in to BTC at $656. K: Shit that sucks, email support and ask if they accept mastercard? I find that odd that they would only accept visa D: No worries. Deposit should clear 12/31 12/29/2013 K: Hows it going? Did you get your btc? D: Hey K. Not yet, they will be deposited 12/31. Bought at $651 K: Nice so you are already up :) K: How much did you buy? You should buy some and hold long term if possible too 1/2/2014 D: Happy New Year, K. I only bought 0.2 BTC for about $131. I'm at a total balance of $179.07. Started mining FTC again for the few extra dollars per day. I think I read somewhere that there is a cap of 21 million BTC that will ever be in existence. 21 million on the internet is subtle considering how many views cat videos get on youtube. 21 million out 7 billion people is even smaller. Sometimes I find it hard to imagine millions and billions but I always think about this one thing: 1 million seconds is about 11 days, 1 billion seconds around 31 years. I'm very optimistic about the long term. Probably going to set aside at least 1 BTC in the near future. Have you ever seen BTC listed on ebay? I created an auction yesterday for 0.1 BTC, $120.00. It sold within 3 hours but the buyer flaked out after I told them they would be receiving the BTC-E redeemable code in the mail. They created a dispute stating that the ebay/pal accounts were accessed by an unauthorized third party which is currently in process. I didn't lose anything and actually sold back the 0.1 at $775 after buying at $740 last night. I'm considering re-listing some BTC on Ebay but don't want to deal with reversed payments. Have any insight? K: I heard ebay can be a nightmare with sellers getting scammed by buyers with chargebacks. If you are going to do it, I would recommend selling maybe paper wallets only, that you actually have to mail to them. That way you can have a tracking number for your shipping. If you want to sell through paypal, be careful, I think any mention of crypto currency can get your account frozen. Not positive about that though. Try selling to people on the forums, I think that would be easy. Honestly, I think just buying what you can and holding long is the best option to make the best returns. Look how the market has gone today D K: 21 million BTC is not even enough btc for each person in my state to have 1, let alone the United States, or the entire world. As long as the demand stays high, the price could become astronomical if some major players like wall street enter the game. Just think, if Wall Street threw like 100 mill at Bitcoins (which is not that far-fetched), the price would probably jump to like 3-4k per BTC after that 1 day alone… D: I don't think I'm going to sell anything else on Ebay until I come up with a better way of protecting against charge backs. The market has been awesome today. D: That's very true. I think my next purchase will be 0.5 BTC to keep in my wallet. K: Have you seen the stuff on zerocoin? Looks interesting, should be out this year...there has been a lotta hype around it.. D: Haven't heard anything about it until just reading an article now. Looks interesting and they make a good argument about anonymity. I only read over it briefly, but it appears what they're proposing would add an additional transaction fee the the process. Cool concept. Are you good with candlestick charts and patterns? K: Somewhat. I learned them in college but stopped using them until now, so I am pretty rusty…I get the concepts and all, but I am not a professional at them by any means. I saw my buddies wallet the other day…he is pretty stacked. Over 250btc and over 1000 LTC! D: That is pretty stacked. About 500k stacked, right? Are you familiar with the creator(s) of bitcoin "Satoshi Nakamoto"? Is it actually one person? There are quite a few claims as to who or whom Satoshi may be. K: Im not familiar, i heard it was a team of people under that one name D: I wonder if it was created by a goverment. Like some NSA type agency. Kinda like how the darknet started off as a Navy project. K: Nah I doubt it. Government wouldn't create something that could possibly pose a threat to its own currency. D: That's a good point. The future of BTC is exciting. 1/6/2014 D: Started trading NMC recently. Check ou the spreadsheet attaches another shitsheet Still just testing the water before I start making bigger trades. Buy any more BTC/LTC lately? K: Cool man.. Year i got some LTC at $16 right before it went back up :) 1/7/2014 D: Nice buy. Catch the market today? China's equivalent of Ebay banned the sell of btc, ltc, mining gear, etc. My understanding on of China: China’s central bank regulated the virtual currency for the first time on Dec. 5 by banning financial institutions and payment providers from conducting transactions in the virtual currency Chinese central bank officials told third-party payment service providers to stop offering clearing services to online Bitcoin exchanges China's Ebay bans sell of BTC in accordance to the central bank's ban effective Jan. 31. Acting as a clearing house of BTC. I'm now $180 long NMC. I might invest 1k soon on BTC, any thoughts on an upcoming entry point? K: Hmmm not quite sure on entry point. I am in the red as of today on NMC. Im trying to get it back to 0.01 btc to convert my nmc back to btc, i missed it on the last push. If you are investing 1k and holding long, then any of the daily ups and downs dont matter because in the long run we hope it will be way up. If i were you, i would just wait for a big red candle and then try to by at the bottom. Maybe $800/btc is good? K: The part that sucks is that it seems like BTC value works so hard to creep up and up slowly, and right when it seems like it is going to pick up some momentum, BAM! More bad news comes out and slams the market. This cycle seems to keep repeating over and over right now… 1/9/14 K: I got 2 more btc :) 1/27/14 D: Sorry, haven't check this email account for a few weeks. Been working a lot of OT. What price did you buy in at on 1/9? I just sold a majority of my coins for cash. I picked up 3 LTC at 19.50 though. What's gonna happen 2/1/14? Also, do you know how long it would take for a tax return check if you have your taxes in prior to the 31st? I finished those 2 weeks ago if it matters. The other day the dow finished pretty low. Do you have any thoughts about the US economy over the next 6-12 months? K: What’s up man…huge dump off of BTC right now on almost all exchanges (except gox which is bs anyway). I bought some more LTC at around $19 too. I am holding all for long haul, although it would have been profitable to sell this morning, and re-buy after this dump off. I have no idea what is going to happen on 2/1. Last time when senate met, everyone thought the party was over, and then there was a huge rally in prices instead. I am trying to figure out the right price to buy more btc right now… what do you think? D: Sorry. Copied and pasted instead of attaching the pic. I think we'll have to see if it breaks that support. What about the arrest of that guy at bitinstant? *attaches picture of BTC 4h chart with a random line pointing downward K: I don’t think that one arrest will tank the market like that. I am wondering if the confiscated silk road funds are being trickled through the exchanges by the feds. It seems weird the sell off right now. It almost seems systematic. Like there is a huge sell off that clears all the buy orders. Then it is calm for a few minutes, then repeat. Really strange… D: But I wonder how they brought charges on him? Could they hold anyone accountable who sold BTC to a person using it to buy drugs on silk road? If the Feds are selling that would explain it. They seized 144,000 and they're saying the owner of silkroad may have 600,000 stashed in a wallet. K: I think the number is more like 30,000 btc D: The spokesperson says the approximately 26,000 Bitcoins seized are just the ones that were held in Silk Road accounts. In other words, it’s Silk Road users’ Bitcoin. The FBI has not been able to get to Ulbricht’s personal Bitcoin yet. “That’s like another $80 million worth,” she said, explaining that it was held separately and is encrypted. If that is indeed what he’s holding, that’s close to 600,000 Bitcoin all together or about 5% of all Bitcoin currently in existence. (Update 10-25: The FBI says it’s seized 144,000 Bitcoins, or about $28 million, that it believes belong to Ross Ulbricht.) K: I don’t understand how they were able to confiscate them, when bitcoins are not yet considered money, so they shouldn’t fall under forfeiture rules… 1/17/18 - D: Wish you the best K and hope you held those coins longer than I did. TLDR: Meet a friend in December 2013 that gave me advice to buy and hold BTC long term. This is one of our email threads from around that time, edited to remove personally identifying information. I used all my bitcoin for pizza following the fall of Mt. Gox and the subsequent bubble burst.
The best Tokens for investments in 2019 - how to make money on blockchain?
Tokens, altcoins, blockchain and cryptocurrency - today these terms are gaining popularity. And it is no accident - because new technologies are actively introduced into our lives. https://preview.redd.it/vf6cftrxnf621.jpg?width=1755&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=e69155884b53a36d63e09400ffc9a49e923e9798 Today, no one will be surprised by the unlimited high-speed Internet (and in the days of dial-up card with a code for 3 - hour Internet access-was a great gift). It will take quite some time when the blockchain technology will be included in our life on the level "is when something was different." Therefore, it makes sense to start to understand new terms, as well as to apply these technologies in your life, today. Well, of course, if you do not want to be among the "outsiders", "out of topic", "out of motion" - that is, outsider. Cryptocurrencies and tokens - what to expect in 2019? Cryptocurrencies-although they have given us a good market for fast and high - quality enrichment, in the form in which they exist today-will become a thing of the past. No, of course Bitcoin and other altcoins (Ethereum, Dash and others like them) will exist and may even have a good demand. But to earn super profits on them will not work - as it was in 2017-2018 years. The natives won't come to us anymore. After all, in this period, in fact, a new market was created. This is equivalent to a volcano, or tsunami. When an unknown force pushes under itself all the regularity and regularity of life. Cryptocurrencies will be, but their rate will not be so fast "jump up and down". How to make money in 2019 on blockchain and cryptocurrencies? Blockchain, indeed, will allow investors to earn a good profit in 2019. And, I think that not only in 2019! Cryptocurrencies in 2019 will no longer be associated with a tool for super-profitable investments. Of course, in 2019, it will also be possible to earn on crypto - currency exchanges-if you are a good stock speculator. But so bought bitcoin at 10k and six months later sold 2 times more expensive - this won't happen. Blockchain platform - a tool for investment in 2019. Yes, it is blockchain technology that takes the baton of return on investments from cryptocurrencies. Today, thanks to blockchain technologies, more and more new companies enter the market with a new quality of products and services: the exchange of cryptocurrency; Marketplace trading platforms; support the blockchain with smart contracts; and a lot more - from transparent lotteries and sports betting (where there is no possibility to change or adjust the coefficients, probabilities, etc.) to auctions for the purchase of real estate or its lease. Profitable tokens and coins blockchain platforms 2019 Tokens, coins of blockchain companies are very popular among investors. After all, today you can buy a blockchain token of the Marketplace platform from Bitteam for$ 0.4 for 1BTT, and in 10-12 months to sell it 5-10 times more expensive. That's where the real potential and opportunities for investors are. Marketplace by Bitteam Why I give an example of blockchain platform Marketplace from Bitteam (bit.team)? The company Bitteam has a number of advantages, which allow us to consider them a token as a reliable and promising (from the point of view of growth dynamics) tool investment. Let's take a closer look at why. First, Bitteam has a positive international reputation. The main product of the company at the moment - p2p exchanger with a high level of security (due to escrow transactions) and low Commission - only 0.2%. Escrow transaction exchange of cryptocurrencies is when a p2p transaction will Escrow the Deposit of funds with the guarantee in favor of the company. In addition, the company Bitteam has developed and launched a trading platform (Marketplace) for e-Commerce. This is the first analogue of ebay and aliexpress - with cryptocurrency payment. Finally, the head of Bitteam Ruslan Musliev has a positive experience in creating and bringing new products to the international financial markets. For example, cryptocurrency exchanger Wallbtc.com (with support for dash crypt) successfully works on the international market for more than 3 years and is gaining even more popularity. In conclusion, I want to note the focus of the company on the client. After all, a loyal customer is a source of stable income and free advertising of the most effective format (word of mouth). https://preview.redd.it/le34sxv8qf621.jpg?width=1280&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=ab948bac7c64403c69d1fda101b552e2a35260e6 How to buy BTT token from Bitteam? Buy BTT tokens of the company Bitteam today can be on the program tokensale (token sale), where you get the most favorable offer for the purchase of tokens from the company. More information about how the token capitalization and its future growth are ensured, you can see here: bit.team There you will also find instructions and other information about buying BTT tokens from Bitteam. #BitTeam #BTT #tokensale #P2P #exchange #Marketplace #CDC #crypto #blockchain #ICO #cryptocurrency #bitcoin
How can I sell all my worldly possessions for bitcoin?
Is there an eBay equivalent that accepts bitcoin? I want to sell almost all my possession for bitcoin but I'm having difficulty finding an auction site that accepts bitcoin. Is it just me or does it seem like this is something a small team of web developers could set up in a fairly short amount of time and make huge profits from? I mean you don't have to have massive infrastructure and warehouses full of products like amazon. You just need to create something that allows people to buy and sell and take a small percentage of the transactions...
I invite you to check out BitMit.net for all of your MTG trading, buying, and selling needs! This is the Bitcoin equivalent of ebay. If you have never heard of Bitcoin, it's basically a digital currency. You can read more about it here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bitcoin (Don't get lost! There's a lot to learn! All you really need to know for now is that it can serve as an intermediary for exchanging MTG cards for almost no cost) The following fees are involved for selling on Bitmit:
$0.00 for listing items
1.90% final value fee upon sales
This is incredible when compared to other popular methods for liquidating cards. Consider ebay (>16% ebay/paypal fees PLUS listing fees), vendor buylists (huge markdowns), and CardShark (15%). Being able to sell cards with only 2% in fees allows for large profit margins to savvy buyers, liquidity in exchanging collection playability, and lower prices offered to buyers. With no listing or other up-front costs, there is very little risk involved in creating listings. The listing process is very simple and comparable to ebay. So far, I have personally managed to sell >$200 worth of cards through this site. I have also completed two successful purchases of cards from others. I am actively looking to spend more of the coins in my account on MTG listings, but the one thing currently lacking is more widespread exposure to the Magic community. It should be easy to spread the use of this tool through simple means such as this post, due to the ease and natural advantages. I envision a near-future where almost anyone can easily exchange cards they have for cash or cards that they want. Thanks for reading!
If I told you that you can easily and quickly setup your own MTG virtual card shopfor free; would that be of any interest to this community?
In these past few months Bitcoin has reached new levels of stability. With the downfall of Silkroad, the price spiked downwards briefly only to equalize back to it's previous rate only a half hour later. With it becoming a legal currency in Germany, Canada is not only encouraging bitcoin; but is also planning it's own crypto-currency, China's google equivalent now accepts bitcoin along with it's government announcing no plans to regulate bitcoin; it's obvious that bitcoin is not what a lot of skeptics expected it to be. With the average Bitcoin price constantly rising, and more merchants and vendors accepting Bitcoin, the benefits that bitcoin can offer MTG players is only more realistic. Benefits MTG Players can get using Bitcoin
Can sell cards for as low as pennies due to a voluntary $.01 transaction fee (more profit for vendors! and opens the possibility to sell cheaper cards increasing selection)
Bitmit (bitcoin's ebay) is currently the best place for individuals to setup shops and list their cards. They offer a user friendly escrow and order features making it easy to list, buy and sell/ship. There areno listing feesand only a 1.9% commission fee on sold sales.
Can get the full value of cards instead of having to sell at discount to another vendor (TCGplayer and local card shops I'm looking at you!)
Allows players to have a global marketplace
Zero barriers to entry; absolutely anyone can start accepting and sending bitcoin in minutes. No need for bank accounts or payment processing services to register with (paypal, dwolla, skritch, etc).
Can exchange BTC for USD easily right into your bank account through services like coinbase(which takes great care to follow all the legal procedures for US banking).
Easily buy giftcards to a ridiculous amount of vendors through various vendors such as [gyft](gyft.com) (buy your groceries, video games, amazon, etc with BTC)
Brings MTG players together and fosters a community of buyer and sellers, as they will have to interact and discuss amongst each other to create a large archive of available cards.
/MTG4BTC is coming back with a refreshed philosophy of facilitating a MTG/BTC economy. We realize that reddit is no place for an auction house, yet this niche is specifically hindered by a lack of selection. Thus we are requesting users to search bitmit for cards they want; and if the card(s) is not available, to request it on the subreddit. If the card is not on bitmit; it is surely in someone's collection. The benefit of this model is that it allows MTG players without bitcoin to start earning and thus able to buy and request cards themselves. If bitcoiners request cards, and then pay someone who is new to bitcoin; that new bitcoiner can then spend their coin on cards themselves from another (potential) new user... or they can drop the savings into their wallet and watch it grow over the years! The point is that the choice is yours to make! If your interested in participating in this new community, we'd love to see you stop by our humble home. There is information on the sidebar further detailing how to start selling and buying. I hope to see some of you on the flip side!
Side note: This sub is brand new in terms of a refresh and thus needs some fresh leadership. Vendors on bitmit with high karma level (anyone who sells cards and is friendly basically) are eligible to become moderators to help keep sub consistency and quality (as well as answer questions).
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