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Discussion in 'Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Mining' started by Gunna, Oct 10, 2017.

  1. r3s

    r3s Member

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    Not me, was there another exchange scam?
     
  2. Optimus.

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    Re: POWR, it's going to be more business to business (b2b) carbon trading.

    For the little people with solar panels, check out SOLAR.
     
  3. whatdoesthisdo

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    Twas a joke :lol:.

    Not a exchange per se but a pyramid scheme lending platform.
     
  4. jpw007

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    Sea of red again so everyone is a bit timid most likely lol
     
  5. r3s

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    Yeah i had to google it, seems legit :D
     
  6. Strik3r

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    Just bought ADA, POWR and a little bit of REDD. Won't even check the price for a month.
     
  7. Optimus.

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    Interesting time to buy in - better make it 2 months before you check your prices!
     
  8. pezzy

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    might even be in a worst position in 2 months time since btc has been on a slow dip since mid december. based on that, you'll be forced to check for more upcoming bargains :p.
     
  9. shredder

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    YEAH RIGHT.

    Just joshing you mate. : D
     
  10. elcarter1

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    ADA, withdraw on binance has opened up but appears to be failing to gain a TX and enter the pool. Been about 25 mins now.

    Some are saying they are releasing the withdraws in batches.. Will report back.

    EDIT, processed in about 35mins. Not too shabby considering the new architecture ect but needs to improve.
     
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  11. shredder

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    It's been closed a fair while. So, now that it's open again, there'll no doubt be an initial 'bank run' on it. I'd say you're right about batches. They don't want to overwhelm anything.
     
  12. Cadbury

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    BTC price is making a 'flag' pattern - where the size of each cycle decreases. I recall thats supposed to mean something.
     
  13. shredder

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    It means someone's gonna do something soon. :p
     
  14. koss

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    There is no great rush to withdraw ADA, the PoS mining is still months off, it's just nice to have it sitting under your own private keys.
     
  15. elcarter1

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    Agreed, i have a healthy distrust of crypto exchanges. I'm hoping the Nano S intergraton teams not to far off getting started.
     
  16. shredder

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    I'm in no rush, not currently holding any.

    I'll wait and see what it does.
     
  17. Cadbury

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    So...it meant the arse was going to fall out of it, again :(
    Seems like VEN and WTC are some of the few alts to weather this latest drop well.
     
  18. jars121

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    I'm really intrigued by WTC and am considering getting involved ahead of their big media announcement/event on the 28th.
     
  19. koss

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    This is a bizzare alt coin project. (no ICO)

    It's to fund an AI development/programmer community.
     
  20. pezzy

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    any super cheap coins (around 10c or less) you guys think are a good hodl?
     

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