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#21 DrBubb

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Posted 16 May 2017 - 10:29 PM

Is the RISK of collapse really reduced - Vitalik thinks so

 

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The market is "bipolar", swinging back and forth from a focus on Inflation to Deflation. Bet on swings; and stay flexible. What are bipolar markets? See: http://tinyurl.com/GEI-Manix

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Posted 19 May 2017 - 02:23 PM

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#23 ajs

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Posted 19 May 2017 - 09:14 PM

Yup, last time I bought some bitcoin, was back in December.  I was pleased to finally be seeing some real return on my punt, but concerned that it took so much longer to arrive in my wallet than just a few months earlier. Also concerned that all the other Alt coins seemed to be dying, and that though the bitcoin market volume still seemed to be healthy, over 80% of it took place on the Chinese exchanges. 

 

When the Chinese Goverment starting threatening to impose capital controls on their internal bitcoin marketplace, I thought that might be it, but as in the past bitcoin is proving resilient, and now Japan appears to be driving the market.

 

Came across this article earlier on,  https://medium.com/@...le-a504383172ff

 

Interesting and maybe some explanation why the Ripple price gone completely beserk, I agree with the author clearly bubble behaviour, but it's not so clear whether the bubble will pop in Japan or just move on elsewhere..

 

Anyway no time to ponder that too much, ..better top up on a little more Ether sharpish whilst it's still under £100!



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Posted Yesterday, 02:59 PM

What is the best way to buy bitcoin in the UK and is the method of selling the same as buying?



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Posted Yesterday, 08:58 PM

Ethereum is the hottest asset at the moment I reckon



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Posted Yesterday, 10:29 PM

Bitcoins can move a long way if it stays in this channel

 

BTS ... update

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Meantime, ETH is a moonshot: $ 144.60 !  New high

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Posted Yesterday, 10:49 PM

What is the best way to buy bitcoin in the UK and is the method of selling the same as buying?

 

https://www.coinfloor.co.uk/

https://bittylicious.com/

 

You can buy from either of these UK brokers

 

Coinfloor usually the best price, but bitcoin only, and takes a bit more trouble to setup an account and get verified. You can keep your bitcoin in the coinfloor wallet associated with your account.

 

Bittylicious is considerably simpler and quicker, you can also buy other coins through them such as Ether.    You will need a desktop wallet such as Exodus.  https://www.exodus.io/



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Posted Yesterday, 11:20 PM

 

https://www.coinfloor.co.uk/

https://bittylicious.com/

 

You can buy from either of these UK brokers

 

Coinfloor usually the best price, but bitcoin only, and takes a bit more trouble to setup an account and get verified. You can keep your bitcoin in the coinfloor wallet associated with your account.

 

Bittylicious is considerably simpler and quicker, you can also buy other coins through them such as Ether.    You will need a desktop wallet such as Exodus.  https://www.exodus.io/

 

 

Thanks for the info, I'll have a look at them both.






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