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Bitstamp buy and sell Bitcoins Review Thread

Please post reviews, complaints, and suggestions for others based on your experience using bitstamp in this thread.
Company website: https://www.bitstamp.net/
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Daily Crypto Review, Mar 5 – Bitcoin uncertainty leading to a lack of buying or selling pressure

Daily Crypto Review, Mar 5 – Bitcoin uncertainty leading to a lack of buying or selling pressure submitted by Aggravating_Cream to CryptoCurrencies [link] [comments]

05-24 14:24 - 'Guys have you checked coinbaazar p2p exchange for buying/selling bitcoins , reviews welcome' (i.redd.it) by /u/Coinbaazar_Official removed from /r/Bitcoin within 23-33min

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Paxful Review - Buy/Sell Bitcoin /w PayPal, Gift Cards Bank Transfers & 300 Other Ways

Paxful Review - Buy/Sell Bitcoin /w PayPal, Gift Cards Bank Transfers & 300 Other Ways submitted by LitesLiger to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

BUYING and SELLING Bitcoin & Ethereum in 2020?! Gemini Cryptocurrency Exchange Review + $10 BTC FREE

BUYING and SELLING Bitcoin & Ethereum in 2020?! Gemini Cryptocurrency Exchange Review + $10 BTC FREE submitted by VoskCoin to VoskCoin [link] [comments]

BUYING and SELLING Bitcoin & Ethereum in 2020?! Gemini Cryptocurrency Exchange Review + $10 BTC FREE

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BUYING and SELLING Bitcoin & Ethereum in 2020?! Gemini Cryptocurrency Exchange Review + $10 BTC FREE

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05-11 06:24 - 'BUYING and SELLING Bitcoin & Ethereum in 2020?! Gemini Cryptocurrency Exchange Review + $10 BTC FREE' (youtube.com) by /u/VoskCoin removed from /r/Bitcoin within 192-202min

BUYING and SELLING Bitcoin & Ethereum in 2020?! Gemini Cryptocurrency Exchange Review + $10 BTC FREE
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To Buy Or Sell!? - Bitcoin Meme Review

To Buy Or Sell!? - Bitcoin Meme Review submitted by jaggedsoft to cryptocurrencymemes [link] [comments]

To Buy Or Sell!? - Bitcoin Meme Review

To Buy Or Sell!? - Bitcoin Meme Review submitted by cryptolobe to cryptolobe [link] [comments]

What's the cleverest scam you've seen in crypto?

And I'm not talking about "hurr durr, btc/eth/xrp is the cleverest scam in crypto". I'm talking actual flat out scams.
Cleverest I've seen is a guy who "accidentally leaks" his private key to his Ethereum wallet in several chatrooms. There is no ETH in the wallet but a few shitcoin ERC20 tokens. So people will send a small amount of ETH to the address to pay for the gas to get the tokens out. But the scammer has set up a script to withdraw the sent ETH out of the wallet before the person has time to withdraw the tokens.
You can view one of the addresses here: https://etherscan.io/address/0xb7605ddc0327406a7ac225b9de87865e22ac5927 and see there are over 27k transactions and it has been actively going on for over 3 years now. If you read the comments some people have actually written scripts just to see if they can beat the guy in withdrawing the tokens faster than the scammer can steal the ETH. It's completely brilliant and evil.
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Not Selling Out! - Bitcoin Meme Review

Not Selling Out! - Bitcoin Meme Review submitted by jaggedsoft to cryptocurrencymemes [link] [comments]

06-06 16:44 - 'Hey Autisticbot_8, / If you are accepting Bitcoin for your store, you are an excellent candidate for making money with LibertyX by selling it too. Please DM me or review my post history, my first post from two years ago is...' by /u/LibX4life removed from /r/Bitcoin within 209-219min

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Hey Autisticbot_8,
If you are accepting Bitcoin for your store, you are an excellent candidate for making money with LibertyX by selling it too. Please DM me or review my post history, my first post from two years ago is my active sign up link for new stores that want to make money selling bitcoin like a bitcoin ATM without the machine. We would list you on our map and send you our customers, it's a good gig for any store that wants more customers handing them cash.
Also, in re-reading this, if this is an online store you're referring to, please disregard, I work with brick and mortar storefronts.
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I built a decentralized legal-binding smart contract system. I need peer reviewers and whitepaper proof readers. Help greatly appreciated!

I posted this on /cryptotechnology . It attracted quite a bit of upvotes but not many potential contributors. Someone mentioned I should try this sub. I read the rules and it seems to fit within them. Hope this kind of post is alright here...
EDIT: My mother language is french (I'm from Montreal/Canada). Please excuse any blatant grammatical errors.
TLDR: I built a decentralized legal-binding smart contract system. I need peer reviewers and whitepaper proof readers. If you're interested, send me an email to discuss: [email protected] . Thanks in advance!
Hi guys,
For the last few years, I've been working on a decentralized legal-binding contract system. Basically, I created a PoW blockchain software that can receive a hash as an address, and another hash as a bucket, in each transaction.
The address hash is used to tell a specific entity (application/contract/company/person, etc) that uses the blockchain that this transaction might be addressed to them. The bucket hash simply tells the nodes which hashtree of files they need to download in order to execute that contract.
The buckets are shared within the network of nodes. Someone could, for example, write a contract with a series of nodes in order to host their data for them. Buckets can hold any kind of data, and can be of any size... including encrypted data.
The blockchain's blocks are chained together using a mining system similar to bitcoin (hashcash algorithm). Each block contains transactions. The requested difficulty increases when the amount of transactions in a block increases, linearly. Then, when a block is mined properly, another smaller mining effort is requested to link the block to the network's head block.
To replace a block, you need to create another block with more transactions than the amount that were transacted in and after the mined block.
I expect current payment processors to begin accepting transactions and mine them for their customers and make money with fees, in parallel. Using such a mechanism, miners will need to have a lot of bandwidth available in order to keep downloading the blocks of other miners, just like the current payment processors.
The contracts is code written in our custom programming language. Their code is pushed using a transaction, and hosted in buckets. Like you can see, the contract's data are off-chain, only its bucket hash is on-chain. The contract can be used to listen to events that occurs on the blockchain, in any buckets hosted by nodes or on any website that can be crawled and parsed in the contract.
There is also an identity system and a vouching system...which enable the creation of soft-money (promise of future payment in hard money (our cryptocurrency) if a series of events arrive).
The contracts can also be compiled to a legal-binding framework and be potentially be used in court. The contracts currently compile to english and french only.
I also built a browser that contains a 3D viewport, using OpenGL. The browser contains a domain name system (DNS) in form of contracts. Anyone can buy a new domain by creating a transaction with a bucket that contains code to reserve a specific name. When a user request a domain name, it discovers the bucket that is attached to the domain, download that bucket and executes its scripts... which renders in the 3D viewport.
When people interact with an application, the application can create contracts on behalf of the user and send them to the blockchain via a transaction. This enables normal users (non-developers) to interact with others using legal contracts, by using a GUI software.
The hard money (cryptocurrency) is all pre-mined and will be sold to entities (people/company) that want to use the network. The hard money can be re-sold using the contract proposition system, for payment in cash or a bank transfer. The fiat funds will go to my company in order to create services that use this specific network of contracts. The goal is to use the funds to make the network grow and increase its demand in hard money. For now, we plan to create:
A logistic and transportation company
A delivery company
A company that buy and sell real estate options
A company that manage real estate
A software development company
A world-wide fiat money transfer company
A payment processor company
We chose these niche because our team has a lot of experience in these areas: we currently run companies in these fields. These niche also generate a lot of revenue and expenses, making the value of exchanges high. We expect this to drive volume in contracts, soft-money and hard-money exchanges.
We also plan to use the funds to create a venture capital fund that invests in startups that wants to create contracts on our network to execute a specific service in a specific niche.
I'm about to release the software open source very soon and begin executing our commercial activities on the network. Before launching, I'd like to open a discussion with the community regarding the details of how this software works and how it is explained in the whitepaper.
If you'd like to read the whitepaper and open a discussion with me regarding how things work, please send me an email at [email protected] .
If you have any comment, please comment below and Ill try to answer every question. Please note that before peer-reviewing the software and the whitepaper, I'd like to keep the specific details of the software private, but can discuss the general details. A release date will be given once my work has been peer reviewed.
Thanks all in advance!
P.S: This project is not a competition to bitcoin. My goal with this project is to enable companies to write contracts together, easily follow events that are executed in their contracts, understand what to expect from their partnership and what they need to give in order to receive their share of deals... and sell their contracts that they no longer need to other community members.
Bitcoin already has a network of people that uses it. It has its own value. In fact, I plan to create contracts on our network to exchange value from our network for bitcoin and vice-versa. Same for any commodity and currency that currently exits in this world.
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Trying to sell bitcoins and Paypal says the payment is "under review". What should I do?

Went to localbitcoins to sell some leftover bitcoins I had and I got a really quick buyer. Problem is that Paypal says his payment is "under review".
The dude is being super pushy and I don't know what to do, he says I should release the bitcoins but I'm not comfortable if Paypal is telling me not to do so. Is he right?
Edit: also, throwaway because obvious.
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Selling my first short story. I'm hoping to write a book. I'm charging 30 cents just to get used to Bitcoin at the same time. I'd love to sell some and if you give a review I'll refund the BTC if you ask.

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Hi guys, newbie here, I've just read some bad reviews on coinbase, but I have just recently bought some bitcoin on it, can I transfer funds from coinbase to another service like gemini without having to sell my bitcoin? /r/Bitcoin

Hi guys, newbie here, I've just read some bad reviews on coinbase, but I have just recently bought some bitcoin on it, can I transfer funds from coinbase to another service like gemini without having to sell my bitcoin? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Another BTCINR exchange - Please review Bitbns (think 'BITcoin Buy N Sell') is the fastest and easiest way to trade Bitcoins in India.

Another BTCINR exchange - Please review Bitbns (think 'BITcoin Buy N Sell') is the fastest and easiest way to trade Bitcoins in India. submitted by lawzeus to BITCOIN_INDIA [link] [comments]

PSA: Mojang made an unannounced change to the Commercial Usage Guidelines / EULA

Note: while I am a lawyer, I am not your lawyer, and none of this is legal advice that you may rely on. Please consult competent counsel in your jurisdiction before making any decisions that affect your rights, as whether or not any particular server's for-sale offerings comply with the EULA is a fact-specific inquiry and your results may vary. Additionally, Mojang may update the Guidelines or issue a statement contradicting this information at any time, and you should regularly review the Guidelines for any updates or changes that may affect your rights.

On April 11, Mojang published a new help site article stating that:
Hard currency is real money or anything that can be converted into real money, including, but not limited to, Bitcoins. Soft currency is available in-game only and has no real-world value. You may not sell soft currency for hard currency, neither separately or along with ranks as a single or recurring payout. This is regardless of what you can use the soft currency for.
That article, despite being linked to elsewhere on live help site pages, now results in a 404.
Until May 20th, the Commercial Usage Guidelines read as follows:
YOU MAY:
...
use in-game currencies IF (i) they are “soft currencies,” i.e., a currency earned and expended only through gameplay that has no real world value and that cannot be cashed out, used, or transferred across free or paid servers, or into any other currency with real-world value; (ii) you don’t give the impression that it comes from or is associated with Mojang, and (iii) they don’t look like or have similar names to Minecoins or any other official virtual currency.
As of May 20th, the Commercial Usage Guidelines now read:
use and sell in-game virtual currencies IF (i) they have no real-world value and that cannot be cashed out, used, or transferred across free or paid servers, or into any other currency with real-world value; (ii) you don't give the impression that it comes from or is associated with Mojang, (iii) they don't look like or have similar names to Minecoins or any other official virtual currency, and (iv) anything you sell with the currency follows our monetization guidelines.
This is a major unannounced change and I was unable to find any other posts on this subreddit (or anywhere) explaining or noting it.
This change allows the sale of soft currency (coins, gold, etc) so long as the use of that currency is compliant with the rest of the EULA/Guidelines. For example, it appears that the Guidelines now allow the sale of cosmetic-only currency. In addition, in combination with the new "provided they do not give a competitive gameplay advantage" exception, the sale of soft currency that affects gameplay is allowed (again, subject to that exception and the rest of the EULA).
I don't work for Mojang and I can't predict whether this change will be reverted or accompanied by additional changes, and I didn't review the other terms to see if anything else had changed. I just wanted to write this post as a PSA.
I've previously authored an extended write-up of EULA compliance on my Substack and am writing a "version 2.0" that includes both a history of the recent changes and explanations that incorporate them.
Thank you to Mergu from the Denizen Discord server for (inadvertently) making me aware of this change.
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PSA: How to use crypto to sell/buy PMs on r/PMsForSale

TL;DR 1: this is not an investment recommendation. This is not an endorsement of any crypto coin, token, or service. This post (which is a bit longish) describes how to use crypto as another payment mechanism. It would just add another tool to your PM trading toolbox.
TL;DR 2: This is not an exhaustive review – it’s a simplified how-to. Calling me out on certain minute aspects is useless. However, if I made a mistake, or omitted something important PLEAESE correct me.
TL;DR 3: I’ll describe everything in chapters, so as you go down, if you feel this is irrelevant to you, you can stop without spending too much time reading it all.

Chapter 1: Why use crypto

  1. You control the entire transaction, end to end. You do not need a third party (Like PayPal or Google) telling you what you’re allowed to sell, and for how much. You do not need to resort to subterfuge (“use Friends & Family, and make sure to leave no notes!”).
  2. Crypto transactions add a level of privacy (depending on how you use them).
  3. Transactions are secure (read more about blockchain technology), and usually only involve you sharing your crypto address with your counterpart.
  4. Transactions are irreversible – good if you’re an established seller who’s afraid of chargebacks by scammers.
  5. Yet transactions can still be proven – they’re out there on the blockchain, available for all to see.
  6. Most of the time, transactions are fast (depending on network traffic and amount of gas paid).

Chapter 2: Types of crypto

I’m not going to go into technicalities, and definitely not recommend anything. Let’s just split the crypto world right now into 2 types of coins: stable, and unstable.
  1. Unstable coins (Bitcoin, Ether, Ripple etc.) can see their fiat value go up or down several times a minute. They’re volatile, and while they can be used to pay, the buyer and seller need to agree on the spot, convert fiat to the coin and start the transaction – at the end of which, the fiat value received may be higher or lower than when the transfer started. Because of that, I’ll avoid discussing them here.
  2. Stable coins usually run on the Ethereum blockchain, and use a technology called “smart contract” to attach their value to fiat. A stable coin like USDC, DAI, USDT etc. will always be worth $1 (give or take 1% at certain times). For all intents and purposes, if I quote you a price of $250 and you send me 250 USDC – we’re done.

Chapter 3: what do I need to have to trade in stable coins?

  1. An address – your crypto address allows you to control crypto on the blockchain. More specifically, it allows you to withdraw funds (since everyone can deposit to your address, whether you want it or not).
  2. A crypto wallet. A wallet is NOT where you hold your coins! Your “money” is on the blockchain, assigned to your address. Your wallet allows you to mange the coins in that address. You can either use one of the free wallets out there, or have one provided to you by an exchange. I recommend MetaMask. It runs as a browser extension (Chrome, Firefox, Brave) or a mobile app. Make sure you do your due diligence before selecting a wallet, so you wont use a scammy app, that will use your pass phrase to clean up your address!
  3. Some Ether (usually 0.05-0.1 ether is enough for several transactions) – every transfer on the blockchain has a fee, representing compensation for the computer work done to transfer funds from address to address. This fee, known as “gas” can go from fractions of a cent to several dollars – depending on the blockchain traffic at the time. You can control the amount of gas, and price of gas for your transactions, but generally speaking: the less you pay, the slower the transfer. Gas is paid in Ether only, so you need some in your wallet (see below on how to get it).
  4. If you want to sell using crypto – you’re done!
  5. If you want to buy using Crypto, you’ll need to convert some fiat to stable coins – see next chapter.

Chapter 4: Quickest way to get stable coins

The easiest way to start (in the US – your miles/kilometres may vary elsewhere) is to open a Coinbase account.
(Disclaimer: you can choose any other exchange. I’m not compensated by Coinbase, I have no stake in Coinbase, I don’t work there, or know anyone who does. There’s a reason I mention them: they make this simple.)
While Coinbase is the fastest and easiest way to go for noobs, there are some caveats:
  1. Coinbase is a registered financial company. They require full KYC (i.e. photo of your driver’s license). Everything you do gets reported to the IRS, authorities, etc. But then, your bank does the same.
  2. Coinbase doesn’t care where the funds come and go – unless law enforcement, IRS, SEC etc tell them to care. If you’re privacy-oriented, an exchange is not for you, go to the next chapter.

Let’s look at the steps of using Coinbase, and how much they’ll cost you:

  1. Open Coinbase account (free)
  2. Go through KYC needed to connect a bank account to your Coinbase account (free)
  3. Transfer fiat to your account (free if bank transfer, otherwise credit/debit card fee applies)
  4. Convert fiat to the stable coin USDC (FREE! Since Coinbase “owns” USDC, they don’t charge anything to convert back and forth between USD and USDC. And it’s always 1-1 conversion.)
  5. Transfer USDC to an external wallet (yours, or a sellers) (FREE! Again, another perk – Coinbase pays your transfer gas fee).
  6. If you’re content with using Coinbase as your wallet, you are done!
a. When you want to buy, you ask the seller for his address, and transfer USDC to him (free).
b. When you want to sell, you give the user your Coinbase USDC address and he sends there (free again).
c. Make sure you send the right address – there are no backsies in crypto!!!

Using your own wallet:

  1. Install MetaMask. Follow instructions to create your address. Make sure you keep the pass phrase safe (NOT ON YOUR COMPUTER).
  2. Go through steps 1-5 to convert some fiat to USDC for free.
  3. Buy some ether – Currently Ether spot is about $230, meaning it’ll cost you about $10-20 to get some Ether + whatever fee Coinbase has on trading.
  4. Send the USDC to your new address.
  5. Send the Ether to your new address.
  6. You are now good to send and receive payments!
  7. When you receive USDC from a buyer, you can either keep them in your wallet for further use, or send to Coinbase, convert to fiat and send to your bank account. Always remember: on Coinbase 1 USDC == $1.

Chapter 5: Doing it on your own – for advanced users only

If you don’t like sharing all your info with Coinbase, you can definitely just install your own wallet (MetaMask is still the best option, IMHO, but there are many more), and fund it personally.
The biggest challenge you’ll face is: how do I convert fiat to crypto? Here are some options:
  1. The easiest: get someone to sell you some. Someone who already went through the whole process, and will agree to give you some crypto. Once you have crypto, you can easily convert it to any other crypto, without using any exchange, using crypto swap apps.
  2. The more expansive: use a service like Changelly (and there are others – again: I have no stake) to “buy” crypto. Take into account that they have fees. There are also services (like LocalBitcoins) that will allow you to buy directly from other people, for lower fees.
  3. You can use a different exchange, perhaps even one in a different country. Take into account that you’ll need to get actual money there, so at one point, someone will know something about you.
As said, once you have ANY crypto in your wallet, it’s easy to convert it to stable coins, Ether, or everything else you need.

Summary

I tried covering the basics of using crypto for payment. I did my best to avoid techy aspects and jargon.
Crypto is here to stay. Next (and current) generations will use it, like we’re using credit cards and PayPal. It will have no “magic” or “hoax” attached to it. It’s not “good” or “bad” – it’s just another way to convey value.
I was taught all this by someone. I’m sharing this with you now, in the hope you’ll share it with other people. That’s how knowledge grows.
If anyone wants any clarification, or expansion on any item, feel free to comment below, or reach out to me.
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I built a decentralized legal-binding smart contract system. I need peer reviewers and whitepaper proof readers. Help greatly appreciated!

I originally posted this on /cryptocurrency. I just thought you guys might be able to help as well so I posted it as well. I didn't link to the original post because the bot here keeps deleting my post, even if I use the np link. Hope that's ok...
EDIT: My mother language is french (I'm from Montreal/Canada). Please excuse any blatant grammatical errors.
TLDR: I built a decentralized legal-binding smart contract system. I need peer reviewers and whitepaper proof readers. If you're interested, send me an email to discuss: [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) . Thanks in advance!
Hi guys,
For the last few years, I've been working on a decentralized legal-binding contract system. Basically, I created a PoW blockchain software that can receive a hash as an address, and another hash as a bucket, in each transaction.
The address hash is used to tell a specific entity (application/contract/company/person, etc) that uses the blockchain that this transaction might be addressed to them. The bucket hash simply tells the nodes which hashtree of files they need to download in order to execute that contract.
The buckets are shared within the network of nodes. Someone could, for example, write a contract with a series of nodes in order to host their data for them. Buckets can hold any kind of data, and can be of any size... including encrypted data.
The blockchain's blocks are chained together using a mining system similar to bitcoin (hashcash algorithm). Each block contains transactions. The requested difficulty increases when the amount of transactions in a block increases, linearly. Then, when a block is mined properly, another smaller mining effort is requested to link the block to the network's head block.
To replace a block, you need to create another block with more transactions than the amount that were transacted in and after the mined block.
I expect current payment processors to begin accepting transactions and mine them for their customers and make money with fees, in parallel. Using such a mechanism, miners will need to have a lot of bandwidth available in order to keep downloading the blocks of other miners, just like the current payment processors.
The contracts is code written in our custom programming language. Their code is pushed using a transaction, and hosted in buckets. Like you can see, the contract's data are off-chain, only its bucket hash is on-chain. The contract can be used to listen to events that occurs on the blockchain, in any buckets hosted by nodes or on any website that can be crawled and parsed in the contract.
There is also an identity system and a vouching system...which enable the creation of soft-money (promise of future payment in hard money (our cryptocurrency) if a series of events arrive).
The contracts can also be compiled to a legal-binding framework and be potentially be used in court. The contracts currently compile to english and french only.
I also built a browser that contains a 3D viewport, using OpenGL. The browser contains a domain name system (DNS) in form of contracts. Anyone can buy a new domain by creating a transaction with a bucket that contains code to reserve a specific name. When a user request a domain name, it discovers the bucket that is attached to the domain, download that bucket and executes its scripts... which renders in the 3D viewport.
When people interact with an application, the application can create contracts on behalf of the user and send them to the blockchain via a transaction. This enables normal users (non-developers) to interact with others using legal contracts, by using a GUI software.
The hard money (cryptocurrency) is all pre-mined and will be sold to entities (people/company) that want to use the network. The hard money can be re-sold using the contract proposition system, for payment in cash or a bank transfer. The fiat funds will go to my company in order to create services that use this specific network of contracts. The goal is to use the funds to make the network grow and increase its demand in hard money. For now, we plan to create:
  1. A logistic and transportation company
  2. A delivery company
  3. A company that buy and sell real estate options
  4. A company that manage real estate
  5. A software development company
  6. A world-wide fiat money transfer company
  7. A payment processor company
We chose these niche because our team has a lot of experience in these areas: we currently run companies in these fields. These niche also generate a lot of revenue and expenses, making the value of exchanges high. We expect this to drive volume in contracts, soft-money and hard-money.
We also plan to use the funds to create a venture capital fund that invests in startups that wants to create contracts on our network to execute a specific service in a specific niche.
I'm about to release the software open source very soon and begin executing our commercial activities on the network. Before launching, I'd like to open a discussion with the community regarding the details of how this software works and how it is explained in the whitepaper.
If you'd like to read the whitepaper and open a discussion with me regarding how things work, please send me an email at [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) .
If you have any comment, please comment below and Ill try to answer every question. Please note that before peer-reviewing the software and the whitepaper, I'd like to keep the specific details of the software private, but can discuss the general details. A release date will be given once my work has been peer reviewed.
Thanks all in advance!
P.S: This project is not a competition to bitcoin. My goal with this project is to enable companies to write contracts together, easily follow events that are executed in their contracts, understand what to expect from their partnership and what they need to give in order to receive their share of deals... and sell their contracts that they no longer need to other community members.
Bitcoin already has a network of people that uses it. It has its own value. In fact, I plan to create contracts on our network to exchange value from our network for bitcoin and vice-versa. Same for any commodity and currency that currently exits in this world.
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Thank you all. I upgraded.

So I had another post asking about exchanging BTC for MCO to reach the higher tier card. I have the royal indigo card, decided to take advantage of the icy white card right now since CDC seems to be doing well, has progressive plans, and the potential for MCO to rise again is likely in my opinion (almost $20 in 2017-2018!). Anyway, I am in the USA and don’t have access to syndicate.
At first I had the cringe of selling my bitcoin for something else. But thought, hey if I plan this right, I’ll come out better in the long term since I’m planning to stay in crypto for the long term, possibly forever if BTC does well. I spent days and hours on end thinking if I should really convert my 2.5 BTC to get the 4500 MCO goal to get the icy white card. I spend about $1-2K a month on the royal indigo card. I also continuously buy bitcoin weekly since I reached my personal comfortable bitcoin position. I’m not a trader, just a hodler.
I’m looking forward to MCO increasing in price value and also CDC possibly changing up the benefits to make it more attractive. That extra 2% will probably make a noticeable difference with my holdings. I’ll probably have to report this action in USA taxes, but cryptotrader.tax should help with that. :)
At first, I was thinking, WTF am I doing buy getting an icy white card and giving up 2.5 BTC? Then I thought, long term wise, I believe in the company, and I plan on using ALL the MCO interest I gain from my holdings and from the 5K MCO stake into BTC while dollar cost averaging weekly. Even after the upgrade last night to the 5K MCO tier, I felt like “did I just do what most people wouldn’t? Did I just sell my bitcoin for MCO (yes of course), am I doing the “right” thing? Anyway, the transaction already happened and already requested for the icy white card. The more I have been analyzing the potential with the icy white card and reading reviews in other subreddit posts from other people, it seems like the most reasonable investment to take advantage of the higher interest rates and 4% cash back for someone who can afford to get the 5K MCO tier NOW as an early adopter and investor of crypto.com’s space. Soon, when more of these cards get distributed throughout the world, MCO’s supply may decrease further and the price of them could possibly increase a bit I think.
After making this transaction, I felt buyers remorse. Then when thinking of the long term, I felt better about it knowing if at any time I don’t feel the icy white is worth my time, I can always downgrade back to 500MCO tier. But with the added benefits of crypto.com private to include priority customer service and the inheritance service. I’m not sure how good the research product will be and the crypto invest thing, not sure if I’ll be using that since all I want is more BTC. I got a good/comfortable ETH position for profits in the long term future, but ultimately I think I’m a semi-bitcoin maximalist in a small way.
I want to thank ALL of you for responding to my posts in great, professional ways. You guys are the reason why I keep coming back to this subreddit. I took that risk of risking my 2.5 BTC for 5K MCO to get this card to reap the benefits and the better EARN rates. Although the crypto.com private benefits appear cool (gonna wait for their swag too), the better interest rates of 4% cash back and 2% extra in EARN, is the main things that attracted me because of my crypto position as a HODLER and long term investor. If this company keeps going, I believe long term, MCO will do me well to allow me to accumulate more bitcoin for the long term and also take advantage of higher tier EARN rates.
I’m hoping the benefits for 5K MCO icy white card tier holders will improve over time. What do you think? Anyway, thank you all again and keep accumulating that BTC!
Not financial advice!
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