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Old 01-03-2018, 01:56 PM
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is there a way to tell how your coins have performed since you bought them?
All I see are generalized past 24 hrs etc. Seems like such a basic thing hard to imagine they wouldn't have that option. Thanks
There is an app called Blockfolio where you can enter all relevant info and it will live update you Crypto portfolio. I find thats the easiest way to track it all.
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There is an app called Blockfolio where you can enter all relevant info and it will live update you Crypto portfolio. I find thats the easiest way to track it all.
thanks. totally looks like what I want but seems to be having issues right now according to twitter (I can't add coins). hopefully it's resolved soon so I can test it out.

I also came across coin profit which is similar but not as detailed.
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Anyone else investing in other cryptocurrencies?

I have positions in:

TRX
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REQ
ETH

Would love input on any of these or other potential investments
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Old 01-04-2018, 07:52 AM
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I have ETH, BTC, and a little of the third one that coinbase covers. I have tried, again, to get my DL and selfy approved, but not yet.

If I had a bigger account, I would consider a position of long ETH, short BTC.
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How can I trade bitcoin futures at TD Ameritrade?
Certain qualifications and permissions will be required for trading bitcoin futures once the product is available to trade. Before you start trading, you’ll need to make sure you are approved to trade futures in your TD Ameritrade account:

Margin enabled
Tier 2 spread option approval
Advanced features enabled
Account minimum of $25,000
the margin is $9000

Please note that the TD Ameritrade margin requirement for bitcoin futures products will be 1.5 times higher than the exchange margin requirements, and is subject to change without notice.


How to Trade Bitcoin Futures | TD Ameritrade
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I have positions in:

TRX
ICX
XRP
ADA
REQ
ETH

Would love input on any of these or other potential investments
Long positions I would include XVG and possibly SALT.

STEEM is another one, but I think it will fail. Its like a twitter/facebook mix, but I would wait for second generation of this idea as the STEEM dev team seems retarded to me. All that said it has went up like 10 times in last few months, and I am cashing out my position now, it just takes 13 weeks



TRX has gone up like 13X this week,
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Anyone know about this rumor that Ripple (XRP) to buy or do deal with Western Union? Stock Symbol "WU" after what happens to these stocks after announcements, like Overstock.com. I bought a little, thinking about more on Monday.
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Problem with Ripple is 60 billion coins have yet to be released, and the banking institutions that use them will not want wild fluctuations in price which crypto is currently experiencing. I think once they become established the XRP team will release as necessary to control hyper inflation or deflation.
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Here's an interesting set of facts I read in a Forbes article today. "According to a recent survey conducted by Blockchain Capital, 30% of those in the 18-to-34-age range would rather invest $1,000 in Bitcoin than $1,000 in government bonds or stocks. The same study also indicates that 42% of millennials have heard about Bitcoin, compared with 15% awareness among those aged 65 and up." Trading volume at both the CME Group and the Cboe has been steady, but not spectacular. This is likely due to the traditional financial community not "buying" into what Cryptocurrencies are. What I find interesting is how innovative the cash, not futures exchanges are. They "pair" one cryptocurrency against another to increase transaction volume. Volume however is proving an issue for those exchanges as they often go down at peak times. They are in a learning curve whereby they have to add servers and bandwidth to handle the amount of traders that come to their site. In addition, social media is what I find drives prices. Investors are often very young, with little trading experience. They offer advise to buy $50 to $200 worth of the currencies and are deemed "experts" as the markets go up. Some cash exchanged do allow for short selling on margin. I am studying up on how this works and will report my findings as I learn more.

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By Mark DeCambre , MarketWatch
JPMorgan Chase boss tells Fox Business Network he regrets calling the cryptocurrency a 'fraud'
Jamie Dimon appears to have one major resolution to kick off 2018: refrain from bashing bitcoin.
The JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM) boss on Tuesday told Fox Business Network's Maria Bartiromo that "bitcoin is real", a rare admission for one of the growing assets staunchest detractors.
The well-respected bank boss goes one step further, saying that he harbors "regret" about classifying the nascent digital currency a "fraud." Bitcoin has skyrocketed in value over the past several months, rising more than 1,300% in 2017 alone, and hitting a top near $20,000 last December, before falling back in recent trade, according to research and data site CoinDesk.com (CoinDesk - Leader in blockchain news.).
By comparison, the Dow Jones Industrial Average , the S&P 500 index and the Nasdaq Composite Index , scored returns between 20% to 30% in 2017--an otherwise stellar return when not compared with bitcoin.
For blockchain enthusiasts--that is, those who support the distributed-ledger technology that underpins digital currencies, Dimon has been one of the most ardent critics of the hype and bluster surrounding its elevation in to the mainstream.
Back in September, during a banking conference, Dimon not only called bitcoin "a fraud (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/dimon-calls-bitcoin-a-fraud-and-may-have-delivered-the-biggest-blow-to-the-digital-currency-2017-09-12)", he said "bitcoin will eventually blow up" He said "it's worse than tulip bulbs (‘Tulip Fever’ may be one of this year’s biggest movie flops but does it get the Tulip mania economic bubble right? - MarketWatch) and won't end well," Dimon said.
To be sure, it isn't the first time that Dimon has taken his shots at bitcoin, which was created in 2009 by an individual or group going by the name Satoshi Nakamoto . Back as early as 2013, he described the cryptographic currency as a "terrible store of value."
However, Dimon's remarks, albeit justified given fears about the bubblicious nature of bitcoin and its brethren, haven't truly dented enthusiasm for cryptos, even if bitcoin has taken a pause since last month's record. To boot, there are a host of other cryptocurrencies, including Ripple Labs's $XRP coins (Ripple coins soar to record above $3—stalks bitcoin for crypto dominance - MarketWatch), Ethereum's Ether coins (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/bit...000-2018-01-08) and thousands more that are threatening to hit a combined $1 trillion in value, according to CoinMarketCap.com (Cryptocurrency Market Capitalizations | CoinMarketCap).
That is nothing to sneeze at, even for Dimon.
Check out: Wall Street executives who have expressed (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/fra...-10-05)concern about digital assets (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/fra...eos-2017-10-05).
Check out an animated version of the attached chart:
Bitcoin has garnered wider acceptance among average folks and on Wall Street , with the CME Group Inc. (CME) and Cboe Global Markets Inc. (CBOE) each launching bitcoin futures contracts last month.
Bitcoin futures for January on CME were off 1% at $14,755 , while those on the Cboe were down 0.5% in recent trade late Tuesday.
Maybe, Dimon's somewhat softened stance on buzzy digital commodity relates to his daughter, who he confesses has been a buyer (https://nypost.com/2017/10/14/bitcoi...-you-to-think/).
Read:It took about 24 hours for Jamie Dimon to break a bitcoin vow (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/it-...ise-2017-10-13)
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Interesting read regarding the huge price drops in crypto the past 24 hours



The cause of today's chaos is likely large hedge funds using expiring BTC futures contracts as safety nets to exploit the only sure-thing in this market: a large amount of new/overextended investors who are easily moved to panic sell during a flash-crash.

On December 10, BTC futures trading went live. The first set of those contracts is set to expire tomorrow, January 17.

For those who don't know, futures contracts are agreements to buy/sell an asset (like BTC) at a specified future date and price. As the price of BTC was ~$15,000 on Dec. 10 , the first BTC futures contracts, which expire tomorrow, were fixed at about that same price. In a simplified form, this means that tomorrow:


•the "short" side of those contracts must give the "long" side a BTC (which, if they don't already have, could simply be bought at tomorrow's market price); and

•the "long" side of those contracts must pay the "short" side $15,000 in return.


Now imagine you are a large hedge fund evaluating these contracts, and the crypto market as a whole, on Dec. 10. Obviously, making a large bet on either the "long" or "short" side is extremely risky, since the price of BTC when the contracts expire (January 17) could very easily be $50,000 or $500. This makes large bets on either side a bad option for a large institutional investor like yourself.

However, you also know that crypto is still an emerging market with a large amount of new investors and "dumb money." And because you are a large hedge fund, futures contracts opens the door to a third option: use large bets on both sides to manufacture market chaos and make money on the ripple effects with little to no risk. Here is how:


•Bet big on the "short" side of the futures contracts on Dec. 10. Let's say you do this for 10,000 BTCs. This means that on January 17 you will owe 10,000 BTCs to the "long" side of those contracts, receiving $15k per ($150,000,000) in return.


•Buy an equally large amount of BTC on Dec. 10 at the market price ($15k/BTC). This cancels out your risk/reward for the futures contracts, making you essentially immune to changes in BTC's price while you hold both the contracts and BTCs. This also allows you to accumulate and hold an extremely large portion of the BTC market while taking little if any risk .


•Shortly before your futures contracts expire, dump all of your 10,000 BTC on the market at once. Like clockwork, this will trigger stop-losses and panic sells from the consumer BTC market, virtually guaranteeing that the BTC price will continue to dip well below whatever price you just sold those 10,000 BTC for.


•Ride that dip you just created to buy back the 10,000 BTC for much less than the price you just sold them for. This is particularly easy, since the funds you need are already liquid and ready to get back in the market.


•Use the re-purchased 10,000 BTC for the expiring futures contracts, which get swapped for your initial investment ($15k/BTC). The difference in the price that you sold the 10,000 BTCs to start the dip from the price that you bought the BTCs back during the dip becomes your net profit.


For funds with access to enough capital to move the crypto market, this play should be easy money. It would also explain the series of huge dips (seemingly out of nowhere) that we are dealing with today.

If I'm right about the cause (and I'm fairly confident that I am), the good news is that today's dips are likely temporary and not signs of a more serious issue with cryptocurrencies as a whole. The bad news is that I don't know how this can be stopped as long as the prospect of capitalizing off of market fear remains a huge carrot for the sharks in this market.
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Old 01-17-2018, 07:30 AM
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5 key reasons bitcoin, other cryptocurrencies have lost a stunning $370 billion in 10 days

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The No. 1 digital currency and its cohort continued to unravel Wednesday, extending a downturn that has seen the entire sector cough up a whopping $370 billion since Jan. 7, or more than 40% of their total value.

For its part, bitcoin has shed almost half its value since a single bitcoin traded at an all-time high just below $20,000 in late December.

What’s dragging down a sector that had enjoyed stratospheric gains (bitcoin alone is up about 1,100% since last January) even compared against the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) the S&P 500 index (SPX) and the Nasdaq Composite Index (COMP) which boasts returns between 22% and 30% over the past 12 months?

Here’s a quick rundown of the factors contributing to the carnage:

1. South Korea

Seoul has said that the government intends to crack down on the trading of cryptoassets. Officials have also floated the idea of taxes on crypto trading and other measures to tighten its grip on market considered by some as supporting money laundering and dangerous speculative investing. By some measures, South Korea represents about a fifth of the virtual-trade volume.

2. Russia
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday that more oversight of cryptocurrencies may be needed “This is the prerogative of the Central Bank at present and the Central Bank has sufficient authority so far. However, in broad terms, legislative regulation will be definitely required in future,” he said, according to Russian news agency TASS.

3. China
Beijing, which already has taken a hard line against the bitcoin community, which uses computing power to support the network and create new bitcoin through mining, has said it also is exploring further regulations or restrictions around digital-asset trading.

4. Bitconnect $BCC
The cyber currency known as Bitconnect, which has long drawn a critical eye from cryptocurrency investors because of its use of loans and the manner in which it solicits new investors, shut down. Bitconnect also promised a return of a quarter of a percentage point daily. Its currency, the Bitconnect coin, plunged by 94% after the announcement:

5 key reasons bitcoin, other cryptocurrencies have lost a stunning $370 billion in 10 days

5. Bitcoin futures
Futures for bitcoin on exchange platforms are set to expire this month. January bitcoin futures (XBTF8) on Cboe Global Markets Inc. (CBOE) were set to expire on Wednesday, down 42% over the past 30 days at $10,447, while those trading for the same month (BTCF8) on the CME Group Inc. (CME) are due to expire on Jan. 26. Those futures also are down about 42% at $10,455. Expiring futures contracts, in theory, can add to volatility.
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Nobel laureate says bitcoin is likely headed for a total collapse

Bitcoin will likely "totally collapse," Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Shiller has told CNBC, adding that it reminds him of "tulip mania" centuries ago in the Netherlands.

The Yale University professor said there are "bubbles everywhere," not just in bitcoin, and added that he "doesn't know what to make of bitcoin ultimately."

"It has no value at all unless there is some common consensus that it has value. Other things like gold would at least have some value if people didn't see it as an investment," Shiller told CNBC in an interview ahead of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, where he will be speaking next week.

"It reminds me of the Tulip mania in Holland in the 1640s, and so the question is did that collapse? We still pay for tulips even now and sometimes they get expensive. (Bitcoin) might totally collapse and be forgotten and I think that's a good likely outcome but it could linger on for a good long time, it could be here in 100 years."

The tulip craze in the Netherlands in the 17th century saw the price of the flower skyrocket. This resulted in a crash of that market in 1637. Some economists, such as Paul Donovan at UBS' wealth management division, have likened the developments in bitcoin to the tulip bubble.

Shiller, who won the Nobel Prize for Economics in 2013 for his work on asset prices and inefficient markets, made the comments before bitcoin and other digital coins saw a huge sell-off earlier this week.

The economist is not the first to pour cold water on bitcoin, which saw it's price rise over 1,000 percent in the last 12 months, according to CoinDesk, which tracks prices from cryptocurrency exchanges including Bitstamp, Coinbase, itBit and Bitfinex.

J.P. MorganJPM CEO Jamie Dimon has called bitcoin a "fraud", while Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett told CNBC the cryptocurrency will "come to a bad ending."
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Nov 9, 2016: Nobel laureate Paul Krugman "The stock market will never recover from the irresponsible, ignorant man now President.

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Nov 9, 2016: Nobel laureate Paul Krugman "The stock market will never recover from the irresponsible, ignorant man now President.

gets caught sneaking a bomb through Security.

Consider the source.
I only post what I read...source or not Kid...if I considered the sources on all the crap that I post, I'd never post a damn thing. Which I guess in some cases a lot of posters would suit them just fine.

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I only meant that their Nobel laureate was wrong and CNBC was just caught "testing" a bomb through the TSA. They screw up most everything.
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I only meant that their Nobel laureate was wrong and CNBC was just caught "testing" a bomb through the TSA. They screw up most everything.
I knew that. I was letting you know that I heard ya loud and clear. I meant no harm/disrespect in my post my friend.

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