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BTCC Brings Chinese Trading to a Close - US Government Claimed $48M From Sale of BTC Seized from Silk Road - Trial Starts in Greece for BTC-e Fallguy - US Watchdog Investigating Coinbase for Margin Trading

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ELI5: What's the deal with 'Margin Trading' and how did it cause BTC-E and Bitfinex to suffer a price crash?

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Lending: what do you think they do with BTC

What do you think they do with the BTC, apart margin trading?
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Is It a bug in margin poloniex ?

Hello, i'm new member and need help. I have 0.12 btc in margin trading. Then i bought xrp, but don't have any position added and don't have any xrp coins in my balance.

I contact support poloniex, and they reply :
" Your case was escalated to me and I will be happy to help explain. There are currently open loans on your account for your previous position as you did not close the position properly. By selling out of, or buying into a position to close it, as opposed to hitting the close button, you have effectively opened new loans for the borrowed funds used to buy into/sell out of your position. As these loans are active your position is still technically open, as you have not paid all fees related to your position.
This situation can be remedied by using the close button to properly close your position. As you do not hold any funds for your position, only loans attached to the trades you have made, you will need to buy/sell the same currency you once held in the position so you can access the "close" button once again. Please be aware that Poloniex is in no way giving you trade advice, only explaining the correct process of closing a position and the error of buying into/selling out of a position over using the close button. "

Does anyone have a similar problem? Becasuse I think it's bug of system.
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is holding 1 BTC through Margin Trading is good idea?

is holding 1 BTC through Margin Trading is good idea?
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Basic question on Margin trading

Hello, Quick question regarding margin trading on a bitcoin exchange (polo or Bitfinex or any other offering Margin trading).
Scenario :
for the sake of this example, we will assume 1 btc = 1000.00 USD. and I will be trading on a USDBTC trading pair
I deposit 1 btc in my margin account, and want to GO LONG @5x for 5000.00 USD. I get a loan of 5 BTC from lenders of that exchange to fill my position.
The question is :
If I have BTC in my account, and lender provide BTC for margin trading, how does the exchange execute a BUY order when I open my position if I do not have USD ?
I assume there is some sort of USD/BTC conversion when opening my position and buying btc ?
I would really appreciate a technical answer.
PS : Please please please, do not just paste a link to a FAQ or refer me to the exchange calculator, I have checked before asking here and I need a technical reply, some sort of mathematical equation.
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Why are losses so high when margin trading in bitcoin pairs???

My God, it has no justification... it seems minimum loss is .01 BTC when margin trading in BTC, it soesn't matter if you were staking .0001 BTC and the market moved gainst you by 1% (!).
I lost more than half my bitcoin thanks to this feature!!! Why is that??? What's the justification for it??? Can someone help me?! I opened a ticket to at least get an explanation, but they haven't answered yet.
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Thoughts on ETH & BTC price movements, 5.4.17 - "Before the Ice Age"

Yesterday I remembered one of the last year's most prominent bubbles in the crypto space, which was probably my first big hit in trading. I am talking about the XMR bubble when the price reached something like 15$ on its ATH. Looking at it now, this price tag looks tame, only a few months later. The funny part is that XMR is not one of the top performers right now, and it's still comfortably over 25$.
Right now I think crypto is in a big, logarithmic move and the speculation on BTC & ETH has "worked out". Participating in the ETH move since the beginning of 2017 has been profitable for almost all of us.
I think this move is not over yet and I since I have underestimated the ETH price action, I thought about the failure of (conventional) TA in such situations. Basically, every growth pattern in financial markets constitutes bubbles: It overshoots, corrects down, rinse repeat. This can be illustrated by looking at cup & handle patterns over long timeframes. Traditional TA/indicators can only account for active market movements where a big part of buyers and sellers are actually participating. In natural growth, the "buy & forget" crowd joins and invests in a long-term perspective, so they do not sell, whatever the price may be, in fact, they are not even aware of price movements at all until they check one year later (In case you wondered, yes, those are the people who have not withdrawn their DAO & DAO-C!). Of course TA still has its validity, but only as soon as all the new money has settled, i.e., as soon as the ATH is set in stone and there are a lot of people who bought too high, such as Bitcoiners who bought close to 1000$ in 2013. People slowly become aware that they should have sold at the top and add sell pressure (BTC: 2014).
Right now, I don't want to look at the ETH price charts, but would point to this: https://etherscan.io/chart/blocktime. I think this gives the incredible scale of the amplitude of the parabolic ETH rise. The more people are aware of the supply limit (because block times increase in Ice Age), the more money they throw in. In addition to this, development is progressing well and the network adopts more and more users: https://etherscan.io/chart/address. To have an estimate of something like a top, I think we should see at least a flattening in the slope of this exponential curve to determine a slow-down of the bullish trend. In terms of chart patterns, I think we are currently in the left part of a cup-and-handle formation which is similar to the BTC rise from 2013. So, of course, after the astronomical rise, there is always a bearish period, leading to a bottom of the cup (for Bitcoin, this happened in 2014-2015) until the next wave of new money joins, forming the handle leading to the next big move. What would cause this decline in ETH, forming the bottom of the cup? In my view, the bigger a technology becomes, the more political its issues become and the more inert the actual development process becomes. We can already see that ETH issuance and mining rewards are starting to become an issue (http://np.reddit.com/ethereum/comments/691hes/i_have_a_dream_that_the_ethereum_community_will/) and will become more complicated with time, as more parties with incompatible motivations join the party.
Not only this, but I think many are not aware that there is indeed latent sell pressure, which ironically lies in the biggest success of ETH as a smart contract platform - ICO funding! Every funded project team needs to continuously spend their ETH to pay for their development. I speculate that we might see all these things receiving attention in the market after the buy pressure is defused - the Metropolis hard fork that delays the Ice Age.
Looking at the BTC price movement, we can see a successful cup & handle breakout this year. Despite all the drama, BTC is doing just fine and has broken its ATH again and there is a lot less hype this time in BitcoinMarkets. Breaking an ATH was accompanied by negative news on a killswitch in the Bitmain ASIC hardware and sentiment was actuall pretty low with a lot of profit taken. Usually, if a price increase is hated or not acknowledged, it can go a lot higher, especially if an ATH is broken. TA is more useful here, but halving the supply increase is a disruptive event which is still not priced in by the market, so I expect to see BTC in overbought regions for a while. With an inflation of less than 5% and decreasing (with the next halving), the freshly minted supply is absorbed instantly. By whom? People outside who "buy & forget" and also people who trade crypto. Regarding the second group, all the volume is in BTC pairs, so it doesn't make any sense to go back to fiat. BTC volatility is decreasing while having an insane bullish bias compared to assets outside of the crypto space. As long as ETH pair volumes do not increase, people will use BTC for margin trading because it is more stable and more liquid. I think it is reasonable to keep BTC for now despite the negative publicity. And afterwards, we all know what happens just before the next halving.
I would appreciate your feedback on these thoughts. I did not include any charts this time because I am not watching a lot of charts at the moment, but working on some new types of indicators right now, outside of conventional TA.
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Question about bitfinex: Why are losses so high when margin trading in bitcoin pairs???

My God, it has no justification... it seems minimum loss is .01 BTC when margin trading in BTC, it doesn't matter if you were staking .0001 BTC and the market moved against you by 1% (!).
I lost more than half my bitcoin thanks to this feature!!! Why is that??? What's the justification for it??? Can someone help me?! I opened a ticket to at least get an explanation, but they haven't answered yet. If you trade in USD pairs, losses are proportional and reasonable. I didn't find out about this until it was too late. :S
Edit: Here's a screenshot to show you: https://imgur.com/a/WIgwL
No, Look at the STOP P/L field: .01 BTC. How much is that? .01 is 5595%. the price of the position. It's 55.95 times the price of the two initial OMG!!!
And how much has the market moved against you in that example: .02%. That's correct as the calculator indicates, but what's charged for exiting even at this small disadvatange is a minimum of .01 bitcoin. It's exorbitant. My trades were very small... obviously because I didn't want to risk a lot of money. And if you ask why hadn't I used the caculator, it's because I hadn¿'t found the feature in the app.
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Basic question on Margin trading

Hello, Quick question regarding margin trading on a bitcoin exchange (polo or Bitfinex or any other offering Margin trading).
Scenario :
for the sake of this example, we will assume 1 btc = 1000.00 USD. and I will be trading on a USDBTC trading pair
I deposit 1 btc in my margin account, and want to GO LONG @5x for 5000.00 USD. I get a loan of 5 BTC from lenders of that exchange to fill my position.
The question is :
If I have BTC in my account, and lender provide BTC for margin trading, how does the exchange execute a BUY order when I open my position if I do not have USD ?
I assume there is some sort of USD/BTC conversion when opening my position and buying btc ?
I would really appreciate a technical answer.
PS : Please please please, do not just paste a link to a FAQ or refer me to the exchange calculator, I have checked before asking here and I need a technical reply, some sort of mathematical equation.
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BTC-e Launches new margin trading exchange

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Basic question on Margin trading

Hello, Quick question regarding margin trading on a bitcoin exchange (polo or Bitfinex or any other offering Margin trading).
Scenario :
for the sake of this example, we will assume 1 btc = 1000.00 USD. and I will be trading on a USDBTC trading pair
I deposit 1 btc in my margin account, and want to GO LONG @5x for 5000.00 USD. I get a loan of 5 BTC from lenders of that exchange to fill my position.
The question is :
If I have BTC in my account, and lender provide BTC for margin trading, how does the exchange execute a BUY order when I open my position if I do not have USD ?
I assume there is some sort of USD/BTC conversion when opening my position and buying btc ?
I would really appreciate a technical answer.
PS : Please please please, do not just paste a link to a FAQ or refer me to the exchange calculator, I have checked before asking here and I need a technical reply, some sort of mathematical equation.
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BTC-e “flash-crash” & Bitcoin Margin Trading

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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Basic question on Margin trading

The following post by balaos14 is being replicated because the post has been silently removed.
The original post can be found(in censored form) at this link:
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The original post's content was as follows:
Hello, Quick question regarding margin trading on a bitcoin exchange (polo or Bitfinex or any other offering Margin trading).
Scenario :
for the sake of this example, we will assume 1 btc = 1000.00 USD. and I will be trading on a USDBTC trading pair
I deposit 1 btc in my margin account, and want to GO LONG @5x for 5000.00 USD. I get a loan of 5 BTC from lenders of that exchange to fill my position.
The question is :
If I have BTC in my account, and lender provide BTC for margin trading, how does the exchange execute a BUY order when I open my position if I do not have USD ?
I assume there is some sort of USD/BTC conversion when opening my position and buying btc ?
I would really appreciate a technical answer.
PS : Please please please, do not just paste a link to a FAQ or refer me to the exchange calculator, I have checked before asking here and I need a technical reply, some sort of mathematical equation.
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12-11 18:22 - 'Basic question on Margin trading' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/balaos14 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 2-12min

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Hello, Quick question regarding margin trading on a bitcoin exchange (polo or Bitfinex or any other offering Margin trading).
Scenario :
for the sake of this example, we will assume 1 btc = 1000.00 USD. and I will be trading on a USDBTC trading pair
I deposit 1 btc in my margin account, and want to GO LONG @5x for 5000.00 USD. I get a loan of 5 BTC from lenders of that exchange to fill my position.
The question is :
If I have BTC in my account, and lender provide BTC for margin trading, how does the exchange execute a BUY order when I open my position if I do not have USD ?
I assume there is some sort of USD/BTC conversion when opening my position and buying btc ?
I would really appreciate a technical answer.
PS : Please please please, do not just paste a link to a FAQ or refer me to the exchange calculator, I have checked before asking here and I need a technical reply, some sort of mathematical equation.
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Basic question on Margin trading
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Bitcoin Traders

https://btc.sx/ Margin Trading,flexible Order , and Short-Selling -fulfillment options: Btc.sx is the first and an only trading platform to bring these features to Bitcoin traders.
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06-22 23:02 - 'curent loss of 6.3 %(1800 USD ) at margin trading set up in a declining order from 2755 to 2665. USD' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/ididw0t1 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-6min

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Im paying a heavy fee at kraken per trade per hour !
i have .1btc on sell future margin set up diminisgnly from 2275 to about 2250 btc!there are a total of 10 transactions comng down , and that makes the 1 btc iv margin traded . But the spread is large.
Currently im aat at loss on my paper value ,after readlt reported sifnifitcanly less because damn ETH drop.( was hoping to hedge against the btc /against Alts .) probably need to be quicker than that now
Dont tell me tou didnt do it , its kinda sad your ehtereums taking down cpl of btc in overcview spends.
So ! Questions for the community . First post ,+ upwards of 10% of savings is in Btc ( was probably 8 % when i was lookn to uy btc in XXXXX ! ) its a moderate amonut , but more than what other succesufll people of this sub have amassd .
Got into btc , in spirit and tech ( no money , music, college student ) shifting countries and now eco honors under my belt , i content curate - writngs local blogss about BTc and Blockchain .
So back to the question .
Im okay to lose 10% on margin trades . iv got about 4 btc on leverage . Im okay paying 6 cents per hour per trade to kRaken .
Do you think i should close :
1 ) now - and take whatever loss iv made ( doesnt matter --made almost 74346000 in my native currencyxbtc )
2 ) play it by the ear ? wait , practice yoga and hope it breaches 2800 mark?
3 ) Just take soem alprax and crash without hopinh about making crypto fr the past 3 years ! is it really bear trap till peak and crash like the dotcombust ? and if so , who will be the amazons and googles ?
What do you suggest Hodl the Door ( Hodl ) . or Let Arya have it and Close the Door ? ( warg a raven ) ( read as being blind and leave the speculation n come back when btc is 560k ?
Iv madde .1% btc return on by investmenr since october, iv got some money in btc already . But i wanna invest in btc for the Satoshi's vision . not the Ico boo . the tech and the ultimate utopia , how ever .
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curent loss of 6.3 %(1800 USD ) at margin trading set up in a declining order from 2755 to 2665. USD
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curent loss of 6.3 %(1800 USD ) at margin trading set up in a declining order from 2755 to 2665. USD

Im paying a heavy fee at kraken per trade per hour !
i have .1btc on sell future margin set up diminisgnly from 2275 to about 2250 btc!there are a total of 10 transactions comng down , and that makes the 1 btc iv margin traded . But the spread is large.
Currently im aat at loss on my paper value ,after readlt reported sifnifitcanly less because damn ETH drop.( was hoping to hedge against the btc /against Alts .) probably need to be quicker than that now
Dont tell me tou didnt do it , its kinda sad your ehtereums taking down cpl of btc in overcview spends.
So ! Questions for the community . First post ,+ upwards of 10% of savings is in Btc ( was probably 8 % when i was lookn to uy btc in XXXXX ! ) its a moderate amonut , but more than what other succesufll people of this sub have amassd .
Got into btc , in spirit and tech ( no money , music, college student ) shifting countries and now eco honors under my belt , i content curate - writngs local blogss about BTc and Blockchain .
So back to the question .
Im okay to lose 10% on margin trades . iv got about 4 btc on leverage . Im okay paying 6 cents per hour per trade to kRaken .
Do you think i should close :
1 ) now - and take whatever loss iv made ( doesnt matter --made almost 74346000 in my native currencyxbtc )
2 ) play it by the ear ? wait , practice yoga and hope it breaches 2800 mark?
3 ) Just take soem alprax and crash without hopinh about making crypto fr the past 3 years ! is it really bear trap till peak and crash like the dotcombust ? and if so , who will be the amazons and googles ?
What do you suggest Hodl the Door ( Hodl ) . or Let Arya have it and Close the Door ? ( warg a raven ) ( read as being blind and leave the speculation n come back when btc is 560k ?
Iv madde .1% btc return on by investmenr since october, iv got some money in btc already . But i wanna invest in btc for the Satoshi's vision . not the Ico boo . the tech and the ultimate utopia , how ever .
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Yield farming thread

What is yield farming? Most broadly, it means getting some benefit for providing capital, usually in the form of tokens. Currently, there are three major different schemes:
  1. Staked funds aren't utilized in any way and tokens are distributed proportionally to what's staked (may be dai, weth, ycrv, or other tokens). Token price risk: zero. Token accrues, but even if it falls to zero you lose nothing. Smart contract/protocol risk: depends on the staking contract, usually low to zero. Contracts are usually simple modification of the first contract used by yearn (taken from synthetix), making analysis easy by only looking for differences. APR: may start high, but usually collapses fast to relatively low values as funds pour in.
  2. Providing liquidity in trading pools. Tokens are gained in return for providing liquidity for requested tokens on uniswap, balancer, curve, mooniswap. Token price risk: medium to high, depends on pool weights. See these two articles for details on how liquidity providing works: Uniswap - pool weight is always 50%/50% Balancer - arbitrary pool weights, down to 2% for one token. Can be multitoken, not just two. Smart contract security risk: medium to high. In addition to checking the (usually simple) staking contract, requires security analysis of the token contract. If it's possible to mint a very large amount of token, or someone has a hidden enormous stash, the attacker could clean the pool by dumping them at once. I'm aware of one scam called "YYFI" that did this - you can see the attacker successively getting DAI from the balancer pool. Fortunately for the victims, he wasn't very competent and did everything manually, giving time for people to withdraw. A more competent attacker would automate the pool cleaning process in a smart contract. APR: usually very high - upper three digits or four. It's rarely realized APR because it's calculated assuming that token price stays constant. If you think the token being distributed is undervalued definitely the best option to farm.
  3. Depositing and borrowing funds for defi. Currently utilized by compound and cream (a compound clone). Users get rewarded with tokens for lending and borrowing tokens. Token price risk: zero. Security risk: the most complex to analyze option of all, although Compound itself is definitely the safest defi dapp on ethereum.
Warning: gas fees are high. $10k is probably the minimum amount that makes sense for active manual farming, which still only makes sense for a more long-term farms like COMP or CRV, at the cost of not maximizing APR. I have spent over $3k in gas during the last two months by farming very actively. Below $100k, or if you don't want to spend a lot of time on this, it's probably best to deposit your funds into one of yearn vaults that yield farms for users. https://yearn.finance/vaults
A partial list of current yield farms (feel free to comment with more farms! I can edit and add them to this list):
  • COMP farming, the oldest one (I think?). Relatively low returns (58% on DAI), safe, no price risk. Efficient way to farm is to supply and borrow the same asset (can be done via instadapp) up to maximum leverage possible (with some margin for interest payments).
  • BAL farming, provide liquidity to BAL pools. Safe smart contracts (just don't deposit deflationary tokens). Price risk and APR depends on the pair. https://balancer.exchange/
    See returns for both balancer and compound at https://www.predictions.exchange/
  • YFV finance, one of the many clones of YFI. The seed pool is safe IF you withdraw before the staking period ends (see the security part). Current APR on stablecoins: 121%
  • CRV farming, providing liquidity to curve pools. Mostly safe - curve smart contracts tself are safe, but keep in mind if one of tokens in the pool collapses (renBTC is probably the riskiest) other tokens are going to get drained. You can see the current APR on https://dao.curve.fi/mintegauges. As of now, the highest APR is for compound pool - 105.27%. It's varying and there's complicated game with CRV voting that impacts it.
  • CREAM farming. CREAM is a clone of compound. It's definitely less safe than Compound. Initially, it launched with a direct control by one normal address, but recently they moved to a 5-of-9 multisig.
  • YFII, another YFI clone. Current APR 95%. https://yfii.finance/#/staking
  • Mstable, liquidity providing with stablecoins. APR about 50% (MTA + BAL). https://defirate.com/mta-yield-farming/
  • Zombie, meme token. Current APR is abysmal (33.5%) but token may unexpectedly pump, increasing it. There's a smart contract bug that, as long as rewardDistribution and owner aren't set to zero, potentially allows rewardDistribution to lock all staked funds (not steal). Makes zero sense as of today.
Analyzing security.
Yield farms come and go. The key to earning high returns is to be agile and to jump fast into new farms, which requires manual analysis of security. Of course it's possible to yolo in without any analysis, but I don't recommend it. I'm going to show an example on two recent farming contracts (of the first type - funds just sit in contracts).
Original yearn staking contract. GRAP staking contract. Let's load two codes into a text diff tool, like this site. What interests us on the code level are changes relating to the withdrawal capability, which in the original code are limited to the withdraw() function. We can see that the only substantial change is the addition of the checkStart modifier which prevents both deposits and withdrawals if it's too early. As startime is set directly in source code and can't be modified anywhere, that change is safe - if it doesn't throw on deposit it's not going to throw on withdraw.
The next step is switch to the 'read contract' tab on etherscan and look at two variables: owner and rewardDistribution. In Grap's case, they lead to a timelock contract that requires all changes to wait for at least 24.5 hours - which makes any fund lockup extremely unlikely. At worst, we only have to look at the rewardDistribution contract once a day to see if there's any pending change.
GRAP farming is now finished with no security incidents.
Second example: YFV. This one is still active. Contract link. After comparing them we can see that changes are much more extensive. The withdrawal function also has the checkStart modifier, but that part is fine (ctrl-f to check if starttime can be modified somewhere else - it can't). What's the problem is the checkNextEpoch modifier. There's a lot of things there and three external contract calls (mint calls). If anything in there throws, withdrawal would become impossible. Dangerous. However, that only happens after the staking period ends, so withdrawing before block.timestamp >= periodFinish is relatively safe.
Another check is to look at the owner and rewardDistribution variables. Owner is set to zero, but where's rewardDistribution? Unfortunately, contrary to GRAP, it's private. It's possible to read it with the getStorageAt web3 api (although finding the index is more work - it's 3). However, the team has provided a link to the transaction in which they set rewardDistribution to 0 so it's fine.
In conclusion, as long as you don't hold the funds after the locking period ended there's no security risk here. The current period ends on Tue Sep 1 14:02:29 2020, UTC.
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Why The Looming BTC Break Out Could Implode CME's Bitcoin Futures

Over the next 48 hours, or any weekend that proceeds are break out, Bitcoin has a real chance to break the CME futures. If we can finally break $10k, large follow through is likely. Wall Street is closed on weekends. Circuit breakers kick in at 7, 13 & 20%. We've regularly seen >20% hourly moves over the years, Bitcoin has two days to do it's thing! Yes it gets harder to break the CME futures as prices rises, but it's doable at these levels. The margin requirements on for trading BTC on CME also mean that most traders would be underwater or even have their whole accounts margin called as a result of futures price not being able close the spread to spot price. I think this is far more likely than people realise & I haven't heard anyone talking about it. Don't forget, it is 2020...tick tock... ⏳🔌⚠️
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A sharp increase in interest in cryptocurrency

A sharp increase in interest in cryptocurrency
Hello. 👋🏻 In this post, we will tell you about interest in cryptocurrency today.
🔸 Experts noted that in May there were two days when the number of tweets about bitcoin exceeded the level of 50,000. The last time the same indicators were recorded in July 2018.
🔸 The analytics team also recorded an absolute record for tweets about BTC coming from unique Twitter accounts. At the same time, the correlation between the 30-day average volume of tweets and the market capitalization of bitcoin at the end of spring was r = 0.86, which indicates the presence of a bullish trend.
🔸 Meanwhile, the first cryptocurrency has grown again. After the bitcoin price was around $ 9,000 for some time, its price has grown to ~$11,090 recently.
🔸 Also, today the industry of PoS mining is rapidly developing. Some cryptocurrency exchanges already support the direction of PoS mining. One of such sites is the cryptocurrency exchange Posbit.io.
✅ PosBit is the first exchange specialized in trading POS tokens. PosBit makes it possible to quickly buy or sell tokens that are mined directly in the wallet, bringing passive income to the holder. And the margin trading option is scheduled to be added in the last quarter of 2020 - early 2021!

📢 PosBit is what you have been waiting for! Join now!
📢 Register here: https://posbit.io
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CAP Finance (Collateralized Asset Protocol) DeFi

I think I made a post about CAP a month or so ago but there's been some updates since then!
https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/cap
https://twitter.com/CapDotFinance
So here's the basic rundown:
CAP is planning on being a decentralized protocol that allows users to trade any market with stablecoins. This includes any asset with a price feed (stocks, precious metals, etc), leverage/margin trading with crypto (e.g. BTC/DAI) as well as synthetic stocks (think sTSLA), and regular trading (think AAPL/DAI). All this will happen from a Web3 wallet with no KYC.
Holding Cap (the token) will allow you to stake and earn trading fees from the pool once the main product is launched in Q4.
Circulating supply is 100,000 Cap at the moment. Inflation will occur but only at a rate of 100 new Cap minted per week after launch. A portion of which will go to stakers. Read the new tokenomic update for more details https://blog.cap.finance/2020/07/26/new-cap-economics.html
Beta just started today and the developer is handing out entry codes on a first come first serve basis. (It's actually quite funny since everyone is stalking the TG group for when the codes drop right now lol making for some good memes)
This has huge potential if it lives up to what's written in the whitepaper. Devs are anonymous at the moment based on the scope of the project (not fully decentralized yet so they're covering any legal bases). One dev is very responsive in Telegram and will answer any question in detail. Also was mentioned they have worked for one or more of the GAFA (Google, Amazon, Facebook, Apple) companies. This one is heavily DYOR. If you're not comfortable with anon devs/investing while still in Beta stage then please don't. Also, don't invest more than you can afford to lose!!!
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★ Margin Trading on Binance Tutorial

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