Discussion in 'General' started by MLyons, 6 Dec 2017.
accidental double post
As I already own the hardware and it's just left over stuff anyway I do. It also helps heat my shed so it's a win win.
I've stopped for now: while return for the 1080ti is still higher than electricity cost, I'd rather not be dumping an extra couple hundred watts into the room. It's hot enough already!
0xbitcoin is now currently $4.16
I'm still umming and arring over selling my 575 Ripple in favour of a fancy monitor to replace my 60Hz IPS... well, to at least partially cover said cost.
Might as well wait until new year. Post-christmas sales, and hopefully another December price surge.
I splurged and already bought it with the cash in my PP. Ripple is safe, for now. XD
Goddamn, I'll listen to you on what to mine next time...
Looks like everything is falling at the moment.
Yep, the red sea ran very deep today.
I’ve a feeling it’s not done yet...
No I agree. I think this could be a big bubble pop. I think a lot of coins could cease to be as a result of all this. I’d liquidate to ETH but it’s lost a lower percentage than my others and I’d only end up paying fees to the exchange.
Just the usual FUD whenever there is negative news coverage even for an exchange that's relatively unheard of.
Yeah, seems the way...
Missed out on $300+ if I’d sold... damn.
Actually did some successful bear market trading last night. Nothing too risky, but made a quick an easy £42 just working the £10-15 swings with small portions of ETH.
Anyone recommend any good trading platforms without crazy fee's?
I use Binance (or google it yourself) personally. If you hold some BNB, it'll take your fees in BNB for a 50% discount. Now that does mean you need to put in £50 or £100 or so of BNB to start with but as a coin that isn't a bad investment either; when it goes up, you effectively get some trades for free. They seem to be well regarded though, and I find using it easy enough.
GDAX is zero fee's on limit/stop orders. Even the fee's on market buys are low - I think it cost me €0.69 to buy .5 ETH (€215 purchase)!
GDAX has gone away now, in favour of something called Coinbase Pro.
Same thing, different label and UI. They even share the same orderbook.
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