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You must read our rules before participating in Ripple
Helpful links and answers to common questions will be updated frequently so check back often
 
 
Ripple Subreddit Rules
https://www.reddit.com/Ripple/wiki/rules
 
Helpful Links
Ripple Insights - Top 9 Frequently Asked Questions About Ripple and XRP (Jan 18, 2018)
Ripple’s Ultimate Strategy; why XRP will increase in value
Removing inefficiency of international payments with XRP
Reasons to expect XRP to be the most popular bridge asset
"XRP is competitive now in the USD/MXN corridor"
Ripple's Decentralization Strategy Update
XRP Market Performance
List of Ripple Partnerships and RippleNet Implementations
 
People to Follow
Ripple on Twitter
Brad Garlinghouse, Chief Executive Officer at Ripple
Yoshitaka Kitao, executive chairman, CEO and president of SBI Holdings, Inc.
David Schwartz, Chief Cryptographer at Ripple | aka u/sjoelkatz
Stefan Thomas, Former CTO at Ripple, Co-creator of Interledger. Founder at Coil
Patrick Griffin, Senior Vice President of Business Development at Ripple
Miguel Vias, Head of XRP Markets at Ripple
Warren Paul Anderson, Product Manager, xRapid/XRP at Ripple
 
Hodor's XRP Blog
TplusZero - research & analysis on #XRP
 
Most Discussed Topics and Answers
● The Case Against BankCoin - Banks need an independent digital asset to enable truly efficient settlement
● Ripple Technology → Fast Payments → XRP → Fast Settlement
● Solving the chicken and egg problem - FI's bridging payments with XRP & companies saving money by holding XRP
● Banks hold XRP under a contractual agreement | Build liquidity to bridge payments to raise the demand for XRP
● How the global adoption of xRapid (XRP liquidity tool) would affect the value of XRP
● Besides instant cross-border payment settlement, XRP can capture other use cases, value that doesn't yet exist
● XRP Ledger has numerous technological advantages over blockchain systems that use proof of work
● Ripple is committed to making the XRP Ledger as decentralized as they possibly can
● Quantum-resistant signature schemes - Adding a new scheme is easy and fast
 
XRP Wallets
You need 20 XRP to activate a XRP wallet. Fees can be changed by the validators through the voting process.
The reserve requirement protects the XRP Ledger from spam or malicious usage.
 
When you are sending XRP to an exchange, destination tag is very important.
Destination tag is not needed when you transfer XRP to your own wallet address.
 
● XUMM by XRPL Labs | Developers
XUMM is a free app (iOS and Android) that makes sending, receiving and interacting with the XRP ledger easy & secure.
 
● Ledger Nano S | Tutorial | FAQ | Buy Online | Ripple Recovery Tool
Cryptocurrency Hardware Wallet
When you get your Ledger wallet, you must reset it and get a new set of 24 words seed before using it.
 
● The World Exchange | How to Create a Cold Wallet for Ripple
A free user-friendly and purely client-side wallet
 
● GateHub | Support | Network Statistics
GateHub XRP Web Wallet
 
Tools
Check XRP wallet balance - Bithomp | Graph | Transactions
Print raw information about an account, a transaction or a ledger - RPC Tool
 
Exchanges
The best way to support XRP is to buy/sell XRP directly with your local currency, not with USDT, ETH, LTC, or BTC.
Available XRP pairs - AUD, BRL, CAD, CNY, EUR, GBP, IDR, INR, JPY, KRW, MXN, PHP, RUB, THB, TRY, UAH, USD, ZAR.
You can find the complete list of XRP exchanges and supported XRP/fiat pairs Here.
 
USD - US Dollar
Kraken | Bitstamp | Bitfinex | CEX.IO | Gatehub |
Exrates | Exmo | Mr. Exchange | Bitsane | Sistemkoin | BitBay | Quoine
 
EUR - Euro
Kraken | Bitstamp | Gatehub | CEX.IO | LiteBit.eu | Anycoin Direct
The Rock Trading | Bitsane | BitBay | BitFlip | Bitlish | Quoine
 
KRW - South Korean Won
Bithumb | Upbit | Coinone | Korbit | GOPAX | Coinrail
 
JPY - Japanese Yen
Kraken | Bitbank | Quoine | Mr. Exchange
 
CNY - Chinese Yuan
RippleFox | Ripple China | Fatbtc
 
TRY - Turkish Lira
Vebitcoin | BTCTurk | Koineks | Sistemkoin | Ovis
 
INR - Indian Rupee
Zebpay | Koinex | Unocoin | Bitbns | BuyBitcoin | BuyUcoin
 
AUD - Australian Dollar
BTC Markets
 
THB - Thai Baht
BX Thailand
 
MXN - Mexican Peso
Bitso
 
IDR - Indonesian Rupiah
Indodax | Quoine
 
RUB - Russian Ruble
Exmo | BitFlip
 
ZAR - South African Rend
Altcoin Trader
 
CAD - Canadian Dollar
Kraken
 
UAH - Ukrainian Hryvnia
Kuna | BTC Trade UA | BitFlip
 
GBP - British Pound
Cryptomate
 
BRL - Brazilian Real
Braziliex
 
SGD - Singapore Dollar
Quoine
 
AED - United Arab Emirates Dirham
BitOasis
 
PHP - Philippine peso
CX | Exchange
 
USDT - Tether
Poloniex | Bittrex | Huobi | OKEx | CoinBene | Upbit | HitBTC |
ZB.com | Gate.io | Sistemkoin
 
ETH - Ethereum
Binance | Bittrex | Gatehub | OKEx | OTCBTC | Upbit | HitBTC |
Bitsane | Mr. Exchange | CoinFalcon
 
LTC - Litecoin
Bitsane | Mr. Exchange
 
BTC - Bitcoin
Kraken | Bitstamp | Bitfinex | CEX.IO | Gatehub | Binance | Poloniex | Bittrex |
HitBTC | OKEx | Upbit | Huobi | BTCTurk | BTC Markets | CoinEgg | Exmo |
ZB.com | OTCBTC | Coinrail | Bits Blockchain | Triple Dice Exchange | Indodax |
Exrates | Qryptos | Gate.io | Bitsane | Bitso | Ovis | BCEX | BitBay |
Mr. Exchange | Orionx | CoinFalcon | Abucoins | BitFlip | LakeBTC | Coinbe
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How To Invest in Cryptocurrencies: The Ultimate Beginners Guide

All statements are based on the author’s experiences. I take pride in informing the public and helping as many as I can through sharing my experiences with my readers. That said, no one except you can take responsibility for your Cryptocurrency Investing decisions, so do think it through before investing.
If you would like to learn more about the techlogogy behind cryptocurrencies, please check out our blockchain courses on crypto.
When I first started taking an interest in cryptocurrency I thought I was so lost in this huge sea of unknowns. Where do I start? What are the useful keywords to look up and keep in mind? What are the available helpful resources? This cryptocurrency investing guide is written so that in just 20 minutes, you would have a sense of what to expect of your upcoming crypto journey, and how to best go about starting it. Enjoy it, it might just be the most exhilarating ride of your life.

Rise of the Cryptocurrencies
As the tech literacy of the population increases, acceptance of crypto as a legitimate store of value follows, and it boomed. Titles along the lines of ‘Bitcoin price hits new all-time high’ and ‘Ethereum price surges’ are starting to perforate the general public’s news feed. What we know for sure is that people who were once skeptical of Bitcoin and the technology behind it are slowly understanding and getting increasingly involved with crypto. As at the time of writing, the market cap of the entire crypto space is at 30.9 billion USD. It was 20 billion just four months ago. What would it be four months from now?
Current Makeup of the Cryptocurrency Space
You would have heard of Bitcoin and the ‘altcoins.’ How this naming convention started was because back in the days of 2011, forks of Bitcoin appeared in the markets. The forks, or clones, each aspire to serve a niche area, aiming to be ‘better’ than Bitcoin. Since then countless new crypto has emerged, eroding away Bitcoin’s crypto market cap dominance. These altcoins are gaining market share at an alarming speed. Ten times or more growth has been observed in a time span as short as six weeks (see PIVX, an altcoin).
Cryptocurrency, Stocks, and Fiat
The currencies we know are referred to as ‘fiat’ by the cryptocurrency community. Although having ‘currency’ in its name, cryptocurrencies share more similarities with stocks than currencies. When you purchase some cryptocurrency, you are in fact buying some tech stock, a part of the blockchain and a piece of the network.
Cryptocurrency Exchanges
The most common place where people buy and trade cryptocurrency is on the exchanges. Exchanges are places where you may buy and sell your crypto, using fiat. There are multiple measures to judge the reliability and quality of an exchange, such as liquidity, spread, fees, purchase and withdrawal limits, trading volume, security, insurance, user-friendliness. Out of all these, I find Coinbase as the best exchange hands down. It has a beginner-friendly user interface, and an unbeatable 100% crypto insurance.
After setting up an intermediary bank account and verifying your details with Coinbase, you are only five simple steps away from a Bitcoin purchase:
  1. Access the ‘Buy/Sell Bitcoin’ tab
  2. Select the payment method using the drop-down menu
  3. Enter the desired amount
  4. Click ‘Buy Bitcoin Instantly.’
  5. View your credited Bitcoins on your dashboard
When you get acquainted with buying crypto and start to itch for some crypto trading (e.g. BTC/ETH), simply perform an instant transfer from Coinbase to GDAX free of charge and start trading. Think of Coinbase as the place to conveniently buy and store your crypto and GDAX as your margin trading platform. Transfers between the two are instant and free.
As you slowly get familiar with other currencies, you might want to have the option of investing in them. Bittrex and Polo are two exchanges that offer a wide selection range.
When signing up on these exchanges for the first time, do make it a point to verify your account with the required documents early, as you do not want to be caught in the middle of some tedious and slow admin work when the trading opportunity comes. Verification on these exchanges may take days, and purchase/withdraw limits may only increase gradually as you trade.
An additional point to note: if you are using a currency other than USD, do check out the exchange’s ease of funding and withdrawal. You do not want your exchange to come into fiat withdrawal problems like Bitfinex did recently.
Cryptocurrency Wallets
Exchanges have inbuilt online wallets to keep the cryptocurrency you purchased. However, for those who heard of the Mt. Gox hack, you might feel uneasy to put on an exchange. If you do not wish to keep your crypto holdings on the exchange, you have the option to either use a paper wallet service like myetherwallet.com or spend 99 USD on a hardware wallet like KeepKey. Both serve the purpose of removing platform risk, at the cost of taking up the responsibility of keeping your cryptocurrency safe.
To transfer your crypto from exchanges to your hardware wallet for long term storage, simply follow these steps, using Coinbase and KeepKey as an example:
  1. Plug in your KeepKey USB cable
  2. Open your KeepKey Client (on Google Chrome under Apps)
  3. Find your wallet address on the KeepKey Client UI
  4. Access Coinbase ‘Send/Request’ tab and input your KeepKey wallet address
  5. Confirm amount and click ‘Send Funds’
Take note to first send a tiny amount (e.g. 0.0001 BTC) for testing before sending the bulk, lest an error occurred and the transfer amount is lost. A small network transfer fee might be charged.
Personally, I own a hardware wallet, as I love the feeling of a having around a tangible reminder of my crypto holdings. Also, the hardware wallet’s user interface makes it easy to keep multiple coins, which is especially handy when you participate in ICOs (Initial Coin Offering) in the future.

Cryptocurrency as a Percentage of Your Investment Portfolio

This part will be wildly subjective. Crypto has the potential to realize many ‘rags to riches’ stories, but its volatility makes it unpredictable. As a precaution, the money you put in crypto should be money that you are fine with losing. I cannot emphasize the importance of this as we often underestimate how the volatility affects our emotional capacities. The upside is huge, but it comes with lots of risks and, if I may put it, emotional torment.
A conservative portfolio I would suggest is as follows:
< 30 years old (max) 30% Crypto, 50% Traditional Investments
30 – 40 years old (max) 20% Crypto, 60% Traditional Investments
> 40 years old (max) 10% Crypto, 70% Traditional Investments
This is not meant to be age discriminatory but considers the fact that one takes up more financial responsibilities (mortgage, family) as he grows older.
Within the designated crypto share of your portfolio, you may diversify your coins based on your risk appetite.

Show Me the Money! Cryptocurrency Investing

Now, this is where it gets exciting.
How do we pick the winner? How do we avoid picking the loser?
Note that crypto is now in a huge bull market and anything could rise over time. Also, do not dismiss the possibility that we may be in a bubble like the-dot-com boom back in 2000. Still, ask yourself these questions before you decide to invest in a coin:
Short Term Trading with Margin
Once you get familiarized with crypto, you may want to trade on your ‘stash’ in hopes of increasing it. For the experienced forex traders, this is nothing new. But for the new crypto investor, you may want to brief up on how to make a leveraged trade.
Short-term trading takes advantages of incoming news to make a quick buck. If you foresee good news from an upcoming release of a coin, you may want to open a long and see how it goes. Remember, buy the rumor, sell the news; act fast and be daring if you wish to make a profit with short term trading.
Mining
For those who are more comfortable with a predictable form of reward, mining is the way. Mining involves setting up of a rig, consisting of GPUs or CPUs and an investment in the electricity. Mining is only possible on cryptocurrencies that follow the Proof of Work protocol. It takes some effort to setup and gets things running, but it is attractive as a long-term passive income as long as you frontload the work.
Staking
Staking is the Proof of Stake version of ‘mining.’ Think of this as making dividends on your stock. The reward rate and staking method differ greatly among Proof of Stake coins, but in general, it takes less effort as compared to mining.
Arbitraging
As you get a hand in multiple exchanges, you may wish to buy from one exchange and sell on another to make ‘arbitrage’ gains when you spot an arbitraging opportunity. Take note of two things if you wish to do so: remember to factor in fees, and remember that the price could change when you are transferring your coin between exchanges, especially during volatile times. USD tends to be liquid so this happens less for it, but for other currencies such as CAD (Canadian dollar) and SGD (Singapore dollar), there may exist more arbitraging opportunities to exploit.
That’s about all I have, for now, invest smart and most importantly, don’t forget to have fun!
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Here is All IN 1 Quick Guide for people with less time!

The Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Cryptocurrency Investing

References are made wherever possible. All statements are based on the author’s experiences. I take pride in informing the public and helping as many as I can through sharing my experiences with my readers. That said, no one except you can take responsibility for your Cryptocurrency Investing decisions, so do think it through before investing. If you would like to learn more about the techlogogy behind cryptocurrencies, please check out our blockchain courses on crypto.
When I first started taking an interest in cryptocurrency I thought I was so lost in this huge sea of unknowns. Where do I start? What are the useful keywords to look up and keep in mind? What are the available helpful resources? This cryptocurrency investing guide is written so that in just 20 minutes, you would have a sense of what to expect of your upcoming crypto journey, and how to best go about starting it. Enjoy it, it might just be the most exhilarating ride of your life.
Rise of the Cryptocurrencies
As the tech literacy of the population increases, acceptance of crypto as a legitimate store of value follows, and it boomed. Titles along the lines of ‘Bitcoin price hits new all-time high’ and ‘Ethereum price surges’ are starting to perforate the general public’s news feed. What we know for sure is that people who were once skeptical of Bitcoin and the technology behind it are slowly understanding and getting increasingly involved with crypto. As at the time of writing, the market cap of the entire crypto space is at 30.9 billion USD. It was 20 billion just four months ago. What would it be four months from now?
Current Makeup of the Cryptocurrency Space
You would have heard of Bitcoin and the ‘altcoins.’ How this naming convention started was because back in the days of 2011, forks of Bitcoin appeared in the markets. The forks, or clones, each aspire to serve a niche area, aiming to be ‘better’ than Bitcoin. Since then countless new crypto has emerged, eroding away Bitcoin’s crypto market cap dominance. These altcoins are gaining market share at an alarming speed. Ten times or more growth has been observed in a time span as short as six weeks (see PIVX, an altcoin).
Cryptocurrency, Stocks, and Fiat
The currencies we know are referred to as ‘fiat’ by the cryptocurrency community. Although having ‘currency’ in its name, cryptocurrencies share more similarities with stocks than currencies. When you purchase some cryptocurrency, you are in fact buying some tech stock, a part of the blockchain and a piece of the network.
Cryptocurrency Exchanges
The most common place where people buy and trade cryptocurrency is on the exchanges.Exchanges are places where you may buy and sell your crypto, using fiat. There are multiple measures to judge the reliability and quality of an exchange, such as liquidity, spread, fees, purchase and withdrawal limits, trading volume, security, insurance, user-friendliness. Out of all these, I find Coinbase as the best exchange hands down. It has a beginner-friendly user interface, and an unbeatable 100% crypto insurance.
After setting up an intermediary bank account and verifying your details with Coinbase, you are only five simple steps away from a Bitcoin purchase:
  1. Access the ‘Buy/Sell Bitcoin’ tab
  2. Select the payment method using the drop-down menu
  3. Enter the desired amount
  4. Click ‘Buy Bitcoin Instantly.’
  5. View your credited Bitcoins on your dashboard
When you get acquainted with buying crypto and start to itch for some crypto trading (e.g. BTC/ETH), simply perform an instant transfer from Coinbase to GDAX free of charge and start trading. Think of Coinbase as the place to conveniently buy and store your crypto and GDAX as your margin trading platform. Transfers between the two are instant and free.
As you slowly get familiar with other currencies, you might want to have the option of investing in them. Bittrex and Polo are two exchanges that offer a wide selection range.
When signing up on these exchanges for the first time, do make it a point to verify your account with the required documents early, as you do not want to be caught in the middle of some tedious and slow admin work when the trading opportunity comes. Verification on these exchanges may take days, and purchase/withdraw limits may only increase gradually as you trade.
An additional point to note: if you are using a currency other than USD, do check out the exchange’s ease of funding and withdrawal. You do not want your exchange to come into fiat withdrawal problems like Bitfinex did recently.
Cryptocurrency Wallets
Exchanges have inbuilt online wallets to keep the cryptocurrency you purchased. However, for those who heard of the Mt. Gox hack, you might feel uneasy to put on an exchange. If you do not wish to keep your crypto holdings on the exchange, you have the option to either use a paper wallet service like myetherwallet.com or spend 99 USD on a hardware wallet like KeepKey. Both serve the purpose of removing platform risk, at the cost of taking up the responsibility of keeping your cryptocurrency safe.
To transfer your crypto from exchanges to your hardware wallet for long term storage, simply follow these steps, using Coinbase and KeepKey as an example:
  1. Plug in your KeepKey USB cable
  2. Open your KeepKey Client (on Google Chrome under Apps)
  3. Find your wallet address on the KeepKey Client UI
  4. Access Coinbase ‘Send/Request’ tab and input your KeepKey wallet address
  5. Confirm amount and click ‘Send Funds’
Take note to first send a tiny amount (e.g. 0.0001 BTC) for testing before sending the bulk, lest an error occurred and the transfer amount is lost. A small network transfer fee might be charged.
Personally, I own a hardware wallet, as I love the feeling of a having around a tangible reminder of my crypto holdings. Also, the hardware wallet’s user interface makes it easy to keep multiple coins, which is especially handy when you participate in ICOs (Initial Coin Offering) in the future.

Cryptocurrency as a Percentage of Your Investment Portfolio

This part will be wildly subjective. Crypto has the potential to realize many ‘rags to riches’ stories, but its volatility makes it unpredictable. As a precaution, the money you put in crypto should be money that you are fine with losing. I cannot emphasize the importance of this as we often underestimate how the volatility affects our emotional capacities. The upside is huge, but it comes with lots of risks and, if I may put it, emotional torment.
A conservative portfolio I would suggest is as follows:
< 30 years old (max) 30% Crypto, 50% Traditional Investments
30 – 40 years old (max) 20% Crypto, 60% Traditional Investments
> 40 years old (max) 10% Crypto, 70% Traditional Investments
This is not meant to be age discriminatory but considers the fact that one takes up more financial responsibilities (mortgage, family) as he grows older.
Within the designated crypto share of your portfolio, you may diversify your coins based on your risk appetite.

Show Me the Money! Cryptocurrency Investing

Now, this is where it gets exciting.
How do we pick the winner? How do we avoid picking the loser?
Note that crypto is now in a huge bull market and anything could rise over time. Also, do not dismiss the possibility that we may be in a bubble like the-dot-com boom back in 2000. Still, ask yourself these questions before you decide to invest in a coin:
Short Term Trading with Margin
Once you get familiarized with crypto, you may want to trade on your ‘stash’ in hopes of increasing it. For the experienced forex traders, this is nothing new. But for the new crypto investor, you may want to brief up on how to make a leveraged trade.
Short-term trading takes advantages of incoming news to make a quick buck. If you foresee good news from an upcoming release of a coin, you may want to open a long and see how it goes. Remember, buy the rumor, sell the news; act fast and be daring if you wish to make a profit with short term trading.
Mining
For those who are more comfortable with a predictable form of reward, mining is the way. Mining involves setting up of a rig, consisting of GPUs or CPUs and an investment in the electricity. Mining is only possible on cryptocurrencies that follow the Proof of Work protocol. It takes some effort to setup and gets things running, but it is attractive as a long-term passive income as long as you frontload the work.
Staking
Staking is the Proof of Stake version of ‘mining.’ Think of this as making dividends on your stock. The reward rate and staking method differ greatly among Proof of Stake coins, but in general, it takes less effort as compared to mining.
Arbitraging
As you get a hand in multiple exchanges, you may wish to buy from one exchange and sell on another to make ‘arbitrage’ gains when you spot an arbitraging opportunity. Take note of two things if you wish to do so: remember to factor in fees, and remember that the price could change when you are transferring your coin between exchanges, especially during volatile times. USD tends to be liquid so this happens less for it, but for other currencies such as CAD (Canadian dollar) and SGD (Singapore dollar), there may exist more arbitraging opportunities to exploit.

Link the original blog post: https://blockgeeks.com/cryptocurrency-investing/
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XRP Subreddit Rules, Helpful Links & Answers to Common Questions - READ BEFORE POSTING

You must read our rules before participating in XRP
Helpful links and answers to common questions will be updated frequently so check back often
 
 
Ripple Subreddit Rules
https://www.reddit.com/XRP/wiki/rules
 
Helpful Links
Ripple Insights - Top 9 Frequently Asked Questions About Ripple and XRP (Jan 18, 2018)
Ripple’s Ultimate Strategy; why XRP will increase in value
Removing inefficiency of international payments with XRP
Reasons to expect XRP to be the most popular bridge asset
"XRP is competitive now in the USD/MXN corridor"
Ripple's Decentralization Strategy Update
XRP Market Performance
List of Ripple Partnerships and RippleNet Implementations
 
People to Follow
Ripple on Twitter
Brad Garlinghouse, Chief Executive Officer at Ripple
Yoshitaka Kitao, executive chairman, CEO and president of SBI Holdings, Inc.
David Schwartz, Chief Cryptographer at Ripple | aka u/sjoelkatz
Stefan Thomas, Former CTO at Ripple, Co-creator of Interledger. Founder at Coil
Patrick Griffin, Senior Vice President of Business Development at Ripple
Miguel Vias, Head of XRP Markets at Ripple
Warren Paul Anderson, Product Manager, xRapid/XRP at Ripple
 
Hodor's XRP Blog
TplusZero - research & analysis on #XRP
 
Most Discussed Topics and Answers
● The Case Against BankCoin - Banks need an independent digital asset to enable truly efficient settlement
● Ripple Technology → Fast Payments → XRP → Fast Settlement
● Solving the chicken and egg problem - FI's bridging payments with XRP & companies saving money by holding XRP
● Banks hold XRP under a contractual agreement | Build liquidity to bridge payments to raise the demand for XRP
● How the global adoption of xRapid (XRP liquidity tool) would affect the value of XRP
● Besides instant cross-border payment settlement, XRP can capture other use cases, value that doesn't yet exist
● XRP Ledger has numerous technological advantages over blockchain systems that use proof of work
● Ripple is committed to making the XRP Ledger as decentralized as they possibly can
● Quantum-resistant signature schemes - Adding a new scheme is easy and fast
 
XRP Wallets
You need 20 XRP to activate an XRP wallet. Fees can be changed by the validators through the voting process.
The reserve requirement protects the XRP Ledger from spam or malicious usage.
 
When you are sending XRP to an exchange, destination tag is very important.
Destination tag is not needed when you transfer XRP to your own wallet address.
 
● XUMM by XRPL Labs | Developers
XUMM is a free app (iOS and Android) that makes sending, receiving and interacting with the XRP ledger easy & secure.
 
● Ledger Nano S | Tutorial | FAQ | Buy Online | Ripple Recovery Tool
Cryptocurrency Hardware Wallet
When you get your Ledger wallet, you must reset it and get a new set of 24 words seed before using it.
 
● The World Exchange | How to Create a Cold Wallet for Ripple
A free user-friendly and purely client-side wallet
 
● GateHub | Support | Network Statistics
GateHub XRP Web Wallet
 
Tools
Check XRP wallet balance - Bithomp | Graph | Transactions
Print raw information about an account, a transaction or a ledger - RPC Tool
 
Exchanges
The best way to support XRP is to buy/sell XRP directly with your local currency, not with USDT, ETH, LTC, or BTC.
Available XRP pairs - AUD, BRL, CAD, CNY, EUR, GBP, IDR, INR, JPY, KRW, MXN, PHP, RUB, THB, TRY, UAH, USD, ZAR.
You can find the complete list of XRP exchanges and supported XRP/fiat pairs Here.
 
USD - US Dollar
Kraken | Bitstamp | Bitfinex | CEX.IO | Gatehub |
Exrates | Exmo | Mr. Exchange | Bitsane | Sistemkoin | BitBay | Quoine
 
EUR - Euro
Kraken | Bitstamp | Gatehub | CEX.IO | LiteBit.eu | Anycoin Direct
The Rock Trading | Bitsane | BitBay | BitFlip | Bitlish | Quoine
 
KRW - South Korean Won
Bithumb | Upbit | Coinone | Korbit | GOPAX | Coinrail
 
JPY - Japanese Yen
Kraken | Bitbank | Quoine | Mr. Exchange
 
CNY - Chinese Yuan
RippleFox | Ripple China | Fatbtc
 
TRY - Turkish Lira
Vebitcoin | BTCTurk | Koineks | Sistemkoin | Ovis
 
INR - Indian Rupee
Zebpay | Koinex | Unocoin | Bitbns | BuyBitcoin | BuyUcoin
 
AUD - Australian Dollar
BTC Markets
 
THB - Thai Baht
BX Thailand
 
MXN - Mexican Peso
Bitso
 
IDR - Indonesian Rupiah
Indodax | Quoine
 
RUB - Russian Ruble
Exmo | BitFlip
 
ZAR - South African Rend
Altcoin Trader
 
CAD - Canadian Dollar
Kraken
 
UAH - Ukrainian Hryvnia
Kuna | BTC Trade UA | BitFlip
 
GBP - British Pound
Cryptomate
 
BRL - Brazilian Real
Braziliex
 
SGD - Singapore Dollar
Quoine
 
AED - United Arab Emirates Dirham
BitOasis
 
PHP - Philippine peso
CX | Exchange
 
USDT - Tether
Poloniex | Bittrex | Huobi | OKEx | CoinBene | Upbit | HitBTC |
ZB.com | Gate.io | Sistemkoin
 
ETH - Ethereum
Binance | Bittrex | Gatehub | OKEx | OTCBTC | Upbit | HitBTC |
Bitsane | Mr. Exchange | CoinFalcon
 
LTC - Litecoin
Bitsane | Mr. Exchange
 
BTC - Bitcoin
Kraken | Bitstamp | Bitfinex | CEX.IO | Gatehub | Binance | Poloniex | Bittrex |
HitBTC | OKEx | Upbit | Huobi | BTCTurk | BTC Markets | CoinEgg | Exmo |
ZB.com | OTCBTC | Coinrail | Bits Blockchain | Triple Dice Exchange | Indodax |
Exrates | Qryptos | Gate.io | Bitsane | Bitso | Ovis | BCEX | BitBay |
Mr. Exchange | Orionx | CoinFalcon | Abucoins | BitFlip | LakeBTC | Coinbe
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I've been working on a bot for crypto subs like /r/bitcoin for a few days now. Say hello to crypto_bot!

Hey guys, I've been working on crypto_bot for some time now. It provides a bunch of features that I hope will enhance your experience on /bitcoin (and any other subreddit). You can call it by mentioning it in a comment. I started working on this a few days ago. I'm constantly adding new features and will update this post when I do, but if you're interested I'll post all updates and some tips at /crypto_bot. Please either comment here, message me, or post there if you'd like to report a bug, request a feature, or offer feedback. There's also one hidden command :)
You can call multiple commands in one comment. Here's a description of the commands you can use:

Market Data:

crypto_bot 
Responds with the USD price of one bitcoin from an average of six of the top bitcoin exchanges (BTC-E, Bitstamp, Bitfinex, Coinbase, Kraken, Cryptsy).
crypto_bot ticker 
Responds with the USD price of one bitcoin at seven exchanges (all of the ones listed above, plus LocalBitcoins). Also lists the average at the bottom.
crypto_bot [exchange] 
Responds with the USD price of one bitcoin from [exchange] (any of the seven listed above).
crypto_bot [litecoin|ltc|dogecoin|doge] 
Responds with the USD price of one litecoin, or the price of 1 doge and 1,000 doge.
crypto_bot litecoin|ltc [exchange] 
Responds with the USD price of one litecoin from BTC-E, Bitfinex, Kraken, or Cryptsy.
crypto_bot [currency] 
Responds with the price of one bitcoin in the specified currency. Available currencies (symbols): JPY, CNY, SGD, HKD, CAD, NZD, AUD, CLP, GBP, DKK, SEK, ISK, CHF, BRL, EUR, RUB, PLN, THB, KRW, TWD.

Information:

crypto_bot [about|info] [arg] 
Responds with a short description about [arg], as well as a link to an external site (Wikipedia, bitcoin.it, and some others) for more information. You can list multiple arguments and get a description for each. Available arguments: bitcoin, block chain, transaction, address, genesis, satoshi, mining, confirmation, coinbase, gox, cold wallet, hot wallet.
crypto_bot legal 
Responds with a chart about the legality of bitcoin in 40 countries, copied straight from Wikipedia.
crypto_bot [explain transaction delay|explain tx delay] 
Responds with an explanation of why transactions may take longer to confirm (the bot specifically discusses spam-transaction attacks in this command).

Network information/tools:

crypto_bot difficulty 
Responds with the current difficulty of the bitcoin network.
crypto_bot [height|number of blocks] 
Responds with the current height of the block chain.
crypto_bot retarget 
Responds with what block the difficulty will recalculate at, as well as how many blocks until the network reaches that block.
crypto_bot [unconfirmed transactions|unconfirmed tx] 
Responds with the current number of unconfirmed transactions.
crypto_bot [new address|generate address] 
Responds with a newly-generated public and private key. This is mainly to provide an explanation of what both look like, and contains a clear warning to not use or send bitcoins to the address.
crypto_bot blockinfo [height] 
Responds with information about block #[height], including its hash, time discovered, and number of transactions.
crypto_bot [address] 
Responds with information about [address], including its balance and number of transactions.
crypto_bot [transaction_id] 
Responds with information about [transaction_id], including what block it was included in, its size, and its inputs and outputs.

Calculators:

crypto_bot calc <# miningspeed> [#][w] [#][kwh] [#][difficulty] [hc$#] [$#] [#%] 
Responds with calculations and information about how a miner would do with the above data (mining calculator). The only required field is mining speed. Order of the arguments does not matter. Everything other than hashrate defaults to the following if not given: w (watts): 0, kwh ($kilowatt cost/hour): 0, difficulty: current network difficulty, hc$ (hardware cost): $0, $: current bitcoin price in usd (according to Coinbase), % (pool fee): 0. The calculator does not account for nor allow for input of the increase/decrease of difficulty over time, though I may add this feature soon. Working hashing speeds: h/s, kh/s, mh/s, gh/s, th/s, ph/s.
Example usage: "crypto_bot calc 30th/s 10w .12kwh hc$55 1.5%" (to make it easier to remember, th/s can also be inputted as ths). This calls the bot with a hashrate of 30 th/s, electricity usage of 10w, a cost of $.12 kWh, a hardware cost of $55, and a pool fee of 1.5%.
crypto_bot number of btc <$amount to convert> [bp$bitcoin price] 
Responds with the number of bitcoins you could buy with <$amount to convert>. If the comment specifies a [bp$bitcoin price], it calculates it with that exchange rate. Otherwise, it uses the rate from Coinbase.
Example usage: "crypto_bot $419.29 bp$180.32" This calculates how many bitcoins you can buy if you have $419.29 and the bitcoin exchange rate is $180.32.

Broadcasting

SignMessage! "" 
Signs a message in the bitcoin block chain in a transaction using OP_RETURN. The message must be less than 40 characters.
Example usage: "SignMessage! "Post messages in the block chain!""
I hope you find this bot useful! Again, if you have any questions or comments, please either comment on this post, message me, or post on /crypto_bot.
Update 1 (June 24, 2015, 17:35): The bot now responds with information if you post a link to a block, transaction, or address on Blockchain.info in a comment, even if you don't call it. For example, if I wrote "https://blockchain.info/block/0000000000000000126448be07fb1f82af19fbbf07dd7e07ebcd08d42c2660cb" in a comment, it would respond with information about block #362,377.
Update 2 (July 10, 2015, 1:59): The bot now has two additional commands: "unconfirmed transactions" (or "unconfirmed tx") and "explain transaction delay" (or "explain tx delay"). The first command responds with the number of unconfirmed transactions, and the second explains why transactions might take extra time to confirm.
Update 3 (August 24, 2015, 1:34): The bot now responds in a better way than before when transaction ids or addresses are posted. Before, it only responded when the transaction id or address was used in a link to Blockchain.info. Now the bot will respond whenever a transaction id or address is posted at all; a link to Blockchain.info is no longer necessary.
Update 4 (August 27, 2015, 3:00): The bot can now sign messages in the Bitcoin block chain using OP_RETURN.
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How Stable Coin 1SG Will Help You Protect Your Crypto Assets from Bitcoin Crashes

Stablecoins are what we need right now!

Source
The cryptocurrency market has been through one of the worst trials in 2018: Volatile prices of cryptocurrencies and price manipulation in the market. Traders who are using crypto exchanges will either have to hold Bitcoin or Ethererum as their main holding position which is risky due to the volatility of the market. Bitcoin has fallen by 78.4% from the high of $19,500USD in December 2017 to the current price of $4,200USD. What crypto exchanges lack is the option for traders to hold a market neutral position, to be able to sit out of the market.

What is a Stable Coin?
A stable coin is a digital currency that is backed by an equivalent value of fiat currency that is held as collateral in a central bank or a trust company. Usually pegged to USD, the rate of conversion stays at 1 USD regardless of Bitcoin or Ethereum prices.


Source
Types of Stable Coins
Stable coins provide a great option for traders to maintain a safe position in the ever-volatile cryptocurrency market. While they are already in circulation, the mainstream stablecoin currently in circulation is USDT. However USDT lacks verifiability - accountability that there is the same amount of fiat in the reserve as there are stablecoins in circulation. Users lost trust in USDT as the accounts were not audited and published for transparency.
While most of the stable coins like GUSD and USDC are pegged to the US Dollar, there exists a stablecoin that is pegged to the world’s smallest country’s currency: SGD. 1SG is a stable coin that is pegged to the strong Singapore dollar. 1SG aims to provide investors/traders with confidence in the stability of their assets and have them recognised as stable collateral.

Here are 3 ways 1SG can help protect your crypto assets from volatility even in times of a market crash.
1. 1SG Puts Investors First with a 1:1 Reserve Guarantee
Amid falling Ethereum and Bitcoin prices and bearish market outlook will have no effect on 1SG assets. For every 1SG, Mars Blockchain Pte Ltd, the firm behind the stable coin, will maintain 1 Singapore dollar as a capital guarantee in its bank account, adhering strictly to its 1:1 IOU reserve guarantee. Investors can store their assets as 1SG with a peace of mind in its ensured stability.

2. 1SG Prioritises Verifiability of its Assets
Focused on maintaining accountability and encouraging mainstream adoption of stable coins as business collateral, Mars Blockchain Pte Ltd pledges to undergo strict monitoring by a third-party audit firm and promises to publish financial audit figures periodically which will provide full levels of transparency. By increasing investor confidence in 1SG, Mars Blockchain hopes to eliminate the trust barriers hindering mainstream recognition of these assets as business collateral.

3. 1SG Aims to Provide High Liquidity as an Active Trading Pair
As a verified stable coin, 1SG aims to be the most actively traded pair in crypto exchanges. It plans to provide high liquidity for traders using 1SG, which would be a crucial step in bringing stable coins to the mainstream. Instead of holding illiquid coins that are susceptible to market volatility, 1SG hopes to be the stable asset storage replacement that is just as liquid - if not more.

Keep Your Crypto Stable With 1SG
Every market has bull and bear cycles. A veteran trader once said, it is better to be out of the market than wishing you were in it hoping to get out! Market leaders are expecting the cryptocurrency bear market to last for at least 3 years. During these times, it is best to be out of the market and hold 1SG, a market neutral position.

For more information on 1SG, keep up with its following social media:
Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/use1-SG/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/1SG_2018
Medium: https://medium.com/@support_34903
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/1sg_sg/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/1SG-762780337416658/
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_p_8y1geOe0lmB4F3i6Fpg
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How Stable Coin 1SGD Will Help You Protect Your Crypto Assets from Bitcoin Crashes

How Stable Coin 1SGD Will Help You Protect Your Crypto Assets from Bitcoin Crashes
Stablecoins are what we need right now!
Source
The cryptocurrency market has been through one of the worst trials in 2018: Volatile prices of cryptocurrencies and price manipulation in the market. Traders who are using crypto exchanges will either have to hold Bitcoin or Ethererum as their main holding position which is risky due to the volatility of the market. Bitcoin has fallen by 78.4% from the high of $19,500USD in December 2017 to the current price of $4,200USD. What crypto exchanges lack is the option for traders to hold a market neutral position, to be able to sit out of the market.

What is a Stable Coin?
A stable coin is a digital currency that is backed by an equivalent value of fiat currency that is held as collateral in a central bank or a trust company. Usually pegged to USD, the rate of conversion stays at 1 USD regardless of Bitcoin or Ethereum prices.
Types of Stable Coins

Source
Stable coins provide a great option for traders to maintain a safe position in the ever-volatile cryptocurrency market. While they are already in circulation, the mainstream stablecoin currently in circulation is USDT. However USDT lacks verifiability - accountability that there is the same amount of fiat in the reserve as there are stablecoins in circulation. Users lost trust in USDT as the accounts were not audited and published for transparency.
While most of the stable coins like GUSD and USDC are pegged to the US Dollar, there exists a stablecoin that is pegged to the world’s smallest country’s currency: SGD. 1SGD is a stable coin that is pegged to the strong Singapore dollar. 1SGD aims to provide investors/traders with confidence in the stability of their assets and have them recognised as stable collateral.

Here are 3 ways 1SGD can help protect your crypto assets from volatility even in times of a market crash.
1. 1SGD Puts Investors First with a 1:1 Reserve Guarantee
Amid falling Ethereum and Bitcoin prices and bearish market outlook will have no effect on 1SGD assets. For every 1SGD, Mars Blockchain Pte Ltd, the firm behind the stable coin, will maintain 1 Singapore dollar as a capital guarantee in its bank account, adhering strictly to its 1:1 IOU reserve guarantee. Investors can store their assets as 1SGD with a peace of mind in its ensured stability.
2. 1SGD Prioritises Verifiability of its Assets
Focused on maintaining accountability and encouraging mainstream adoption of stable coins as business collateral, Mars Blockchain Pte Ltd pledges to undergo strict monitoring by a third-party audit firm and promises to publish financial audit figures periodically which will provide full levels of transparency. By increasing investor confidence in 1SGD, Mars Blockchain hopes to eliminate the trust barriers hindering mainstream recognition of these assets as business collateral.
3. 1SGD Aims to Provide High Liquidity as an Active Trading Pair
As a verified stable coin, 1SGD aims to be the most actively traded pair in crypto exchanges. It plans to provide high liquidity for traders using 1SGD, which would be a crucial step in bringing stable coins to the mainstream. Instead of holding illiquid coins that are susceptible to market volatility, 1SGD hopes to be the stable asset storage replacement that is just as liquid - if not more.

Keep Your Crypto Stable With 1SGD
Every market has bull and bear cycles. A veteran trader once said, it is better to be out of the market than wishing you were in it hoping to get out! Market leaders are expecting the cryptocurrency bear market to last for at least 3 years. During these times, it is best to be out of the market and hold 1SGD, a market neutral position.
For more information on 1SGD, keep up with its following social media:
Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/use1SGD Twitter: https://twitter.com/1SGD3 Medium: https://medium.com/@support\_34903
Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/1sgd\_sg/
Bitcointalk: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=pm

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How Stable Coin 1SGD Will Help You Protect Your Crypto Assets from Bitcoin Crashes

How Stable Coin 1SGD Will Help You Protect Your Crypto Assets from Bitcoin Crashes
Stablecoins are what we need right now!

Source
The cryptocurrency market has been through one of the worst trials in 2018: Volatile prices of cryptocurrencies and price manipulation in the market. Traders who are using crypto exchanges will either have to hold Bitcoin or Ethererum as their main holding position which is risky due to the volatility of the market. Bitcoin has fallen by 78.4% from the high of $19,500USD in December 2017 to the current price of $4,200USD. What crypto exchanges lack is the option for traders to hold a market neutral position, to be able to sit out of the market.

What is a Stable Coin?
A stable coin is a digital currency that is backed by an equivalent value of fiat currency that is held as collateral in a central bank or a trust company. Usually pegged to USD, the rate of conversion stays at 1 USD regardless of Bitcoin or Ethereum prices.
Types of Stable Coins

Source
Stable coins provide a great option for traders to maintain a safe position in the ever-volatile cryptocurrency market. While they are already in circulation, the mainstream stablecoin currently in circulation is USDT. However USDT lacks verifiability - accountability that there is the same amount of fiat in the reserve as there are stablecoins in circulation. Users lost trust in USDT as the accounts were not audited and published for transparency.
While most of the stable coins like GUSD and USDC are pegged to the US Dollar, there exists a stablecoin that is pegged to the world’s smallest country’s currency: SGD. 1SGD is a stable coin that is pegged to the strong Singapore dollar. 1SGD aims to provide investors/traders with confidence in the stability of their assets and have them recognised as stable collateral.

Here are 3 ways 1SGD can help protect your crypto assets from volatility even in times of a market crash.
1. 1SGD Puts Investors First with a 1:1 Reserve Guarantee
Amid falling Ethereum and Bitcoin prices and bearish market outlook will have no effect on 1SGD assets. For every 1SGD, Mars Blockchain Pte Ltd, the firm behind the stable coin, will maintain 1 Singapore dollar as a capital guarantee in its bank account, adhering strictly to its 1:1 IOU reserve guarantee. Investors can store their assets as 1SGD with a peace of mind in its ensured stability.
2. 1SGD Prioritises Verifiability of its Assets
Focused on maintaining accountability and encouraging mainstream adoption of stable coins as business collateral, Mars Blockchain Pte Ltd pledges to undergo strict monitoring by a third-party audit firm and promises to publish financial audit figures periodically which will provide full levels of transparency. By increasing investor confidence in 1SGD, Mars Blockchain hopes to eliminate the trust barriers hindering mainstream recognition of these assets as business collateral.
3. 1SGD Aims to Provide High Liquidity as an Active Trading Pair
As a verified stable coin, 1SGD aims to be the most actively traded pair in crypto exchanges. It plans to provide high liquidity for traders using 1SGD, which would be a crucial step in bringing stable coins to the mainstream. Instead of holding illiquid coins that are susceptible to market volatility, 1SGD hopes to be the stable asset storage replacement that is just as liquid - if not more.

Keep Your Crypto Stable With 1SGD
Every market has bull and bear cycles. A veteran trader once said, it is better to be out of the market than wishing you were in it hoping to get out! Market leaders are expecting the cryptocurrency bear market to last for at least 3 years. During these times, it is best to be out of the market and hold 1SGD, a market neutral position.
For more information on 1SGD, keep up with its following social media:
Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/use1SGD
Twitter: https://twitter.com/1SGD3
Medium: https://medium.com/@support_34903

Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/1sgd_sg/

Bitcointalk: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=pm
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How Stable Coin 1SGD Will Help You Protect Your Crypto Assets from Bitcoin Crashes

How Stable Coin 1SGD Will Help You Protect Your Crypto Assets from Bitcoin Crashes
Stablecoins are what we need right now!
Source
The cryptocurrency market has been through one of the worst trials in 2018: Volatile prices of cryptocurrencies and price manipulation in the market. Traders who are using crypto exchanges will either have to hold Bitcoin or Ethererum as their main holding position which is risky due to the volatility of the market. Bitcoin has fallen by 78.4% from the high of $19,500USD in December 2017 to the current price of $4,200USD. What crypto exchanges lack is the option for traders to hold a market neutral position, to be able to sit out of the market.

What is a Stable Coin?
A stable coin is a digital currency that is backed by an equivalent value of fiat currency that is held as collateral in a central bank or a trust company. Usually pegged to USD, the rate of conversion stays at 1 USD regardless of Bitcoin or Ethereum prices.

Types of Stable Coins

Source
Stable coins provide a great option for traders to maintain a safe position in the ever-volatile cryptocurrency market. While they are already in circulation, the mainstream stablecoin currently in circulation is USDT. However USDT lacks verifiability - accountability that there is the same amount of fiat in the reserve as there are stablecoins in circulation. Users lost trust in USDT as the accounts were not audited and published for transparency.
While most of the stable coins like GUSD and USDC are pegged to the US Dollar, there exists a stablecoin that is pegged to the world’s smallest country’s currency: SGD. 1SGD is a stable coin that is pegged to the strong Singapore dollar. 1SGD aims to provide investors/traders with confidence in the stability of their assets and have them recognised as stable collateral.

Here are 3 ways 1SGD can help protect your crypto assets from volatility even in times of a market crash.
1. 1SGD Puts Investors First with a 1:1 Reserve Guarantee
Amid falling Ethereum and Bitcoin prices and bearish market outlook will have no effect on 1SGD assets. For every 1SGD, Mars Blockchain Pte Ltd, the firm behind the stable coin, will maintain 1 Singapore dollar as a capital guarantee in its bank account, adhering strictly to its 1:1 IOU reserve guarantee. Investors can store their assets as 1SGD with a peace of mind in its ensured stability.
2. 1SGD Prioritises Verifiability of its Assets
Focused on maintaining accountability and encouraging mainstream adoption of stable coins as business collateral, Mars Blockchain Pte Ltd pledges to undergo strict monitoring by a third-party audit firm and promises to publish financial audit figures periodically which will provide full levels of transparency. By increasing investor confidence in 1SGD, Mars Blockchain hopes to eliminate the trust barriers hindering mainstream recognition of these assets as business collateral.
3. 1SGD Aims to Provide High Liquidity as an Active Trading Pair
As a verified stable coin, 1SGD aims to be the most actively traded pair in crypto exchanges. It plans to provide high liquidity for traders using 1SGD, which would be a crucial step in bringing stable coins to the mainstream. Instead of holding illiquid coins that are susceptible to market volatility, 1SGD hopes to be the stable asset storage replacement that is just as liquid - if not more.

Keep Your Crypto Stable With 1SGD
Every market has bull and bear cycles. A veteran trader once said, it is better to be out of the market than wishing you were in it hoping to get out! Market leaders are expecting the cryptocurrency bear market to last for at least 3 years. During these times, it is best to be out of the market and hold 1SGD, a market neutral position.
For more information on 1SGD, keep up with its following social media:
Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/use1SGD
Twitter: https://twitter.com/1SGD3
Medium: https://medium.com/@support_34903

Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/1sgd_sg/

Bitcointalk: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=pm

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Huge week on @LocalBitcoins - 17% over previous weekly volume record high. Euro & 10 other currencies broke prior record

Rocket fuel towards a $5,000 BTC (if I may borrow the claim from this post: reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/6zgblv ).
Globally, measured in USD, the volume on LocalBitcoins was 17% higher last week than its prior weekly volume record:
The indiviual currencies that saw a record week are:
Though not a record, South Africa's currency had its biggest week in over a year:
Over on Paxful is was a record week for trading volume as well:
Over on Bisq ( http://bisq.io/ ) (formerly BitSquare) there is no current data reported on Coin.Dance, so with their new software they could be having huge record increases and we would never be able to know. But here's a recent video on the exchange:
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Great Exchanges To Buy/Sell Bitcoin For MYR

Hey guys, I currently use Bitstamp to buy and sell my cryptos such as BTC and ETH. However, it costs $15 to withdraw to a Malaysian bank account and exchange rates are always unfavorable.
I recently started using Coin Hako for its cheaper withdrawal fees and faster withdrawal times. However, I noticed that there is a large disparity between the buy and sell price for the MYR rate. Currently, it's RM 35.4k to buy Bitcoin, but to sell, it's RM29.3k . That's a RM 6k difference! There's a RM500 difference for ETH. Difference for the SGD and USD rate is not very large compared to MYR. No idea why it's like that, could volume be at play?
Anyway, reverting back to my original question, does anyone know of better exchanges where I can sell my crypto for fiat? Thanks in advance!
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WalletBit Expands its Bank Deposit Option to 42 Currencies

WalletBit now offers 42 currency options, enabling bank deposits in over 50 countries..This means the advantages of Bitcoin can be enjoyed by more than half the world's population. Many countries added in this latest expansion have never been able to sell their Bitcoins for local currency until now.
Conversion rates are locked in at the time of purchase or Bitcoin deposit. This means that you never have to worry about the Bitcoin exchange rate or where you are going to sell your Bitcoins. The process is entirely automated and you will receive weekly bank deposits in your local selected currency.
The currencies now supported by WalletBit are:
Australian Dollars (AUD), Bahrain Dinar (BHD), Bulgarian lev (BGN), Canadian Dollars (CAD), Danish Krone (DKK), Pounds Sterling (GBP), Euro (EUR), United Arab Emirate (AED), Hong Kong dollars (HKD), Indian rupees (INR), Icelandic krona (ISK), Israeli Shekel (ILS), Japanese Yen (JPY), Jordanian dinars (JOD), Kenyan Shilling (KES), Croatian kuna (HRK), Kuwait Amazing dinars (KWD), Latvian lats (LVL), Lithuanian litas (LTL), Morocco Dirhams (MAD), Mexican peso (MXN), New Zealand U.S. dollars (NZD), Norwegian Krone (NOK), Pakistani rupees (PKR), Philippinske pesos (PHP), Polish zloty (PLN), Romanian leu (new) (RON), Russian ruble (RUB), Saudi rials (SAR), Swiss francs (CHF), Singapore dollars (SGD), Sri Lankan rupees (LKR), Swedish Krona (SEK), South African Rand (ZAR), South Korean won (KRW), Taiwan Dollars (TWD), Thai baht (THB), Czech koruna (CZK), Tunisian dinars (TND), Turkish lira (new) (TRY), Hungarian forints (HUF), U.S. dollars (USD)
WalletBit is the most affordable way to accept Bitcoins worldwide. All of our currency conversion options are just 1.86%. When you add our standard Bitcoin processing rate of 0.89% you pay a total of 2.75%. All accounts include the ability to use our business tools. This includes but is not limited to Mobile Checkout, shopping cart plug-ins and our point of sale system. For more information please see www.WalletBit.com.
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There are lots of nice communities on IRC with rooms for discussing various topics and people giving free support for problems

You can access the Freenode IRC channel through your web browser here: http://webchat.freenode.net/
Channels begin with # and you can specify multiple ones using a , between them. i.e #bitcoin, #electrum, #coinbase
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BTC China's Picasso Mobile Trader iOS App available for download.

Hey Redditors,
A big week for the team here at BTC China! On Monday we welcomed a team of no less than EIGHT auditors to come by our office and review our storage and funds. After a meticulous process coupled with one-off verifications of user funds in response to calls on our hotline and private messages on Weibo, these auditors signed a letter affirming their belief that our funds are 100% accounted for. The auditors were all highly prominent members of China's Bitcoin community, with a vested interest in the honest reporting of exchanges and their own reputation. And because we like to be thorough, we went ahead and invited eight of them. :)
Bitell.com has a good recap, and photos: http://www.bitell.com/t/2046
Now just yesterday, our latest iOS app is available for download!
Our Picasso Mobile Trading app turns you into a mobile Bitcoin seller, with instant price conversion into eight major currencies: USD, CNY, EUR, CAD, GBP, HKD, JPY, SGD.
The app is also available in no less than 10 languages: English, Chinese (simplified), Chinese (traditional), German, Spanish, French, Russian, Japanese, Italian and Korean.
Key features include:
Fast, easy registration: just use your e-mail address and verify your phone number and you're ready to sell, send and receive!
QR Scanner allows you to scan and send to any Bitcoin address.
Instant price conversion allows you to sell BTC from the palm of your hand, with the option to determine your own profit margin.
Ex: Rather than go through an exchange, your friend wants to directly buy off of you. You sell them one Bitcoin, and they agree that because of the convenience you provide, they'll pay a small markup. You can put in your profit margin at 5%, and you'll sell to them at 5% above the current market price.
You can also use the "send" feature to send an amount equivalent to the fiat value you need, at current market rates. A first-hand example: the other day one of our engineers bought the person behind this account dinner for 30CNY. I opened up the html5 version of the app, put in "send: 30CNY" (in BTC) "to: addressXYZ" and boom, all debts were settled without any cash changing hands.
check out our App Store developer page here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/btcchina/id859878904
A note: ...Why is it called Picasso?
In case you were curious, here's the background: The Chinese name is 币加锁 (pronounced bi jia suo). This is the exact same pronunciation as the Chinese word for "Picasso," but the characters actually, roughly, translate to " (add) currency lock." Now tell me Chinese isn't a cool language, eh?
Suffice it to say, this is just another in a long line of products and services that will be coming your way right around... soon ;).
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The Bitcoin is the currency in no countries. The Singapore Dollar is the currency in Singapore (SG, SGP). The symbol for BTC can be written BTC. The symbol for SGD can be written S$, and SGD$. The Singapore Dollar is divided into 100 cents. The exchange rate for the Bitcoin was last updated on July 19, 2020 from coinmarketcap.com. USD/SGD at a Glance U.S. Dollar (Currency code: USD) Central bank: The Federal Reserve System (also known as the Federal Reserve, or the Fed) The USD (also called the greenback or buck) is the de facto global currency. Most commodities (including gold and oil) are priced in USD. The U.S.A. has by far the largest economy in the world. Current exchange rate US DOLLAR (USD) to SINGAPORE DOLLAR (SGD) including currency converter, buying & selling rate and historical conversion chart. ** All non-USD exchange rates and currency conversions are based on rates obtained via fixer.io. How much is 1 Bitcoin in Singapore Dollar? 1 Bitcoin equals $12979.95 in SGD 1 Singapore Dollar equals to 0.000077 BTC Last updated at 21 July 2020, 18:21 UTC. View the latest USD to SGD exchange rate, news, historical charts, analyst ratings and financial information from WSJ.

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