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Old 24-Dec-2017, 22:25   #121
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Out of interest where are people buying XRP from?

I also bought a Ledger Wallet. Nifty little device!
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Not sure if it's true or not, but apparently there are moves afoot for banks to start using cryptocurrency as a form of instantaneous currency transactions across The Pond.

Heard from an investor I know who wasn't trying to sell me into anything, just came up as a matter of interest. He said it's a lesser-known cryptocurrency but one that can still be invested in. Dunno if any of you with more experience heard the same thing?
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Ripple I think from the sounds of it though there's a few with actual potential use cases*

*which doesnt necessarily mean they will meet them or even if they do that it produces an investment gain

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Out of interest where are people buying XRP from?

I also bought a Ledger Wallet. Nifty little device!
Binance seems to work best for me - just transfer across some ETH/LTC to trade. I have mine spread about a few currencies as some of them will obviously fail (or all). But its basically betting at this point and ive taken my original stake out so it itches an urge.
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Ta!

I read on Reddit that a good way to avoid/minimise transfer fees is to transfer from Coinbase > GDAX > Exchange (e.g. Binance), because Coinbase own GDAX and GDAX have smaller fees and with some no fees at all.

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I think it may have been this post that got me to buy my first bits of crypto.

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I have 100% in whatever the hell retarded shit Chinese people are likely to buy.
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This is definitely my tulips moment but this space is too hot at the moment not to have some exposure to. Unfortunately no matter how much I read on this I still don't fking understand it...
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If I somehow make gains I'll be very happy to report them!
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Anyone got any recommendations for a bootable flash wallet?
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Tails has electrum built into it. With persistence appropriately configured, that would work as a bootable wallet.
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Hm, it's for a friend, he's looking for an easy solution. Tails requires linux, which he simply does not have.
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It's a live OS, no installation required. There's a Windows tool available too that'll set it up on a USB stick, but from memory I think it needs two sticks to make one usable stick. One stick is created by the setup tool, then you boot from that stick, and create the stick you'll actually use from inside this running tails instance.

Personally, I download the .iso and burn it to a DVD+RW, then use this disk to create the USB stick.

The only issue with this approach is electrum only supports bitcoin, so altcoins are out if he wants control of all his private keys.
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Yeh, wants alt coins.
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Might have posted this before, and it's about BTC, but Digiconomist continually revises estimates of BTC mining energy use. As of Jan 9th estimated 39.44TWh, which puts it between Qatar and Hungary's yearly electricity cost. Interesting nonetheless.

https://digiconomist.net/bitcoin-energy-consumption
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Bit of a plunge today.
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Is anyone mining their own stuff? I have 16 RX480's for sale if anyones interested?
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Pretty much pointless unless you do it at scale.
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Played.
Yeah I didn't bother in the end, fortunately..

The underlying tech seems to be where the money is, the speculative value of the various coins not so much.
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Dont know what you mean , if i was creating an alternative payments system i sure as hell would want to ensure that the underlying "currency" was as volatile as possible.
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I’d like to thank the almost religious levels of commitment and idiocy shown on Reddit for making me sell out almost entirely a few days ago , never have I been so glad to be able to take a straw poll of roughly how insane the average investor is.
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You didn't hodl?
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Hodl and lambos are the main reason I didn’t no. The entire community scares me for how many people are going to lose money they can’t.

Having said that I’ll probably chuck some betting money back in at some point.
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What could possibly go wrong?

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Right so:

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I've asked Arsenal whether it was wise to endorse a highly volatile business and whether it was encouraging fans to bet with CashBet Coins.
"Not at all. The partnership aims to promote CashBet Coin ahead of their Initial Coin Offer on 24 January," a spokesman for the club said.
"It does not exist to encourage fans to bet with CashBet Coin."
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Yeah it's getting to the stage where regulators need to act as retail investors can be seriously harmed and simply don't read this stuff, which to be fair is part of the reason I didn't bother in the end as I can only see a myriad of uses for the blockchain tech, not the coins. Also this.
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