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  1. vhighfill

    Genesis lottery

    Just wanting an update on the next lottery draw. I've been missing due to family issues but stopped by to say hi to everyone and bought some gen and tickets. I sure can use another win. When I get enough gen I want to start investing my coin on the exchange. Miss you all and hope to be back more often.
  2. Heya guys! I'm actually looking to invest my time, resources, knowledge and money into platforms and forums which promote knowledge sharing. Do you know any token based platforms such as Genesis which are promising?
  3. tendoglass

    TRIG contest coming up on Binance!

    Looks like Binance is getting ready to throw down on a contest for one of my favorite coins coming up. They will have masternode staking wallets sometime in march so if you want to get in I suggest before or after the contest. It is not live yet but I am active in there discord and got it straight from the big guy Manny. Here is the info from the announcement. To celebrate TRIG listing on Binance, we have committed a total of 150,000 TRIG to reward our fans worldwide, equivalent to ~$1,000,000. The Top 1,000 Binancians with net deposits (deposits minus withdrawals) plus net purchases (buys minus sells) over 0.2 BTC during the competition period, will share a pool of 150,000 TRIG. If the total number of Binancians that make the 0.2 BTC cut-off is less than 1,000, then the eligible Binancians will split the entire pool of 150,000 TRIG amongst themselves. Note: Binance reserves the right to cancel or amend the Competition or Competition Rules at our sole discretion. All trades that we deem to be “wash trades” will not count towards your trading volume for this Trading Competition. Winners from the Trading Competition will not be able to participate in the Lucky Draw. Additionally, users will not be able to win the Lucky Draw more than once. The purchase of the car does not include taxes and fees. Pretty sweet of a deal considering there was a huge drop off because of the Bittrex delisting. But this is a golden buy for sure and expect huge returns from the product and contest alike. Anything above 60000 sat is very possible in the upcoming weeks.
  4. A bunch of people get a hold of me and ask "What do I do with my coins after I buy the?" Usually people here in the states use Coinbase to link to their banks and purchase one of the big three( BTC, ETH, LTC). From here you have a few options. You can just HODL: Which is just buying and waiting in hopes that one day the price will be much higher then what you bought it for. This is a long method but very tried and true and with the big three you will have profits come 2019 at minimal risk. Trade on a exchange: This is what I like to do. I send my coins to a exchange of my choice and ride the short to med waves in the crypto markets. WARNING not all are created equal and you will have to learn which are better suited for you. Private Trading: This is higher risk and mainly for the big boys who have large amounts that need to get moved at once. There are other things you can do like stake or loan but that is for a different thread. When looking for a exchange stay away from one that have cheap transfer and trade fees.Bellow i will post links to three trusted exchanges and hope you all have a great experience in this tremendous market we have all grown. These exchanges are free to use so there is no sign up fee. however Binance fees are way cheaper then Bittrex and have better support. Bittrex has massive volume so you can get rid of trades quicker, though that has not been the case lately. Cryptopia has pretty high fees but a bunch of different coins. Try them all and see which one feels right for you before you send anything and remember to always send coins to matching wallets! CLICK ME TO GO TO CRYPTOPIA CLICK ME TO GO TO BINANCE CLICK ME TO GO TO BITTREX Keep it Crypto Tendo
  5. The LOL Bounty Program is now officially Live! Please visit the Bitcointalk Official Bounty Ann Thread here to see about applying: https://t.co/bv9GTjiYD0 If you have ant questions prior feel free to ask me here as well. I am the Bounty Manager and will assist in anyway possible to make sure everyone has a happy bounty experience! Keep it Crypto Tendo
  6. vhighfill

    Binance news

    Binance Exchange Review Binance is an up and coming cryptocurrency exchange with a focus on crypto-to-crypto trading. The platform has started to gain popularity in the blockchain community thanks to its impressive coin offerings and insanely low trading fees. Although the company was launched just a few months ago (via ICO), the exchange is already being promoted as a good alternative to Bittrex. How It Works There are two options for trading platforms on Binance: Basic and Advanced. I’ll be primarily covering the Basic trading option in this article, but you can check out the Advanced view below. There are not many differences between the two views with the exception of being able to do more detailed technical analysis in the Advanced view  Even the Basic view is fairly complex and not ideal if you’re just starting to invest. It’s obvious that Binance was not created for the casual investor. The main dashboard has several charts and graphs including the order books, a candlestick chart, as well as the trade history. There’s also a depth chart of the orders that you can view in a separate tab from the candlestick chart. To begin trading, you first need to fund your account. To do so, click on the “Deposits Withdrawals” link under the “Funds” tab.  On the “Deposits and Withdrawals” page, choose which cryptocurrency you’d like to fund your account with and click “Deposit”. Binance provides you with a public wallet address to send your funds. I recommend that you fund your account using either Bitcoin or Ethereum because those are the two coins with the most trading pairs. This gives you greater flexibility when trading.  Once your account has some funds, you can start investing. Navigate back to the exchange dashboard by clicking “Basic” under the “Exchange” tab in the upper left-hand corner.  On Binance, you’re only able to make limit and market orders. With the complexity of the interface, I would expect there to be more advanced trading options, but those things may be added as the company matures and grows.  Trading Fees Binance currently charges a flat 0.1% fee on each trade. For an exchange that doesn’t use a fee schedule, this is one of the lowest fees I’ve seen. If you pay using their own token (BNB), you currently receive a 50% discount on the trading fee – bringing it down to 0.05%. With this discount, Binance easily has the lowest fees in the industry. Available Cryptocurrencies Binance has a vast selection of coins with pairings to Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Tether. Some of the available coins are: ArkBitcoinBitcoin CashBitcoin GoldDashEOSEthereumEthereum ClassicIOTA (Binance is one of only two major exchanges where you can buy IOTA)LitecoinNeoOmiseGo+36 more coins Many investors like Binance because they offer coins that often aren’t listed on other exchanges such as Bitcoin Gold, IOTA, and Walton Coin. Transfer Limits Binance is strictly a cryptocurrency exchange, so you’re not able to fund your account with fiat currency. You can only deposit cryptocurrency funds, but there’s no limit on the amount that you can deposit. There are also no fees on any of your deposits. The amount that you can withdraw each day is determined by your verification tier. Without submitting any verification details, you’re placed at Level 1 and can withdraw up to 2 BTC worth of cryptocurrency a day. To be classified as Level 2, you need to enable either two-factor authentication or Google Authenticator. Right now, only Chinese numbers are supported for two-factor authentication. Following that, you need to provide: First nameLast nameGenderCountryPassport IDPassport photoSelfie with passport With Level 2 verification, your daily withdrawal limit increases to 100 BTC. Company Trust I’ve been increasingly interested in Binance recently after seeing it suggested time and time again on forums as a better alternative to Bittrex. Community members seem to love this exchange. Binance is one of the newest exchanges in the industry. The company raised around $15 million in an ICO this past July (2017) and immediately acquired 20,000 registered users as part of the raise. Changpeng Zhao, CEO of Binance, has an impressive resume with years of experience in cryptocurrency. He was the Head of Development at Blockchain, Co-founder and CTO of OKCoin, and the Founder and CEO of BijieTech before working on Binance. Fund Security Information about fund security is not available on the Binance website, and I wasn’t able to find anything on any forums regarding it. This is not a good sign, and I advise you to proceed with caution if you decide to use this exchange. All I can confirm is that Binance allows you to enable two-factor authentication or Google Authenticator for your log-ins. Customer Support The customer support area on the Binance site is lacking in comparison to other exchanges. There’s a short list of FAQs that failed to answer a lot of the questions I had as I was using the platform. Because the website was originally written in Chinese and translated to English, there are sections (especially in the support section) that have confusing grammatical errors. I’m going to give Binance the benefit of the doubt of this, though, because the company is young, and it’s impressive that they support multiple languages this early. You can submit a support ticket through an online form and get a response via email. The official Binance Reddit page states that your ticket won’t be answered by a random support agent but rather by someone integral to the company who knows the system you’re using. Conclusion Even with the love that this exchange gets from the community, I’m staying away until it’s a little bit more established and its security procedures have been proven to be successful. If you’re willing to roll the dice, the myriad of coins and low trading fees found on Binance are unmatched, and you may find that it’s worth the risk to use the exchange.
  7. tendoglass

    STRAT news coming soon!

    Just wanted to give you a update on STRAT and what to expect and when! Keep it Crypto Tendo