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I built a crypto exchange rate calculator

Hey folks. I built a tool to calculate the conversion rate between different cryptocurrencies.
I’ve been into crypto since about 2014. Recently when analysing coins I wanted to calculate the conversion rates between two coins that are not actually trading pairs. So for example how many Dash you get to a Ripple. I couldn’t find a tool to do this online and so I built my own.
It’s live now at http://satoshiprices.com
This is the first iteration of the tool, so I’d love a bit of feedback. Would anyone find this useful? How could it be better? Is there anything wrong with it?
Thanks for taking the time to read this (and hopefully checking out the site).
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[uncensored-r/CryptoCurrency] I built a crypto exchange rate calculator

The following post by rainbowWar is being replicated because some comments within the post(but not the post itself) have been openly 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:
Hey folks. I built a tool to calculate the conversion rate between different cryptocurrencies.
I’ve been into crypto since about 2014. Recently when analysing coins I wanted to calculate the conversion rates between two coins that are not actually trading pairs. So for example how many Dash you get to a Ripple. I couldn’t find a tool to do this online and so I built my own.
It’s live now at http://satoshiprices.com
This is the first iteration of the tool, so I’d love a bit of feedback. Would anyone find this useful? How could it be better? Is there anything wrong with it?
Thanks for taking the time to read this (and hopefully checking out the site).
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Calculate crypto exchange rates between 15 fiat and 2500+ cryptocurrencies- No JavaScript - No ads - Onion address

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Crypto Function for Google Sheets - you can now calculate the latest exchange rates with crypto function for your digital coins

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Bitcoin Units

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bit bit 1,000,000 per bitcoin colloquial "slang" term for microbitcoin (μBTC)
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Loan Repayment - 32K USD Nexo Loan Horror Story

Story time from somebody who wanted to test out Nexo loans.
Feel free to share thoughts in the comments below, but the purpose of this story is just to serve as a warning for anybody considering a serious Nexo loan (like 20k+) be prepared for crazy fees, and extreme difficultly paying back the loan in USD to avoid fees as an American.
I put about 100k USDC to try out Nexo. 8% interest was going well, and it was all pretty cool. I read on all the DeFi lending opportunities (significantly higher interest) and started deploying that capital across a few projects to test and see which are legit etc. (For those of you curious, after a month of research, on the yield side of things, I decided adding liquidity to Uniswap's ETH-USDC pool is appropriate for my risk appetite, and that the APY is 30%+. On the loan side of things, Maker DAO's ETH CDP loans are 0% currently, instant and painless. Its really an amazing experience.)
I also decided to test out the different loan providers (meaning I took out loans) on the DeFi side of things as well as the Nexo side of things. I had about 35k USDC leftover in Nexo with almost the max I could borrow (~32k?)
And then the nightmare began.
  1. Originally I assumed that I would be collecting interest on all my assets in Nexo, but there's the two different wallets (savings, and credit) so of course no more interest yield anymore when I tried doing a loan. Ok.
  2. I learned that Nexo market sells the crypto you use for loan repayment on some unknown exchange they refused to tell me "for security reasons." Try market selling 32k of crypto, you're gonna have slippage on pretty much every market I can think of. Ok... The reason why letting me know what exchange is so that I can calculate the slippage on my order on the market they would sell on and decide if I want to continue with the repayment method or not.
  3. Nexo charges a fee for the sell order (0.26% if I recall correctly from one of my many customer support conversations.) Well thats getting pretty scammy, in my opinion.
  4. Only after I tried repaying the loan (as opposed to before taking a loan) Nexo kindly informs us on the dashboard UI that they will automatically charge the full first month of loan interest "so that the loan system is used as intended" or something like that. Icing on the cake. Seems unnecessary to me. Nice.
About three weeks go by and now I'm in a bind trying to pay this back, because I could realistically be looking at 2-3% in slippage, 0.26% in transaction fee, and about 1% in loan interest after the first month here. That's about $1,363.20 in costs out the gates for a 32k loan, which was not made clear before pulling out the loan. I had to find bits and pieces of this over my many customer support conversations.
Fine. So I start researching how to make this cheaper. So I decide, hey, I'll repay in USD because no slippage, no transaction fee. That removes tons of ambiguity. This is the perfect solution.
...
Nexo says that ACH transfers have to be done from an account matching my name exactly. I bank with one of the biggest US banks (I'll leave out those details so my bank doesn't get social engineered!) they say that ACH is only available under my business account (with of course, my business's name not my personal name) so I must use the "bill pay" feature, which normally does "echecks" if the recipient is "in the system." With my luck, Nexo was not, so they had to cut a physical check. Ok.
7 full days go by, my bank said they cancelled the check because I didn't confirm it. Turns out I had the notification for this specific thing disabled. That sucked. Okay I try again. Meanwhile, almost every day since the second check was sent I followed up with my bank to make sure things work out smoothly.
Okay, great, check is to arrive Friday the 21st.
Friday the 21st comes, and I follow up with Nexo support. They basically say "hey well for checks we physically have to go through them and everybody is out of office now...so you'll have to wait another 2-3 business days."
I was pissed at this point but told them okay and that I'll follow up. Bear in mind I'm accruing another month of interest, which increases the pressure for me here.
So I follow up on Monday and they say they haven't gotten anything, and that I need "official information" on the details of the check. I tell them everything I can read off the bank's app and they say its not good enough.
I check with my bank and they say its delivered. I ask my bank if they can deal with Nexo directly, and they said yeah over the phone. I also ask for "official details" on the payment and the bank provides that for me. Great.
I go back to Nexo and below is the latest correspondence. What I want to point out here is how dodgy I think the support is, and how they make 0 concessions on extreme cases such as mine. I think this was the seventh support person I spoke with during the entire repayment. Every conversation went similar to this, but with me being more and more irate.

Chat started on 26 Aug 2020, 08:27 PM (GMT+0)
(08:27:13) *** Alexander V. Pavlovcik joined the chat ***
(08:27:13) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: I need a phone number so my bank can call you because I’ve been trying to make a payment for the last three weeks to you guys. You claim to never have gotten them and you’re charging me interest
(08:27:14) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: I need a phone number so my bank can call you because I’ve been trying to make a payment for the last three weeks to you guys. You claim to never have gotten them and you’re charging me interest
(08:27:14) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: I need a phone number so my bank can call you because I’ve been trying to make a payment for the last three weeks to you guys. You claim to never have gotten them and you’re charging me interest
(08:27:15) Nexo Customer Support: Hi Alexander V. Pavlovcik! Welcome back. Thanks for your message, please wait a moment while one of our agents attend to you.
(08:27:16) *** Nexo Bot joined the chat ***
(08:27:16) Nexo Bot: Hello from Nexo RoBot!
(08:27:16) Nexo Bot: Hello from Nexo RoBot!
(08:27:17) Nexo Bot: Unfortunately, I am unable to understand your question. Please try to rephrase it or choose one from the list below.
(08:27:17) Nexo Bot: Please let me know how can I help you today? You can also click on the suggested replies.
(08:27:17) Nexo Bot: I am all ears.
(08:27:17) Nexo Bot: Please let me know how can I help you today? You can also click on the suggested replies.
(08:27:18) Nexo Bot: I will do my best to assist you today. Please ask one question at a time.
(08:27:18) Nexo Bot: I will do my best to assist you today. Please ask one question at a time.
(08:27:46) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: Human agent
(08:27:49) Nexo Bot: Would you like me to transfer you to my human colleague?
(08:27:52) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: yes
(08:27:54) Nexo Bot: Please give me a min to start the transfering process.
(08:27:55) Nexo Bot: …
(08:28:27) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: OK
(08:28:30) Nexo Bot: Let me check if someone is available. Is that OK with you?
(08:28:32) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: OK
(08:28:35) Nexo Bot: I can confirm that one of my human colleagues is available. I am transfering this conversation to him/her.
(08:28:35) Nexo Bot: Thank you for chatting with me.
(08:28:35) *** Nexo Bot has transferred chat to Support ***
(08:28:37) Nexo Bot: One of my co-workers will be with you shortly.
(08:28:53) *** Beyhan joined the chat ***
(08:28:55) Beyhan: Hello Alexander V. Pavlovcik and Welcome to Nexo Support! My name is Beyhan. I will be assisting you today.
(08:29:44) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: Ok
(08:29:53) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: I need a phone number so my bank can call you because I’ve been trying to make a payment for the last three weeks to you guys. You claim to never have gotten them and you’re charging me interest
(08:30:14) Beyhan: We do not offer over-the-phone support, unfortunately.
(08:30:49) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: what the hell am I supposed to do now
(08:31:20) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: Check my transcript so you can get up to speed from the last three weeks
(08:31:31) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: Visitor uploaded: list.pdf URL: [[url redacted for reddit]] Type: application/pdf Size: 179195
(08:31:48) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: Here’s proof of payment I need credit to my account
(08:31:49) Beyhan: You can email us at [support@nexo.io](mailto:support@nexo.io) if you have not contacted us there before.
(08:31:53) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: man
(08:31:59) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: its been three weeks
(08:32:09) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: i have two threads on email
(08:32:40) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: This is the second check to go out
(08:34:01) Beyhan: I am unable to find any emails, can you provide your email address?
(08:34:14) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: [[redacted]]
(08:34:24) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: This is the second check to go out
(08:34:32) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: [[redacted]]
(08:34:39) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: These messages are failing to send
(08:35:08) Beyhan: I see you emailed us 15 minutes ago with the document we required.
(08:35:13) Beyhan: Our team will email you soon.
(08:36:00) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: I need some type of phone number for my bank to at least try and speak with somebody on your end before stopping the check
(08:36:16) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: i already tried for three weeks and nothing has been done
(08:36:41) Beyhan: You can let the team working on your case know about this once they reply to your last email.
(08:37:01) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: what about this interest im being charged
(08:37:28) Beyhan: Unfortunately, I'm unable to comment on that before the case has been resolved.
(08:37:44) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: The interest is part of the issues to be resolved
(08:37:59) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: The first issue obviously is the payment situation
(08:38:02) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: the second is the interest
(08:38:12) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: I need my money back
(08:38:17) Beyhan: Great, hopefully, our team will help you out very soon.
(08:38:24) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: its been three weeks man
(08:38:33) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: how about you transfer me to somebody who can help
(08:38:59) Beyhan: But it's not like our team hasn't been responding to your emails.
(08:39:14) Beyhan: Unfortunately, the team behind your case isn't available for chat.
(08:39:17) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: Its circumlocution at best
(08:39:40) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: I dont care about that team they obviously havent been capabale
(08:39:55) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: I need to speak with a higher up who can actually do something about the issue
(08:40:02) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: at least stop the scammy interest on it
(08:40:14) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: its very clear i have the funds and have tried to pay it back
(08:40:36) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: if you guys refuse to accept an ACH transfer from my business account thats on you
(08:40:38) Beyhan: Unfortunately, only I am available on chat at the moment. Our team will review your last email very soon - we will just need your patience.
(08:40:46) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: and if you refuse to speak with my bank on the phone thats also on you guys
(08:41:47) Beyhan: We do not offer over-the-phone support at the moment, unfortunately.
(08:41:57) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: I saw your earlier message
(08:42:08) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: like i said, thats on you guys not me or my bank
(08:42:28) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: as a consequence i shouldnt have to pay the price for your refusal of phone support
(08:42:40) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: in this case thats $200-$300 in interest
(08:42:45) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: thats a scam
(08:43:25) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: Whats the address for nexo?
(08:43:38) Beyhan: Sir, please try to remain calm and wait for the resolution of the case.
(08:43:58) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: Where is nexo incorporated
(08:44:10) Beyhan: Nexo is a European company.
(08:44:14) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: yeah i know
(08:44:17) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: whats the address
(08:44:54) Beyhan: The Nexo Group has legal entities in various locations throughout the world, in order to services 200+ jurisdictions in the most efficient manner and is in compliance with all applicable global and local regulations. https://support.nexo.io/hc/en-us/articles/360008236853-Where-is-Nexo-registered-and-is-it-regulated- For more information, you can email us at [support@nexo.io](mailto:support@nexo.io)
(08:45:27) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: Ok
(08:45:35) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: That was another roundabout answer
(08:45:37) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: im in the united states
(08:45:42) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: who am i reaching out to
(08:45:49) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: with my bank
(08:45:59) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: and eventually legal representation
(08:46:08) Beyhan: Again, please wait for our team's responce.
(08:46:11) Beyhan: response*.
(08:46:31) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: so you’re not going to give me a direct answer on the united states entity
(08:46:42) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: Its contact information / address
(08:47:12) Beyhan: For more information on that you can email [support@nexo.io](mailto:support@nexo.io) or reply to the next email you receive from us.
(08:47:17) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: no
(08:47:18) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: im asking you
(08:47:30) Beyhan: I'm unable to provide that over chat.
(08:47:31) Alexander V. Pavlovcik: so you’re not going to give me the address
(08:48:04) *** Alexander V. Pavlovcik has rated the chat Bad ***
(08:48:04) *** Alexander V. Pavlovcik has commented: Nexo is a scam ***
(08:48:04) *** Alexander V. Pavlovcik left the chat ***

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I'm kinda ok with MCO -> CRO Swap; a indepth personal view

EDIT: this post https://www.reddit.com/Crypto_com/comments/i2yhuz/open_letter_to_kris_from_one_of_cdcs_biggest/ from u/CryptoMines expresses my sentiments and concerns better than I could ever put into words myself. I'd say read his/her post instead.
Very long post ahead, but TL;DR, I actually see this swap as a positive change, despite fearing for what it may do to my portofolio, and having mixed feelings about its consequences on CDC reputation.Before I start, for the sake of context and bias, here's my personal situation as a CDC user:
  1. I'm just a average Joe, with a 500 MCO Jade card. I bough 50 MCO at 5,22€ in September 2019 and staked for Ruby, then bough 440 MCO at 2.47€ in March 2020 and upgraded to Jade. The total amount of MCO I own is currently 515, and everything above the 500 stake is cashback rewards.
  2. I bought MCO exclusively for the card and bonus Earn interest benefits, and had no plans to unstake my MCO. Now with the swap, definetly won't unstake.
  3. The MCO -> CRO conversion rates increased the fiat value of my MCO in about 1000€.
  4. I own a decent amount of CRO, wich I bought at ~0,031€ in March 2020.
  5. The country where I live is crypto friendly and completely crypto-tax free; I only have to pay income tax if I deposit a certain threshold of fiat in my bank.
Take all these factors into account as possible (if not major) influencers or bias on my opinions; both the emotional and economical ones. Call me a fool or a devil's advocate if you want, but keep your torches and pitchforks down. As we say here on Reddit: "Remember the human".-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Like all of you, I woke up to find this anouncement, wich came right the #&@ out of nowere, and gives you little to no options. Good or bad, this announcement arrived as basicly a "comply or die" choice. Emotionally, this came as both terrifying and disgusting; but rationally, I cannot blame CDC for it.
Because wether we like it or not, CDC is a centralized company, and the MCO tokens were never a stock or legally binding contract; something wich pretty much every crypto company or ICO warns in their T&C and risk warnings. Not to mention the mostly unregulated status of the cryptocurrency and. I'll call this "dishonest" any day, but I cannot see it as a "scammy" since I can't see how they broke any rules or terms.
A scammer would take your money/assets away, but CDC is offering you to swap it for another asset wich you can sell right away if you want. And at current price, it is still worth more or less as much fiat as MCO cost at the 5 $/€ wich was more or less the comunity standard used for calculating the card prices. And by that, I mean that the fiat value of 50/500/5000 MCO (as CRO) is actually not far from the 250/2500/25'000 $/€ that the comunity commonly used as standard when calculating the ROI and (under)valuation of MCO.
So CDC is at least trying to give us the option to get (some) our money back, and not at a unfair rate. If you happened to buy MCO at a price higher than this, I can't see how that's CDC's fault, just as I don't see anyone blaming Bitcoin or Altcoins for getting them stuck at the top of the 2017 bubble burst.
I read many posts in this reddit calling this a "backstab" and "betrayal" of early investors and for the people who "believed in MCO". Emotionally, I share your sentiment.But after thinking it for a while, I'd say this was actually very rewarding for early investors and long term MCO supporters. As CDC clearly sates in the swap rules; nobody is going to lose their card tier or MCO stake benefits (at least not yet), and your stake DOES NOT unstake automatically after 180 days. Actually, so far they never did unstake automatically, you had to manually unstake yourself.
With this in mind, everyone who already got their cards, or at least staked MCO to reserve one, basicly got them 3-5 times cheaper than future users; and IMHO, now the $/€ price of cards feels more fair and sustainable compared to their benefits.So in a sense, everyone who supported and believed on the MCO for its utility (i.e. the card and app benefits) has been greatly rewarded with perks that they get to keep, but are now out of reach for a lot of people.Likewise, the people who believed and invested in CRO (for whatever reason), have also been rewarded, as their CRO tokens now have more utility.
So either the price of CRO crashes down to around 0.05 $/€, or the people who bought MCO/CRO early or cheap are now massively benefited. But then again, so is everyone who bought or mined Bitcoin in its early days, or invested in Bitcoin at crucial points of its history... how is that unfair? Some people bought Ethereum at 1'400 $ on a mix of hopes/promises that it would continue to rise; it didn't. And even today with DeFi and ETH 2.0 ever closer, it is still far from that price.
And I know what some of you are thinking: "The cards aren't avaiable in my country yet, that's why I didn't buy/stake."Well, they weren't avaiable in my country either when I staked 50 MCO. Heck, the cards weren't avaiable in anyones country when MCO started, but many people still bought it and staked it. That's exacly what "early adopter", "long supporter" and "believing in MCO" means.
On the other hand, the people who invested on MCO as a speculative asset and decided to HODL and hoard MCO, hoping for its price to moon and then sell MCO at big profit, had their dreams mercilessly crushed by this swap... and good lord, I feel their pain.But this is also where I'll commit the sin of being judgemental, because IMHO, speculating on MCO never made any sense to me; MCO was a utility token, not a value token, so it should not (and could not) ever be worth more than the value of its utility. That's basicly how stablecoins and PAXG are able to stay stable; because nobody will pay more/less than the value of the asset/service they represent.
Tough now that I'm looking at the new card stake tiers in CRO, I have to give credit to the MCO hodlers I just now criticised; maybe you were right all along. Unless the price of CRO crashes or corrects, I wich case, I un-rest my case.
One thing I'll agree with everyone tough, is that I fell that CDC just suckerpunched it's comunity. Because even if we have no vote on its decisions (wich again, we aren't necessarily entitled to, since they are a privante and centralized business) they should/could have warned that this was in their plans well in advance; if anything to allow those who wouldn't like it to exit this train calmly.
Also the CRO stake duration reset. The mandatory reset of your CRO stake for taking advantage of the early swap bonus feels like another gut-punch.
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Now that we got emotional feelings out of the way, here's my sentiment about how this will affect the overall CDC ecossystem.
One common criticism of the sustainability of MCO was that its supply cap could never allow a large number of cards to be issued, and how could CDC keep paying the cashbacks and rebates. On the oposite corner, one of the major criticisms of the sustainability of CRO, was it's ridiculously huge supply cap and inflation caused by the gradual un-freezing and release of more CRO into the system.
But now that MCO and CRO became one, it might just have made both issues more sustainable. Now the huge supply cap of CRO makes more sense, as it allows a much larger number of future users to stake for cards (at higher costs, but still). And because most card cashback is small parcels, this large supply also ensures that CDC can keep paying said cashbacks for a long time; especially since it can be semi-renewable trough the trading fees we pay in CRO.
Before this, the MCO you got as cashback had no use, other than selling it for fiat or speculate on its price. But CRO can be used, at the very least, to receive a discount on trading fees. And everytime you pay trading fees in CRO or spend CRO on a Syndicate event, some of that CRO goes back to CDC, wich they can use to keep paying the cahsback/rebates.
And keep in mind, the technicalities of CRO can be changed, as well as the perks and utilities it can be used for. So even if this current model doesn't fix everything (wich it probably doesn't) it can still be changed to patch problems or expand its use.
Another obvious potentially positive outcome of this, is that now CDC only has to focus on 1 token, so it makes it easier to manage and drive its value. People complained that CDC was neglecting MCO over promoting CRO, but now they can focus on both services (cards/exchange) at the same time. Sure, this might not bring much advantage to the common customer, but its probably a major resource saver and optimizer at corporate levels; wich in the long term ultimately benefits its customers.
Much like Ethereum is undergoing major changes to ensure its scalability, the crypto companies themselves also have to change to acommodate the growing number of users, especially as the cryptomarket and DeFi are growing and becoming more competitive. Business strategies that were once successfull became obsolete, and exchanges that once held near-monopolies had to adjust to rising competitors. There is no reason why CDC shouldn't keep up with this, or at least try to.
Point is, the financial markets, crypto or otherwise, are not a status quo haven. And when something is wrong, something has to be changed, even if it costs. The very rise of cryptocurrencies and blockchain, wich is why we are here in the first place, is a perfect example of this, as it experiments and provides alternatives to legacy/traditional products and technologies.
Was this the best solution to its current problems? Is this what will protect us as customers from a potentially unsustainable business model? I have no idea.
This change ripped me too from my previous more or less relaxed status quo (the safety of the value of the CRO I bough for cheap), along with CRO late investors wich now probably fear for the devaluation of their CRO. To say nothing of the blow this represents for my trust (and I believe everyone elses trust) on CDC and its public relations. It's not what CDC did, it's how they did it.
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Wether you actually bothered to read all I wrote or just skip everything (can't blame you), I'm eager to hear your opinions and whatever criticisms on my opinions you may have.
If you just want to vent at me, you are welcome too; now you can raise your pitchforks and torches.
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Crypto.com Visa Card: $50 bonus, Free Spotify, 10% cashback on groceries, 1-5% on everything else

Crypto.com changed the conditions for their Visa card earlier this month making it much cheaper to get one. The cards no longer work with their old MCO cryptocurrency but with their newer CRO coin that they also use for their other products.
For the Ruby Steel card tier you now need to buy CRO coin for ~ £129 / €144 and hold it for 6 months (they call it 'staking'). With this tier you get Spotify for free, 10% cashback on groceries, 2% on all your other purchases and a $50 sign-up bonus in CRO coin that you can cash out right away. You can easily recoup the initial cost in less than 4 months (see calculation below) and after that you can still use the benefits.
Important note: you don't need to put crypto on the card, you can just load it with GBP and spend it!
(For those who already have the card, here are the details of the MCO Swap programme in which your MCO is exchanged for CRO with a 20% bonus)
I would appreciate it if you'd sign up through my link: https://platinum.crypto.com/sxzbhwuqje or use code sxzbhwuqje in the app. You will also be eligible for the $50 bonus then (see below). Non-ref link (no bonus): https://crypto.com

What is Crypto.com?

Crypto.com offers an app with which you can easily buy and sell cryptocurrencies without additional cost. The company exists since 2016 and now they have 3 million users.
Next to trading within the app you can also get interest on your cryptocurrencies up to 12% (complete overview here), similar to the likes of Celsius and BlockFi.

The Crypto.com Visa card

Through their app Crypto.com also offers a Visa card. This is a debit Visa card tied to the CRO cryptocurrency. There are 5 different card tiers and you get:
All cashbacks and bonuses are paid in the CRO cryptocurrency. You can immediately sell the CRO in the app for pounds/euros, which you can use again for purchases with the card if you want.
To get one of the non-free card tiers you need to buy CRO coin and stake them, which means holding on to them for 6 months. After the 6 months you can sell them again at the then current rate. The price of CRO is currently around £0,129 / €0,144, meaning that you have to lock £129 / €144 for six months to get the Ruby Steel card. You can earn this back in less than 4 months (see below),
These are the lower three card tiers:
Card Tier Midnight Blue Ruby Steel Jade Green/Royal Indigo
Stake (hold) None (free card) 1000 CRO (~ £129 / €144) 10000 CRO (~ £1440 / €1360)
Bonus after staking None $50 (in CRO) $50 (in CRO)
Cashback % 1% 2% 3%
Monthly Spotify Rebate No Yes Yes
Monthly Netflix Rebate No No Yes
LoungeKey Airport Lounge Access No No Yes
Metal card No Yes Yes

Calculation example payback time (less than 4 months)

Below I've made an example calculation for the payback time of the Ruby Steel card, assuming a spend of £1000 / €1000 monthly with the card and that you use Spotify. After less than 4 months you will have earned back your initial investment :)
But, additionally you also have the extra 10% back on groceries until the end of September and the worth of your CRO coins that you locked for 6 months. Even if they would be worth only half of what they are worth today, you'd still have a value of £64 / €72 which you could add to the value mentioned in the table below (see below about price expectation) .
Value
$50 bonus immediately after staking £38 / €42
2% cashback on all purchases with the card (assuming montly spend of £1000 / €1000 during 4 months) £80 / €80
Spotify rebate (£10 / €10 per month) £40 / €40
Total £158 / €162

CRO Value

Cryptocurrencies can be volatile, which means that the price can sometimes rise or fall quickly. So keep that in mind if you use a product like this. I personally think that the risk is now limited, because the price of the card has decreased and you can recoup it quite quickly.

Notes

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Weekly Wrap: This Week In Chainlink August 10 - August 16

Weekly Wrap: This Week In Chainlink August 10 - August 16

Smart Contract Summit - August 28-29

SmartCon will feature the top minds and builders of smart contracts and celebrate our incredible community, thriving ecosystem & cutting-edge research. Experience a mix of keynotes, panel discussions, live demos, developer workshops, and networking with the community. We made registration complimentary so everyone can participate.
New Speakers announced this week include:

Announcements and Integrations 🎉

We’re excited to launch the Chainlink Bug Bounty Program on Gitcoin: https://gitcoin.co/blog/gitcoin-chainlink-bug-bounty-program. With support from the Chainlink Community Grant Program, this program allows us to work with more great security experts to further improve Chainlink.

Liechtenstein cryptoassets exchange @lcx is becoming a data provider on the Chainlink network. Their daily exchange rates for digital assets can serve as the basis for calculating valuations on financial statements, tax returns and more.

Cryptocurrency exchange @BitrueOfficial is consuming Chainlink's live Price Reference Data. As a decentralized source of on-chain price feeds, users can now independently verify the fairness of Bitrue's price quotes used for loan issuance and liquidation.

Plasm Network, a smart contract platform built using Substrate, is actively consuming Chainlink's ETH/USD & BTC/USD Price Reference Data feeds on mainnet as a means of pricing assets within its lockdrop. This is the first of many future integrations.

Staked.us is now a Chainlink node operator, further decentralizing Chainlink's Price Reference Data. Staked provides highly available security audited infrastructure, and has over 3 years of experience running POS nodes that secure millions of dollars.

Crypto payment platform Swipe Wallet is consuming a custom SXP/USD Chainlink Price Reference Data feed live on mainnet. This price oracle helps Swipe decentralize its operations, serving as a transparent on-chain price for reward issuances & token burns.

Decentralized derivatives platform Opium Network has launched a live YFI/ETH Chainlink Price Reference Data feed. "Chainlink helped us launch this price feed within a matter of days to meet market demand," says Opium Founder, Andrey Belyakov

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What can smart contracts solve? Making lottery games more reliable, secure, and trustworthy is one! Learn how you can build a decentralized provably random perpetual lottery on the Ethereum platform in Solidity using a Chainlink VRF and Chainlink Alarm.

In our second DeFi series article, we examine how permissionless composability enables rapid innovation within DeFi. The result is the formation of a parallel financial ecosystem of features like DEX aggregators, flash loans, no-loss savings games & more.
Thank you to the Aave team for contributing! “One of the biggest value propositions of DeFi is the interoperability by default. This means that anyone can build a product by combining two protocols, such as Aave & Synthetix, & provide new user experience,” said Aave Founder & CEO, Stani Kulechov.

Chainlink's External Adapter architecture gives blockchain developers a flexible framework to unlock any data resource to power their dApps. We explore how you can connect your smart contract to any off-chain API today on mainnet, using Chainlink.

Watch a replay of the live video Q&A with Joe Yu (Top Researcher) and Frida Cai (Global Strategic Partner) of Sperax. The discussion will be centered on decentralized oracles meeting the needs of Sperax, the integration of Chainlink, and their unique approach to decentralized finance (DeFi).

Join us for a video Q&A with Sandeep Nailwal, the COO of Matic Network. The discussion will be centered on decentralized oracles meeting the needs of Matic Network, and the increasing developer usage of Matic’s blockchain, and future of blockchain gaming.

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View all open roles at https://careers.smartcontract.com
Are there other community content and celebrations that we missed? Post them in the comments below! ⤵️
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Wildland Update and Golem Foundation FAQ

After a lot of Q&As during the last two days, which happened rather spontaneously as our reaction to your frustration with our insufficient communication, we have decided to put together some of the things we said and some new stuff within this update & FAQ.
We will communicate again about our progress in September.
Also, we are always here to talk with you.

Wildland Update

What is Wildland about?
Wildland introduces a change to the current paradigm of how we do and consume computing and information technology. We propose a switch from a service-focused to a data-oriented paradigm. Another way of looking at this paradigm shift is a replacement of the predominant top-down paradigm, especially in the context of infrastructure building, with a bottom-up paradigm.
Who is going to use Wildland and why?
Wildland offers individuals a better way of interacting and managing their information (data) with an improved control over this data. What we or other teams or individuals are able to build on top of it (and for whom specifically) is still somehow speculational.
The initial value added for individuals will be the ability to more efficiently interact with the data from a filesystem level and easily combine different backends and migrate between them.
For teams and individuals willing to use Wildland for their own projects, the possibility of separating their app (or service) from the user’s data should be interesting. This approach should be further incentivized by the UDO.
Why Wildland is called Wildland?
Because of the bottom-up paradigm of infrastructure building we see the development of Wildland and its adoption as an organic process, similar to a growth of wild (data) forest.
What have you done so far?
We’ve finalized conceptual work (you can see it Wildland paper and model) and we are working on the first implementation. This task is decomposed into:
Apart from that, we are working on a marketplace and software connecting Wildland to various types of backends. We will use them to bootstrap Wildland, but the end game here is to have other parties using our tools or creating their own to join Wildland marketplace and offer their backends.
We have also done our homework with an analysis of software, services and applications that are relevant to Wildland. That includes, but is not limited to, in-depth analysis of existing cloud storage services, their properties and pricing. Some of the results have confirmed what we had already known (if you are ready to give up control - security and privacy - you can get very cheap or even free storage) other generated insights we had not expected at all.
All of that is work in progress, with some of the components close to being functional and others still needing a lot of work. While we had waited with the publication of our paper until April, the development of the client started a few months earlier (the initial phase of development was also about validating some of the key ideas from the paper).
What are the plans for the months to come?
We want to continue the work described above, gradually preparing for the first release. Apart from the work described above, this will include finalizing a go-to-market strategy, opening repositories and starting communication oriented on potential users (including developers).
And yes, we will communicate more with you from now on.
Why are you not marketing Widland?
Because we do not want to do that prematurely. We will not start any marketing before there is something people can see, play with and either find useful or give us constructive feedback.
Why GNT is burned and not used as medium-of-exchange token?
GNT is already used as a medium-of-exchange token in Golem Network. The nature of payment for storage is a bit different than for computing: while in Golem Network we are talking about low-amount transactions within a short period of time, in Wildland case we are talking about larger transactions over a longer period of time. This means much more exposition to exchange rate volatility, to the point where the whole system becomes unstable and prone to economic attacks. On the other hand, using stable coins should mean easier adoption and simpler gateways.
How is Wildland related to Golem Foundation?
Wildland is the first flagship initiative of Golem Foundation. Although Wildland is our primary focus at the moment, in the future Golem Foundation is going to engage in various other activities that correspond with its statutory purpose (see below), possibly in direct or indirect cooperation with Golem Factory. Also, it is worth emphasizing that some building blocks of Wildland, in particular the crypto-economic layer (including the UDO - User-Defined Organization and UPS - Unified Payment System), if successfully implemented, may turn out to be useful in Golem Network as well as in other marketplace-centered blockchain projects.

Golem Foundation FAQ

What is Golem Foundation’s purpose? Why was Golem Foundation created?
Golem Foundation was founded and funded by Golem Factory GmbH in 2019.
Based on almost five years of hands-on experience of building Golem as a single team since 2014, we decided that the optimal way forward is to split the efforts into two separate entities: Golem Factory being responsible for the development of Golem Network and Golem Foundation with the statutory purpose of pursuing novel approaches to the value proposition of Golem and GNT. The rationale behind creating a new entity was simple: more flexibility and out-of-the box thinking in these R&D/innovative activities on the one hand, and on the other hand less distraction and interference in the current development of Golem Network.
How is Golem Foundation related to Golem Factory GmbH?
Golem Factory GmbH and Golem Foundation are independent from each other, i.e. there is no personal overlap between shareholders of Golem Factory GmbH and the Foundation Council at Golem Foundation. However, both entities recognize the liabilities resulting from the 2016 crowdfunding of Golem.
How is Golem Foundation related to Golem crowdfunding and GNT?
Golem Foundation accepted a part of the liabilities resulting from the 2016 crowdfunding in its statutory documents. In particular, the purpose of Golem Foundation expressed in the founding deed states that: The Foundation’s purpose is promoting and developing new technologies, solutions and applications within the scope of the Golem project or promoting and developing new technologies, solutions and applications that create a value proposition for ‘Golem Network Token (GNT) as specified in the GNT Creation and GOLEM Project Creation Conditions: Explanatory Note and Governance Terms’ document.
What was the Foundation's budget in the first year (July 2019 - June 2020)?
In USD equivalents, Golem Foundation spent approximately USD 660k* in the first year of its operations (i.e. until June 30, 2020). 71% of this amount was directly allocated to the development of Wildland by two teams set up by Golem Foundation contractors as well as developers and researchers directly engaged by the Foundation. The remainder (29%) was spent on operations of the Foundation, including salaries of the Foundation Council as well as external services such as accounting, tax/legal services, domicile services etc. This category includes some one-off expenditures required by the process of setting up the Foundation (mostly legal services).
* Expenditures in 2020 based on provisional calculations.
How was Golem Foundation’s budget calculated? How is Wildland budget related to Golem Foundation’s budget?
For starters, this is the budget for the entirety of Golem Foundation activities. While Wildland is our central focus at the moment, the Foundation’s purpose is much broader, which also requires sufficient financial resources. This means that the scope of Golem Foundation operations is – in a way – open-ended and by no means limited to developing Wildland.
When deciding on creating an entity independent from Golem Factory and with a separate budget (though strictly limited by Golem Foundation's statutory purpose) the priority was to make sure Golem Factory has sufficient runway to secure the development of Golem Network – as it is defined today. The remaining amount was transferred to Golem Foundation to allow for more flexibility and experimentation aimed at bringing novel value propositions to GNT and Golem.
Why are you not informing about activities of Golem Foundation?
We were (and still are) focused on Wildland, and as it is in pre-marketing phase, we wanted to wait until we have more to show you. We understand that you want to know what we do and we will be talking about our work more and more often in the future.
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Why choose Bitcoin Cash?

Some of you might be coming to this sub, and wondering why so many people support Bitcoin Cash. This is directly answered in the pinned FAQ, and also briefly goes over the history of the sub. Now onto why Bitcoin Cash has huge potential when it comes to changing the world:
Bitcoin Cash was created with the purpose of bringing economic freedom to everyone all across the globe. With the current banking, financial, and payment systems, there are many issues when it comes to the usability of money. These issues are:
- Sending money across the globe without having to pay high fees (percentage fees), and waiting days or even weeks for your transfer to go through
- Having payment options like Visa and Mastercard that help deal with high-volume business, but having to pay a flat fee ($0.15), and a fee of 2%-3% per purchase
- Having full control over your money, so the government can't devalue your savings by printing more money for their personal interests
- Being able to use your money however you like, without having to get permission from an intermediary, middleman, or financial institution
- Being able to know how much money will be circulating at any given time in the future
- Paying high fees (4%+) for converting currency when travelling
Let's take a look at how Bitcoin Cash solves these problems:
Remittance
When it comes to sending money across the globe from one bank account to another, often times the fees will be very high because when your bank is sending money, it has to go through several intermediary banks that each take from the initial amount of money, making the process slow, and expensive. Currently, Western Union is advertising "free" transfers of currency across the globe. Seems like a good deal, right? Well here's the thing: they're tricking you into thinking that transfers are free when they're actually making money off of the exchange rate. We believe that money (digital cash) should be as frictionless as possible, and that a user shouldn't have to deal with transfer fees, and have to get permission to transfer their money from one bank to another. Currently, the fees on Bitcoin Cash are only $0.0007, and we plan on keeping them that low.
Payment Systems
When it comes to traditional payment systems, like Visa, Mastercard, and American Express, credit card companies often charge a 2%-3% fee on every transaction that takes place, and a transaction can take anywhere from 24-36 hours to confirm, and go into a merchant's bank account. These payment systems are both slow and expensive. With Bitcoin Cash, your funds are available instantly for you to spend, but if you want to take extra security measures, you can always wait ~10 minutes for a confirmation to go through.
Control Over Your Own Money
With the banking system as we currently know it, one of the biggest problems is the lack of control your have over your own money. Every year, people are forced to pay taxes to politicians only to have their money basically wasted on providing effectively nothing to them. Bitcoin Cash solves this problem by giving you full control over your money. Making a wallet does not require anyone to give ID, personal information, or anything that could potentially lead to the government having any say in what you can do with your hard-earned money. Another issue with traditional currencies is the inflationary nature of them. This is another form of taxation that doesn't appear to be as bad as taxing, but it's just a different way of taking money from the hands of citizens. When the government prints more money, your savings get devalued, meaning that the government has effectively stolen money without physically "stealing" it. With Bitcoin Cash, the inflation relies on a purely mathematical system in which the maximum number of Bitcoins will always be 21 million. With mathematical certainty, you can always be sure of the exact supply of Bitcoins based on the block number. I made a graph that helps illustrate this with >99.99997% accuracy on how many Bitcoin Cash will be in circulation based on the block height. This works for Bitcoin, and Bitcoin SV too. You can check the accuracy by putting the block height/number in the brackets of the second expression.
Currency Conversion
Have you ever travelled to another country where you had to convert to the local currency in order to be able to use it? If so, you would've realized that conversion rates can often be very high, and it is impractical to do unless you're converting a large sum of money. Our idea is to increase merchant adoption so that Bitcoin Cash can have its own economy, so it doesn't matter where in the world you are, you can always use Bitcoin Cash, and not have to worry about conversion fees. If you want to "convert" to another currency, you can always use SLP tokens that will eventually come in a variety of local fiat currencies in the near future. Tether USDT is already planning to make SLP tokens too. This is also a great alternative if you aren't sure whether you want to put your money into crypto, and want to stick with fiat instead. Think of SLP tokens as "paper" tokens on top of Bitcoin Cash that can be sent and received for fractions of a penny!
How to use Bitcoin Cash for Buying Goods and Services
Right now, there are many ways you can use Bitcoin Cash, including local usage, and online usage. If you want to see which merchants near you accept Bitcoin Cash, you can check using map.bitcoin.com and see which local merchants are accepting Bitcoin Cash. If you want to buy things online, you can use purse.io, and get 30% off on any Amazon purchase, so you contribute to the economy of growing Bitcoin Cash, and get a great deal for any item you want to buy!
TL;DR: Bitcoin Cash is sound money which you have full control over your own money, and allows you to send any amount of money, anywhere in the world, instantly, and practically for free. If you have any additional questions, feel free to comment.
Resources:
Bitcoin Inflation Graph: https://www.desmos.com/calculatolaijpbrh4s
Buy things on Amazon using Bitcoin Cash: https://purse.io/shop
purse.io chrome extension: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/purse-shop-with-bitcoin-b/amdginnpaflghjbbdkfenpekaeifnpee
See which local merchants accept Bitcoin Cash: https://map.bitcoin.com/
Wallets with Bitcoin Cash: Electron Cash, Bitcoin.com Wallet, Exodus, Badger Wallet
Bitcoin Cash website: https://bitcoincash.org
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There may be a number of ways to buy and sell Dogecoin with Paypal. Paypal deals for huge bitcoin, Ripple, and other cryptocurrency platforms. However, there are some of the internet markets that have accrued invisible payments where you have to pay after doing the transaction, which in short is a trap. Here on our platform, you wouldn't get the sort of patronized investing because we believe in accountability for our customers. It will be very easy for you to use our platform. You just need to take a few steps. Next, you need to exchange money to dogecoin and hold it in the e-wallet that has a special code after you get it you can sell dogecoin with PayPal and pass it to USD dollars. Once again, don't go to the person who has secret costs and who has the best rates for our services.

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Defi Coins List In Detail

A Detail List Of Defi Coin

Lending

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[Reference] My interaction experience with TWELVE TSs and Non TSs

I have just made my "first" rep haul with Aaron and would like to share my experience with various sellers and the price difference I was given. I say my "first" haul with quotation marks because I purchased a LV wallet with Nina before, but I refuse to count it as my first because...it's one wallet🙄
First, I wanted lots of different items. I wanted a couple bags, some summer shoes, 365 all around flats, brooches, and accessories here and there (twilly, watch, etc. Something small and cute). Because I wanted lots of small things, I didn't want to be a time waster and held myself off from asking things unless I really wanted to go for it.
My first group of victims. The item I was asking for was the vintage Chanel purse (this is the colour I wanted), which I ended up buying. This model was a season purse back in 2017 or sometime around then. I wasn't sure if anyone had it in stock until I came across the non TS Anniestuio's yupoo. The sellers are listed chronologically :

Seller Name Contact Info for Any Non-TS English? Y/N (not that it matters but it provides a lesser chance of getting lost in translation ) Price quoted
NTS Anniestudio Wechat Y USD $400
TS Morgan TS contact list Y -
TS Elaine TS contact list Kinda😅 USD $240
TS Aaron TS contact list Whatsapp:Y**/Wechat: N 1400 CNY before 10% DC (Approx 200 USD)

Expanded review:
This was my journey to the vintage chevron. When I first heard Annie's price, I got discouraged and began to look for another bag. And I did suspect that Annie marked her price way up, because I have seen products from the same factory (Yunding, ID'd by Morgan) selling for less. I wouldn't have minded the price if there was some thorough reviews of the products manufactured by them, but could not.
So I started to look for this Chanel Reissue Waist bag. Here comes my second group of victims:
Seller Name Contact Info for Any Non-TS Factory Name if ID is possible Factory Pictures English? Y/N Price quoted
TS Pink TS contact list - Link Y -
Ms K (La Paris Studio) Non-TS Shop IG - - Y -
TS Aaron TS contact list - Link N 1450 CNY (approx 203 USD)
TS Emily TS contact list Marble, but is this Marble? I thought it was OF Link Y USD $324
NTS Ray Yuppo now down. Wechat:ttraying No idea Link Y USD $195
TS Vvken TS contact list - - ? 2000 CNY
TS Nina TS contact list White Chair Link Y 1100 CNY (approx 154 USD)
Damn... it really does look like I harassed all these poor guys but let me reassure you-- I asked for the stock and price, and then just left it there without additional requests. I really hope the sellers were not annoyed too much by me too:
Okay, this list is getting ridiculously long. But I must continue writing. The other item I was interested in were Chanel brooches, just anything that caught my eyes. I saw some pictures on the sellers' albums and contacted for the price. Here comes the third group:

Seller Name Contact Info for Any Non-TS English? Y/N Price range for Chanel brooches
NTS Gang Yupoo Y around USD $15
NTS Ray Yuppo now down. Wechat:ttraying Y Most of stock priced at USD $30
NTS Summer IG Y around USD $100


....and that's it for my victims. But let me also add some sellers that I have not sent any inquiries to, but exchanged greetings with and this is my impression of them:


So, let's finally move onto our winner, Aaron.
I started the conversation with Aaron after I saw those Chanel shoes I ended up getting on his shoes account. He redirected me to the shoes account person (his bro), but I asked about the Chanel waist bag before finishing the interaction since I got a good vibe about him. He said he doesn't have the bag in stock, but can contact the supplier and get it for me. That was so sweet, but I didn't make up my mind right away because I couldn't figure out which factory it was from and how their products were.
After a couple days, I talked with Elaine and got quote for the Chanel vintage. I was about to purchase from Elaine, but then I remembered that Aaron said that he can "contact the supplier" for me. I eventually wanted to get those shoes I saw too, and thought why not ask and save on shipping. I asked, and sure enough Aaron said he can do it, hurray!
It took him a day to provide the confirmation of the stock and the price. I had to bite my lips and annoyed Aaron ("any updates :) ?") and he gave me the price ($400-> Elaine's $240->Aaron's $206) and after his promo discount it came to 1260 CNY (approx $177 USD). I told him as soon as I heard the price: "It's mine now". He only had this colour that's at the end of the page, which I can't figure out if it's beige or yellow, but I really liked the design so it didn't matter.
I'm a cheap ass bitch, so once I told him that I'll buy I asked him I want some shoes too and asked if he can offer combined shipping. He said sure, and I contacted his shoe account and sent him the pics of the shoes I wanted. Aaron's brother passed me back to Aaron to calculate the total, then I threw the LV wallet in on top of everything.
Being the cheap ass bitch I am, I asked him to not include any boxes that just the dust bags are fine, since packagings add bulk to the parcel and increase the shipping $$. Sure, I lose the pretty boxes and the fun unwrapping them but it's not worth extra 10+ bucks.
He agreed and the total for the parcel via EMS with two pairs of shoes+wallet+bag came to be 350 CNY (apprx $50) to New York. I sent him the money via Transferwire, just because I never used it before and decided to try it, also I can avoid F&F fee on Paypal, and had read that they have the best exchange rate. The transfer isn't instant so I wouldn't recommend it for items on sale, but mine was all full price so Aaron was fine waiting. Aaron thanked me at least six times for supporting his business 😂You'd think I spent thousands of $$ with him.
This is the end of my seller interaction reference. It ended up being so much longer than I expected. I salute all you girls for going through my long rant. Now looking back at it, I contacted so many sellers, but at the end of the day I am the customer and I can decide where and with whom I want to spend my money with. I really don't think people should refrain themselves from asking A FEW questions about the products as long as you're not bothering them with 100 questions on a product you're not even half way serious about. As a result, I did save over $200 from my initial $400 quote from Annie's studio.
My total transaction came to be: Chanel vintage chevron (anniestudio stock pic)¥1260 + LV wallet ¥324+Chanel shoes ¥504+ Dior Shoes¥459+EMS¥350=2897 CNY, the listed price includes 10% promo dc. I'll write the actual review once I get my purchase. I sure won't forget my review of Gang's brooches when I make the transaction and receive those too!
Until then, Happy shopping 😚
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Bittrex Review: One of the First Crypto Exchanges| Final Part

Bittrex Review: One of the First Crypto Exchanges| Final Part

4. Transaction Fees

Transferring funds across the blockchain and withdrawing them from Bittrex costs a fee for customers, with the rate unique for every coin.
Bittrex Global charges no commission for deposits. Please keep in mind that some tokens or cash may be required to perform a transaction by a crypto coin or token’s community. Bittrex crypto exchange can’t keep away from it.
Every token or coin has a blockchain transaction fee that is built in it, and the Bittrex fee is a small amount to cover this charge. You can view the fee percentage for every coin or token by clicking Withdrawal near to the coin. There you will see a transaction fee you will be charged for withdrawing a specific coin or token.
In the example below, the withdrawal fee amounts to 1 USDT
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The transaction fee for Bitcoin came to 0.00050000 BTC
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5. Trading Fees

The fee schedule below provides the applicable rate based on the account's 30-Day Volume and if the order is a maker or taker.
Bittrex Global Fee30 Day Volume (USD)MakerTaker$0k - $50k0.2%0.2%$50k - $1M0.12%0.18%$1M - $10M0.05%0.15%$10M - $60M0.02%0.1%$60M+0%0.08%>$100MContact TAM representative
Trading expenses are incurred when an order is prepared by means of the Bittrex worldwide matching engine. While an order is being executed, the purchaser and the vendor are charged a rate primarily based on the order’s amount. The fee charged by Bittrex exchange is calculated by the formula amount * buy rate * fee. There aren't any charges for placing an order which is not being executed so far. Any portion of an unfinished order will be refunded completely upon order cancelation.
Prices vary depending on the currency pair, monthly trade volume, and whether the order is a maker or taker. Bittrex reserves the right to alternate fee quotes at any time, including offering various discounts and incentive packages.

Monthly Volume

Your buying and selling volume affects the fee you pay for every order. Our expenses are built to encourage customers who ensure liquidity in the Bittrex crypto exchange markets. Your buying and selling charges are reduced according to your trade volume for the last 30 years in dollars.
Bittrex calculates the 30-day value every day, updating every account's volume calculation and buying and selling charge between of 12:30 AM UTC and 01:30 AM UTC every day.
You can check your monthly trade volume by logging in and opening Account > My Activity.
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6. Withdrawing Funds

Withdrawing any type of funds is likewise simple. You can profit by buying and selling Bitcoin, Ether, or any other cryptocurrency.
You determine the crypto address—to which the amount will be credited—and the transaction amount. The withdrawal fee will be automatically calculated and shown right away.
After confirming the transaction, the finances will be sent to the specified addresses and all that you need to do is to wait for the community to confirm the transaction.
If the 2FA is enabled, then the user receives a special code (via SMS or application) to confirm the withdrawal.

7. How to Trade on Bittrex Global

Currency selling and buying transactions are performed using the Sell and Buy buttons, accordingly.
To begin with, the dealer selects a currency pair and sees a graph of the rate dynamics and different values for the pair.
Below the chart, there is a section with orders where the user can buy or sell a virtual asset.
To create an order, you just need to specify the order type, price, and quantity. And do not forget about the 0.25% trade fee whatever the quantity.
For optimum profit, stay with liquid assets as they can be quickly sold at a near-market rate effective at the time of the transaction. Bittrex offers no referral program; so buying and selling crypto is the easiest way to earn.
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Order Types

Bittrex helps you alternate Limit and Stop-Limit orders.
A limit order or a simple limit order is performed when the asset fee reaches—or even exceeds—the price the trader seeks. To execute such an order, it is required that there's a counter market order on the platform that has the identical fee as the limit order.

Differences between Limit Order and Stop Limit Order

A stop limit order is a mixture of a stop limit order and a limit order. In such an application, charges are indicated—a stop charge and the limit.

Stop Limit Order Purpose

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Trade Terminal

Let’s discuss how you could trade conveniently with our service.
The key features include a user-friendly interface and precise currency pair statistics (timeframe graphs, network data, trade volumes, and so forth).
The platform’s top-notch advantage is handy, easy-to-analyze, customizable charts. There is also a column for quick switching between currency pairs and an order panel beneath the fee chart. Such an all-encompassing visual solution helps compare orders efficiently and in one place.
You can use the terminal in a day or night mode; when in the night mode, the icon in the upper-right corner changes and notice the Bittrex trading terminal in night mode is displayed. The main menu consists of 4 sections: Markets, Orders, Wallets, Settings.
Markets are the trade section. Bittrex allows handling over 270 currency pairs.
Orders. To see all open orders, go to OrdersOpen.
To see completed orders, go to OrdersCompleted.
Wallets. The Wallets tab displays many wallets for all cryptocurrencies supported by the exchange and the current balance of each of them.
After refilling the balance or creating a buy or sale order, you will see all actions in the section. Bittrex allows creating a separate wallet for every coin. Additionally, you can see how the coin price has changed, in terms of percentage, throughout the day.
Here’s what you can also do with your wallets:
  • Hide zero balances: hide currencies with zero balance
  • Green and red arrows: replenish balance/withdraw funds
  • Find: search for a cryptocurrency
The Settings section helps manage your account, verification, 2FA, password modification, API connection, and many more.

How to Sell

The process of selling crypto assets follows the same algorithm. The only difference is that after choosing the exchange direction, you need to initiate a Sell order. All the rest is similar: you select the order type, specify the quantity and price, and click Sell *Currency Name* (Sell Bitcoin in our case).
If you scroll the screen, the entire history of trades and orders will be displayed below.

LONG and SHORT

You can make a long deal or a short deal. Your choice depends on whether you expect an asset to fall or rise in price.
Long positions are a classic trading method. It concerns purchasing an asset to profit when its value increases. Long positions are carried out through any brokers and do not require a margin account. In this case, the trader’s account must have enough funds to cover the transaction.
Losses in a long position are considered to be limited; no matter when the trade starts, the price will not fall below zero with all possible errors. Short positions, in contrast, are used to profit from a falling market. A trader buys a financial instrument from a broker and sells it. After the price reaches the target level, the trader buys back the assets or buys them to pay off the initial debt to the broker.
A short position yields profit if the price falls, and it is considered unprofitable the price matches the asset value. Performing a short order requires a margin account as a trader borrows valuable assets from a broker to complete a transaction. Long transactions help gain from market growth; short from a market decline.

Trade via API

Bittrex also supports algorithmic trading through extensive APIs (application programming interface), which allows you to automate the trading process using third-party services.
To create an API key, the user must enable the two-factor authentication 2FA, verify their account, and log in to the site within 3 minutes.
If all the requirements of the system are fulfilled, you can proceed to generate the API key. Log in to your Bittrex account, click Settings. Find API Keys. Click Add new key (Create a new key).
Toggle on / off settings for READ INFO, TRADE, or WITHDRAW, depending on what functionality you want to use for our API key.
Click Save and enter the 2FA code from the authenticator → Confirm.
The secret key will be displayed only once and will disappear after the page is refreshed. Make sure you saved it!
To delete an API key, click X in the right corner for the key that you want to delete, then click Save, enter the 2FA code from the authenticator and click Confirm.

Bittrex Bot, a Trader’s Assistant

Robotized programs that appeared sometimes after the appearance of cryptocurrency exchanges save users from monotonous work and allow automating the trading process.
Bots for trading digital money work like all the other bots: they perform mechanical trading according to the preset parameters.
Currently, one of Bittrex’s most popular trading bots is Bittrex Flash Crash Buyer Bot that helps traders profit from altcoin volatility without missing the right moment.
The program monitors all the market changes in the market every second; also, it even can place an order in advance. The Bittrex bot can handle a stop loss—to sell a certain amount of currency when the rate changes in a favorable direction and reaches a certain level.

8. Secure Platform

Bittrex Global employs the most reliable and effective security technologies available. There are many cases of theft, fraud. It is no coincidence that the currency is compared to the Wild West, especially if we compare the 1800s when cowboys rushed to the West Coast of America to earn and start something new in a place that had no rules.
Cryptocurrency is still wild. One can earn and lose money fast. But Bittrex has a substantial security policy thanks to the team’s huge experience in security and development for companies such as Microsoft, Amazon, Qualys, and Blackberry.
The system employs an elastic, multi-stage holding strategy to ensure that the majority of funds are kept in cold storage for extra safety.
Bittrex Global also enables the two-factor authentication for all users and provides a host of additional security features to provide multiple layers of protection.
Bittrex cold wallet: https://bitinfocharts.com/en/bitcoin/address/385cR5DM96n1HvBDMzLHPYcw89fZAXULJP

How to Pass IP Verification

To ensure higher security of your Bittrex Global account, the system requires all users to approve each new IP address through an email confirmation. This IP verification procedure is required every time you attempt to log in from a new IP Address.
Confirming your IP address.
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The new IP address must be confirmed from the device that you are using to access Bittrex Global. This means that you must follow the CLICK HERE TO LOGIN link in an email on the device that you want to use to access your account.
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To ensure even more security, Bittrex Global supports whitelisting of IP addresses and Crypto addresses. These two features can help protect the account in the event of credentials or API key loss.

How to Add IP Address to Whitelist

By setting one or more whitelisted addresses, you are telling Bittrex Global to only authorize trades or withdrawals from those IPs. This concerns both the global.bittrex.com web interface and API-based trades or withdrawals. To do this, click IP Whitelist in Site Settings.
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How to Add Crypto Address to Whitelist

By setting a withdrawal address, you are telling Bittrex Global to authorize withdrawals only to that address.
This concerns both the global.bittrex.com web interface and API based withdrawals.
Note that when opting into this feature, you need to specify a withdrawal address would like to withdraw funds from for every currency. To do this, click Withdrawal Whitelist in the Site Settings section. The example below shows a BTC address.
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Afterword

Bittrex Global is a reliable and advanced platform for trading digital assets with a respected reputation, long history, and active market presence and development nowadays. The exchange is eligible to be used globally, including the US and its territories.
The legal component of Bittrex Global is one of the most legitimate among numerous crypto-asset exchanges.
The Bittrex team has had great ambitions and managed to deliver promises and more. The exchange staff comprises forward-thinking and exceptional individuals whose success is recognized in the traditional business and blockchain sector.
Bittrex's purpose is to be the driving force in the blockchain revolution, expanding the application, importance, and accessibility of this game-changing technology worldwide.
The exchange fosters new and innovative blockchain and related projects that could potentially change the way money and assets are managed globally.
Alongside innovation, safety will always be the main priority of the company. The platform utilizes the most reliable and effective practices and available technologies to protect user accounts. Bittrex customers have always primarily been those who appreciate the highest degree of security.
Because of the way the Bittrex trading platform is designed, it can easily scale to always provide instant order execution for any number of new customers.
Bittrex supports algorithmic trading and empowers its customers with extensive APIs for more automated and profitable trading.
One of the common features which is not available on the exchange is margin trading. No leverage used however adds up to the exchange's stability and prevents fast money seekers and risky traders from entering the exchange.
Bittrex is a force of the blockchain revolution and an important entity of the emerging sector.
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I keep seeing people making wrong assumptions about the value of COIN, and XYO in general. Hopefully more read this and take note going forward

-“The amount of XYO you receive for 10K coin flucuates based on the price of XYO in USD”. FALSE! Bitcoin and ETH are traded on exchanges directly for $ and these trades dictate their posted “value”. XYO cannot be traded currently for $, and has to be converted into $ through some other crypto. Likely the posted $USD “values” of XYO are calculated from the exchanges for Bitcoin and ETH and their current respective values. Further, the parent company of the app dictates the exchange rate of COIN to XYO
-“The value of XYO went up! Look at my wallet and how much money I’ve made!” NOPE...just no...Yes it’s exciting that the perceived value of XYO has gone up - it’s something we all look forward too. However, you actually haven’t made ANYTHING until you cash it out. The value of XYO could plummet tomorrow - despite all the graphs posted showing “now is a good time to buy because I drew lines on a chart” you truly can’t predict the whims/confidence of the masses when trading crypto. Last, and most importantly, you currently can’t exchange XYO for $ directly - you have to convert it to another crypto and then sell that crypto. Both steps require a HUGE percentage to be taken off the top, which will reduce your profits further. Factor those losses in, and show what your net gain in profit would be (accounting for how much you bought the XYO for in the first place) and that’s more relevant. Or just don’t brag - I and others don’t care that you think you are a millionaire.
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Crypto.com Visa Card: Free Spotify, 10% cashback on groceries, 1-5% on everything else and $50 bonus (now much cheaper)

Crypto.com just changed the conditions for their Visa card making it much cheaper to get one. The cards no longer work with their old MCO cryptocurrency but with their newer CRO coin that they also use for their other products.
For the Ruby Steel card tier you now need to buy CRO coin for ~ £123 / €136 and hold it for 6 months (they call it 'staking'). With this tier you get Spotify for free, 10% cashback on groceries, 2% on all your other purchases and a $50 sign-up bonus in CRO coin that you can cash out right away. You can easily recoup the initial cost in less than 4 months (see calculation below) and after that you can still use the benefits.
Important note: you don't need to put crypto on the card, you can just load it with GBP and spend it!
(For those who already have the card, here are the details of the MCO Swap programme in which your MCO is exchanged for CRO with a 20% bonus)
I would appreciate it if you'd sign up through my link: https://platinum.crypto.com/sxzbhwuqje or use code sxzbhwuqje in the app. You will also be eligible for the $50 bonus then (see below). Non-ref link (no bonus): https://crypto.com

What is Crypto.com?

Crypto.com offers an app with which you can easily buy and sell cryptocurrencies without additional cost. The company exists since 2016 and now they have 3 million users.
Next to trading within the app you can also get interest on your cryptocurrencies up to 12% (complete overview here), similar to the likes of Celsius and BlockFi.

The Crypto.com Visa card

Through their app Crypto.com also offers a Visa card. This is a debit Visa card tied to the CRO cryptocurrency. There are 5 different card tiers and you get:
All cashbacks and bonuses are paid in the CRO cryptocurrency. You can immediately sell the CRO in the app for pounds/euros, which you can use again for purchases with the card if you want.
To get one of the non-free card tiers you need to buy CRO coin and stake them, which means holding on to them for 6 months. After the 6 months you can sell them again at the then current rate. The price of CRO is currently around £0,123 / €0,136, meaning that you have to lock £123 / €136 for six months to get the Ruby Steel card. You can earn this back in less than 4 months (see below),
These are the lower three card tiers:
Card Tier Midnight Blue Ruby Steel Jade Green/Royal Indigo
Stake (hold) None (free card) 1000 CRO (~ £123 / €136) 10000 CRO (~ £1230 / €1360)
Bonus after staking None $50 (in CRO) $50 (in CRO)
Cashback % 1% 2% 3%
Monthly Spotify Rebate No Yes Yes
Monthly Netflix Rebate No No Yes
LoungeKey Airport Lounge Access No No Yes
Metal card No Yes Yes

Calculation example payback time (less than 4 months)

Below I've made an example calculation for the payback time of the Ruby Steel card, assuming a spend of £1000 / €1000 monthly with the card and that you use Spotify. After less than 4 months you will have earned back your initial investment :)
But, additionally you also have the extra 10% back on groceries until the end of September and the worth of your CRO coins that you locked for 6 months. Even if they would be worth only half of what they are worth today, you'd still have a value of £62 / €68 which you could add to the value mentioned in the table below (see below about price expectation) .
Value
$50 bonus immediately after staking £38 / €42
2% cashback on all purchases with the card (assuming montly spend of £1000 / €1000 during 4 months) £80 / €80
Spotify rebate (£10 / €10 per month) £40 / €40
Total £158 / €162

CRO Value

Cryptocurrencies can be volatile, which means that the price can sometimes rise or fall quickly. So keep that in mind if you use a product like this. I personally think that the risk is now limited, because the price of the card has decreased and you can recoup it quite quickly.

Notes

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