Beginner’s Guide to Cryptocurrency Margin Trading

COBINHOOD Exchange

COBINHOOD is the world's first "ZERO Trading Fees" cryptocurrency exchange with the vision to maximize traders' profits. Traders now can enjoy ZERO trading fees for spot trading and margin trading up to 10x leverage.
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The Coin Farm

TA Traders: Trading Strategies for Cryptocurrencies
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XMR Trader, the Official Monero Trading Subreddit

The official Monero trading subreddit. Discuss price movements, market dynamics, news, and trades involving Monero here.
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The highlight of the trading terminal OOOBTC is an interactive chart with the support of the main indicators. The exchange supports only market type orders. In addition, there is no margin trading. #Ooobtc #obx #crypto #bitcoin #ethereum #blockchain #btc #toqqn

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The highlight of the trading terminal OOOBTC is an interactive chart with the support of the main indicators. The exchange supports only market type orders. In addition, there is no margin trading. #Ooobtc #obx #crypto #bitcoin #ethereum #blockchain #btc #toqqn

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The highlight of the trading terminal OOOBTC is an interactive chart with the support of the main indicators. The exchange supports only market type orders. In addition, there is no margin trading.

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Binance: No Margin Trading For Users From Five Regions, Including the US

Binance: No Margin Trading For Users From Five Regions, Including the US submitted by yogaandpickles to binancemargintrading [link] [comments]

Binance: No Margin Trading For Users From Five Regions, Including the US

Binance: No Margin Trading For Users From Five Regions, Including the US submitted by cryptoallbot to cryptoall [link] [comments]

No margin trading ?

Bittfinex does it amazingly well where is the competition at ? Bittfinex already close to a decentralized exchange as well
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Bitfinex no margin trading

Hi everyone:
I am interested and want to invest is cryptocurrency especially with bitfinex. It's complete different than forex. So I wonder if its possible to trade without leverage and margin. So my question is if I have 3000 dollar in my account and bought IOTA at this price 3$ then the price dropped heavily to 0.01 as an example, will they close my account and I lose money? Or it's will still open because I traded with no margin?
I like to invest for a long term, Thanks.
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Still no margin trading in app ? OKEX please fix this

I am speaking about token trading, there is no leverage ability in mobile app.
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No margin trading in U.S.? /r/BitcoinMarkets

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Is there a way to paper trade with live data, within the same program, that gives same options as real margin account?

Don't think it matters much but I'm in Canada.
I made paper trading account on IB. no live data(without subscriptions)
MAde Webull account because they give live data but feels very bare bones and no margin trading from what i can tell
Then Decided I would just go back to IB, pay the subscription fees so i can trade there with live data but realized I can't do margin trading there.
So is there anything that can give me an actual simulation so to speak? i don't mind if I have to to pay something for it
Thanks in advance for any help.
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So I've been using DyDx as a decentralized ethereum exchange for a little while now. From no signup needed, to interest on deposits, to margin trading, it's pretty f-ing cool!

With the big dip this morning, I woke up and realized it was far easier for me to do some trading on DyDx compared to other exchanges. I really dig that it's decentralized as well. https://trade.dydx.exchange
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How to invest in silver

How to invest in silver
The first is traditional silver bars and silver ingots, which are highly investing and cost less than silver jewellery. They can pick up and realise cash, which is suitable for older investors.

The second is paper and silver, which are generally traded through online banking. Funds are hosted by banks. The transactions are fast and low cost. It is suitable for white-collar workers to invest, but they can only go one-way and there is no margin trading system.

The third is silver t + d, which can be traded in both directions, with high capital utilization, but the quotation and trading hours are discontinuous, suitable for professionals who understand precious metals.

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The fourth is gold and silver coins, that is, the common silver coins and commemorative silver coins issued by the People's Bank of China. The customer group is mainly currency collectors.

Fifth is spot silver, 150 times the trading leverage, 24 hours of continuous quotation and transaction. Unintelligible positions will be closed and the risk is high. It is not recommended for ordinary investors.

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As for the investment opportunities of Chinese silver mining companies, it may be useful to cut in from upstream industries and go abroad to acquire non-ferrous mines, or single gold mines of silver and gold.

For example, an Australian mining company owns a gold mine and can spend it for 20 million Australian dollars (equivalent to 130 million yuan). In China, about 700 million yuan is needed to obtain a mining license for a mine with the same gold reserves.

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In addition, Chinese silver enterprises are relatively small and small, and they can join together to establish large-scale funds for mergers and acquisitions of overseas mineral resources.

The above are the main ways for mainland investors to invest in silver at present. They are all indirect investments in the silver market, and are not silver investments in a substantial sense. However, the sharp rise in silver prices has created a favorable environment for the introduction of silver investment varieties.
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HotBit is a centralized cryptocurrency exchange which claims to provide a built-in artificial market-maker digital engine.

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HotBit is a centralized cryptocurrency exchange which claims to provide a “built-in artificial market-maker digital engine that meets the standard of Wall Street industrial standards” and access to hundredths of cryptocurrencies. At the time of this writing, HotBit’s website lacks information about its founders or where is it located. Instead of presenting the real people behind the project, the website adopts a generic approach and uses several buzzwords to describe the team’s competence. It communicates the unclear message that the core members of the team have “successful entrepreneurial experience” and that the exchange benefits from “experienced global investment consultation team and various cooperation partners” to attract liquidity from “various sources”.
The lack of information or the very generic one, present on its website, may raise second thoughts in some investors on whether to use HotBit’s service. Although this may not be a primary reason to avoid HotBit, the fact that it has identical (if not copied) information with several other exchanges is undoubtedly a thing to consider carefully. Regarding its “top-notch technology”, the HotBit’s website states the following: “Hotbit has adopted advanced technologies such as GSLB, distributed server clusters, distributed storage, and a high-speed memory-based trading engine all backed up in multiple machines, cold storage locations, and hot wallets with offline private keys. Our safe, stable and reliable digital asset trading services are delivered to our customers via web interface, mobile app and PC terminals.”
On the home page of its website, Hotbit proudly announces partnerships with a variety of organizations. At the time of this writing, there is no information detailing what these partnerships really represent.
Aside from everything else, HotBit claims that it offers 24/7 customer support “to ensure the smooth operation of every user’s transactions.” However, at the time of this writing, such statements are very hard to believe, considering the number of complaints on forums such as Reddit and Bitcointalk. Users express their frustrations over faked trading volume via phantom transactions (several users report that raising the question on the exchange’s Telegram channel results in a ban), freezing website service or inability to access accounts, unreasonably high withdraw fees, loss of funds and unresponsive customer support.
On the topic of security, the HotBit website does not provide any specific information, aside from the claim that its security management system “was established in partnership with top security companies” and that it has a “multi-level firewall to monitor system data for real-time processing.” It also adds that digital assets are secured through “a multi-signature and cold-hot wallet combination solution.” The exchange highlights its commitment to providing its users with “a safe and reliable service concept, relying on professional risk control system.” The information on the website features other unclear concepts such as “multimodular structure that meets the requirement of the IT surveillance logical structure in financial industry” which, if not anything else, does not provide reasonable details about the way the exchange protects its users’ funds. What can be confirmed, though, is that HotBit employs two-factor authentication.
Hotbit is an exchange launched in January 2018 that offers trading in many very unusual cryptos.
Its domicile country is unclear. This is not a red flag per se, but we recommend all visitors to be careful and form their own opinion on whether Hotbit is a legitimate exchange our not. No information on the company owning and operating the exchange is presented at the exchange’s website either.
As far as we can tell, US-investors can trade here. Any US-investors interested in trading here should in any event form their own opinion on any issues arising from their citizenship or residency.
The exchange promotes four things in particular as reasons to choose Hotbit as your trading platform. First off, it has multi-currency support, meaning that you can trade a lot of different cryptocurrencies here. It is easy to verify this statement and declare that it is true. Hotbit does indeed provide support for a large number of cryptocurrencies.
Option Trading:
The exchange has also announced that they will «soon» (statement made on 14 May 2019) launch its function Option Trading. We’re assuming that this will correspond to the leveraged trading functionality that many other trading platforms have, but we will follow up and update here as soon as it has been made public. There will also be a Mock Option Trading-function where you can practice option trading for free but without the risk of losing any actual assets.
Trading View:
Different exchanges have different trading views. And there is no “this overview is the best”-view. You should yourself determine which trading view that suits you the best. What the views normally have in common is that they all show the order book or at least part of the order book, a price chart of the chosen cryptocurrency and order history. They normally also have buy and sell-boxes. Before you choose an exchange, try to have a look at the trading view so that you can ascertain that it feels right to you.
Hotbit Trading fees:
This coin exchange doesn’t charge different fees between takers and makers. Their fee model is instead a “flat fee model”. Hotbit’s flat fees are 0.10%, which is below the global industry average (arguably around 0.25%). As we have not been able to determine Hotbit’s domicile country, we cannot compare their fees against any domestic counterparts either.
To our understanding, if you hold the platform’s native token, Hotbit Token (HTB), and pay trading fees with that, the trading fees are even lower than 0.10%. They will then only be 0.05%. This is a very low trading fee.
Hotbit Withdrawal fees:
When withdrawing Bitcoin, Hotbit charges a withdrawal fee amounting to 0.001 BTC. This is in line with industry average, albeit slightly on the high end.
Deposit Methods:
At this exchange, you can not deposit fiat currency. This means that new crypto investors (i.e., those without any previous crypto holdings) can’t trade here. In order to purchase your first cryptos, you need a so called entry-level exchange, which is an exchange accepting deposits of fiat currency.
The Hotbit website is available in 5 languages, including English. A Hotbit review reveals that they serve the cryptosphere via no less than 327 active markets and trading pairs, both fiat-to-crypto and crypto-to-crypto trading pairs. They seem to have an extensive selection of altcoins listed, including many exotic cryptos or digital assets.
A review of Hotbit exchange shows that they are planning to offer both an API and affiliate program, although it is unclear when exactly. In addition, no info is available about the company behind this crypto exchange or where it is based. They also provide no info about the security measures deployed (if any) and seem to only offer spot trading at this stage (no margin trading). In addition, they claim the Hotbit team is global, but no details are available about team members or the team behind Hotbit in order to verify.
Hotbit seems to charge no deposit fees, but extremely high withdrawal fees. Furthermore, they have elsewhere been accused of creating fake trading volume.
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Quadriga Monitor's Report: Quadriga kept no records, paid no taxes, transferred customer's coins to third-party exchanges, and lost most of it margin trading. (plus embezzlement!)

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@cz_binance: No margin interests where charged during the trading pause, and the interest calculations will only be turned after everything is back to normal.

@cz_binance: No margin interests where charged during the trading pause, and the interest calculations will only be turned after everything is back to normal. submitted by rulesforrebels to BinanceTrading [link] [comments]

The whales are only going to grow more violent this year, so if you can't stomach the waves... ya best get out the boat!

If you're one of those Blockfolio junkies, and check your shit every six seconds, I can tell you right now that 2018 is going to be a really rough year for you.
The whales are manipulating the market as much as they possibly can right now, because they know regulations are just around the corner, so you can expect them to bull-trap it along until they come.
With that being said, the best thing you can do, is to find the coins and tokens you love, invest what you can in them, which means no margin trading, and just leave them the fuck alone!
Day trading is a losing mans game, especially in this market with no regulations, shitty exchanges, and $100 transfer and commission fees.
Oh, and one last thing, for the love of Satoshi, please do not take any advice from the paid shills on the front page of this sub-Reddit.
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Robinhood vs. Ally Invest

Has anyone used both at some point in time? Thinking of switching over to Robinhood from Ally Invest for the no-commission trades. Are there any withdraw/deposit fees I should know about? Is it worth it to switch over? It would be for regular stock trades, no margin trading or futures or anything like that.
Edit: If I do choose RH I'm using a friend's referral link. Edit again: I opened an account and deposited a couple $K.
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I have margin trading on but I have no margin available to trade. Anyone know the reason?

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Matic Network ($MATIC) to list on BitMax.io! 🔥 Trading begins June 28th, 2019, 10:00 a.m. EDT, details inside.

Matic Network ($MATIC) to list on BitMax.io! 🔥 Trading begins June 28th, 2019, 10:00 a.m. EDT, details inside.

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BitMax, the increasingly popular exchange will list Matic Network ($MATIC) for the following trading pairs: MATIC/USDT & MATIC/BTC
  • Deposit & Withdrawal will begin 10:00 a.m. EDT on June 27th, 2019.
  • Trading will begin 10:00 a.m. EDT on June 28th, 2019.
  • Both trading pairs will support reverse-mining as well as regular trading. There is no margin trading enabled as of now.
For questions about Matic, feel free to come join us in our Telegram room -- we're friendly. 😉 For questions regarding the BitMax exchange and their procedures, please refer to their English Telegram room.

And stay tuned for some more exciting upcoming announcements! 😎
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XBT/USD Analysis: Why Bitcoin Has No Choice But To Revisit $7,300? BitMEX Margin Trading

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Just opened up a margin account but see no way to access/trade with it

I feel so stupid, I've opened up my margin account, shows that it is open, but no where can I see the option to access or trade using this account. It's almost as of I have the account but no access to it.
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Answer: Will managers be able to short on the platform?

I asked this question earlier:
''Hi,
Traders like Philakone (you may have seen him on twitter) make alot of money trading, by shorting tokens like XRP on bitfinex, is this something that managers will be able to do upon platform launch/in the future?
Thanks''
Their reply was:
''Hi, np, you can share this information in public
There are a few points:
  1. Our main aim is to connect current market participants. Some of the brokers and exchanges provide margin trading and leverage for trading crypto currencies. But we are a platform for trust management. We do not limit the trading conditions of connected brokers/exchanges.
  2. One of the connected brokers will be the Genesis Markets. While on it there is no margin trading, but in the future it will be perhaps added.
  3. it's very risky to short and trade with a leverage on volatile Crypto-currency market. The manager can lose all the money of investors in a short time.''
So it looks like this may be an option in the future, I think point 3 is really important, the team are thinking about risk. Anyway I saw Philakone shorting XRP on Twitter and making some quick gains. I don't have the confidence/experience to do this myself but i sure want a piece of the action! -> This is where GV comes in to play :D
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