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WhalePool Community Fund - Active Management
WhalePool has received donations and affiliate revenues from members actively trading on 1Broker and BitMEX. Up until now our Treasury policy has been to strictly 100% hodl BITCOIN. Over the years though there has been interest in the community making investment decisions to grow the fund. In response to this demand, we have decided to take a portion of the community fund (about 1/3) and open its management up to the community!
07-22 10:02 - 'There's also [SimpleFX] which offer more maximum margin leverage than [1Broker], a few more markets, and [some important trading differences], yet are a newer entrant to the scene, slightly younger than [FGC] (2014) ; Since...' by /u/Post-Cosmic removed from /r/Bitcoin within 10-15min
''' There's also [SimpleFX]1 which offer more maximum margin leverage than [1Broker]2 , a few more markets, and [some important trading differences]3 , yet are a newer entrant to the scene, slightly younger than [FGC]4 (2014) ; Since a rough early 2015 debut and plenty of late 2015 allegations, SimpleFX has had 18+ months to exit-scam & has avoided doing so as of yet, for what it's worth. I use all three. There's also much lesser solutions, such as InstaForex, WhaleClub, etc. ''' Context Link Go1dfish undelete link unreddit undelete link Author: Post-Cosmic 1: **w.s*mpl*fx.com 2: 1broker.***/m/r.ph*?**193* 3: bi*coin*alk*org/index*p******ic=11*3*72*msg12268728#m*g*226872* 4: w*w.***stglobalcredi*.co* Unknown links are censored to prevent spreading illicit content.
How can one country's authority rule an entity of another country?
How can one country's authority rule an entity of another country? If their agent found himself able to open an account with 1Broker, SEC should be going after the US citizens who chose to trade with 1Broker as if it was legal in their country, NOT 1Broker itself, regardless if they are able to. The fact that 1Broker can operate in Marshell Islands shows that it's legal in that part of the world. US regulations should NOT apply there.
With bitcoin reaching 10k, and ETH being 2nd most stable coin, i think you should consider ETH deposits as soon as possible. ETH balances can only be withdrawn as ETH also. this gives more depth into copying trades and more investors. Coinbase offers ETH already and blockchain has ETH ready wallets. Please consider this THanks
Fee Comparison Trading Bitcoin on CFD sites vs. Spot-Margin Exchanges vs. Futures Exchanges
When you want to speculate on changes in bitcoin price, there's three main types of places you can achieve this on:
CFD sites - where the 'broker' takes the other side of your trade and behaves more like a bookmaker which manages their risk exposure than an exchange. They often state they have "no fees", but the bid-ask spread and leverage fees can add up.
Spot-margin exchanges - where you are trading with other customers and the exchange takes a fee on trades. The spread varies based on market liquidity and margin varies based on exchange policy and market rates too. But since you are borrowing money on spot, someone has to finance it and you pay interest on the leverage as well, whether it's the exchange or another customer who lends you the funds on margin. You also will pay roughly 0.1-0.3% nominally on trade fees.
Futures exchanges -- similar to spot exchanges but the margin within the contracts is completely free and provided within the contracts itself, not requiring borrowing of any funds to engage in leverage. Whether you are at 2x or 100x leverage, you do not pay any interest/financing charges at all. You and your counterparty in an open position are providing the leverage, and the exchange provides the mechanism to handle people who fall short of margin requirements. Trade fees range from -0.1% to 0.075% per trade.
Bid-Ask Spread (Max Leverage, as % of Initial Margin)
Daily Charge (Max Leverage, as % of Initial Margin)
0.01-0.08% (Varies, market based)
0.1% (Exchange-provided, not market-based)
0.01-0.05% (Varies, Market based)
0.02-0.25% (Depends on contract/liquidity)
0.05-0.8% (Depends on contract/liquidity)
TL;DR Liquid bitcoin futures exchanges offer the lowest cost choice to do leveraged bitcoin trading, and have multiple fee discount advantages over Spot Margin exchanges and especially CFD sites. However, socialised losses ("DPE") are the downside: they are a form of hidden fee themselves against profitable traders who bear the load of system losses. Edit: Fixed SimpleFX max leverage for BTC to 10x not 25x. Also included a warning about socialised losses for trading bitcoin futures at high leverage.
Crypto News Recap: Cryptocurrencies are mixed as prominent crypto analyst Tom Lee says Ethereum has bottomed out and is set for a trend reversal
According to the head of research at Fundstrat, Tom Lee, Ethereum is on the verge of a trend reversal that will see the altcoin rally up to USD$1,900 per token by the end of 2019. Tom Lee discussed in a note to clients of Fundstrat that Ethereum has experienced “overly negative” sentiment in 2018 and that will serve as a basis for its strong rebound to come. At the time of this writing, Ethereum is trading at USD$225 per token.
An analysis conducted by blockchain data analyst, Antoine Le Calvez, reveals that an early miner of Bitcoin has managed to sell approximately 30,000 Bitcoin between December 2016 and January 2018. Calvez cites that this individual is likely one of the earliest miners of Bitcoin.
Austria will issue 1.15 billion euros worth of government bonds in a federal bond auction that will utilize blockchain notarization. Overseeing the auction will be Austria’s Oesterreichische Kontrollbank (OeKB), who will leverage the public Ethereum blockchain to carry out the blockchain notarization.
Chine city Nanjing’s arbitration body, the Nanjing Arbitration Committee, announced Thursday that its online blockchain platform for depositing and storing data in legal disputes has gone live for its testing phase. Users that can be upload data to the online blockchain platform includes evidence deposition platforms, financial institutions, and other arbitration committees. The system will allow parties to view digital evidence simultaneously over a tamper proof and distributed network.
Despite China’s blanket ban on cryptocurrency trading and initial coin offerings (ICO), Chinese investors still have an easy time purchasing cryptos and ICOs. According to a report by Bitcoinist, Chinese investors can easily buy mainstream cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin by logging into a platform for over-the-counter transactions and using apps like WeChat or Alipay to pay. Chinese investors can also convert their fiat currency to stablecoin Tether by leveraging direct peer-to-peer transactions, which can then be used to buy cryptocurrencies.
Swiss-based asset management firm, Tiberius Group AG, has announced that it will introduce a cryptocurrency backed by precious metals. Tiberius Group plans to issue their Tiberius Coin that will trade on a blockchain ledger and be tied to the price of copper, aluminum, nickel, cobalt, tin, gold, and platinum. CEO Giuseppe Rapallo said the Tiberius Coin will likely be offered at around USD$0.70 per token. The Tiberius Coin will be issued on LATOKEN, an Estonian exchange that meets “necessary regulatory standards.”
The world’s first advanced blockchain identity laboratory and Europe’s first dedicated blockchain research facility launched in Eidinburgh, the capital of Scotland. Called the Blockpass Identity Lab, the blockchain research facility will focus on exploring ways blockchain technology can be implemented to protect personal data online. The blockchain research laboratory is part of a £600,000 joint venture between Hong Kong-based Blockpass IDN and Scottish University, Edinburgh Napier University.
The United Nation’s Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) and their Development Program (UNDP) are partnering with the nation of Sierra Leone and technology profit, Kiva, to develop and launch a blockchain-based identification system. The project aims to “modernize the credit bureau” with Sierra Leone being chosen because the country only has one credit bureau that serves just 2,000 people. 80% of Sierra Leone’s population is unbanked.
The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) have announced they are suing 1Broker, a Marshall Islands-based securities dealer who allegedly violated federal laws through a bitcoin security swap scheme. The SEC is claiming that 1Broker is not a registered security-based swaps dealer while they also failed to list its security-based swaps on a national exchange. Investors were only able to purchase this product with Bitcoin.
US based cryptocurrency exchange and wallet, Coinbase, has rolled out their new “Coinbase Bundles”, a product designed to simplify cryptocurrency trading. The Coinbase Bundle is a product that baskets five of the largest cryptocurrencies supported by Coinbase, including Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Litecoin, and Ethereum Classic. The Coinbase Bundle baskets these five cryptos in proportion with market capitalization with a minimum purchase size of USD$25.
Zebpay, once India’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, gave just a few hours notice in announcing that it would be halting all trading services today. In a tweet, Zebpay said that it would halt its exchange service while cancelling all unexecuted orders while crediting the funds to users’ wallets. Zebpay cited in a blog post that this decision comes in wake of the ban by India’s central bank that prohibits domestic banks from offering financial services to crypto exchanges.
1Broker is a bitcoin-only Forex and CFD trading platform, developed entirely to service the bitcoin-holding market looking to invest in mainstream instruments. One will be hard pressed to find a registration, deposit and withdrawal path that leverages the advantages of bitcoin as well as 1Broker, and bitcoin being the sole accepted currency 1Broker Review. 1Broker stands out in the market as a Bitcoin only CFD and Forex trading platform which has been developed solely to provide a service for the Bitcoin trading market. This broker is leading the way in Bitcoin trading services and as it is the only currency accepted through this platform, it is very simple to access and to execute a trade. Trading bitcoin can be a risky experience, and when it comes to exchanges, top of the line customer support is a must. 1broker currently only provides email support, which is pretty standard for most cryptocurrency exchanges. 1Broker was active between November 9th, 2012 and September 27th, 2018. The trading platform allowed users to trade on various financial markets (popular stocks like AAPL or MSFT, commodities like Gold, Forex markets,) with Bitcoin as the settlement currency. This is a simple idea I've been contemplating, specially appliccable for people using 1broker to trade, while holding BTC. If you trade with no leverage, you can afford to have things move down quite a bit before being hard stopped (losing 84% of the position's value), so this lets you keep a 'cash' savings account, holding BTC and some stock CFDs.
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