Margin Trading Interactive Brokers LLC

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

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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.
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1Broker BTC margin trades? /r/BitcoinMarkets

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1Broker BTC margin trades?

Do they do them? Trying to long and short BTC and it will not let me. I'm in the US. Little help?
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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:
We go into deep detail about these differences, as well as specific exchange cases, if you would like to learn more go here: http://www.bitcoinfuturesguide.com/bitcoin-blog/the-bid-ask-spread-margin-interest-as-hidden-fees-comparison-of-cfd-sites-vs-spot-margin-exchanges-vs-bitcoin-futures-sites
Below you can find a table comparing the sites, types, and fees on bid/ask spread and margin. Trade execution fees are excluded for space considerations
Exchange Type Bid-Ask Spread (Nominal) Daily Leverage Financing Charge (Nominal) Bid-Ask Spread (Max Leverage, as % of Initial Margin) Daily Charge (Max Leverage, as % of Initial Margin) Socialised Losses?
1Broker (5x) CFD 0.2% 0.1-0.15% 1% 0.5-0.75% No
SimpleFX (10x) CFD 0.23% 0.175% 2.3% 1.75% No
WhaleClub (10x) CFD 0.2-0.5% 0.2% 1-2.5% 1% No
Bitfinex (3.3x) Spot/Margin 0.01-0.1% 0.01-0.08% (Varies, market based) 0.03-0.3% 0.03%-0.25% No
Kraken (5x) Spot/Margin 0.05-0.2% 0.1% (Exchange-provided, not market-based) 0.25-1% 0.5% No
OKCoin.com (20x) Futures 0.01-0.05% (Varies, Market based) 0% 0.2-1% 0% Yes
BitMEX (100x) Futures 0.02-0.25% (Depends on contract/liquidity) 0% 2-25% 0% Yes
CryptoFacilities (6x) Futures 0.05-0.8% (Depends on contract/liquidity) 0% 0.3-4.8% 0% No
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.
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Will we see 1Fox in November?

1Fox twitter is dead since august and admins do not update us either, so to make it clear: will there be beta in November?
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All you developers, the bitcoin exchange (margin) industry is ripe for some disruption. Heres why

I know alot of devs see a post like this and think, why dont you do it m8? well, I wish I could code. if I could code I WOULD make a new exchange. but I am a lay-man.
Alot of developers have claimed that exchanges have been done to death, and that there are too many bitcoin exchanges. This is not the case, and I am here to explain why.
I have been margin trading bitcoin for the last year, and I have to say, there is alot of room for improvement and in general these exchanges offer bad services, let me explain why:
gemini, coinbase: great for spot, but dont offer margin.
Bitfinex: widely considered to be the best, it really is only the best by default. they charge huge fees for taker and maker, is their biggest problem. .2% for taker and .1% for maker, is very expensive. (ignoring the fiat issue for now, their competitors dont even offer fiat withdrawl or deposit)
Bitmex: bitmex is finexs main competition, but their withdrawl fee is .003 btc, despite the network congestion clearing up, they still havent lowered their withdrawl fee. its very expensive. also the taker fee is almost a full 1% which means you better be the maker if your trading there.
1broker: On the surface it seemed like a decent spot to trade, but then there was 2 main problems, overnight fee is very expensive, and also it seemed to be a bit rigged, in the regard that they wouldnt let you open a long at time when many people wanted to go long. during those times though you could go short, lol. very suspicious. also there is sometimes alot of slippage when closing a position. all in all, not a great deal.
Okcoin: first of all there are issues with it being in china, and wether or not westerners could get their bitcoins out. on top of that, their index is a bit off and people have called it ok fraud in the regard that they seem to dump at times when no other exhange is dumping.
whaleclub and simplefx have big fees and some people have claimed they didnt honor legitimate winnings on those sites.
so as someone who has been into margin trading for a year, and has seen what the landscape looks like, this is an industry that is ripe to be disrupted. If you took the model of bitmex, from an island in the st martins or w/e, with low fees for maker and taker and no deposit or withdrawl fees, you would dominate this market within a short period of time. oppurtunity is there for someone who wants to take it
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The FEDs can't shut down Ethereum-based 1Broker's alternative----Spectre.ai

Spectre.ai is an Ethereum-blockchain-based alternative to 1Broker. It also offers things like 1Broker does. And Ethereum has been proven unstoppable in these years. It must be safe, cuz there's no one the FEDs can go after! And Spectre.ai only KYC you with just an email like 1Broker does. And the minimum margin is small too, 'the minimum trade size is $50.00' is said on the website.
But it doesn't have any API for developers yet. They say it'll be released in this year (2018). Can anyone please help find any free API extension to install to use while waiting for their official and better version?
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All you developers, the bitcoin exchange (margin) industry is ripe for some disruption. Heres why

I know alot of devs see a post like this and think, why dont you do it m8? well, I wish I could code. if I could code I WOULD make a new exchange. but I am a lay-man.
Alot of developers have claimed that exchanges have been done to death, and that there are too many bitcoin exchanges. This is not the case, and I am here to explain why.
I have been margin trading bitcoin for the last year, and I have to say, there is alot of room for improvement and in general these exchanges offer bad services, let me explain why:
gemini, coinbase: great for spot, but dont offer margin.
Bitfinex: widely considered to be the best, it really is only the best by default. they charge huge fees for taker and maker, is their biggest problem. .2% for taker and .1% for maker, is very expensive. (ignoring the fiat issue for now, their competitors dont even offer fiat withdrawl or deposit)
Bitmex: bitmex is finexs main competition, but their withdrawl fee is .003 btc, despite the network congestion clearing up, they still havent lowered their withdrawl fee. its very expensive. also the taker fee is almost a full 1% which means you better be the maker if your trading there.
1broker: On the surface it seemed like a decent spot to trade, but then there was 2 main problems, overnight fee is very expensive, and also it seemed to be a bit rigged, in the regard that they wouldnt let you open a long at time when many people wanted to go long. during those times though you could go short, lol. very suspicious. also there is sometimes alot of slippage when closing a position. all in all, not a great deal.
Okcoin: first of all there are issues with it being in china, and wether or not westerners could get their bitcoins out. on top of that, their index is a bit off and people have called it ok fraud in the regard that they seem to dump at times when no other exhange is dumping.
whaleclub and simplefx have big fees and some people have claimed they didnt honor legitimate winnings on those sites.
so as someone who has been into margin trading for a year, and has seen what the landscape looks like, this is an industry that is ripe to be disrupted. If you took the model of bitmex, from an island in the st martins or w/e, with low fees for maker and taker and no deposit or withdrawl fees, you would dominate this market within a short period of time. oppurtunity is there for someone who wants to take it.
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[Week of March 5, 2017] Initial Trade Ideas for 2 BTC Actively Managed Community Fund

Post your trade ideas for the first investments that we will make as a community in the community actively managed fund.
We currently have 2 BTC sitting in 1Broker and we need to get them into active positions.:
http://i.imgur.com/LwSBYWw.png
UPDATE OKAY we are going long BTC/USD 0.5 BTC margin and short EUUSD 3x 0.5 BTC margin
EDIT2: BTC/USD isnt working on 1Broker so we might expand this to BitMEX where we can do shitcoins and bitcoin too... pendingl...
for now, 1 BTC 3x short EURUSD!!
EDIT3: BTCUSD funds working again: 1 BTC 3x long BTCUSD added. so we are now , as of
Mar 6, 2017 long 1 BTC 3x BTCUSD 1276.21 and 1276.09 and short 1 BTC 3x EUUSD 1.061685 and 1.061875
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How poloniex scripts and support (not) work and how they stole me 1.4BTC

Abstract:
I wanted to make 3,75 BTC (using my 1,5 BTC on 2.5x Leverage) margin. After I wrote in "Total:" field this value I got stuck on load screen, in next 15min I can't sign in to my account and when I did it I saw in my margin statement about force liquidation and maintenance below 20%. I had on my margin wallet ~ 3.25 BTC and maximum borrowed value was 8.125 BTC but in section total borrowed value I had 16.37 BTC. I borrowed 4 times more than I want to and 2 times more than I could. Poloniex support respond to my ticket (after few days) using this words "There was no technical problem with your positions or the way they were liquidated."
Explication:
First of all I would like to apologise about my English, sorry for my all mistakes. I am a trader for two years. I traded on Mintpal, C-cex, Cryptsy, Bittrex, SimpleFX, 1Broker and I know how these systems work.
  1. On my Poloniex margin wallet I had ~ 3.25 BTC. 12 days ago I wanted to make margin position on BTS market using half of my balance. I wrote in "Total:" 3.75 BTC ( 3.75BTC / 2.5 = 1.5 BTC) next I checked this vallue and I pressed "Margin Buy" button.
  2. Something want wrong because process stuck and I saw only spin circle and message something like "places margin". I opened another website in next tab and all works good, this mean I had internet connection. On my slack group I ask about Poloniex DDoS but my friends wrote me that all works good. After that I returned to Poloniex tab and I pressed f5, it didn't help so in next 30 sec 2 or 3 times I pressed ctrl + f5 (for refresh cache).
  3. I went to my router and I reset it. Next I wanted to open Poloniex but I had only browser error I dont remember which one, others websites works good. After 5 min I tried one more time and now Poloniex worked good. I loged in.
  4. When I opened margin tab I saw big red call about forced liquidation. I was very surprised I didnt know what it mean for me and why I had this information on my screen. Next I saw I bought around 640k BTS but this was to much. After a while I saw information in "MARGIN ACCOUNT" section "Total borrowed value: 16.375 BTC". First what I thought "WTF !! ?". I knew this was not my fault and I wrote massage in trollbox to support. They told me they can't help me and I should write a ticket. When I go to my BTS margin tab I saw I bought not like before 640k but around 1,5kk BTS ! If I wanted to close this position in this moment I had Unrealized P/L more than -0.3 BTC. This wasnt my fault and I didnt want to lose my money. I just wrote ticket and I thought Poloniex fast resolve this problem and give me back my money. This was my BIG MISTAKE....
http://i.imgur.com/HjfWxAK.png
  1. After 48h ... yes 48h they send me a massage: "I forwarded the issue to the admins for a closer look and we will get back to you as soon as possible."
After another 48h (96h ticket open time) they wrote "It seems you placed 2 orders and never attended to them" .... "There was no technical problem with your positions or the way they were liquidated."
I wrote to them this WAS technical problem and maybe they should open logs ? I am software engineer and I thought it is basic action but not for Poloniex.
One more time but this time 96 hours after my massage ( 7 days ticked open time) they wrote me.
"The logs indicate that you placed two margin orders to buy 823742.23038229 and 819619.39639640 BTS, around 8.18 BTC for each order. There is no indication at all that any smaller orders were placed or even attempted. You placed the second order before waiting to receive a response from the first one, and both went through. You had 20 minutes to cancel the second order before it was filled, and saw the warning about a margin call and subsequent incremental liquidations, and even noticed that you were borrowing beyond your initial margin, but you continued borrowing and allowed the order to go through. None of the operations failed; the system did exactly what you told it to do."
The market administrator where people have a lot of money just wrote me "You placed the second order before waiting to receive a response from the first one" and next he wrote this is not bug and all is fine. Before I receive this massage I close my position waste 1.4BTC, this is 644$ and in my country this is monthly payment because I feel they dont help me. I disagree with Poloniex and I would like to warn all users who want to trade on this market. I wrote on trollbox about my issues, and told truth about this situation... on screen you can see support reaction.
http://i.imgur.com/mlOWJmA.png
P.S I am not only one victim. Two days ago my fallower on twitter post this tweet:
"Poloniex Hello, I submitted a ticked 1 day ago (#42600).When I closed a position, the total borrowed value disappeared from my account."
This is Poloniex massage: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CiXf5JNWkAAE_l6.jpg
And this is opinion this guy: http://i.imgur.com/Uijn6q2.png
P.S 2 Poloniex give me back my money !!!!!!
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