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How Bitcoin Trading Works?

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How Bitcoin Trading Work Between BTC & USD | How to Profit from Bitcoin Trading (like forex?)

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How Bitcoin Trading Work Between BTC & USD | How to Profit from Bitcoin Trading (like forex?)

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Is this how Bitcoin trading works? /r/Bitcoin

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The key to success is to start before you're ready because we are never really ready for anything, don't leave for later when you can do it for now, success never comes to you, you go to it and get it. Invest in Bitcoin / forex trade and be successful. If you want to know how it works Dm me

The key to success is to start before you're ready because we are never really ready for anything, don't leave for later when you can do it for now, success never comes to you, you go to it and get it. Invest in Bitcoin / forex trade and be successful. If you want to know how it works Dm me submitted by Steelemichael to u/Steelemichael [link] [comments]

I was scammed. Posting here so that you are not.

Even though it isn't my fault, I am blaming myself for falling for this blatantly obvious scam.
I was contacted by an account on this kink website (FetLife.com). We were talking and we shared some kink interests and during which she (maybe he, who knows) told she is a Bitcoin trader and sets up bots to automate it.
Red flags that I should have heeded.
  1. She kept insisting that I deposit Bitcoin (at least $600 worth) into her wallet
  2. She didn't have website or reviews
  3. She couldn't explain how Bitcoin trading works
  4. She was unwilling to talk on the phone giving bleak excuses
I am at least glad that I insisted that I will not go beyond $100 however much she demanded.
I can share the account that she used to contact me via DM for those who like.
I will take this as a hard lesson not to trust people out there especially when they are after the money that you earned. I do wish we live in a world where trusting each other is easy.
Edit: dear reader, before you judge me, I was in a terribly low place in my life. Still struggling a lil bit and being cautious as to not be taken for a ride.
Edit 2 (adding actions taken so far):
Both of these were done online.
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does anyone know how day trading bitcoin works?

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How does bitcoin trading work?

I am not asking for a tutorial. I am wondering how the btc gets from wallet to another. Does the btc get uploaded to some sort of database then gets sent to the other wallet or does it work in some other way?
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05-11 15:14 - 'No. This is how one thing, you can do with bitcoin works. In name: trading. / You can; in contrast to the popular hodling, investing and so on; for example us it as digital cash. Say, you meet Alice and Alice owns this nice n...' by /u/ProScammer removed from /r/Bitcoin within 2-12min

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No. This is how one thing, you can do with bitcoin works. In name: trading.
You can; in contrast to the popular hodling, investing and so on; for example us it as digital cash. Say, you meet Alice and Alice owns this nice new hat, fresh from wonderland. You want said hat. So you may offer her to give her 10 million satoshi in exchange for this nifty hat. And eventually you two work out a deal. Well, this may also be trading. But in an imho complete different way.
There are also other things you can do with bitcoin. One of my favorite is to attach a digital seal to something. For example, the following text: "This is easy text, but you can also do this with pictures, binary files or even static data, you do not yet know of its existence." For sealing this, you just have to let a computer do some cryptomagic to give you a corresponding bitcoin-address. After you sent at least one satoshi to this address and it gets embedded in a block, everybody (who knows what and how) may see, that this text existed with exactly this contents (even all typos and such stuff) on the date of sealing. And was validated by this specific address (which may be or be not correlated to a person). So if you want to later say: "i knew this first! i wrote it down." Do it the bitcoin way. ;)
resulting seal-address of "This is easy text, but you can also to this with pictures, binary files or even static data, you do not yet know off." is: [1NsRnxgZp2zqxcWBsJt4ofn1Ht5UjNpDUy]1
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Explains medium term price changes in Bitcoin. What is a Carry Trade? How Does It Work?

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Let me tell you how the modern trading site local.bitcoin.com works

I used localbitcoins.com at the time there was only BTC, but see my answer to this guy: https://www.reddit.com/btc/comments/f8ygnl/localbitcoins_has_blocked/
For meetings, it is in fact good enough, because you can meet, cancel the trade and do the whole thing manually.
So let me describe the new and modern https://local.bitcoin.com/
It has the function of bringing people who want to trade together. For this site, there is no requirement to give any personal information. Phone number is practical, because the site sends an SMS when someone responds to your offer. They ask for e-mail when you sign up, but it can be a throwaway account, they use the e-mail only for advertising. I have gotten exactly one e-mail from them, after an upgrade of the site.
Here is the modern stuff: When you sign up, you get a wallet. You need to back up this, and it is different from other wallets, you save a file to your device. The point is that it is your wallet, you have the keys (I belive the site also has, because it operates on the wallet when you click on the buy, sell, fund escrow, release escrow and send buttons). When a trade starts, you go into a smart contract, and the result is: The seller of coins locks the coins in escrow, which is a guarantee to the buyer, the fees are locked in, and an arbitration fee if the trade comes into dispute. When you release escrow, the result goes to the other wallets involved, the buyer and the site for fees. In case of dispute, the dispute fee goes to the arbitrator, but as the contract is designed, he can only assign the trade amount to either of the traders, not to himself.
This means it is safe for payment with any nonreversible method, for instance bank transfer or mobile money.
The fee is 0.25 % for the maker and 0.75% for the taker, total 1%. I think it is well worth it, for the safety and also for the calculation of the right amounts, if you do it manually it is easy to for instance sell for a percentage below, instead of above the market rate.
Then the spread, if there are few offerers, the price can be say 10% above, and the buying price 10% below. This improves with more traders, but you can also take advantage of it by being the maker and having one or more offers up.
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Mirror trading international | How Bitcoin Works

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Mirror trading international | How Bitcoin Works
Mirror trading international — Bitcoins are a decentralized form of crypto currency. Meaning, they are not regulated by a financial institution or the government. As such, unlike a traditional bank account, you do not need a long list a paperwork such as an ID in order for you to establish what’s known as a bitcoin wallet. The bitcoin wallet is what you will use to access your bitcoins and to send bitcoins to other individuals.
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Mirror trading international | How To Setup An Account
You can acquire a bitcoin wallet from a bitcoin broker such as Coinbase. When you open up a wallet through a certified broker, you are given a bitcoin address which is a series of numbers and letters, similarly to an account number for a bank account and a private key which is a series of numbers and letters as well, which serve as your password.
Mirror trading international | How Does Bitcoin Work As An Anonymous Payment Processor
You can do 3 things with bitcoins, you can make a purchase, send money anonymously to someone or utilize it as an investment. More and more merchants have been accepting bitcoins as a form of payment. By utilizing bitcoins instead of cash, you are essentially making that purchase anonymously. The same thing goes for sending money, based on the fact that you do not have to submit a mountain of payment in order for you to establish a bitcoin anonymously, essentially you can send money to someone else anonymously.
Mirror trading international | How Does Bitcoin Work As An Investment
The price of a bitcoin fluctuates from time to time. Just to put things in perspective, back in the beginning of 2013, the average price of a bitcoin was approximately $400 per bitcoin, but by the end of 2013, the price for bitcoin rose to over $1000. This meant that if you had 2 bitcoins worth $800 in the beginning of 2013 and you stored it as an investment by the end of 2013 those two bitcoins would have been worth over $2000 instead of $800. Many people store bitcoins due to the fact that the value of it fluctuates.
Mirror trading international | Bitcoin Casino and Poker Sites
Due to the anonymity of bitcoin the gambling industry has taken up bitcoin as a payment method. Both bitcoin casinos and bitcoin poker sites are coming to life and offering their players to make deposits, play with bitcoin at the tables and withdraw directly to their bitcoin wallet. This means that there’s no taxes or possibilities for government control. Much like a regular Nevada casino where do you don’t need to register anywhere and all your transactions are anonymous.
Mirror trading international | How Do You Send Bitcoin
In order for you to pay for goods and services or to send bitcoins to an individual, 3 things are needed. Your bitcoin address, your private key and the individual’s bitcoin address. From that point, through your bitcoin wallet, you will put 3 pieces of information, which are: input, balance and output. Input refers to your address, balance refers to the amount of bitcoins you are going to send and output is the recipient’s address.
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How Bitcoin futures trading works?

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Beginner's Guide to Trading Crypto. Part 13

Beginner's Guide to Trading Crypto. Part 13

The Path To Crypto Trading Starts With Knowledge: A Brief Guide To Crypto Trading

Trading cryptocurrencies has come into fad over the last few years and become a relatively good means of earning for both professional traders and enthusiasts. If we look at the price charts that have been compiled over the years by a variety of channels, we can see that the crypto market is exhibiting the market dynamics and fluctuations much like those that can be found on traditional markets. This makes it clear that the presence of volatility on the crypto market makes it a profitable area for trading.
Of course, the main question that arises in the minds of most aspiring crypto traders is how to make money trading cryptocurrencies. For this reason, many seek to learn how to day trade cryptocurrencies. Anyone willing to make the effort can truly find opportunities there. For instance, the exchange rate of BTC has grown from about $800 in 2013 to over $6,000 in 2019, after having spiked in price to over $20,000 in 2017. Ethereum was just as remarkable in its dynamics after having gone to $0.57 in 2014 to $1,180 in 2017 to $171 in 2019. Ripple was just as dynamic, going from $0.02 in 2014 to $0.32 in 2019. If that is not volatility, then we don’t know what is. This makes the crypto market one of the best avenues for risky traders seeking to make their fortunes. But mastering how to make those fortunes is over half the matter.
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How To Start Trading Cryptocurrencies

Anyone who wants to sink their teeth into the juicy cake of crypto trading has to first realize where cryptos are traded. Like every other financial instrument put up for trading, cryptocurrencies are placed on exchanges. The crypto market is host to over 200 exchanges, some more reputable than others. Among some of the best and renowned are Binance,BitMex, Bittrex, Huobi, Coinbase and many others.
Unlike traditional exchanges on Wall Street, crypto exchanges are divided into two types – centralized and decentralized. Both work on blockchain technologies and provide almost the same level of convenience, depending on the offered instruments and the architecture of user interface. However, some exchanges are decentralized, meaning that they do not store any of the user’s information, including the wallets on any of their servers or systems and resort to external services in this regard. Decentralized exchanges do not require any intermediaries to conduct any operations and perform all the order matching themselves.
On the other hand, centralized exchanges resort to a number of intermediary services to conduct their operations. The intermediaries provide anything from order matching to user wallet storage. This makes centralized exchanges much riskier and more expensive compared to their decentralized counterparts.
Despite the obvious differences in platform structure, there is also the issue of convenience. Most decentralized exchanges have horrible user interfaces and are much more difficult to master. But when it comes to speeds, centralized exchanges win over their decentralized counterparts, since their platforms are better suited for transactions. Though there are tendencies of reversing the issue, the situation still remains in favor of centralized exchanges.
Centralized exchanges win over decentralized ones in another important factor that is vital for trading – liquidity. Decentralized exchanges cannot compete with centralized ones in volumes of trading. However, decentralized exchanges win over in an almost complete lack of commissions and security, since they do not rely on any intermediaries.
When dealing with crypto exchanges, traders also need to know how crypto trading bots work. This is because bots are allowed on crypto exchanges facilitate trading considerably. When resorting to bots, it is important to first analyze the exchanges and understand which ones offer the best instruments for convenient trading.
Given the many restrictions placed on cryptocurrency trading in some countries, many traders would ask how to trade cryptocurrencies in the US. The issue is not as complicated as it might seem, since most reputable exchanges, like Binance and others operate legally on the US market. It is therefore necessary for traders to research their platforms of choice before using them to make sure they comply with US laws.

How To Trade Cryptocurrencies

Trading cryptocurrencies is done almost in exactly the same way as with other financial instruments – through the application of a variety of strategies. The main strategies on the crypto market are much like those on other markets, such as Forex, and they include:
Scalping – the launch of a very large number of small orders for the purpose of making small profits in bulk, rather than waiting for one large win.
Intraday – this is the basic form of trading which involves placing orders during trading hours and buying and selling assets. This is the base strategy for fixing profits during the same day without risking off-hour volatility.
Investing – both long and short term investing is also a type of trading strategy, which involves waiting for an asset’s price to move (preferably up) and fixing the resulting profits.
There are dozens of trading strategies on the market and MoonTrader will allow its users to make use of all of them through its convenient interface.
How To Trade Bitcoin
Bitcoin is the most coveted coin out there with its volatility being its main allure and bane. The first and main question posed by any starting trader is how to trade Bitcoin for profit. In fact, this question is often associated with the question of how to become a Bitcoin trader, which in itself is a rather false view on the crypto market, since the latter is much bigger than Bitcoin alone. The issue of how Bitcoin trading works is largely a reflection of any trading process on the market and does not involve any special circumstances apart from the asset’s volatility.
Trading Bitcoin is done exactly the same way as with any other crypto asset. But with trading BTC comes the question of how to automate Bitcoin trading. This is where traders must first realize that their exchange of choice and strategy will be the determining factors in the question of automation and the use of bots.
How to trade Ethereum
Ethereum is the second most popular name on the market after Bitcoin and is traded in exactly the same way. Ethereum is considered to be a less risky asset, since its prices are lower and it is far more commonly encountered than its more expensive counterpart.
How To Trade Ripple
Ripple is the third most frequently encountered name on most crypto asset charts, mostly because of its relatively low volatility and popularity as an instrument for transactions used by some banks. The confidence that traders have in Ripple and its low price makes it a favorite for beginning traders and a low-cost option for scalping orders.
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Learning How To Trade Cryptocurrency

The biggest challenge facing any aspiring trader who wishes to join the crypto market and start trading Bitcoin and other assets is learning how to do it properly. In fact, reading is the only way followed by a gradual and phased transition from test trading to real trading. The process may well be painful at first, but experience counts the most in trading.
MoonTrader knows all too well how difficult it may be to learn the ropes of crypto trading, so the platform is delighted to present an entire block of content devoted exclusively to educational content.
The https://moontrader.com/en/category/beginners-guide-to-trading-crypto/ section offers accessible, clear and valuable insight into the steps necessary to start the journey into crypto trading.

The Risks

Crypto trading is not without its risks. The market is inherently risky for a number of factors. Ironically, the profit making factor of volatility is also the factor that can reduce profits to losses. When embarking on the journey of crypto trading, aspiring traders must realize and ascertain the risks involved and consciously undertake all of their next steps.
The best step to take is to create a trading strategy first and rely on one of the most important instruments available on the market – the margin. By trading with a margin, traders can minimize their losses and ensure a great enough volume of trading. Binance Futures, for example, offers a large variety of margins from x1 to x125 to ensure that traders have the necessary leverage to trade effectively.
It is important to note that margin trading is an advanced instrument and cannot be reliable enough for novice traders. As such, MoonTrader encourages aspiring traders to refrain from margin trading until they are confident enough to risk greater volumes of assets during trading.

Keep It Going

Learning is the process of acquiring experience and the latter counts the most in trading. Before embarking on the path of trading cryptocurrencies, traders must first compile a large enough amount of knowledge that they will be able to rely upon in the variety of situations that can arise on the market. First and foremost, it is vital to refrain from negative sentiment and look ahead into brighter prospects. Secondly, aspiring traders must study the market and find a suitable platform. Thirdly, novice traders must build a strategy that suits their characters and styles and make sure to abide by it. Once that has been mastered, they can start delving into the more advanced aspects of trading.
Whatever path traders take, MoonTrader will be there to help them with both information and instruments to make sure their trading is profitable and enjoyable.
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How to trade Bitcoin Futures and How Bitcoin futures trading works?

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Bitcoin Futures Trading: How Does it Work?

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Op Ed: How Atomic Swaps Could Work for Stock Market Trading | Bitcoin Magazine

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Op Ed: How Atomic Swaps Could Work for Stock Market Trading Traditional stock market trades can leverage the concept of atomic swaps to facilitate direct stock-to-stock trades without requiring cash positions. Atomic Stocks Overview In traditional stock exchanges, retail investors in public markets are unable to switch from one position to another without first going into cash. For example, an investor looking to trade his or her Amazon shares for PayPal shares must first exchange these Amazon shares for U.S. dollars, before buying PayPal shares with these dollars.
This style of exchange creates unnecessary friction and expense because of a) transaction costs incurred on the sale of the asset, as well as on the purchase of the new asset; b) U.S. dollar purchasing power exchange-rate risk; and c) transaction fees paid to the broker that the purchaser is using, as well as the bid-ask spread that exists for each publicly traded stock (which occurs on both the sale of the previously .....
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