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Advice about BTC trading?

Feb 21 at 12:10
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What do you think is the best way for trading with BitCoin?

Trading on the crypto markets like Binance, CoinBase, and etc or trading as currency pair with some forex broker?

Can share your opinion about the pros and cons?
Feb 21 at 14:06
posts 939
Now I advise you to devote enough time to such a decision, because the market is now in a rather interesting position.
Seb King (sebking1986)
Feb 25 at 11:21
posts 399
It's not spot on yet but the more money that is coming into BTC the more it is behaving like currencies do. I think it is easier to try and trade BTC now than it was back in 2017/2018 even.
If you can't spot the liquidity then you are the liquidity.
Feb 28 at 19:48
posts 105
Maybe do both .
I hold my Bitcoin on Coinbase other Cryptos on Binance
Trade Crypto on EagleFX , BTC XRP sometimes Dash so id say do both buddy if in doubt just hold
Barton (Barton90)
Mar 30 at 06:32
posts 6
I always trade cryptocurrency through cryptocurrency exchanges. There is more functionality and the exchange is tailored specifically for cryptocurrency. I have never even thought about Forex, can it be more convenient?
Mar 31 at 20:50
posts 276
Well... I don't like exchanges much. I hold my coins in hard wallet and trading crypto on broker - EagleFX. After all I'm not trading only crypto but FX too so that's the best way for me.
Apr 01 at 11:42
posts 801
Right now Bitcoin is a pretty good option to work with. At least the course is pretty good.
Nato Revishvi (NataliaRev1)
Apr 15 at 09:00
posts 3
I would suggest focusing on Bitcoin right now, the high liquidity associated with bitcoin makes it a great investment vessel if you're looking for short-term profit. If you're a beginner, there are tons of useful information and tutorials, which might come in handy, if you take a look
May 18 at 10:07
posts 22
I’m not trading cryptos atm, keeping them safe with capital wallet. It’s the need of the hour because of the recent crypto crash and rise in thefts.
Seb King (sebking1986)
May 18 at 12:24
posts 399
Also to be honest the best thing to do is the same with any asset you plan to trade. Try it out on demo and learn how it moves.
If you can't spot the liquidity then you are the liquidity.
May 18 at 14:55
posts 2
Ripple (XRP) has seen a marginal increase in price as the market enters the weekend. The cryptocurrency is trading at $0.2381 after an increase of about 0.4% over the past 24 hours. The daily trading volume has increased marginally to $534 million.

One of the major points of interest for Ripple (XRP) has been the recent price surge in Bitcoin (BTC) [url][/url]. Ripple (XRP), on the other hand, has not seen much of an increase in price. This suggests that investors don’t believe Ripple (XRP) has much to offer in the near future and they are ready to take their profits and invest them in alternatives. At this point, Ripple (XRP) stands as a survivor but it is not yet clear if it can become a major player in the blockchain industry.

The 4 hour chart for XRP/USD shows that Ripple (XRP) has broken out of a descending triangle which is a bullish development. However, Ripple (XRP) is still struggling to sustain above the $0.24 level. The RSI on the 4 hour chart is well below the 50 level which shows that the market is bearish. The MACD shows increasing bearish momentum but the signal line is slowly turning bullish which is a warning sign. However, the most important indicator to look out for would be the Stochastic RSI which is about to make a bearish crossover.
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