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#31
Just a comment. Biance doesn't accept fiat currency at all. Don't sure for the others you mention Hugues. Bittrex accept fiat but it's exchanged to USDT, ETH or BTC. I'm not sure you can withdraw fiat from Bittrex.

Now that Bitstamp has this new KYC I would like to know about other exchanges that allow for fiat withdraw. We should make a list in a new thread.
Cardano is the most promising 3 gen. crypto right now.


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#32
Carsten, you can trade USDT on Binance (coupled with BTC, ETH, ADA and some others). I used this to secure my profit. Right now, I am getting a hard time deciding which to buy and sell... I am all profit on all coins. But I still want to hold the good ones (I secured my profit on TRON, XRP and BTC). ADA did not have a good rally like the others... But based on what you seem to all like in it, I will hold long term. Wink
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#33
(2018-04-26, 04:58 PM)Cell Wrote: Carsten, you can trade USDT on Binance (coupled with BTC, ETH, ADA and some others). I used this to secure my profit. Right now, I am getting a hard time deciding which to buy and sell... I am all profit on all coins. But I still want to hold the good ones (I secured my profit on TRON, XRP and BTC). ADA did not have a good rally like the others... But based on what you seem to all like in it, I will hold long term. Wink

USDT is not very helpful in converting to fiat, but thanks anyway.
Cardano is the most promising 3 gen. crypto right now.


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#34
Well, I thought converting to fiat was necessary to stabilise your investment, which USDT is helpful in that matter. You are right if you just want to cash out. But, I don't think it is time to cash out, the market is just going up for a while.
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#35
Yes market is certainly going up.
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