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Actually I think Quadriga does simple bank drafts and you can pay extra to have them expedited. This is all theoretical for me right now, but in a couple weeks I will report back. In the meantime I'd love to get a positive testimonial from someone on RFD.
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Bitcoin breaks ATH pass $5000 USD.. and the institution money isnt even in yet :o buckle your seat belts boys!
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jcdogg wrote:
Oct 12th, 2017 7:35 am
Bitcoin breaks ATH pass $5000 USD.. and the institution money isnt even in yet :o buckle your seat belts boys!
Yep buckle it real tight before the drop!
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p0nk1n wrote:
Oct 12th, 2017 8:31 am
Yep buckle it real tight before the drop!
Hopefully bitcoin drops, so my alt bags can start to moon again! Face With Tears Of Joy
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p0nk1n wrote:
Oct 12th, 2017 8:31 am
Yep buckle it real tight before the drop!
What makes you so sure of that? Bitcoin didn't dip from last segwit fork. China ban FUD made it drop but the recovery was even faster and stronger then ever after the dip now we are at a new all time high again.



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I've used bank EFT transfer from Quadriga to my TD account. Money shows up in 5 business days or so.

Also, anyone know how to get Bitcoin gold when it forks? Which wallet would support it? What about money kept on exchanges?
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Swell conference coming up next week for Ripple in Toronto lol

Seems like the cyrpto community is quite confident in Ripple - does anyone have any insight into XRP though and how Ripple's success in the banking industry would or would not yield a good return on XRP long-term?
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jcdogg wrote:
Oct 12th, 2017 10:13 am
What makes you so sure of that? Bitcoin didn't dip from last segwit fork. China ban FUD made it drop but the recovery was even faster and stronger then ever after the dip now we are at a new all time high again.
Everyone is selling altcoins to hold Bitcoin right now, when they will do the opposite the price will drop. (not saying it will drop badly but it will)
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Does Coinbase have a weekly buy limit above $1000 for Canadians?
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TruBrush wrote:
Oct 12th, 2017 1:43 pm
Does Coinbase have a weekly buy limit above $1000 for Canadians?
Nope, that is the maximum.

They just introduced new buying options for Americans today too lol
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Ticco wrote:
Oct 12th, 2017 11:44 am
Swell conference coming up next week for Ripple in Toronto lol

Seems like the cyrpto community is quite confident in Ripple - does anyone have any insight into XRP though and how Ripple's success in the banking industry would or would not yield a good return on XRP long-term?
I attended a conference today on cryptocurrencies and heard that Ripple is not easy/possible for normal, non-finance institution investors to participate in. A closed system to facilitate interbank transfers (so they don't have to go through a costly third party). I'm thinking about a cryptocurrency fund ... a good way to participate with diversification. So much to know.
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kipperbernie wrote:
Oct 12th, 2017 11:12 pm
I attended a conference today on cryptocurrencies and heard that Ripple is not easy/possible for normal, non-finance institution investors to participate in. A closed system to facilitate interbank transfers (so they don't have to go through a costly third party). I'm thinking about a cryptocurrency fund ... a good way to participate with diversification. So much to know.
Ripple is just an enterprise application for banks to process payments - they are using non traditional technology, ie. blcokchain based. It's unlike any other crypto in that it breaks the first rule of what makes this space so special. Decentralization
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Buying BTC at $7k is either a suicide or a last chance.
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TruBrush wrote:
Oct 12th, 2017 11:45 pm
Buying BTC at $7k is either a suicide or a last chance.
Im still shaking my head I never got in when it dropped down to $3600CAD!!

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