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jcdogg wrote:
May 4th, 2018 10:14 am
https://www.pwchk.com/en/press-room/pre ... 40518.html

"PwC announces a joint business relationship with VeChain Global Technology Holding Limited"

3rd biggest accounting firm partnership with VeChain, VeChain will be top 5 coin before the end of the year.
Ven is legit. The question now is what is it worth when adopted. $2B could be what it’s worth.
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Sparky9087 wrote:
May 4th, 2018 8:27 am
I use Canadian bitcoins. Expensive but quick.
At what point can you use the site (to sell bitcoin using interac emt) until they ask you to send in documents to get your account verified?
What is the maximum you are allowed to sell to them until having to send in verification?
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TheRock2012 wrote:
May 4th, 2018 11:42 am
At what point can you use the site (to sell bitcoin using interac emt) until they ask you to send in documents to get your account verified?
What is the maximum you are allowed to sell to them until having to send in verification?
I am verified. I have sold 20,000 to them. You are limited to 3 active sell orders and sells are limited to 5,000 each. If you want to buy and sell big orders use Gemini. I’m verified on Gemini for when I cash out 6 figures at a time.
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DurtyNelly wrote:
May 3rd, 2018 11:30 pm

I haven't deposited at CoinSquare for a long time but that sounds dodgy. Contact them to see if it's legit.
turns out to be some loyalty ranking program thing. was told no requirements or fees but not sure how really beneficial it is either.
ilostmyid wrote:
May 4th, 2018 2:36 am
how are you guys purchasing bitcoin/ether ?
quadriga keeps lowering deposit limits from interac
I used quadriga all the time last summer. however I have heard that they arent a licensed money services company. if you ever wired with them before you'd remember that all their receiving banks were european/international.

ive had nothing but positive experiences with quadriga though, mainly used in 2017, but id strongly suggest to be careful for the mean time. all their service options changing/disabled is a clear sign something is up.
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DurtyNelly wrote:
May 3rd, 2018 11:30 pm
I haven't deposited at CoinSquare for a long time but that sounds dodgy. Contact them to see if it's legit.
This is exactly what I am afraid of happening when you go with these exchanges.
They sell your personal information to the highest bidder and then your name and number gets put on a telemarketing list. :rolleyes:
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Mar 2, 2018
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For anyone paying attention AMB released their masternode details and so far they seem to be some of the best and most thought out in all of crypto. Obviously it's early and there's still things we don't know but some of the calculations for potential passive income are ridiculous. Like $2-3k per month on an $8k investment ridiculous.
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jaytoad wrote:
May 7th, 2018 3:19 am
For anyone paying attention AMB released their masternode details and so far they seem to be some of the best and most thought out in all of crypto. Obviously it's early and there's still things we don't know but some of the calculations for potential passive income are ridiculous. Like $2-3k per month on an $8k investment ridiculous.
Amb is big time speculation at this point. They have not delivered on any of their promises and have no working product yet. Not even close. Apparently the devs come out of hiding once every three months or so to pump it.
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Mar 2, 2018
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Quite impressive. It's rare to see a post where literally every thing written is incorrect. In case you haven't noticed everything in crypto is pure speculation. Not sure where you're getting you're info but they're live demoing an updated beta version on the 16th and mainnet is launching in July.
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jaytoad wrote:
May 8th, 2018 9:22 pm
● Apollo — 250’000 AMB

● Hermes — 150’000 AMB

● Atlas — Omega 75’000 AMB / Sigma 30’000 AMB/ Zeta 10’000 AMB

https://blog.ambrosus.com/ambernomics-a ... 6ee2467741
Those are some expensive masternodes to be honest:

● Apollo — 250’000 AMB - $187,500

● Hermes — 150’000 AMB - $112,500

● Atlas — Omega 75’000 AMB ($56,250) / Sigma 30’000 AMB ($22,500) / Zeta 10’000 AMB ($7,500)

What is the expected ROI for each level? At least for the lowest tier (ZETA) which is still reasonable.
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Linda - 2,000,000 LINDA - $3,500 (ROI ~97% per year).

They also have a web wallet, mobile wallet (android/ios), token platform (Linda X) announced and in the works. You don't need to own a masternode though, staking is available (no minimum). Currently at 19 sats, well below its high of 100 sats back during the bull market and that was before any of these were announced.
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mapleleafs89 wrote:
May 8th, 2018 9:50 pm
Linda - 2,000,000 LINDA - $3,500 (ROI ~97% per year).

They also have a web wallet, mobile wallet (android/ios), token platform (Linda X) announced and in the works. You don't need to own a masternode though, staking is available (no minimum). Currently at 19 sats, well below its high of 100 sats back during the bull market and that was before any of these were announced.
Seems to need 30,000,000 now.

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