Enjin Coin (ENJ) token will sign up for our record of tradable tokens. KuCoin traders will have obtain to ENJ/BTC and ENJ/ETH investing pairs upon listing. Customers can commence investing ENJ on KuCoin January 12, 2018 at 22:00 (UTC +8) #KCS #enjincoin #BTC #ETH @EnjinCoin https://t.co/sv9jGBoGWT Resource by KUCOINRead More
Aigang (AIX) token will be a part of our checklist of tradable tokens. KuCoin traders will have accessibility to AIX/BTC and AIX/ETH buying and selling pairs upon listing. People can begin buying and selling AIX on KuCoin January 11, 2018 at 20:00 (UTC +8). #KCS #AIX #BTC #ETH @AigangNetwork https://t.co/vDjQY69YmE Resource by KUCOINRead More
When you expect prices to fall what’s the best way to protect yourself? Is it to turn your coins into tether(USDT)?
I trade with ethereum and up until now I’ve been doing one of the following:
1)Turn coin(s) into ethereum because it’s more stable(theoretically) and wait or
2)Turn coin(s) into ethereum then into ripple, send ripple to Kraken because it’s fast, has very low withdrawal fees and it allows me to trade it for eur/usd directly.
Ripple is very unstable right now though and Kraken is down all the time so it’s a bit of a risk.
If I understand this correctly I can store value on tether and it would be like having dollars. I can’t actually turn it to usd but I will be safe from any price movements until I decide to turn it back to ethereum. Is this how it works or not?
So I’ve been testing a bunch of exchanges, since I want to move away from my current exchange. My favourite options right now are Binance and Kucoin.
I’ve deposited a really small amount of ETH on Binance just to make sure the transfer would go through. I then tried to make a micro purchase of alt-coin, but noticed that the smallest amount I can buy alt-coin for is 0.2 ETH.
Could any of you please tell me what the smallest amount I can buy for on Kucoin is.
I’m not coming in with a mega investment, but I do want to diversify my portfolio. So I don’t want to spend $259 (0.2 ETH) on the purchase of an obscure alt-coin which has a current market price of $5 each. That would be more than I want.
So I sent roughly £50 of Ethereum as a tester to my Kucoin address and it has now been over 4.5 days and it still hasn’t appeared. I click on my Ethereum assets and there is just a loading spinner. Anyone else facing these issues. I appreciate KuCoin’s infrastructure is dealing with a surge of traffic…BUT 4.5 DAYS!
I accidentally sent the ETH coin from Bitstarex to the ETC address on the KuCoin. I know that ETH coin can transferred to ETH wallet by obtaining a private key or by some other means. I ask you to use ETC private keys on ETH network. Techncally it is possible. Binance can do why you can not?