MaidSafeCoin (MAID) - Price & Trading topic (Part 1)

It might also be the answer to infinite energy, too many years and alcohol later, I have no clue. :joy:

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Bittrex is the one. If you’re going to go that way and want to sell during the next bubble (whenever) I recommend you take the time now to get verified, and also take your coins off the exchange. Last bubble, they demanded verification from everyone but were taking 3 months to process it. Many lost their ability to sell there during the period of best profit.

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I have 10% of my small holding on Bittrex and 90% on my Trezor.

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I have 100% of mine on a bitcoin address I generated myself - cold storage I believe. What is Trezor and should I have them there instead?

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A Trezor is a hardware wallet

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See point 1 here, friend:

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“Currently there are no exchange options for US residents.” – Still hoping / praying that a US exchange for MAID opens up.

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Yeah, I hope if the time comes I need to sell, some international person on the forum would help me out xD.

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Hoping the price gets pushed back up to .11cents or more soon. Could start looking short term bearish. Inverse head and shoulders still valid so far, stochastic RSI on the daily time frame is bottoming out (so should be tired and ready for upside momentum), weekly stochastic RSI is testing the bullish control zone, on balance volume has dropped, and we closed below some higher time frame EMA’s. We could use some buyer strength right now.

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Take us back down to 5 cents. Still doesn’t matter right now. The liquidity is so low that anything can push or pull this baby in any direction at this moment.

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Yes but at the same time, positive technical progress on the trading charts is important. If we have positive price movement and momentum going into a possible bull market within the entire space then we will be able to draw in more traders and retail investors to deepen the liquidity and build on price. I think it’s really important. I like that so many here are long term holders but trading is what moves price and sets trends.

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Vaults from home works right? PARSEC removal is fine right? After everything I’ve read that’s what I’m gathering. There’s bugs to sort out all but all seems well. I would love to buy some more but live in the US.

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https://changelly.com This works. If the price goes low enough I buy with this. Fee is 0.25%
I’ve never had an issue.

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A good clarification. There is a currently small fee based on the price of MAID. This could get hefty as the price goes up.

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Does anyone have any idea if it matters on bittrex whether it’s your country in which you are a resident or the country you are currently in? For example could I go to Canada and buy on bittrex even though I’m a US resident?

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You could use a VPN to appear non-US but you might have problems verifying a physical address if you want to withdraw significant amounts.

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Yeah I mean I would go to a cold wallet immediately anyway. Not sure if it’s worth that risk, thought perhaps that it more about location than residence

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Simpleswap.io also works. There are complaints against changelly, mostly from Monero investors, about them holding “suspicious” funds hostage until you give them KYC info, AND “prove” that the funds are not being laundered.

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Are you aware of any complaints against simpleswap and do you know their fees?

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I think their fees are a little higher. Reviews seem to be more favorable, though. They also, I believe, have a “suspicious activity” clause, but generally the people complaining about changelly were recommending simpleswap instead.

Simpleswap also does not even require you to set up an account.

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