MaidSafeCoin (MAID) - Price & Trading topic

I probably wouldn’t trust any exchange without kyc, it shows they don’t care about legislation and makes them seem generally untrustworthy.

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Quality project,

I have a stash of coins.
No many or near zero options of buying and selling them.
I’m happy and calm, why … because when the project delivers, i’ll have tokens to play with an awsome new technology.

Imagine if bitcoin was delisted from all exchanges now, damn… it would just be the financial concerns, i’d be unhappy - no further utility in the pipeline.

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I understand little from the updates since they are so technical. I see people cheering i think we’re winning🤷🏼‍♂️

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I hope we go to market soon. Can get nerve wrecking. With the amounts I have it’s a lot to lose! Will put my head in the sand and wait for this to pass over…

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When life gives you lemons, make some lemonade. Stand firm everyone.

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This has been talked about for too long already of having multiple exchanges or at least one very stable one. There is a price to play in the game and the price should be paid, no matter what it is. If it’s not, it won’t matter if the project delivers because there will be no where to purchase tokens. This needs to be resolved because it’s very obvious that the bandaid method has been a total failure.

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MAID on sale again. Bittrex still exists. No more small / untrustworthy exchanges. Hopefully U.S. gets a trading chance again. Possible ERC20 option for those up for that. Meanwhile I sit, wait, don’t trade, hold, and continue rooting for Routing… and PARSEC and Node Aging and Farming and Fleming—a decentralized distributed cross-encrypted unparalleled speedy playground wonderland particularly when UX is implemented/live/perfected.

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Well, as someone who has been investing in this for over 3 years, I will say that this is a big gamble and as last year highlighted, they simply ran out of funds. I can’t speak to the technicals because I have no clue but I do think that a lot of people have bailed and the exchange situation has exasperated things.
The real question is what is the funding situation now? All of these things are probably weighing heavy on any bigger investor. There is the matter of this being 10 years in development too and still, we have no idea when an end product will arrive.
I think I have speculated as much as I am prepared to (unless we get an even bigger price drop) so will just hold and wait and see.

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Lots of talking about MaidSafe funding:
https://safenetforum.org/t/maidsafe-update-november-2019/30262

Not that much changed since then.

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In case someone has served you

I have made several exchanges in

I had no problem with any exchange of the 3 or 4 made

One of these exchanges was the sale of BTC to buy Maidsafecoin, everything was fast and smoothly, the exchange did it directly from my trezor, Segwit addresses that start at 3 everything went well, I think I remember with 0 commissions, currently very low.

Without KYC just email.

This is my experience.

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Looks like a nice alternative for changelly. Maybe it can help the US customers the buy some MAID.

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Remember guys when the network is live or post fleming dont sell your holdings cheap, let them non believer pay the price for being impatient. Alex Fortin predicted 600$ per coin , we might get there even if the network is user by a fraction of the world to begin with.

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Yes, exactly! (The Gentleperson's Guide To Forum Spies)

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Hey…
Now that Chainrift closes… where do I move my MAID (as a european)? I moved them from Poloniex not so long ago to chainrift, now they close too… It’s getting quite nerve wrecking to have to move them constantly…

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@Tilmann_Beyme If you are not trading them then you really should have them in your own wallet. eg a paper wallet and keep them there till either you want to trade them or during the exchange for safecoin.

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See here and if you need help just ask:

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Bittrex was always the logical place to move coins from Poloniex when they decided to delist maid. Not sure why anyone would want to move to an exchange with zero volume across the board anyway

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Your foresight agrees with my hindsight. It should have been obvious, but optimism took over. We can always hope, but exchanges seem to be quite a wild ride. In any case I agree (now).

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Just to note the abc, that you should only put coins to exchange when buying and selling. Hold them on a BTC address that is Omni compatible. Omniwallet is useful but always know your private key… on exchanges you are liable to third parties.

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+1, not sure why anyone would leave money on an exchange. It’s the easiest way to get hacked or scammed. So many scammy exchanges out there. Leaving anything on them is tempting fate. Get your money in and out as quickly as possible!!

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