Counterparty (XCP) Cryptocurrency: Everything You Need To Know
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CounterParty (XCP) Technology
Counterparty (XCP) is a smart contracts protocol that uses Bitcoin's protocol and network for security and time-stamping capabilities. Famous coins built with XCP include BitCrystals by Spells of Genesis, and PepeCash (Pepe the Frog Internet Meme Cards and games).
BCexchange, the decentralized cryptocurrency exchange for everyone
Subreddit for BCexchange (short for Blocks & Chains Decentralized Exchange). B&C Exchange will be an open-source decentralized exchange that completes cryptocurrency trades between users by utilizing multisig signers that compete for blockchain rewards based on their effectiveness and honesty. Trades occur using real cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and NuBits.
Mike Novogratz’s Bitcoin Investment Firm Announces Conditional Approval for Listing on Toronto Stock Exchange. Trading desk executed approximately US $1 billion of total volume in the most recent quarter, including flows from significant new hedge fund counterparties.
How to Buy the Augmentors Game CryptoCurrency Databits a counterparty token on Bittrex Bitcoin Exchange $DTB
Databits, ticker name $DTB is currently on offer at Bittrex the worlds No.1 Altcoin Exchange Please Bookmark https://bittrex.com/Market/Index?MarketName=BTC-DTB Currently Bittrex are not accepting new Customer, but they do have a waiting list that you can join here. https://support.bittrex.com/hc/en-us/requests/new?ticket_form_id=114093958552 You need to do to ensure your Bitcoin, Databits, other alts will be safe, so please make sure to do the following when signing up to Bittrex. 1 Email Use a brand new email address you have not used for anything before. This way you know its is a "clean" address and wont be getting any spam, only use this email address for Exchanges. You can also add a extra layer of security on the email address that required a code to log in, Outlook/Hotmail/Live and Gmail all have this feature. 2 Password The people who still use basic passwords in these times is still amazingly high ratio. Please follow these Rules when making passwords for any site. There are online sites that can store passwords, but id personally never use any online site, good old Pen Paper, kept safe at a relatives house (you dont even have to tell them where it is and simply just write a password so no one knows where it is for, make a few copies). Basic Rules. Password should be a minimum of 12 characters in length. Include Numbers, Symbols, Capital Letters, and Lower-Case Letters Dont use actual words you find in dictionary or slang words. For extra secure step you can often use a clean/blank space A good example would be: [email protected]$cE2Zb#*(blank space)3L8! So, now you have secured and brand new email address. Use fictional name and date of birth in email also and random image or what i like to do, use a image of a random person on the internet for profile pic. Email is secured with extra security code log in, and now you have set a strong password on your Bittrex Account. Enter details on Sign up screen and then you will have to confirm via email your account and log in. 3 Google 2FA Once you are in Bittrex has to account setting and enable 2FA. 2FA = Two Factor Authentication and you will need to download the app for your device. IMPORTANT - LIKE SUPER DUPER MEGA IMPORTANT When enabling 2FA you will see a 16 digit code, this code is VITAL. Really Vital, because there is a very high chance you are going to need it and if you dont have it, getting back into your account could take many months and lots of stress. This code you will see when enabling 2FA is your BACK UP CODE for your 2FA. So if you lose your phone, accidentally delete the Bittrex 2FA code or loose it in some other way, you simply go to the 2FA app and enter this code and it will create a new code which you can use straight away, saving you many months of stress and panic. (Believe me i have gone though the hassle of trying to reset account after loosing 2FA code and it is a nightmare) So once you have your 2FA code and wrote down the back up code. You can enter the code you seen on the google 2fa screen and 2FA will now be enabled (currently when you enable this on Bittrex, it looks like nothing happens, but its set) IMPORTANT log out. Then log back in using the new 2FA code to double check everything works as it should All being well you will be logged in. and thats it :O) You now have a secure Bittrex account and you can Purchase $DTB (as long as you have Bitcoin and if you don't have Bitcoin, feel free to drop me a DM here and i can guide you through the process of buying Bitcoin, it really is easy and not at all difficult like the media would have you believe). Make sure to keep up to date with Augmentors Game Weekly updates https://medium.com/augmentors
$STBV Strategic Global Investments, Inc. (OTC PINK:STBV) - The First Delaware Corporation to Trade Shares on the Bitcoin Blockchain Using the Counterparty Decentralized Exchange Market - DEX
https://finance.yahoo.com/news/strategic-global-investments-inc-otc-130747952.html DOVER, Del., July 31, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Strategic Global Investments, Inc., a Delaware Corporation, (OTC PINK:STBV) will begin allowing shareholders to trade their registered or exempt, free-trading shares on the Counterparty Decentralized Exchange Market called the DEX. No restricted shares that are limited to accredited investors will be sold. Strategic is developing ways that a decentralized marketplace can be limited to accredited investors for private placement offerings. A whole new world of trading has opened up due to the Delaware law that allows a company’s non-restricted shares to be traded and tracked on a blockchain system. ZeroHedge states, “Delaware Assembly Passes "Historic" Law Legalizing Blockchain-Based Stock Trades” http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-07-02/delaware-assembly-passes-historic-law-legalizing-blockchain-based-stock-trades Garland E. Harris says, “If fortune favors the bold, then STBV is boldly pioneering the legal trading of shares on the Bitcoin blockchain. One of the unique advantages of blockchain trading over traditional markets is that market makers cannot short your stock. We estimate that over half of the trading on OTC is simply combatting shorters and high frequency traders. They are desperate middlemen grasping to hold on in an age of disintermediation.” STBV has over 60 Counterparty cryptocurrencies it intends to sponsor, in fully SEC compliant ICO’s, starting with TROPTIONS in the fall of 2017. New management intends to file financials this week and regain current status on the OTC Pink markets as soon as possible. Traders and Investors using the DEX must open a Counterparty wallet at: https://wallet.counterwallet.io/ To fund the wallet go to: https://counterparty.io/ Go to stock symbol STBV on the Counterparty Decentralized Exchange - DEX https://xchain.io/asset/STBV Strategic Global Investments, Inc., a Delaware Corporation A CryptoCurrency ICO Company 1011 Adams St. WPB, FL 33407 561-252-4540 A CryptoCurrency ICO Company Garland E. Harris, President/CEO g[email protected] James E. Ward, Senior Vice President [email protected] Louis T. Minutello, Chief Business Development Officer [email protected] Brad Hacker and Company Consultants and Accountants [email protected]
05-15 15:53 - 'The Mafia Wars Alpha game site is now live and the Token Sale will be launching on June 1st on the Counterparty Decentralized Exchange (DEX).' (twitter.com) by /u/mafiawars_io removed from /r/Bitcoin within 35-45min
03-14 13:34 - 'Either I'm an idiot or not a single one of those exchanges has Bitcoin. The only one that says it does has no whitepaper or URL. / Edit: Alright, so I found the counterparty site using Google and I looked for how to buy...' by /u/deep_house_dude removed from /r/Bitcoin within 7-17min
''' Either I'm an idiot or not a single one of those exchanges has Bitcoin. The only one that says it does has no whitepaper or URL. Edit: Alright, so I found the counterparty site using Google and I looked for how to buy Bitcoin using it. I clicked the "Get Started" link and then "find places to get Bitcoin near you." That took me here: [link]1 Yes, that's right, Coinbase is literally the first one on the list. You seem to have some good knowledge but you are not helping anybody with this "decentralized exchange" nonsense. ''' Context Link Go1dfish undelete link unreddit undelete link Author: deep_house_dude 1: **wtobu*bit*o*ns.info/#!* Unknown links are censored to prevent spreading illicit content.
12-21 18:57 - 'Don't forget the counterparty risk! Don't keep your coins in exchanges and e-wallets! Store your bitcoins somewhere safe!!!' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/shadowboyah removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-5min
''' Now that the price is going to the moon, I'd like to bring back the topic of counterparty risk. Because I see new people coming in, I'd like to inform them that leaving your money to someone else, be it a bank, an exchange, a darknet market, a borrower etc etc, you face the risk of never getting your money back! In Bitcoin there have been many hacks, ponzis, scams which have affected it price very negatively. Some of the most famous ones where : Bitcoinica, Mt. Gox, BTCe, Poloniex, BitStamp, Cryptsy, Shapeshift, Gatecoin, Bitfinex, BTER, Vircurex, Mintpal, Bitpay, Cavirtex, Bitquick, the DAO, Bittrex, cloud mining scams, p2p lending, Darknet markets exit scamming/getting bust etc. The way they were hacked varied, some didn't lose customer funds, others refunded them, others lost altcoins etc, but the danger of losing everything is still there. Coinbase has had problems with the IRS demanding customer info, Cryptsy lawsuit because they helped Cryptsy's CEO steal and cash out customer funds, freezing accounts for gambling etc, not giving customer's Ethereum Classic after the Fork and so on. Some of the 'old guys' know about all that and prefer to stay safe. Others keep risking it. Just be the smart guy! Very few people profit from trading or arbitrage! Do you think you are in the 10-20% of people that constantly make money trading? Chances are you aren't... In a year you could have made more than 2-3x just by holding your coins in a private wallet! Some people were lending money at Bitfinex to earn interest (more than 10% per year). Guess what happened to them... They initially lost 36% and then it went down to 18% due to BFX's clever trick. And some people just kept USD in that exchange thinking nobody could take it from them. Don't get distracted by high yields by any altcoin like Dash, Nubits, Lending Club or Cloud mining scheme. 90-100% of all those are scams or just unable to keep their promises. Some people might have profited, but on the expense of others, and in total, more people lost than gained. And you are going to ask me: What if I want to sell or buy some coins? How do I do it? Well, nowadays there are many ways where you can do that safely. Might not very cheap, but these are probably some of the best ways to do it: Localbitcoin, Bitcoin.de, Paxful, Wallofcoins, BitBargain, Bitsquare, Tether (Omni Dex), Mycelium local trader, Purse.io, itBit, Gemini or Glidera, are some ways where you can buy coins with very little counterparty risk and OTC. If you still insisted in trading, BTCC and Kraken are currently the best exchanges in my opinion! The best way to buy coins would be to buy them with your debit/credit card and get them sent to your private wallet instantly! Some exchanges/services that I know are Glidera, Bitstamp, Coinbase, Bitx, Coinsbank and CEX.io. There might be others, but I don't know how good they are (I never buy with credit cards btw). I mainly use Kraken. I once deposited coins and sold them on Kraken and within 1 day I had my Euros in my SEPA account. Selling coins is riskier and the only 100% safe way, is to exchange BTC with cash with someone that you trust. I used to sell coins via Localbitcoin a few years ago. I would buy from an exchange and sell it for more there. After some time, I stopped using Localbitcoins. I had a small customer base, which I trusted and they trusted me. I'd work simply with bank deposits. At some point I trusted them and they trusted me so much, that I would send them the coins even the day before they'd make the deposit. I never had a single problem. But, I had problems when I started... On my first trade someone tricked me on my first trade and I released the coins without ever getting the payment. I also had a problem when I sold coins with Paypal as he did a chargeback. I was young and naive, but luckily I didn't lose more than 200£ in total. Do some KYC to make sure they aren’t sending money from a hacked account or use services like Moneypolo, OkPay and Perfect money. These services are great for sellers, but as a buyer you might lose your money if you get hacked. Avoid services where someone can reverse a transaction like PayPal and Skrill. It isn't just about the exchanges getting hacked. What if you get hacked? Someone could easily steal all your details and even if you had 2FA on, they could steal your funds (something extremely hard to do, maybe impossible, if you had a hardware wallet. Finally, arbitrage isn't that profitable. The probability of one exchange getting hacked is lower than the probability of one out of five exchange being hacked. So you have to expect losses from at least one exchange... Bitstamp, BTCe and Poloniex made their customers whole again and that's very honorable, but how many more blows can they take? What if they lose altcoins and they take the route of socialised losses? ''' Don't forget the counterparty risk! Don't keep your coins in exchanges and e-wallets! Store your bitcoins somewhere safe!!! Go1dfish undelete link unreddit undelete link Author: shadowboyah
Counterparty price today is $1.23 with a 24-hour trading volume of $2,624.26. XCP price is up 3.8% in the last 24 hours. It has a circulating supply of 2.6 Million coins and a max supply of 2.65 Million coins. Bitcoin-Aware. Counterparty smart contracts are Bitcoin aware and can also interact directly with Counterparty tokens. Lightning Network. Currently under development, payment channels support will allow rapid exchange of assets and are compatible with the Lightning Network. Asset Creation. Custom named assets can be created for a small anti-spam fee and numerical assets are free to create ... Counterparty Protocol also has an asset exchange (“DEX”), helping to save on costs, time, and the need to rely on third parties. Its payment channels, which will allow the use of Lightning Network to enable swift, diverse and off-chain exchange of Counterparty tokens, are still under development. It uses blockchain based voting to avoid the irregularities in real world voting. In addition ... The Counterparty DEX is a decentralized exchange that allows anyone, anywhere in the world to trade tokenized assets on the Bitcoin blockchain. Our website, XCPDEX.com, is a blockchain explorer dedicated to publishing data about how these assets trade, but XCPDEX.com itself is not an exchange. Counterparty is a free and open platform that puts powerful financial tools in the hands of everyone with an Internet connection. By harnessing the power of the Bitcoin network, Counterparty creates a robust and secure marketplace directly on the Bitcoin blockchain, extending Bitcoin’s functionality from a peer-to-peer payment network into a full fledged peer-to-peer financial …
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