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Where to buy Steem to power up and trade altcoins? For trading Bitcoin, Ethereum, Steem, Steem Dollars, and cryptocurrencies, my choice is now Bittrex after using Poloniex for most of my previous cryptocurrency exchanges because Bitfinex has nearly instant verification and withdrawals. I have also used Bitstamp, Bitfinex, Shapeshift, and Blocktrades which is great for the very fastest exchange out from Steemit to Coinbase when selling SBD to pay my taxes!
Amazing technology and I love the interface! The greatest limitation is that there is no fiat currency trading currently outside of Tether for both USD and Chinese Yuan. Bittrex I believe is in the process of adding this and I think might become the top exchange once they do! Would you read this post or watch the original video from YouTube to learn how to use Bittrex today? Thank you very much to gmichelbkk for converting the transcription of the YouTube video from GoTranscript into this beautiful post for Steemit, which is much faster to read than the video and has all of the highlights in screenshots!
I will show you how to do all the basic things in Bittrex. I mostly traded on Poloniex. I'm looking now at coinmarketcap. Kraken is consistently up towards the top. I've not used OKCoin. Bittrex is currently the sixth of the cryptocurrency exchanges. I really like Bittrex because there are so many different currencies you can trade in. It's very fast to upgrade your account to get the maximum trading volume. The downside of Bittrex though is that you have to trade in US dollar, Tether or the same one that's available for one for China.
It doesn't have real Fiat currency trading, although I believe they're adding that to it. I also use Bitstamp. I also really like Bitfinex. That's where I sold the majority of my Dash when I sold my Dash masternode. I like Bittrex and it's currently where I'm doing the majority of my trading, my buying and holding. I don't do much trading.
Currently, I'm buying and doing my selling mostly on Bittrex because it has such an amazing selection. Look at these Bitcoin markets it has. I was consistently frustrated with the selection in Poloniex. That motivated me to switch and sign up for Bittrex. If you look at Bittrex, it's got a lot bigger selection of currencies. You can do things like sort based on the order. I can sort this on the upper right by what order these were added. You can even sort by things like spreads. You can see how wide the market is.
You can see the difference between the buy and the sell price that's up. It also has this change in the volume, just like Poloniex. I find it works much faster and I'm very happy with the selection. One of the most amazing things I've experienced on bittrex. Poloniex is still fooling around with my application to be able to trade larger amounts. Bittrex literally did that in just a few minutes and I couldn't believe it.
I went through and set-up two factor authentication with Google Authenticator, which I highly recommend. I submitted my identity verification, and it did it almost instantly. That is one of the best parts I've seen about Bittrex.
They have a really good identity verification system that's fast. I'm grateful that if for some reason I get a whole of Bitcoin, I can withdraw all of it in one day on bittrex. If you are mining or if you're getting little transactions on a regular basis, Bittrex is also one of the only ones I'm aware of that has this auto-sell feature which is really cool.
If you're mining, for example, you can send your mining rewards directly into Bittrex, and it will auto-sell it for you. That's really cool if you've got something like a masternode or if you take orders, and if you just consistently want to dump an altcoin for Bitcoin every single day.
This is a really cool feature that you can set up on Bittrex. It will automatically dump it in Bitcoin for you.
I already mentioned it a little bit, but if you want to trade Fiat currencies, they don't currently have that. If you go to coincap. Whereas on Bitstamp or on Bitfinex, if you decide you want to pull everything in the US Dollar, at the drop of a hat, you can do that. Not quite as easy on Bittrex, but it's still functional. On Bittrex, you've got a ton of different wallets to choose from as well. There's wallet after wallet after wallet. Say I want to make a deposit in CloakCoin , I can just click "generate a new address" and do a deposit.
So far, I have made deposits and withdrawals. Bittrex is also one of the fastest withdrawals I've made.
I withdrew two and a half Bitcoin on it, and it came through hours faster that Bitfinex. Poloniex took literally five or six hours longer than Bittrex. I was very happy with that. Unfortunately, when more and more people use it, this could change over time. I've made six different deposits in the first week or two that I've used Bittrex.
I had Dash and then about 4 Bitcoin that I've deposited in. That's where I do the majority now of my buying because there are so many options on Bittrex. Lots of times when I looked to trade currencies, I saw one that I wanted to buy on coincap. I thought, "Well, this is depressing. If you're going to use Bittrex, it is the first of these exchanges that pretty much forced me to use two-factor authentication. Now, Coinbase did have me get text messages, but Bittrex pretty much demands that you use two-factor identification if you want to be able to withdraw.
That means if you steal my password, but you don't have my two-factor authentication device, then you can't log in to my account, even with my password.
I'm grateful two-factor authentication helped make an account more secure. If let's say, you have your phone as your Google Authenticator , and you go lose your phone and you don't have your secret key backed up, guess what? Even with your password, you can't log into Bittrex or wherever you've got your two-factor authentication.
It's important you've got a back up of your secret key. That way, if you lose your phone or whatever you've got your two-factor on, whether it's your iPad or probably a Kindle or another computer, you can reset it for a new device.
I didn't notice there was a secret key to back up, and I just blasted right on pass that. Then, I had to go through and disable two-factor authentication, copy in my new secret key and re-enabled it. It's good to use Google Authenticator because all the main exchanges that I've used: Bitstamp, Poloniex, Bitfinex and Coinbase, they all use Google Authenticator, and they all do two-factor authentication. Then your friend, who knows where that is, can totally come in and sign in and clean you out that way.
Your clever roommate is looking over your shoulders, waiting to clean out your Bittrex exchange. I'll make some actual trades now just for fun and we'll pick out a couple of currencies. I like to look at ones that have been flat or down over time.
I don't like to by stuff that's up usually because that's the biggest risk. I started buying Bitcoin and there are a few different bad things that can happen if you've never traded or you're just learning about cryptocurrency trading. That's even worst and that happened to me playing poker.
The people who play small stakes tend to be easier in poker to win against and the people who play higher stakes tend to be a bit better in skill. The same goes with cryptocurrency trading. If you buy into something and get lucky, it can be easy to think, "Well, I'm just a man. I could easily get a big head and think, "Well, I know what I'm doing with crypto trading.
I'm going to start trading. I'm grateful I've made mistakes so many times that I can see that I got lucky. I promoted my own currency, I made my own opportunity. It's still just as easy for me to lose money as it's ever been in the market. I'm not smarter than anyone because I happen to invest in one currency, which I then promoted a whole bunch, which went up a bunch, and then I dumped it as it started going down. That is a pretty typical investing strategy that was mentioned in " Money: The point is cryptocurrency trading from an ego standpoint is very risky.
If you start losing a little bit of money in it, there'll be a temptation if you are like me to try and put more in and get that money back, and make it all about how much money you've made. If you want to do this long term, it might cost you several thousand dollars to learn the basics. I've given you this upfront because I've made all these mistakes, all these things have happened to me already.