You can also short in BitFinex. And right now the rates are close to zero. You borrow EOS, use it to buy dollars or something else, then when EOS goes down, you can buy back EOS cheaper and pay back the EOS loan plus the currently meager interest. If I remember correctly you can borrow 3.3X to start with and then bunk it up to 5X.nola said:
I do listen to him, just not when he talks about crypto. Buffett hasn't been big on technology in the first place.Sidney Crosby said:Do you guys really think that Warren Buffett has that much influence? I would have thought that a lot of people would see him as an old goof that doesn't understand technology.
Delta has the application also for Linux. You could just use that. I'm not sure how good the import functions are, for the stuff I used like Coinigy they work pretty shit.gework said:Does anyone know any web/desktop (Linux) coin trackers that allow you to set alarms for percentage changes in a coin that they import from exchange accounts and wallets?
I use BitUniverse for mobile that does this. But I prefer to keep it switched off in the day to not get distracted.
Recently I bought into Decentraland, Kyber, Gifto and Golem and they all had big pumps that I would have sold out on, but I only caught one of them near it's peak, Kyber, which I cashed in today.
I'm 35 and I think it's risky NOT being in crypto. Of course, there a lot of guys who can't stand the volatility but overall the price of Bitcoin has gotten the attention of investors in the 35+ crowd. With nothing but terrible investment vehicles, many are looking for something that will give them richesTrue Balla said:I think the older people do take his words with more influence. A lot of the 35-40+ crowd still see crypto as very risky, speculative, and scammy. A guy like Buffet making the same remarks gives them reassurance to stay out. If Buffetts tune changed to 'invest in cryptocurrency' a lot of those guys would revaluate their opinions and look into the idea as well.