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Cexio Bitcoin Withdrawal Problem:"Transaction is being processed."

I withdrew Bitcoin 12 hours ago and transation is still processing. Is there anyone experiencing the same problem?
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Согласно исследованиям FinExpertiza, каждый рубль, вложенный в ВТС, способен генерировать два рубля прибыли. Благодаря этой способности биткоин был назван самым эффективным инвестиционным инструментом в России. С #Bitcoin #CEXIO #Биткоин

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Согласно исследованиям FinExpertiza, каждый рубль, вложенный в ВТС, способен генерировать два рубля прибыли. Благодаря этой способности биткоин был назван самым эффективным инвестиционным инструментом в России. С #Bitcoin #CEXIO #Биткоин

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Prominent bitcoin exchange CEXIO introduces telegram login feature for enhanced privacy

Prominent bitcoin exchange CEXIO introduces telegram login feature for enhanced privacy submitted by onebeginner to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Cexio Waiting Verification For 2weeks /r/Bitcoin

Cexio Waiting Verification For 2weeks /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Prominent bitcoin exchange CEXIO introduces telegram login feature for enhanced privacy

Prominent bitcoin exchange CEXIO introduces telegram login feature for enhanced privacy submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Need help picking a site to buy bitcoin,( I tried circle, Coinbase, and Cexio)

Hello, so i have been trying to buy bitcoin these past few days with no success. Here are the sites I've tried
Circle- finished making my account yesterday, signed up, registered my account and ID buuuuut it shut down bitcoins literary yesterday.
Coinbase- I registered my credit card buy their authentication is suppose to send two payments between 1.01- 1.99 to my account for authentication. I received two payments of 1.00 and when i click verify it's telling me I need to wait another week to verify again. I dont want to wait a week haha
Cexio- says not available in Florida when I'm putting in my billing address for my Debit Card.
Any other websites that let me buy bitcoins simply with my debit card? I appreciate the help!
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Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: 7.7 BTC withdrawn, 12 days past, absolutely no response from CEX /r/cexio

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: 7.7 BTC withdrawn, 12 days past, absolutely no response from CEX /cexio submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] CEXio Problems

The following post by pzawad94 is being replicated because some comments within the post(but not the post itself) have been silently removed.
The original post can be found(in censored form) at this link: Bitcoin/comments/7nudo8
The original post's content was as follows:
I’ve seen the posts before but I’m going to throw in my own issues just to show nothing has updated.
Close to a month ago I sold some BCH on CEX and fell under the 0.01 BTC transfer minimum. Haven’t been able to pull my money out, asked for them to help and they didn’t respond.
Went to add a card in order to buy some BTC to pull my balance out. Still no help with pulling my amount out.
The MOMENT I tell them I want to buy more BTC so I can pull my balance out, suddenly they start answering my questions. I’ve tried contacting them via twitter also and have had no luck.
Frustrated and eagerly awaiting the moment Gemini clears my state for trading.
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What's happening on CexIo? BTC/EUR price at 10000 doesn't allow selling /r/Bitcoin

What's happening on CexIo? BTC/EUR price at 10000 doesn't allow selling /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: bitcoin cash /r/cexio

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: bitcoin cash /cexio submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Need help picking a site to buy bitcoin,( I tried circle, Coinbase, and Cexio) /r/Bitcoin

Need help picking a site to buy bitcoin,( I tried circle, Coinbase, and Cexio) /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

CEXio Problems /r/Bitcoin

CEXio Problems /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Ganar Bitcoins con Mineria y Trading cexio

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banned inexplicably from coinbase in 2017; same thing happens w/ cash app (very end of 2018) . . . Now what?

I should start by noting that while I’ve cautiously been purchasing bitcoins for just under 3 years now (BTC being stored with Electrum wallet), I’ve apparently failed to ever learn how not to piss off the Terms of Service police at, specifically, Coinbase and Square Cash (the Cash App). I was blocked from my Coinbase account in April 2017, obviously with no reasoning or justification offered by the useless bobble heads in charge of Coinbase’s so-called “Customer Support.” I’ve been a Cash App user since the fall of 2015, so my BTC purchases that began in mid-2018 or so were obviously the motivating factor in the recent closure of my Cash app account just before the new year hit earlier this week. No explanation was provided in this case either; both emails I received from each company claimed that a review of my account activity had resulted in the conclusion that I’d violated some portion of the Terms of Service agreement, but since I most definitely have never been attempting anything sketchy—my transactions were always BTC purchases that were always directly withdrawn using my external wallet/linked BTC address (via Electrum, as mentioned)—I think I need some help with learning how to do all of this ... “better,” I guess? I’ve heard that people using Coinbase etc. often get caught if they’re attempting money laundering stuff? Also have seen a few mentions here and there about accounts getting banned because the user was illegally involved in online gambling somehow...? Idk about my case(s) though, honestly, as I don’t have and have never had any interest in or even any basic knowledge about laundering money, let alone how to go about doing it, so I likely wouldn’t have any idea if my account activity was somehow suggestive of that type of scheme. Ultimately I’m not sure what my account activity could’ve looked like that was suspicious enough to warrant the immediate closures of my entire accounts, but have read enough similar complaints over the last year or two from people with similarly unexplained and totally sudden account closures to at least know that I’m hardly the only person this has happened to.
Which brings me to my current dilemma, and so far I’ve not been successful at locating anything specific to this issue on reddit or anywhere else really. What’s a doubly-banned bitch to do about bitcoin purchasing when the two most well-known and most-frequently-referenced platforms are no longer available options?
FWIW- just to see if Coinbase would prevent me from opening a new account, using a different email address than last time of course but ultimately having no way around the SSN digits which would clearly match me to the old account they’d blocked, this morning I gave it a halfhearted go (just for the hell of it I guess). I was surprised that I actually made it all the way through the sign up process (including giving them my SSN digits when they were requested). As of now I haven’t attempted to link payment accounts of any type. I was using a Chase Visa cc for purchases back when I was on Coinbase, but I believe that JPMorgan-Chase has since then prohibited the use of their credit cards for purchasing cryptocurrency—but can anyone confirm this?—and would now definitely go the PayPal route first if I were able to keep this new account (I have a different bank account now than I did when I was using CB, if that makes any difference, but my bank has been fairly consistently dodgy concerning anything I do related to cryptocurrency, like allowing a series of BTC purchase transactions to take place without issue for a while, and then randomly flagging an identical transaction one day out of nowhere as “fraudulent activity” that I had to call Customer Support in order to resolve, and frustrating me even more by seemingly never truly acknowledging that I’d previously explained the validity of these particular transactions to them on numerous occasions, and acting moreover as though * I * was the weird one for finally pointing out to them that they clearly hadn’t been bothering to keep an accurate or possibly any record at all of any of the prior conversations I’d been having with them for months about these exact transactions, etc etc — TL;DR I’m SUPER wary of getting my bank in any way involved with Coinbase or actually any company connected at all to cryptocurrency.... Cash App was the answer to all my concerns until a few days ago, and between Coinbase and Cash App I struggled with CEXIO and my bank’s persistent suspicions of them and have no desire at this point to revisit that pond unless it’s got some new options that somehow counterbalance the overall total shittiness of CEXIO’s whole deal / existence.
All of which is just to say that I’m fully aware of how easily this latest effort which I guess I’ve technically begun making on Coinbase could still end up a flop. That it’s indeed highly likely that that will be the final outcome: my initial reopening of the Coinbase door, in creating a new account, would turn out to have been deceptively encouraging if, say, I’m ultimately unable to add payment info to my new account, or if I succeed in adding the info, but then somehow Coinbase puts it all together re: my being a formerly blocked CB user [how tho? I’m just assuming that this would be a reasonable thing to expect from shady twats like the folks at CB....].
Ok sorry wow I knew I would be bad at giving a concise overview of my semi-complicated issue that involves multiple years plus multiple accounts etc, but that was longer than I ever intended. Hopefully it all got explained coherently so that someone might be able to offer advice or anything at all really toward how to go about finding a solution (if there is one) that accommodates the few stipulations I’ve described above. cries desperately into the night sky which has actually by now become the terrible morning brightness *where do you all buy BTC with PayPal? Is that really a thing people can do? Please consider helping my wayward and isolated dumbass self to find a feasible new path! I extend my sincerest gratitude to you in advance; like seriously I wouldn’t take the time to post this whole clusterfuck here if I hadn’t run out of ideas on my own already....
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Best Cryptocurrency Exchanges for Beginners

Best Cryptocurrency Exchanges for Beginners
Best Cryptocurrency Exchanges for Beginners
Before we get into exchanges, let’s refresh our minds about what cryptocurrency is. The concept behind cryptocurrencies is relatively simple, while the math and technology are not. Essentially, a cryptocurrency is a virtual or digital currency that utilizes cryptography as a means for protection and security.
Cryptography is also used to regulate the creation of additional units, so as to not drive the overall digital currency market wild. One of the greatest appeals of cryptocurrencies is that they are not regulated by any government agencies. The most popular digital asset is the bitcoin, followed by ethereum.

What Are Cryptocurrency Exchanges?

Cryptocurrencies can be traded through cryptocurrency exchanges. These cryptocurrency exchanges are platforms through which you can purchase or sell digital currencies for dollars, euros, and pounds, as well as other digital assets. For example, you can sell bitcoins and purchase dollars with the sold bitcoins, or you could exchange bitcoins for ether. These exchanges are a vital part of the virtual currency expansion rate.
There are private exchanges, which are exclusive and operate by invite only, as well as those available for the public. Local exchanges also exist. Some are easier to use than others are; certain exchanges are so flexible that digital assets can be traded directly through the built-in chat features of specific popular messengers, like Telegram.

What to Consider When Picking the Best Cryptocurrency Exchanges

Here are a few things you will want to consider before picking the best cryptocurrency exchange suited for your trading and speculative needs.
Fees – Almost all exchanges charge fees for you to do business on their platforms. Make sure that when you are signing up or committing yourself to a specific exchange that you know everything about its fees.
Verification Requirements and Security – These are vital to understand before starting out on an exchange. Most exchanges require some sort of identity verification in the form of a passport, driver’s license, proof of residence, or other similar document before joining. The more complex the verification process, the safer the exchange platform.
Exchange Rates – Exchange rates are also important, as you don’t want to join a cryptocurrency exchange that charges draconian fees for transactions and exchanges. That just wouldn’t be fair to you or financially savvy.
Reputation – The best cryptocurrency exchanges always have ups and downs. However, the general opinion of the top ones is positive. The best exchanges have a solid reputation and are well trusted by traders.
Region – It’s also important to find an exchange that supports your geographic region. Some exchanges may support all of the countries in South America, while not supporting any of the countries in Asia, and vice versa. If you are living in Russia, for example, make sure you pick the best exchange platform that supports your region.
Now, let’s take a look at some of the best cryptocurrency exchanges out there.


Something which is important to bare in mind when choosing a cryptocurrency exchange to make your trades and purchases on is their security measures. It is well-known that many exchanges have been hacked in the past, most notably the Mt Gox exchange, which people are still feeling the fall-out from ever since.
You should know that the your funds or coins on an exchange or not really yours, unless you own the private keys to the wallet of your coins you are relying on someone else to be custodian of your funds.
Luckily there are some basic measures you can take when using an exchange. The most important is to never store more there than you are willing to lose, if you have a significant balance, you should withdraw it back to your own wallet and for extra security, use a Hardware wallet to secure these funds.
Exchanges should be used for quick purchases of your desired cryptocurrency or for trading an amount you are happy with. They should never be used as your primary wallet, that is not their intended function.
Another important step to take is to use all the security options available on the site, make sure that two-factor authentication (2FA) is setup correctly and you use an app like Authy or Google authenticator. Do not use the mobile phone option which texts you a code, this is not safe as their have been a number of high-profile hacks involving sim-swaps which allow a would-be hacker to take over your phone number and then gain access to your account.


Coinbase is one of the, if not the, most trusted cryptocurrency exchange platforms in the world. It is also the largest digital asset exchange platform in the world. The platform supports more than 32 countries and has more than 4 million active users. Traders are allowed to acquire and sell bitcoins using their bank account, credit card, PayPal, and other payment methods, as well. In order to begin trading on Coinbase, you will have to set up an e-wallet for buying and selling cryptocurrencies. Furthermore, users have to be able to link a valid bank account in order to purchase bitcoins.
Currently, fully verified U.S. residents are only allowed to hold up to 50,000 bitcoins per day. Overall, Coinbase has a great reputation and is highly respected in the trader community. Most transactions through Coinbase only have a 1 percent transaction fee in addition to any fees that your selected payment method may carry.
As with CEX, you can only purchase a few currencies: Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin. You would then need to use Changelly to convert these to other crypto currencies.
Another benefit of registering with Coinbase is the fact you are then able to use the Coinbase Pro exchange which is owed by the same company. Coinbase Pro allows to more advanced trading features such as margin trading and Market, Limit, & Stop Orders. Coinbase Pro also has lower fees than Coinbase.
Read our full Coinbase Review here to learn more. We have also conducted a thourough look at Coinbase’s security measures here.
Visit Coinbase


Binance is a newer exchange but one we have grown to love, it has a wide range of cryptocurrencies available to purchase and trade and has a basic and advanced view which you can switch between easily. Their fees are very reasonable and they allow you to register and trade immediately without having to verify your account. You will then be able to make withdrawals of up to 2 BTC per day, if you want to withdraw higher amounts you will then need to upload your photo ID and a “selfie” photo.
The public opinion of Binance at this time is very high with people praising the speed of the site, ease of use and cheap fees.
For more details you can read our complete review of Binance here.
Visit Binance


KuCoin is a new but very exciting exchange based in South Korea. They operate similarly to Binance in the fact that they list new altcoins much quicker than other exchanges so it’s a good place to purchase cryptocurrencies shortly after their ICO meaning there is a greater opportunity to profit by getting in early.
The interface is very clean and modern and much easier to operate than other older and more clunky exchanges.
They also offer their own token KCS which allows all holders to receive a daily share of profits of the platform, this is a great token to hold as you are paid in the many different currencies that the site allows people to trade in.
Visit Kucoin


LocalBitcoins is a peer-to-peer cryptocurrency exchange used in most big cities around the world. The general principle behind this exchange is that you can find people who live in your area or city and meet with them in person to conduct an exchange. The platform also offers options for purchasing digital currencies via PayPal, Square, direct-to-bank transfers, and many other payment-processing methods. The platform charges a small fee of 1 percent per transaction in cases where sellers apply their own exchange rate.
Similar to the way Uber passengers and drivers are rated, LocalBitcoins applies a rating to each trader that uses the platform, and this rating is publicly displayed. Trades first have to undergo an escrow process to ensure that nobody will be scammed by using the platform. Once everything is verified, the funds and cryptocurrencies transfer between traders. LocalBitcoins takes a commission of 1 percent from sellers. W
Take a look at our LocalBitcoins Review to find out more.
Visit LocalBitcoins


CoinMama is a large bitcoin brokerage that allows users to acquire coins with their debit or credit cards. The platform issues small fees for transactions. To make up for this, however, the limits for how many bitcoins a user can buy are much higher in comparison to Coinbase. Users can acquire up to $5,000 of coins per day or up to $20,000 per month. All users need to do to use CoinMama is to set up an account, log in, and navigate to the profile page section to fill in personal information.
Following this, users will be introduced to a page that allows them to select how many bitcoins they would like to purchase, and once a fitting amount has been selected, users will be allowed to add their preferred payment methods and bitcoin addresses. Users will also be required to verify their phone number and email address. CoinMama does not require most users to upload their government-issued ID. After completing the aforementioned steps and passing the verification process, users will be able to acquire bitcoins through CoinMama.
Read our complete CoinMama Review here.
Visit CoinMama


CEX.IO is one of the oldest cryptocurrency exchanges in the world. However, despite being referred to as a cryptocurrency exchange, CEX.IO can only be used with bitcoins and ethereum which are the main two trading pairs for alt-coins. If you want to purchase other currencies, you can use CEX and then a service named Changelly to convert them to many other cryptos.
The platform is registered with the FINCEN and applies KYC and AML principles. In other words, users have to completely verify their identity before they can get involved in any trades with this platform. Currently, the platform supports purchases with credit cards, wire transfers, or SEPA transfers for European residents.
Once you enter a trade, the platform automatically calculates the price of the transaction and freezes the exchange rate for 120 seconds, which is quite convenient. However, many users note that there are occasional hidden fees. CEX.IO has a flat fee of 7 percent for anything involving fiat currencies. For example, if you acquire $100 in bitcoins, you will only receive $93 in coins.
Read our indepth CEX Review here to learn more.
Visit CEX


Bittrex is well established and highly regarded crypto trading platform, with many coins and tokens to choose from. The interface is not for complete beginner’s but you should be able to find your way around after a little while.
Read our full review of Bittrex here.
Unsurprisingly, Bittrex’s most popular trading pairs are BTC and ETH. It must be noted that the exchange currently does not offer any kind of fiat-to-crypto pairs, e.g. with U.S. dollars, euros, or British pounds). One thing investors can do is buy USDT (Tether tokens) via wired bank transfers in order to use USDT for crypto-to-crypto exchanges.
However, you’ll need to be fully verified and willing to slap down at least $10,000 USD for Bittrex to even consider the transfer. And we here at Blockonomi don’t remind this approach anyways; there’s been a lot of controversy surrounding Tether lately, and it’s best just to stay away for now until further developments actualize.
Visit Bittrex


Picking the ideal cryptocurrency exchange platform for your specific needs may be a difficult and time-consuming process. Remember to pay attention to the fees, reputation, security, verification processes, and geographical services an exchange platform has to offer. Remember that you are not limited to using only one cryptocurrency exchange. Hopefully, the information provided will assist you in deciding which exchange platform to use.
We have selected 6 Cryptocurrency exchanges here which are trustworthy and easy to use for beginners to get started building their investment portfolios.
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submitted by Tokenberry to NewbieZone [link] [comments] can't find my deposit for a month now

I have sent a EUR SEPA transfer to on 20 November. My bank confirmed that it should have hit accounts next day in the worst case.
Their support has been completely unhelpful. After I prodded them they asked me for a SWIFT form, which I provided on 2 December, and since then they 1) generically confirmed that they are still doing something about it; 2) tried to auto-close the ticket due to lack of activity from my side.
UPD (28.12.2017): It went through.
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Coin Assets (Crypto Portfolio App)

Coin Assets

Hi all!
I finally released my application -, it is already available completely for free! I plan to release the source code of the application (on GitHub) so that the community of bitcoins enthusiasts can develop it. I would be happy if someone wants to join the development.
Get it on Google Play
App is Free, no ADS. If you interested, you can Join Beta via Google Play. I will be glad if you try and leave a review! I hope the application will suit you!


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The main functions I wanted to implement were:

List of current Source / Exchange:

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Congratulations r/Bitcoin! You have created a decentralised discussion! (P.S. is EVIL)

We get it.'s hashrate is high. If your post can't fit into one of these threads about, it's probably not adding anything substantial to the conversation.
EDIT: Decided that instead of whinging, I will try to help the community access the information that is most relevant to them. Before posting a new thread, check if one of these may be relevant.
EDIT 2: Now that Ghash.IO has made an official press release claiming that they will not act maliciously, I am going to get some well deserved shuteye. I am sure the saga will continue on without me.
Press Release from Ghash.IO
Bitcoin mining pool GHash.IO is preventing accumulation of 51% of all hashing power
Current Network Hashrate
Hashrate Distribution
Warning about Ghash.IO and Cex.IO
GHash.IO At 42% Of Mined Blocks Over Past 24 Hours.
LEAVE GHASH.IO if you mine there!
Bitcoin Miners, Step Away From GHash.IO !
Miners Boycot as the Pool approaches 51% of network hashrate
If the situation with GHash.IO has shown us anything, it is that it's time we move to a p2pool.
Stop buying cloud mining at
If a large portion of mining pools are 'unknown', does this mean GHASH.IO could potentially already be over 50%?
Bitcoin Miners Ditch Pool Over Fears of 51% Attack staff threatening customers now for talking about the approaching 51% mining share...
"How do we fix this?/Why is this bad?"
Instead of having to boycott GHash.IO, maybe fix Bitcoin?
Discussion: Mining Pools and their future
We need a mining pool with a good looking website like GHASH.IO and its affiliates
Reason why miners like me won't leave GHASH.IO or won't stop purchasing cloud based mining power through CEX.IO
I think part of the problem is that some miners don't know how to switch pools. Could some of you veterans please direct folks to the necessary guides?
Can't just restrict max number of continuous blocks from a pool / miner to one (context; big mining pools nearing 51% hash rate)
Possible GHASH.IO solution (one for the devs)
Why not issue alerts for things that threaten Bitcoin's health such as GHASH?
Explanation of Double-Spending (51% Attack) regarding nearing 51% of GHash.IO
Question: what are downsides if Ghash.IO hit 51% but choose not to doublespend?
The whole Debacle
Looking for alternative or ... ?
The network health of Bitcoin is awful. The 2 largest pools comprise 60% of the network. All you need to do to take over the network is coerce 2 people. Please switch to P2Pools.
We love Satoshi, Satoshi was a genius, but Satoshi's mining approach just isn't working out in practice and needs to be changed.
A screen saver like the old SETI one, that only mined with P2P pool possible?
Pool Voting: Encrypting Bitcoin Transactions To Be Processed By Specific Pools
Vitalik's thoughts on the issue
Problem with pooled mining in general
don't want bitcoin to get 51%? support this !!
Why is a pool owning +51% of the mining network not so bad?
Could a malicious entity with a lot of hashpower (say 10% of the total network) intentionally hurt other pools?
ELI5: Why is so bad GHASH.IO has a 51%+ marketshare?
Can someone ELI5 this whole 51% thing?
ELI5: Double spending
Community Reaction
Bitcoin as of late
I can't quite tell if people here think is a problem...
Seemingly some people are upset about GHash.IO's recent increase in hashrate share...
Incase you missed it...
Is this really necessary? It is almost as melodramatic as that suicide hotline post...
Reddit idiots panicking over nothing again. has a great business model.
People have figured it out, stop posting about leaving Ghash
Clearly GHASH.IO is simply an exceptional pool that is naturally rising to the top. Why do you captains of industry want to hold them back with regulations?
Stop with the GHash.IO nonsense!
Why is no-one talking about the problems with GHASH.IO?
Just got 8 Avalons, is the best pool to join?
Insanity wolf would like to have a word with you all
My dad's thoughts after I explained Ghash
BTC Gigahash 51%, of to PeerCoin/POS+POW :)
The price of bitcoin didn't fall even a bit and maintained its average day price even through the scare. Reasons?
Investor here. Does the thing have anything to do with the Yahoo malware?
The lack of privacy/anonymity, & the lack of incorporation of the P2P mining in BTC, is for the first time making me feel as though a successor is, or should be, near.
Threats against
Let's Just DDOS the bastards and end this all ready.
I am going full fiat and you should too. We need a crash in price: it's the only signal miners can't ignore.
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CtrXL - Exchange Balances live in Google Sheets

What is CtrXL?
A spreadsheet to track the value of your cryptocurrencies on exchanges, cold storage and/or other locations.
CtrXL can securely pull your Balances from your exchange using Read-Only APIs or by Manual entry in the sheet.
Values are calculated to both BTC and Fiat and can be automatically saved, based on a time interval.
The sheet comes with eye candy Dashboard elements that can be easily adjusted to your own preference.

Download (copy) the sheet

Use Cases:
You have currencies on multiple Exchanges or multiple accounts on one exchange
You manage cryptocurrency for others and want a single pane of glass
You have cryptos in 'other' locations; like cold storage, offline / hardware wallets or elsewhere (example: Ledger Nano)
You are looking for a sheet that is simple to understand and can be extended and/or customized

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So today I had to file a police report against

I really didn't want it to have to come to this but both my bank and lawyer advised me that this would be the best action to take at this time. I had to file a police report against in regards to this
The cop taking down my information didn't have a clue what a currency exchange was, let alone bitcoin, but they seem to have a specialist on the force who deal with these sort of things and I provided them with enough information about CRYPTO SP.ZO.O and their Spoldzielczy Bank Account to get my money back at the very least. I just can't believe I have to go through all of this to get back only $5,000. At the very least, I can warn everyone here to never use - it is a scam and you will lose your money.
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Margin trading on CEX.IO with USD & Bitcoin - YouTube

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