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QUOINE Spot, Margin, and Futures Exchange Launches New Mobile App and Trading Dashboard

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QASH's AMA on fb - The aftermath

The major points of the discussion:
Link to the AMA: (facebook)
or
Link to the AMA: (youtube)
Learn more about QASH's use cases here
A summary of QASH and why it will serve a pivotal role in the growth of cryptocurrency market
EXTENDED SUMMARY from Qash reddit:
  1. We are well aware regarding performance issues and working on permanent fixes. Team is fully focus on fixing all the issues to get the system perform better. To be safe, another 2-3 weeks to fix and optimise our platforms. Problems related to database.
  2. Short term price is out of our control, and we do not intend to control. It is a supply demand. When you think about it, participating in ICO at 20% we are now 3-4x and this is without big partnership and product launches. Yes, a lil volatility but we cannot control. We are confident assured there is a big opportunity and price will reflect when we make big partnerships and launch big products, show revenue and business growth. CMC is just the beginning.
  3. It is up to Binance whenever they want to launch, and we respect their decision on date of listing. More exchanges in Korea are also interested.
  4. Christmas campaign will be likely announced tomorrow with attractive prizes.
  5. Current focus to get platforms high performing. Next focus is to enable QASH for payments for all the different services we have eg. margin trading/trading fees some time in January. We have technology and framework in place but ensuring our platform are of high performance before launching.
  6. 99% theft or hack are from hot wallet. Hot wallet is convenient but susceptible to hacks. We were approached by plenty of hot wallets company who offer their services, but when asked would you take responsibility if something would happen and they respond no. It is a dilemma. Hackers would want automatic fast withdraws. There is no right answer. Does not mean we would use cold wallet forever, but in the future we could get a balance. But ultimately, the cold wallet is for your security despite more work. The security of our customers' assets are our highest priority even at the expense of convenience. As a regulated exchange, the security of your funds are our responsibility therefor security is pivotal. There is no right way but we hear you and we will find the best way.
  7. Feedback on dashboard is noted and appreciated. Users find current difficult to use due to it being geared more towards professional traders. Soon, a new feature where you are asked questions, and dashboard tailored to your answer.
  8. World book beta is to be followed with the roadmap ie Beta in Q1. Full production possibly in Q2. All core technology is there. At the same time, QRYPTOS self service could be aggressively pushed in Jan but we are not releasing it half baked. No longer than Q1.
  9. QUOINE with Blockwave? We are almost there with the definitive agreements etc. But all are subjected to banks, regulations and product. Likely not going to happen in Q4 2017 with the holiday season. A great opportunity for Canadian residents to trade on Blockwave essentially powered by QUOINE.
  10. We used to have a cold and hot wallet last year. But in Q1, we found a lot of hack attempts and that includes threats towards the hot wallet.
  11. Possibly AMA next week by Katherine.
  12. Margin trading for highly liquid, more matured products eg BTC. Alts are not available at the moment due to high risk to both customers and company but will be available in the future eg QRYPTOS but subjected to the liquidity and the maturity of the product.
  13. Potential customers in the pipeline to use QASH for access to their own financial and non financial product? We need to show that QASH is first implemented on our platforms and show that users can use them to pay on our platform for fees, daily interest, margin, collateral but focusing on the performance issues of our platforms first.
  14. Plans for Australian exchanges? VAT, tax and banking issues despite a potential big market. Always looking for partner especially the proximity of Asia.
  15. Everything regarding marketing, Katherine will walk us through in the next AMA.
  16. Some interesting giveaways in the future?
  17. Exchanges in reality can delay listing QASH indefinitely as there are many variables. We will allow them to decide which is best.
  18. Bittrex? Not in a hurry but in the works.
  19. CME having an event in Singapore. Mike is one of the panels and will be speaking about business development,etc.
  20. Possible full Japanese AMA next.
  21. No timeline for setting a bank account in Singapore to have more options for fiat transfer but more talks will come. Banks have no reason to say no unless they feel threatened.
  22. Bithumb, progress is good. Not just them but other Korea exchanges.
  23. BTC all time high possibly due to general acceptance with CME being approved which could attract hedge fund.
  24. Possibly space ICO? A utility token to go to space?
  25. Russia will probably come with guidelines or some regulations next year fall to autumn time frame. Currently grey area. There are enough local exchanges, so not a problem for Russians at the moment.
Concluding with
Doing our best to make sure our foundation/platform at the best they can be and protecting our customers' asset securely is equally important with delivering our product and services.
We will only make announcements when it is meaningful. Only sharing when information is concrete.
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What is Cryptocurrency Lending?

What is Cryptocurrency Lending?
Source - https://medium.com/coinscapture/what-is-cryptocurrency-lending-5442339d19cc
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Trying your luck hard in the economy of Cryptocurrency trading, but still not satisfied with the returns? Here is an easy way of earning higher returns from your cryptocurrency holdings through “Cryptocurrency Lending”. This lending is as same as physical currency lending, the only difference is you get huge returns as compared to traditional banks. There are two types of Cryptocurrency Lending namely- Margin Lending and Peer-to-Peer Lending. Let’s understand each one of them step by step.
Please note: This article is for informational purposes only and not for financial advice.
What is Margin Lending?
Margin lending allows individuals to get cryptocurrency loan against their holdings, which are used as a security for the loan.
How does Margin Lending work?
Margin lending can be enabled by lending cryptocurrency on a lending exchange on which the lender makes his cryptocurrency holdings available for lent with his own interest rate. Such lending involves the borrower’s belief that the price of a coin may increase, based on this, he will request funds from the exchange. If your loan has the lowest rate of interest, the borrower will borrow from you. Once the specified loan period is over, the borrowed cryptocurrency is returned along with the interest amount.
Safety Measures for Margin Lending
What if the borrower had a hard time or the price of crypto goes down? Will the lent cryptocurrency be lost? To minimize such valid risks; exchange acts as safeguards and implements some terms for safety, such as the borrower is required to hold some % of his own cryptocurrency as collateral with the loan. If there is a situation that the cryptocurrency price does down, a margin call is rung and the borrower is requested/recommended to return the borrowed funds along with the interest rate.
Note: It is highly recommended to read and understand the terms and conditions of the exchange you lend on.
Poloniex, Bitfinex, Liqui, Quoine, and Coincheck are some examples of the lending platform each having its own terms and conditions, please go through them carefully.
What is Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Lending?
Peer-to-Peer (P2P) lending is person-to-person lending enabled on a website that allows individuals to get loans directly from investors and thereby cutting down the financial institution in between.
How does P2P lending work?
P2P lending is enabled on an online marketplace that matches borrowers and private investors directly. In this, the private investor is a lender providing a loan and the borrower has to pay back the borrowed cryptocurrency. The rate of interest is decided by the site depending on the creditworthiness of the applicant also all the money transfer and monthly payment are done through it. The matching is generally automated and done as follows:
  • The investor opens an account on the site and deposits the available amount of lending
  • The borrower completes an online loan application
  • The lending site determines the creditworthiness of the borrower through a credit check and assigns the interest rate
  • The investor offers a loan that may be accepted or rejected.
  • If the loan offer is accepted, the borrowed cryptocurrency has to be returned with interest within the specified period of maturity. If paid late, a late fee is charged
  • Some major organization also charges an additional fee depending on the loan amount.
Upstart, StreetShares, Prosper Marketplace, CircleBack lending, and the Lending club are some example of P2P lending platform each having its own terms and conditions, please go through them carefully.
Conclusion:
This was all about cryptocurrency lending. Before you decide to dive in, it is highly recommended to do your homework and invest carefully and consciously.
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Platform Launches Leveraged Bitcoin CFDs for Speculation on Movements Against JPY and USD

Platform Launches Leveraged Bitcoin CFDs for Speculation on Movements Against JPY and USD
A platform has launched a leveraged bitcoin contract-for-difference (CFD) product, enabling traders to speculate on the cryptocurrency’s price movements against the Japanese yen and United States dollar.

Liquid says demand for crypto derivatives is rising and believes these financial products have the potential to enhance awareness about the many hundreds of coins and tokens in the marketplace today.

Crypto derivatives are gaining popularity because of how they can help protect traders against volatility in the marketplace. When it comes to futures, traders may benefit from being able to buy or sell crypto at a preagreed-upon price on a fixed date in time. These contracts enable them to lock in the value and secure some uncertainty in an unpredictable market.

They can also be useful from a speculation perspective, especially if a trader believes that the value of a cryptocurrency is going to rise or fall in future. However, derivatives are not without their risks. While traders are paid the price difference by a broker when their analysis is correct, they would have to compensate the broker if the asset’s value went the other way.

One of the main challenges when dealing in crypto derivatives is making sure that prices on brokerage platforms is up to date.

Liquid says that its new service, Liquid Infinity, has been specifically tailored to the needs of professional traders. The company’s platform enables traders to leverage their positions up to 100x, “maximizing their exposure with minimum upfront capital.”

Mario Gomez Lozada, the chief product officer of Liquid, explained:

“We are well-known for our advanced trading platform features geared towards pro traders, in particular our core margin product with up to 25x leverage.

“Infinity will enable traders to amplify their risk-to-reward ratios with the existing risk management tools we have in place for our margin product, such as stop-loss orders and other advanced charting indicators.”

Liquid says that Infinity is accessible through a “sophisticated user dashboard,” along with other features that include margin trading of up to 25x leverage for a range of other preselected crypto-fiat pairings.

The Liquid platform — which is owned by Quoine, a company with offices in Japan, Singapore and Vietnam — says it offers secure cold wallet storage and Know Your Customer (KYC) compliance for both individual and corporate customers.

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Daostack Listed Its Native Token GEN on Liquid Cryptocurrency Exchange

Daostack Listed Its Native Token GEN on Liquid Cryptocurrency Exchange
DAOstack has announced the listing of its native token GEN, on one of the newest crypto exchanges Liquid, to begin trading on October 9, with BTC, ETH, and QASH trading pairs.
Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAOs) are self-organized entities on the blockchain without a central entity to control or dictate the actions of operations of the blockchain. Developments and decisions are achieved through collective and systemic programming.
DAOstacks uses layered smart contracts on the Ethereum blockchain to follow through with a chain of commands and parameters that have no central authority. It consists of agencies, different entities built upon these smart contracts.
The DAOstack blockchain project is designed to be an operating system for collective intelligence, which is expected to scale up innovative and collective human decision-making process for decentralized organizations.
GEN is an important part of the system being used to power the system and ensure its full operations. The GEN will link DAOs together and will ensure the prediction processing and a filter model for proposals across the networks of DAOs on the DAOstack platform.
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GEN has been adopted by DAOstack’s first decentralized application Alchemy, and currently runs on the Ethereum mainnet. More projects are currently leveraging this decentralized governance model. The GEN will allow users to access expert attention both within and outside the DAO and will also be a currency for rewarding contributors.
Leveraging on the successes of Ethereum’s network features, GEN will be to the DAOstack as Ether is to the Ethereum network. DAOstack has shown its excitement about the listing of the GEN token on the Liquid exchange and hopes that this is an important step out of many in ensuring that DAO systems grow into a full potential. Matan Field, DAOstack architect, and CEO have made it clear that:
“In the same way that ether is gas for the collective attention of computers, the GEN token is gas for the collective attention of human beings.”
By consolidating two exchanges Quoinex and Qryptos owned by the same fintech company Quoine, the Liquid exchange was formed. It has quite the achievement since it was set up in 2014. The exchange boasts of over $50 billion USD in transactions conducted on the exchange platform in just over a year. More so, ICOs have used the native token for the cryptocurrency exchange QASH, to raise a cumulative of $100 million USD.
The mother company Quoine is a global fintech company that has also received support from the Japan Financial Services Agency being the first cryptocurrency exchange that was officially licensed by the Agency. The exchange provides cryptocurrency trading, margin trading, and lending services.
For further information about DAOstack, visit the website, read the whitepaper and follow DAOstack on Twitter.
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QUOINE Expands Cryptocurrency Exchange Services In Canada

TOKYO, Oct. 26, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- QUOINE Pte Ltd. (QUOINE) has partnered with Canadian fintech startup Blockwave to bring blockchain fintech services to Canada, starting with the launch of a cryptocurrency exchange before the end of 2017.
https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/quoine-expands-cryptocurrency-exchange-services-in-canada-300543797.html

QUOINE will deploy its best-in-class trading engine powering its bitcoin exchange and trading platform, QUOINEX, to deliver the same high trading performance for Canadian customers, which include:
QUOINE is excited to bring its leading cryptocurrency exchange experience to the Canadian market. Mike Kayamori, CEO and Co-founder of QUOINE, stated "We see a lot of opportunity for QUOINE to serve the Canadian market more effectively with a local, trusted partner. At QUOINE, we believe in collaboration with fintech startups to help drive our mission to democratize finance by growing the crypto economy. This is why we have launched our own ICO, or QASH Token Sale at https://liquid.plus. We envision QASH to be the token of choice for fintech startups and financial institutions. At a micro level, because we are the issuers of QASH, we will work with fintech startups to structure promotions and incentive schemes for their users and all QUOINE services, including QUOINEX. Our partnership with Blockwave is a first step in that direction for a fruitful collaboration to build up liquidity for cryptocurrency markets in Canada with our high performance platforms, the QASH token, and in-house team expertise."
Nick Chong, founder of Blockwave, added: "This year, we expect the Canadian cryptocurrency exchange market to reach an annual volume of CAD $1.5 billion on 275,000 BTC, which is a 10x increase compared to 2016*. After the closure of several domestic exchanges over the past few years, and the retraction of a number of US-based exchanges from the Canadian market last year, Canadian cryptocurrency traders are left with only a handful of choices when it comes to dealing with reliable and reputable exchanges. Our goal is to become a major player in the industry, and thanks to our partnership with QUOINE we will bring higher levels of crypto liquidity to Canada and advanced trading features, such as margin-trading, that were previously not available to Canadians. "
The partnership will leverage on QUOINE's deep expertise in Know Your Customer (KYC) and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) standards. QUOINE is the first global crypto fintech company to receive an official license from the Japan Financial Services Agency (JFSA) on Friday, 29th September 2017 and has also received a comprehensive review from a Big 4 Firm.
Going forward, QUOINE and Blockwave plan to launch margin-trading features in 2018.
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Coinlend - Der Lending-Bot für Poloniex & Bitfinex

Für alle, die sich für Zinsen auf ihre Bitcoins, Altcoins oder US-Dollar interessieren, hier eine kleine Projektvorstellung meinerseits:
Wer sich intensiv mit dem Thema Bitcoins beschäftigt, kommt irgendwann mit den Themen Bitcoin-Scalping, Bitcoin-Trading und Bitcoin-Lending in Berührung. Die ersten beiden Dinge erfordern ein hohes Maß an Wissen, Erfahrung und einen hohen Einsatz an Zeit. Beim Bitcoin-Lending dagegen verleiht man seine Coins auf den Exchanges für das Margin-Trading, um damit Rendite zu erwirtschaften. Das Ganze ohne hohes Risiko, Coins zu verlieren, oder Verluste zu machen. Damit stellt das Lending eher ein passives Investment dar und eignet sich für den langfristigen Vermögensaufbau.
Wir sind ein kleines Team Cryptocurrency-Enthusiasten, welches schon seit Jahren in Bitcoins sowie Altcoins investiert. Um zustätzliche Gewinne neben den Kursgewinnen zu erwirtschaften, fingen wir schließlich damit an, unsere Bitcoins zu verleihen. Schnell haben wir festgestellt, dass das Lending zwar sehr lukrativ (aktuell 30-40% p.a.), aber auch sehr zeitintensiv ist und damit nicht zu unserem passivem Investmentstil passt. Aus diesem Grund haben wir Coinlend.de geschaffen, welches die manuellen Schritte des Lendings voll automatisiert und rund um die Uhr daran arbeitet, die besten Zinserträge zu generieren. Es war unser Ziel, das Ganze so einfach wie nur möglich zu gestaltet, sodass wirklich jeder den Service nutzen und davon profitieren kann. Es muss lediglich ein API-Key bei Poloniex/Bitfinex erstellt werden und auf der Coinlend Account Seite eingetragen werden. WICHTIG: Es besteht keinerlei Gefahr für eure Coins - Mit dem API-Key ist keine Auszahlung oder Trading von Coins möglich.
Sobald eure Funds im Lending-Wallet der gewählten Exchange liegen und die Einstellungen im Bot getätigt sind, fängt dieser an zu investieren. Neben Bitcoins verleiht der Bot auch alle anderen Cryptocurrencies wie DASH, ETH, etc., die auf den Exchanges verleihbar sind. Um Euch einen ersten Eindruck zu geben, was euch erwartet findet ihr hier noch ein paar Bilder und am Ende des Threads ein paar Antworten auf die häufigsten Fragen der Nutzer. Fragen und Feedback sind jederzeit willkommen!
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Häufige Fragen zu Coinlend
Wobei hilft mir diese Seite?
Auf Bitcoin Exchanges wie Poloniex oder Bitfinex ist es möglich, Bitcoins sowie andere Cryptocurrencies zu sehr attraktiven Zinsen und überschaubarem Risiko zu verleihen. Die Probleme beim manuellen Verwalten der Loans sind:
Die Zinssätze auf den Exchanges sehr volatil. Die geliehenen Coins können vom Schuldner jederzeit zurückgezahlt werden.
Für einen bestmöglichen Ertrag müsste man sich also regelmäßig einloggen und die Loans verwalten. Mittlerweile gibt es zumindest eine Auto-Renew Funktion, mit der Loans automatisch wieder vergeben werden, wenn diese zurückgezahlt wurden. Dies passiert dann allerdings wieder zum selben Zinssatz wie der vorherige Loan. Nun haben sich die Zinssätze allerdings womöglich stark verändert und liegen entweder über oder unter dem alten Zins. Damit verleiht man also entweder zu günstig und verschenkt Rendite oder die Zinsen sind gesunken und der Loan wird zu einem zu hohen Zinssatz eingestellt und wird nicht bedient. In der Zeit in welcher die Coins nicht verliehen sind, verliert somit ebenfalls wertvolle Rendite. Hier kommt der CoinLend Bot zum Einsatz und verleiht ganz automatisch 24 Stunden am Tag deine Coins zum bestmöglichen Zinssatz.
Wie funktioniert der Service?
Unser Hauptziel war es, das Ganze so einfach wie nur möglich zu machen und ein einfach zu bedienendes User Interface zu bauen. Du musst dich lediglich einen Account auf CoinLend erstellen und deine API Credentials für Poloniex bzw. Bitfinex auf der Account Page hinterlegen. Eine Schritt-für Schritt Anleitung findest du hier (Poloniex) bzw hier (Bitfinex). Der Bot wird alle paar Minuten deinen Account checken und wenn Loan auf Poloniex/Bitfinex zurückgezahlt wurden, werden diese zum optimalen Zins erneut verleihen.
Welches Risiko besteht?
Durch das Hinterlegen der API Keys bei CoinLend besteht kein Risiko. Mit den API Credentials ist keine Auszahlung und kein Handel von Tokens auf Poloniex/Bitfinex möglich. Selbst wenn CoinLend gehackt werden sollte, besteht keine Gefahr, da Auszahlungen nicht möglich sind.
Auf welchen Platformen kann verliehen werden?
Aktuell sind die Platformen Poloniex und Bitfinex integriert. Weitere Plattformen wie z.B. Quoine werden allerdings in Kürze folgen.
Gibt es Mindestestmengen für den Verleih?
Ja, die API Bitfinex erwartet für neue Loan-Offers einen Gegenwert von mindestens 50$. Das heißt, der Bot kann erst verleihen wenn diese Mindestmenge eines Tokens auf dem Funding-Wallet zur Verfügung steht.
Für Poloniex gelten die folgenden Mindestwerte:
Bitcoin: 0.01 BTC Ethereum: 1 ETH Clams: 10 CLAM Factom: 100 FCT Stellar: 100 STR Dogecoin: 100 DOGE
Was kostet der Service?
Der Service ist kostenlos. Falls du uns trotzdem unterstützen willst, freuen wir über uns über eine kleine Anerkennung:
BTC: 1HNoRcK3hFBRi68KcCNzDoofiKyuj95FVB ETH: 0x9abb086f01f144de4cd188b6a5ea6bd5445a92e4 DASH: Xp1xZfxYENAnAiMBCQYb6rD4idc3ad4Sm1
https://www.coinlend.de
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Due to the high volatility, every transaction contains risk for your trading account - especially if you use financial instruments like leveraged or margin trading. While there are trading courses which can teach you to develop a trading plan and execute a strategy,
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[uncensored-r/CryptoCurrency] VEN/VET might be one of the biggest gainers until 21th, you in?

The following post by kaefergeneral is being replicated because the post has been silently removed and some comments within it have been openly removed.
The original post can be found(in censored form) at this link:
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The original post's content was as follows:
It seems like VEN or rather VET, got some crazy days ahead and we might actually be hitting 2~3$ next week. ($0.88 as of time of writing) And it also seems my English is a bit rusty, should have been 21st of course :(
To those who aren't firm with VeChain yet, check out it's sub or head directly to this post for an overview.
As I predicted a few weeks ago it recently overtook Waltonchain marketcap wise by a nice margin, but I don't think it's nearly over yet and we can expect a nice 200~300% ROI within the next couple of days. If you are in VET already you might know about the rebranding and deadline for masternodes that is closing in on the 21st. In addition they hinted some kind of new partnership if the supposedly leak from 4Chan is right this is going to be huge pretty huge. But I suppose even if it is not, it's very likely to be a big announcement, until now they always delivered.
In addition to that we are going to see at least one new big exchange that seems to be Bithumb, but Bitfinex might also be possible if you consider the Quoine<>Bitfinex Partnership and that they already listed VET on Qryptos at launch. I couldn't verify the rumors about a Bittrex launch so I will hold back on that.
As always, DYOR, if you didn't, check their Apothesis announcement and their recent reddit AMA that left me even more bullish than before.
Did I miss someting? Got some Input?
tl;dr:
VEN rebranding to VET, major announcements incoming, possible Chinese Gov partnership, deadline for Masternodes closing in, major exchange (likely Bithumb) going to start trading soon.
Before the questions where to get it start again, I'd advise to get it on Binance (ref link). Liqui.io and Qryptos are possible but volume is pretty low.
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www.quoine.com japanese exhange goes up 4% while btc dumps and now they're offline ?

Quoine exchange
OKC 3M
And now they're offline, what the hell happened ?
Trading engine malfunction maybe ?
EDIT: Quoine sent this out: "December 13th, 2016, 12:54 PM UTC+9 - Trading has been halted due to price issues. Spot and margin orders, as well as deposit/withdrawal service for fiat and crypto currency will be unavailable until further notice. 3:52 PM Trades created after 2016-12-13 03:40:00 UTC will be reverted."
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Coinlend - Der Lending-Bot für Poloniex & Bitfinex

Für alle, die sich für Zinsen auf ihre Bitcoins, Altcoins oder US-Dollar interessieren, hier eine kleine Projektvorstellung meinerseits:
Wer sich intensiv mit dem Thema Bitcoins beschäftigt, kommt irgendwann mit den Themen Bitcoin-Scalping, Bitcoin-Trading und Bitcoin-Lending in Berührung. Die ersten beiden Dinge erfordern ein hohes Maß an Wissen, Erfahrung und einen hohen Einsatz an Zeit. Beim Bitcoin-Lending dagegen verleiht man seine Coins auf den Exchanges für das Margin-Trading, um damit Rendite zu erwirtschaften. Das Ganze ohne hohes Risiko, Coins zu verlieren, oder Verluste zu machen. Damit stellt das Lending eher ein passives Investment dar und eignet sich für den langfristigen Vermögensaufbau.
Wir sind ein kleines Team Cryptocurrency-Enthusiasten, welches schon seit Jahren in Bitcoins sowie Altcoins investiert. Um zustätzliche Gewinne neben den Kursgewinnen zu erwirtschaften, fingen wir schließlich damit an, unsere Bitcoins zu verleihen. Schnell haben wir festgestellt, dass das Lending zwar sehr lukrativ (aktuell 30-40% p.a.), aber auch sehr zeitintensiv ist und damit nicht zu unserem passivem Investmentstil passt. Aus diesem Grund haben wir Coinlend.de geschaffen, welches die manuellen Schritte des Lendings voll automatisiert und rund um die Uhr daran arbeitet, die besten Zinserträge zu generieren. Es war unser Ziel, das Ganze so einfach wie nur möglich zu gestaltet, sodass wirklich jeder den Service nutzen und davon profitieren kann. Es muss lediglich ein API-Key bei Poloniex/Bitfinex erstellt werden und auf der Coinlend Account Seite eingetragen werden. WICHTIG: Es besteht keinerlei Gefahr für eure Coins - Mit dem API-Key ist keine Auszahlung oder Trading von Coins möglich.
Sobald eure Funds im Lending-Wallet der gewählten Exchange liegen und die Einstellungen im Bot getätigt sind, fängt dieser an zu investieren. Neben Bitcoins verleiht der Bot auch alle anderen Cryptocurrencies wie DASH, ETH, etc., die auf den Exchanges verleihbar sind. Um Euch einen ersten Eindruck zu geben, was euch erwartet findet ihr hier noch ein paar Bilder und am Ende des Threads ein paar Antworten auf die häufigsten Fragen der Nutzer. Fragen und Feedback sind jederzeit willkommen!
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Häufige Fragen zu Coinlend
Wobei hilft mir diese Seite?
Auf Bitcoin Exchanges wie Poloniex oder Bitfinex ist es möglich, Bitcoins sowie andere Cryptocurrencies zu sehr attraktiven Zinsen und überschaubarem Risiko zu verleihen. Die Probleme beim manuellen Verwalten der Loans sind:
Die Zinssätze auf den Exchanges sehr volatil. Die geliehenen Coins können vom Schuldner jederzeit zurückgezahlt werden.
Für einen bestmöglichen Ertrag müsste man sich also regelmäßig einloggen und die Loans verwalten. Mittlerweile gibt es zumindest eine Auto-Renew Funktion, mit der Loans automatisch wieder vergeben werden, wenn diese zurückgezahlt wurden. Dies passiert dann allerdings wieder zum selben Zinssatz wie der vorherige Loan. Nun haben sich die Zinssätze allerdings womöglich stark verändert und liegen entweder über oder unter dem alten Zins. Damit verleiht man also entweder zu günstig und verschenkt Rendite oder die Zinsen sind gesunken und der Loan wird zu einem zu hohen Zinssatz eingestellt und wird nicht bedient. In der Zeit in welcher die Coins nicht verliehen sind, verliert somit ebenfalls wertvolle Rendite. Hier kommt der CoinLend Bot zum Einsatz und verleiht ganz automatisch 24 Stunden am Tag deine Coins zum bestmöglichen Zinssatz.
Wie funktioniert der Service?
Unser Hauptziel war es, das Ganze so einfach wie nur möglich zu machen und ein einfach zu bedienendes User Interface zu bauen. Du musst dich lediglich einen Account auf CoinLend erstellen und deine API Credentials für Poloniex bzw. Bitfinex auf der Account Page hinterlegen. Eine Schritt-für Schritt Anleitung findest du hier (Poloniex) bzw hier (Bitfinex). Der Bot wird alle paar Minuten deinen Account checken und wenn Loan auf Poloniex/Bitfinex zurückgezahlt wurden, werden diese zum optimalen Zins erneut verleihen.
Welches Risiko besteht?
Durch das Hinterlegen der API Keys bei CoinLend besteht kein Risiko. Mit den API Credentials ist keine Auszahlung und kein Handel von Tokens auf Poloniex/Bitfinex möglich. Selbst wenn CoinLend gehackt werden sollte, besteht keine Gefahr, da Auszahlungen nicht möglich sind.
Auf welchen Platformen kann verliehen werden?
Aktuell sind die Platformen Poloniex und Bitfinex integriert. Weitere Plattformen wie z.B. Quoine werden allerdings in Kürze folgen.
Gibt es Mindestestmengen für den Verleih?
Ja, die API Bitfinex erwartet für neue Loan-Offers einen Gegenwert von mindestens 50$. Das heißt, der Bot kann erst verleihen wenn diese Mindestmenge eines Tokens auf dem Funding-Wallet zur Verfügung steht.
Für Poloniex gelten die folgenden Mindestwerte:
Bitcoin: 0.01 BTC Ethereum: 1 ETH Clams: 10 CLAM Factom: 100 FCT Stellar: 100 STR Dogecoin: 100 DOGE
Was kostet der Service?
Der Service ist kostenlos. Falls du uns trotzdem unterstützen willst, freuen wir über uns über eine kleine Anerkennung:
BTC: 1HNoRcK3hFBRi68KcCNzDoofiKyuj95FVB
ETH: 0x9abb086f01f144de4cd188b6a5ea6bd5445a92e4
DASH: Xp1xZfxYENAnAiMBCQYb6rD4idc3ad4Sm1
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Japanese Exchanges Say: Our Trading Volumes Are Real

This is an automatic summary, original reduced by 79%.
We've seen a huge increase in bitcoin trading volumes from Japan recently.
For years now, Chinese exchanges and the national currency RMB/CNY have dominated bitcoin trading.
Observers credited highly-leveraged margin trading and zero-fee exchanges to China's dominance.
The second is that some Japanese exchanges offered fee-free trading in the past, which encouraged higher volumes.
This Reddit thread from last week posited that Japan was not leading the price rally at all, and that the country's exchanges were inflating volumes with in-house algorithmric trading,.
"At Quoine, we are charging fees on all trades other than spot trading of BTC/JPY. Every other currency pair, as well as margin trading, there is a fee. And our spreads are quite large, hence our volume is actually lower in April/May than it was March."
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Japan eyes prize in regulating bitcoin

As speculative fever takes hold, cybercriminals taint the brand with ransom demands and prices whipsaw between record highs and cliff-edge stumbles, governments, investors and financial institutions are legitimately asking whether the world is ready for bitcoin.A thornier question — soon to be answered in Japan — is whether bitcoin is ready for “Mrs Watanabe”, the notional holder of the nation’s household purse-strings.Since April 1 this year, as the global market value of bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies has surpassed $50bn, a growing number of online exchanges, funds and remittance companies has been scrambling to make formal registrations with the Japan Financial Services Agency. The process is expensive, demanding, laced with invisible tripwires and not all applicants, by any means, will be successful.The prize, though, could be spectacular. Japanese retail investors — a group that does include a lot of Mrs Watanabe housewives but is actually dominated by her day-trading children and their leveraged online accounts — are voracious. FX margin trading in Japan, the “Mrs Watanabe” favourite with volumes at about $10tn per quarter, is the largest in the world. A minute fraction of that channelled towards the bitcoin market, say the most excitable proponents, could be transformational.Propelling the rush to register is new legislation that (perhaps counter-intuitively for a country whose financial services industry still routinely uses fax machines), puts Japan comfortably at the head of the global pack on crypto currency trading regulation. Some US states have their own regulation for local bitcoin exchanges, but so far, no central government has taken the plunge and attempted to regulate an asset that was invented to defy regulation. It is easy to see why the FSA is keen to move: Japan, by volume, is one of the largest centres of bitcoin trading on any given day and has been helped by China clamping down. The Japanese government — unexpectedly clear-headed on the issue — sees as much potential opportunity as threat in that.Hence the stampede to register exchanges and other businesses with the FSA. The prospect of a market where the government has demystified an otherwise enigmatic asset and Mrs Watanabe has been soothed by seeing the stamp of a regulator known for its conservatism, is simply too lucrative a bet to pass up.By October 1, any bitcoin or “alternative coin” exchange or money transfer business that wants to operate in Japan must come under the regulatory supervision of the FSA and be submitted to annual audits. Much of the regulation (some of it in the familiar language of anti-money laundering measures and “know-your-customer” protocols) represents an attempt by Japan to purge some of the anarchy from bitcoin’s image. Other parts are designed to ensure separation between the stashes of customers’ bitcoins from those belonging to the exchanges themselves — a measure that might have avoided some of the chaos that followed the 2014 collapse of what was at the time the world’s biggest bitcoin exchange, the Japan-based Mt Gox.In a final regulatory flourish that gently mocks the first two-thirds of the phrase “digital crypto currency”, new customers will not be able to trade until they have received a hard-copy acknowledgment letter, delivered by registered post to their home address.But for all the regulatory freight, this is a strangely light-footed moment for Japan and the FSA. To reach this point, a series of surprisingly un-Japanese breaches of natural conservatism have been necessary — not least, the formal recognition of bitcoins as a legal payment system.The retail investor — Mrs Watanabe — doesn’t want the wild, wild west, she wants something regulated and trustworthyMike Kayamori, chief executive of crypto currency exchange QuoineThere are several reasons for the leap. The first arises from the Mt Gox catastrophe, the high global visibility of what remains one of the biggest digital heists in history, an international cast of furious investors and the FSA’s fierce discomfort that all this happened on its turf. This is an assertion of control by Japan, but one driven by the desire to legitimise something that it knows, from long experience, that Mrs Watanabe may very well be interested in.Just as important, though, is the extent to which fintech — a loosely-mapped Aladdin’s cave of blockchain technology, crypto currency trading, artificial intelligence data analysis and other envisaged innovation — lies at the heart of government plans to turbo-charge Japan’s comatose financial services industry. Everyone loves and talks up the idea of Japanese banks (only recently armed with the legal ability to do so) splurging investment towards bleeding-edge fintech; nobody, confides the president of one of Japan’s three megabanks, is going to invest a single yen until there is a regulatory framework in place.The way regulation has been handled in Japan, say companies currently applying for the licence, is both curse and blessing. On the one hand, there are elements of the regulation that are heavy handed and could ultimately threaten a crypo-currency that has thrived on anonymity. Apart from bitcoin, for example, there are more than 800 alternative currencies on the market, but the FSA is effectively approving only one of them, ethereum.“When you are talking about start-ups, which of course a lot of the bitcoin-related businesses are, you never really think of regulation as a good thing,” says Mike Kayamori, chief executive of the crypto currency exchange Quoine, who argues that Japan has a long history of using regulation to squash innovation and “undesirable” areas of industry as it famously did with consumer loan companies in the late 2000s. “But in this case, it just might be different. The retail investor — Mrs Watanabe — doesn’t want the wild, wild west, she wants something regulated and trustworthy.”
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Quoine Bitcoin Exchange - How can we serve you better?

Hi, We'd like to hear from the Australian Bitcoin Community on how we can provide a better service to you. Quoine is a powerful Bitcoin Trading platform offering 10 currency pairs vs BTC, multi-currency trading, margin trading, and more.
We have very low BTC/AUD volumes, and would love to know what we can do to improve. Our AUD bank account is offshore so there is no GST requirements, although it is subject to wire fee's.
Many thanks in advance!
www.quoine.com
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question about margin lending on quoine exchange

not sure if this is best the place to put, but I have recently been considering doing margin lending on Quoine, the interest seems to be about 7.5% post fee for lending in Euro, has anyone on here done it? if so does anyone know if it is possible to lending in a currency that is not your primary currency, ie deposit bitcoin, trade it into euro and then lend it out?
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Quoine's Liquid Trading Platform Allows 25x Margin on BCH Pairings. Liquid is a cryptocurrency trading platform which seeks to make trading more accessible to the average trader by further linking fiat and crypto to one another. This past week, the exchange came out with information on their intention to allow new leveraged positions in their growing Bitcoin Cash market. How do I track my balance/margin on the dashboard? What is the difference between spot trading and margin trading? What is my base currency pair? Can I change it? Trading fee; Why is a product (trading pair) disabled? What is the difference between market order and limit order? See more [margin] One-Direction, Two-Direction, Net-Out Margin traders can use leverage to open a larger position than what their own funds allow. For example, with a 2x leverage rate, they can borrow twice the amount they put aside as margin. In both examples, BTC is the base currency and fiat is the quote currency. Base currency and quote currency can be applied to anything. QUOINEX (which stands for QUOINE Exchange) is a relatively new competitor in the cryptocurrency space. The company behind this project operates two brands – one focused on accepting fiat currency deposits Be sure to fully understand the ways margin trading operates before participating in it. Margin type. When margin trading on Liquid, you have the choice of trading Cross Margin or Isolated Margin. With Cross Margin, your trading position is backed by the total account balance. This decreases the chances of liquidation, as your available margin is increased. But, it also technically puts your entire funding account at risk.

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