Let's talk about Exchanges


#61

Lvl 2 as well. Daily limit was 100 BTC


#62

It shows still 100BTC on my end. When i click on withdraw BTC everything is like it was. Didn’t actually go further with withdrawing, will check later to withdraw anything, but no notification so far.


#63

So far i know they have banned Serbia, Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina from trading on binance. Could be more as their new partner for checking AML/KYC has changed and is same as for CEX.IO. https://medium.com/binanceexchange/binances-aml-kyc-partners-be471a23a977


#64

Seems non EU coutries are affected …


#65

Seems this is how they bank the Unbanked huh ? Exclude people from non privileged countries from making money.


#66

This suc.ks of course. I wasn’t aware they are actinglike that.

Just out of curiousity, what trading pairs have been of interest for you at Binance? Pretty sure there are better exchanges for some of them, not?


#67

Its not just the pairs but volume as well. Here is an email from their support saying even if you country is not in the black list, they choose to ban us from trading. For now I’ve switched to Bittrex and considering Poloniex.


#68

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#69

It would be great if Poloniex and Bitmex would allow Zcash to be margin traded.


#70

Poloniex is stopping all margin for US based customers

October 3, 2018

POLONIEX TO REMOVE MARGIN AND LENDING PRODUCTS FOR US-BASED CUSTOMERS AND TO DELIST THREE ASSETS

As part of our effort to continuously professionalize and improve Poloniex, we are delisting several assets and taking steps to remove our margin and lending products for US-based customers.

Removing Margin Trading For US-Based Customers

By the end of the year, we’re taking steps to remove our margin and lending products for US-based customers. These changes are part of our ongoing commitment to ensure that Poloniex complies with regulatory requirements in every jurisdiction. In doing so, we’re also making every effort to ensure a smooth transition for customers who may be affected. We will provide more communication in the coming weeks about the final date but it will be by the end of the year and encourage customers to take steps to unwind margin positions at their convenience.

Existing loans will remain open and continue to fund positions and earn interest for their previously specified duration.

Delisting Three Assets On October 10th

We are also announcing that on October 10th at 12:00pm ET we will be delisting three assets: AMP, EXP, GNO.

Customers have until November 9th at 12:00pm ET to close out any trades and withdraw any balances in these assets. Our goal for all delistings is to make this process as painless as possible for customers, which is why we always endeavour to:

  • Provide you with seven days advance notice before removing a market
  • Give holders of the impacted assets 30 days to withdraw funds from delisted assets
  • Remind you with multiple forms of communication during the period leading up to the deadline

In the rare event that wallet availability is interrupted, we may extend the deadline and contact holders of impacted assets via email. There may also be times when customers are unable to withdraw delisted assets for reasons outside of Poloniex’s control, such as when a network is no longer live. In these situations, we will secure the delisted funds in cold storage for a reasonable period with the potential to online the funds and allow customers to withdraw should the network become operational again. We will handle these scenarios, which we recognize can be frustrating for customers, case by case.

Once the withdrawal deadline has been reached (November 9th at 12:00pm ET), withdrawals will be disabled and the asset will be fully decommissioned. From this point forward, we will be unable to process withdrawals of impacted assets. It is imperative that customers withdraw delisted tokens by the withdrawal deadline.

Please visit our Help Center article for more information about our delisting process. If you have any questions or feedback on margin lending, you can reach out to our customer experience team here.

The Poloniex Team


#71

Well I am not US based customer am I ? :smiley:


#72

I have no idea, I don’t stalk you that much to know your country of origin / habitation :wink:


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#77

Personally, I like EXMO exchange.
It is very good for miners )
https://exmo.com/?ref=1081797


#78

https://www.ccn.com/romania-bitcoin-exchange-coinflux-halts-activities-after-ceos-arrest/


#79

This site claims that many exchanges report fake volume to attract customers:
https://www.blockchaintransparency.org


#80

Thx, that’s the December report, one of the best and most accurate so far. But the following 2 sub reports from them are even better:

Trusted list of exchanges (no or very little fake volume!)

https://www.blockchaintransparency.org/december-2018-rankings

Exchanges with large amount of fake volume, exactly these that i have suspected from faking ZEC volume enormiously:

https://www.blockchaintransparency.org/trading-advisory-list/