❕NEWS – Bitcoin removed from exchanges see a massive decrease in exchange holdings | Proxies-free

The one thing that happens in the cryptocurrency community is that there’s a lot of trends that are created between what is happening now and what has happened in previous years of the cryptocurrency coin development. This is generally considered to be a great way to try and predict what is going to happen in the future of cryptocurrency. Now if we compare how much bitcoin has been taken out from cryptocurrency exchanges now compared to a few years ago we can see one major similarity. With the amount of Bitcoin that has been taken out of cryptocurrency exchanges it was caused the reserve levels of Bitcoin on these exchanges to actually drop down to a level that we only saw in 2018. This is three years ago. Since then there has been a major increase in the price of Bitcoin therefore it could be an indication that people are taking out their Bitcoin in order to keep it into a cold wallet or perhaps a hardware wallet where they can store it for a long period of time. Do you think that it is a good thing that the exchanges are reaching levels that they previously saw in 2018 what do you expect there to be higher levels considering the fact that there was more bitcoin that has been mined since this happened in 2018?

❕NEWS – Cryptocurrency exchanges hold a large portion of the Bitcoin in circulation | Proxies-free

It is natural for a cryptocurrency exchange to hold a large portion of any coin that they have listed on the cryptocurrency exchange site because it will allow people to purchase or sell that coin with relative ease. In a recent statistical analysis that was done it actually shows that of all the Bitcoin that is currently in circulation cryptocurrency exchanges actually hold over 13% of all of this Bitcoin. This is actually quite a considerable amount if you think about how much bitcoin is actually out there currently. Do you think that it is a good thing that exchanges have this much of the Bitcoin or do you think that 13.8% of the Bitcoin been in exchanges could actually result in a volatile bitcoin nature depending on how people choose to trade in these coins?

Post Exchanges With CafeDiscussions.com | Forum Promotion

I am now open to post exchanges with my site Cafe Discussions It was formerly called Mind Piff and is the exact same site I’ve had. We have obtained a decent amount of posts at this time. It’s also a general discussion forum with many topics to post about and many different opportunities to get the posts.

I am open to one time anywhere between 10/10-20/20 exchanges. If you want to do a 5/5 we can but I prefer 10/10 exchanges on average which I don’t mind at all. If you need more posts then a 20/20 would be a good exchange.

I don’t do daily because when you have enough users participating it gets hard to keep up. However, I definitely don’t mind doing one-off exchanges more then once, considerably several or a handful of times once both parties agree.

Whoever goes first is unimportant to me and I’d even be willing to go first unless your new to forum promotion then it would be good for you to start.

There may be time periods in the future where I have the thread locked and then re-opened or take a break from it but I should be open for exhanges for a good while. Come check out the site if you haven’t seen it already and reply below your site and I will join and let me know what kind of trade you want. Cheers. ~TopSilver

 

distributed system – What types of messaging middleware solutions are used by the biggest exchanges like Nasdaq, NYSE, ICE, NYMEX, Japan Exchange Group, Euronext, etc?

Exchanges are famous for having to deal with a huge amount of messages. For example, some years (decades?) ago Nasdaq has migrated their reliable UDP protocol from 32-bit, which could support sequence numbers up to 4,294,967,295 to 64-bit, which can now support sequence numbers up to 18,446,744,073,709,551,615.

Some types of messaging middleware solutions are:

Which approach above and/or product (commercial/open source/in-house) are they using it? Is this information known to the tech community?

Which exchanges are Tor-friendly?

Mt. Gox’s sign-up page states:

Please be advised that accessing your account via the Tor network
and/or public proxies may result in a temporary suspension of your
account, and having to submit AML documents.

Are there other exchanges which do not have such a restriction (e.g. for transfers and account balances below $1K USD for instance?)

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I am now open to post exchanges with my site The General Forums It was formerly called Mind Piff and is the exact same site I’ve had. We have obtained a decent amount of posts at this time. It’s also a general discussion forum with many topics to post about and many different opportunities to get the posts.

I am open to one time anywhere between 10/10-20/20 exchanges. If you want to do a 5/5 we can but I prefer 10/10 exchanges on average which I don’t mind at all. If you need more posts then a 20/20 would be a good exchange.

I don’t do daily because when you have enough users participating it gets hard to keep up. However, I definitely don’t mind doing one-off exchanges more then once, considerably several or a handful of times once both parties agree.

Whoever goes first is unimportant to me and I’d even be willing to go first unless your new to forum promotion then it would be good for you to start.

There may be time periods in the future where I have the thread locked and then re-opened or take a break from it but I should be open for exhanges for a good while. Come check out the site if you haven’t seen it already and reply below your site and I will join and let me know what kind of trade you want. Cheers. ~TopSilver

 

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exchanges – How to buy BTC directly into cold wallet?

This was asked before in 2017 – Is it possible to buy bitcoins via an exchange directly into cold storage? – but this was 4 years ago, a lot may have changed.

My question is the same, did something change regarding exchange sites (Coinbase, Kraken, Binance etc.) to allow the purchase of BTC directly into a given BTC public address, or do we still need to have it sent to the exchange wallet first, and later transfer it to a cold wallet (and pay transfer fee).

My idea is to avoid that transfer fee and have the BTC sent to my cold wallet directly!