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IOTA Handel eröffnen

Den Trend nicht verpennen und die Augen vor Innovationen nicht verschließen und einen IOTA Handel eröffnen. .

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  • BILLY commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Iota wird ganz sicher eine Bereicherung für werden 👍

  • Alessandro Noto commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Wird langsam Zeit, dass IOTA endlich bei gelistet wird. So könnten noobs leichter Zugang dazu bekommen

  • anonym commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Ich warte nur darauf
    Muss leider über kaufen
    Oder bitpanda.
    Bitte so schnell wie möglich

  • anonym commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Absolut IOTA. Sitz in Deutschland, zahlreiche Industrie-Partnerschaften. Sollten alle Deutschen die Möglichkeit zum Kauf / Handel haben. Top.

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Es wird endlich Zeit, dass man auf folgende Kryptowährungen handeln kann, weil diese sich längst etabiliert haben:
    - Ripple (XRP)
    - Dash (DSH)
    - Zcash (ZEC)
    - Litecoin (LTC)
    - Iota
    - Cardano (ADA)
    - Stellar Lumen (XLM)

    Das ganze würde eure Einnahmen um einiges erhöhen und euch wettbewerbsfähiger machen z.B. gegen die neue App der Stuttgarter Börse "Bison".

  • Andy commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Kann mich nur anschließen. Ein paar relevante Coins mit entsprechendem Handelsvolumen (Monero, IOTA u. a.) wären schon nicht schlecht. Das spart Einiges an Hin- und Hergeschiebe zwischen den einzelnen Börsen.

  • Midas3 commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Wieso schreibst keine Antwort auf die über 200 Kommentare. Ein Update zum Stand der Dinge über die Aufnahme von Iota wäre echt nett und hilfreich. Man sollte nicht zu lange warten den es baut sich langsam Konkurrenz auf mit Ich persönlich finde ist beste Seite zum handeln auch was die Sicherheit angeht. Also wenn ihr keine Kunden verlieren wollt und in Gegenteil vielmehr Kunden haben könnt solltet ihr echt Iota so schnell wie möglich aufnehmen.

  • [Deleted User] commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Gegenüber anderen Kryptons Plattformen, ******************************* 4x Krypton zu handeln.

  • Theo Gottwald commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    It turns out that even though IOTA is a live cryptocurrency network with a market cap in the billions of dollars, it doesn't even function as a true peer-to-peer network.

    Rather than having thousands and thousands of decentralized nodes worldwide forming a peer-to-peer network, nodes which are discoverable using a dynamic routing system, instead IOTA has a tiny number of hard-coded dedicated nodes that people connect to. Most of these nodes don't work, or are supposedly, allegedly, 'overwhelmed with traffic'.

    Instead of an IOTA transaction being confirmed in a matter of minutes, users were unable to get transactions to confirm for days, sometimes weeks at a time.

    I did start changing which nodes I connected to. I did keep 're-attaching' my transaction, over, and over again. Some users reported doing this process literally hundreds of times for weeks on end with no success.

    Eventually, through this process, I managed to get most of my IOTA to an exchange over a week and sell them. I was never able to sell them anywhere near the price of $5 when I originally sent them but, frankly, at this point I was glad I was able to get any of my money back at all.

    Meanwhile, if you went into reddit or twitter the supporters of IOTA were behaving like members of a brainwashed religious cult. Even though the Slack channel was filled with users having the same experience I was having, the IOTA supporters were 'blaming the victim'.

    It was all our fault because, apparently I guess, we were not hitting the 'send transaction' button correctly.

    Remember, the IOTA wallet is incredibly dumb and simplistic. It has a 'send' and a 'receive' button on the menu. One would expect, and I know this is crazy talk, that hitting 'send' would send money and hitting 'receive' would receive money. Apparently, and I apologize for being so dumb, this doesn't actually work.

    After successfully managing to dump most of my IOTA, even though I lost many, many, thousands of dollars because I had to sell at a much lower price than I wanted to, I finally reached an impasse with my remaining 5,600mi.

    I posted on Twitter a statement of fact, that the IOTA network was not functioning for most users. I might as well have stuck my hand in a hornets nest.

    Rather than a guy trying to use a cryptocurrency network and finding that it simply does not work, an army of IOTA cult followers began to attack me. To such an extent, and I kid you not, that one guy actually wrote an article for PyschologyToday about how 'organized FUD' manipulates markets.

    The irony that a guy who has been brainwashed to believe the IOTA network actually functions as advertised would attack people simply stating facts was just too much.

    Rather than a guy who invested in the technology and found that it is not, at this time, in a functioning state, instead I was running an organized psychological operations campaign against the holy IOTA network.

    So, that's where we are today. I still maybe, or maybe not, I really don't know, own 5,600mi. I can't sell them because the network will no longer process my transactions. I'm just going to hold onto them until some point in the future when, maybe, they reorganize their database again, maybe they fix their software and maybe I can sell them.

    On the one hand, I'm happy I got my original investment back out. On the other hand, at the $5 price I wanted to sell at, 5,600 MI is $28,000USD and, last I checked, that's still a lot of money to a lot of people, including myself.

    I do want to close with this. Some people on reddit and Twitter, rather than attacking me or my motives, actually tried to help. And they were sincere, and I really do appreciate it.

    However, I must leave you with this.

    To help explain why I am having problems with IOTA, and I kid you not, this is the link that was forwarded to me. Here is a link to the article explaining how to use IOTA.

    This is one of the craziest things I have ever seen in cryptocurrency. The absurdity of this is mindboggling and truly represents the sheer denial that IOTA supporters are in if they think, in any way, this is acceptable.

    It states:

    RULE 1: NEVER re-use an address. NEVER. NO exceptions.
    RULE 2: ALWAYS attach a new receive address to the Tangle.
    RULE 3: ALWAYS wait for a transaction to be confirmed before sending anything else.
    So, rule #1 is an admission that the network is fundamentally broken. A cryptocurrency that doesn't let you send funds to the same public key more than once, because a hacker could derive your private key, is just about the single most insane thing I have ever heard.

    And, of course, there is nothing to prevent an end user from doing this by accident. In fact, one of the popular exchanges says that if you accidentally send funds to the same deposit address twice you will *lose your money*. I kid you not. This is real.

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    IOTA wär sicher eine sinnvolle Erweiterung für die Plattform und ihre Kunden

  • MKE commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Ich bin Neueinsteiger und möchte mein investiertes Geld gerne aus sicherheitsgründen in mehrere Währungen streuen. gefällt mir sehr gut, aber derzeit müsste ich dafür zusätzlich noch auf eine oder mehrere andere Plattformen nach ausländischem Recht gehen, was mir widerstrebt. Bei habe ich einen Beitrag vom September 2017 bzgl. Multicoin-Plattform gefunden, aber seit Bitcoin Cash und Etherium hat sich wohl nichts mehr getan. Ich denke, zumindest die 20 schwergewichtigsten Währungen sollten aufgenommen werden, dann hätte ich keinen Grund mehr, über andere (windige) Plattformen nachzudenken.
    Ach ja: Ein Limit-Handel wäre noch sehr schön.

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