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  1. o FFS. Didnt you guys remember the drinking game from the beginning of the year. Everytime C******e is mentioned you need to take a shot. Now i am drunk as a skunk at 10.42 on a saturdaymorning after reading this thread
  2. Yes you need to do alot more yourself on Bitstamp and for easy of use XRParrot will definitely be easier end2end but more expensive. But is a good service and i am sure it will be used alot. Again i was just being factual with an example from today, nothing else
  3. I agree it most likely will be faster hower it is not necessarily cheaper. I actually a few hours ago received 490 euro on Bitstamp (zero cost). Bough my zerps with it and transferred it to my wallet. Total fee was 1,23 euro + the transfer to wallet was 0,06 of xrp price of 0,24300 =1,25 euro In XRParrot it will be 490-1=489-0,5%=486,56 total fee of 3,45 euro Not bashing it in anyway just being factual. What Wietse wind does for the community is awesome and i hope his initiave succeeds.
  4. i am pretty sure that on feb 23rd it wasnt 3....
  5. He is doing great verbally (still watching) but he hasn't moved anything but his head yet. Did they ship over a robot to take his place
  6. Because We have drinking game, when c***b*** is mentioned we need to drink. I was just sober for the first time in 4 months..
  7. hehe i thought the same a month ago. But then realised we would be dead already with alcohol poisoning
  8. Is it just me or this guy made a prediction like 100's other youtubers did and happened to be right and is now just trying to cash in on it
  9. Fully agree and would also add that it seen as a small part of the financial word and over regulating it would squash innovation as you say
  10. Fellow Binancians, On Mar 7, UTC 14:58-14:59, within this 2 minute period, the VIA/BTC market experienced abnormal trading activity. Our automatic risk management system was triggered, and all withdrawals were halted immediately. This was part of a large scale phishing and stealing attempt. So far: All funds are safe and no funds have been stolen. The hackers accumulated user account credentials over a long period of time. The earliest phishing attack seems to have dated back to early Jan. However it was around Feb 22, where a heavy concentration of phishing attacks were seen using unicode domains, looking very much like binance.com, with the only difference being 2 dots at the bottom of 2 characters. Many users fell for these traps and phishing attempts. After acquiring these user accounts, the hacker then simply created a trading API key for each account but took no further actions, until yesterday. Yesterday, within the aforementioned 2 minute period, the hackers used the API keys, placed a large number of market buys on the VIA/BTC market, pushing the price high, while 31 pre-deposited accounts were there selling VIA at the top. This was an attempt to move the BTC from the phished accounts to the 31 accounts. Withdrawal requests were then attempted from these accounts immediately afterwards. However, as withdrawals were already automatically disabled by our risk management system, none of the withdrawals successfully went out. Additionally, the VIA coins deposited by the hackers were also frozen. Not only did the hacker not steal any coins out, their own coins have also been withheld. The hackers were well organized. They were patient enough to not take any immediate action, and waited for the most opportune moment to act. They also selected VIA, a coin with smaller liquidity, to maximize their own gains. After a thorough security check by Binance, we resumed withdrawals. Trading functionality was never affected. There are still some users whose accounts where phished by these hackers and their BTC were used to buy VIA or other coins. Unfortunately, those trades did not execute against any of the hackers’ accounts as counterpart. As such, we are not in a position to reverse those trades. We again advise all traders to take special precaution to secure their account credentials. Protecting our traders is and has always been our highest priority. Thanks for your support! Binance Team 2018/03/08
  11. It will pass. As a hodler we shouldn't really worry about these dips. At least Binance itself wasn't hacked and for the trustee he is just getting back as much as he can to pay out the creditors. Hopefully we will chuckle about this in due time What i see as a positive is that the XPR/X ratios are maintaining itself so just market flows and nothing XPR specific
  12. IF i understand it right he/she basically pumped VIA to an insane level with the bots and then i guess sold a lot that he/she owned at a good profit. If this is right i have to admit it is quit ingenious.
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