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I'm trying to get in to cryptocurrency's, I tired to create a CoinSpot account but I can't complete the verification as I don't have a drivers license.
What alternatives to CoinSpot would you recommend, that don't require a drivers license or passport? Otherwise, I think you can also try Coinbase, but I'm having one hell of a time passing their bank verification. Thanks for the reply, I'll look in to it. I don't have a passport: I don't have a driver's license and have had to submit documents online a handful of times. They've always accepted my proof of age ID with no hassles or questions. Give it a go. Could you help me out? The online system Green ID insists on getting either an Australian driving license or a Medicare card, neither of which I have as an international student.
I have e-mailed support asking about it, and offering the usual passport and utility bill verification, but they refused to help me, and insisted that I can just get a medicare card. Anyone considering ethereum too? Basically I'll send you the money via direct deposit and then you can purchase the bitcoins and ethereum for me. Make an account on Poloneix and localbitcoins, buy some BTC…send to poloneix and buy some coins.
But anyways ethereum what I am after.. Wow, look at the price now! Talk about high cost of entry! I'm looking into the other cryptos at the moment how I ended up here. If you ever find a way to do let me know I'd like to put a little bit in with you if that's ok of course otherwise good luck my man. Yeah I've been looking in to it, I'm a student on youth allowance, I don't know how tax would work out and everything and having to notify Centerlink.
I'm leaning towards the two brokers belldirect and mcm markets. I don't know what stocks to buy though, well I was thinking acxiom, thinking that they would be a pretty good long term investment. Still, you have to start somewhere. Not sure if you're into eSports, but there is a company with good prospects called ESH. Obviously the whole point would be to do your own research and determine if the share price will rise. You can join the HotCopper forums and start reading.
I sold all my Bitcoin yesterday. You've missed the boat, it's in a bubble. Once everyone starts talking about it you know it's close to the top. Nope still early days imho.. The simple fact is that nobody knows. Certainly feels like a bubble is forming but we've no idea how big it will get before it pops or possibly even slowly deflates.
But just because you know the music will stop sometime, doesn't mean that you shouldn't enjoy a quick dance. Something that does scare me though is people leveraging crypto through margin trading. It's already volatile enough. No need to ramp things up. I have signed up for at CoinJar. I also have been using www. They don't have an app, and you have to use the desktop site to do most of the work, so its feels inconvenient. The plus side is that they have a pretty good rate compared to other places.
I have used them to transfer money in, and then send that to my other accounts. I recently just got into this after losing having used BitCoin in , and then continually hearing how I could have been a millionaire.
I was bitter, but now I'm curious. After looking at the crazy spike and the spikes of other BitCoins, it seems that everyone's getting in and there is a bubble on the way. The fact that I saw this post, makes me think that I got hyped in too. I'm thinking to just test the waters, spend some money trying to understand things and after the incoming crash, to buy up some BitCoin and some other popular altcoins.
I'm sure there's a future in this, but its probably not a good time to start at the moment. Yeah I too am suspecting the bubble is going to pop very soon, it's why I reeeally wanted to get in then sell out about a week or 2 later. I mainly use btcmarkets. Once youve used them a bit, you can ask for a higher Poli limit or bank deposit details no fee. I've had more problems passing the ID requirements for BTC exchanges than I have for any bank or any government agency or anybody, period.
It is ridiculous- so much for being anonymous. I'm verified now at a couple of exchanges but if I had my time over again I would only use localbitcoin- no POI bulldust. I get your point even upvoted but without leverage he would have made a tidy profit. With leverage he would have been wiped out at the first dip. It's irresponsible for OP to blindly trade x leverage without doing further research.
Hi guys - I'm using coinspot. Tried to open an account with BTC markets but their verification is a joke! They send you an actual letter as part of their verification process! Two weeks went by and didn't receive anything. I opened the account with Coinspot and had a verified account within 3 hrs. They also offer different verification options. All trademarks are owned by their respective owners.
OzBargain is an independent community website which has no association with nor endorsement by the respective trademark owners. Help getting in to cryptocurrency's. Hey all, thanks for reading my post. Why would anyone do that for you with basically no brokerage fees? Don't worry bitcoin will drop again..
Just trawling through this old post.. Take the money you have set aside to invest in cryptocurrencies. Put it in a basket. Cover in petrol and set on fire. Get a real skill and invest in stocks, more to learn and you sound young.
IMHO there's still a bit of room in there but then again it could all fall apart tomorrow. Definitely a risk and the more it rises, the nearer we get to that point. Shame I sold all my Bitcoin yesterday. Coinbase are having issues right now with their sign up and verification process. I have had the similar issues with coinspot. To be verified you will need to: Thank you everyone for all you help, and for the great extra info, cheers all: Make sure you use high leverage to maximize your profits, i suggest bitmex, x leverage.
Or learn about technical analysis and practise before putting real money in. Pretty sure this advice could've let you retire by now? Haha, true, good point!