“I understand how essential that is to you. Really this may depend upon the safety system and the maintain time is routinely calculated by our system and relies on various components based mostly on the account. I shouldn’t have the power to see the precise purpose for the size of the maintain time positioned on a transaction.
In case your current buy was not placed on maintain then you should use that for sending since you’ve gotten despatched it despite the fact that you’ve gotten funds on maintain forward.”
We’ve in all probability all handled this sooner or later. You purchase crypto, you’re capable of ship it, so you purchase extra, and wouldn’t ya know, you may’t ship it! Darn! Foolish you for considering that the truth that you have been allowed to buy $X of some coin and instantly ship it off change meant that you would do it once more.
That is much more foolish than it’s safety. It’s foolish that you simply simply should guess whether or not or not any given buy will simply be held by the change after putting it.
It’d be one factor if there was consistency. I.e. you may by no means instantly ship crypto off change. Or you may, however not more than $X the place X is clearly outlined by Y, Z, and many others.
A formulation/algorithm. From what I’ve gathered, such an expression does exist, nevertheless it’s a secret.
Are we actually not capable of reverse engineer it? Absolutely somebody, some individual or folks needed to write this algorithm.
My query is straightforward – what job place includes arising with these formulae? Appears like a extremely attention-grabbing job; think about being paid to write down secret equations.
I wouldn’t thoughts pursuing one thing like that; however don’t even know what to name it.
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You lost me in first paragraph. I’m too stupid for this shit.
What is this, I am not able to understand?
Is this some auto-generated shit?
Who comes up with this shit?
Exchanges are so similar to banks its disgusting
Wire transfer to legit exchange like Coinbase and you can send with zero hold.
Yep, exchanges love to play games when it suits them instead saying the truth. I’m sure they all service the big players first at the expense of the rest of us and come up with blatant lies about algorithms to cove their BS story they throw upon us.
Which exchange are you talking about? I want to avoid it.
The process you have described is not ‘buying crypto’ and if you engage in it, you have not bought crypto and do not own any crypto as a result.