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Selling btc but avoiding bank payment reversals

however payment reversals are a problem with bank wire transfers. "Different wire transfer systems and operators provide a variety of options relative to the immediacy and finality of settlement and ...
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Access coins stored at Cryptobridge?

How can I access the coins stored in the Cryptobridge wallet? According to Cointelegraph in late 2019: [CryptoBridge] announced that all of the firm’s services and servers will be terminated ...
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Are decentralised exchanges regulated?

Well, first of all, you're asking a legal question, which I don't think really fits on this stack exchange. But let me clarify maybe a few things. First of all, everything will depend on your ...
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How do decentralized exchanges prevent front running?

For those not familiar with front running: it is the process of market/price manipulation. If I know, that a big purchase of s.th. valuable will happen, the amount of this would get more rare on the ...
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List of Bitcoin exchanges available in 2009

It seems there were no exchanges available in 2009. According to cryptohopper On March 17, 2010 Bitcoinmarket, the first cryptocurrency exchange went live. Wikipedia says On 18 July [2010], Mt. Gox ...
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What exactly is the relation between Bisq and Bitcoin Core?

As Bisq is not a full node wallet, it must connect to a full node in order to be able to receive transactions and learn when a transaction confirms. Without a local instance of Bitcoin Core, it will ...
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Is the Bisq API finally "live" now or what?

A Bisq gRPC API was publicly announced with the Bisq v1.9.1 release: https://github.com/bisq-network/bisq/releases/tag/v1.9.1 Here is the gRPC API Reference (with CLI, Java, and Python examples): ...
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Is it possible to track stolen Bitcoin after exchange

I would like to know if there is a possibility to track my Bitcoin transfers after they have been exchanged to another crypto. There is always a possibility but it is generally beyond the ...
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Assuming a decentralized exchange like this, wouldn't this basic logic guarantee profits every single day?

What goes wrong is that you make a profit on every trade, but you are holding lots of bitcoin when it goes down and lots of whatevercoin when it goes down. Adverse selection causes you to take huge ...
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Does Sovryn really not allow you to use it if you use Bitcoin Core?

Sovryn is built on the Rootstock Bitcoin-sidechain. It follows that you must run software that interacts with the Rootstock sidechain in order to use Sovryn. Bitcoin Core only interacts with Bitcoin's ...
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Are Bisq offer ids picked or partially picked by humans?

Bisq Offer IDs are randomly generated and consist of 3 parts separated by "-": Prefix: between 5 to 8 characters in length Randomly generated UUID: 5 sections of 4, 2, 2, 2, & 6 hex values ...
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Selling btc but avoiding bank payment reversals

The usual way to do this is to use an escrow service that holds the crypto until the bank transfer or payment is deemed complete and irreversible - if the buying party attempts to reverse the payment, ...
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BTC Withdrawal from Crypto-Bridge

The BTC arrived within an hour or so. A little scary, but it worked. The above link never shows that Crypto-bridge send the funds, so I guess they convert it and generate a new transaction.
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