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Georg Fiechtl-Otter

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  1. Georg Fiechtl-Otter

    [EU] Cheap way to buy CSC by CreditCard

    Smart way hehe 😉 🎈
  2. Georg Fiechtl-Otter

    Bitrue Withdrawal Fee

    That’s not insane at all. Bitrue offers 0.05% trade fee on XRP pairs and thatfor a 200 CSC withdrawal fee is alright. Next to that Bitrue offers PowerPiggy for several assets and that needs to be financed somehow next to the referral programs which need to be financed as well. Money doesn’t grow on trees ya know. 👀🎈
  3. Georg Fiechtl-Otter

    [EU] Cheap way to buy CSC by CreditCard

    Aaaah okey now I understand, thanks 👌
  4. Georg Fiechtl-Otter

    [EU] Cheap way to buy CSC by CreditCard

    Well there are other countries supported next to the whole EU as you can see here: https://wirexapp.com/fr-fr/help/article/the-list-of-supported-countries-0027 They are still working on getting live in the USA and so on tho 👀🎈 Ye Uphold is/was nice until I noticed Wirex here. 🙂 What does the shortcut „ACH“ mean ? I’m bad with english shortcuts sry xD
  5. Hey there 👋, so after trying some ways to buy CSC, here is my currently cheapest way. (regarding fees) Thatfor just three easy steps are required as follows: 1) You sign up at Wirexapp and buy XRP with your credit card. The fees there are only 1% which means 25 Euro on a 2500 Euro purchase. This method works just fine for the free version of Wirexapp with a daily purchase limit of 5000 Euro. (Verified User, take a selfie & a pic of ID/Drivers License, done) Alternatively you can subscribe for 1.20 Euro/Month to receive your own IBAN and use SEPA/Faster payments. (Additionally you get a VISA card which you can use to spend your assets) Further Details to be found here: https://wirexapp.com/help/article/wirex-fees-0077 Ref: https://wirexapp.com/r/8vv746mxsk 2) Then you send your XRP to Bitrue where you have only 0.075% trade fee on XRP pairs. Further Details to be found here: https://www.bitrue.com/exchange-web/footer/fees.html Ref: https://www.bitrue.com/activity/landing?inviteCode=EQQGZV 3) Last and easiest step, go to the trade area and exchange your XRP for CSC 🙂 So if we add both official fee numbers: 1% + 0.075% we add up to a total fee of 1.075% . (Ignoring the nearly non existent XRPL transaction fees of 0,000000xxx USD) Greetings ✌️🎈 Edit: updated trade fee of Bitrue in the text of 0.05% to 0.075% according to the site. Edit2: Of the 0.075% on Bitrue you get back 0.025 % as BTR (Bitrue Coin) „All trading fees are adjusted to 0.075%, and 0.025% of the trading volume will be converted into BTR and refund to accounts.“ Please check the links for fees in case I forget to update in the guide.
  6. Georg Fiechtl-Otter

    CSC XRPL-Trustline

    Thanks. Well that answers the copying of the early codebase and developing it further on their own way. Still no clues on how they actually issued CSC with the code which would be interesting. In theory you need to add code which creates an amount of an asset and parks it into a wallet, then remove that code again. But that’s just the theory and probably sounds more easy than it actually is.
  7. Georg Fiechtl-Otter

    CSC XRPL-Trustline

    Would be interesting to know (tech-wise) how to issue a new asset with the codebase of the XRPL without trustline tho.
  8. Georg Fiechtl-Otter

    CSC XRPL-Trustline

    Oh. I didn’t know that you can just take the ledger codebase, run custom nodes which don’t connect to the original and issue your own asset on it. Thanks for clarification. (I was reading a few files of the XRPL code on github, did some research and couldn’t figure out how to issue an custom asset without trustline, so I thought it’s simply not possible.)
  9. Georg Fiechtl-Otter

    CSC XRPL-Trustline

    Hello there, I saw on twitter quite a few posts which say that CSC is based on the XRP-tech. So based on those statements I figured that CSC might be a trustline on the XRPLedger. (?) If that’s correct, does someone know it’s trustline Address ? I could not find it during my research. All I find is the official wallet of CSC and the exchanges where you can buy it. But if it’s a trustline it should be possible to add CSC to a native XRP wallet (e.g. toastwallet etc) and buy it directly on the XRPLedger via XRP/CSC conversation. Any clues on that topic ? Greetings~
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