I am new to zcash purchasing the currency on Coinbase. After purchasing on Coinbase I send to a t address wallet. The question I have is should I transfer from my t address wallet to my z address wallet to hold the currency?
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1H (zoomed out): https://www.tradingview.com/x/m6gPNpe3/
Its Friday, this wont be overly analytical as yesterday was a tough one.
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Anybody here use Gemini? I just created my account today solely for the purpose of buying ZEC and using their Shielded Z address support and the only way for me to deposit funds is with a wire transfer which I have never done before. I would prefer to deposit funds through debit card rather than wire transfer. I have added my debit card to my account but there seems to be no way to deposit funds with debit card. So I don't understand what the purpose was for me to even link my debit card if I can't even use it. If anyone here has deposited funds with wire transfer, how long does it usually take to deposit? Can you use the funds right away?
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Not sure what hype coin Cardano is doing on there. Maybe Charles should actually be building smart contracts on mainnet instead of trying to act like some frontiersman for his pleb following on twitter
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30m doodle: https://www.tradingview.com/x/blvFzysx/
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(2:20 min) Remember: Any regulatory scrutiny of privacy coins is pure hypocrisy. Fiat is still the #1 vehicle used for crime.
Earlier today I posted about dollar cost averaging, which you can find here. This post aims to cover dollar value averaging as a method to build a Zec holding.
Dollar value averaging (DVA) is a technique of investing in an asset such as Zcash (ZEC). DVA is sometimes a little bit confusing to get your head around but this guide should help you understand a little better.
The core principle is that you aim to invest a set amount (say $1000) in a set time frame (say 10 weeks). In our example this would mean that at the end of 10 weeks you would have invested $1000 into Zcash.
This can be seen more easily in a table:
The aim of this method is to invest less when the asset value is high and invest more when it is low without having to time the market too much. It is highly debated whether this method is more effective than Dollar cost averaging but it all depends on the situation and investor in my opinion.
You can find more information about how effective this investment method is here.
I hope you find this post beneficial and that it allows you to build your crypto portfolio in a more sensible way. And as always, if you want to buy me a coffee as appreciation for this post, my zec address is in my profile.
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1H: https://www.tradingview.com/x/8wQUo14Q/ (edit)
1H Ichi: https://www.tradingview.com/x/oxJTd6ju/ (edit)
Good day Zheads, little late myself and need to get this 30m to yall:
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