- Aug 28, 2021
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That’s what I’d do. That way you’re only out your transfer fees and the depreciation of your coin since you bought it.
Coinbase or cashapp are the easiest and most convenient to use. I like cashapp for sending funds (including easily transferring cash to btc or vice versa), coinbase for investing.
If you set your transaction fees too low your transactions will take a long time to process.I've been told you have to "adjust" the amount of gas you apply in order to send, too little and you're (I'm) fucked, see Example A ^
WTF isn't is simply a set fee to send X amount of token? This shit is set up to steal the money of dumbfuckers like me.
While I don't understand/get it, I see that's the process.If you set your transaction fees too low your transactions will take a long time to process.
It gets complicated because transaction fees on Bitcoin aren’t static. They can’t charge a set fee because of the way that mining works. The fees depend on a number of factors including the amount of traffic that your transaction causes in the network. If you send, say, $100 in bitcoin, the fee to process the transaction will be lower than if you send the same $100 in 4 x $25 transactions.
It’s done like that so that people can’t just send money in 1c increments and grind the whole network to a halt.
I am the first person to call customer service, why don't you give them a call to ask to reverse the transaction or put it back in USD. I am sure you are not the first.Evidently you would be correct sir.
I've come to the realization I've just thrown away $230.
Actually, I've technically "bought" it, since I paid for it. I just cant use it.
I see cashapp alot, but I don't use mobile. Need desktop version, but don't see it on their site. They have a "Contact Us" button, but requires registering to use, lol.Coinbase or cashapp are the easiest and most convenient to use. I like cashapp for sending funds (including easily transferring cash to btc or vice versa), coinbase for investing.