Coinbase vs Kraken vs Binance cryptocurrency debate

(Last Updated On: October 28, 2019)
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Let’s talk about the UPDATED  pros and cons of these different crypto exchanges. This was a webinar topic for earlier today. A the major crypto exchanges including some US based ones as well. This includes new Binance US crypto exchange

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Lastly, I am currently testing which Binance market works best for optimal profit. I have been testing Ethereum, Binance Coin, and fiat currency United Stated dollar. Which one is the most profitable so far? It seems Ethereum is most lucrative. I will be testing these over the next few days.

Thanks Bryan

Note that ETH seems to traded more than USD and BNB. Even when the markets are negative or flat, it seems these ETH trades can turn profit. As I said before, the chances of profit with ETH is much higher than the other markets. The trading rules do not change in any of the these markets.

Also, you cannot run separate bots with same trading rules for difference Binance markets. After a certain period, Binance could throw an exception which will knock out one of the bots. The exception will be related too many requests to Binance servers if you have multiple bots running in parallel.

NOTE I now post my TRADING ALERTS into my personal FACEBOOK ACCOUNT and TWITTER. Don't worry as I don't post stupid cat videos or what I eat!
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