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  • #420187

    JaneForrest
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    What exchangers can you use to exchange doge for bitcoins? I have quite a lot of doge, and I would like to convert some of them into bitcoins. Now the bitcoin rate is growing, and I think that growth will continue in the near future. Help me find an exchanger…

    #420259

    SarahSmith
    Participant

    Greetings. You can exchange doge for bitcoins through the cryptocurrency exchanger https://letsexchange.io/exchange/doge-to-btc . On this site, the exchange procedure is simple, transparent and safe. Also, for me personally, it was an advantage of this exchanger that there is no need to indicate any personal data, and everything happens anonymously. By the way, there are no restrictions on the exchange amount either, so if you have a lot of doge, then there will be no problems.

    #431489

    Jazzy
    Participant

    Have you ever been to a crypto exchange? What can you say about conducting transactions? My girlfriend, after receiving her uncle’s inheritance, decided to start reddit crypto trading, investing quite large sums there. At first I was afraid that she would burn out and lose everything, but the results turned out to be very good. Profit growth averages 3.87% over the past 8 months.

    #440236

    RachelMauldin
    Participant

    I see that you understand this. When will I be able to sell Ethereum 2.0? Share your thoughts, plz.

    #440242

    byronreed
    Participant

    I haven’t heard anything about that. Could you be a little more specific?

    #440244

    WalterGilbert
    Participant

    If you believe this article I found about eth 2.0, it will happen in the third/fourth quarter of 2022. Let’s see what it will be, they say it won’t be a new coin but an update of the original ether. To find out the benefits of the innovation and what to expect from it I recommend you to read the article I shared with you.

    #441204

    BadenBaden
    Participant

    Thank you all for these comprehensive reviews. I have just one question. I have used some third party exchanger and my Bitcoin was stolen. I mean that there was a faux vallet involved etc. Is there anything to do legally regarding this?

    #441208

    canuckfish
    Participant

    I am not a lawyer, so how can I know that? You ask so difficult things sometimes! But I googled this question for you and found an article https://www.hg.org/legal-articles/4-faqs-about-the-national-cryptocurrency-enforcement-team-ncet-62429 that answers the most topical questions about cryprocurrency fraud. Go grab it, friend.

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