Withdrawal of funds on the cards VISA/MasterCard

29.03.14 00:00 from admin

Withdrawal of funds on the cards VISA / MasterCard issued in any country and in any currency.

Dear our valuable clients!

We are pleased to announce that for your convenience, we have implemented a new payout system that allows you to send your funds to any cards VISA / MasterCard issued in any country and in any currency.

Fee - 5%

Transfer of funds is possible only in U.S. dollars . If your card is not in USD, the money will be converted at the rate of VISA / MasterCard or your bank's rate (depending on the agreement with your bank). It takes 2-4 business days to deliver funds to your card. «Maestro» and «VISA Electron» cards are not supported by our payout system.

During the test period, our administrators have received a lot of questions. Here are the answers to the most frequently asked questions:

1 . What is displayed in the statement of my card?
Operation appears as : «affiliate payment» or «refund affiliate payment».

2 . Does it matter in which country my card is issued ?
We can fund any card (VISA/MasterCard) in any country.

3 . Is it important the type of my card: credit , debit , etc.?
Yes, it is. On some cards withdrawal is not possible, this is due to the restrictions polices of some banks. For example: you cannot withdraw money through our exchange on the cards issued by PayPal. Some credit cards that does not allow to have a positive balance cannot be funded.
If payout to your card is not possible, then we will immediately notify you and refund the money back to your account.
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tarkus909: well, if you trade via btce, there is no need to trade in an out of the PooPoo coins all day long. Those are long term positions and could be considered as more or less guaranteed investment if you get in at the right prices. So, just place a limit order and forget about it until it triggers

tarkus909: since there are no swaps on btce, you can stay in that poosition without any extra expenses for as long as you like. and, sooner or later, it will bring some profits to your coffers. It is just a matter of time... :)

H3rra: saeveritt, was it you wisiting in last crypt trading news episode?

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tarkus909: does anybody around have a good grasp and understanding of swaps and their impact on overnight position in terms of additional trade expenses?

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sergueiserguei: we even discovered a new moon in solar system this year. THiNK its coincidence???

saeveritt: H3rra, Which episode are you referring to?

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Kindaichi2013: eth $15 incoming

tarkus909: well, if you say so, then certainly it will :)

H3rra: saeveritt, the last one :D

monkeymaker: tarkus909, hay buddy, yeah I took a look and will sign up as soon as I get to my desktop. those are tight spreads and good liquidity. I'm coding hard right now trying to deploy bots

tarkus909: hey, monkeymaker, MT3 has a pretty powerful rule creation and compilation mechanism. It is very similar to C++, nearly 1 to 1. And, on the top of it, you have a top nothch charts to see your code in action and directly on the charts. So, I would not waste time simply coding it in python, php, etc.

tarkus909: MT4*

tarkus909: monkeymaker, in my opinion, the rules must be compilable and be a part of the whole trading platform you use and not a stand-alone scripting language or a binary you run

tarkus909: monkeymaker, and i'd be interested to see what you got there, but only in the source form. Else, it is of no use to me. Then we'll be even :)

tarkus909: monkeymaker, I am primarily interested in a powerful arb engine and developing a few indicators for the trading system being developed, and those are pretty intricate indicators to work out and write the code for

tarkus909: one of the indicators I am still working on is a trade density. It is used for realistic identification of the peaks, and not merely 3 MA type of trend reversal or simple price limits

H3rra: tarkus909, won't OBV do the same thing?

monkeymaker: tarkus909, I like the ardea of arb trading, but think its just a path to diminishing returns as more people just throw bots at it. the only winners will be be the people that get better rated from the exchanges

c0nnect4: abandone sheeple people

tarkus909: H3rra, well, OBV is not quite the same thing, but I will review it in more detail, may be. Basically, I know exactly what I am after and I already have a preliminary scatch of it. But it is way too multidimensional to comprehend all the cases. So, it kinda has to mature "by itself" till it

monkeymaker: tarkus909, I'm using R at the moment, just throwing maths at the markets and trying to get a statistical edge

tarkus909: monkeymaker, well, I never heard of R, but you can do all the math you need in MT4, unless you go into NN field, and even there, you can do it just as well as in C++. I wrote some pretty funky NN code that looked like: "wow, look at that baby"...

tarkus909: actually, I think that NN can be mapped to a much simpler set of templates, with pretty much the same net effect except being WAY more efficient than straight NN implementation

tarkus909: but I did like to see the results, except at that time, I did not have the system as I am working on now, and it all looked like something impressive, but only for the past data with very litte provable benefit for the real time data streams

tarkus909: but I did not have a chance to test it in real time trading, like we can do today, which makes it a totally different picture

monkeymaker: tarkus909, NNs are dangerous in that they are too black box. I'ts had to understand what they are picking up on. I start with simple linear models like Arima and us them a building blocks. Its easier to see if they are modelling what you want them to model

tarkus909: I used the Omega tradestation at that time and those dudes had a floating point rounding error, which would totally screw up the orders

tarkus909: monkeymaker, well, yep, there IS a "dark magic" in NN. But, for my purposes, I could verify how well it matches the curves, even though that system was meant to be retrained periodically to adjust to the latest market behavior, which is not such a big deal as it migh look from the first lo

tarkus909: ... from the first look

tarkus909: but now I have a slightly different picture as to NN useability, and, as I said before, it can all be reduced to quite easily graspable templates, representing about a dozen of typical market scenarios with sufficient degree of "closeness" to the real time situations, just like multivalued

tarkus909: ... multivalued variables in ES

tarkus909: basically, my approach is not based on any kind of trend following or trend reversal indicators of any kind. It is a totally different approach. So, all those MACD, ADX and so on, are totally useless to me

tarkus909: the basic assumption in this system is that the FUTURE market movements are totally unpredictable, regardless of any past history, and that is one of the key principles

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