• From Marc Lumsden on Warsnop ICF

    I love this guy!! His calls and signals on BTC and Alts are 1st class. You get a personal service from the outset. After being with other groups previous I do believe there are none better than Warsnop🙌
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    2019/07/09 at 4:33 pm
  • From Jason on Warsnop ICF

    No Idea where all this positive Comments coming from, but after my first Month in his paid Service there was 6 Trades and 6 of are in Loss. Ok to be fair one was break even because i stet my SL instant in to break even after so many losses. The RRR on every Trade was under 1:1, TP is most of the Time at +4% and Sl -20% and still get stoppt out.
    The communication is completly blockt. The Group chat is closed.
    Most of the Time there are no real Setups with SL TP or Entry just random Charts from a Mobile Screenshot copy from famous Crypto Twitter Acc´s.
    Also his communication is like a Dog from a Street but i still stay respectfull to him but this guy have no respect to Members there allready paid and in the Group.
    He is just nice talking before you paid him, after you paid there will be no more communication.

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    2019/07/03 at 5:55 am
  • From Vincenzo F on ICOPC

    Stay away – the founder CE bans people for asking critical questions, scamming them out of membership fees – he also charges exorbitant pool fees and shills his bag only to dump them on his followers, – he’s also emotional to the extreme and tends to clog up the chat with long essays on his feelings and how he’s ‘inspired’ – his lively emotional life tracks into his horrible trading performance as well, In short a weak, emotional little German manboy and not one you’d like to associate with – To top it off he’s bound to get legal action taken against him once he tries to incorporate his shitcoin factory into a VC – in short, stay away, ICOPC with CE at the top is headed for the gutter.

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    2019/07/02 at 10:16 pm
  • From Vincenzo Fabrisio on ICOPC - Trading

    Stay away – the founder CE bans people for asking critical questions, scamming them out of membership fees – he also charges exorbitant pool fees and shills his bag only to dump them on his followers, – he’s also emotional to the extreme and tends to clog up the chat with long essays on his feelings and how he’s ‘inspired’ – his lively emotional life tracks into his horrible trading performance as well, In short a weak, emotional little German manboy and not one you’d like to associate with – To top it off he’s bound to get legal action taken against him once he tries to incorporate his shitcoin factory into a VC – in short, stay away, ICOPC with CE at the top is headed for the gutter.

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    2019/07/01 at 5:00 pm
  • From George Burdell on Ready Set Crypto

    The one to trust in the space. Has never taken promotional funds of any kind. Makes the best quality videos on Youtube. Education is a blend of Mav & Checkmate (fundamentals) and Doc (20 year trading veteran) so there’s a nice mix.

    Price is really fair and they don’t bullshit you — you get all the classes, newsletter, and discord.

    Even if you don’t buy into their program, it’s still worth supporting a content creator and educator that’s not trying to screw people in a space where that’s rare.

    Not to mention, they are at the cutting edge of stuff like STOs and Defi.

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    2019/06/26 at 1:14 pm
  • From Kelly on Crypto Kirby Trading

    I have yet to find a single positive review of Crypto Kirby. Been in his VIP for months, and I’m still in big loss, even after this huge rally in bitcoin. Avoid this guy like plague. I’m just amazed how people still continue signing up for the garbage trades he gives.

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    2019/06/24 at 11:53 pm
  • From Jarl Borg on Coinality

    Did anyone actually find a job through one of these so-called job boards? I’m quite skeptical, wouldn’t big crypto companies use normal boards more?

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    2019/06/17 at 8:08 am
  • From Nugzar Harari on Crypto Kirby Trading

    For those who are new to Crypto Kirby scam world, let me tell you that Kirby was a heavy promote of bitconnect – a complete scam coin that went down at the end of 2017. He deleted all his videos related to bitconnect as the bottom fell through. This guy is not new to scams but knows how to hide his tracks. His YouTube channel has been shut down in the past, but he was able to resurrect it. Kirby’s ability to scam and manipulate people is partly due to very loose regulations. There is a big reason he remains completely anonymous. And when it comes to losses, making bad trading calls is not new for Kirby either. He went all in long on BTC as it was about to take a huge dive, and got completely destroyed. I hope the public will become more aware and speak out the truth about this guy.

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    2019/06/13 at 6:36 pm
  • From Stralis on 1xBit

    The best booking for crypto ,, good odd , THE IMPORTANT have all all sport , SAME AS BET365. THANK YOU 1XBIT!

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    2019/06/13 at 7:16 am
  • From Jack Blunt on Asia Whales

    It has come to the notice of authorities that many unregulated companies are using clone websites to target citizens and hence it has issued a warning to all traders not to deal with any unregulated companies and not to be lured by their false propaganda of unrealistic returns on investments, and not to fall in their trap. Their advertisements can be mouthwatering, but at the end of the day they will runoff with your capital too. Thanks to Hack Assets they helped me recovery most of my lost funds, you can contact Bitcoinrecoveryteam{@}yandex,ru and share the testimony they shouldn’t keep ripping people off

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    2019/06/13 at 5:01 am
  • From Jack Blunt on Crypto Kirby Trading

    It has come to the notice of authorities that many unregulated companies are using clone websites to target citizens and hence it has issued a warning to all traders not to deal with any unregulated companies and not to be lured by their false propaganda of unrealistic returns on investments, and not to fall in their trap. Their advertisements can be mouthwatering, but at the end of the day they will runoff with your capital too. Thanks to Hack Assets they helped me recovery most of my lost funds, you can contact Bitcoinrecoveryteam{@}yandex,ru and share the testimony they shouldn’t keep ripping people off

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    2019/06/12 at 12:08 pm
  • From Karl on Coinwarz

    Good information about the site, looking forward to using this more.

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    2019/06/12 at 7:00 am
  • Murray Chute

    From MURRAY CHUTE on Crowdability

    Here’s my take. At least one of the founders is a former employee of Agora Publishing and for those of you who don’t know them they are the carnies of the financial newsletter world- hucksters supreme. Crowdability’s ad copy employs the same kind of hype, however, one of their services has performed really well for me. The performance of Micro-Cap Advantage, joined recently, is as follows:

    Unnamed stock acquired March 2 +8.5% Marijuana Extracts Paper gains at close of June 10
    Unnamed stock acquired April 29 +445% Biotech Crystallized gains June 10
    Unnamed stock acquired May 31 +15% Semiconductors Paper gains at close of June 10

    Crypto Fortunes was an excellent source of long-term crypto projects but was offered at the wrong time- the result being a portfolio implosion. Being a conservative investor my portfolio is still in play with small losses while I await another ALT season.

    I can’t attest for any other services offered by Crowdability as I haven’t yet used them.

    Note: FYI one of their services highlighted Ethereum under $30 during 2017!

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    2019/06/11 at 3:19 am
  • From Aytekin on 1xBit

    The platform is really good developed for a sport gamble crypto website. You could compare it with Unibet but then you are able to play with bitcoin. I give it a good recommendation.

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    2019/06/08 at 10:57 am
  • From Shakir on 1xBit

    I use it daily to gamble on my favorite teams. A deposit takes between 1 min to 45 minutes – depending on the Cryptocurrency you deposit. Their support is very good and quick on the resopnse – nothing to say about them; They have tons of promotions for the enthousiast gamblers such as myself

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    2019/06/08 at 8:21 am
  • From Gery Trudeau on Crypto Kirby Trading

    I paid Kirby thousands to join the VIP and he made me lose $30K in less than 4 months. I would sue his ass if I only knew his identity. He should be in jail for what he’s done!

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    2019/06/03 at 3:44 am
  • From Parth upadhyaya on Warsnop ICF

    You wana earn some cash from btc.. There are many groups, you tubers ect who can provide you with signals

    But IF YOU WANA EARN A HELL LOT OF CASH OUT OF BTC this is the place

    Coz he just dsnt provide you with top notch and accurate signals but he also teaches you how to trade and eventually you might become a pro in some time and might not need amy signal groups

    So the choice is yours
    I have been using the the group for quite a while and m more than satisfied

    Most accurate signals
    Alt coins and Bitmex calls
    all the detailed explanation of charts
    And 1 on 1 discussions

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    2019/05/31 at 6:25 pm
  • From Max C. on Warsnop ICF

    Not only does Warsnop give you the fish, he teaches you how to fish too. Unlike many groups out there that merely provide signals for blind followers, he also places an emphasis on education – how to look for potential trade setups, risk management, and guiding us with the right attitudes a trader should have. One of the most genuine mentors out there.

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    2019/05/31 at 3:26 pm
  • From Shamini on Warsnop ICF

    Best paid channel by far. Absolutely love the professionalism. One to one advice when needed. Accurate signals . Learning patience and growing my portfolio at the same time. Worth every cent.

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    2019/05/31 at 3:13 pm
  • From German Kunner on Forflies

    Complete scammer and a horrendous trader. The only person who is worse is Crypto Kirby. Both of these guys are scammers, and Crypto Kirby charges much more for his useless losing trades. Stay away from these manipulators!

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    2019/05/31 at 2:00 am
  • From CryptoProfit on Crypto Kirby Trading

    Updated List of Crypto Kirby’s savage trades as of May 2019:
    Net current loss: 50%
    (without leverage)

    May 15: BCH short at $385
    May 16: Stopped out at $412
    Net loss: 7%

    May 13: BTC long at $7623
    May 13: Closed at $7623
    Net: break even

    May 12: BTC long at $7446
    May 12: Stopped out at $7117
    Net loss: 4.4%

    May 10: BTC short at $6437
    May 11: Stopped out at $6704
    Net loss: 4.1%

    May 3: BTC short at $5862
    May 3: Closed at $5910
    Net loss: 1%

    April 25: BTC short at $5300
    April 30: Closed at $5245
    Net gain: 1%

    April 25: LTC long at $74
    April 25: Closed at ~$70
    Net loss: 5.4%

    April 24: BTC long at $5420
    April 24: Stopped out at $5295
    Net loss: 2.3%

    April 19: BTC short at $5337
    April 19: Stopped out at $5438
    Net Loss: 1.9%

    April 11: BCH short at $271.67
    April 14: Stopped out at $296.28
    Net loss: 9%

    April 11: BTC long at $5400
    April 11: Stopped out at $5200
    Net Loss: 3.7%

    March 26: BTC short at $3900
    March 29: Stopped out at $4108
    Net Loss: 5.33%

    March 12: BTC short at $3866.50
    March 16: Stopped out at $3992
    Net Loss: 3.25%

    February 23: BTC long at $4005
    February 24: stopped out at $4005
    Net: break even

    February 22: BTC short at $3847
    February 22: closed at $3927
    Net Loss: 2%

    January 20: BTC short at $3600,
    ETH short at $116
    February 8: take profit at BTC $3510, ETH $113
    Net gain: 2.5%

    January 13: BTC short at $3584
    January 19: Stopped out at $3738
    Net Loss: 4.3%

    January 6: BTC long at $3990
    January 8: take profit at $4025
    Net gain: 0.8%

    Total Net: at least 50% LOSS
    over 5 months (not counting any leveraged trades)

    That’s how Kirby dines with Kings and Queens: by scamming you of your money for his worthless trading signals… And he does this out of the goodness of is heart!

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    2019/05/19 at 9:52 pm
  • From CryptoJoe on Crypto Kirby Trading

    If you are serious about trading bitcoin and you’ve had the misfortune to be in Kirby’s VIP you will soon realize that Kirby is objectively the worst crypto trader out there. Looking at the posting of his trades in his Telegram channel, one begins to understand that Kirby has an unbelievably distorted view of crypto markets and no real strategy. How can this faker call himself a savage trader having had not one winning trade in months. I would claim that he actually does not trade and simply capitalizes on the (thankfully) decreasing VIP subscriptions, because there will already be another victim who will fall for his rhetoric. Just look at his videos and the graphics that adorn his YouTube channel – does it look like a trustworthy, serious individual who will help you make money? You will be paying him an outrageous amount to join, and you will go bankrupt very soon following his trade signals. The community must stand up and expose this individual and shut down his YouTune and other online outlets before more people go broke.

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    2019/05/17 at 4:59 am
  • From Brent on Forflies

    Elijah, I have not used his VIP, so I gave him 3 stars:
    Three pricing options to choose from:
    ⚡️Monthly: 0.15 BTC
    ⚡️Quarterly: 0.29 BTC
    ⚡️Lifetime: 1.50 BTC – ask for details first.

    Prices have already been raised, and will be raised again VERY soon. There are NO plans to return to this level.

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    2019/05/13 at 10:29 pm
  • From Carmel on Crypto Kirby Trading

    Faking trading success for solicitation is actually a crime. This is exactly what Kirby is doing. He has not had one profitable trade in over 6 months, yet he aggressively advertises his trading success in all of his videos. I think Kirby must have some kind of mental illness. How can someone watch the crypto marker 24/7 and not make even one profitable trade with so many great opportunities in the last 6 months??? If he actually traded positions of any reasonable size he would be bankrupt by now, being consistently wrong on every trade. If he was transparent about his actual trades, would anyone ever join the VIP? I don’t think so…

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    2019/05/13 at 5:25 am
  • From Elijah on Forflies

    How much does he charge for VIP?

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    2019/05/12 at 9:07 pm
  • From LeviDocker on Crypto Kirby Trading

    I can’t believe anyone still follows this fool. His videos are such a gross and disgusting misrepresentation of what’s really going on in his VIP. Kirby opens more short positions when BTC crossed 6K and gets stopped out right away. Then opens long positions when BTC crosses 7K and get stopped out hours later when it dropped back. Slashes 6% of position from every trade. If he really traded, he would be broke by now, as his 2019 return is somewhat around -35% or worse. You join VIP, you go to rekt city.

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    2019/05/12 at 1:01 pm
  • From JimmyLao on Crypto Kirby Trading

    Was in VIP for 6 months. Losses were piling up quickly so I stopped following the dude. Kirby’s trading decisions are irrational. Consistent failure with less and less confidence in his own trading calls. Sometimes closing positions right after opening them, then opening new ones and closing them again if the trade swings in the wrong direction. No real swing trader mentality like he proclaims. Bitcoin doubled in price in 2019 and none of this opportunity was captured by Kirby. Even if you longed or shorted BTC randomly, you would do better than following Kirby’s trades.

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    2019/05/07 at 4:23 pm
  • From James on Forflies

    Joined VIP for 4 months… It was a mistake. His “VIP calls” and “profits” he calls are mostly non-existent. Out of 10 trades, 9 of them are trading, i was losing more money via his trades and the monthly fees (paid for a quarter) than i did previously.

    When i confronted him about it, I was slammed with a boot from the Telegram channel.. No reply, no refund, nothing. Forflies is just a scammer…

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    2019/05/01 at 9:29 am
  • From James Teh on Crypto Kirby Trading

    Signed up with Kirby, was not overly delighted. Was promised to be a “savage”, but realistically, the “savage” was Kirby just scamming monthly fees. Profits from VIP? I don’t think so… Was a member for 3 months, majority of his posted trades were in a loss.

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    2019/05/01 at 9:23 am
  • From Sir John on Vincent Briatore

    I did reconize he does has a way of putting really high numbers of gains in his video’s, like could that even be real? maybe some people fall for it, but it sounds all a bit of a fugazi to me.

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    2019/04/29 at 8:56 am
  • From MarkVH026@ on Coinwarz

    A co-worker adviced coinwarz, he always did used it in the early days to set up and calculate for his mining equipment. the main site to visit for him. I am interested in mining myself too now, D
    Does someone has any other suggestions from website’s I need to visit?

    Regards,
    Mark

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    2019/04/29 at 8:42 am
  • From Jack IO on Profit Trailer

    I am very curious about the performance “long-term” in all market conditions. Do not have the time to continuously adjust the bot to the market that day / week. I am thinking to buy the bot and let it trade with 1 ETH for a while but something is holding me back, feels like I do not have enough experience with the right bot settings. I Think there could be a market for people who share settings for a fee / guarantee / percentage.

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    2019/04/29 at 8:35 am
  • From Crypto Colombus on Coinbase Vault

    I do store a small amount of Bitcoin and a few Litecoins in the Coinbase vault, since they are insured up till 250k I think. For me it feels as a safe way to store your crypto long term.

    Of course it is a very safe way to own your private keys and store your crypto’s offline. But this is like one, don’t keep all of your eggs in one basket thing.

    My strategy is to dollar cost average in every month, buying BTC/LTC and I feel safe to store some of those funds in the Coinbase vault.

    What are your experiences?

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    2019/04/29 at 8:29 am
  • From Mister K on Coinbase Vault

    After hearing some positive and negative views, coupled with my own personal experience I would say that, yes I would recommend it as a service. I wouldn’t keep $250k of cash in my gun safe, and I don’t think that I would keep 25BTC in it either. The time lock is there for a reason, yes it makes it a pain in the ass but at the same time if someone was trying to steal your BTC you would get a few days notice and hopefully be able to stop it.

    Yes, Coinbase hasn’t been the best company to deal with but the growth they went through was enormous. Until a better product becomes available the Vault seems like a good deal.

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    2019/04/29 at 7:35 am
  • From KryptoProfit on Crypto Kirby Trading

    Here’s how Kirby’s plans to succeed are turning out, with his trades in 2019, updated to the latest trade:

    April 19: BTC short at $5337
    April 22: stopped out at $5438
    Net: loss 1.9%

    April 11: BCH short average at $271.67
    April 14: stopped out at: $296.28
    Net: loss: 9%

    April 11: BTC long at $5400
    April 11: stopped out at $5200
    Net: loss 3.7%

    March 26: BTC short @ $3900
    March 29: Stopped out @ $4108
    Net: loss 5.33%

    March 12: BTC short @ 3866.50
    March 16: Stopped out @ $3992
    Net: loss 3.25%

    February 23: BTC long @ $4005
    February 24: stopped out @ $4005
    Net: break even 0% (not counting slippage)

    February 22: BTC short @ $3847
    February 22: closed @ $3927
    Net: loss 2%

    January 20: BTC short @ $3600, ETH short @ $116
    February 8: Take profit/stop loss @ BTC = $3510, ETH = $113
    Net: gain BTC = 2.5%, gain ETH = 2.6%

    January 13: BTC short averaged @ $3584
    January 19: stopped out @ $3738
    Net: loss 4.3%

    January 6: BTC long @ $3990
    January 8: take profit @ $4025
    Net: gain 0.8%

    January 2: BTC short @ $3890
    January 4: closed @ $3840
    Net: gain 1.3%

    Overall net: LOSS at least 20% (more if leveraged, slippage, fees, etc).

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    2019/04/22 at 7:07 pm
  • From Another Joe on Crypto Kirby Trading

    I will write an objective review of Crypto Kirby, trying to be as unbiased as possible. I have been in his VIP group for several months.

    With his typical phrases like ‘Transform yourself from average Joe to savage Joe’, ‘Don’t get caught like a deer in the headlights’, ‘Don’t get wrecked’, Kirby targets the distressed and inexperienced traders who’ve already lost money trading or hoddling bitcoin. Kirby’s message is clear: If you’ve been getting wrecked, join my VIP and become a savage trader, otherwise you’ll continue being wrecked. This is a very manipulative tactic. Once you pay him thousands of dollars to join VIP, you’ll be blocked from communicating with him immediately. Members cannot communicate with each other either. There is no information about Kirby online, as he hides his identity and cover his tracks. He starts with a disclaimer that: “None of this is trading advice”. This is a DIRECT CONTRADICTION to Kirby’s promotional message: Join my VIP, follow my trades, and you’ll become a savage trader. Is this a way that a respectable trader with a real track record of success would behave? This is my assessment of the “scam” part of Kirby.

    Kirby’s trades in 2019 are already posted on some review boards. They net to about 20% loss so far in 2019 (not counting leverage, which means lots of folks are completely liquidated). He missed huge opportunities in 2019. But even in 2018, he missed the entire drop of BTC from $6000 to $3000 while focusing on Bitcoin Cash and the fork. As we know, nothing much happened there. He had a couple of lucky trades in 2018 with ETH, but assuming his position size is roughly the same – these gains have long been wiped out by the losses he incurred since. The VIP is so expensive, that for most people it wipes out half of their trading capital (unless you have a 6 figure trading account, in which case would you be following Kirby to make you rich?). So you have to make 100% return on your leftover money with Kirby’s trades just to break even.

    In the recent months, lots of VIP members have been angry and unhappy about Kirby, yet with 100s of members in his VIP he continues to keep his subscription base (costing folks thousands $$$) by appealing to his “likable character”, and all the psychological tricks he employes. So why does a savage trader need to do all this? I’ll let readers decide.

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    2019/04/20 at 8:43 pm
  • From Average Joseph of Nazareth on Crypto Kirby Trading

    These comments are from a string of bad luck Kirby has faced. I think people did make money in 2018 but I can say on the big 6000 down to 3500 USD/BTC drop, Kirby missed most of that and was distracted by the Bitcoin Cash SV hard fork. I did research scammer tactics and Kirby does seem to do the “likable character” bit, “hurry or act now”, “distancing” (because he does ignore all your messages once you are VIP, and “guilting/fear” with his avererage Joe , don’t get caught like a deer in the headlights, and don’t get rekt. Many people are still upset, including me, that the VIP chat is gone because we had a nice community and lots of fun. Other scammers were using the list to steal names and solicit stolen Kirby trade / ex-VIP groups. So what if eveyone involved in Cryto is a scammer, do you all expect Merrill Lynch and Fidelity reps to be in this space to help support you? What is everyone expecting seriously? If you are just considering joining VIP… i would say try going with the other recommendations in this comments section. But if you want to give it a try, Kirby may have some good plays yet to come.

    As othets have commented, learn to trade, learn TA from the 1944 book on up , and learn to use the Bots, AutoView, and prescripted trading services and you’ll be way better off.

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    2019/04/19 at 2:31 pm
  • From Greg Teller on Crypto Kirby Trading

    Lot’s a folks are unhappy with Kirby, but all the red flags are there: no website, no identity, no contract, communication blocked as soon as you join. His disclaimer is probably keeping him from being banned. Wondering if anyone has walked away with any profits at all…

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    2019/04/17 at 5:49 pm
  • From Amer Dicht on Crypto Kirby Trading

    Hundreds of inexperienced traders are now victims of this faceless, anonymous scammer. There must be a way to demand YouTube and twitter to block Kirby and prevent more people from falling for his VIP scam.

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    2019/04/15 at 5:51 pm
  • From Adger Jooren on Coinbase Vault

    I would always recommend a hardware wallet to store your cryptocurrency. Cases like a vault sounds like a great option, but in reality they are not what cryptocurrency are for. You are able to hold and store your own cryptocurrency, you could be your own bank! Therefore I could only recommend to just do it and be your own bank. Buy a Ledger Nano S or Trezor, they are not that expensive, I would say it is worth it from 500$ of crypto to store offline. Be always in charge of your coins, its not that hard to store 24 words yourself.

    My rating would be 3 stars, because I would not recommend to use Coinbase Vault, as explained above, the most secure way to store your cryptocurrency is with a hardware wallet.

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    2019/04/15 at 2:09 pm
  • From KryptoProfit on Crypto Kirby Trading

    Here’s an updated list of Kirby’s savage trades in 2019 as of April:

    April 11: BCH short average at $271.67
    April 14: stopped out at: $296.28
    Net: loss: 9%

    April 11: BTC long at $5400
    April 11: stopped out at $5200
    Net: loss: 3.7%

    March 26: BTC short @ $3900
    March 29: Stopped out @ $4108
    Net: loss 5.33%

    March 12: BTC short @ 3866.50
    March 16: Stopped out @ $3992
    Net: loss 3.25%

    February 23: BTC long @ $4005
    February 24: stopped out @ $4005
    Net: break even 0% (not counting slippage)

    February 22: BTC short @ $3847
    February 22: closed @ $3927
    Net: loss 2%

    January 20: BTC short @ $3600, ETH short @ $116
    February 8: Take profit/stop loss @ BTC = $3510, ETH = $113
    Net: gain BTC = 2.5%, gain ETH = 2.6%

    January 13: BTC short averaged @ $3584
    January 19: stopped out @ $3738
    Net: loss 4.3%

    January 6: BTC long @ $3990
    January 8: take profit @ $4025
    Net: gain 0.8%

    January 2: BTC short @ $3890
    January 4: closed @ $3840
    Net: gain 1.3%

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    2019/04/15 at 1:31 am
  • From MoonBoyMontgomery on Crypto Kirby Trading

    If you’re in the market for consistent failure Crypto Kirby is the way to go!!

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    2019/04/13 at 5:58 am
  • From CryptoBarron on Crypto Kirby Trading

    Laughing my ass off! Kirby longed the top at BTC $5400 on April 10 and got stopped out again a few hours later. Missed the whole breakout rally from $4200 lasting 10 days! Calls himself a swing trader and a savage. Even If you just hoddled BTC from 6K you would be down by only 12% over 6 months. This fool shorted BTC all the way from $3400s, getting stopped out multiple times. Those who followed his trades in VIP lost much much more than 12% in recent months. Absolutely pathetic!

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    2019/04/11 at 4:25 am
  • From Kim on Crypto Kirby Trading

    Yeah, Kirby constantly emphasizes a few hits he had shorting last year, but completely hides the misses. People need to understand that for a trader the overall return defines skill – not simply a few lucky trades. In this regard Kirby is a losing trader. However, he appeals to DISTRESSED youtube listeners who have been unsuccessful trading bitcoin and are desperate to make some money. Only those folks will actually pay for VIP, soon to discover their hopes crash.

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    2019/04/09 at 1:33 pm
  • From KryptoProfit on Crypto Kirby Trading

    Here’s a list of Kirby’s trades in 2019 as of April:

    March 26: BTC short @ $3900
    March 29: Stopped out @ $4108
    Net: loss 5.33%

    March 12: BTC short @ 3866.50
    March 16: Stopped out @ $3992
    Net: loss 3.25%

    February 23: BTC long @ $4005
    February 24: stopped out @ $4005
    Net: break even 0% (not counting slippage)

    February 22: BTC short @ $3847
    February 22: closed @ $3927
    Net: loss 2%

    January 20: BTC short @ $3600, ETH short @ $116
    February 8: Take profit/stop loss @ BTC = $3510, ETH = $113
    Net: gain BTC = 2.5%, gain ETH = 2.6%

    January 13: BTC short averaged @ $3584
    January 19: stopped out @ $3738
    Net: loss 4.3%

    January 6: BTC long @ $3990
    January 8: take profit @ $4025
    Net: gain 0.8%

    January 2: BTC short @ $3890
    January 4: closed @ $3840
    Net: gain 1.3%

    Overall return in 2019 as of April (4 months):
    LOSS = 10.3% (assuming equal position size)

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    2019/04/05 at 5:32 pm
  • From JamesatWatercooler on Crypto Kirby Trading

    It’s almost comical how Kirby consistently makes the wrong calls and losing trades yet has a large subscriber base in the VIP. Just shows how manipulative he is. His TA is garbagggiiio. A couple of lines and a brief glance at RSI. Even Tone Vays, while being wrong on most trades has a better and more honest review. Plans to success? Kirby the fool was shorting BTC all throughout this rally from low 3000s. Then actually went long when BTC was temporarily topping around 4200!!! Just a horrendous trader, but a good psychological manipulator. Lots of Joes went broke following his signals. A swing trader who missed huuuge opportunities, like a 500% move in LTC from $20 to $100 during this rally.

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    2019/04/04 at 6:31 pm
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    From Alfredo Gallo on Warsnop ICF

    I can only congratulate our friend and partner Warsnop.
    Punctual, meticulous and always available.
    Clear in communications and precise in responding to doubts and uncertainties.
    Always first in publishing news about the world of cryptocurrencies.
    In a context, that of virtual currencies, full of scammers finally a beacon that indicates the way, a light that shines in the darkness always full of priceless information.
    I highly recommend the service for both novices and experienced traders, because there is always something to learn.

    Thanks a lot also to the community of the Group Chat that always provides preciuous infos and datas.

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    2019/04/04 at 12:16 am
  • From Bickan on Crypto Kirby Trading

    Gotta agree on these comment. Don’t get scammed into paying for VIP. Not a single member comes out with profits based on Kirby’s signals. You’ll get one or two trading signals per month, and losses will eat your capital. Avoid like a plague!

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    2019/04/03 at 4:27 pm
  • From xer00 on Warsnop ICF

    By far the best humble being & an amazing leader in crypto.
    Group discussions are best and the knowledge, analysis, thoughts really make me learn more every day.
    By far I am getting a lot of profits because of such detailed charts, explanations and brilliant one on one interactions.
    You deserve it a shout out buddy.

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    2019/04/01 at 3:42 pm
  • From xer00 on Warsnop ICF

    By far the best humble being & an amazing leader in crypto.
    Group discussions are best and the knowledge, analysis, thoughts really make me learn more every day.
    By far I am getting a lot of profits because of such detailed charts, explanations and brilliant one on one interactions.
    You deserve it a shoutout buddy.

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    2019/04/01 at 3:41 pm

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