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mriley
Traffic Value: $45,656.25089 United States
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31/08/2015 20:27
For those users of CoinWallet.eu or those interested in an alternative Bitcoin wallet with direct PayPal integration, they just introduced an interesting feature to their website: Investment Bonds

From the site:

CoinWallet.eu is proud to offer a unique method for our users to take part in the lucrative Bitcoin Swap market through platforms such as OkCoin, BitFinex, BitMex and TeraExchange. Using this feature, you can purchase 7 or 30 day bonds with either your USD or Bitcoin balance, and lock in a fixed income for the term. When a bond is purchased, our swap trading bots automatically execute orders on the world's largest Bitcoin swap markets, thus locking in profits for our wallet users. To learn more about how CoinWallet bonds function, click here.

If you would like to read more information please refer to the Investment Bonds Information page.

Current Bond rates

                            Bitcoins US Dollars
Weekly (7 days)  0.02% 0.25%
Monthly (30 days) 0.13% 1.26%

Granted these are not HYIP rates, but we're not talking an HYIP investment here as the risk is minimal.

Here is the Monitor Listing:

https://www.mytrafficvalue.com/voting_game/listing/449.html
druth8x
Traffic Value: $22,417.44153 United States
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31/08/2015 20:38
Hmm, I would have to have the math done, but I wonder how long it would take to get my 34.XX BC to = $9900.

Right now, I'm just waiting, b/c while I see legit opportunities to "daytrade" with BC, I'm not really prepared to risk it.
mriley
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31/08/2015 20:49
I did that math and if you compound the monthly it comes out to 15.12% yearly. Not bad for a virtually guaranteed bond.
druth8x
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31/08/2015 21:16
Yeah, just to leave it in there, sounds nice, and can take it out each 30 (or 7) days as well.

I would hope MTV Shares would beat that out though, long term.

So, in the short term, I should look into transferring Coinbase to CoinWallet and then Coin Wallet either back to Coinbase or MTV when BTC rate is back up near $265.
mriley
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31/08/2015 21:19
You could essentially replace Coinbase with CoinWallet, so once to coins are there, it can go directly to MTV, or cashed out with the several methods they have.
jmfjmf
Traffic Value: $176.69082 Argentina
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31/08/2015 22:19
check the link i think is .html
MichaelKline
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31/08/2015 22:29
fixed it...
mriley
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31/08/2015 22:36
Thanks Michael, errant copy/paste apparently
mriley
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02/09/2015 00:27
Also, for those interested, CoinWallet also allows you to store your deposits and transfers in your local currency, i.e. USD, Canadian Dollars, Euros. These sums are then protected against BTC price swings (up or down). The USD sum also earns the highest Bond Rate.
passivetools
Traffic Value: $30,993.31104 United States
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02/09/2015 00:37
those rates are pretty stable. 

Probably a good Idea to place 10% of your hyip bank roll in there. To keep it safe. 

I focus on keeping my earnings in the .2% to .8% profit per day.
But having stability in a portfolio is key.
mriley
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02/09/2015 00:41
@ passivetools
I see it as pretty innovative for an online wallet...I mean why not?

Although, you could miss the next BTC run to $1000 though while you're locked in.
passivetools
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02/09/2015 01:41
I can pass all verifications except a utility bill.

Been traveling since January 1, 2015. 

Maybe a cell phone bill or a hotel receipt. lol
I haven't seen a piece of mail since Jan
mriley
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02/09/2015 02:35
As I recall, I downloaded a pdf of a bill and used that, I don't travel all the time, but I'm paperless as much as i can.
habibso
Traffic Value: $141.2265 France
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02/09/2015 18:33
Gents,

just to let you know that CoinWallet has just stopped deposit/withdrawal via PayPal I don't really know the reason but their support team is a bit busy and not answering fast, I personally deposit via PayPal recently and 3 days after still in pending state, I don't know if I should make a query in PayPal or not regarding this. any idea?

Regards,
Habib
passivetools
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02/09/2015 18:41
That was my main reason for coinwallet got my attention!

Dam,
hopefully they overcome their obstacles.
druth8x
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02/09/2015 22:45
Well, that doesn't sound good for longevity of the site...introduce something that entices ppl to leave there money in the site, then start having issues...they can run away with our money, just like other Processors, right?

Not saying it's a red light, but I see yellow.
passivetools
Traffic Value: $30,993.31104 United States
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03/09/2015 03:31
pretty much any company can run with your money.

Trust is key.
sanjeevsandh
Traffic Value: $890.83552 India
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03/09/2015 05:15
@habibso

I would advise you to make a query to PayPal immediately regarding your deposit.

If your deposit is not showing in your Coinwallet account, then PayPal can ensure that you get it back (from PayPal).
DoubleEdge
Traffic Value: $1,861.92054 Canada
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04/09/2015 02:00
I wonder if they ran into trouble with Paypal because of those investment bonds.
mriley
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19/09/2015 13:56
It does appear as if the Deposit option regarding PayPal has been removed from the site. Withdraw remains as it was before, .5% with no verification. 

This is still an attractive option.
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