Our World Coin Has Been Listed on Azbits and Now Bitxchange
By Staff Reporter
Our World Coin holders will receive wallets in the coming weeks the company said as they Merger has now taken place.
Our World Coin has been listed on Azbits and now Bitxchange. Coinsbits another mid-tier Exchange, has had issues with buyers wanting to purchase, being unable to so, so its merger on its exchange will be delayed, until the issues are fixed. It has effected the price and will until buy orders can be processed. It was $0.21 cents on Azbits, the day of the merger last week, and $0.24 cents on Bitxchange. Our World Coin donors can’t yet sell their coin as per white paper they are escrowed for 3 months but can purchase more as other buyers can via the exchanges or via www.bitcoin20.org (with incentives)
The latest press release stated “ World Coin has been listed on Azbits https://azbit.com and now Bitxchange https://bit-xchange.org. Coinsbit https://coinsbit.io has had issues with buyers wanting to purchase being unable to so its merger on its exchange will be delayed to issues are fixed as the price is effected until buy orders can be processed. It was $0.21 cents on Azbitz, the day of merger last week, and $0.24 cents on Bitxchange. Our World Coin donors can’t yet sell as per white paper but can purchase via the exchanges or via www.bitcoin20.org (with incentives)
Our World Coin donors will be sent Bitcoin 2.0 wallets in the coming weeks with your coins loaded.
You will be unable to sell any coins for a 3 month period from the date or listing/ merger of Feb 15, 2022.
Then you can simply request to sell up to 8.33% of your holdings per month over 12 months or simply keep them and by default earn 15% pa, for keeping them locked up for 12 months. Paid on crypto at end of term.”
It also stated
Pre-Sale Buyers in Bitcoin 2.0
If you wish to sell, you must request the release of your 8.33% pa of coin to sell.
That’s the maximum you can sell down each month for a year after the June 2021 listing.
Once you request, you forfeit the 15% pa default all those are earning by keeping your coins locked up for 12 months like most are.
Please see the article above and below, reselling verse dumping.
Dumpers cause erratic price swings and ensure they get taken out by speculators at very low prices.
If you are desperate for cash, Bitcoin 2.0 https://bitcoin20.org Foundation is launching a buyback at 10% of the first price coins were sold at ie .02 cents to ensure at all times anyone can sell for cash and to avoid cheap coins being scooped up by any bargain hunters, simply taking advantage of inexperienced sellers, that are thinking they can dump coins and get a good price, and tend lose every time, as speculators have low price orders set to get their coins cheaply from a “flash crash” caused by dumpers.
A simple rule when selling we suggest.
Is treat it like an ATM.
Many will only let you get $200 to $400 USD out at once.
Limit your sell orders to $250 or $500 max and you’ll find willing buyers at a reasonable price and stagger your sales over time.
Most buyers are buying $250, $500, or $1000 lots.
Fiat currency the most liquid in the world limits you on cash withdrawals, so why think small cryptos can offer liquidity greater than fiat currency.
It’s simply unrealistic, other than for the top 10-20 cryptos.