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  1. Hi guys.

    Are there any trading bots you guys use for litecoin on luno ?


    I have (had) R500 worth and would like to try this bot thing i've been hearing about to see if it works.

  2. On 8/9/2017 at 3:02 PM, Platinum Wealth said:

    Hello Rudy, welcome to Platinum Wealth.


    Buying Bitcoin in South Africa will be very similar to how it works in Australia perhaps you have used or heard of acx.io which is one of Australia’s trusted exchanges.


    How to buy Bitcoin


    In South Africa, the easiest way to buy bitcoin is to use an Exchange as well. The most trusted exchange in South Africa is Luno.com.




    You will need to register on Luno – Feel free to use our affiliate link: https://www.luno.com/invite/QMVSZ alternatively use our code: QMVSZ (We get R10 if you spend R500).


    Once you are logged in, you will need to verify your account, this means submitting your ID and proof of residence. This will remove the limits on your account. Here is a link explaining each level’s limits https://www.luno.com/en/countries#levels


    At level 1 you are allowed to deposit a maximum of R15 000 and you are allowed to withdraw a maximum of R15 000.

    At level 2 you are allowed to deposit R50 000 per month and withdraw up to R50 000 per month.

    At level 3 there are no limits and you are free to move as much money as you want.




    A very big note of caution to keep in mind with Luno, they report to SARS, due to the fact that ZAR is involved so whatever bitcoins you buy they know about and when you sell Bitcoin for rands then you must declare it, otherwise you will open yourself up for a world of hurt.


    Once you have submitted your documents and you are verified, you can now add your Bank Account and use that to fund your ZAR wallet on the exchange with what you will purchase Bitcoin.




    Now that you have funds in your ZAR wallet you can proceed to buy Bitcoin, keep in mind that on Luno you can use the “Quick Buy” method (not recommended) or you can use the Luno exchange and put in a buy order. I always use the buy order, that way I let the price come to me.


    Click on this link to enter the Exchange https://www.luno.com/trade/XBTZAR and proceed to place your buy order.


    I hope this answers your questions if you have additional questions feel free to ask, we are always happy to help. Alternatively, you can PM the luno guys directly -> @Werner

    R25 on its way to you 🙂

  3. On 10/5/2019 at 3:29 PM, Spreadsheet Ranger said:

    I also have some in DCX10.

    I'm sitting on a bit of cash. Really hoping to see BTC go below $6k in the coming month before it goes up.

    Hi guys.

    Is EC10 on Easy Equities the easiest way to get into crypto ?

  4. Hi.

    If you miss the 29'th deadline, you've basically missed out on a whole year's worth of contributions into your TFSA.

    The current tax year ends on the 29'th, hence all the publicity the TFSA's are getting.


    You have a R33 000 contribution limit during a tax year, which usually runs from 1st of March to the end of Feb the following year.

    The current 2020 tax year is: 1 March 2019 - 29 February 2020.


    If you plan on making the allotted R33 000 yearly limit, then depositing some funds into your TFSA before the 29'th would be wise, as you can then still continue contributing up to the allowed limit for the rest of the year.


  5. Hey guys,

    This thread also got me looking at my tfsa.


    Would it be advisable to get rid of either my coreshares top50 or satrix divi plus, and use that to invest in ptxten ?

    I currently have 11K in each.

    Top50 is currently 3.9% down (- R470)

    Divi plus is currently 1.2% down (-149)


    Or would it be better to start from scratch with ptxten ?



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  6. 13 minutes ago, SaurusDNA said:

    Even though it's only until 20 September, most of them on that list will probably do it for you for free anytime.

    It's how many conveyancers get new clients   😉

    Thank you Sir.

    I had a look through the list and I see the attorneys used by the seller of the property I bought two years ago are on the list.

    I'll definitely reach out to them to enquire.

  7. 1 minute ago, SaurusDNA said:

    Coincidentally, this week is National Wills Week (or "Free will" week) at many participating attorneys in South Africa.


    A list of participating attorneys who will do your will for free can be found on the website of the "Law Society of South Africa"



    But many other attorneys who didn't send their names through will still do it for you.

    That's awesome.

    Thank you very much.

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