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Need help getting USDT off of KCC Mainnet.

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Analyzing KCS Price Movement - The Current Dip to Speculations for Q4 📢🤔

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Don't convert your crypto dust (small balances) to the exchange's native coin during the bear market.

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What moves do you look back on and just go "WTF was I thinking?"

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KuCoin Token Price Prediction: Will KCS Price Hit a High Of $12?

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Kucoin SUI token results are in

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Exchanges that allow margin or futures trading for US customers

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Exchanges that allow margin or futures trading for US customers

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Kucoin On The Spot For Holding Nearly One-Fifth Of Its Reserves In Its KCS Token

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What is the use of CEX tokes (FTT, KCS, BNB) if not an inevitability to repeat the FTX collapse?

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What's your take on Exchange tokens?

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Can’t buy QNT on KCS - max margin buy supply reached… buying temp suspended?? (Lame)

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Kucoin pay with KCS is a fraud?

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Got airdropped 205 KCS tokens. not sure wtf?

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Evaluating CEX Tokens

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KuCoin - P2P Scams - Worthless Support

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KCS Price Analysis July 2022

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Price of Crypto Exchange KuCoin's KCS Token Tanks Amid Insolvency Rumors

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Cold Drinks for BTC/ETH/KCS Traders, Up to $15,000 Reward for Single User!| KuCoin

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Top 5 cryptocurrencies to watch this week: BTC, FTT, XTZ, KCS, HNT

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Top 5 cryptocurrencies to watch this week: BTC, ETH, XTZ, KCS, AAVE

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Top 5 cryptocurrencies to watch this week: BTC, MANA, MKR, ZEC, KCS

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This crash has taught me a valuable lesson about taking profits

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Popop World x Kucoin Community Chain

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KCS vs BNB - Which Would You Choose For Launchpad?

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KCS Price Trend History

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Highlights Of The KCS Whitepaper

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Kucoin releases KCS whitepaper; reveals the 20 million KCS burn

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Emerging Play-to-Earn ‘Idle StoneAge’ Secures Huge Seed Round For $25m Valuation

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KROOT WALLET (crosschain)

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KROOT WALLET (cross chain) K-Root aims to be the most trusted, secure, transparent, decentralized, compatible smart wallet in the Kucoin Community Chain ecosystem and its upcoming cross-chain partners.

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What are the cryptos you respect a lot, but you don't hold?

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KuCoin Shares (KCS) Is Having Its Pump Again!!! - Watch Out

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Are we heading to a huge pump soon for KCS?

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Crypto stuck in KCC mainnet network on metamask? Send it back to Kucoin!

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KCS Price Analysis January 2022

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What does 2022 have in store for KCS Token

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Exchanges not having pairings for their native coin.

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Staking - Redemption Periods

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Don't be me. Hitting myself for my 2017 Altcoin adventure (I could have 3,5ETH but instead I have a lot of altcoins that tanked and didn't recover...)

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KuCoin gambling games

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Today I felt brave and ventured to less known exchanges 'KuCoin' and 'Gate.io' . I backpedalled out as fast as I could.

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Kucoin (KCS) coin price predictions? Are y’all bullish on this coin?

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Mswap

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Why I am bullish on SUNDAE, but not too much

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Right now CEX tokens are a hot buy and have shown tremendous gains that will likely continue. Will DeFi technology eventually catch up to CEXs, thereby killing their attractive convenience? And if so, can we figure out who will do it first?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Why do we love CRO but not other CEX coins like BNB?

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For the first time since 2017 I took profit!

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KCS special series of Red Envelopes to be given away!

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You're right, and I hope it will be adopted. I also believe exchange tokens like XTP, KCS, and CRO have promising futures given their utility in payments and long-term hold growth.

Mentions:#XTP#KCS#CRO

Fuckkkk I have a ton of KCS that I was going to trade before 2/1 but I forgot my trading passcode, which is going to take 3 days to verify. Am I screwed?

Mentions:#KCS

I won't short any defi token right now, not until the peak of the bull market. UNI, AAVE, DAFI, and even CEX alternatives like BNB, KCS, & CRO all on the list for me. Wagmi.

The specific token I’m talking about is PT, it’s phemex’s exchange token which just launched, so from here the APR will rapidly decrease as the circulation increases. Also used for exchange fees, so very similar to BNB and KCS. And what is Goal Seek? is it an outline I can find in excel and is it capable of factoring in the gas fees?

Mentions:#PT#BNB#KCS

What's to discuss? It's a centralized exchange coin. No one wants to talk about OKB or KCS either, there's nothing to talk about. There's no new tech or developments, or even anything that could be interesting, a centralized company made it out of thin air and prints money.

Mentions:#OKB#KCS

I can vouch for it but for US residents you cannot trade there anymore. You can only close out your positions. I have had it for 2 years now and good money on KCS (daily bonus).

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Binance got fucked, Coinbase stock pumped 40% since that and KCS/Bybit/others are not really options for “crypto exchange tokens” CRO is the best token so far from that niche from a risk reward ratio

Mentions:#KCS#CRO
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'd look at CMC and diversify based on cap and category (macrosearch). It doesn't make sense to me to stay in just one category if I wanted to truly diversify. Maybe KCS, CFG, SEI, or XMR since you already have SOL and each of them are another category and have lesser caps? Or get some of the competitors if you want to diversify in the same category. If the category goes up, you have a better chance of riding the wave and damping the fall. Each category has something promising, and none can forecast the future. Those who say they can or slyly hint they can, are full of BS. Seek out your interests, seek out the information, and put yourself behind your own decision without wither and doubt.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

KuCoin KCS price manipulation is going on right now. Look at the order book right now if you can. The price is being artificially held at 6.167. probably letting insiders stock up for the burning drop

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

KCS fuck u kucoin

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I just withdrew a bunch of coins to my ledger (gala, doge elon, and sand) with no issues. My positions on those coins were low but the fees were pretty bad, for instance I had 750ish gala but it cost me a little over 250 gala to withdraw, I now have under 500 gala left. The only coins I still have on KCS are the ones I'm staking or are in savings still lol. I'm still collecting my KCS daily bonus lol. I'll unstake and withdraw everything in the next bullrun as I have no interest in holding any coins outside of btc, eth, ltc, ada, Matic, and MAYBE solana.

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

KCS on its way. Kucoin exchange token.

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

KCS has been free falling for weeks, way more than other CEX tokens like BNB. Seeing nothing about Kucoin in the news, I’m wondering what’s happening

Mentions:#KCS#CEX#BNB
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yup, all CEX were. Take a look at KCS, BNB, etc

Mentions:#CEX#KCS#BNB
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I bought COSS and KCS. Well... COSS failed and then exit scammed, Kucoin is still there.

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

From what I know at least, Kucoin seems in good shape. Always posting proof of reserve and with making KCS mandatory is playing well with strict standards of countries.

Mentions:#KCS
r/BitcoinSee Comment

I just checked and they accept all kinds of USDT, one of the options even says "USDT Tether USD KCS (kucoin)"- is that what you're looking for? If so it's ChangeNow.io (not com).

Mentions:#USDT#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'm pretty sure that BNB, TRX and KCS will perform well in the next bull phase. Add Sol and you have a winning portfolio.

Mentions:#BNB#TRX#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

BTC would have to 5x to get a house for most people. Make sure to look at coins that have or would have better returns than BTC. Look at KCS for example, because it's an exchange coin it raises when BTC does and follows it's ATHs. Full disclosure: I have no KCS but noticed the trend.

Mentions:#BTC#KCS

You've got a good list, i got a few from here on my list to like Matic, and few others like ETH, INJ, KCS, ARB and SYLO. which my are now my best bet for the next bull run.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Nervous about kucoin. Requiring kyc is gonna do it a lot of damage. And once further regulation starts to happen, a lot of people will likely leave in droves. I liked the bot for a bit, but with all the issues they already had with futures, avoided it like the plague. CEO used to be really active in the subreddit, then vanished. KCS tokens used to be a good ROI, but it's been <2% for a long time I hope they stick around cuz they have a ton of shit coins to pick from, but it's just not that attractive of an exchange anymore.

Mentions:#CEO#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You can view KCS info page on Coingecko, then switch to "markets" tab. It will show a list of possible CEX/DEXs that has any trading pair containing KCS. After looking at the list, the only other exchange I know there beside Kucoin themselves is MEXC.

Mentions:#KCS#CEX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Reminder to sell KCS if you haven’t, already.

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

In light of KuCoin going compulsory KYC in mid-July, are there any reputable CEX (either KYC or non-KYC) or DEX that allows trading of KCS (KuCoin shares/coin) for US users?

Mentions:#CEX#DEX#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I've learned that I'm not an expert and I don't have an exit strategy (for my crypto) so while I might gamble some alts, 30% of my portfolio is btc, 25% of my portfolio is eth, and 20% of my portfolio is ltc, these are assets I'm comfortable keeping my wealth in. The remaining 25% of my portfolio is a gamble. Coins like cardano, Solana, etc, KCS, Mana, Matic, I'm hoping they become blue-chips one day, but we have to see them survive more winters. The rest of the shit like shib and Elon are just what if scenarios where maybe they can eat a few zeroes and I've turned a few hundred dollars into a few thousand

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

There's a KCS burn campaign at KuCoin today from 20:00 to 02:00 tomorrow morning. Wondering if it could give some short term upswing to KCS. Tempting to buy a little since I already use KuCoin

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Don't leverage on Kucoin. That's it. I am planning to hold some KCS and a few specific alts once bitcoin season is over.

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Shorting KCS it is then

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

For anyone holding off selling their KCS (kucoin) I just got word back from them. They aren't planning on ever allowing the USA to use them I wanted to make sure before selling off because I like the rewards feature, but at the same time I'm in the red with that one.

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I sent them a message, but I think we all know what will happen. I wanted to get an answer from them before I sell my KCS.

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yep! I bought basically all of it between $5 and $8, so I'm either down a little bit, up a little bit, or neutral. I'm pissed bc I'm staking 6 KCS because that's all they let me stake before it sold out haha. But I've made around $40 in daily bonus KCS, so that's cool.

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I’ve been holding KCS for a long time, but think it has huge potential in the next bull run. Sounds like you have KCS too and am holding?

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Problem is that you have to buy their crypto. It's just like holding BNB or KCS (KuCoin) or CRO, to get a boosted return for holding an otherwise useless cryptocurrency. When you buy their token, it increases in value, regardless if you sell it immediately or not. You're providing liquidity to that market, which causes the price to increase.

Mentions:#BNB#KCS#CRO
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

KuCoin based out Seychelles islands, no jurs*dick*tion. If Binance takes any hits, Kucoin and KCS has a lot to gain. Ride or die am going either to the moon or fiery inferno with this exchange.

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It's the same as with other "shady exchange" tokens (Kucoin's KCS, Gateio's GT, CoinEx's CET). It gives you discounts in trading fees if you opt to use that, and qualifies you for some "airdrops" You have to lock a certain amount of MX tokens (around 1k, I think?) for like a month to qualify for a bunch of obscure shitcoin airdrops. It began pumping when a lot of airdrops started appearing in quick succession. But it's price action is bad near the end last year, when I didn't notice any airdrops happening. If you're willing to lock your funds to an exchange coin for a month, then best of luck to you.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Monero (XMR) Litecoin (LTC) Polygon (MATIC) Kucoin (KCS)

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

1200 KCS on Kucoin nets you $0.30/day. Unless you got $100k it's not super easy. Best to buy KCS and hope it triples. Better yet, I like ETH staking.

Mentions:#KCS#ETH
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Dividend-paying tokens are cryptocurrencies or tokens that distribute regular dividends or income to their token holders. These dividends are typically derived from the profits, revenues, or fees generated by the underlying project or platform. Token holders are rewarded with a portion of these earnings based on their token ownership. e.g NEO and KuCoin shares (KCS)

Mentions:#NEO#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

KCS from Kucoin. Hold as little as 6 to get 'dividends'. I have some not for the small amount of daily gains but because the price of the token tends to increase when they have decent IEO's and Burn Drops.

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Kucoin was my first ever exchange KCS were over $25 back then. Good times. Now it seem losing market shares.

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

KCS gang!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

KCS been free falling in bigger time frame. I remember it was being like $25.

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

KCS kucoins native token pays out a share of trading fees every day. Currently paying about 1.5% but gets pretty decent during during bull runs. But they have thier own smart contract like BNB which you actually get a higher yeild staking from the defi fees. About 3%

Mentions:#KCS#BNB
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Me too lol. Thought KCS would moon

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You can convert that very little amount of coin to the exchanges’ coin and add up together ( example kucoin let’s you convert all dust coins to KCS , CRO on crypto.com , GT for gate.io

Mentions:#KCS#CRO#GT
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

UNI or KCS. I think the already established exchanges are going to pop off during the next bull run

Mentions:#UNI#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It's wrong, for example Kucoin KCS reached its ATH $28.83, on Dec 01, 2021

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

So... KCS then?

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I hope to not see exchange coins there anymore: Such as BNB, LEO, OKB, CRO, KCS, GT, HT

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>Their coin is basically the same as ftx Not the same. KCS gives out dividends which are a percentage of the trading fees generated on the Kucoin exchange as rewards for holding KCS and offers a discount on trading fees if you pay using KCS, which then gets redistributed with dividends. It's not the same as FTX which relied on staking and collateral pools.

Mentions:#KCS#FTX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Basically all of them? If you're familiar with the blockchain trilemma, a lot of new chains recognize Ethereum's and Bitcoin's scalability issues early on and focused hard on that, at the concession of decentralization mostly. Most of Ethereum's L2's are highly centralized/not real L2s yet, chain that use Tendermint consensus have small validator sets by default and some even go smaller than necessary (Cosmos, BSC, Polygon), Cardano uses a very unique programming language and coin tracking model that makes it hard to make scalable smart transactions on (eUTXO), XRP has its SEC issue and Ripple dependency/steady unlocks with a consensus model that requires a high consensus rate, DOGE has a number of really weird whale numbers despite being the people's currency, TRON is even more centralized than BSC and basically owned by Justin Sun, Polkadot's rent mechanism is hard for genuine small teams to get past, Avalanche has some very interesting technical views for distributed systems with its chief team members that are far from the standard, XLM, ICP, APT, and most exchange chains like OKB, CRO, LEO, KCS are pretty hyper centralized whether by wallet, control, or validators. Hedera is largely owned by corporations, Algorand has a borked governance model, Fantom had unworkable governance till recently as a large number of validators wouldn't vote, etc. Honestly almost all chains have significant issues you can find if you dig into them. Bitcoin, Ethereum, Monero, and Litecoin are generally the most accepted as "their issues are easily visible but they're still decentralized enough to be secure and function". This isn't to say don't look into other stuff, you literally can't start decentralized, but it's important to be critical and aware of concessions and weaknesses in what you put money into.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yep this is one thing I don't understand, why doesn't crypto.com have paying fees in app and exchange in CRO as a option to opt in on or if you hold CRO get a discounted fee when paying fees in CRO. Something similar to KCS on KuCoin? Feels like a missed opportunity to me.

Mentions:#CRO#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

On KuCoin you can convert to KCS. Depending on the amount you can trade/stake them. It won’t have much use, but may be more interesting than waiting for your leftovers to be worth more than the fees.

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>I'm currently considering dumping ONE, FTM, KCS, VRA , CRO , and AIOZ &#x200B; 100%

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>I own One, Dot, Sand, Rune, FTM, KCS, HBAR, UOS, UFO and a bit of VRA, AIOZ, CRO. During this bear market, I have been DCAing into Azero, Matic , Metis, Near, KDA and LDO. Bro owns everything

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Mom the kucoin FUD is back! time to buy KCS!! grab the wallet!

Mentions:#FUD#KCS
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Ouch my friend. I use a bit to Scalp trade and started with CB Pro but the 1% Maker/Taker fee made scalping very difficult. And that was trading on their pro platform. If your reading strait on CB, then you are paying the 1% Fee PLUS I think a 1.99% CB Fee. Now they have ditched CB Pro and added Advanced but still the 1% there and still the 1.99% if you don’t use advanced for the trade. Then their $30 subscription for No fees is only good if you trade over $3000 worth and I think the “no fee” has a cap as well. I went to KuCoin for 0.1% maker/taker fees which get reduced to 0.08 if you use KCS to pay fees. Binance.US basically the same. I chose KuCoin cuz Binance minimum trade was $10 vs KuCoins $3. I still use CB in order to get FIAT into the system but then send it all to KuCoin after I convert it to crypto to trade. Would gladly send you a referral link to KC or B.us

Mentions:#PLUS#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I dropped Binance like a hot potato a few years back after the shenanigans they pulled with a few coins I bought. I tried to move them Binance and was unable to do so for a month. This was when they were not allowing Vet, Zil and One to be taken off their platform. It cost me a fair amount of money and since then I have only used Coinbase or Kucoin as my launch point. I have never had an issue with either place and they have always done what I wanted. That being said, I only use the coinbase debit card and have maybe 50 bucks on kucoin in KCS for transactions. Everything else is held by me

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I think any exchange token that survives into the next bull run will do pretty well. CRO, BNB, KCS, etc

Mentions:#CRO#BNB#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Can somebody please send me some KCS dust to 🙏🤞 0xEeD2F5Ba5Fa0bE312dfe82C22F868F597D1942Ce So I can get my eth out of metamask. I sent it to the wrong chain from Kucoin. I'm regarded

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Better to be swinging with the market... Look at KCS, where they have a huge fcking buywall and obvious price manipulation that prevents the token to do its swing.

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

look at KCS. they have a 30k buywall to hold their price up...

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

KCS is just another CEX scam air token

Mentions:#KCS#CEX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

That is an interesting theory. There’s been a ton of demand for coins like BNB, KCS, FTT etc. in the past and now that demand will need to go somewhere else BNB possibly being an exception due to having its own chain. Heck, I think TWT’s leading rise is due to its association with BNB and Binance customers choosing TW to move away from CEX to interact with BNB.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I have a small amount of KCS on my KuCoin account. I believe in the coin and if KuCoin disables withdrawals and goes into bankruptcy, my KCS stake will go to zero anyway.

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You guys aren’t thinking big enough. KCS is the future! That’s how you make all your money back from FTT!

Mentions:#KCS#FTT
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

slander on kucoin is real today. lmao just keep fueling the FUD. KCS = cheaper

Mentions:#FUD#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What exchanges don't have their own token? Binance has BNB, FTX had FTT, OKX has OKB, CDC has CRO, Kucoin has KCS... Oh, I guess Coinbase/Kraken/Bybit don't have any.

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Comment

KCS maybe. After the FTX fiasco Kucoin has come out surprisingly unscathed (for now).

Mentions:#KCS#FTX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

They also have trading fee reduction if you have kcs as well. Two great reasons for holding KCS. I'm not saying kucoin is perfect but them having a lot of KCS makes sense.

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Also trading fee discounts from having KCS incentivizes people to hold kcs.

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This story aside, Kucoin is one of the more OG exchanges and easily survived the bear market of 2018-2020. KCS went down to 49c at one point, around the time BTC dipped to 2k. They’re fine.

Mentions:#KCS#BTC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It fluctuates depending on the market, last year during the bull it was really nice probably around 10% on average maybe a bit higher. Now it’s around 2%. It’s bc it’s based on the volume and trading fees generated on the platform, there’s a calculator you can use to estimate it. KuCoin pays out 50% of the fees the platform generates in the form of KCS to KCS holders if you are holding atleast 6 KCS tokens. Also Holding KCS tokens gives you discounted trading fees when using KuCoin, I believe in KuCoin so it’s been a great hold for me.

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Exactly!! And ppl still can’t understand the difference between KCS and FTT. KCS you can literally calculate the APY based on trading fees and volume and it is never some wild % yield. Also KuCoin showing the tokens exist and are held with them plus they’re fixed supply and deflationary. So annoying these casuals comparing EVERYTHING to FTX now… is it so hard to think just a little bit?

Mentions:#KCS#FTT#FTX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Not surprised at the KCS holding. It's the gateway token into their KCC network so anyone interfacing with that chain usually holds a good chunk of KCS.

Mentions:#KCS#KCC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

No but again expand on that and you’ll answer your own concern. What parallel is being drawn? If so it’s incorrect.. bc FTX was totally different and I explained the reason for the KCS which is actually a positive thing to see, it means KuCoin is liquid bc they are literally showing they have the liquidity hahaha. Then having user funds shows they aren’t gambling with user funds and they aren’t over leveraged so they can’t be subject to a bank run. I mean everyone can all sell KCS but they would still have the asset it would just not be worth the same amount.. so I really don’t see your point and yeah they’re drawing a parallel that doesn’t mean it’s correct because clearly they are similar to you a little confused on the logistics and rather than try and rationalize it and understand the differences you panic. This is the largest issue with the crypto space atm.

Mentions:#FTX#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What they are also questioning is the liquidity of KCS and are drawing a parallel to FTX Them supposedly having users funds doesn't guarantee that they won't go belly up

Mentions:#KCS#FTX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

How else would they get KCS to go up to 20$ every bull run… The amazing thing is there’s only like 145mil tokens so it shows that if they weren’t holding it, that token would be in the absolute shitter… i bought a ton of it when it was under a dollar, but sold at $1.50. Just too much of a risk for me. I wasn’t going to hold to $20. Even if I suspected it might go there.

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Well no it’s not, first understand the logistics around KCS and why customers hold it on exchange please. I think if everyone starts making this a habit it will mature crypto much quicker.

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Risk what? That they hold their customers assets? Let’s make this space an industry where we educate ourselves before making decisions or coming to conclusions. Many KuCoin users hold KCS on exchange to earn the bonus this is why you see that. And good to see they actually have the funds.

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This is why ppl like you get rekt and lose everything in this space. You lack critical thinking skills and attention span that will allow you to know the details of what you’re talking about before making decisions. KCS is mostly held on exchange by retail holders bc you get paid a bonus from the trading fees if you hold on the exchange, so it makes sense and is perfectly fine that they have this much in KCS. But you don’t go that far into it right you just see a title on Reddit and make a financial decision right? Bc it’s only your money right? Why take the time to think? This space is polluted with idiots.

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Most likely is I hold substantial KCS and keep is on the exhange because you make passive income from holding it based off the platforms trading fees. Pretty much everyone on KuCoin is going to be holding KCS on the exchange and with good reason.. great way to earn passive income and there is plenty of calculations to see how the bonus is deciphered from fees generated. Nothing sketchy about it.

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; KuCoin holds nearly one-fifth of its reserves in KCS, its own exchange token. FTX’s collapse shows that it is a bad idea for exchanges to sit on vast stashes of their tokens. The collapse also shows the danger of a rival exchange holding a considerable sum of another exchange’ *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

Mentions:#KCS#FTX#DYOR
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Kucoin also heavily incentivizes users to hold KCS on platform with there daily payouts. I’m curious how much of that 1/5th is actually from users holding it directly

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This only matters if 1/5 of customer holdings on KuCoin aren’t KCS, if they are this is exactly how their reserves should look

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>“KuCoin holds nearly one-fifth of its reserves in KCS, its own exchange token. Should this percentage start growing rapidly, it may become a cause for concern, just like how the illiquid FTT formed the bulk of FTX’s balance sheet.” Ohhhh come on. Don't exchanges learn that you can't count your coins as assets? I mean, you take customer's funds and convert it into your coin (which is basically money printer goesss brrrrr version of crypto). You are basically creating problems for yourself. If tomorrow, your coin goes into oblivion and price decreases by more than certain amount, how are you going to pay back the customers? THIS IS BULLSHIT MAN. THIS IS >!FUCKING !<BULLSHIT. You basically take customer funds, and convert it into your own coins out of >!your ass !<thin air

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

That's interesting. If it's really on your Kucoin account (i.e. on the exchange), it should ideally be safe to just convert it to USD (or KCS if it's dust) since Kucoin is probably not going to bother to do any txns on chain but simply update your balances. At least that's my understanding.

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Not just the BSC chain. There are a few exchange-linked blockchains such as BSC, Cronos and KCC which are linked to Binance, CDC and KuCoin respectively. I’m sure there are others. Tokens on exchange-linked blockchains are likely backed by the exchanges themselves and if the exchanges go down, these tokens would likely become worthless (see solana sollet tokens and FTX). You can keep the native coins (like BNB, CRO, KCS) on these chains for the long term but for anything else you should hold them on their native chains (ETH on Ethereum, BTC on Bitcoin blockchain, ADA on Cardano, etc).

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The FTX discounts are on their [fees page ](https://help.ftx.com/hc/en-us/articles/360024479432-Fees) if you had had 100k USD of FTT, you would get 25% off. the original fee depends on your trading over the last 30 days and whether it's taker or maker binance does the same thing with bnb but you don't jsv it to hold x amount I don't think If you use bnb as the fee it's 25% discount KuCoin does it with KCS, coinex does it with CET I am sure there are more

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

BNb and KCS are also their own chains, I’m not sure how much that would factor in with a FTT like implosion though. Especially since KCS doesn’t seem to have any big projects using it

Mentions:#KCS#FTT
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I’d agree with you on this. However, the fact that KCS has sort of stayed out of this may have something to do with it. Nevertheless, I know KCS is definitely manipulated during certain times of Bull and bear markets. You see these Tx’s coming in out of nowhere that push it like *riiighttt* past that weekly pivot or whatever.

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Look at the currently ongoing KCS price manipulation. The whole market is red, exchange coins being the biggest losers. Yet KCS for some reason (paid market makers) pumps to 8%+ and has huge volume ... Definitely nothing to see here.

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

🚀🚀KCS

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

And KCS like lemme do something

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Any centralized exchange that mints it's own tokens (FTX, CRO, KCS, BNB et all...) Is a huge red flag .

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

KCS (Kucoin token) is also dropping bad, is there any new about Kucoin?

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Same with KCS, NEXO and other exchange tokens, let them all die!

Mentions:#KCS#NEXO
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

KCS, CRO, NEXO... all those exchanges' own coins getting major red candles.

Mentions:#KCS#CRO#NEXO
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Exchange tokens like KCS are not to be trusted

Mentions:#KCS
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

But I used to have so much confidence on exchange tokens and most of my bags are CRO BNB KCS UNI and then SPOOL that I recently added. For me, every token behaves the same way if they go to zero.