UnitedBitcoin Removed From QoinPro

Updated on August 8, 2019
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Alex has been an investor for years now. He has investments in the stock market, cryptocurrencies, bonds, and the United States Treasury.

UnitedBitcoin Is No Longer On QoinPro

UnitedBitcoin (UBTC) has been officially de-listed from QoinPro's website on the 2nd of August, 2019. I have never owned any grand amount of this currency. Anyone who has had this crypto on the QoinPro platform will got 0.00017383 Bitcoin (BTC) for every UBTC, according to their email. Actions like this could help to aid in the legitimacy of QoinPro's platform (or, the contrary if they ever slip on their promises). The company has also included a DASH update in the same email.

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UBTC Examination

Considering how far the coin has fallen (not much compared to BTC though), it's not entirely surprising that the coin has been de-listed. At the same time, it is sad. Investing in any stock can be best when it is at its' lowest. In late 2017, UBTC was almost $500.00 per coin. That's pretty good for a cryptocurrency. However, recently the coin has been below the $5.00 mark. That is a big fall. Still, what if the currency went back up in value? It is not impossible. It happened with BTC. Losing UBTC to the QoinPro site may sound loss for many. Or, it could be a saving grace. Maybe converting it to BTC is for the best. BTC has been trying to have a comeback, fairly successfully. We may want our investments to be converted to BTC, but who really knows?

UBTC And Her Future

I don't see much of a future for UBTC. Still, many people didn't for BTC either. If UBTC were to be picked up by CoinBase or by a major store, then I could see it blow up. Remember when Japan began to enforce the acceptance of BTC as a national currency? If something like this happened to another crypto, then we could see that crypto increase heavily in value.There simply is not enough information to state who will do what.

UBTC Final Thoughts

I love cryptocurrency, but UBTC needs a major platform. Losing QoinPro is problematic, because they are the only platform that I've seen it on. If anyone here has invested in the coin, I wish you all the best. But, I do not foresee anything larger for this in the immediate future. Please leave your thoughts in the comments below.

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      • Guckenberger profile imageAUTHOR

        Alexander James Guckenberger 

        3 weeks ago from Maryland, United States of America

        Muhammad Abdullah,

        The fluctuation has made some people rich. Crypto is more difficult to trace. Thirdly, it has become something of a collector's item.

      • Cooking Jam profile image

        Muhammad Abdullah 

        3 weeks ago

        You know exchanging money into bitcoin. Why not just keep your paper ?

      • Guckenberger profile imageAUTHOR

        Alexander James Guckenberger 

        3 weeks ago from Maryland, United States of America

        Muhammad Abdullah,

        Does what cause trouble? O.O

      • Cooking Jam profile image

        Muhammad Abdullah 

        3 weeks ago

        Does it really cause that much trouble ?

      • Guckenberger profile imageAUTHOR

        Alexander James Guckenberger 

        5 weeks ago from Maryland, United States of America

        Eric Dierker,

        You're not crazy.

        Back up plans are generally warranted in this life.

      • Ericdierker profile image

        Eric Dierker 

        5 weeks ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

        Such a nice way to phrase "crazy". I appreciate it.

        I am researching up on what they call the crash of the bubble. Seems like we are just back into the .com bubble and positioning is everything. If you do not have some "brick and mortar" to back up your play -- go get a second job.

      • Guckenberger profile imageAUTHOR

        Alexander James Guckenberger 

        5 weeks ago from Maryland, United States of America

        Eric Dierker,

        You have a fascinating history my friend. :)

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        Eric Dierker 

        6 weeks ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

        So interesting. I am working on a revised MOU for such stuff.

      • Guckenberger profile imageAUTHOR

        Alexander James Guckenberger 

        6 weeks ago from Maryland, United States of America

        Eric Dierker,

        I am very careful with how I invest here. I understand your concern, because I have it too.

      • Ericdierker profile image

        Eric Dierker 

        6 weeks ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

        Very interesting to read. I wonder about this stuff. I so some with a Hi-Tek Travel. What a fun concept but I don't think I would invest in that area of finances.

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