I suppose I can now see why the price of PRV is essentially immune to crypto market movement and has stayed stable for months while the greater market has moved quite a bit:
No one can sell PRV.
Swaps fail. When anyone posts in the forum asking about it, they are told there’s no Swap liquidity, and to try a limit order:
- Swaps fail but value you get by making limit order is so much lower
- Swap fails repeatedly
- [ISSUE] Trade Requests are not being fulfilled?
- Swap PRV for anything basically not working
- Every trade I try to do either fails or is refunded.
- Swap or Sell Limit Orders Not Working?
- Swap doesn’t work
- Swaps only fail
But…for all popular coins, there are no PRV buyers.
The order books for ETH, BTC, XMR, ZEC, DOGE, XRP, DASH… have no sell side (i.e. no buyers of PRV.)
The order books for LTC, DAI, USDC don’t even have a PRV option, and require transacting in a different coin.
The only viable option for trading out of PRV is USDT…BUT…
As I posted here in a different thread, even when you place an order with an offer price lower than the highest bid, it still doesn’t fill.
This is exactly what is happening now. The order book shows nearly 31k in PRV sitting at a bid of 0.13 USDT, and nearly 8000 PRV being offered at that exact price of .13 USDT or better…
…and nothing is happening. Those orders are all just sitting there, not being filled, despite there being liquidity to fill them.
I asked in the other thread how there could be matching orders (i.e. a buyer with an open bid and a seller with an open offer for the exact coin the buyer’s order is for, at the exact price the buyer has bid), and no fill.
I was told: “Limit orders require that someone else uses swap to activate the limit order.”
This makes absolutely no sense.
There’s nearly 31k in PRV sitting at a bid of 0.13 USDT. I attempt a Swap of PRV at a price of 0.1298 USDT… and guess what? It also fails.
HOW CAN I SELL PRV??