5 Reasons to use Kucoin exchange

Kucoin exchange is having a great choice of cryptocurrencies, all the most popular coins are listed as well as many lesser known ones and their bonus features are what really sets Kucoin exchange apart from its competition….

I’ve written about my preference to Kucoin exchange on a few occasions and I will point out here the top 5 things I consider to be the main points of advantage over other exchanges.

Now, I am not trying to say that Kucoinis the best exchange out there, I wouldn’t go as far as to claim it is better than Binance, Bitfinex, Bittrex or the other giants on the market, after all, we all know that liquidity is king and this is why Binanceis always coming on top of the list when comparing exchanges. However, there are a few things that Kucoin does differently and these make it one of my top exchanges to use, so here we go.

  1. Choice of coins.

    Kucoin exchange supports a great variety of small-cap altcoins that are often in their infancy which makes it ideal for those who prefer to trade the less-known coins for greater gains. It is not unusual to catch a winning trade with 10x or more gains on a low-cap cryptocurrency (experience needed*) and this is one of the main reasons why many traders prefer Kucoin over the more established competitors.

  2.  “Buy with Fiat” option.

    Kucoin exchange is one of a few that offers the option to buy crypto directly with a credit card on their platform which for many is an important feature when starting their online trading experience.

  3.  Lesser fees.

    Compared to many other exchanges, Kucoin exchange has trading fees starting at 0.1% which is below the industry standard (most commonly fees range between 0.15% to 0.25%), with the option to reduce your fees further by holding a certain amount of KSC which is the native Kucoin token.

  4.  Numerous competitions.

    The incentives run by Kucoin exchange are a great way to get some extra coins for free. Whether by taking part in competitions or completing tasks. These are happening pretty much every week.

  5.  Regular airdrops to token holders.

    If competitions are not your cup of tea, then you can just get lucky one day and find out that you’re being awarded an airdrop simply for holding a certain coin. This happened to me on a few occasions (see screenshots below), most recently for having some Tron in my account which was a nice bonus.
    They do airdrops quite often and they always make announcements about these on their telegram news channel so it’s good to keep an eye on these.

 

And here’s an EXTRA point to make: The Kucoin Bonus offers.
Members of this exchange can make additional profit from the KCS – the Kucoin native token that pays a daily bonus for holding the tokens and the second offering is the commission-based affiliate side of the business that will bring some extra coins to your wallet should you choose to promote them.

kucoin-referral bonus.jpgI am taking advantage of both of these bonus offerings and I am getting small rewards on a daily basis paid to me for holding some KCS coins and from the fees that Kucoin collects from the trading activity of my peeps so while this is by no means big money, it’s still something extra that comes passively and without any effort, so it’s worth considering it.

The bottom line is: Kucoin exchange is having a great choice of cryptocurrencies, all the most popular coins are listed as well as many lesser known ones and their bonus features are what really sets Kucoin exchange apart from its competition so go check it out here >>> kucoin-exchange <<<

 


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LEDGER BLACK FRIDAY SALE is ON

It’s that time of the year again.

My favourite hardware wallet – Ledger Nano is having a massive sale offer ALL WEEK.

I’ve been using the Ledger devices ever since I got my first Bitcoin and throughout the years they improved their devices so much.
Ledger has been a solid little vault since the early days but the latest model and the upgrades to their firmware made it even better. Gone are the days where we had to choose between only 3 or 4 coins to store, the early Nano S model was having a very limited capacity but with the latest upgrade to its firmware, we can now store up to 10 different coin apps on the device and there are over 1000 to choose from.

What’s even better, the latest model – NANO X can store over 100 and it even has a Bluetooth option to navigate it from your mobile phone on the go – which is what I’m doing most of the time and this has really changed everything for me. I used to store smaller amounts of my coins in cloud wallets just to have the convenience to use them when I’m not at home or on short travels where I don’t carry my laptop with me but since I got the Nano X I don’t have to worry about this anymore, I just sync it with my phone app and I’m able to access all my crypto assets from anywhere – how good is that.

I’ve posted many tutorials on the Ledger devices over the past few years, the latest one was my Start-to-Finish tutorial on how to set up your Nano X device and how to restore it as a previous device – if you have already used a previous one, so make sure you check these out too.

So, if you’ve been eager to get your hands on one of these devices, now is your chance to get them at a great discount all week…

Yes, it’s really a week-long black Friday event and the sales are now ON. Click the banner below or to the right ——>>>
or use this link  to get the discount offer straight from their official website.

https://shop.ledger.com/pages/black-Friday?r=ea2f

Thank me later.

Ledger Nano X - The secure hardware wallet


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CYA, CYOA, DYOR, ELI5, IMO & YABC Explained.

Welcome to another post from “Crypto Jargon” – the series where we break down the complex crypto terminology. Today’s article features the following slang acronyms:

These are acronyms mostly used on chat forums and twitter and haven’t quite made it into the mainstream yet, so if you happen to spot them and not sure what they stand for, keep reading:

  • CYA
  • CYOA
  • DYOR
  • ELI5
  • IMO
  • YABC

Starting with CYA and CYOA are referring to pretty much the same thing Cover Your Ass or Cover Your Own Ass and can mean two things:

First, it is referred to as covering your digital footprint, your online activity in order to not be identified. But more often it is used simply as a warning about careless investments of those who are new to the crypto space. It means that one should do a lot of research before they make a buy position of a cryptocurrency and make sure they set a stop-loss to protect against possible reverse in the market.

In that respect, similar usage has the acronym DYOR which stands for: Do Your Own Research. Not to be confused with the luxury fashion house of Dior. The warning here is that you really must protect yourself against losses and scams by doing a lot of research and mainly, Your Own Research, rather than just following other people’s advice blindly, which can get you in trouble.

There are too many Shills, Trolls and Scam artists, who can easily misguide you and cause you great losses. So, most of the influencers and content creators would always tell you to Cover Your Ass by Doing Your Own Research. By the way, Shill and Troll are terms I cover in another article in these series so look in the description here for the link.

Another common expression on forums and chat rooms is ELI5, which stands for: Explain Like I’m a 5-year-old, basically calling for a simple, easy to follow explanation of something that is usually more complex. Just what I am doing here with these series.

IMO, in My Opinion, I am doing a good job, wouldn’t you agree? This is what IMO stands for.

And lastly, YABC means “Yet Another Bitcoin Company” or it can also be used as “Another Blockchain Company”. It’s a term indicating that there is really nothing special with this specific company and that it is just trying to jump on the Bitcoin/Blockchain trend for more gains. There are thousands of companies that want to be associated with Bitcoin just to appear as cool and in 2017 there were many instances where businesses added the word Bitcoin or Blockchain to their brand name and saw huge increases in revenue as a result.

As you probably know I also post these definitions on my YouTube channel, here’s my episode with today’s terms:

If you liked this article, you will most certainly love my eBook “Crypto Jargon A-Z” – this is the most up-to-date publication of its kind. With over 700 terms, acronyms and trading slang, it contains everything related to cryptocurrencies and blockchain tech – all the complex terminology we use in media articles, blogs, forum chats, social media posts and of course video content too so go check it out on Amazon at one of the following links:

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US https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Y9DT3H6
UK https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07Y9DT3H6
Germany https://www.amazon.de/dp/B07Y9DT3H6
France https://www.amazon.fr/dp/B07Y9DT3H6
Spain https://www.amazon.es/dp/B07Y9DT3H6
Italy https://www.amazon.it/dp/B07Y9DT3H6
Netherlands https://www.amazon.nl/dp/B07Y9DT3H6
Japan https://www.amazon.co.jp/dp/B07Y9DT3H6
Brazil https://www.amazon.com.br/dp/B07Y9DT3H6
Canada https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07Y9DT3H6
Mexico https://www.amazon.com.mx/dp/B07Y9DT3H6
Australia https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B07Y9DT3H6
Asia-Pacific https://www.amazon.in/dp/B07Y9DT3H6

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🏆Exchanges I use for trading crypto:

Binance
Kucoin 
Bittrex
Bitfinex
HitBtc 

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Where I buy crypto:

BitPanda (Europe)
Cex (Global)
Coinmama (Global)
Changelly (good for instant coins swaps)(Global)
Payeer (Europe, Asia, alternative to paypal)
Bitfinex 
Coinbase (USA, EU, Africa) Get $10 worth of Bitcoin on your first $100 crypto purchase with this link: http://bit.do/coinbase_join

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Where I store my crypto:

  • Ledger Nano – the best hardware wallet (offline storage)
  • Trezor – also one of the best wallets out there.
  • Exodus – desktop wallet
  • Coinomi – mobile phone wallet with instant coin swap feature
  • Crypto.com – mobile wallet and exchange

Ledger Nano X - The secure hardware wallet

ICO, IEO, STO, IPO and FREECO Explained.

Welcome to another informative article of Crypto Jargon. Today I will explain the terms behind the following acronyms:

  • ICO
  • IEO
  • STO
  • IPO
  • IMO
  • FREECO

So, let’s start with the most well-known I guess – ICO. It’s been explained in a hundred videos already and you might have seen my video from a couple of years ago, so I’ll keep it short and sweet.

ICO stands for Initial Coin Offering and it’s a form of crowdfunding a crypto-related project at a pre-launch stage.

ICOs are frequently used by developers of a new crypto currency to raise capital.

Since the first Initial Coin Offering in 2013 by Mastercoin, ICO have become a very popular method for investors to obtain tokens at low prices. At the same time, they have also been used by many scammers for illicit funding of dubious or non-existent projects, which put pressure on many government bodies to set regulatory framework for ICOs in 2017. China, India and America are currently amongst the few governments that require KYC registration for participants in ICOs.

While 2017 was the year of ICOs (thousands were launched back then), 2019 is the year of IEOs – this stands for Initial Exchange Offering and it’s a crowdfunding similar to an ICO but which relies on having an exchange or a number of exchanges that function as a counter-party. Developers mint the project’s tokens and send them to the exchange, which will then sell the tokens to individual contributors. It is more convenient in the way that the tokens are received directly into the users accounts in that exchange and they can start trading them without the nuisance of having to remember which wallet they used when they placed their orders for the Initial Coin Offering and then having to claim them and move them into the exchange once they are listed, a process that could in some cases take months and be quite a challenge for those who are not very tech-savvy.

STO stands for Security Token Offering and it’s a step further into providing more security for the investors. Similar to an Initial Coin Offering (ICO), an investor is issued with tokens representing their investment but unlike an ICO, a Security Token Offering represents an investment contract with agreed minimum returns or a return of the invested amount upon failure to meet this agreed minimum.

IPO is the original term that this stem from – it stands for Initial Public Offering and the event in which a company “goes public” selling early shares of their business in exchange for funds. This term gave birth to the crypto-specific term ICO but the two have major differences. IPO is about selling shares with a price are determined by the profitability of the company and its expectancy for future performance while ICO is about selling tokens that do not represent equity, not shares from the company, their price is based purely on hope and speculation about potential future performance of that project.

Now, about IMO – this is not a term related to cryptocurrencies or investments in any way, but I thought it belongs to this list purely because of the spelling similarities.

It stands for In My Opinion and it’s widely used on social media and could be confused with an IPO, so I thought I’d insert it here just to be on the safe side.

Lastly, there’s a term that isn’t used very much, FreeCO – Unlike a traditional ICO where investors are required to send money before the project launches, in a FreeCo, you just have to register with the project, and you get some free coins. You only get to invest later when the project is up and running. You won’t really find many of these but it’s worth mentioning it, I guess.

As you probably know I also post these definitions on my YouTube channel, here’s my episode with today’s terms:

If you liked this article, you will most certainly love my eBook “Crypto Jargon A-Z” – this is the most up-to-date publication of its kind. With over 700 terms, acronyms and trading slang, it contains everything related to cryptocurrencies and blockchain tech – all the complex terminology we use in media articles, blogs, forum chats, social media posts and of course video content too so go check it out on Amazon at one of the following links:

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US https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Y9DT3H6
UK https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07Y9DT3H6
Germany https://www.amazon.de/dp/B07Y9DT3H6
France https://www.amazon.fr/dp/B07Y9DT3H6
Spain https://www.amazon.es/dp/B07Y9DT3H6
Italy https://www.amazon.it/dp/B07Y9DT3H6
Netherlands https://www.amazon.nl/dp/B07Y9DT3H6
Japan https://www.amazon.co.jp/dp/B07Y9DT3H6
Brazil https://www.amazon.com.br/dp/B07Y9DT3H6
Canada https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07Y9DT3H6
Mexico https://www.amazon.com.mx/dp/B07Y9DT3H6
Australia https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B07Y9DT3H6
Asia-Pacific https://www.amazon.in/dp/B07Y9DT3H6

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🏆Exchanges I use for trading crypto:

Binance
Kucoin 
Bittrex
Bitfinex
HitBtc 

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Where I buy crypto:

BitPanda (Europe)
Cex (Global)
Coinmama (Global)
Changelly (good for instant coins swaps)(Global)
Payeer (Europe, Asia, alternative to paypal)
Bitfinex 
Coinbase (USA, EU, Africa) Get $10 worth of Bitcoin on your first $100 crypto purchase with this link: http://bit.do/coinbase_join

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Where I store my crypto:

  • Ledger Nano – the best hardware wallet (offline storage)
  • Trezor – also one of the best wallets out there.
  • Exodus – desktop wallet
  • Coinomi – mobile phone wallet with instant coin swap feature
  • Crypto.com – mobile wallet and exchange

Ledger Nano X - The secure hardware wallet

New Tether Fraud Case |‘Libra’ Hard-Fork |UNICEF Crypto Fund & more |CRYPTO CORNER ep77

Crypto-related news and commentary with OJ Jordan

The Crypto Corner Video Podcast Ep77
Relevant Links from this episode:
📄https://news.bitcoin.com/tether-created-largest-bubble-in-human-history-claims-lawsuit-against-bitfinex/
📄https://www.cryptoknowmics.com/news/bitcoins-block-size-too-big-says-blockstreams-samson-mow
📄https://www.cryptonewsz.com/unicef-announces-cryptocurrency-fund-to-support-children-and-young-people/45555/
📄https://www.coindesk.com/bitfinex-says-it-shouldnt-have-to-collect-documents-for-nyag-during-appeal
📄https://www.cnbc.com/2019/10/09/libra-association-loses-interim-managing-director.html
📄https://tether.to/tether-anticipates-meritless-and-mercenary-lawsuit-based-on-bogus-study/

r_5z9VFhAGXB4lkIi🚩The book “Crypto Jargon A to Z” is the most comprehensive dictionary to date. Over 700 definitions of terms, acronyms and all the crypto slang people use in their market analysis, blogs and media articles related to blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies.
Grab your copy today: http://www.ojjordan.com/cryptojargon

💻Connect with me on social media:

►Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/busyjordy
►Twitter: https://twitter.com/busyjordy
►Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/busyjordy
►Linked In: https://linkedin.com/in/ojjordan

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Where I buy crypto:

►BitPanda (Europe) http://bit.do/bit-panda
►Cex (Global) http://bit.do/c-io
►Coinmama (Global) http://bit.do/coinma
►Changelly (good for instant coins swaps)(Global) http://bit.do/changelli
►Payeer (Europe, Asia, alternative to paypal) http://bit.do/payeer-join
►Kraken (Global) https://www.kraken.com/
►Coinbase (USA, EU, Africa) Get $10 worth of Bitcoin on your first $100 crypto purchase with this link: http://bit.do/coinbase_join

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🏆Exchanges I use for trading crypto:

►Binance http://bit.do/B1NANCE
►Kucoin http://bit.do/ku-coin
►Bittrex bittrex.com
►Bitfinex bitfinex.com
►HitBtc http://bit.do/hit-btc

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🔑My Top hardware Wallet for Crypto is Ledger Nano X (offline wallet/cold storage) – http://bit.do/ledgerNano
here’s my tutorial on How to set it up – https://youtu.be/lHzFY4ucTYQ

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💎Best Wallets with instant-exchange features:
►Coinomi : https://coinomi.com
►Coinpayments : http://bit.do/coinpaymentss
►Exodus : https://www.exodus.io

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The information contained in this video is for informational purposes only. Nothing herein shall be construed to be financial or legal advice. The content of this video reflect solely my own opinions. Purchasing cryptocurrencies poses considerable risk of losses.

This information is what was found publicly on the internet. This information could have been doctored or misrepresented by the internet. All information is meant for public awareness and contains what is already in the public domain. Please take this information and do your own research.

Make sure you leave a comment below (and a ‘like’) Thank you!
All Rights Reserved ©️OJJordan2019

McAfee DEX Launch|Paypal exits Libra| |CRYPTO CORNER ep76

Crypto-related news and commentary with OJ Jordan

The Crypto Corner Video Podcast Ep76
Links from this episode:

r_5z9VFhAGXB4lkIi🚩The book “Crypto Jargon A to Z” is the most comprehensive dictionary to date. Over 700 definitions of terms, acronyms and all the crypto slang people use in their market analysis, blogs and media articles related to blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies.
Grab your copy today: http://www.ojjordan.com/cryptojargon

💻Connect with me on social media:

►Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/busyjordy
►Twitter: https://twitter.com/busyjordy
►Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/busyjordy
►Linked In: https://linkedin.com/in/ojjordan

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Where I buy crypto:

►BitPanda (Europe) http://bit.do/bit-panda
►Cex (Global) http://bit.do/c-io
►Coinmama (Global) http://bit.do/coinma
►Changelly (good for instant coins swaps)(Global) http://bit.do/changelli
►Payeer (Europe, Asia, alternative to paypal) http://bit.do/payeer-join
►Kraken (Global) https://www.kraken.com/
►Coinbase (USA, EU, Africa) Get $10 worth of Bitcoin on your first $100 crypto purchase with this link: http://bit.do/coinbase_join

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🏆Exchanges I use for trading crypto:

►Binance http://bit.do/B1NANCE
►Kucoin http://bit.do/ku-coin
►Bittrex bittrex.com
►Bitfinex bitfinex.com
►HitBtc http://bit.do/hit-btc

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🔑My Top hardware Wallet for Crypto is Ledger Nano X (offline wallet/cold storage) – http://bit.do/ledgerNano
here’s my tutorial on How to set it up – https://youtu.be/lHzFY4ucTYQ

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💎Best Wallets with instant-exchange features:
►Coinomi : https://coinomi.com
►Coinpayments : http://bit.do/coinpaymentss
►Exodus : https://www.exodus.io

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The information contained in this video is for informational purposes only. Nothing herein shall be construed to be financial or legal advice. The content of this video reflect solely my own opinions. Purchasing cryptocurrencies poses considerable risk of losses.

This information is what was found publicly on the internet. This information could have been doctored or misrepresented by the internet. All information is meant for public awareness and contains what is already in the public domain. Please take this information and do your own research.

Make sure you leave a comment below (and a ‘like’) Thank you!
All Rights Reserved ©️OJJordan2019

Coinexchange shuts down |Bittrex removes 6 coins |Is Libra the future of money & more…|Crypto Corner ep75

Crypto-related news and commentary with OJ Jordan

Links from this episode:

🚩The book “Crypto Jargon A to Z” is the most comprehensive dictionary to date. Over 700 definitions of terms, acronyms and all the crypto slang people use in their market analysis, blogs and media articles related to blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies.
Grab your copy today: http://www.ojjordan.com/cryptojargon

💻Connect with me on social media:

►Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/busyjordy
►Twitter: https://twitter.com/busyjordy
►Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/busyjordy
►Linked In: https://linkedin.com/in/ojjordan

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Where I buy crypto:

►BitPanda (Europe) http://bit.do/bit-panda
►Cex (Global) http://bit.do/c-io
►Coinmama (Global) http://bit.do/coinma
►Changelly (good for instant coins swaps)(Global) http://bit.do/changelli
►Payeer (Europe, Asia, alternative to paypal) http://bit.do/payeer-join
►Kraken (Global) https://www.kraken.com/
►Coinbase (USA, EU, Africa) Get $10 worth of Bitcoin on your first $100 crypto purchase with this link: http://bit.do/coinbase_join