How Binance’s Acquisition Could Affect CoinMarketCap

CoinMarketCap.com (CMC) is the most popular crypto data aggregator, drawing some 207.2 million visitors in the last six months, according to data from SimilarWeb. It has established itself as the go-to crypto platform for every investor or trader of cryptocurrencies. Another giant in the cryptoverse is undoubtedly Binance - a company that developed a large … Continue reading How Binance’s Acquisition Could Affect CoinMarketCap

“Learn to Earn” Crypto Initiative by Coinbase

Coinbase is the most popular crypto exchange for first-time buyers of Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin (and some other altcoins too) and it has become quite an institution over the years. It was one of the first wallets with user-friendly interface that facilitated purchases of Bitcoin back in 2013 when the majority of the crypto purchases … Continue reading “Learn to Earn” Crypto Initiative by Coinbase

Candlestick Charts, Depth Charts, Trading walls + Day Trading, Swing Trading & Position Trading Explained

This is one of my Crypto Jargon series where I'm breaking down the complex crypto-related terminology. In this post I'll explain what are Candlestick Charts, Depth Charts and Trading Walls will also discuss different types of trading such as Day Trading, Swing Trading and Position Trading. Let's start first with Candlestick charts. These originated in … Continue reading Candlestick Charts, Depth Charts, Trading walls + Day Trading, Swing Trading & Position Trading Explained

Crypto Wallets – Complete Guide (Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple and other crypto wallets explained)

So, you bought some Bitcoin or Ethereum or other crypto and you think your job is done. You left the coins in the same place where you bought them but I have news for you: this may not be the best way to store your crypto. Let me explain... Typically, the service you will use … Continue reading Crypto Wallets – Complete Guide (Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple and other crypto wallets explained)

Bitcoin must go above the $7k soon or else it’s in trouble…

It's been a couple of weeks now that Bitcoin is trading below crucial $7000 price range and this is worrying for a number of factors. The main one being its mining costs. Since 2018 when Bitcoin began its 2-year bear cycle, we've seen a lot of pressure on mining and especially the individual miners who … Continue reading Bitcoin must go above the $7k soon or else it’s in trouble…

Number of Wallets Holding 1+ Bitcoin Skyrocket amid Crypto Downfall

It was just last week that we saw a report by the Cointelegraph that the wallet addresses holding 1 (or more) bitcoins have reached ATH (all-time-high). Indeed, the number of new wallets have been on the rise rapidly since 2017 and while it is possible that many wallets can be owned by one person, the … Continue reading Number of Wallets Holding 1+ Bitcoin Skyrocket amid Crypto Downfall

Volatility, Capitulation, Pump & Dump, Bagholder – what do they mean?

If you are new to crypto, you might be wondering what these terms actually mean. They are being used in trading signals, social media posts, articles and even on mainstream media lately, so let's bring some clarity. Let's start with what do we mean by Volatility: You've surely heard it many times: that cryptocurrencies are … Continue reading Volatility, Capitulation, Pump & Dump, Bagholder – what do they mean?

CPU & GPU, Mining Rig and ASIC – Explained

Welcome to "Crypto Jargon" - the series where we break down the complex crypto terminology. Today’s article features the following acronyms related to crypto mining: GPU and CPU Mining RIG, ASIC ASIC Resistant Let's start with GPU which is not a strictly crypto term. It is in fact something that every computer has: Graphics Processor … Continue reading CPU & GPU, Mining Rig and ASIC – Explained

Token Swap, Token Burn, Eeater Address & Vanity Address – Explained

Welcome to another Crypto Jargon post – the series where we break down the complex crypto terminology. Today’s article features the following terms: Token Swap Token Burn Eater Address Vanity Address First, a reminder about the difference between tokens and coins. Coins are those cryptocurrencies that are using their own blockchain and are most commonly … Continue reading Token Swap, Token Burn, Eeater Address & Vanity Address – Explained

Bitcoin Private Key and Seed Phrase: All You Need to Know

Ever since Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies hit the mainstream and became a subject of a wider general public interest, they have been scrutinised for their complexity in terms of UI (user interface) and not-so user-friendly applications for access. The key thing about owning crypto is that it gives you full control over your capital, without … Continue reading Bitcoin Private Key and Seed Phrase: All You Need to Know

Grab even more ZEN coins with this method for FREE.

A few weeks ago I reported about the new initiative from the Horizen Project developers to spread awareness about crypto by giving away free zatoshis - the smaller denominations of their native cryptocurrency called ZEN. In my episode of the Crypto Corner show on YouTube in December, I spoke to Rob Viglione - co-founder of … Continue reading Grab even more ZEN coins with this method for FREE.

Stablecoin, Shitcoin, Scamcoin, Virgin coin, Privay coin, Utility & Equity tokens Explained

In a previous article by Crypto Jargon, we explained the difference between a coin and a token. So now, let's break down the types of coins and tokens that are currently most commonly used in crypto. In this post I'll break down the following: STABLECOIN VIRGIN COIN PRIVACY COIN SHITCOIN SCAMCOIN EQUITY TOKEN UTILITY TOKEN … Continue reading Stablecoin, Shitcoin, Scamcoin, Virgin coin, Privay coin, Utility & Equity tokens Explained