Trust Wallet is one of these cool hybrid wallets that you have on your mobile for quick and easy access to your crypto holdings, while at the same time remaining in full ownership of your digital assets. What I mean by that is - you have a seed phrase that protects your wallet data and … Continue reading Trust Wallet Review – stake, buy & sell crypto from your phone
Here is a form of a cyber attack that is largely unknown to users in the crypto space and I feel it's time to bring it to your attention. Throughout my "Crypto Jargon" series I have discussed many types of cyber attacks and crypto-related threats that you should look out for and this one is … Continue reading What is Dust | Dusting Attacks Explained
The third Bitcoin Halving is approaching fast now and we are already seeing a positive price action in the run-up to the event. Bitcoin is up 100% in the past month and that's in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic shutdown of global economies. In the middle of March we saw the biggest crash of the … Continue reading 27,000 less Bitcoin per month mined
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
One of the coins that recently came onto my radar is COTI (Currency Of The Internet). With a very bullish looking TA and fundamentals that seem very promising, it is a coin that I started accumulating and this is what prompted me to share it with you. As you probably know, every fortnight I send … Continue reading COTI – what is it and how to buy it
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)
Since 2017 when Bitcoin was hard forked and Bitcoin Cash (BCH) was born there has been a great deal of rivalry and speculation as to should we care about the fundamental principles carried on by both versions. Most people in the crypto community support the BTC version which is the dominant chain and subsequently carries … Continue reading Bcash (BCH) just halved and nobody noticed…
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…
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
In my previous post I looked into an American-based service provider for crypto that works in many regions around the world and today I will review another website that I have been using for the past 3+ years. It's an Austrian-based service that caters to all the European countries (and soon expanding to other regions … Continue reading How to buy Gold, Silver, Bitcoin and 30 other cryptos within minutes.
Let's talk about the recent slump in financial markets. Stocks, bonds, crypto...even Gold and other tangible assets are down and not just by a few points... we're talking -30% ... -50% ...some even more. It's a global mayhem and to a great extend it is due to the most recent pandemic crisis that is shaking … Continue reading Scared of a market collapse? Don’t be…
For the longest time, one of the strongest cases in favour of Bitcoin has been the Store Of Value claim. The asset has outperformed Gold and Silver and pretty much every stock out there in the past decade. But last week we saw an unprecedented market sell-off that went on hand in hand with the … Continue reading Bitcoin becomes correlated with the stock market.
Today was a great day for trading. One of the coins I shared with you just two weeks ago experienced the kind of pump we all needed to lock-in some damn good profits. The coin in question is WRX - the native token of the biggest Indian exchange WazirX. As I mentioned in this post … Continue reading India Lifts Ban on Crypto causing this coin to skyrocket.
So, you are not a wealthy investor who can put tons of money into crypto but you still want a piece of the action. And damn right you should. Since the beginning of this year we are seeing huge movements in the market that bring us confidence that this year will be a great one for … Continue reading How to Earn Crypto for Free in 2020
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?
On 16 Feb (2020) The Cointelegraph reported about yet another threat with legal action coming from the never-ending saga ... I mean the attack on Bitcoin that Craig Wright is trying to exercise. If you don't know his name, I'd assume you literally just heard about Bitcoin yesterday, so in one short sentence, this is … Continue reading Craig Wright tries to sue… Bitcoin?!
So, yesterday we had a sudden drop in Bitcoin after a few days of consolidation that followed its most recent jump to the $10500 resistance level. This was a drop below the 10k level for the third time in the past week and as usual caused the rest of the crypto market to drop as … Continue reading Bitcoin drops below 10k – should you be worried?
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
If you are following Ripple over the past year, you probably know that one of the biggest controversies around their coin XRP is that the executives of Ripple Labs own a huge stack of the coin’s supply. In addition to that, Ripple (the company) itself owns billions of these coins. Fortunately, the company has been … Continue reading Ripple Co-Founder with $1million in XRP to Sell
You’ve probably heard me talk about the Bitcoin halving in some of my videos and posts here on this blog and now that this event approaches fast, I think it’s time to give you an update on it and explain what it's all about. What is the Bitcoin Halving The Bitcoin halving is an event … Continue reading Bitcoin Halving 2020: Everything You Need To Know
If you are tired of being subjected to a multitude of ads that Youtube, Facebook and Instagram are constantly throwing at you and not getting a cut of that revenue, you are not alone. I too, am fed up with the countless ads on these so popular social networks and I find it rather unfair. … Continue reading LBRY Pays users to browse through content.
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
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
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.
people are now transacting millions of dollars' worth in bitcoin in a single transaction, for fees below one dollar.........
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
Welcome to another edition of my short series “Crypto Jargon”. In these series, I break down the complex terminology we use in reference to cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology. In this article are featured the following acronyms for software changes and upgrades (known as software forks): Soft Fork (SF) Hard Fork (HF) User-Activated Soft Fork (UASF) … Continue reading Soft Fork Vs Hard Fork and Other Types Of Forks Explained
There have been a number of crypto exchanges that recently delisted privacy coins from their platforms. The likes of Zcash, Monero, ZEN, PIVX and many other privacy oriented coins have been taking a beating from the regulated exchanges due to compliance concerns raised after the FATF ruled them unfit to meet AML criteria and threatened … Continue reading War on Privacy Coins – is there a future of Anonymous Crypto.
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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 … Continue reading LEDGER BLACK FRIDAY SALE is ON