As part of the Crypto Jargon series, this post will focus on the abbreviations you will find mostly in trading signals and technical analysis on social media. When posting signals, traders use loads of slang to save time and to keep their message short, for convenience, especially on twitter or telegram. I won't be breaking … Continue reading Trading Jargon – most used abbreviations by traders
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
A paper wallet is one of the most secure ways to store your Bitcoin and it's simply a piece of paper that contains a Bitcoin (BTC) address and its corresponding private key. In addition, a paper wallet often includes QR codes and with the tool I use to generate these, there's an additional security option to encrypt your … Continue reading Bitcoin Paper Wallet – what is it and how to create one
In case you are not aware about Revolut - this is an online bank that operates just like the any regular bank but without the high fees and unnecessary charges. I have mentioned Revolut in previous posts here on this blog but mainly in connection to their Bitcoin and Ethereum buy/sell option on their phone app. … Continue reading What is Revolut and how it will save you money on your travels
CMC - Coinmarketcap.com has been the go-to website for all crypto investors and traders for quite some time. It's a source for all the crucial info for any respectable cryptocurrency (if a coin is listed there, it is considered legit), with data ranging from market capitalization, trading volume, price change, historic performance, it also lists … Continue reading 12 Alternatives to Coinmarketcap.com
You can actually sync the new device to be associated with the data from the old device and use it alongside with it. This way you can keep your Nano S at home or elsewhere safe while using the Nano X on the go and with you at all times since it has the wireless sync feature which makes it ideal for everyday usage.....