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
When it comes to Faucets and crypto airdrops, contests and other giveaways this website has been consistently reporting on the ones that are legit and those to be avoided. I know that there's a lot of scam out there and I do our best to keep you informed and alert of the ones that are … Continue reading Get Free units of Zcash and DOGE every day with this Faucet
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
(last updated in Sept 2021) 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, … Continue reading Crypto Wallets – Complete Guide (types of wallets explained)
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.
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
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?
I don't often engage in price predictions or signals, but after posting my Binance yearly overview which ranked me at 90% better than the most of its users, my Facebook and Twitter contacts started asking me to share what I'm trading, so here we are. Before I begin this post, let me remind you that … Continue reading These 3 coins are about to Moon.
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
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
It's 31 October 2019 and today marks exactly 11 years since the release of Bitcoin's whitepaper by Satoshi Nakamoto. On this day in 2008 the first cryptocurrency was conceived and it created a monumental shift in the way we perceive the future of money and provided a revolutionary new direction for resisting censorship from the … Continue reading Top Facts about Bitcoin on its 11th Anniversary.
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.....
We started November on a positive note with the celebration of 10 years since Bitcoin's whitepaper release but we are ending on a more sombre note as we are experiencing the biggest bloodbath in the crypto market since the 2014 market donwslide. As it stands right now, we are in a 82% decline since Bitcoin's … Continue reading Bitcoin Crash Report – Is this the End?
Since the beginning of 2018 we saw a massive decline in the price of Bitcoin and all the rest of the crypto market as result of the over-inflated, FOMO-driven hype of the late 2017. Partially, this was due to the necessary market correction that follows such a steep curve of the market but there's also … Continue reading Bitcoin Conspiracy
There are many staking coins and various ways they reward their hodlers. Some require running a masternode, others require longer lock-in period of the coins or a higher amount limit. And then there are those with a simpler, more user-friendly strategy like BNB and KCS which share a similar model so it makes sense to … Continue reading BNB vs KCS : Two utility tokens to consider
It is very simple. For your own protection. Don't worry, all addresses will be active and will work. Use each and any of the generated addresses as you please. If you are new to Bitcoin, you will find it hard to get your hands on some at first so here is a list of the … Continue reading Why your Bitcoin wallet address changes?
As you may have noticed, the price of Ethereum Classic has been on the rise and there's one good reason for it. Take a look at my last Crypto Corner webisode to find out why... Check out the news from my "Crypto Corner Daily" http://bit.ly/2HaC1c7 Further reading and references: 📄Callisto reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/EthereumClassic/comments/7pp7dp/ethereum_commonwealth_development_update_11_jan 📄https://www.reddit.com/r/EthereumClassic/comments/7qs9ui/callisto_network_announcement/ 📄Callisto … Continue reading Callisto Airdrop coming to ETC holders
My crypto year report. A quick roundup on the news that shaped 2017 cryptoshpere:
If you are a first-time buyer of crypto currencies you will probably ask this question. I get this in my inbox at least once a day lately, so I decided to write this blog and give you my piece of mind on this subject. There is a big difference between choosing a crypto from an … Continue reading Alt Coins – which ones to buy?