Category: Cryptocurrency Trading

Will 2018 see of the end of Blockchain, Bitcoin, and Cryptocurrency? Or is it just the beginning?
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Will 2018 see of the end of Blockchain, Bitcoin, and Cryptocurrency? Or is it just the beginning?

Short answer: Both. To understand where we stand right now, think of it as your first time at the gym. Do you remember your first day at the gym? The cycle goes something like this: Trigger: I’m fat. Inflated Expectations: Losing weight and getting in shape before the weekend. Trough of Disillusionment: It’s hard to train...

What is Cryptocurrency?
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What is Cryptocurrency?

What is cryptocurrency:  21st-century unicorn – or the money of the future? This introduction explains the most important thing about cryptocurrencies. After you‘ve read it, you‘ll know more about it than most other humans.

How To Invest in Cryptocurrencies
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How To Invest in Cryptocurrencies

This guide explains how you invest in cryptocurrencies. Why should you invest in them? Which cryptocurrencies should you put in your portfolio? Where can you buy them, how can you store them, and how do you need to tax them? We try to give answers to the most urgent questions about investing in cryptocurrencies.

Initial Coin Offering (ICO)
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Initial Coin Offering (ICO)

DEFINITION of 'Initial Coin Offering (ICO)'
An unregulated means by which funds are raised for a new cryptocurrency venture. An Initial Coin Offering (ICO) is used by startups to bypass the rigorous and regulated capital-raising process required by venture capitalists or banks..

So How Do I Buy Bitcoins?
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So How Do I Buy Bitcoins?

You can buy Bitcoins directly from other people using online marketplaces, no different than any other product or service. Alternately, you can also use a digital currency exchange or broker such as Coinbase, Bitstamp, Kraken, and Gatehub..

Cryptocurrency Margin Trading
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Cryptocurrency Margin Trading

Margin trading with cryptocurrency allows users to borrow money against their current funds to trade cryptocurrency “on margin” on an exchange. In other words, users can leverage their existing cryptocurrency or dollars by borrowing funds..