eToro has become the go-to platform for buying cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin in early 2018, as it allows you to invest in Bitcoin without a lot of the technical knowledge you might need when using an exchange.
This guide will go through how to start trading Bitcoin/cryptocurrency on eToro.
Crypto copy trading has become very popular going into 2018. In the past where you might give your money to an asset manager, fund or day trader; in the social-media era we're now in, traders now have the option to share their trading activity publically and allow people to copy them (hence the name 'copy trading').
As insane as this sounds, there are lots of benefits vs more mature appro...
Many large Bitcoin exchanges have been overwhelmed by new users in late 2017. Going into January 2018, this has led to many smaller exchanges growing very fast. Kucoin is an upcoming Bitcoin/cryptocurrency exchange in 2018.
In January 2018, the Binance exchange has grown to be one of the most popular in the world. Although they offer lots of coins and great performance, at the time of writing this they've disabled signups for new users - so if you don't already have an account you'll have to look elsewhere.
This guide will go through some alternative exchanges to Binance which are allowing signups as of 7th ...
In late 2017, there are dozens of Bitcoin/cryptocurrency exchanges available to trade between Bitcoin and altcoins. Each has their pros and cons. Going into 2018, Binance is becoming one of the most popular and respected crypto to crypto exchanges around, supporting a range of cryptocurrencies and languages.
This guide will go through how to start on Binance as a beginner; from creating a...
If you want to buy or sell Bitcoin, you'll need an exchange/broker. Generally there are two ways of doing this:
- Cryptocurrency exchanges allow you to buy and sell real coins (e.g. if you buy some Bitcoin - you own it). See this guide for some examples....
There are lots of websites comparing the pros and cons of Bitcoin trading sites (exchanges). In late 2017 many exchanges have been effected by regulation, causing these existing comparisons to be out-of-date - in some cases listing exchanges that are potentially shutting down soon or not allowing withdrawals.
This guide aims to give up-to-date information for December 2017.
Margin trading is the process of borrowing money from a broker/exchange to be able to buy a larger amount of an asset than with just your own money. This guide explains how they can do this, and when/if you should use it when trading Bitcoin/cryptocurrencies.
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