Robinhood is a beautiful app (and website) that has helped many make their first investments. Their app makes it incredibly easy to go from having no experience in exchanges to making your first trade. But should you day trade crypto, and if so, should you do it on Robinhood?
Next month, Litecoin will undergo what’s called a “halving” — a term popularized by the cryptocurrency space to refer to the point during a cryptocurrency’s life when the reward paid out for mining the coin is cut in half. But why should you care?
One of the most popular investment strategies is dollar-cost averaging, and one of the most popular cryptocurrency exchanges on the web is Coinbase. So why not put the two together and get started on a dollar-cost averaging cryptocurrency investment strategy?
If you’re a longtime Coinbase user, you may remember a time when the major U.S.-based exchange offered something called a “Coinbase Bundle”. Essentially, this was a package of popular cryptocurrencies that you could purchase all in one go. But what happened to Coinbase Bundles?
A group of Democrats led by Rep. Maxine Waters, the chairwoman of the House Financial Services Committee, sent a letter to Facebook formally asking the company to halt work on its Libra and Calibra projects. The letter, addressed to Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg, COO Sheryl Sandberg, and Head of Calibra David Marcus, requests that Facebook
One of the smartest ways to invest in cryptocurrency (or anything, for that matter) is to do something called dollar-cost averaging. You can learn more about what that means in our longer guide, but basically, you spread out your buys over a long period of time so that your dollar cost averages out to be
Today, Coinbase announced that it will be supporting Chainlink (LINK) on their website as well as their Android and iOS apps. Customers will be able to buy, sell, transfer, receive, and store the currency. Per the exchange’s post on Medium: Starting today, Coinbase supports Chainlink (LINK) at Coinbase.com and in the Coinbase Android and iOS
Payments company Square is launching Bitcoin deposits for its Cash App. Prior to yesterday, users could only buy, sell, or transfer cryptocurrency to another wallet. According to Cash App’s website, the company will soon be allowing deposits from third-party wallets as well.
Back in March, the Amazon-owned live streaming video platform Twitch.tv removed cryptocurrency from its subscription payment options. Now, just as silently as they removed it, Twitch has re-added Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash back to their payment options. This comes just three months after it was removed, as Coindesk reported at the time: A Reddit user posted the
As you probably heard, the BitConnect Ponzi scheme is finally up. Unfortunately, however, the news of it being a complete sham didn’t make it to some diehard fans in time for them to get out — or if it did, they didn’t want to hear it. Hence, the BitConnect subreddit has been filling up with
Coinbase has announced that Bitcoin Cash, the resulting forked blockchain of a Bitcoin governance dispute that come into existence earlier this year, is now available to buy, sell, send, and receive on its user-friendly primary exchange. Per the company’s Medium post on the matter: We’re excited to announce that customers will be able to buy,
Brave, the company behind a relatively new blockchain platform that’s run on an altcoin by the name of Basic Attention Token (BAT), has announced that it is giving away $1 million in Basic Attention Tokens in a new effort to spur adoption and use of the digital advertising solution.
Mark Cuban, famed billionaire investor and owner of the Dallas Mavericks, took to Twitter yesterday to confirm that fans would be able to buy Mavs tickets with Bitcoin starting “next season.” The next NBA season commences this fall, so we could see the ability to buy Mavs tickets with BTC before the end of the
Last January, we told you about a tweet from renowned American businessman and billionaire Mark Cuban. In the tweet, Cuban said that his NBA team, the Dallas Mavericks, would begin accepting Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies “Next season.” The tweet has since been deleted.
Not surprisingly, BitConnect has decided to shut down its lending “services” after months of running what was effectively a Ponzi scheme. The company attributed its shutdown not to the fact that it was plainly unsustainable, but rather to bad press, cease and desist letters that originated from two US states, and DDoS attacks. We are