In todays world, you can almost always trust that a companies name followed by “.com” will bring you to the best website for their product. The thing is, Bitcoin isn’t really a company and that’s one of the reasons why people love it. Nevertheless, people have had a hold of the URL since before the
Bitcoin dominance increases by the day while many altcoins fade into darkness. Bittrex, a popular cryptocurrency exchange, delisted 15 coins from their exchange just this month… and only gave a 2 week withdrawal limit. You should know this is a reality for exchanges in 2019, and how you can prevent it from burning you…
Cash App is another great way to get started investing in Bitcoin, especially since so many people already have the application. We’ve already covered their new feature of depositing Bitcoin to your Cash App account, but now we’ll talk about how you can withdraw it. This guide will show you exactly how to send Bitcoin
Coinbase is one of the most popular exchanges in the crypto space with over 30 million customers served. The website is a great place for new investors to start because of how well it follows U.S. regulations. This guide will get you ready to purchase Bitcoin on Coinbase in a matter of minutes.
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?