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  1. Any trader looking to make money on cryptocurrencies and gold markets needs to invest time researching before taking a position. If you do a search on cryptocurrencies it won’t be long before you’ll see an article that compares their merits against gold. Should you invest your hard-earned money in gold or cryptocurrencies? They ask, and variations on that theme. The number of these articles implies that they are somehow in competition with each other. But it’s a phoney war. Both have a different role to play in the world of finance and in your portfolio. More details : Cryptocurrencies and gold: You need to take a position
  2. When the Wall Street Journal’s headline reads Bitcoin: Even Grandma Wants In On The Action you can’t ignore it. Bitcoin’s price swings have been prompting volatility-starved investors to join the biggest speculative boom since the 1990s dotcom fever. Just six minutes into Bitcoin futures trading, the contract expiring in January which opened at $15,000 rose to $16,600. Trading on Monday morning (December 11th) in London the contract was changing hands at $17,500. Bitcoin itself was at $16,635.05 according to CoinDesk. Right now there is no hotter ticket having started 2017 at $968.23. More details : Bitcoin mania: Join the rush or beware the bubble?
  3. Headlines about cryptocurrency have filled the news for months and helped fuel price increases in Bitcoin and others virtual coins. While plenty acted quickly and got in on cryptocurrency, many other potential investors have cautiously considering held back. They feared the opportunity had gone when Bitcoin reached $20,000 and others like Ethereum and Ripple started making big gains. Warnings about bubbles, regardless of who was making them, have largely gone unheeded. New price records have been set then broken on a regular basis. However, a market correction was always going to happen. More details : Is this the best time to get into cryptocurrency? Headlines about cryptocurrency have filled the news for months and helped fuel price increases in Bitcoin and others virtual coins. While plenty acted quickly and got in on cryptocurrency, many other potential investors have cautiously considering held back. They feared the opportunity had gone when Bitcoin reached $20,000 and others like Ethereum and Ripple started making big gains. Warnings about bubbles, regardless of who was making them, have largely gone unheeded. New price records have been set then broken on a regular basis. However, a market correction was always going to happen. More details : Is this the best time to get into cryptocurrency?
  4. Crypto gives you live updates on every cryptocurrency on the market. This comprehensive listing details the Price, Market Cap, Volume and Circulating Supply for every cryptocurrency you want to know about. The timely and precise delivery of information enables you to make the best trading decisions. Once you’ve identified the cryptocurrency you wish to invest in you can quickly and easily take advantage of its price by going to FXBTrading.com/ and make your desired trade instantly. You don’t need an e-wallet, simply choose the currency you wish to use to make your cryptocurrency investment and with two clicks you’ve got the crypto you want at the price you want. Join the 125,000+ traders who’ve already taken advantage of our user-friendly trading platform. They use FXB Trading because we are an FSA regulated broker, we collaborate with all the major crypto exchanges and there are no fees or commissions to pay. We can also offer 1:10 leverage for trading cryptos – which is hard to beat. Traders have the assurance of knowing that cryptocurrency purchased through FXB is protected by the Financial Commission and that the risk of losing your investment through cyber crime is reduced because your cryptocurrency is held using cold storage as opposed to an exchange. More details : Fxb Crypto
  5. Cryptocurrency trading Cryptocurrency trading is becoming more and more popular and many investors are jumping on the cryptocurrency bandwagon. However, it is essential to understand that trading cryptocurrencies is not necessarily a ‘Get rich quick scheme’. Before you start investing in cryptocurrencies, it is important to do your research. Read our guide and find out all you need to know about trading cryptocurrencies. More details : A beginner’s guide to trading cryptocurrencies
  6. The security of cryptocurrencies is an issue for some people. The founders of digital coins know that stories about exchanges being hacked damage their image. For cryptocurrencies to be commonly used by the general public they must gain trust. The same trust that people have in the bank coins and notes they use to buy goods and services. The developers of privacy-obsessed digital coin zcash have gone to unique (and extreme) lengths to ensure their digital currency’s security. Zcash used nuclear waste from the infamous Chernobyl power station to create low-level radiation. This was converted into random numbers to generate zcash’s public cryptography parameters. More details : How far will cryptocurrrencies go for security?
  7. CME Group’s October 31 announcement to offer futures on Bitcoin this month sent the cryptocurrency surging past $6,400. The move brings Bitcoin closer to mainstream finance, placing it alongside CME’s futures on interest rates, indices, commodities and currencies. Bitcoin’s price has soared. It started the year at $966, broke $5,000 on October 11 before settling at $6,362.65 on October 31. Futures are derivatives contracts that investors typically use to speculate on prices or hedge risk against turns in the market. Other major markets like stocks, bonds, commodities and currencies all have derivatives based on them. CME’s futures option would allow investors to hedge that Bitcoin’s price will rise, something that is difficult at present. More detail : Bitcoin takes a big stride away from fringes of finance
  8. If you are interested in buying cryptocurrencies, there are many crypto exchanges operating all around the world that allow you to buy cryptocurrencies. It is a good idea to register and verify your accounts with multiple exchanges. The reason for this is that the process can take time if there is an increase in registrations every time there is an increase in the price of Bitcoin. Different crypto exchanges have different features, fees, policies and coin listings. Leading brokers usually allow clients to use fiat currencies to buy cryptocurrency. These are traditional currencies such as Euros, Dollars and the British Pound. More details : How to buy cryptocurrencies through an exchange: a step-by-step guide
  9. The interest in cryptocurrency is often referred to as the ‘digital gold rush’ attracting thousands around the world to invest in cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and others like Litecoin, Ethereum and Ripple. The value of Bitcoin is linked to sentiment – whenever people rush to invest, the prices go up and when people decide to sell, the price goes down. This volatility has resulted in prices skyrocketing. In 2017, Bitcoin surged in valued from $830 to $19300 and is now fluctuating around $8,000. Other cryptocurrencies like Ripple and Ethereum are following a similar trend. This cryptocurrency rollercoaster has helped lucky investors to make fortunes. Blockchain, the technology behind Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, was designed to facilitate, authorise and log the transfer of bitcoins. More details : Cryptocurrency will play a big role in our lives in the future
  10. You’ve been following cryptocurrencies for a while and seen Bitcoin rise in value from cents to their highest point of over a thousand dollars. You have been thinking about joining the crypto rush but your knowledge is very limited. You want to invest an amount of $500 and are probably wondering which cryptocurrencies to invest in. However, before you buy, you should do your research in order to find out everything there is to know about cryptocurrencies. To help you, we have compiled our own research. Read on to find out more. More details : Everything you need to know before you buy cryptocurrencies
  11. When the Wall Street Journal’s headline reads Bitcoin: Even Grandma Wants In On The Action you can’t ignore it. Bitcoin’s price swings have been prompting volatility-starved investors to join the biggest speculative boom since the 1990s dotcom fever. Just six minutes into Bitcoin futures trading, the contract expiring in January which opened at $15,000 rose to $16,600. Trading on Monday morning (December 11th) in London the contract was changing hands at $17,500. Bitcoin itself was at $16,635.05 according to CoinDesk. Right now there is no hotter ticket having started 2017 at $968.23. More details : Bitcoin mania: Join the rush or beware the bubble?
  12. CME Group’s October 31 announcement to offer futures on Bitcoin this month sent the cryptocurrency surging past $6,400. The move brings Bitcoin closer to mainstream finance, placing it alongside CME’s futures on interest rates, indices, commodities and currencies. Bitcoin’s price has soared. It started the year at $966, broke $5,000 on October 11 before settling at $6,362.65 on October 31. Futures are derivatives contracts that investors typically use to speculate on prices or hedge risk against turns in the market. Other major markets like stocks, bonds, commodities and currencies all have derivatives based on them. CME’s futures option would allow investors to hedge that Bitcoin’s price will rise, something that is difficult at present. More details : Bitcoin takes a big stride away from fringes of finance
  13. Samsung have announced that their foundry business makes chips designed for cryptocurrency mining. The move was reported by Korean newspaper The Bell who revealed the chips will be application-specific integrated circuit (Asic). It marks the first official move by Samsung into cryptocurrencies. The company’s official statement read: “Samsung’s foundry business is currently engaged in the manufacturing of cryptocurrency mining chips.” Garrick Hileman, a cryptocurrency researcher from the University of Cambridge, said the move indicates that Samsung does not see Bitcoin as a bubble that is about to burst. More details :Samsung joins cryptocurrency bandwagon
  14. Cryptocurrency trading is becoming more and more popular and many investors are jumping on the cryptocurrency bandwagon. However, it is essential to understand that trading cryptocurrencies is not necessarily a ‘Get rich quick scheme’. Before you start investing in cryptocurrencies, it is important to do your research. Read our guide and find out all you need to know about trading cryptocurrencies. What are cryptocurrencies? Cryptocurrency is a digital or virtual currency that uses cryptographic techniques to secure transactions and control the creation of additional units of the currency. Cryptocurrencies are a digital asset and exist only in an electronic form. More details : A beginner’s guide to trading cryptocurrencies
  15. The security of cryptocurrencies is an issue for some people. The founders of digital coins know that stories about exchanges being hacked damage their image. For cryptocurrencies to be commonly used by the general public they must gain trust. The same trust that people have in the bank coins and notes they use to buy goods and services. The developers of privacy-obsessed digital coin zcash have gone to unique (and extreme) lengths to ensure their digital currency’s security. Zcash used nuclear waste from the infamous Chernobyl power station to create low-level radiation. This was converted into random numbers to generate zcash’s public cryptography parameters. More details : How far will cryptocurrrencies go for security?
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