Cryptocurrencies have received wide media attention in 2017 and caught the attention of many investors, traders and businesses. Abnormal returns to investors brought a surge of new money into the market, with some coins such as Bitcoin surpassing a return of 1000% in the year . Cryptocurrency enthusiasts, crypto newbies and other interested stakeholders of
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Using a credit card on coinbase is a super easy and safe way to buy into your first bitcoin Getting started with cryptocurrencies can be daunting, slow and frustrating. It's not uncommon to have to wait days or weeks on local exchanges such as Coinspot. Coinbase is an excellent alternative to start out when investing
Coin Overview – Ripple Due to the soaring price of Bitcoin in 2017, a lot of people are starting to pay more attention to cryptocurrencies. However, while Bitcoin may grab a lot of the headlines, there are a number of “altcoins,” or alternative cryptocurrencies which are also starting to grow in popularity. On of
Keeping your cryptocurrencies safe is the number one priority. The most secure way to do this is with offline, cold storage of your crypto assets such as a paper wallet. Even though this is the most secure it's not the most convenient. So for active users, or even if you want to transact a few
There are a number of great options for purchasing cryptocurrencies and bitcoin from Australia. In this guide we run through a few of the most well known exchanges and give our take on the pros and cons of each exchange. This isn’t an in-depth overview of each exchange but we will touch on certain aspects
One upside in using cryptocurrency means you don’t have to deal with banks. On the downside, it means you don’t have a bank to rescue you when you have trouble accessing your funds. You are in total control, and with that comes great responsibility and a much greater need for security. You will need
There are a few basic steps required to purchase your first cryptocoins. This guide will assume you are looking to ‘invest’ in one of the three big cryptocurrencies (Bitcoin, Ethereum or Litecoin). If you’re after more information on alternate cryptocurrencies you can read more here Step 1 - Sign up to an exchange (or two)
Bitcoins, forks, crypto, blockchain, wallets - What does all this mean? You’ve seen news articles popping up and you’re sure you should get involved, but what really is it, why should you and how? What is bitcoin or cryptocurrency anyway? In the most simplest terms it is ‘digital’ money that has no central owner.