If you’re new to cryptocurrency, it can be intimidating to use Bitcoin (BTC) or Ethereum (ETH) to purchase altcoins like Ripple (XRP) or Stellar (XLM).
You’ve probably heard stories about people purchasing altcoins for $0.70 per coin and multiplying their investment over the course of just a few weeks.
While it’s important that you do your own research before buying altcoins, Binance makes trading less of a hassle.
It’s an up-and-coming exchange with low trading fees, fast processing speeds, increased security, and more.
You can use the exchange to trade right from your smartphone, and it’s designed with both beginners and advanced traders in mind.
Here’s how to use Binance to buy altcoins.Read More
ECC has the potential to multiply in value in the coming months.
But it has more potential than most altcoins because it is more advanced than the average digital currency.
It serves as the blockchain foundation for tons of commercial applications, like messaging and mail. Some people are even calling it “Ethereum 2.0.”
I’m bullish on ECC because of its roadmap, vision, and community. An organically built, tight-knit community has driven this coin to success.
There are Bitcointalk threads devoted to ECC with over 148 pages.
But you’re probably wondering: how and where can you buy ECC?
Look no further. Here’s your how-to guide on where (and how) to buy ECC coins.Read More
New altcoins pop up all the time. They may boast stronger blockchains, enhanced security or lightning fast transactions.
That is certainly the direction in which cryptocurrency is headed. People will continue to create more advanced models that are ever safer and improved.
But what about other applications of blockchain technology? What else is in store for blockchain and cryptocurrency?
I believe WePower is the next generation of altcoin. It’s a simple platform which will, essentially, allow anybody to invest in green energy.
Hence, if we’re thinking about how blockchain will be applied mainstream in the near future, this is a solid example.
That’s just one of the reasons why I think WePower will do very well. WePower has an exciting future ahead of it.
So what exactly is WePower? How does it work? And why do I think it has mega potential?Read More
Bitcoin blew up last year.
It’s cooled off since then. But its value rose over 1,000% in a single year.
And yet, that wasn’t even the best-performing cryptoasset last year.
I know. I was shocked, too.
Instead, that award goes to Ripple.
All of the attention last year was on Bitcoin’s rise and the insane ICO market blowing up.
Despite all that, Ripple largely flew under the radar of the mainstream media. Even though this is where the smart investors were paying attention.
But… should it be worthy of more?
I’ve got to admit, I’m not the biggest fan of Ripple. It goes against the very idea of decentralized currencies.
But from a pure investment standpoint, I think it has a lot of potential.
Ripple did explode at the tail-end of the year. But was that just a temporary blip on the radar, or a sign of longer-lasting, sustainable growth?
Let’s find out.Read More
ICOs are attractive. They have the potential to 100x or more.
But they’re also incredibly risky.
Not just for the investors, but for the broader finance and investment community, too.
First off, a bunch of them are downright scams.
A ton also violate security laws in the U.S. That means even if they’re a short-term success, they’re a long-term risk.
And they’re threatening to bring more scrutiny over all the cryptocurrencies.
Polymath is the antidote. It’s a platform that helps companies issue securities tokens that allows for security to be baked into the process.
In other words, people are incentivized to bring new blockchain financial products to the market.
That should provide increased liquidity to the marketplace, on top of making regulators happy.
Plus, only verified buyers can purchase or trade these security-based coins.
So there’s greater marketplace visibility, resembling more traditional securities markets like the NYSE — without all the additional paperwork (still).
But is that a good thing or a bad thing?
Here’s my take on whether Polymath can become the next 50X coin (or not).Read More
Almost everyday, people are posting on r/cryptocurrency asking the most undervalued coins. The comments are full of people shilling their bags – some are actually decent but most are garbage. “Great team, awesome tech, great community, cheap price, low supply” The usual B.S.
In this post, I’d like to share a true gem that I believe is a major sleeper and has real potential to 50x by the end of the year.
I will present to you exactly WHY I believe 50x is totally achievable and I suggest you DYOR (do your own research) and come to your own well reasoned conclusion rather than blindly buying it because some random guy on the internet said so.