A while back, I put together a google doc for close friends and family who wanted to get involved with Crypto. Everybody has now at least doubled their money and some people have made a killing. I am now making this Google doc publicly available – it’s here, it’s free, your welcome 🙂
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This responsibility to safeguard your private key which controls the digital asset also comes with some additional risks, as explained below. First, we will go over the positive sides of owning the underlying digital asset.
This isn’t a decision to take lightly. Do the maths, read reviews and trial the exchange and software first. Coinbase is widely regarded as one of the most trusted exchanges, but trading cryptocurrency on Bittrex is also a sensible choice. CEX.IO, Coinmama, Kraken and Bitstamp are other popular options.
Trading bots are rather common in the bitcoin world, as very few traders have time to stare at charts all day. Most people trade bitcoin as a way to generate passive income while working their regular day jobs. With so many people relying on trading bots, the question becomes which one can be trusted and which one should be avoided. Below is a list of known cryptocurrency trading bots, however, your mileage may vary when using them.
Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) powered by the Ethereum blockchain platform are the hottest thing going right now, but are they secure, On July 24, 2017, the second Ethereum ICO hack in a week hit the news, as digital wallet firm Veritaseum disclosed to Bleeping Computer that a hacker stole…
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I think the simplest place to buy, sell, and store coins is Coinbase (and our tutorial below will help you get set up with that), but you can only buy, sell, and store Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, and Bitcoin Cash on Coinbase. If you are serious about trading cryptocurrency, you’ll need another exchange like Coinbase’s GDAX, Bittrex, Binance, or Kraken (and you’ll likely want to find a wallet to store your coins in). See a top 5 list of cryptocurrency exchanges and the Best Bitcoin Exchanges ranked (those above are my picks).
Lowest fees are probably on LocalBitcoins because you’re buying directly from other people and the site doesn’t take much, per trade. Using LocalBitcoins maybe requires a tad more technical know-how but the site is good and reliable and guides you through the process of signing up and initiating a trade nicely.
In addition, in its official blog post, Korbit also said on Jan. 19 that the existing fund deposit method will be terminated and replaced this month. It added that users “must have a Shinhan Bank account registered under your legal name.”
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You can, and I have. Not everyday but somedays I can turn around a couple hundred by buying on 1 exchange and selling on another, Doge made me a killing buying on Cryptsy for .0000021 and selling on Vircurex for .0000028 2 weeks ago. You have to be naturally good at math, IMO to be profitable and also realise when is the smartest time to cash out. Ex: Solarcoin hit Allcrypt last week, my buddy had 40,000 he sold for .0000005 a piece to make .338. I held for 2 days, and I sold 40,000 for 1 BTC. I could of been shit out of luck and it crashed but I put a little bit of faith into it and it turned out well. Most pricing, and information on altcoins is speculative so you must remember and guide your choices with the idea that it is just speculation (So as to not think everything will always go as plan, and that every investment will prosper)
Are Cryptocurrencies Taxed? It seems as if 2018 is going to be a year of breakthrough concerning the taxing and IRS cryptocurrency benefits. The IRS handles cryptocurrency as an asset, hence the presence of capital gain inferences. An ideal manner of minimizing is purchasing and retaining for more than one year. Bitcoin’s biggest boost took […]
EDIT: #10 Bonus (Suggested by @kerstenwirth ) — always check the ticker symbol. Ticker symbols are not universal, and may vary from exchange to exchange in rare cases. Those cases, though, can come back to bite you. For example, Bitcoin Cash trades on some exchanges as BCH, while it trades on others as BCC. BCC is also the ticker symbol for BitConnect, which was recently outted as a Ponzi Scheme. If you bought BCC under the impression was Bitcoin Cash, you would’ve lost a lot of money.
It makes no sense for each trade to be a taxable event. You could make $100 on a trade and then mins later lose $150. You don’t pay taxes by the trade. You pay them by the year or quarterly based on your earnings.
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For stock market investors, investing in Bitcoin indirectly through a listed security such as an ETF, ETP, or trust may be suitable for those looking at taking a passive position. Active traders might find the limited trading hours and potential lack of volume a limiting factor that could hinder their trading. Overall, using listed securities that invest, track, or hold Bitcoin can be a viable alternative to diversify away from the risks of margin trading or safeguarding private keys when buying the underlying.
Trading with emotion is lethal. You can only lose money if you close the trade. Anyone who has lost money trading crypto needs to either learn quick or stop trading as it’s almost impossible to lose. So far losses have always recovered if you hang in and not panic.