Founded in June 2016, BuyUcoin is an Indian Digital Currency Exchange and Blockchain Wallet service where consumers and traders can transact with multiple digital currencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Ripple, NEO and many other popular assets. We currently serve more than 200,000 users and handle more than $30m in transactions.
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With many coins disappearing as fast as they emerge and a good helping of scams being run in the crypto world, the possibility of losing money is as real as Trump’s presidency. Ensuring you have enough money to live will increase your confidence, relaxing in the knowledge you have your bases covered if you blow your whole account balance.
Naturally, this makes crypto very interesting for trading – which, incidentally keeps it growing. Digital currencies can also be an appealing choice for beginners. That said, before you dive in head-first, it’s a good idea to make sure you know a few important points about cryptocurrency trading.
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Cryptocurrency is definitely starting to pick up steam, even though you barely hear anything about it in the Demokratik Republik of Amerrika, or what you do hear is boogey man stories about a headless man carrying away you first-born as punishment for deviating from increasingly worthless debt-dollars.
Every trader that’s been around the block knows never to go beyond their means. The explosion of cryptocurrencies has seen a tsunami of investment, with many reportedly taking out loans and mortgages to invest in cryptocurrency. For prospective day traders, look at these people as the prime example of what NOT to do.
You can make money with crypto, it moves up and down like any stocks. If you have no idea about you’re doing, it’s likely that you will loose your money. Just one important advice : dont get attached, dont get emotionnal (should not be too hard if you read RoK :D), money is made from greed and fear and only the smart and small percentage can benefit from the idiots who loose it all.
Edit: I wanted to add that as a low income person I never put much skin in the game so to speak. I have since accumulated more mining equipment, but it’s from buying GPU’s for cheap off of friends and family and recycling old computers from businesses. I keep mining seperate from trading now typically
One of the traders I follow closely is the Wolf of Poloniex. In full disclosure, I am not a member of his “Wolf Pack” currently, which is his paid private trading signals group. I just follow the big market moves he posts about on Twitter. That’s because, in general, I prefer to do my own research, trust my own eyes and live with my own calls, right or wrong.
You have to recharge. You don’t need to catch every damn run. Go out. See the trees, listen to the birds, play with your kids and your pets. In short, do the things that matter in life. The markets will be waiting for you when you return.
Back in 2012, I tried day trading stocks on Plus500, a CFD platform and I got badly burnt. I started small and made some nice gains, and as my confidence increased, I was trading more. I was using the volatility of tech stocks to go long and short based on the movements in price. Some days I would lose, some days I would win, and some days I would win big.
Always check reviews to make sure the cryptocurrency exchange is secure. If your account is hacked and your digital currency transferred out, they’ll be gone forever. So whilst secure and complex credentials are half the battle, the other half will be fought by the trading software.
Events such as these can pose issues for Bitcoin-related trusts such as GBTC, depending on how such events are handled and the degree of any proceeds distributions and administrative fees. For that reason and the pros/cons noted above, Bitcoin-related securities would not be my first choice when looking at the three ways to trade this asset.
Opportunities – based on your research you should be able to spot investment opportunities and gauge participation based on risk vs reward. Often times grinding out small, low risk moves (such as running arbitrage) can be just as lucrative as catching a big move. Knowing price trends in terms of BTC and USD is vital… sometimes gains can be made in BTC but not USD and visa versa.
Don’t invest blindy. There are people in this world who would sell a blind person a pair of glasses if they could make money. Those same people play in the cryptocurrency markets and use every opportunity to exploit less-informed investors. They’ll tell you what to buy or claim certain coins will moon, just to increase the prices so they can exit. Due to the highly speculative nature of the cryptocurrency markets today, a good investor will always do his or her own research in order to take full responsibility for the potential investment outcome. Information coming from even the best investor is, at best, great information, but never a promise, so you can still get burned.
Margin-trading is available on most of the Top 10: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Ripple, Dash, Litecoin, Ethereum Classic, Monero, ZCash. Note that the BTC trade is priced against the USD, but these altcoin contracts are priced against Bitcoin.
Yeah, I have a considerable amount of money invested in Dogecoin. My only concern with Dogecoin is that it really serves no purpose, so cryptos begin to take off and become more widely accepted, the coins that were made for a legitimate reason will be the survivors. All other joke-coins, no offense to the Dogecoin community, will become obsolete. That’s just my opinion. I still have some faith in Dogecoin because the community is so strong, but they need to start becoming more innovative and creative with their promotion. I’m sick of seeing shitty memes, knitted doge sweaters from Grandma, or dogecoin crafts made from girlfriends. It’s getting kind of ridiculous at this point. They will never be taken seriously at this rate.
I find HitBTC’s fees quite high, both deposit (1%) and withdrawal (2%), then including the execution fee (0.1%) adds up to to be quite expensive. We will be reviewing shortly though, so do wait for the full review.
A beginner might prefer to trade cryptocurrency stocks on the stock market (GBTC is a trust that owns Bitcoin and sells shares of it; trading this avoids you having to trade cryptocurrency directly). The main Bitcoin stock here in 2018 is GBTC. Be aware that GBTC trades at a premium (meaning bitcoins are cheaper than buying shares of the GBTC trust), which isn’t ideal. Also, cryptocurrency trading is a 24-hour market, where the traditional stock market is not. Learn more about the GBTC Bitcoin Trust and the related pros and cons before you invest.
If you ignore the fact that I didn’t know what the fuck I was doing and I was playing on luck, the whole experience is not one I wish to return to. Sure there are plenty of people who day trade crypto and probably a bunch who make good returns. Equally, there are many who have been burnt and financially ruined themselves. Just search Reddit and you will find many depressing stories.
Just wanted to know what to do if your currency is doing crazy well and you have made a 100% profit . Do you wait for it to touch the moon as the hype is ? Or you should sell at a profit and hope it comes down and sell again?
And from this, I wrote my original strategy. I still don’t know if I am smart or lucky, anyone could have made money this year in such a bull market. I guess the smart ones made a better %. I am pretty self-aware that different decisions would have led to an entirely different outcome. If I hadn’t have bought Ripple, I would probably be a couple of months behind where I am now. If I had doubled my Ripple investment, I could be a couple of months ahead.