Only BTC and ETH will be available for trading when that rolls out to waves of users starting in California, Massachusetts, Missouri, Montana, and New Hampshire in February, though more will be added. “We’re extremely selective about the cryptos we’re making available on the platform” says Tenev. “We’re introducing those first because these are the most mature coins that people are trading these days. Multiple times people have declared them dead and they’ve come back stronger than ever.”
Understanding how to sort through all the headlines about Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies can give you a considerable advantage in your trading decisions. This is particularly true when it comes to issues regarding regulation. As cryptocurrencies remain relatively new and they are based on blockchain, many national regulators have yet to decide what they will and will not permit. Moreover, among those that have opted to treat cryptocurrency in one way or another, the rules are continually evolving.
Fees, fees, fees: Multiple trade actions = More fees. It’s always advisable to post the command (maker) and not to buy from the order book (taker). In Poloniex exchange, the difference is 0.1% in favor of the maker. That’s quite a bit.
No-commission stock trading app Robinhood will let you buy and sell Bitcoin and Ethereum without any added transaction fees starting in February, compared to Coinbase’s 1.5 to 4 percent fees in the US. And as of today Robinhood will let all users track the price, news, and set up alerts on those and 14 other top crypto coins, including Litecoin and Ripple.
Many see TRON as an end of the online entertainment system as it is today – forced by giant corporations and companies such as Google, Apple, Youtube, Spotify, and others. Content creators might get another option and not have to go through these “middle men” anymore.
There are many groups on Facebook where you can find likeminded folks who will happily talk crypto all day but the problem is that 99% of these groups are filled with people who have only a very basic understanding of cryptocurrency and the knowledge available here is not particularly strong. I have recently left almost every single group on Facebook as, in my opinion, they are largely filled with FUD.
It took me 6 years of losing to learn how to trade but now it’s so easy it’s like I’m in the matrix and candlesticks are falling everywhere but I wouldnt recommend someone new try it with any significant amount of money.
Following the ETF for Bitcoin proposed by the Winklevoss Twins for regulatory approval but rejected by the SEC, there are only a handful of options available as regulators try to tackle the current challenges posed by investment firms that want to create cryptocurrency-related investment vehicles including on Bitcoin.
I know a lot of new investors in crypto want to try their hand at trading. However if you just hold a few top coins like Bitcoin, you will probably outperform most day trading efforts. But nevertheless, people want to give it a try so here are some tips to help you get on the right path without making the mistakes I see pretty much everyone making.
After going over the three ways to trade Bitcoin, we will extend our exploration into the pros and cons of each way, and then provide a bottom line for each category and an overall summary further below.