Chartwise the TomoChain coin has been bullish all week. But that's not really what I care about. I think Tomo is setting a benchmark for future coins in a completely different regard. The stupidly insane bullrun in 2017 sparked the birth of lots and lots of altcoins. Each incarnation was worse than the other. Literal … Continue reading Is TOMO the light in the darkness?
For anyone interested in passive income with cryptocurrencies, staking is a big thing. It's pretty much the easiest form of passive income. You just buy coins, leave them lying around and get money. Awesome. But staking doesn't always mean staking. I usually refer to any coin that gives me returns on a schedule as a … Continue reading Staking doesn’t always equal staking
While I wrote my article about exchanges in crypto and how they lose you money, I noticed something. A lot of you guys aren't either aware of cold storage or you got blinded by CZ from Binance. He said you can keep your coins on a safe exchange like Binance because funds are #SAFU. The … Continue reading Why a sane mind needs a cold storage
If you own any cryptocurrency, be it Bitcoin or any altcoin. It might be intriguing to keep them on the exchange where you bought them after you did that. But this might ultimately lose you all your money. As recent events have shown. Recently, a well known and somewhat big crypto-exchange got hacked and most … Continue reading Why exchanges are like banks. And how they lose you money.
Yesterday I downloaded the Haven ($XHV) wallet since I switched to mining it at home. And there I was reminded (again) of a big problem, cryptocurrencies and the whole space still have: usability. I am not talking about the GUI not being nice or easy to use. It lies within the Blockchain itself. I set … Continue reading The pressing problem in crypto which hinders mass adoption
I get asked this a lot. Why did I bother to write this book? Because - in my estimation - it is what the cryptocurrency space needs the most right now: accessibility. This book was designed from the get-go to draw people into the market. But not with cheesy marketing-lines (although the cover obviously has … Continue reading Why I wrote The Bitcoin Saga
This is a guest post from my good crypto friend Jonathan Habicht. He is the founder of blockfyre.com and runs his personal blog jonathan-habicht.com. You should definitely check both out. Blockfyre.com is a great website for you to research on coins you might invest into. They do deep research on altcoins if they are worth their … Continue reading Why crypto needs to transform from tech focus to user focus.
How is Bitcoin the future of money? Before buying or investing anything, it is wise to know what exactly you are going to buy. Bitcoin is the future of money. Or is it? It is way better than existing money as we know it, but why? Here's a list: It is decentralized. There is no … Continue reading How is Bitcoin the future of money?