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
I know it is 2019 already. And I want to apologize for not writing this post earlier and catching you guys up on my portfolio. Shame on me. So in this one, we're gonna cover two full months. December 2018 and January 2019. And we can do that because Bitcoin is busy doing nothing. But … Continue reading Portfolio Update; end of 2018, still rekt
Passive income is the greatest form of income. It gives you the opportunity to do literally nothing while earning money. There are multiple sources already in existence. In the old world, so to speak. Real estateStarting a businessStocks and equitiesPersonal or niche blog (like this one)Online-shop (dropshipping)Online courses (like this one)AffiliatesEt cetera All of this … Continue reading What is passive income and why?
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
Passive income will make you wealthy. Winning single trades won't. If you're a trader, you're probably triggered. Hear me out. R:R The R:R is a big thing in trading and stands for Risk-Reward-Ratio. Basically, if the desired trade and its implied reward are worth the risk upfront (simply put). You can zoom out on this … Continue reading Why passive WINcome over single winning trades
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.
Everyone and their mother is banking on the CBOE ETF to be accepted by the SEC. If we're honest, that's only to pump the Bitcoin price. However, an ETF is generally a great source of passive income. And if you are like me, you enjoy making money while you sleep. ETF’s (Exchange Traded Funds) are … Continue reading The selfmade Bitcoin ETF
Imagine you are in a city called Incobit, somewhere within the barren desert of the Orient. You are strolling through the alleys and think of the treasure chest you have at home. Filled with chains, bracelets, and rings, partly made of pure gold they shine through the sun's rays as soon as you open the … Continue reading Swolen blocks
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