In Wednesday's Q&A, I received the following question.
“Could you please provide a few crypto currency companies that pay dividends?”
When I gave an answer, this made me think…
Could crypto investing be the future of passive income?
I realised that with the number of crypto currencies that are distributing dividends now days - I believe YES!
And in this article, I am goin... ››› more
Earlier this year, I wrote about IOTA's Coincide project, which will essentially solve the crypto's “centralised” problem.
You see, up until now, IOTA relied on something called the Coordinator, which ensured its network ran smoothly and efficiently. By using the Coordinator, IOTA wasn't truly decentralised as cryptos were set out to be.
Two weeks ago, IOTA announced that specificati... ››› more
2020 is set to be a big year for cryptos.
Not only will we experience the upcoming third Bitcoin “halving” - notoriously known for sparking a bitcoin bull run…
But the second largest crypto by market cap, Ethereum will launch “Ethereum 2.0”.
If you’re not familiar with what this entails, you can read about it here.
For today, however, I want to share one... ››› more
I don't know if you noticed, but last weekend, bitcoin's price soared from around $7,500 to over $9,600 - a +28% gain!
Many cryptocurrency market analysts pointed to comments made by China's president President Xi Jinping that the country should "seize the opportunity" of bitcoin's blockchain technology, as the reason behind bitcoin's sudden rally.
You see, China banned bitcoin and cryptoc... ››› more
Last week, I introduced MoneyMorning readers to the world of stable coins - price-stable cryptocurrencies.
Their ultimate goal?
To eliminate volatility and create stability in crypto prices.
Without price stability, cryptocurrencies may struggle to achieve mass adoption, widespread circulation and, ultimately, everyday use.
So these cryptos could be a game-changer if they're able to so... ››› more
Just a few years ago, trading offshore was an absolute nightmare.
Not only did you have to physically take your money out of the country, you also had to endure these five tedious experiences:
~ $2,500 minimum deposit
~ Endless paper work to fill in and sign
~ Limited access to instruments and control of the portfolio
~ Over a week to withdraw and deposit funds
~ Costs through the roof
... ››› more
• Who owns and controls Bitcoins and are they like shares?
• How can I buy Bitcoin?
• How can my Bitcoins get lost and can I retrieve them back?
Q. Who owns and controls Bitcoins and are they like shares?
Answer by Timon Rossolimos:
Let’s think of a share first. A share is a part of a public listed company on the Stock Exchange. A share is owned by its sh... ››› more
• Have you claimed your free CryptoCurrency Book yet?
• Which Crypto-currency brokers are the best?
• Where do I find the best Forex charting platform?
• What are the best stocks to invest in?
Q. “I have plan to start trading crypto-currencies but my problem is that I don't know which are legit brokers I can use. Please help.” ~ M
Answer by Joshua Bent... ››› more
To think, last year I gave a target for Bitcoin going from $500 to $800.
And today we're looking at Bitcoin at $4,200!
And for the last eight days Bitcoin has “crashed” 12%.
Investors and traders are feeling the pressure and are worried it's a bubble waiting to pop.
But I'm grinning and ignoring the sentiment.
In fact, I'm nearly ready to pile into Bitcoin and hold to its new all-... ››› more
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