Revolut Cryptocurrency Review (2021)

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In December 2017, Revolut rolled out a feature that allows you to buy, sell, and hold cryptocurrency from within their mobile app.

There’s no doubt: Revolut is a fast, simple, and easy way to buy, sell, and hold cryptocurrencies. But I think Revolut’s crypto exchange sucks.

Want to know why? Read my full Revolut cryptocurrency review to find out.

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Market Corrections: ‘Buying the Dip’

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In a previous post, I talked about dollar-cost averaging (DCA) – an investment strategy which is simple to setup and should reduce the impact of Bitcoin’s volatile price on your average purchase price.

There’s another piece of the puzzle I want to discuss though: ‘buying the dip’.

In this post, I delve into why you 100% should buy the dip, why most people don’t or can’t, and how to set yourself up to take advantage of opportunities.

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Opendime Review (2021): The Disposable Bitcoin (BTC) Wallet

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I was sent over a free pack of Opendime by Coinkite so I could put together this Opendime review (and the guide at the end).

What is an Opendime? How does an Opendime work, and how do you use it?

This is all covered in this Opendime review, with my hands-on impression and a quick tutorial which shows this nifty little Bitcoin (BTC) USB stick in action.

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Best Cryptocurrency Newsletters (2021)

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There’s a lot to keep up with in the cryptocurrency space.

Because of that, it can be easy to miss important updates, interesting articles, and ‘dank memes’. Luckily for us, there are some great cryptocurrency newsletters that wade through the plethora of bullshit and deliver the best bits to your inbox.

In this post, I’ve pulled together the best cryptocurrency newsletters which I’m currently subscribed to:

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Ledger Nano S Review (2021)

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The Ledger Nano S is a cryptocurrency hardware wallet which was released in 2016 by Ledger. It’s one of the most popular hardware wallets on the market. To date, more than 1.5 million units of the Ledger Nano S have been sold. I’ve consistently ranked the Ledger Nano S as one of the best hardware wallets.

But is the Ledger Nano S the right hardware wallet for you? 

In this Ledger Nano S review, I’ll cover everything you need to know: from what cryptocurrencies are supported to all the little extra features it includes which you’ll want to know about. I’ve also included some security stuff (to help keep your cryptocurrency secure) and an FAQ about the Ledger Nano S.

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Stop Paying Coinbase Withdrawal Fees

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FYI: Coinbase and Coinbase Pro now seem to charge the same Bitcoin (BTC) withdrawal fees. This is a dynamic fee, but it tends to be lower than many other cryptocurrency exchanges I’ve checked out.

This is a quick post to walk through how you can stop paying the excessively high transaction fees when withdrawing bitcoin (BTC) from Coinbase.

Read on to discover how.

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Vertcoin (VTC) One-Click Miner (OCM) Guide

Vertcoin (VTC)  is a cryptocurrency that was created in 2014 and is branded as “the people’s coin” by the community. Unlike Bitcoin (BTC), Vertcoin (VTC) aims to keep its mining as decentralized as possible. This means that the development team is looking to keep Vertcoin (VTC) ASIC resistant so that the community can continue to mine it with a graphics card (GPU).

To encourage more members of the community to mine Vertcoin (VTC), the team behind this cryptocurrency has developed the one-click miner that is simple and easy to use. This focus of this post is to show anyone interested in mining a cryptocurrency how easy the Vertcoin (VTC) one-click miner is to use.

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Cryptocurrency Investment: Ask Yourself These Questions

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How do you decide whether a cryptocurrency or token is worth purchasing or investing in?

Where do you start? What’s important and what’s not?

This post details the initial questions which I ask myself about a cryptocurrency before independently deciding whether to conduct more in-depth research. This isn’t extensive or complicated but is something that I’ve used as a starting point to evaluate projects.

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