What is Cryptomate? How does the platform work? Can you trust them?
And how does it compare to all the other options we have in the UK?
Check out this Cryptomate review to find out more about this popular UK-based crypto platform.
bitFlyer is a cryptocurrency exchange established in 2014 which now operates in the EU, the US, and Japan.
But is bitFlyer trustworthy? How does it work? How competitive are its fees?
In this bitFlyer review, I’ll cover everything you need to know before you give it a shot.
Crypto.com is a cryptocurrency platform that offers a lot. It allows you to store, transfer, and exchange between 68 cryptocurrencies (e.g. Bitcoin) and your local currency (e.g. GBP, EUR, & USD).
With Crypto.com’s MCO Visa Card, you can also spend your cryptocurrency anywhere that Visa is normally accepted around the world (and get up to 5% cashback).
Is this the best bitcoin debit card in the UK, the EU, and the US? Check out this Crypto.com review to find out more.
Monolith is the first non-custodial, 100% decentralised Ethereum (ETH) wallet that is linked to a Visa debit card. The Monolith Card is available to residents in the United Kingdom, and across the European Economic Area (EEA).
But how does it all work? What are the fees like? And how does it compare to the best bitcoin debit cards available in the UK?
Find out my thoughts in this Monolith review.
Ziglu is a UK-based cryptocurrency platform that has just launched in the UK. It allows you to easily buy and sell Bitcoin (BTC) and other cryptocurrencies at competitive rates (1.25%).
That’s great, but there’s one huge downside: you cannot currently withdraw any cryptocurrency you buy on Ziglu. This is essential functionality which is missing from Ziglu’s crypto platform.
Read the full Ziglu review to find out more.
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What is CoinJar? How does it work? Can you trust this platform?
In this CoinJar review, I’ll clear up all the questions you might have about it – including what countries can use it, supported cryptocurrencies, how its fees work, and more.
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The Ledger Nano X is the latest hardware wallet from Ledger. It started shipping in the middle of May 2019. I’ve tested and reviewed nearly every single hardware wallet that’s on the market. The Ledger Nano X is the simplest and easiest to setup.
In this hands-on Ledger Nano X review, I’m going to explain why I consider it to be the best hardware wallet on the market. I’ll outline the advantages and disadvantages, what’s included in the box, how to set it up, and more.
Ready? Let’s dive into this Ledger Nano X review.