Coinmama Review (2020)

Coinmama is a cryptocurrency broker that allows you to buy Bitcoin (BTC) and other cryptocurrencies in more than 188 countries worldwide.

If you’ve been researching where to buy Bitcoin (BTC), you’ve probably come across Coinmama a few times. They’ve been around since 2013, so it’s a well-established company which seems quite popular.

But is Coinmama really a good place to buy Bitcoin (BTC) and other cryptocurrencies?

In this Coinmama review, I’m going to bring together everything I could find out about Coinmama. By the end, you’ll be able to decide for yourself if it’s the best place for you to buy Bitcoin (BTC).

Ready? Let’s dive into this Coinmama review.

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Even after testing numerous alternatives to CoinTracking, I haven’t been able to find any cryptocurrency portfolio manager which has as much functionality for the same cost.

In this review, I’ll walk you through some of its best features and why it’s the #1 cryptocurrency portfolio manager available.

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Delta App Review (2020)

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Delta’s crypto portfolio tracker app was released in 2017 for Android and iOS. Less than a year later, they announced that they had over 1,000,000 users. During that time, they also won Webby’s ‘Best Mobile UI’ 2018 award.

But is it better than all the other great options out there? Is it the best crypto portfolio app?

Read this Delta crypto app review to find out why it’s one of my favourite crypto portfolio apps.

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Revolut Cryptocurrency Review (2020)

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In December 2017, Revolut rolled out a feature which 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 do not recommend Revolut’s crypto exchange.

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

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Opendime Review (2020): The Disposable Bitcoin (BTC) Wallet

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Disclaimer: Just so you know, I was sent over a free pack of Opendime by Coinkite so I could put together this Opendime review (and the quickstart 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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Ledger Nano S Review (2020)

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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 1.4 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’ll also cover some security stuff which will help you keep your cryptocurrencies secure and answer some FAQs about the Ledger Nano S after the main review.

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What is Regalcoin? Another Crypto Ponzi Scheme (2020)

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Back when I originally wrote this in October 2017, Regalcoin was a BitConnect copycat (i.e. a clone) which was getting lots of attention.

That’s mainly because it promised returns of up to 45% per month, had a lucrative affiliate program which incentivised cryptocurrency YouTubers to shill it, and was promoted as a way to get in on the ground floor with something just like BitConnect (which had seen a massive increase in coin valuation over the course of 2017).

It went from a high of over $70 per coin in October 2017 to just $0.0011 in 2020.

In this post, I outline what Regalcoin was all about and the warning signs which indicated it was a Ponzi scheme – just like BitConnect.

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Best Cryptocurrency Portfolio Apps (2019)

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It can be a complete nightmare to keep track of your cryptocurrency investments and trades.

I know from personal experience. I started with Excel but found that even with a small (<200) number of trades, it was hard to actually use this information to make good decisions (e.g., when to buy and sell). I found I was wasting loads of time sorting this out too. Sound familiar?

There are loads of options out there (I’ve listed all the ones I know of at the end). Some are gems, but others are complete trash.

In this post, I’m going to rank the best 5 cryptocurrency portfolio management and tracking apps (or sites) of 2018.

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BitConnect Scam: Crypto’s Biggest Ponzi Scheme (2020)

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On the 16th January 2018, the BitConnect scam collapsed.

They announced that they were shutting down their lending and exchange platform on the 21st January 2018. Following this news, BitConnect’s coin value nosedived from a daily open of $255.91 to $19.28 by the end of the day. That’s an 87% drop.

And by the end of the year, BitConnect was no longer available to trade on any cryptocurrency exchange. At the height of BitConnect’s value, it had a market capitalization value of approximately $2.6 billion (over $430 per coin). It was now worthless.

But what was BitConnect? Was it obvious that it was a scam? What led to its collapse?

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