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

Vertcoin 1-Click Miner dashboard

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 has served as a valuable starting point to evaluate projects.

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Buy Bitcoin Cheaply in the UK (2020)

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Want to buy bitcoin without getting ripped off?

Although it’s simple and convenient to buy bitcoin with a debit or credit card, it’s NOT the cheapest way.

There are some exceptions, but most places will charge upwards of 4% in fees when buying bitcoin with a debit or credit card in the UK. That’s 100% unnecessary.

In this guide, I’m going to walk through some popular, well-recommended, and cheaper ways that you can buy bitcoin in the UK.

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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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