Crypto.com Review (2020): How Does It Compare?

Crypto.com Cards (MCO Visa Card)

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.

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Ledger Nano X Review (2020)

Ledger Nano X - Genesis Edition

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.

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Cheaply Buy Litecoin in the UK (2020)

Litecoin with computer graphics card for cryptocurrency mining

Litecoin (LTC) is the fifth-largest cryptocurrency network, with a market capitalization of over $5bn. It was forked from Bitcoin (BTC) in late 2011 and is designed to be quicker and cheaper to transfer.

In 2020, it’s possible to get Litecoin (LTC) in lots of places at competitive rates directly with GBP.

But it’s still easy to get ripped off.

In this post, I’ll show you the cheapest way to buy Litecoin (LTC) in the UK with GBP with a UK bank transfer, a debit card, or a credit card.

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Cheaply Buy Ethereum in the UK (2020)

A trolley full of cryptocurrencies

Ethereum (ETH) is the second-largest cryptocurrency network. It supports loads of ERC-20 tokens on its blockchain, and it’s traded on most crypto exchanges.

But if you’re not careful?

You’ll get ripped off. You might end up unnecessarily paying high fees when buying Ethereum (ETH) with GBP in the UK.

In this post, I’ll show you the cheapest way to buy Ethereum (ETH) in the UK with GBP.

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Trezor Review (2020)

Trezor device

Hardware wallets are popular and well-recommended, as they let you easily and conveniently store (and use) your cryptocurrency.

But is the Trezor the best hardware wallet out there?

The Trezor One was the world’s first cryptocurrency hardware wallet (released in 2014), but how does it compare to all the other options out there?

In this Trezor review, we’ll dive in and find out.

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

OpenDime promotional header

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)

Ledger Nano S (partially closed) on a keyboard

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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