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Week 09 – Overview of fundamentals and markets

state, week 09

Welcome to our weekly brief. Here you will find what is going on on the markets and what are expected events in week 09. It should help you with jumping back on track.  Fundamentals and expected events: week 09 Cryptocurrencies: The cryptocurrency market has approached the $ 1.5 trillion mark again, as BTC has jumped

Week 07 – Overview of fundamentals and markets

cryptocurrencies, week 07

Welcome to our weekly brief. Here you will find what is going on on the markets and what are expected events in week 07. It should help you with jumping back on track.  Fundamentals and expected events: week 07 Cryptocurrencies: Cryptomarket underwent a slight correction after Bitcoin was rejected again at $ 50,000. The slump

Why is it important to invest in cryptocurrencies and what is their potential?

the potential, week 08

The potential of cryptocurrencies is huge, if we are looking at the growing potential of the ecosystem and decentralization, not just at the return on investment. Let’s take a look at why it’s a good idea to invest until mass adoption has taken place. The potential is huge Cryptocurrencies are based on technology called blockchain.

Week 01 – Overview of fundamentals and markets

neoliberalism, week 01

Welcome to our first weekly brief of this year. Here you will find what is going on on the markets and what are expected events in week 01. It should help you with jumping back on track.  Fundamentals and expected events: week 01 Cryptocurrencies: The last days of 2020 and the first days of the

Week 50 – Overview of fundamentals and markets

money, future, week 50

Welcome to our weekly brief of what is going on on the markets and what are expected events in week 50. It should help you with jumping back on track after weekend.  Fundamentals and expected events: week 50 Cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin calmed down over the weekend after a highly volatile week with two consecutive historical highs

Survey: 26% of institutional investors want to invest in cryptocurrencies more

survey, investors, Saxo

Institutional investors, such as pension funds, wealth managers, and family offices, believe the cryptocurrency field will keep expanding and they plan to purchase more. Let us take a look at what else did the survey found out: Survey: Institutions want to invest in cryptocurrencies A recent study compiled by a cryptocurrency insurance company revealed that

How to choose a good cryptoexchange and top 5 favourite cryptoexchanges

cryptoexchange, exchanges, Week 47

What are the main questions you should ask yourself, when choosing a cryptoexchange? What to look for and how selected cryptoexchanges compare? Let’s find out: Does the cryptoexchange support purchases from the Czech Republic/Slovakia? Some cryptoexchanges are focused only at certain markets and it happens that it is not possible for us Europeans to use

Renato Rodríguez: Paper money will cease to exist in 2 decades

US Dollar, peníze, scandal

Renato Rodríguez, an expert businessman in economics and mathematics specializing in crypto economics for more than 10 years, explains the importance of crypto in today’s world. The digital economy has evolved since its inception ten years ago. Digital assets function as money and move stably within the financial market. In addition, there are digital wallets

Top 5 tips for new crypto investors

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Taking the plunge and entering the cryptocurrency sphere is a risk for anyone, with or without investment experience. Here are the basic tips on how to succeed when making your first crypto investment. 1. Research You’ll make better investment choices when you understand what you’re getting yourself into. Even though cryptocurrencies offer a unique investment

7 basic rules how to tell a scam project from a good investment in crypto

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Thousands of cryptocurrencies are floating on the market at the moment, and tens more go live every day. The vast majority of them will be worthless in a few years, when the process of “natural selection” has taken its course, killing all those cryptocurrencies that didn’t serve any purpose or were plain scams. But how