The world of crypto is vast and doesn’t revolve around Bitcoin and blockchain alone. There are over 5,000 cryptocurrencies in the market today. Many of them aren’t real. Scammers have seen the potential opportunities in the crypto space, and they’ve designed some tokens in order to get people’s money.
At the same time, there are also endless opportunities surrounding crypto tokens, especially with the rise of DeFi. Whether you’re a beginner looking to invest in the crypto market or a seasoned investor, below are some techniques that will guide you in making a safe choice.
Crypto volatility is precisely the feature that makes the cryptocurrency market attractive to investors and traders looking for quick, sizable, and realistic returns.
While crypto is definitely more volatile than traditional financial assets, there are still occasional periods of inactivity or stagnancy in the market (particularly that of large cap cryptocurrencies). But then, that is just a temporary situation that picks up quickly over time.
You, as a pro trader, can put the volatile nature of the crypto market to your advantage, particularly in making quick gains. Here are a few tips worth consideration. Read more
Ripple (XRP) is already taking a hard beating on following the news that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is suing it. Here’s everything that investors need to know about the Ripple lawsuit.
Decentralized Finance (or simply DeFi) refers to an ecosystem of financial applications that are built on top of blockchain networks. Decentralized Finance is a fast-growing sector of the cryptocurrency industry.
As we all know by now, Uniswap is a decentralized exchange that had quite a meteoric rise. July 31, 2020, saw Uniswap doing a $126m volume in only 24 hours. This is 1/2 of Kraken, and only 1/3 of Coinbase.
Uniswap gives permisionless possibility to people launching their own crypto projects with the ETH token. It allows projects to get listed on their exchange (without any permission), provide liquidity for swaps, thus, helping them get into the world of crypto for free.
This also gives retailers an excellent opportunity to buy projects early on and get an excellent return on investments, but then enters scammers!
“It’s true: beginner cryptocurrency holders face a fundamental market problem. They don’t know who to trust, how to make a trade, or even how to store their crypto securely.”
More than 14% of Americans used to own cryptocurrencies at the beginning of the year 2020 and a handful of others have said they are interested but don’t know where to start. Also they have said that they are afraid of the risks or that it’s just too confusing.
2020 is the year of the corona virus, with almost all financial markets disrupted in all directions. More and more people are looking for alternatives to their savings accounts and are quickly turning to cryptocurrency.
In this presentation, we will see which cryptocurrency can perform well between 2020-21 and why.
There are several ways DeFi users can earn via yield farming and we guess most of you are aware of this. But not everything is sunshine and rainbows.
It is not that simple now, as the technology is still young. As we’ve seen with some of the recent “rug pulls” and “hacks” there is a real scenario you can lose all of your funds staked.
So, here’s our brief presentation on earning with DeFi yield farming – is it rocket science or a child’s play? We have also tried to highlight some points as to how BlockBanc aims to simplify and secure DeFi yield farming for the masses.
The leading DeFi decentralized exchange, Uniswap has crossed $2B in total value locked (TVL).
As per the data shown on DeFi Pulse and Etherscan, Uniswap clocked a record figure of over $2.06 billion worth of crypto assets locked in on Monday.
This clearly proves that there is now more value in Uniswap than what is there in the entire DeFi space – that’s what we call a neck-breaking growth.
Gas is the “fuel” of Ethereum and it determines the normal operation of the ecosystem of Ethereum.
It is needed in the ETH network to complete transactions, to execute smart contracts, to launch DApps, and to pay for data storage. If you want to send ETH or ERC20 or to interact with the smart contracts, you would require ETH to pay for the Gas Fee. Here’s everything you need to know about Gas, Gas fee, Gas Price, and Gas Limit.