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No Paypal, no credit card, it seemed to be a long and tedious process. I felt a bit like a baby-boomer in front of a VHS: I moved forward jumped into the bandwagon. A painful two weeks later, my first deposit arrived in Kraken, one of the so-called cryptocurrency exchange, and I began to play with bitcoin, litecoin, ethereum and the likes. I still felt a bit ashamed to have almost no strategy. One slide in particular got my attention. In the top-tier, I would rank the best-known, easiest to user crypto-trading platforms.
In the third-tier, I would rank the most obscure, niche, technical or just weird exchanges I had to put my BTC in to trade some gems of the top I initially started the whole thing in a pretty automatic fashion. You should always do your own research for at least two reasons: Things can go fast: Since your coins are always going to be acquired first on an exchange, be sure to reinforce as much as you can your account there.
Two types of hack can happen: Some basic strategies here:. But as you will read almost everywhere, your coins should NOT stay on the exchanges you bought them in the first place! This is where some long work will take place, as you will need to remove every single of the currencies to a safer place.
As I write these lines, my top has been running for one month mid-July to mid-August , and even though I know we are in a bullish moment, the stats I get from just 30 days of holding are enough to push me to continue:. So as a follow-up to my initial top , I find myself with a few questions, some answered, some open:. You can always contact your exchange and your coin support team to check.
Some exchanges offer you to lend your coins, such as Poloniex for about 10 coins and Bitfinex. In practice, almost only Bitcoin is in demand for lending by margin traders who need it on a short notice for their leverage. The usual rates are around 0. LOTS of the conversation on cryptos happen on Twitter.
Careful, the more you read it, the more you fear of missing out and you make stupid bets, which I did. If you never traded, you will see how HARD it is to sell in a market that grows. Feel free to comment on what you want to know from the next update! Oh, and help me inaugurate my first Bitcoin tip jar: This is interesting for learning purposes, but I wouldn't recommend anyone following your footsteps. If you would to buy Bitcoins in July 15th and hold them until August 15th you mentioned mid July to mid August in your post , you would have made It would be interesting to see how your portfolio does over the next months if you intend to keep it and update us while comparing it to just holding Bitcoin.
And yes I'll keep you updated: You should also never put all of your eggs in one basket. You also need to have a time horizon more than a few months. One of the most informative about crypto that I've ever read. In fact, I'm going to have to reread this article several times and then bookmark it to use it as a form of reference.
I'm very inexperienced with crypto, as I'm still struggling with the best way to actually turn my Steem into US Dollars that I can spend. So far, I've opened accounts at Bittrex and Coinbase, but have absolutely no idea how to use them to withdraw. To "cash out" whichever crypto you possess say Steem , just exchange it with one of the big currencies such as Bitcoin, and use an exchange where you can play with Fiat money Kraken to withdraw it.
I actually read an article on here that shows you how to do it by exchanging your Steem for Bitcoin using Bittrex, then transferring your Bitcoin to Coinbase where you can then withdraw it to your bank account. Do you think that's viable? You have completed some achievement on Steemit and have been rewarded with new badge s:.
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By upvoting this notification, you can help all Steemit users. You put alot of information in this post and links for people to follow up with. Regarding your comment "update of the price for each coin of my top every month. I have yet to create a small. You should check out this great gogole spreadsheet crypto addition: Thanks for this, as a beginner I am unable to invest in all of the top currencies but articles like these with so much detail provide me with more motivation to keep investigating about the diffrent currencies.
Very informational post, that was a good read. A little bit long though. You will not find a great audience for this so easily. I am surprised already people have seen this post as of right now. It takes time to build an audience.
My thoughts to your article: That all sounds interesting and lucrative. But I prefer just sticking with Steem. Sure, many people don't like that because technically it drains the pool.
But the system allows that and Steemit is Anarchy. There are other ways to multiply Steem as well. And since I am not an investor but just an earner I best at doing just that. Upvoted, resteemed, followed and I'm sending you a randowhale! I support you even if that groups admins on FB don't! Click here to read more! Award for the number of upvotes received. When citing someone's article, it's best to include their username. I wrote the top article you cited here.
I'm also the admin you apparently have a problem with enforcing the rules on a private facebook group. I regret resteeming and upvoting your post. I modified the part here above. Sorry I'm new here, and am not willing to go against the tide, all the more as I did found some really great posts on Steemit as is the case with yours.
And I didn't know the FB group was linked to Steemit in anyway. An excellent article and insight into crypto investing. I am also about to embark on my own crypto journey having traded for a while. The future certainly looks good. All the best martinreddot. Where would I find this list of 39 Crypto Twitter users worth following for news? Award for the number of comments.
Martin, thank you for a fine article, you have given me and I hope others a cutcut to knowledge that you have obviously earned the hard way. I have been dabbling in the crypto market and have rushed in and have not been as secure as I should. I will take a step back, re-read your fine points and adjust. I am temped though to look at a smaller cross section, would the top 20 do as well in your opinion? I think it would do less well.
Bigger gains in value are not in the top 10 which are already big. Based on about 1k cryptos listed on coinmarketcap and growing. This is quite comprehensive. One question, what platform would you advise a newbie to use in space of EtherDelta?
But cryptopia and bittrex have many if not most of them too! Wow, thanks for putting in the time to compile this information martinreddot! The primary takeaway our younger readers should get is that diversification is great for returns and mitigating risk. I'd love to hear your thoughts on a smaller pool of holdings. Any coin worth owning for long term will eventually make it into the top 75 or 50 and you'd still be in early enough for big long term gains.
I'd love to see some back-testing data on the top 50 or Will break down the top in different slices for the next update. My assumption is that the top should have stronger increase than top What would be super interesting is to split data by the different category you mentioned yourself: How do their returns vary?
Which category is performing the best?