Staying in the loop with all that is happening can be a bit rough on your own. This is why, like in any other field, crypto has a lot of communities. There are a lot of Telegram groups, Discord servers, and various crypto forums. Some are public, while others are private or paid groups. Even though Discord is primarily a platform for gamers, because of its multi practical design and efficient organization, it is great for crypto purposes. Most altcoins have communities led by developers and core teams, and it is a great place to ask any question and stay in the loop with your favorite currency. But crypto Discords go beyond that. There are a lot of communities that are managed by people passionate about crypto, altcoins, mining, and everything this vast space has to offer. In this post, we bring a list of our favorite crypto Discords that everyone can join.
Google Play Store is full of various Bitcoin wallets. It can be challenging to choose the right option, especially for new users. We will review three wallet apps that we believe are the best among the bunch. Criteria we used for selecting candidates was based on Play Store ratings (minimum of 4 stars), wallet features, user-friendliness, and security. Security is hard to gauge properly, but all of them should be roughly at the same level, with one exception that is leading the pack. Frequent updates also fall into this category and are a must.
Over the past two years you can say cryptocurrencies gained more followers and people aware of their existence, than over the past decade. Mainstream news publications really like to publish shocking news, clickbaits and anything scandalous. You know something is popular when various news portal that have nothing to do with finances proclaimed it dead over and over again. It also shows their lack of any basic knowledge about the market, blockchain itself, how are cryptocurrencies used and what do they even represent. So… Who does know? Who actually uses cryptocurrencies? There were various polls and surveys which tell us who actually uses and trades with cryptocurrencies. And we’ve checked out all of them to get a decent picture about it. So let’s dive in the demography of crypto population.
There are a lot of software wallets, and we do plan to go over the best ones in our upcoming articles. But what is the best way to protect your funds? Hardware wallets. For now, there is no safer way to protect your balances. And in this post, we will go over the best hardware wallets market offers at the moment. For now there are two competitive hardware wallets. Of course, there are a lot more hardware wallets, however, not all of them have so many features, storage options and support. If you are wondering what is the best hardware wallet for storing your Bitcoin, Ethereum and its ERC20 tokens as well as the rest of the cryptocurrencies continue reading.
Lets dive into the origins of MimbleWimble protocol and explore what MimbleWimble actually is. Harry Potter fans should recognize this tongue-tying spell called MimbleWimble. It was used to prevent Snape from revealing safe house location to Lord Voldemort in the seventh book called “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows”. You may be wondering why are we even mentioning this and how does Harry Potter have anything to do with crypto? Read the full article and find out.
During the last bull market exchange tokens like BNB from Binance and KCS from Kucoin experienced enormous growth in price. BNB did around 10x while KCS exploded by 40x. Binance became world’s largest exchange by cumulative daily volume and Kucoin became famous for their quick ICO token listings. Each of the two aforementioned exchanges had the right balance of key things which insured parabolic growth. In this article we will explore their competition and try to narrow down which ones could be their main contenders. BNB is the prime example so we will compare all others to their model and features.