A Few Crypto Resources

in #dlive4 years ago (edited)

Access to buy and sell cryptocurrencies is not at the level of adoption we would all like to see, but it has certainly improved over the years.

I remember the first Gridseed Orb miner I set up at my office in Deep Ellum back in 2014 because that was the only way I could get my hands on Bitcoin without dealing with some pretty risky exchanges or dealing with seedy elements, etc...

My how things have changed since those days.

If you are new to crypto, here are some resources I thought you might find useful...

  1. Create a Coinbase account, download the app & get verified to buy your first Bitcoin, Ether or Litecoin easily - http://axz.mx/2jwcW4f

  2. Use Exodus, it's the easiest to get up and going (but be careful and set a strong password!) - http://axz.mx/2jtfpfz

  3. Changelly to get the best exchange rate for your coins (useful for converting from one alt coin to another) - http://axz.mx/2xXen1N

  4. Use Binance for Exchange - https://www.binance.com/?ref=15027237

  5. Use TradingView (for your technical analysis) - http://axz.mx/2zL9Y1X

  6. Coinigy (so you don't have to login to 5 exchanges) - http://axz.mx/2A1GPjT

  7. Use the Nano S Ledger - http://axz.mx/2zEIpYp or Trezor - http://axz.mx/2jt8DGF (for cold storage)

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