- Apr 15,2022 | 2:50 Min Read
The past decade has seen significant innovation in the digital currency space. Bitcoin was an advancement in money related tech followed by Ethereum, a decentralized development platform that enables its users to build and deploy decentralized applications. These creations have dominated news headlines as people have piled onto the bandwagon and begun getting in on the action of blockchain technology and digital currencies. One such digital currency is Tether (USDT), an Ethereum based token pegged to the value of a U.S. dollar, also known as a stablecoin.
- Apr 15,2022 | 3:50 Min Read
So, you’ve adopted cryptocurrencies and want to enter the world of trading. But before you jump in, it’s important to learn about how things work. Limit orders are one of the most important concepts for traders and if you don’t know about them, you are going to be at a big disadvantage when trading. By reading this article, you should have a better picture of what they are and how they can help you get the best market prices when speculating on the price of digital assets.
- Apr 15,2022 | 3:20 Min Read
Digital assets, such as Bitcoin and Ethereum, have seen exponential growth in recent years. This has led to unprecedented financial returns for early adopters. Many members of the cryptocurrency community would like to benefit from these financial gains without having to purchase digital assets directly and those users want extra buying power without owning currency themselves.
- Apr 15,2022 | 3:40 Min Read
Most traders don't really have time to decide what price they want to buy or sell a crypto at. Every second matters when you are trading, so they don't want to spend time pondering which price they want to buy or sell, especially if it is a highly liquid market. So the use of Market Orders has become popular among traders and these orders get filled almost immediately at the latest posted price or better. Market Orders are the equivalent of an impulse purchase. You see some new game your friend can’t stop talking about, and you feel a strong desire to own it right now.
- Apr 15,2022 | 1:20 Min Read
A bull market is a market condition that is characterized by rising prices and increased optimism. This usually occurs in connection with an economic expansion. Investors will sense that there is a “rising tide,” which lifts all boats. Rising stock prices create consumer spending, which creates jobs and income, which creates more consumer spending.