1. Create an account on Kraken
Kraken is a San Francisco-based exchange that has been around since 2011. The exchange has proven popular with traders thanks to a relatively large selection of listed crypto assets, fiat trading with multiple currencies, and a strong track record when it comes to security. Currently, it offers trading for more than 15 largest cryptocurrencies and accepts payments in 5 different national/fiat currencies – USD, EUR, JPY, GBP and CAD. Continue reading How to buy Dash (DASH) on Kraken?
As the hype around blockchain subsides and actual applications come to light, the technology is beginning to change the face of a huge industry: crude oil and gas trading. This could be just the start of a lot more wide-scale adoption in oil and gas. Continue reading How Blockchain Is Changing The Face Of Oil Trading
It had been reported that Ethereum has to make the transition to a proof-of-stake system and was to invest $15 million in the development of Verifiable Delay Functions (VDFs) which would aid this transition. However, Justin Drake, a member of the research team for Ethereum, has clarified that these rumors are false. While Ethereum will be switching to a PoS system, they have no intentions to spend $15 million. Continue reading Ethereum Refutes VDF Plans, Shares Intentions On How Funds Will Be Split Between Financial Partners
1. Sign Up on Bankera Exchange
Bankera Exchange offers a global and secure digital-asset trading platform featuring a comfortable interface for all-level traders. It is the second product by the team behind Bankera Exchange on a mission to build the financial infrastructure for the blockchain era. Continue reading How to buy Dash (DASH) on Bankera Exchange?
The bitcoin price on Tuesday continued to pursue its downward trajectory, albeit finding decent support at one of the downside targets. The climate is not favorable for establishing long-term positions, but a few well-timed day trades can help you make the most out of the market’s recent bearish turn. Continue reading How Traders Can Make the Most of the Bitcoin Price’s Bearish Turn