We explain how to trade cryptocurrency without paying fees (i.e., how to go from USD to cryptocurrency and back again without paying fees).
A section on cryptocurrency investing and trading tips and tricks designed for novices, but with insights anyone can enjoy.
For informational and educational purposes only.
Maker and taker fees are two different types of fees that you may be subject to on a cryptocurrency exchange. We explain maker fees vs. taker fees.
Margin trading with cryptocurrency allows users to borrow money against their current funds to trade cryptocurrency “on margin” on an exchange.
The three basic types of trades you’ll do with cryptocurrency are market, limit, and stop orders. We explain each using simple terms.
Cryptocurrency exchanges are online platforms where you can exchange one cryptocurrency for another cryptocurrency (or for fiat currency).
Investing in cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Ethereum is a risky investment. We cover the pros and cons of investing in cryptocurrrency.
In general, one might want to assume the rules of “like-kind property” or “like-kind 1031 exchange” do not apply to cryptocurrency.
To invest in Bitcoin, either 1. get a Bitcoin wallet, find a Bitcoin exchange or broker, and buy Bitcoin, or 2. buy a stock that holds Bitcoin (like GBTC).
We explain what an Initial Coin Offering (ICO) is and how to buy into an ICO. To get started you’ll need a cryptocurrency wallet and some cryptocurrency.
The Bitcoin Investment Trust (GBTC) is the only choice for investors to trade Bitcoin on the stock market, and for this investors pay a premium.