Crypto Trader is a TV show on CNBC South Africa with host Ran NeuNer. The show is a good way to stay up-to-date on everything crypto.
A section full of wallets, websites, and other products and resources that important to know about as a cryptocurrency user, trader, or investor.
Most cryptocurrencies use blockchains. Blockchains are public ledgers of transactions. You can use blockchain explorers (aka blockchain trackers) to see all public transaction data.
Trezor is a popular hardware cryptocurrency wallet. We explain the basics of why Trezor is a good choice for a crypto wallet for long term storage.
Deadcoins.com offers a list of every crypto that didn’t make it. Taking a look at the cryptocurrency graveyard can be a sobering reminder that not every crypto recovers.
Coinbase Wallet is a multi-coin wallet, Ethereum wallet, and Ethereum browser that lets you store coins, manage Ethereum-based tokens, and access DApps. Please note that “Coinbase Wallet” is not the same product as Coinbase’s main platform “Coinbase Consumer.”
If you use any cryptocurrency exchange, you’ll want to use some form of two-factor authentication to secure your account.
Many would suggest cryptocurrencies, especially altcoins, tend to bubble and bust. With this in mind, Macrotrends.net offers a way to see the entire price chart of most assets (which shows how bubbles and busts are hardly unique to cryptocurrency).
Cryptohopper is an easy-to-use and affordable web-based cryptocurrency trading bot. With Cryptohopper you create custom trading strategies and automatically trade cryptocurrencies on all the major exchanges.
TradingView.com is a website focused on Technical Analysis that lets users create, share, and view “trading ideas” (marked up charts that show price predictions along with explanations).