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Getting Into Bitcoin in 2018: Investing

If you thinking about investing money into bitcoin, we will guide you in what opportunities there is. What are the benefits and dangers when you invest in bitcoins? We will not tell you what to do, but we will help you to form your own opinion.

Before you start investing then make sure you know what bitcoin is that you can do by reading our article on “THE BASICS OF BITCOIN” besides a knowledge of how you keep a safe wallet is needed so you can read our guide for “SECURING YOU BITCOIN” and if you feel secure in those to things then lets get into investing with the possibility of earning.

Buying

The simple way to is through a known sales company or exchange, and you will find some reasonable prices out there so we will start with trading on a simple platform ending on some of the advanced professional platforms. So depending on your level of experience scroll down and once we are finished with the platforms, I will move on to the trading tactics I use to build a successful portfolio.

Coinbase

It is really the best price you get when using coinbase, but for a beginner learning how to conduct safe business in cryptocurrencies, it is an excellent place to start. And even me as an experienced cryptocurrency adopter sometimes uses coinbase because of the simplicity of the platform.

The good thing about coinbase is that you don’t have to wait until someone can fill your order. You are buying and selling directly to coinbase and can do so on the fly even from your smartphone. The downside is that they determine what price you can sell at which is not always the best on the market. So if you are a beginner, you can start by signing up to coinbase here.

Lokal Bitcoin

If you want to stay local and becoming global at the same time this platform might be what you want. It is a platform that facilitates transactions between two parties. Here you have the option of buying from someone in your local area. I have used this platform and can warmly recommend it as long as you use your head because as in all other market scammers are also here. But they can be avoided by using your head. So sign up today right here.

Bitfinex

This is a more professional platform requires that you trade in higher volumes, but in return, you mostly get better prices both on selling and buying.

You can find a list of exchanges by clicking here.

No Technical analysis

In short, I don’t use it that much but listen to others that do. What I do is follow the price index a couple of times daily. And then use social media to see what is moving. So that I can buy the rumour and sell the news. I use a couple of different YouTube channels to get my news normally I watch them at an average of 2 hours a day. This might sound like a lot, but if you integrate it into your daily routine, it is nothing most of the time I can watch more than half of the videos during my workout. You will find the list of you tubers I like to use at the end of the article. And feel free to share the ones you follow in the comment section.

Another way of gaining information is through media such as Facebook. Where I have chosen to be part of groups that accept my contribution and where I can see people engaging in meaningful debate about other issues than price. Because what you want to know as a trader is not what the price is doing now that you can see on the price chart. You want to know what rumours and news is out there so you can act on them. I usually buy the rumour long before it breaks on any of the big media outlets (and let’s be clear in cryptocurrencies “long before” is everything above 24 hours). Then I sell once the official announcement is made and the price goes up. I will down below link to a couple of good groups for beginners.

Then I have a dedicated Twitter only to follow up with people who are twitting about cryptocurrencies I don’t have many I follow, but the ones I do gives some great signals. I will link to them at the end of the article.

Finding a good price

To see a good price for buying and selling bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies I have made a video showing you my method of getting an overview of the prices.

Keeping track.

To keep track of your holdings, there have been made great apps, and one of them is blockfolio available on Android by clicking here. In this app, you can enter at what price you buy what coin and it will then keep track of you winning and losses. I warmly recommend it.

Links

This section is linked to useful infuencers I use to keep up to date.

YOUTUBE

BOXMINING

World Crypto Network

DataDash

Kubera

Facebook Groups

Bitcoin For Beginners and Alt Coin Trading

Crypto and Blockchain

New Union (Blockchain/Crypto)

Cryptocurrency Investing

Twitter

Tone Vays

Coin Wire

Crypto Yoda

The Golden boy
I have a long background in cryptocurrencies, I first heard of Bitcoin back in 2011, did take much notice of it back then, but as time went on, I have got more and more into the idea of a decentralised economy. And have slowly accumulated cryptocurrencies since around 2013, since I didn’t have a lot of money at the time I started slowly. I thought of it more as a statement than an investment. It is first in 2016 I began to see how significant a potential there were in bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.

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