What are cryptocurrencies?
Cryptocurrency is a general term for types of digital or virtual money. It translates to other world currencies such as dollars, pounds, euros, yen, etc.
What does Coronavirus mean for cryptocurrencies?
With WHO labelling Covid-19 or Coronavirus as a Pandemic, markets across the world are fluctuating in ways that haven’t been seen in decades. With all types of investment there is risk, but there is also a lot to be gained from uncertain market changes. Earlier in March (12/03/2020), Bitcoin saw its value plummet to $3900 and then steadily rise to its current state (26/03/2020) $6600 – which is a 76% increase in under 2 weeks. Even if you had bought as little as $100 dollars, or any other currency, you would have seen your money grow to $176 without leaving your house.
What are “Maker and Taker” fees?
A fee system where the maker is given a rebate for purchase of stock, and the taker is charged a transaction fee. Follow our guidance through the links to cryptocurrency exchanges and get the best rates for buying and selling.
Is there a risk in investing in cryptos?
As with any type of investment your capital is at risk, you have a risk of your money increasing and decreasing – which is why its very important to choose an exchange you can trust to trade with.
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