I have been reading up on Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies for a while, so I can invest and make money. What are some tools, trackers, exchanges, wallets and analysis resources you'd suggest?
- Finally something that is actually intuitive, behaves like other apps and doesn't make you think, "Well, I guess my identity is getting stolen today." Happy to pay a fee on transactions for that peace of mind.Coinbase is without a doubt the easiest place for a beginner to buy bitcoin. It also serves as a safe place to store bitcoin, ether, and litecoin if you don't want to manage your private keys on your own.Coinbase is super easy for beginners, but be ready that you will encounter downtime as soon as markets start to move a bit more. - Temporary outages are standard for crypto exchanges, but coinbase seems to handle them a bit better than others (kraken for example). + 1 click buying with creditcard works great as well.
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- Hi @Kesav I would suggest bitstamp if you want to get the bitcoins for cheap as almost all exchanges in India are selling bitcoin for 15-25% premium over the international rates. I won't suggest coinbase unless you have a relative or friend (whom you can trust) in an european country or Australia, Singapore etc. as coinbase still doesn't support trading in India. Zebpay, Coinome and Coinsecure are my recommendations if you wish to trade in an Indian exchange. You can keep the bitcoins at the exchange wallet (which means they are controlling the private keys for you) but I'm damn sure that you got to know about the recent hack news. So I recommend you to buy a hardware wallet like Trezor (which I'm using) or Ledger Nano S and control the private key yourself. To track the price volatility (for bitcoin), I recommend you to visit https://www.bfxdata.com/orderboo... or tradingview. You can follow some great twitter handles for more insights. Like ... Max Keiser, Andreas, Lopp etc. Personal Recommendation: Don't buy BCH or BCC (aka Bitcoin cash, aka Bcash) thinking that is bitcoin because that campaign is there all over internet. Roger, Craig and Juhan is behind this and this spoils the idea of a decentralised financial system. There is only one bitcoin, which is BTC. Happy trading :) #BTCisBitcoin #BcashIsBcrash
- Lower fees than coinbase, but trading in multiple cryptocurrencies is possible. Only to withdraw in USD, you need to link a Coinbase account.