When first getting into Bitcoin is seems counter-intuitive to most people that it is a "digital only" currency. Once you dive in to it, I think it starts to make sense, but some people just love to have something they can hold in their hands! The folks over at My First Bitcoin have created a physical coldstorage wallet (similar to a paper wallet) but almost indestructible to hold your BTC. I found this to be a unique way to 'stache your Bitcoin and would love to hear your feedback on it as well.
When these two masternode projects roll into town it's going to be a shootout to the death! Dash has been the law in these parts since as far back as I can reckon, but PIVX has a mighty fine posse of it's own. Who will win in this epic showdown??
Join me each week for a wild west style crypto showdown between two top 100 coins where we look at the merits of both projects in 7 different categories.
Once you move past the "beginners" phase of using crypto you start to realize how much upkeep it takes to really keep your cryptocurrency portfolio in tip-top shape. Any good portfolio of assets looks to maintain a well diversified spread across your investments, but doing this manually can really take some time. This gets even further complicated with how cryptocurrencies work currently because if you are holding a decent variety of coins they may be spread across different exchanges or wallets.
In this week's episode of the 'Stache My Crypto podcast I catch up with Michael Nye who many of you may know as "Crypto Shill Nye" from twitter about his evolution in the blockchain space, gaining perspective through traveling and the value of creating community within the cryptocurrency space.
Not only does he share some amazing crypto travel stories, but we finally figure out what Trolls are actually good for!
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Evolvement: The Financial Podcast
Hope you enjoyed another episode of the 'Stache My Crypto podcast, until next time...
Just about 8 months ago I started doing my very first video livestreams on my new Youtube channel. I did not have much of a direction except I wanted to interview my favorite crypto friends and interesting people in the space. While I love doing livestreams, it was hard to be consistently doing them the same day and time each week. I found myself having to skip some weeks as my schedule was just too busy to keep it consistent.
I have been thinking about doing a podcast for a while now (thanks for the push Pat Flynn!), but just didn't know how to incorporate it into what I was already doing. I was also worried no one would really WANT to listen to a podcast from me (silly reason to hold back right?). I hate being stuck in indecision like this so I just decided to pull the trigger! As many of you may know, I am revamping how I approach helping everyone in the crypto world.
I continue my hardware wallet review series with the highly requested-for-review Coolwallet S!
This super convenient hardware wallet is the size and shape of a standard credit card and it comes with some really great features including pairing to an app on your phone through AES encrypted bluetooth, easy setup, and support for Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bcash, ERC-20 tokens and more. I have tested some of the most hardware wallets out there and the Coolwallet S is easily one of my favorites.
As the entire cryptocurrency ecosystem evolves over time we are presented with a greater variety of services that better meet the needs of everyone. This is pretty typical in an emerging technology and we saw a very similar pattern as the Internet took hold. Before 2000 almost no one was buying online, now it has become one of the predominate ways most people shop. Today, there are a lot more ways to buy Bitcoin then there used to be!
I show you some sneak peak footage of the soon-to-be-launched in-wallet exchange feature of my favorite mobile wallet from Enjin. I go over the exchange features, which exchanges they connected with, and how incredibly easy it is to find a great trade with their interface. Of course it also integrates with their new EnjinX blockchain explorer for a seamless experience!
Here is my Enjin X review if you want to take a look at that as well!
If you are like me and don't come from a financial background then your first steps into cryptocurrency can be overwhelming! There are so many things to research & learn that really challenge your technical skills that it can seem like an impossible task. I am here to tell you that it's NOT impossible and anyone can learn given the right tools & instruction. I had no idea how to read a basic trading chart when I got started even though I managed to purchase Bitcoin without that knowledge.