Robinhood has done a great job at helping a younger generation become inspired to invest in the stock market, but let’s review how it holds up in the crypto space.
There are lots of good reasons to buy a new car. Maybe your trusty truck’s transmission died after reliably serving you for over 15 years. Maybe your car got totaled in a flood. Maybe the cost of your laundry list of needed repairs are just more than the car’s worth. All of these are decent reasons to consider buying a new car. Below, though, you’ll find 3 bad — very bad — reasons to buy a new car.
As a two-manned blog, it’s difficult to cover everything, so I put together a list of news outlets that I’ve vetted during my time covering the space. Just like in any other industry, there’s high quality journalism, sites that have given into click baiting everything and boring sites that sometime have gold within them. Here, I’ll give you the best places to grab the latest crypto news and give a bit of context to each outlet.
Today, an old tweet appeared on my timeline from John McAfee, the founder of McAfee security software. Apparently, he had predicted that Bitcoin would be worth $500 thousand by the end of 2020, but recorrected his math due to the parabolic bull run of 2017 because it had outpaced his initial expectations. What he promised to do if price did not reach $1 million is up for you to read down below.
Whether you’re learning technical analysis to help invest in cryptocurrency or want to get more familiar with the technology, these crypto Discord groups have people familiar with the topics. Reddit is also a great place have your questions answered, but it’s harder to have a dialogue due to posting and commenting limits. You still should refrain from spamming in these Discords, and try to learn as much as you can without asking questions, but there are people willing to help in each.