Exodus is one of the most popular cryptocurrency wallets, and for good reason. It’s user-friendly, accessible, free, and supports a wide breadth of crypto assets. If you’re a beginner with cryptocurrency, it makes sense that it would be at the top of your list. With that in mind, here’s how to get started using the Exodus wallet if you need a little more help.
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.
Cash App posted a job listing on LinkedIn, first noticed by The Block, which implies that they need help adding limit orders, recurring purchases and gifting features to their Bitcoin platform. Listed in the job description, they are looking for a Product Manager for crypto investing.
Even if you’ve been investing/trading for 9 years, you haven’t experienced the markets reaction to a new decade yet and its effects might actually be a big deal. On this website, we focus on cryptocurrencies for the most part, but since Bitcoin doesn’t have a history of reacting to a new decade, we’ll look into its stock and gold counterparts to get a feel on whether it changes anything in the long run.
As the year is coming to a close, Bitcoin’s yearly candle will as well. Candlestick charts summarize how price moved during set increments of time and are used by traders to gauge sentiment, support, resistance and trends. This year, Bitcoin saw its largest rejection ever since 2011, according to BNC Bitcoin Liquid Index.