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Documenting the History of Cryptocurrency Trading


Millennials and investing in crypto: the perfect match. Some are conservative and go for large cryptos, some are hungry and go for alts. Here is a list of reasons why millennials love crypto. 01/24/22

AML is now a requirement for most crypto businesses. But it can be such a bottleneck in user on-boarding that good AML software can provide a real competitive advantage. 12/30/21

Full explainer of crypto markets for the unintiated - From the first ever price quote for 1 BTC to the legacy platforms adopting derivatives (and why). 12/30/21

The state of cryptocurrency SEO reflects how few projects are doing marketing for the long run, but it's changing. 12/30/21

Most fail. Whether you are launching an oldschool ICO token, a DeFi product or an NFT, here are 7 tips on how to shift the odds. 01/16/22

All this development puts the pressure on individuals and businesses alike to learn the ins and outs of the management of storage of cryptocurrencies. However, it is a common knowledge that this does not always work out. People make mistakes - in private and on behalf of companies as well. 12/30/21

The success of cryptocurrency as a form of currency is gradually making its way into consumer society. 12/30/21

Not a bad way to build up fundamentals of a cryptocurrency that is profiling as the cheaper and faster vehicle for transactions. 12/30/21

Given the sharp decline in cryptocurrencies and the bans enforced by several nations on cryptocurrencies, how has crypto betting fared? 12/30/21

Or Perhaps You Don’t Need to Choose? 12/16/21

Crypto trading red flags listed and explained, the poster child for troubled crypto exchange being 2017 Bittrex. 05/22/21

Typically thought of as a male-dominated industry, the numbers of women on the crypto markets are reportedly increasing. Why is that and what does it mean? 07/22/21

The changes cannot be ignored any longer. 02/12/21

Hookers and blow? Possibly. It weren't bags of shitcoins though, that's for sure. -- Sharing some insight from tracked links on this blog, just like last year. 12/16/21

What kind of threats can we as crypto traders and hodlers expect in 2020 and what are the ways to protect our holdings? 12/26/21

Cryptojacking, ICO exits, scams, malware and thefts - outrageous amounts of cryptos have changed hands through illicit activity. 12/16/21

Look at one tiny piece of the economy of crypto for payments. Plus a look at search and traffic stats for hardware wallets and what it probably means. 12/16/21

Why is suddenly everyone in such a rush to create a regulated IOU stablecoin? 12/16/21

It seems all of the critics of Bakkt point to a single issue. 10/15/21

According to Andrew, the best path forward for blockchain advancements is through more open collaboration and less closed competition. 10/15/21

The variants of the particular malware will change but phishing and impostors are not going anywhere. 12/26/21

Clever business scheme emerged late in May 2018 that will make a good social engineer a lot of money. 12/26/21

Isn't it just NuBits all over again? The utility of stablecoins at the current stage of crypto might be misunderstood. 12/16/21

Chye Kit in an interview explains how blockchain KYC relates to credit risk and why regulatory compliance is one of the sectors that actually gets more efficient when decentralized. 10/15/21

As Telegram exploits from May 2018 are not really juicy enough for the netsec community, malicious campaigns are passing quietly under the radar. 12/26/21

And a bonus: If you're an app developer, best way to get paid in crypto. 12/26/21

Goodbye crypto bootstrappers, it's strictly big business only now. 12/16/21

An intro to the seemingly anti-crypto shitstorm that hit all social media at the start of April 2018. 12/16/21

Millennials are such a big segment that they should be able to move even the housing market up, not even to speak about cryptocurrencies. 10/15/21

While crypto circles are speculating about the fate of Tether, there are other stablecoin alternatives out there already. 12/16/21

Updated with some commentary on the whole event. 12/16/21

EOS claims to be the operating system for crypto, effectively a competitor to the Ethereum platform. 10/15/21 was a decentralized exchange built in 2017 on atomic swaps with Josh Olzsewicz and Andrew Gazdecki on board. The platform was acquired by BnkToTheFuture in 2019. 05/31/21

The list is very consistent with the fleeting mentality of the cryptocurrency markets. 10/15/21

The cryptocurrency exchange CEX.IO just sent out an email they are temporarily not accepting new users to the platform. 10/15/21

It is still happening soon™ guys! 10/15/21

A shortened transcript with the most important info from the session with timestamps to relevant parts of the footage 10/15/21

This is your captain speaking: There is absolutely no cause for alarm. 10/15/21

...even after any possible firmware update. 12/30/21

DASH wallet was released just yesterday to the Apple App Store. 10/15/21

Some ETH multisig wallets created with parity are being drained right now. 10/15/21

Byteball is a payment network that makes it easy to set conditional payments - finalize payment only if condition is met - similar to ethereum smart contracts but more user-friendly. 01/08/22

Video of gary Vee endorsing Ethereum when asked about it by a fan. 12/16/21

The very first ICO-ish thing was fined heavily. Will new regulations pop the ICO bubble?  10/15/21

It's always different until it isn't and it's never different until it is. 10/15/21


The surveillance section of EtherIndex's rule change (which after the Winklevoss' BTC ETF seems to be the key part) proposes a strategy which might be more plausible. 10/15/21


Bitfinex was hacked in August 2016. Read the basic info about the hack and the best of Reddit's response on the Bitfinex hack from back then. 10/25/21

A summary of what is going on with DAO's and ETH 10/15/21