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A Tutorial on Trading with Coinarch


         A Tutorial on Trading with Coinarch

One of the great things about Bitcoin is that is opens up a reason to learn about things I am not normally exposed to. I have never tried investing beyond buying bitcoin, but I have been hearing about trading for a while. When I got the chance to learn about it firsthand with Jeremy from Coinarch, I was pretty surprised at how easy it was. I definitely don’t trade much, just $20 or so every few days, but it has been an interesting exercise, and I now enjoy asking trader friends for tips. No one has really given me anything golden, and I am not leaving music to take up a career on Wall Street, but it’s fun nonetheless! Maybe one day I will learn what those candles mean, but this is good for now. Check it out in the video for a step-by-step of how to long, short, and hold bitcoin to make a profit (or a loss!) in this volatile market.


Ten Years Later, a Reflection on Bitcoin’s Genesis and Satoshi’s Timing

Rather than focusing simply on what the genesis block is, today is a day to reflect on what the genesis block represents.

Colin Harper

Op Ed: From Gray To Black and White: Traditional Regulations Come to Crypto

For the crypto industry, recent developments — at both the federal and international levels — signal that the time for plausible deniability or unregulated freedom is coming to an end and more traditional regulations are moving to the forefront.

Courtney Rogers Perrin and Joshua Lewis

Bitcoin Price Analysis: Blowing Through Support Levels on the Way to $3,000

Bitcoin continues to tumble lower and lower as it struggles to claim any footing in the market. It’s down almost 50% in three weeks and it’s showing very little sign of stopping. It’s currently clutching onto the $3,500 values but it doesn’t look like it can hold on much longer.

Bitcoin Schmitcoin

Op Ed: SEC’s Latest Declaration Creates Legal Minefield for Digital Assets

This broad, authoritative declaration is not unexpected, as, to date, the SEC has stated that all digital assets — regardless of whether they function as alt coins or utility tokens — are securities at least initially and, thus, subject to its jurisdiction.

Huhnsik Chung and Nicholas Secara