A Quick Word about Litebit.eu

By | September 25, 2017

And all who heard should see them there,  And all should cry, Beware! Beware! All right, I’m taking Coleridge’s quote out of context, but there is nothing wrong with pointing readers to a great poem, is there? Whilst at the same time incorporating a warning… Litebit.eu LOOKS great! I think you’ll agree from the screenshot of their site… Read More »

John Bremner

Should you Invest in Dash? It’s Looking Good!

By | September 24, 2017

I think Dash is a good investment for a number of reasons: First, there are a lot of plans going on with Dash (DSH), and the charts are looking good. Whilst the crypto-currency is not at an all-time high at the moment, you are of course better buying when a crypto is having a dip in value. DSH… Read More »

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How to Buy Bitcoin Without Getting Ripped Off

By | October 11, 2017

A Fast Strategy for Good Decisions in the Bitcoin Market Space When you are planning to buy Bitcoin, looking at Bitcoin prices on different exchanges you often see price differences as much as $200 per coin. And this only gets worse. A lot of the volatility is driven by false bad news, with the real good news often… Read More »

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Chinese Crypto Platforms Moving out of China

By | September 23, 2017

Crypto-Currency Exchanges Moving out of China I predicted in a number of posts that crypto-currency exchanges would simply move out of China to avoid the owners conflicting with the authorities, and I have been proved correct. You can’t tell someone, and expect them not to make other plans immediately, “Nee How! Ehm, sorry… That million US Dollars you are… Read More »

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Bitcoin Cash vs Bitcoin Long-term Profit

By | September 22, 2017

Projecting Ahead Bitcoin Cash will possibly make some headway over the next few years, because there are millions of new private users entering the marketplace, and some of them hope that BCC will go the way of BTC in the long term. Plus, people have a tendency to want to buy whole coins, and to do that with… Read More »

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Two Factor Authentication (2FA)

By | October 11, 2017

If you’ve not yet got your head around 2FA (Two Factor Authentication), then it’s time you did! Basically, it is a system whereby, after logging into a website, you have to enter a 2FA code. The best code generator available that I know of is Google Authenticator, and it works on smartphones and tablets. You can download it from… Read More »

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Authorship Token Update 21st Sep. 2017 – Warning!

By | September 22, 2017

  Authorship have issued the following warning after a lot of people got mixed up, so since, if you’ve bought ATS, you paid with Ether, go to your Ether Wallet (or wherever you sent the Ether from, to see your Authorship tokens/coins: QUOTE “What is the ATS tokens contract address? Please DO NOT sent ETH to the address… Read More »

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Fake News about Bitcoin on the Rise!

By | October 21, 2017

Fake News Rules Bitcoin Price Fluctuations… The traditional standard in reporting is to check three independent sources before printing a story. Unless, of course you are CNBC and are complying with government wishes to use fake news to drive down confidence in Bitcoin, or have otherwise been got at.

 I have to say that if Men in Black… Read More »

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Ethereum -What is Ether Cryprocurrency?

By | October 21, 2017

Ether is probably the most-used and currently the most useful crypto-currency next to Bitcoin. Plus, although some may disagree, the alternative coin investment with the greatest potential. It’s on its way to starting its own decent exponential growth curve. The token/coin of Ethereum is called Ether. (I may use the term token and coin interchangeably, for the good… Read More »

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Just what is the Fed up to with Cryptocurrency? Federal Reserve News.

By | September 18, 2017

The Federal Reserve is not happy about Bitcoin. Not happy at all. Rumours are that Bitcoin scares the shit out of them. And why shouldn’t it? Bitcoin is everything that the dollar is not. It is debt free. It is not owned and controlled by a central bank. It does not belong to the Rothschilds. It is not… Read More »

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